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DEPARTMENT   OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES BRANCH
0liitt of tfje Sngoector of Jfisifjertesi
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HANAIMO B.C., No?.1st, 1928
Dear Sirs-
I am directed to enclose herewith the
forms for General and Supplemental Statistical Schedules
for the calendar year 1928.
It will "be observed that the General
Schedule (white copy) should be forwarded on completion
to the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa., direct, the
yellow copy being retained for your office records.
Three copies of the supplemental schedule
are to be handed to the nearest Fishery Officer or forwarded to this office, the fourth copy should be retained
for reference purposes.
The above forms should be completed as
soon as possible after operations have ceased for the
season. Where operations are conducted throughout the year,
the schedules should be forwarded as soon as opportune after
December 31st 1928.
Your co-operation in rendering these
particulars when becoming due will be greatly appreciated,
as any unnecessary delays prevent the collocation of
statistics by this Department.
Yours faithfully.
Edward G.Taylor.
Inspector of Fisheries.
Messrs Yip Sang Co.,Ltd.
51 Pender Street,E.
Vancouver B. C.
I ALL. COMMUNICATIONS TO BE
ADDRESSED TO THE CHIEF INSPECTOR
IN YOUR REPLY PLEASE
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES  BRANCH
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR
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Messrs.   tfir>  Sang Co.Ltd.
51 PenderpSt.W.,
Vancouver,   B.C.
V Telephone Sey. 313 %MJ
Cable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
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WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    dJlEXPORTERS
P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C .^.?*_:.?**h.. 192...?
Victoria dumber & tffg Co»t Ltd.,
Chemainus, B*CU - ^ Jt:
Dear Sirs:- '
Pleas* give bearer, Mr M*0eno, our Herring camp foreman
at Horth Galiano Island such lumbers as required by him for
house construction work there, and charge same to our account*
Tour* truly,
Sang Co.,
per
nager   	 S D 218 5M 11-7-28. I.C.P.
CONFIDENTIAL
NTP
PON YUSEN KAIS
SEATTLE BRANCH
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENT
No....l?ii
Messrs. : WI-HG-SA$&-£0MPA3SY-
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J-aa* -~8 # i 192--9-
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
SHIPPERS WIf|a..SM0...Gt)Mm.^y.	
COMMODITY	
SA-Lr-FISH-
QUANTITY -~-.-i40^-B«-ES - \ Wei*th"-«0- T°nS °f -200©- Pounds
) Equivalent (Meas't.) Tons of cu. ft.
-Bv  G. VIA.
POINT OF ORIGIN OR
jl LOADING PORT
FOR SHIPMENT FROM -VAKG-GOTBR-     - TO -SHMGH-M-*Bd--HG-N0--KOH0-
INTHESS -*SHI-B2P£QEArn MARU or substitute -|i\
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT  -FEBRUARY-2    1 W2--9.
AT OCEAN RATE 0F...|3.#.5^..Be..h..40..43^j¥-||i^-   FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS:
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the Nippon Yusen
Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or curtailing its
service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened, make it unsafe or
imprudent for vessels owned,  chartered, or operated by it,  to sail on their intended voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers are
to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the vessel,
nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all
domestic carriers' charges and/or requirements.    Shippers to furnish al! necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in due time for loading.
7."Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks (i. e., other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her stay on
Puget Sound, and/or British Columbia ports.
8. Vessel  reserves the right to load day  and/or night including  Sundays  and Holidays.
9. As to Flour and Wheat: Bills of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If
Wheat is furnished in singlebags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents."    Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. Shipments of bulk wheat to be available and ready for loading to vessel at time and date required and at rate of not less than one thousand tons per regular working day of eight hours and to be delivered in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.    Any. lost time
stand-by time, overtime, resulting from failure to furnish bulk wheat at the above rate to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them.    In the
event of vessel being obliged to work overtime for convenience of shippers, suppliers, loaders, elevators, wharves and/or others interested in supplying bulk wheat cargo all overtime expenses thereby incurred to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them.
11. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information as to
marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commerces.
12. Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than- 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered at ship's
tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
13. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside ship will be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put out lines
for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
14. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be resold bv
shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
15. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled, except by mutual consent in writing.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED:    ,,
raCUHHBS	
**"• Shippers.
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwise carrier reserves right to cancel this reservation
without notice. ^y^^
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, SEATTLE BRANCH
B.  W.  GBBB^&^.jw£^TfiJzTED,
Agents.
 ^.Manager.
everally but not jointly* S D 218 5M 11-7-28. I.C.P.
CONFIDENTIAL
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PON YUSEN KAI
SEATTLE BRANCH
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENT
PLICA I
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No.....i?4.1.
Messrs.
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VMC0OTE1,  B.  C.
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
SHIPPERS	
COMMODITY  	
wim- am® oxmpAm:-
SAII£ WISE
QUANTITY .^^...^.^g.
POINT OF ORIGIN OR
LOADING PORT
I Weigth...«^0 Tons of..-«g0Q@__ Pounds
j Equivalent (Meas't.)... Tons of _cu. ft.
-B» ""■$-»"
VIA.
FOR SHIPMENT FROM "TM6-0WB1- jj - T0    SHA1.0HAI  and H0MG &m&
IN THE SS &SWLW&®$&n  - MARU or substitute
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT..... -   FBBR&A-K£ - £: ----> 192~9_g
AT OCEAN RATE OF. ,|&..§0..p..H...40.. -GTJ -   Ff*  	
REMARKS: IS
.FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the Nippon Yusen
Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or curtailing its
service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened, make it unsafe or
imprudent for vessels owned,  chartered, or operated by it,  to sail on their intendeg voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo_ herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers are
to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the vessel,
nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all
domestic carriers' charges and/or requirements.    Shippers to furnish al! necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in due time for loading.
7. Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks (i. e., other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her stay on
Puget Sound,  and/or British Columbia ports.
8. Vessel  reserves the right to load day and/or night including  Sundays  and Holidays.
9. As to Flour and Wheat: Bills of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If
Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents."    Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. Shipments of bulk wheat to be available and ready for loading to vessel at time and date required and at rate of not less than one thousand tons per regular working day of eight hours and to be delivered in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made. Any lost time,
stand-by time, overtime, resulting from failure to furnish bulk wheat at the above rate to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them. In the
event of vessel being obliged to work overtime for convenience of shippers, suppliers, loaders, elevators, wharves and/or others interested in supplying bulk wheat cargo all overtime expenses thereby incurred to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them.
11. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information as to
marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commerces.
12. Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered at ship's
tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
13. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside ship will be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put out lines
for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
14. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be resold by
shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
15. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled,  except by mutual consent in writing.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, SEATTLE BRANCH
•B.  W. GREEH/?& SMdiP^lB,
Shippers. l^&l^k*11!
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwise carrier reser^
without notice.
Ag&nts.
.....^Manager.
but not jointly.
to cancel this reservation 620 10M  1-19-28 FARWEST
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ALL  CORRESPONDENCE
TO BE ADDRESSED TO
THE  MANAGER
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
Seattle Branch
801 FIRST AVENUE
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, U.S.A.
CABLE  ADDRESS
"NIPPON"
SEATTLE
IN REPLY PLEASE REFER TO FILE  X-058,  2.
December 10, 1928.
Dear Sir(s):
We beg to advise that Mr. T. Akaeda has
been duly authorized to sign Bills of Lading on
behalf of this Branch, in addition to Mr. H. G.
Weir.
Mr. Akaeda will sign:
Inviting your kind attention to the above,
we beg to remain,
Yours faithfully,
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA, Seattle Branch
Manager
HGW:F CANADA  PACIFIC!R'Y&CVS TELEGRAPH
» ■ .-J| ^^ FORM T. D. *©
GHTILETTERGRAM?
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraph*, Montreal.
' Sent No.
Sent 8y
Rec'd By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Send the following nig^t lettergram, without repeating, subject to the terms and conditions printed en the back hereof /which arc hereby agreed to.
 IH  I fill jl;. 1 SI :.„.„..;s„ | l^Gfl^
--liiKiH^	 ALL NIGHT LETTER MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING
TERMS WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TO
The-Canadian Pacific Railway Co.'s Telegraph willreceivenot later than midnight NIGHT LETTERS, to be
transmitted for ^delivery on the morning ofthe next day after its date at places where this Company's office is open
on Sundays, and on the morning of the next ensuing business day at places where this Company's office is not open
on Sundays, at rates still lower than standard night message rates,' as follows : the standard day rate for ten words'
shall be charged for the transmission of fifty words or less, and one-fifth of such standard day rate for ten words shall
be charged for each additionnal ten words or less. The minimum charge for any NIGHT LETTER will be thirty
cents for fifty words or, less! ||p
NIGHT LETTERS may at the option of the Telegraph Company be mailed at destination to the addressee and
the Company shall be deemed to have discharged its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing such
NIGHT LETTERS at destination, postage, prepaid.
NIGHT LETTERS shall be written in plain English or French...Code language is not permitted.
APPROVED BY THE   BOARD OF   RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS  FOR. CANADA  UNDER   ORDERS
Q 162, DATED -MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the serfder of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company
shall not be liable for damages arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for; any error in the transmission or
delivery o'f an unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, pr for delays
from interruptions in the working of its lines * for errors.in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from illegible"
writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard agairisterrors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the
regular rate, and in that case the Company shall be liable for damages suffered by the sender to an extent not
exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram. ^g
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured, by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk,
k and payment of premium thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.:
one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward
the telegram by 5ny other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the
sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be'responsible for messages~~unt.il the same are
presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one ofthe Company's
messengers, he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone, the person receiving the message acts
therein as agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender....This Company -shall
not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the
telegram for transmission. ■ *3
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing. o
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Steveston Oct) 25.th.E7.
Britannnia Machine shop.
Sold to.
Messrs Wing bang Oo.Ltd.
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Haul out boat.
Babbitt stern bearing |jB
Pin sleeve on shaft
Turn shaft bearing
Kebush clutch complete
Keline brake bands
2  new piston pins
Fit pin bearings
Fit bot. end bearings
Face and grind valves
Hepair gefcereator
Hepair oiler
Charge battery
Fit timer and governor controls to engine
Repair exhaust pipe
Repair water pump
1 only It inch hor. check valve
1 only i^ inch angle check valve, e
1 only w&ter drip fitting
2 ignitor gaskets and posts,
weld judder and pintle pin etc
8 new piston rings
work on winch
Coupling bolts ecc
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Turning and fitting 2 bronze sleetfes
Cutting taper thread and keyways
Fitting pro#ellor and coupling.
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We have received claim presented by you (Form 6).    The same Das been
given  number. 278708 In  writing about  claim always  give
this number and  advise of any change of address.
When you are able to return to work, or if at the end of thirty days from
the date of the accident you are still disabled, you should at that time and
every thirty days hereafter have your Doctor send   in  Surgeon's Progress
Report (Form 11).    Compensation is payable only after claims are proved
within the scope of the Act.
Claims Dept.
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ADDRESS  ALL  COMMUNICATIONS TO THE  WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION  BOARD
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VANCOUVER B. C.
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HORTH GALIANO,■ B.   C.
Dear Sir*
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compensation in conneati-ofe^wi-th- ^^^^^l-^fl^i^^p^^pil^S
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indicates that you did not lose more than three working days
you are not entitled to compensation other than theflpayment
of any reasonable medical -expenses which will have the
consideration of the Board.
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OLIVER SALT CO.
Incorporated
1505 Alexander Building 155 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California
February 13, 1929.
Messrs. Wing Sang Co.,
51 Pender Street, East,
Vancouver, B# C.
Gentlemen: - 5^ri^S
We wish to acknowledge receipt of your
very courteous letter of the 8th inst. and we are sorry
that we sent you a statement of your account in error
when this had been taken care of through Balfour, Guthrie
& Co. We received this remittance from them on the 11th
inst.
Trusting that we have caused you no inconvenience and thanking you for past favors, we beg to
remain ,
Yours very truly,
SALT COMPANY, INC.
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Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG'
I
Vancouver.
codes
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P.O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's      liiii
WING SANG CO.
^siabli&keb    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
.-Mt.JU.tlL .-192*
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.,
$85 Seymour St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen:
We beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C.Feb I9th 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer
Mark
Ho pf Package
Description
Shippet
Consignee
Destination
Ik Lighter
Ho of copies
B/L required
8*$»*Protesil&us"
y*m.   '■■ m
2X7 boxes
Salted Birring
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Co., 21 Queen St.,
Hong Kong
S#S."Berlin*
10 copies.
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.L
pw
A^-^v^P
• #'* • . Telephone Seymour 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vai     aver.
P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS.   GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
5 1   PENDER STREET EAST £*£
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
1 92..4
k> cs   fjt
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ST.
MmS!* {TZsetd&yji Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address 'WINGSANG" Vancouvc?
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CODES'
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P.O. Box 15
B.C. 5th. Edition
, B. C 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
NG SANG CO.
Wholesale merchants, general agents,
importers & exporters
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C. JNteJflWy...l«lL
192$.
The Manager,
Industrial & Commercial lank, Ltd.,
164 Szechuen Road,
Shanghai, China•
Dear Sir:*
In reply to your telegram of the 1st instant
cabled
jlfeou to-day advising you to allow the drawee, Tong Tak Tai,20 days*
extension to pay the balance 50% of the collection for Forty Bight
Hundred Dollars (G.$4800.00) •
On receipt of this letter, please see Messrs. Tong
Tak Tai and ask them to make prompt settlement of the accounts
re-lsteshipment 506 Boxes of Salt Herring by "Xyo Ham* which
arrived Shanghai on Hovember i&th 1928*
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fit enclose you herewith also copies of telegrams*
Yours very truly,
Wing bai
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51 Pender Street last,
Vancouver, B. C. ..; ;W;
We beg to advise that the below mentioned collection has been paid and in settlement
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Yours very truly,
The Industrial &^G5mmerciaj^Bank, Ltd.
nager.
Your
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Tong  Tak Tai
U.   S. Dollars Forty Hine Hundred
Amount
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Notation
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Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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The Manager, te
$&* Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 Saseehuen Road,
Shanghai, China.
Dear Sir :-
■ft  Be beg to acknowledge receipt of your draft Mo nox
for forty Mm Hundred Dollars Gold (G|4,900.00) for account of
long Tak Tai, Shanghai, China.
Thanking yo** for your prompt attention*
Yours very truly,
Wing Sang Co
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
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The Industrial and Commercial Bank limited,
164 Saeehuen Road, §H
Shanghai, China.
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We enclose you herewith duplicate Bill of Lading, and
Draft for th* am of Forty five Hundred Dollars Gold (G#4,500.00)
against Tong Tak Tai, 119 Kiangse &#&&}  Shanghai, China for 8O0fj|
boxes of Salt Barring shipped par S.S."Melville", sailing from
Vancouver on January 21st 1920? The original documents are sent
to you by register mail.
Please notify Messrs Tang Tak Tai to honor our Draft,
and when you collect the above amount, kindly remit us the same
by mall at your earliest convenience.
Toura very truly.
Wing Sang 00*
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Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address 'WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS A.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST 11
Vancouver, b. c    imvMg.$l&%. 192f
The Manager,
The Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 Saechuen Boad, |i
Shanghai, China.
Dear Slr:~       -If %
We enclose you herewith Bill of Lading and Draft for the
sum af forty five Hundred Dollars Gold (G$4,500.0G) against Tong
Tak Tai XX9 Kiangse Road, Shanghai, China far 600 boxes of Salt
Barring to  S.S."Melville13 which sailed from Vancouver on Jan 2lst
1929.
Please notify Messrs Tang Tak Tai to honor this Draft
and when you collect the above amount, kindly remit ma the same by
mail at your earliest convenience.
Yours rmey truly,
Wing Sang Co., w~*^^^
F0RM.NS49.
(Ifcctrta^ far g#4,500.00
Duplicate
Vaneouver,  B.C.  January 31 st       /.9J? 9
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The Industrial And Commercial B
Limited, Shanghai, China.
The Sum of Forty five Hundred BojJLars (Gold)
TTOyU/y
_lrf Tong Tak Tai
119 Kiangsi Road,
Wing: Sang Oo.
Shanghai.,  China.
0P TELEPHONE SEY. 313
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RATES, WEIGHT AND/OR MEASUREMENT  SUBJECT  TO  CORRECTION.
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The vessel shall have liberty to go on dry dock w;th or without
cargo on board, to carry any cargo on or under deck at carrier's
option, to call at any port or ports in or out of or beyond the customary or advertised route for the purpose of bunkering, loading
or discharging cargo, for this, a prior or subsequent voyage, to
sail with or without pilots, to tow and to be towed, and to assist
vessels in all places and in all situations and to take any measure
deemed advisable by the master for the purpose of saving life and/or
property; to convey goods in craft and/or lighters to and from the
vessel at the risk of the owner of the goods; and to tranship the
goods by any other carrier or carriers. Neither the vessel, her owner,
nor agent shall be liable for loss or damage resulting from: Act of
God, perils, dangers, and accidents of the sea or other navigable
waters; fire, from any cause or wheresoever occurring; barratry of
master or crew; enemies, pirates or robbers; arrest or restraint of
princes, rulers, or people, or seizure under legal process; fumigation
under governmental orders; riots, strikes, lockouts, or stoppage of
labor; saving or attempting to save life or property at sea; inherent
vice, nature, defect or change of character of the goods; insufficiency
or absence of marks, numbers, address or description; explosion,
bursting of boilers, breakage of shafts, or any latent defects in hull,
machinery, or appurtenances, or unseaworthiness ofpthe vessel,
whether- existing at time of shipment or at the beginning of the
voyage, provided the owners shall have exercised due diligence to.
make the vessel seaworthy, properly manned, equipped and supplied.
Except when caused by negligence on the part of the vessel, neither
the vessel, her owner, nor agent, shall be liable for loss or damage
resulting from: Heat, frost, decay, putrefaction, rust, sweat, breakage, leakage, smell, taint or evaporation from any other goods,
drainage, ullage, vermin or by explosion of any of the goods, whether
shipped with or without disclosure of their nature; and such goods
may be thrown overboard or destroyed at any time without compensation; nor for risk of craft, hulk or transshipment; nor for any loss
or damage caused by the prolongation of the voyage.
General average shall be adjusted and settled at Seattle, and
shall be payable according to York-Antwerp Rules, 1890, and as to
matters not therein provided, according to the laws and customs of
the Port of Seattle. Average bond must be furnished, with such
security as may be required by the Master or vessel's agents, before
delivery of the goods. If the owners shall have exercised due diligence to make the vessel in all respects seaworthy, and to have her
properly manned, equipped, and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in
case of danger, damage or disaster, resulting from accident, or faults
or errors in navigation, or in the management of the vessel, or
from any latent defect in the vessel, her machinery or appurtenances, or from unseaworthiness, whether existing at the time of
shipment or at the beginning of the voyage (provided the latent
defect or the unseaworthiness was not discoverable by the exercise of due diligence), the shippers, consignees or' owners of the
cargo shall, nevertheless, pay salvage, and any special charges incurred in respect of the cargo, and shall contribute with the shipowner in General Average to the payment of any sacrifices, losses
or expenses of a General Average nature that may be made or
incurred for the common benefit or to relieve the adventure from
any common peril, all with the same force and effect, and to the
same extent, as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from, or been occasioned by, faults or errors in navigation,
or in the management of the vessel, or any latent defect or unseaworthiness.
IN ACCEPTING THIS BILL OP LADING the shipper, owner, and consignee of the goods and the holder of the bill of lading agree to
be bound by all its stipulations, exceptions, and conditions, whether written, printed, or stamped, on the front or the back hereof, as fully
as if they were all signed by said shipper, owner, consignee, or holder, any local custonipr privileges to the contrary notwithstanding.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Master or Agent of said vessel has affirmed to~4 WXr bills of lading, all this tenor and date, one
of which being accomplished, the others to stand void.
Dated at .y.^Mg-QiXyi^
Accepted as to all terms and co^monsTliereof.
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ADDITIONAL STIPULATIONS AND AGREEMENTS OF THIS BILL OF LADING
1. This shipment is subject to all the terms and provisions of, and
all the exemptions from liability contained in, the act of Congress of the
United States, appro^d^bn the 13th day of February, 1893, and entitled
"An Act relating to the Navigation of Vessels, etc." This shipment is
subject to the provisions of sections 4281-4286; inclusive, of the Revised
Statutes of the United States.
2. The value of each package, shipped hereunder does not exceed
two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00), unless otherwise stated herein,
on which basis the freight is adjusted, and the vessel's liability shall
in no case exceed that sum or the invoice value (including freight
charges, if paid, andincluding duty, if paid, and not returnable), whichever shall be the least, unless a value in excess thereof be specially
declared, and stat<^ herein, and extra freight paid at the rate provided
in tariffi^jBt^SKr.'.with-United States Shipping Board and on file at the
wat'eW68r*I§r's offices. Any partial loss or damage for which the carrier
may be liable shall be adjusted pro rata on the above basis.
3. The vessel shall have a lien on the goods for all freight and
charges of whatsoever nature, and also for all fines and damages,which
the vessel or cargo may incur or suffer by reason of the illegal, incorrect or insufficient marking,- numbering or addressing of packages or
descriptions of their contents, or failure of shipper to prepare bills of
lading in accordance with the regulations of the port, customs or consular authorities, or failure to provide manifests, consular, Board of
Health, or other certificates required to accompany the goods. If on a
sale of the goods, the proceeds fail to cover all sums due the carrier in
respect of said goods, the carrier shall be entitled to recover the difference from the shipper and/or consignee.
4. If vessel! be prevented' from reaching her destination by quarantine, shallow water,, blockade, conditions of weather, surf, ice, war or
civil disturbances; or if it becomes impracticable to discharge the goods
at destination on account of congestion, strikes, labor difficulties or
otherwise, occurring before or| after receipt of goods by the carrier,
vessel shall have'liberty without ''proceeding to:'or near port of destination to proceed to, and discharge the goods at, a nearby available, strike
free, uncongested, port. Notice of discharge of goods shall be dispatched to consignee as named herein, otherwise to shipper, and such
discharges shall be admitted as complete delivery under this contract
and full freight shair.be deemed ..earned.^^^^^^:.   ....   '^^^^^^^^33..-
5. The vessel may commence discharging immediately on arrival
and discharge continuously, any custom of the port to the contrary notwithstanding;, the collector of the port being authorized to grant a
general order for discharge immediately on arrival, and if the goods
be not taken from alongside by the consignees directly they come to
hand in discharging the vessel, the master or vessel's agent to be at
liberty to enter and land the goods, or put them into craft, or store at
the risk and expense of the owner of the goods, dispatching notice
thereof to the consignee, if named herein (at destination named), and
otherwise to the shipper, when the gpods shall be deemed delivered, and
vessel's responsibility ended.
6. Full freight is payable on damaged or unsound goods, but no
freight is due on any increase in bulk or weight caused by the absorption of water during the voyage. Freight is payable on the weight
Or measurement stated herein, or at carrier's option on the landed
weight or measurement. If the weight or measurement has been
understated' herein the cost of reweighing or remeasuring shall be paid
by the shipper and/or consignee, and shall be a charge on the goods.
Freight prepaid Will not be returned, goods and/or vessel lost or not
lost. I gkj
7. Goods awaiting shipment or delivery are at shipper's risk of
loss or damage not happening through the fault or negligence *of the
owner, master, agent, or. manager of the vessel, any custom of the port
to the contrary notwithstanding.
8. *-ThiS bill- of lading, duly indorsed, shall be surrendered to the
vessel's, agentiirij|_xchange for delivery order of the gdo'ds.
9. Master porterage of the delivery ofS-the cargo is to be done by
the agents of the vessel; the expenses thereof together with tonnage
and shed dues, canal tolls, and charges are to be paid by the receivers
of the cargo.
10. Unless caused by vessel's negligence in handling, loading, stowing and/or discharging goods, vessel shall not be liable for:
(a) Damage to metal slabs, bars, ingots, rods, hoops, plates, etc.,
nor for loss of broken pieces of same;
(b) Damage to fragile goods or goods not properly packed;
(c) Discoloration splits, shakes or breakage of woodenware,
staves, lumber orlpgs;
(d) Broken bundles  or number of pieces  in bundles.
Unless required as a result of vessel's negligence, repacking, recoop-
ering and reconditioning shall be done at the expense of the goods.
11. Nqtice of loss, damage or delay must be given in writing to
the carrier within thirty days from the time the goods were ready for
delivery, or, in case of failure to make delivery to the holder of the
bill of lading, or in-case-of misdelivery, within thirty days after the
arrival atHhe port of discharge of the vessel on! which the goods were
received; or, in case of the failure of the vessel on which the goods
were shipped to jarrive at the port'of discharge, the notice must be
given - within thirty -daysi—of the-time—when she should have arrived;
provided that notice of apparent loss or damage must be given before
the goods are removed from the custody of the carrier, and proper notation made on the receipt given to the carrier for the goods shall constitute the notice herein-required. Written claim for loss, damage, delay,
Soj^g^liaa,e^0s*rna^ de#i^Bi;y *oS$Iie holder oiF-the bill of lading, or fffils.de-
liveiiy, mustjbe filed vi^ik^thT0^tTier within six months after the arrival
of the vessel at the port of discharge, or in case of failure of the vessel
on which the goods were shipped to arrive at the port of discharge,
written claim shall be made within six months of the time the vessel
should have arrived. Unless notice is given, and claim filed, as above
provided, neither the vessel, her owner, nor agent shall be liable. No
suit to recover for loss, damage, delay, or failure to make delivery to
the holder of the bill of lading, or for misdelivery, shall be maintained
u'nleKJjT instituted within one year after the arrival of the vessel at the
port of'^discharge or the time when she should have arrived, in case of
her faihire to arrive.
12. If within goods do not satisfy all requirements of any authorities for importation into the country of destination, shipper and/or
consignee will indemnify the vessel, her owner, and/or agent, for any
expense for detention of the* vessel arising in consequence thereof. If
goods are not permitted to be landed at destination, they may be carried
to any other port or returned to the port of loading and there discharged at the risk and expense of the goods." a|§§|
13. Barging Clause—It is expressly agreed between the parties
hereto that irrespective of the vessel or vessels herein mentioned, carrier
ma#^ftt' its option barge or lighter the goods shipped hereunder within
and/or between the harbors of Puget Sound, including Victoria, B. C,
and Vancouver, B. C, and/or adjacent waters.
14. Trans-shipment Clause—Transshipment of cargo for ports or
inland points not included within the vessel's itinerary is to be at the
expense of the- cargo and is subject to all conditions, stipulations,
ana exceptions in bill of lading or freight note in use by the carrier or
carriers completing the transit. .Neither the vessel, her owner, nor
agent shall be deemed to be the agent of such carrier or carriers. If,
upon the arrival at port of transshipment, there shall be no carrier
ready to receive the goods, said goods may be discharged into lighters
or stored under suitable, available protection, at the risk and expense
of the goods. Neither the vessel, her owner, nor agent shall be liable
for loss, damage, or delay occurring after the discharge of said goods.
15. Tientsin and Shanghai cargo may be lightered from and/or to
the vessel below the bar and HONGKONG cargo from and/or to the
vessel at the vessel's option and expense but at the cargo's risk. In the
Cvent   Taku  Bar  delivery   is  impossible   on  account  of   ice   conditions,
steamer has option to deliver freight at the nearest convenient open
port as if such port were named as port of discharge and all charges
beyond such port for the account of and collectable from consignee.
16. Philippine Cargo—In accordance with regulations of Philippine
Customs Service, cargo is to be conveyed by- the vessel's agent at the
risk and expense of the goods from vessel to the custom house wharf
and there delivered into the custody of the United States Custom" house
or other proper authority for account of the consignee; and such
delivery shall constitute full discharge of the carrier's obligation under
this bill of lading.
17. Contraband—Authorities' permit to land shipment at Shanghai
and/or other ports for transshipment or discharge, of spelter, salt, saltpeter, chlorate of potash, gunpowder, cartridges, ammunition, guns,
cannon, or other firearms, or any other goods designated as contraband,
must be delivered to vessel's agent at port of loading at least five (5)
days before vessel sails.
18. Sweepings—If any bagged or baled goods are landed slack or
torn, the receiver and/or consignee shall accept such proportion of the
sweepings as may be allotted by the vessel's agent, and the;same shall
be deemed full settlement of any claim for loss in weight. Vessel not
responsible for loss of weight in bags or bales torn,, mended, or with
sample holes.
19. Typhoons—In case of stress of weather at Manila during the
typhoon season, Vessel may discharge at Cavite cargo consigned to
Manila, giving notice thereof to the consignee, if named herein (at
destination named), and such discharge shall be regarded as a complete
delivery under this bill of lading.
20. Dangerous Goods—The shippers shall be liable for any loss or
damage to steamer, goods, lighter or wharf caused by inflammable, explosive or dangerous goods, shipped without full disclosure of their
nature, whether such shipper be Principal or Agent; and such, goods
may be thrown overboard or: destroyed at any time, without compensation. Extra charges, if any, for discharging, lighterage or other expense
on hazardous goods declared or considered as such by civil or military
authorities, must be borne by shippers, and/or consignees.
21. Live Stock Clause—Live stock shall include all animals, fish
or fowls, j In addition- to the foregoing "clauses,. theT carrier shall have
the benefit of the following additional: clauses as to any live stock
received by it for carriage. f_Sf|
That freight is payable as above on the number of animals embarked, vessel lost or not lost, without regard to and irrespective of the
number landed, and vessel or her cargo or freight are not to be responsible for any general or other average contribution based on the destruction of such live stock, by jettison or by any cause ordinarily giving
rise to claim for average contribution, or for accident, injury or death
arising from any cause whatsoever.
That the animals are to be received and taken delivery of immediately on the vessel being ready to discharge them; failing this the
agents of the vessel are hereby authorized to land the animals and yard
them at the expense and risk of the agents, owners or consignees of the
animals, or of the holders of the bill of lading in the place provided for
that purpose, or elsewhere, as the Collector of the Port shall direct, and
when so placed to be subject to rent and charges. The Collector of the
Port being hereby authorized to grant a general order for discharging
immediately the vessel arrives.
That the shipper provides compressed fodder and attendants for the
live stock, and takes all responsibility in their shipping, carriage and
discharge and for | the accidents, damage, and mortality that may
happen to them from whatever cause arising in loading, discharging
and during the voyage. Vessel not accountable for any action which the
Government may take in regard to these animals, no matter what the
reason fonx^ar result of such action may be.
That the vessel provides fittings as customary; and also a supply
of "fresh water, but the vessel is not to be held responsible for any
defect or insufficiency in said fittings, or in the tanks, condenser or any
of its appiirtenances, or in the ventilation of the vessel, all the same
being hereby approved of and accepted by the shipper.
Vessel not accountable for number of animals. All animals are"
entirely at the shipper's risk.
Vessel has the liberty to transship the live stock into lighter or
vessel for conveyance to port of discharge, so doing at vessel's expense
and shipper's risk.     g|||
Unless a higher value be stated herein, the value of any animal
received for transportation does not exceed the base valuation contained in carrier's special Live Stock Circular!" and the freight thereon
has been adjusted on such valuation, and no oral declaration or agreement shall be evidence of a different valuation. In computing any
liability of the carrier no value should be placed thereon higher than
invoice cost not exceeding the aforesaid agreed value (or such other-
value as may be stated herein and extra freight paid upon).
22. Refrigerator Clause—It is expressly agreed that the carrier
does not undertake to carry any goods or articles in refrigerated or
especially cooled or ventilated compartments and shall not be liable for
any loss or damage from failure so to do unless such carriage is expressly stipulated for herein. As regards refrigerated cargo the Carrier
undertakes that the vessel shall be classed in the American Bureau of
Shipping with Refrigerating Machinery certificate, and that in the.
Trans-Pacific service before loading refrigerated produce in any insulated space or spaces in any port or ports of the United States for the .
voyage to the Orient and/or at the first port in the Orient where refrigerated produce i^rLoade/d- in ^^iijhS space or spaces for the return
VoyageMSb United States ports, saft Gainer will obtain from the Surveyor for the American Bureau of Shipping or other Surveyor nominated'
by that Bureau, or if there be no representative of said Bureau available, then from some other competent surveyor,. a certificate stating'
that the refrigerating machinery or space or spaces have been surveyed
under working conditions and have been found to be in good condition
and satisfactory for the carriage of refrigerated produce. The existence
and production of the appropriate loading certificate shall be deemed
to be conclusive evidence against the Charterers, Shippers, and Consignees or Indorsees of Bill of Lading, that the vessel, her engines,
machinery, refrigerating machinery, spare gear, coals, and equipment
and insulation, were at the loading, and at the commencement and
during every stage of the voyage, in every respect sufficient and in a
seaworthy and satisfactory condition; and the existence of such certificate shall be deemed to satisfy and discharge every obligation or war- -
ranty, express or implied, under Charter Party or Bill of Lading, to
provide a seaworthy and satisfactory vessel for the voyage or any stage
thereof; and, further, it is mutually agreed that the carrier shall not be
liable for loss or damage occasioned by any latent defects in the vessel,
her engines, machinery, refrigerating machinery, spare gear, coals, and
equipment, and insulation or appurtenances, misfeasance, or nonfeas- j
ance, error in judgment, any act, neglect, or default whatsoever of
pilots, master or crew in the management or navigation of the ship,
collision, stranding, and all and every other dangers and accidents of
the seas, rivers, and canals, and of navigation of whatever kind, or
unseaworthiness of the ship, even existing at the time of shipment or
sailing on the voyage, provided that the carriers or the owners have exercised due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy.
The above exceptions are to be read in addition to, but absolutely
unqualified by, any other words, whether written or printed, appearing
in this contract, or implied therefrom, and full and complete effect shall
be given to the aforesaid exceptions, anything to the contrary appearing
herein notwithstanding.
23. Except where in conflict with the law of the place of issue,
this bill of lading shall be construed and the liability of the carrier
thereunder determined according to the rules of law as interpreted by
' the courts of the United States. The holder of this bill of lading expressly waives the benefit of the provisions of any foreign law in conflict with the provisions of this bill of lading. Carrier as used in this
bill of lading shall mean the carrying vessel and her owners.
24. All goods shipped from Canada shall be subject to all the terms and provisions of and all the exemptions from liability contained in
the Water Carriage of Goods Act, enacted by the Dominion Parliament of Canada, Chapter 61, of the Statutes of Canada, 9-10 Edw. VII, Section
4 of which is as follows: &H3 3S!IraSieg__t
£%£((4)    Where any bill of lading or similar document of title to goods contain any clause, covenant?or-agreement whereby:
(a) the owner, charterer, master or stgent of any ship, or the ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising
from negligence, fault or failure in the proper loading, stowage; custody, care or delivery of goodS^received by them or any of them to bs
carried in or by the ship; or -   **
(b) any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly* man, equip, and supply the ship, and make
and keep the ship seaworthy and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all Other parts of the ship in which goods
are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; or
(c) the obligation of the Master, officers, agents or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow goods and to care for, preserve and
properly deliver them, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; such clause, covenant or agreement shall be illegal, null and void and \>f no
affect unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with tho other provisions of this Act. All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the Unitj
Kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stsjxv
affixed witbin ten days after date of receipt in the United
Kingdom.
CARGO POLICY
O
NEGOTIABLE
Sty* Hatt( jm 3tbJkntt unb "BtsBtl Agntrg. faimitsb, Agrofa
Cjtamt Inmxmit (Eo mjrang rxf Ammra
No. .liii^^..
Muttym* $c KiirtttgBtatt
3411 (Salifimua 0tr**t &att $mnti8ta, datttettfa
iUattagmi partfur (Errant Harm* ifeparmttttt
Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. I be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as part of this Policy.
Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests,  restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
Peoples.
General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or pet York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
Warranted that should the vessel andlor craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia andlor Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal andlor Panama Canal andlor Manchester.
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry Slip andlor in any other canals, harbors, or tidal rivers, such-grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
WfyVVVUB. it hath been proposed to the QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,
BY
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now THIS Policy WITNESSETH that in consideratjpn^of7t$£_«»sfM person or persons effecting this Policy promising to pay to the said Company the sum or
as a premium at and after the rate of
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
o>:    ttftht Sto^aaA Maiaaw . {S80Q#*00)
n>*
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12
1.
3.
4.
5.
8.
9.
INSTITUTE  CARGO  CLAUSES  F. P. A.
(WITH   ENGLISH  LAW AND  USAGE CLAUSE)
Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint or detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all
consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers, locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances, or riots or civil commotions.
Should Clause No. 1 be deleted, Clause No. 3 is to operate as part of this Policy.
Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured
voyage, or adventure, caused by arrests, restraints or detainments of kings, princes,
or peoples.
General average and salvage charges payable according to foreign statement or per
York-Antwerp Rules if in accordance with the contract of affreightment.
Held covered at a premium to be arranged in case of deviation or change of voyage
or other variation of the risk by reason of the exercise of any liberty granted to
the shipowner or charterer under the contract of affreightment, or of any omission
or error in the description of the interest, vessel, or voyage.
The risks covered by this policy attach from the time the goods leave the shipper's
or manufacturer's warehouse at the port of shipment, unless otherwise stated, and
continue during the ordinary course of transit, including customary transhipment if
any, until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee's or other warehouse at the
destination named in the policy or until the expiry of fifteen days from .midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur. When the destination to which the goods are
insured is without the limits of the port of discharge the risks covered by this policy
continue until the goods are safely deposited in the consignee or other warehouse at
the destination named in the policy or until the expiry of 30 days from midnight of
the day on which the discharge of the goods hereby insured from the vessel is completed, whichever may first occur. Transhipment, if any, otherwise than as above,
and/or delay arising from circumstances beyond the control of the assured, held
covered at a premium to be arranged.
Including transit by craft, raft, and/or lighter to and from the vessel. Each craft,
raft, and/or lighter to be deemed a separate insurance. The assured are not to be
prejudiced by any agreement exempting lightermen from liability.
The Assured are not to be prejudiced by the presence of the negligence clause and/or
latent defect clause in the Bills of Lading and/or Charter Party. The seaworthiness of
the vessel as between the Assured and the Assurer is hereby admitted and the wrongful act or misconduct of the shipowner or his servants causing a loss is not to defeat
the recovery by an innocent Assured if the loss in the absence of such wrongful act
or misconduct would have been a loss recoverable on the policy. With leave to sail
with or without pilots, and to tow and assist vessels or craft in all situations, and to
be towed.
Warranted free from Particular Average unless the vessel or craft be stranded, sunk,
or burnt, but notwithstanding this warranty the Assurers are to pay the insured
value of any package or packages which may be totally lost in loading, transhipment or discharge, also for any loss of or damage to the interests insured which
may reasonably be attributed to fire, collision or contact of the vessel and/or craft
and/or conveyance with any external substance (ice included) other than water,
or to discharge of cargo at port of distress, also to pay landing, warehousing, forwarding and special charges if incurred for which Underwriters would be liable
under a policy covering Particular Average.
F. C. & S.
clause.
Strikes, riots
and civil
commotions
clause.
Frustration
clause.
G/A clause.
Deviation
clause.
Warehouse to
warehouse
clause.
:ir Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
1 this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
t or not lost) at and from
■■
■«J
ibject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the sai<
_nd is asf cdlows upon ^    .*
Mueu*
'*&!
ta
¥# If*
•TBttTXUar.-
Craft, &c,
clause.
Bill of Lading,
&c, clause.
fit ®sy inf&itNi §i
t«   Ag#HtS  Of
F. P. A. clause.
10.
English Law and Usage.   This insurance is understood and agreed to be subject to
English Law and Usage as to liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
Q. 3-28-5000
c-yt.
*c»c*
English
Law and
Usage clause.
that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
nder deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
landed at as above
the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
d of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
1 be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
any  part   thereof   without   prejudice   to   this   Insurance   the
ints company, uui W luj« of final failure to collect from
the carrier and or bailees andlor insurers, a portion of
the sums advanced by this Company equal to the sum
short collected from the carrier and/or bailees andlor insurers, may be retained and applied in settlement of the
actual liability of this insurance thereby established (Provided always the loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim under this insurance). In the event of loss or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
English Law and Usage. This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
gEipPfr      ||1|   in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
TIRlare-^nd agreed that ifHTActs of-Insurer or Insured  in  Recovering  Saving  or  Preserving  the   Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned on behalf of the said Company have hereunto set ±h
,7 n       n H   seventoontA    .    1   January* xO;
Vancouver, British Columbia, this    |§§ day of w *
hands
_
m
Examined.
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AGENCY, LIMITED
AGENTS.
8-27-2800
PRINTED IN U.S.A
Per. All Policies issued abroad and made payable in the Unit
Kingdom are required by law to have a Government Stairw
affixed within ten days after date of receipt in the Uniteo
Kingdom.
CARGO POLICY
No ty^/BBOi
i. Warranted free of capture, seizure, arrest, restraint, or
detainment, and the consequences thereof or of any attempt thereat (piracy excepted), and also from all consequences of hostilities or warlike operations, whether before or after declaration of war.
i. Warranted free of loss or damage caused by strikers,
locked-out workmen, or persons taking part in labour disturbances or riots or civil commotions.
Should clause No. i be deleted, clause No. 3 is
to operate as Part of this Policy.
_.. Warranted free of any claim based upon loss of, or frustration of, the insured voyage, or adventure, caused by
arrests, restraints, or detainments of kings, princes, or
peoples.
4. General Average and Salvage Charges payable according
to Foreign Statement or per York-Antwerp Rules if in
accordance with the contract of affreightment.
5. Warranted that should the vessel andlor craft ground
within the limits of the Columbia andlor Willamette
andlor Fraser Rivers andlor Tributaries andlor in the
Suez Canal andlor Panama Canal andlor Manchester
Ship Canal or its connections andlor in the River Mersey
above Rock Ferry S Up andlor in any other canals, harbors, or tidal rivers, such-grounding not to be deemed a
stranding, but underwriters to pay for any damage which
may be proved to have directly resulted therefrom.
i at a premium to be arranged in case of
! change of voyage, or other variation of the
on of the exercise of any liberty granted to
\er or charterer under the contract of affreight-
mny omission or error in the description of the
\l or voyage.
knsit by craft and/or lighter to and from the
\ craft and/or lighter to be deemed a separate
The assured are not to be prejudiced by any
tempting lightermen from liability.
I are not to be prejudiced by the presence of
ice clause and/or latent defect clause in the
iding andlor Charter Party. With leave to
: without pilots, and to tow and assist vessels
■%ll situations, and to be towed,
wise stated in writing in this policy the interns warranted free from Particular Average un-
Wel or craft be stranded, sunk, or burnt, but
ling this warranty the Assurers are to pay the
le of any package or packages which may be
n loading, transshipment or discharge, also for
or damage to the interests insured which may
te attributed to fire, collision or contact of the
Sr craft and/or conveyance with any external
te included) other than water, or to discharge
fort of distress, also to pay landing, warehousing and special charges if incurred for which
s would  be  liable  under  a  policy  covering
\woerage.
pt*w_ anything to the contrary this insurance
m free frorn any claim for or consequent upon
May or loss of time whether arising from a
Msea or otherwise.
mce warranted to be in all cases null and
~M extent of any insurance by any carrier or
[fe  would attach and cover said property  if
had not been issued, and to be null and void
loss or damage by fire on land to the extent
jrance against loss or damage by fire, directly
y covering upon the same property, -whether
bsequent hereto in date, and it is also under-
Mgreed, that in case any agreement be made or
j'M the assured with any carrier or bailee by
stipulated that such or any carrier or bailee
in case of any loss for which he may be liable,
of this insurance, or exemption in any man- ,
'.sponsibility grounded on the fact of this in-
en and in that event this Company shall be
pf any liability for such loss hereunder, but
in these and all cases of loss or damage by
. Wed  against  shall  be liable  and owe actual
r (only) what cannot be collected from car-
1 bailees andlor insurers of property lost or
tut also shall be -chargeable with the direct
consequence to the assured temporarily aris-
lelay in  collection from said carrier andlor
Vor insurers, and the advancing for this Pur-
f funds to the assured for his protection pend-
May shall in no. case be considered as affecting
j of the final liability'of this insurance, and as
ection is, made from the carrier and/or bailees
Jrers, the title of the assured to hold the sums
i by this Company shall discontinue, and a
reof equal to the sum collected from the car-
bailees andlor insurers', shall be repaid to
»»» x^umyany, but in case of final failure to collect from
the carrier and or bailees andlor insurers, a portion of
the sums advanced by this Company equal to the sum
short collected from the carrier and/or bailees and/or insurers, may be retained and applied in settlement of the
actual liability of this insurance thereby established (Provided always the loss shall constitute in other respects a
claim  under this insurance).   In the event of loss  or
damage this policy shall be null and void to the extent
of any payment made by any carrier or bailees or insurers
whether liable or not.
12. English Law and Usage. This insurance is understood
and agreed to be subject to English Law and usage as to
liability for and settlement of any and all claims.
o
NEGOTIABLE
2typ H an( Jbrr JltflUattrr- atto Bwar I Agrnrg. faimittb, Agrttia
522 P«ttor &trrrt W., Battrauur-r, W QL
M&ttymB tc SitrtngBtnn
34fl (Ealtfornia fbtottt, &an Jfrattrisro, (EaUfnrttta
iftattagr-ra Parifir (Eiiast Harmr Irpartmrttt
W\\tVtVL%. it hath been proposed to the QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA,
BY
as well in his or their own name as for and in the name and names of all and every other person or persons
to whom the subject matter of this Policy does may or shall appertain in part or in all to make with the said
Company the said Insurance hereinafter mentioned and described.
Now this Policy Witnesseth that in consideration^ the^said person or persons effecting this Policy prom-
ismg to pay to the said Company the sum of
as a premium at and after the rate of
per cent, for such Insurance the said Company takes upon itself the burthen of such Insurance to the amount
of s    Hgi$* fb0t^ss4 Bo^JtaW'lC#8000*00)    ||    ||||§
and promises and agrees with the Insured their Executors Administrators and Assigns in all respects truly
to perform and fulfill the contract contained in this Policy AND it is hereby agreed and declared that the
said Insurance shall be and is an Insurance (lost or not lost) at and from
pa>tiO0OTOT.# ii. o».
0;
AND it is also agreed and declared that the subject matter of this Policy as between the Insured and the sai.
Comnanv.so far as concerns this Eolicy shallbejand is as f ojows upon ..     M ^ ^a^   mm
800 Wmm say p&i aowue vsmm at $8008*00*
■ * Ii it*
laden (under deck) on board the ship or vessel caHsd*the
WrSLmmW*.
Loss if any payable to the order of the Assured in
2U& %h® event of %mm vhioh @sy %m^lk®w m w^mmm
(Eho Soym% 2MB~2*wto Ooiitgpugr 3tta9&t*4t §Mmg$mt%
lnx Wl»f? for irarTsf aii& s#t*liissiat*
L»itti§ if
AND the said Company promises and agrees that the Insurance aforesaid shall commence from the time the
subject matter of this Policy shall be laden under deck on board the said Ship or Vessel Craft or Boat as
above and continue until discharged and safely landed at as above
AND touching the Adventures and Perils which the said Company is content to bear and does take upon itself
in the Voyage so Insured as aforesaid they are of the Seas Fire Pirates Rovers Assailing Thieves Jettisons
Criminal Barratry of the Master and Mariners and of all other like Perils Losses and Misfortunes that have or shall
come to-the Hurt Detriment or Damage of the aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof
AND in case of any Loss or Misfortune it shall be lawful and necessary for the Insured his or their Factors
Servants and Assigns to sue labour and travel for in and about the Defence Safeguard and Recovery of the
aforesaid subject matter of this Insurance or any part thereof without prejudice to this Insurance the
charges whereof the said Company will bear in proportion to the sum hereby insured AND it is expressly
declared and agreed that no Acts of Insurer or Insured in Recovering Saving or Preserving the Property
insured shall be considered as a waiver or acceptance of abandonment.
IN WITNESS whereof the undersigned on behalf of the said Company have hereunto sel Jtheir hands in
Vancouver, British Columbia, this
Examined.
00¥©nt@#2&t$l.
day of
VANCOUVER INSURANCE and VESSEL AGENCY. LIMITED
AGENTS.
S-27-2800
PRINTED IN U.S.A
Per.
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41  ALEXANDER ST.
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CANADA
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Cable Address -WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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ING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. -T«9..59?ft.
192
9
B.W.Greer & Sen Ltd., j!
602 E&stings St.,  W»f
?ancouvsr, B.C* 9g
Gentlemen:*-   • -T   %3
We beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver* B.C. feb 4th 1929. ||
Kindly ssake out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars.
Steadier
•..(HE*.* JX
Ho of Packages
Description
Shlpper.||
Consignee
Destination
Bx Lighter
Ho of copies
B/L required
^Shidzuoka Maru*
# y.m.
700 boxes
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Co.,22 ^ueen St
Hong Kong     &    ft
S.S.Bervin
10 copies
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.,
per Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address 'WINGSANG" Vane
sd/er.
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P.O. Box 15
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Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
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/SCOTT'S   10TH   EDITION,  A, B, C,  3TH  EDITION
) WESTERN  UNION   UNIVERSAL    BENTLEY'S
) WESTERN  UNION  FIVE  LETTERS,  GLOBE
\ WORLD'S   UNIVERSAL
AGENTS FOR
Hamburg American Line
SWAYNE  & HOYT  INC.
•
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 4126
4127
4128
BLE ADDRESS
DINCOTTS, VANCOUVER
LONDON OFFICE :
MITCHELL  COTTS   &  CO.
3  ST.   HELEN'S   PLACE
LONDON,   E.C.3
Dingwall Cotts & Company
PACIFIC   COAST   FIRE   BUILDING,
Vancouver, Canada.
MITCHELL COTTS & CO. (SOUTH AFRICA)  LTD.
CAPE TOWN,   MOSSEL   BAY, PORT   ELIZABETH, EAST  LONDON.
JOHANNESBURG,   PRETORIA,   KIMBERLEY,   BLOEMFONTEIN.
DELASOA  BAY,   BEIRA.
WM. COTTS   &  CO.   LTD.
DURBAN   AND   POINT,   NATAL.
MITCHELL  COTTS   &  CO.
CARDIFF,   PORT  SUDAN,
MOMBASA  &  NAIROBI.
File No.8-13
25th January, 1929
The Wing Sang Company,
51 Pender Street East,
Vancouver• B.C.
Dear Sirs,
s.s.  ttH0DJ0KERT0M
This confirms mutual understanding
whereby  contract  v*»5>  covering 400 boxes dried  salt herring
from Seattle to Hongkong per the  above vessel has now been
cancelled.
FJPsSLt
Yours very truly,
DINGWALL COTT
By     \
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MADE IN ENGLAND Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address -WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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|||p t$*tnbti*itt&    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
Jan I9th
192-?~
Dodwell & Co.,Ltd.,
$25 Seymour St.,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Gentlemen:-
heg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to he shipped toy your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Jan 29th 1929. it
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars*
Steamer
Hark
Ho of Package
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
to Lighter
Ho of copies
B/L reqdred
S.S.*3y Parous*
1600 boxes
Salted Herring :|j|
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Co*, 21 $ueen St
Hong Kong 1J
8«S* *Bervin*
10 copies
Yours truly,
Sang Co.,
per ..« Telephone Sey. 313
Gable Address "WINGSANG" Vancf      er.
CODES
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P.O. Box 15
A. B. C 5th. Edition
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Bentley's
WING SANG CO. f
%siMi*k*b    IBBS .:ljj
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS A.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
li^lfth... 192
1
American Hail Line,
402 Pender St., W.,
Vaexmver, B.C.
Gentlemen:-
We beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped toy your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Jan 21st 1929*
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer lip
lark
Ho of Packages
Description
Consignee
Destination
Ex Lighter m
Ho ef copies
B/L required
S.S.Melville
Y.M. ¥ ' " ■        • " '11
900 boxes       3
Salted Herringj|
Order fhe Industrial and Commercial
Bank Limited. ||       ||
Hotif^Tong Tak Tai XI9 Kiangse Boad
Shanghait China.
S.B.Bervin    II
8 copies
Tours truly |
Wing Sang Co.,
per .*....*•»»*•»#* * TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
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Fro**i Evans Coleman Wharf Co., LJd.
GINAL
Y4NCOUVEJR, ..£.C.«0 192*
Received from
to be shipped on board the
St earn er ■!lSlJafe
i^^^K^
Whereof ! '. 4^~—is   Master
or on board any other steamer that may|$>e substituted in her place, the -following property
in apparent good order, except as noted (value, weight, contents and conditions being
unknown to said Master or Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd.) marked as indicated below:
7 iWBSBm     3/1
subject to the conditions printed on the back of this receipt.
MARKED:
No. PKGS.
^_fw|ihricu£s
WEIGHT
FEET
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EVANS COLEMAN WHARF CO., LTD.
Pw. From Evans Coleman V^arJ||Co., Jttd.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
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The! within goods are shipped and received subject to the following conditions:
SPECIAL.—It is expressly understood and agreed that Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd.,
act herein only as Wharfingers and Agents for the owners of the steamers
and that the liability of the said Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd., shall be limited to their
liability as Wharfingers only, and that upon delivery of the goods to the steamer the
liability of the said Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd-, shall absolutely cease.
Where the goods are carried to places where there is no wharfinger, warehouseman,
or other responsible person to receive the same on behalf of the consignees, the consignee
shall be on hand to receive the goods, package by package as discharged, and if the|con-
signee is not on handS^ receive the said goods package by. package as discharged, \ the
Maeter may deliver the goods b^|lepositing the same on any float, landing stage, wharf,
or on the sea shore, or on the bank of the river, p-rothefeeusu%||place for delivering goods
at the place of destinatin. ||1|
?S3?he-ship,., the owner, charterer, agent or master shall not be held liable for loss arising
from fire, dangers of the sea or other navigable waters, acts of God or public enemies, or
inherent, defect, .quality or vice of the thing carried, or from insufficiency of package,
'•r seizure under JegaL^jprocess, or for loss resulting from any acfSor omission of the
shipper or j owner of^the goods, his agent or Representative, or iffi^m saving or attempting to save life or property at sea, or from any deviation inl|rendering such service, or
other reasonable deviation or from strikes, or for loss without the|r actual fault or privity
or without the fault or neglect of the|»t agents, servants or employees.
The ship, the} owfter, charterer, master or agent shall not be liable for loss or damage
to or in connection with goods for a greater amount than one hundred dollars' per package, unless a higher value is stated in the bill of lading or other shipping document, nor
for any >loss or damage whatever if the nature or value or such goods has been ,falsely
stated by the shipper, unless such false statement has been made by inadvertance or error.
The declaration by the shipper as to the nature aiid value of the gplfds shall not be considered as binding or conclusive   oil the ship, her owner, charterer, master or agent.
^Jd^ animals at owner's risk. |p|
It is hereby understood that wool in baies, dry hides, butter and egg boxes and all
other packages, chains, pipes, bars, and all, other articles, must be each and every one
marked with the full address of the consignee, 'iSp
It is agreed that in settlement of any claim for loss or damage to any of the* within
mentioned goods, from whatever cause arising, said claim shall be restricted to the cash
value of such goods at the port of shipment at the date of shipment.^;
.,     It is agreed that the person or party delivering any goods to Stlte said steamer for
^ifeipmeiit is authorized to sign the shipping receipt for the shipper.
On delivery mf the goods within enumerated,  as prOvidedr herein,  this receipt 3hall
■ :S*And cancelled,  whetherS surrendered  or  not. |||||
It i*3 expressly agreed ^that all claims against the said steamers or ner owners for
^-rtdsejto or loss of any of the within merchandise, including damage arising from unseaworthiness of the steamer at any time during the voyage and including ;i|ela3^, loss or
lamage which shall have occurred without the actualtfault or privity of the -Gcftnpany,
must be presented to the master or owners thereof within one month from date hereq^l
and that after three months from date hereof no action, suit or proceedings in any Court
of Justice «hall be brought against the said steamer or the oWi|%rs thereof for any damage.
#o$Ci*i.Uoss of said merchandise; and the lapse of said three months shall betBeemed "s conclusive bar and release of all rights to recover against th£>said steamer, or the owners
thereof, for any such damage or loss or claim.*||pSft£*£ *\
orm No. 39
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FromwEvans Coleman Wharf >C6., Lffeii
ORIGINAL
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Received from_
to be shipped onj^fo-frd the _
Steamer	
VANCOUp;R, B.C.,.
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192
Whereof.
.is   Master
or on board any other steamer that may be substituted in her place, the following property
in apparent good order, except as noted (value, weight\ contents and conditions being
unknown to said Master.omj^^M0Ojlenian Wharf Co., Ltd.) marked as indicate^ below:
To
'33.
feubject to the conditions printed oh the back of this receipt.
MARKED:
No. PKGS.
ARTICLES
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WEIGHT
FEET
SHIPPER
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EVANS COLEMAN W-JIARF CO., LTD.
Ptr. nil
From Evans Coleman Wmarf Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B.<||
The within goods are shipped and received subject to the following conditions:
SPECIAL.—It is expressly understood and agreed that Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd.,
act herein only as Wharfingers and Agents for the owners of the steamers
and that the liability of the said Evans Coleman W]|iarf Co., Ltd., shall be limited to their
liability as Wharfingers only, and that upon delivery of the goods to the steamer the
liability of the said Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd., shall absolutely cease.
Where the goods are carried to places where there is no wharfinger, warehouseman,
or other responsible person to receive the same on behalf of the consignees, the consignee
shall be on hand to receive the goods, package by package as discharged, and if the consignee is not on hand to receive the said goods package by package as discharged, the
Master may deliver ^the goods by depositing the same on any float, landing staged wharf,
or on the sea shore, or on the bank of the river, or other usual place for delivering', goods
at the place of destination.
The ship,Sthe owner, charterer, agent-or master shall hot be held liable for loss arising
from fire, dangers of the sea or other navigable waters, acts of God or public enemies, or
inherent defect, quality or yiqe of the thing carried, or from insufficiency of package,
or seizure under legal process, or for loss resulting from any act or omission of the
shipper or owner 'of the goods, his agent or representative, or from saving or attempting to save life or property at sea, or froni any deviation in rendering such service, or
other reasonable deviation, or from' strikes, or for loss arising without their actual fault
or privity or without the fault or neglect of their agents, servants or > employees.
fliljrhe ship,, the owner,,, charterer, master or agent shall not be liable for loss or daniage
to or in^ connection with goods for a greater amount than one hundred dollar^per package, unless a higher value is stated in the bill of lading or otheipshipping document, nofe?
for any loss or damage whatever if the nature or value of such goods has been falsely
stated by the shipper, unless such false statement has been made by inadvertance or error
The declaration by the shipper as to the nature and value of the goods shall l*ot be considered as binding or conclusive on the ship, her owner, charterer, master or agent.
Live animals at owner's risk. \
It is hereby understood that wool in hales, dry hides* butterVand &gg boxes and all
other packages, chains, pipes, bars, and all ojther articles, must be each and every one
marked with the full address of the consignee.
It is agreed that in settlement of any c]aim for loss or damage to any of the within
mentioned goods, from whatever cause arising.'Said claim shall be restricted to itfto cash
value' of such goods at the port„of shipment, at the date of shipment. *
It is agreed that the person or party delivering any goods to the said steamer, for
shipment is authorized to sign the shipping receipt for the shipper.
On delivery of the goodJPwithin enumerated, as provided herein, this receipt shall
stand cancelled, whether surrendered or not.
, If is expressly agreed that alLfe_laims against the. said steamers or her owners for
damage to or loss of any of the within merchandise, including damage arising from unseaworthiness of the steamer at any time during the voyage and including delays, loss or
damage which shall have occurred without the'actual fault or privity of the Company,
must be presented to the master or owners thereof within one month from date hereof,
and that after three months from date hefg^f^no action, suit qt£proceedings in any Court
of Justice'shall be brought against the said steamer or the owA%s I thereof for any damage
to or loss of said merchandise; and the lapse of said three months shall be deemed a
conclusive bar and release of all rights to recover against the said steamerM)>r the owners
thereof, for 'any<:such damage or loss or,claim,    y S§_?v IllsliS Form No. 39
From Evans Coleman Wharf Co., LtcLj
UlNAL VANCOUVER, B.C,9_JtS9!!S^kA
Received from	
to be shipped on board! tfie
Steamer i
VANCOUVER, B.C.,
9>™  ■__
192*
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Whereof p ! \% is   Master
or on board any other steamer that may be substituted in her place, ttre following property
in apparent goo<5por*ier, except as noted f^ralue, weight, contents and conditions being
unknown to said Mafeter or Evan& Coleman Wharf CogvLtd.) markjgd as indicated below:
subject to the conditions printed on the back of this receipt.
MARKED:
No. PKGS.
ARTICLES
WEIGHT
i .feet;
AM
T*
J4
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I
SHIPPER
EVANS COLEMAN WHARF CO., LTD.
Pmr. ilfwn Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
CONDITIONS
Ipiie within gobds are shipped and received subject to. the following conditions:
SPECIAL.—It is expressly understood and! agreed that Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd.,
act herein only as Wharfingers and Agents for the owners of the steamers
and that the liability of the said Evans Coleman Wharf Co.,; Ltd., shall be limited to their
liability as Wharfingers only, and that upon delivery of the goods to the steamer the
liability of the said Evans Coleman Wharf Co., Ltd., shall absolutely cease.
Where.the goods are carried to places wher^there is no wharfiSlljlr, warehouseman,
or other responsible person to receive the same en behalf of th^'consignees, .the consignee
shall be on hand to receive the goods, package by package as discharged, and if the consignee is hot onishandS|K> recpye the said goods package by package as discharged^fthe
Maeter may deliygr the goods by depositing the same on^any float, landing stage, wha^O
or on the sea shores or on the bank of the river, .or other usual place for delivering goods
at the place of destinatin3£   gall
e>5?he shipij|he. owner, charterer, agent oJSniaiSter shall n<|f be held liable for Joss ar||ing
from fire, dangers b||the sea or other navigable waters, acts of .God or public enemies, or
inherehttj defect, quality or vice of the thing-carried,Slqr from ^sufficiency of package/
or seizure underS <legal. process; or for loss- resulting-'J^dm anyf|£ct or ofriission of the
shipper or owner, of the goods, his agent^fr representative, or fSgbrh saving jor attempJt|S
ing to save life^qr -property at sea, or from any deviatioi^n rendering s_S^^service, or
other reasonable deviationfeor from strips, or for loss wi^l^L^^ieir actual fault or privity
or without the fault or neglec||of their agents, ser^a£hts or emplc£yeesj|||ll
The ship, thes_owner, charterer, master or agent shsi^not be liable for loss or damage
to or in connection with goods for a great|rr amount tb]_an one hundred dollar§|Sper package, unless a higher'value is stated in the bill of lading or^>ther,shipping document, nor
for any loss or damage whatever ifMhe nature or value or such goods has °een falsely
stated by the shipper, unless such false statement has been made by inadvertance or error.
The declaration by the shipper as to the nftture and value of the goods shall not be considered as binding or conclusive   on the ship, her owner, charterer, master or agent.
Live animals at~owner's risk. §§||
■SSiEt is hereby understood that wool in bales, dry hides, butter and egg boxes and all
S^ther packages, "^gfiains, pipes, bars, and all others articles, must be each and every one
marked with the full address of the consignee.
.._ It is agreed that in settlement of any-claim foiC^loss or damage to any of the withlip
mentioned goods, from whatever cause arising, said claim shall be restricted to the cash
value of such goods at the port of.shipment at the date of shipment.
It is agreed^that the person or party delivering ajfy goods toStlie said^ steamer, fw&
'ihipme;it is authorized to sign the shipping receipt f&a-||fie shipper.
On delivery of;||he goods within enumerated, as pro-£M§o?pherein, this receipt 3hall
s'and  cancelled,  whether  surrendered  or  not^^^B
ItSis expressly agreed that all;Glaims against the said steamers or her owners for
Pjx-Tg*^ to or loss of any of the within^merchandise, Sineluding damage arising from unseaworthiness of the steamer at any time during the voyage and including delays^^jlsi' or
Jamage which shall have occurred without the actual fault or privity vbffh^Company,
must be presented to the master or Owners thereof within one month froififdateX hereof,
arid that after three months f%om date her¥pf no action, suit or proceedings in ^any Court
of Justice shall be brought against the said steamer or the owners thereof for any daraagt
to .or loss of said merchandise; and the lapse of said'thrpe months shall be deemed a conclusive bar and rele'ase of all rights to recover against the" said steamer;' or the owners
thereof, for any such damage or loss or claim. mmi^M rn
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CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES  BRANCH
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR
Winch Building,
Vancouver, B.C., Apr.,...5., I9.2.$u
RE YOUR HERRING CURING LICENSE NO. 3
OPERATED AT GALIANO ISLANDll
Gentlemen;-
On checking over returns of
dry salt herring for the past season, I regret to
advise that an error was made in the number of tons
charged to you under the above license.
The Inspectp&yCertificate
No. 630, December 27th, shows that SOO boxes of
dry salt herring were inspected on that date but through
an error 500 boxes only were charged in your account.
Your total for the season should have been shown as
3.21^ tons instead of 3, 3.5^ tons. You have already
paid for the 3> 3_4 tons, thus leaving a balance of 60
tons at 250 per ton still to be paid for, totalling
115.00.
Will you be good enough to forward your remittance for this amount as soon as convenient,
in order that the matter may be finally settled*
Regretting this error and any
inconvenience which may be occasioned you in consequence,
V
Messrs .Yip Sang Co, Ltd.,
#51.  Pender St.E./
CI  TY,
xours faithfully,
J tM Motherwell, -
Chiejvlnspector  of Fisheries Telephone Sey. 313 mSM '~'^_F P. O. Box 15
Cable Address "Wingsang', Vancouver. < A. B. c. 5th. Edition
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WING SANG CO.
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WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C ApriJ... IfH JM$*.. .192.
The Manager,
The Industrial and Commercial Bank Limited,
164 S&echuen Road,
Shanghai, China*
Dear Sir:«»
Wf beg to acknowledge receipt of your mails
of March 9th and 21st advising us that our No# 4 and §
drafts respectively Irawn on Tong Tak Tai, Shanghai ,
China, each for the amount of Gold #4300*00 have been
collected, and also your D/D No» I118 and ZI20 enclosed*
Thanking for your prompt attention*
Tours very trulyf
WIHO SAHO C0#
Per SEATTLE BRANCH
801   FIRST AVENUE
NEW YORK BRANCH
8-IO BRIDGE STREET
VICTORIA AGENT
916  GOVERNMENT STREET
OTHER BRANCHES  AND AGENCIES  IN
ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
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N. Y. K. LINEF
(NIPPON   YUSEN   KAISHA)
HEAD  OFFICE:  TOKYO, JAPAN
Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
VANCOUVER, B. C,
ApWtX  8t1929
Messrs. Wing Sang Company,
51 East Pender St.r
VANCOUVER, B.C.
B. W. GREER & SON
LIMITED
AGENTS
Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tel. Seymour 7929
Bear Sirs;
9* wish to inform you that m h&v# received
a cable froe os* Head Office in Tokyo a&irising that the
TsiaM. affair has be#m amtaa&ly settled*
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Ag#nti f Blue fuaael Line,
Vancouver, B*0#
Deer Sire;
In accordance with agreement we hereby submit application for
refund of #1*00 per ton of 40 ou* ft* ottj|   13 3-ft^if measurement tons
of dry salt fish toil;. h4rn^^Cn^      ani fB.OO per ton of 40 ou* ft«
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Line during the period September 1, 1928 to Mar oh 31, 1929, fromfphe
Port of Vancouver British Columbia*
We further certify that as shippers of Salt Fish, we have not
shipped 9 nor been instrumental in haying any of our shipments go
forward over any line, other|thanpihose Steamship Lines, members of
the faoifio Westbound Conferencet|exoept as specifically authorized
by the Conference.
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day of   19
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308 Boxes
26X8 c
mbie
jreet
Bengkalis
600 §»
5X00
ti
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Bintang
800 *
6800
it
it
Siantar
1000 "
8500
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2708 Boxes
23018
it
n
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o
Bengkali
Bintang
Siantai*
308 Boxes
600    *|| .
800    *
 I000 *
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2708 Boxes
26X8 OUblo Feet
6X00      *        •
6800      •
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8500
tt it
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Iyo Maru
800 boxes
6800 cu.Ft.
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Xyo Maru
506
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5653 cu. Pt.
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6800 cu.Pt.
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685X
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506
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SEATTLE BRANCH
801   FIRST AVENUE
NEW YORK BRANCH
8-10 BRIDGE STREET
VICTORIA AGENT
916  GOVERNMENT STREET
OTHER  BRANCHES  AND  AGENCIES  IN
ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
Ef .        o
i   N. Y. K. LINE
(NIPPON   YUSEN   KAISHA)
HEAD  OFFICE: TOKYO, JAPAN
Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
VANCOUVER, B. C,
B. W. GREER 8c SON
LIMITED
AGENTS
Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tel. Seymour 7929
The Wing Sang Co.,
51 East Pender St.,
Vancouver, B. C.
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3^§ at'ttt3KJpjpet#^-' Hank for*;       or
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of dry salt fish
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this
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American Mail Line
Montana
Stanley
Melville
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800  •
800
n
2400
6800 cu* Ft.
2604
it
6800 "
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ft
20400 •  ■
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Margaret
800
it
6800 cu. Ft*
Stuart
800
w
" 6800 «1 "
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X004
tt
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it «
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Montana
BOO Boxes
6800 cu.  Ft.
Stanley
800
it
6800
ti
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800
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tt
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800
ft
6800 cu*  Ft*
Stuart
800
ti
6800
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1004
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Gable Address "Wingsang'" Vancouver.
CODE
WING SANG CO.
%*iabiiahieb  IBBS
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
5th. Edition Improved
Bentley'
)A. B. C.
A. B. C.
Bentley's
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C April .8th. 192#*
Nippon Transfer,
331 Powell Street*
Tancouverf 9«G«
Dear Sirs;-
wish to advise you hereafter please send us separate
Hip "Vo^v- ^y*
invoice each time for goods conveyed'by your oompany. instead of
A
long statements which are difficult for us to check*
Tours trulyf
"Wing Saii^ Oo.
ouut>V'C::V|u Wmm&.
Telephone Sey. 313
X.
Cable Access "Wingsang" Vancouver.
V^NG SANG CO.
CODES
P. O. BOX  15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
<v<z
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS !j|
51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
1 VANCOUVER, B. C. ApfAl-Stk 1 ....... .192.^
ssrs Burchard & Fiaken Inc*f
Agents Java Pacific Line,
705 Arctic Building,
Seattle, Wash*
Dear Sirs:-
^^^^^^^^ beg to acknowledge receipt of your cheque for $575*45
for refund on 575*45 measurement tons of dry salt fish to Eong
Kong whieh we shipped via your line during the period September 1st
2928 to March 3Xst 1929 from Vancouver, B*C*
enclose you herewith receipt for same.
Yours truly.
Wing Sahg Co.,
Hi
po? Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
P. O. Box 15
CODES
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER. B. C.
it
I  Be
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
Harch 28th
192.
The immg€£$
Tim Industrial and Go
X64 Sseehmsn Road,
Shanghai, Chins*
Dear Sir:*
©raereial Bank lAmitedf
fe beg to acknowledge reeeipt of yow mail of Feb 20th
adTising ft that out Ne*2 Draft dmwn on Tong $*& Tai, Shanghai,
Ghinaf for the amount of Gold
net amount Qeld #479i#74 has
1115
M» our two previous shi
#00, less sable expen&e |S*.i#t
collected wad mtm your i/to Ko#
I* of Salt Herring- one W
Shidsueka term, 806 boxes scheduled to arrive Bimngkmi an
Mf 1928, and one 1gr StS*Montana, 800 boxes on January 15, 1929
have been sold sometime ago, md the statements in settlement for
same are long overdue, so on receipt of this letter please see
Messrs. Tong Tak f#A and ask them on ou? behalf to make settlement
promptly»
Yours very truJy, Yirm No. E-47
m
THE INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL BANK, LTD.
SHANGHAI   BRANCH
Shanghai, M^h..21st...,...l J92 gt
iS^Si^^^^^fti^^^B
Vancouver
We beg to advise that the below mentioned collection has been paid and in settlement
thereof we I^Sf^^^^^^^^tt^p^B^M
|1| Yours very truly,
The Industrial & Commercial Bank, Ltd.
Your
No.
Drawn on
Tong Ttfk Tai
CW_Wfl.WUA/I	
Suh-Asieountan t ♦
U. S. Gold dollars Forty Three Hundred only.
Gt$ 4. 5QQ. 00
Jl
Notation C7A,<X7n.<&M.<x4<
'emaTnw   <y? /^ SEP
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To
THE AM ERIC
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XPRESS CO.,
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THE INDUSTRIAlt* COMMERCIAL BANK, LTD.
SHANGHAI   BRANCH
Shanghai,    l^tf* 9th*,-- -J 92
*»i r.£?
*g ^ang *?o v. a
"We beg to advise K^^^^H^R^^^^^H collection has been paid and in settlement
thereof!!!™ m
Your
B_J6"i vnc\%m&' 6xM.D/J> ii
m
Drawiron
Tak Tai
lara
.11 .£.&.,
Yours very; truly,
Industrial & Commercial Bank, Ltd.
ub - Aeojg$i*i ta ir$$§|i|
t^Mu^iM^sJyi
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THE INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIA^fiANK, LTD.
SHANGHAI   BRANCH
\     i
Shanghai, ..MV..9A...9.th,.^
7929.
'^X&^^^^m^M^^^^B^^m
P^l^^^^^W^ISi
We beg to advise that the below mentioned collection has been paid and in settlement
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 111B..1. .is  §| It |g|
Yours very truly,
The Industrial & Commercial Bank, Ltd.
b-Accounta_Ttg>
Your
No.
Drawn on
Amou
Notation
Tong Tak Tai
G.$4.300.00
U. S. Gold dollars Forty Three hundred only . EXCHANGE FOR
m *"* •
SL    M
SK.
INCORPORATED I&ftOSGKONG
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To    THE AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.,
NEW Yom, U.S.A- Form No. E-47
M
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THE INDU3TRIALe& COMIVIERu.AL BANK, LTD.
SHANGHAI   BRANCH
ShangHi303
Feb:
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We; begJ^^Ldvisemhat the below|fe^ paM andSfa settlement
thereof
si WA*3**i
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Your? vermtruly,
Ih.d*&tri3l & Commercial Bank, Ltd;
mm
Your
v-cS_,ik»:
Arrtount
6 i 4o
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/
■ TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
\
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51    PENDER  STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C .¥!*??*..?**l^ 19.?.?.
Mr £* A .Motherwell,
Chief Inspector of fisheries,
Winch Building,
Vancouver, B*0*
Boar Sirx~
We enclose you herewith cheque for Seven Hundred and
Eighty Bight Dollars and ffifty Cents (#788*50) for payment
revenue on Dry Salt E^rrins  due your Department*
of
yours truly,
Yip Sang Co., Ltd.,
per ***y«*
*....... TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
fit
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.......^.^..M*^
 1 9?.?  ....
Provincial Collector,
Hanaimo, B*C*%- Jl
Dear Sir:
We enclose you herewith cheque for Eighty Dollars (#80.00)
for Assessment Tax on Foreshore Lease on Lot 6 Lot 7 Newcastle
Island from Western Fuel Corporation*
Yours truly,
Yip Sang Co*, Ltd**
'pw Industry
Annual Payroll
Portion of
Payroll
Assessed
Amount on which
Assessed
Rate
Amount Payable
m
M'
BW&-
E'i'Shi-aaft
7v00»00
11. OOmOO
7 ,000 .00'
ai^ooo^QO
H
$546,00
RETAIN   THIS   COPY   FOR   YOUR   gLE.     PAID   BY   CHEQUE   NO.. 40M-1-29    6.A.R .LTD.    34167
THE WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION  BOARD
&_3S£
NOTICE OF
ASSESSMENT
VANCOUVER, B.C.
i &"'
■y~-j~->.
m®&
2
&; 3rit & 4»-Ivistalmezits 19;
The assessment herein te madefy the Board in pursuance of the "Workmen's Compensation Act."
The amount thereof is payable at the Board's offices, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Failure to pay when due incurs a penalty of 5% of assessment and 1% a month thereafter until paid,
also liability for the cost of all accidents to employees during default. TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
10,
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C ._..Maroh--.g§tit 1 9£9-
fhe Workmenfs Compensation Board,
402 Pender St*, W«,
Vancouver, B*C*
Dear Sirs** 1
enclose you herewith cheque for live Hundred and
Forty Six Dollars ($546.00) for payment of the 1st,2nd,3rd ft 4th
instalments 1929 of the assessment for Salteiy and fishing.
Yours truly,
Yip Sang Co.,^Ltd.,
__BHP SEATTLE BRANCH
801   FIRST AVENUE
NEW YORK BRANCH
8-10 BRIDGE STREET
VICTORIA AGENT
916   GOVERNMENT STREET
OTHER  BRANCHES  AND  AGENCIES  IN
ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
0
N. Y. K. LINE
(NIPPON   YUSEN   KAISHA)
HEAD  OFFICE: TOKYO, JAPAN
Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
VANCOUVER, B. C,
B. W. GREER 8c SON
LIMITED
agents
Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Tel. Seymour 7929
5350-1
March  22,1929.
Messrs. Wing Sang Company,
51 East Pender St.t
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Gentlemen:
CLAIM REBATE SALT ffISS 1928/29
We acknowledge receipt of your claim for
rebate on Salt Fish forwarded "by our Line during the
past Season,
We are taking the matter up and will ad
vise you as soon as possible regarding settlement.
Yours very truly,
fjjpj W. &REEB & SOI LTD.,
1        Agents
'     3   *
1 FROM
Q
MEMORANDUM
*B
WATKINS, LOW, LIMITED
Importers
Exporters
SEYMOUR 625
410 DOMINION BANK BUILDING
VANCOUVER, B. C-Maiy  l^t  192W2
T<_Pessrs Wing Sang Co.
51  Pender St B
City.
SALT
Dear Sirs;-
Herewith please find contract covering
your estimated Salt requirments fofc the 1929/1930
fishing season .Will you kindly sign one copy and return
at your early convenience.
Thanking you for the "business which is
much appreciated.
AIW/A
NS LOW LIMITED sendelsSt 1>
WATKINS, LOW, LIMITED  cw.*.
Importers    4*   Exporters
410 Dominion Bank Building, Vancouver, B. C.
Date
11  I7th
928
SALES NOTE
We have this day sold you for account of,
the following:
ARDjM  SALT  COMPANY    SAIT FRANCISCO,
MERCHANDISE:       Double washedpalf ground  Salt,packed  in  I25# bags.
QUANTITY
fifteen .hundred tons
PRICE:
Seven hundred and seventy cents per ton P.0..S.
San Francisoo.Jo r Oakland.
PAYMENT:
lays
t* ClTf)
tepf i shi pm.an 1
SHIPMENT:
buyers
INSURANCE
REMARKS:
P.P.A.   (unless  otherwise  instructed)  to be placed by
sellers Agents forfSBuyers  account/from point  of loading
to  at easier s d I 0 har g a s at which  point risk c eases ♦     If
ordered up for re-shipment,Buyers to instruct re new
cover flf desired.
This contract Movers  shipments to be madefturing the fi&hing
season  of  1929/1930 and  protects the buyer against   the
market dec line-or advane e, and  i s  good until February 28th
I95C
It  is also guaranteed  that  the average moisture contents
of the Salt  supplied will not uptceed 3$.
We confirm this Sale J^ote subject to
conditions stated on reverse side.
ers.
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A/? PvTf*. ci GENERAL CONDITIONS TO APPLY TO ORDER ON REVERSE SIDE
In cases where goods are not sold on sample, it is understood, and agreed, that quality is to be "Fair average of the particular season."
Quantity specified to be taken to mean, actual and/or 5 per cent, more or less.
If shipment or the whole or part should be prevented through any contingency or cause of any nature beyond our control,
or the control of the manufacturer, packer or shipper, from whom the goods are purchased or produced for the purpose of this
sale, the Order to be void as to any part not fulfilled.
CANCELMENT. Should the vessel or vessels carryiDg the whole or any portion of the goods be lost, this Contract to be
void as regards such portion as may be lost, but should the goods be transhipped and arrive in another vessel, Contract still to
hold if the goods are in order and condition.
This Contract is subject to Government or shipping embargoes, restraint of rulers, princes and people. Any change in duty
is to be for account of Buyers.
If any question arises as to quality, the goods in all cases to be taken at such reduction (if any) on the contract price, as
may be fixed by arbitration.   Any dispute arising out of this sale note to be settled by arbitration in      "
 (two arbitrators or their umpire) in the usual way. TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
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BENTLEY'S CODE
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IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
Vancouver, b. c Sept.eabjer.14.t_3u.. 1939_*_
E«G»Taylor EsqM
Inspector of fisheries,
Hanaimo, B.C.
Dear Sirs
We enclose herewith twenty-one (21) Certificates of
Naturalisation of the Japanese fishing erew of our herring
camp at North Galiano Island, and also a list of the names
of Canadian Indians employed hy us there• These certifioates
and name lists submitted te you are for the application of
Seine-fishing licenses*
Kindly issue two (2) licenses for Captain, namely
one for Shoji Fukushima, and one for Minosuke Morishita;
and also licenses for the said fishermen at your earliest
convenience.
Yours respectfully,!:
YIP SATO 00* LTDM
•2«t3yS^y  Aw-v_J O 0
TELEPHONE-SEYMOUR 31 3 BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET AGENT  FOR CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET,   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C *!**..?*** 19?.?
The list of names of naturalised Japanese fishing crew
tewa Aono
§1 Yaichir© Ende
X* Shoji Fukushimay
Y.Irino
Yashimasu Hama
Kintaro Miyata
C. Mori shi ta
Masaru Mori shi ta
XMinosuke Mori shit a ^
Fukumaka Nishi
Shotaro Hishimoto
Chokichi Nishimura
Sadanosuke Hi shi oka
Toyonosuke Hakatani
like Hi she
Sadaichi Nakai
Tomokichi Shimosato
Yoneso Tataishi
Seisi Takasaki
Tarokichi Teramishi
Mantaro Ueno
The list Of names of Canadian Indians
Mat IS Johnny
Bdmund Johnny
Frank Robinson
Joe Harry
Willis® %uinn
Jimmie Cisoo
David John
Raymond Tom
Tim Moody
Peter Charlie
Wallace Peters
Gordon James
Aw si it t. e AKam
Stanely Michael
Francis William
Harry Hewman
Walter Hewman
Thomas Steward
Charlie Campell
Mrs Matio Johnny 0
o
M.Johnnie
A.Daniel
C.Ross
October 1928
Working in the Saltery
S.Michael
W.Peter
D.Lowe
F.William
H.Hi shi
Teranishi
Fishingmen
Y.Hi shi
Y.Saki
T.Kariya
K.Hamasaka
E.Tanino
1 .Doyama
Y.Omori
H.Mukai
K.Yoshoda|jJ
K.Mori
Y.Kawasoye
H.Miyashita
M.Morishita
D. Louie
E. Johnnie
R.Tommy
H.Alsen
T. Plaster
B. Grant
A. Peter
I. Paul
J. Harry
R. Harry
J. Johnson
H. Mission
S.Fukushima 0
0
Hovember 1928
Working in the Saltery
M.Johnnie
A.Daniel
C.Ross
A.Martin
S.Michael
W.Peter
D.Lowe
F.William
P.Goods
H.Hi shi
Teranishi
T.Hamagoch
Fishingmen
S.Fukushima
M.Euno
Y.Hi shi
YISaka
T.Kariya
K.Hamasaka
E.Tanino
E .Doyama
Y.Omori
H.Mukai
K.Yoshoda
K.Mori
Y.Kawasoye
H.Miyashita
D.Louie
E.Johnnie
R.Tommy
H.Alsen
T .Plaster
B.Grant
A.Peter
I .Paul
J.Harry
R.harija
J.Johnson
H. Mission
A. Hitta
M.Morishita 161
B
December 1928
Working in the Saltery
M.Johnnie
A.Daniel
C.Ross
A.martin
S.Michael
W.peter
F.William
P.Goods
Teranishi
H.Hishi   T.Hamagoch
M.Euno
S.Fukushima
M. Mori shit a
Y.Hi shi
Y.Saka
T.Kariya
K.Hamasaka
E.Tanino
E. Doyama
Y.Omori
H.Mukai
K.Yoshoda
K.Mori
Y.Kawasoye
Fishingmen
D.Louie
E.Johnnie
R.Tommy
||    A. Francis
T.Plaster
B.Grant
A Peter
I.paul
J.Hariy
If.     R.Hariy
J.Johnson
H.Mission
A.Hose
H.Miyashita o
o
M.Johnnie
A.Daniel
C.Ross
January 1929
Working in the Saltexy
A. Martin
S.Michael
W.Peter
F.William    Teranishi
P.Goods
H.Hishi
T.Hamagoch
Hobu. Hakatane
Fishingmen
M. Ueno
S.Fukushima
M.Morishitoa
Y. Hi shi
Y.Saka
T.Kariya
K.Hamasaka
E.Tanino
E.Doyama
Y.Omori
H.Mokai
K.Yoshoda
K.Mori
Y.Kawasoye
D.Louie
E.Johnnie
R.Tommy
A.Francis
T.Plaster
B.Grant
A. Peter
I Paul
J.Harry
R.Harry
J.Johnson
H.Mission
A.Hose
H.Miyashita '     »       «f*
o o
Febuary 1929
Working in the Saltesy
M.Beno T.Hamagoch Y.Kawasoye
S.Fukushima M.Johnnie
H.Hakatane M.Morishita R. & H. No.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT   OF  ORDER
Please Check Carefully and Report Discrepancies
ROBERTSON & HACKETT SAWMILLS LIMITED
Vancouver, B. C, Dat&
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UNION  OIL   COMPANY OF   CAN_Oa, LIMITED
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT   I
customer ...1M^..3M^...Q.QMMX..      city .Y^cowe?, BG	
ADDRESS ^^fi^B^iil^^^^^H	
BUSINESS.	
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED:
EFFECTIVE DATE .^?1?S^...i!™ 192
Please enter our order for the following Products at the prices stated:
EST. YEARLY
REQUIREMENTS
BARRELS
IRON
WOOD
35 - 59 Barrels     commodity
Aristo Motor Oil, Idght*?Me&#f &©avy & Spec. Heavy
LIST PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
.90
DISCOUNT
►31
NET PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
♦59
Aristo Motor 0ilf Extra Heavy
1.15
1#2*
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•84
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llotoreze Motor Oily Extra Heavy
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jags
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Apex Diesel Engine, Medium & Heavy
Gre.M0s„„„-„...all.„gr^
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market price-oi any of the above-iiamcd oils-decline ditrmg the J
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Upon the Following Terms and Conditions:
DELIViERIES:—F. O. B Z?5?.95??.?i...?P. and to cover a period of one year from date.
All orders to be filled with reasonable promptness. Delays caused by reason of war, rebellion, insurrection, governmental interferences, fires, strikes, differences of workmen, earthquakes, or other causes beyond our control excepted. Deliveries made each month shall
be equal to approximately 1/12 of total contracted for.
Wood or steel barrels or half barrels will be charged extra at the selling prices in effect on the date of shipment, returnable in sound
condition at prices charged.   On both steel and wood returned packages charges must be prepaid to warehouse from which shipped.
Terms...   ..?^....^9....^1§3.     ?9....4.ay?....^*..
If, during the life of this agreement, our financial responsibility becomes impaired or unsatisfactory to you, cash payment on delivery with the above discounts, or satisfactory security may be demanded by you, and it is a condition of further deliveries that such demands
be complied with.
All prices are subject to the addition of any tax that is or may be imposed by Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority for War, Internal Revenue or other purposes, upon any commodity mentioned herein, and deliveries and shipments are subject to
any restrictions or regulations imposed by any Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority.
This memorandum shall not be binding on the Union Oil Co. of Canada, Limited, until approved by its Los Angeles, California,
office. W&
Accepted:   192.
By.
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.  - „
District Saks Manage       Salesman:   2* 5_# c. Williams 1
m
PARTIAL LIST OF PRODUCTS MARKETED
Gasoline
Kerosene WellSm
Engine Distillate
W$&£& Oleum Spirits     i     i .     _,.
. _, . .      >    Paint Thinners
Mmeral Spirits   \
l|||| ??* VMPtf&phtI&   *? *■*& *<*^i|  *'ll§|P  e^fl   ^^|
Union Naptha, Lacquering
7v Jr-
Cleaning Solvent
*' - ■ IB       Aristo Motor Oils
Mm Motoreze Motor Oils
||fe,  Purepenn Motor Oils     |||
Union Klenzoil (for flushing purposes)
Steam Cylinder Oils
Engine Oils
|»|J^p   Marine Engine Oils
Dynamo & Motor Oils
Stationary Gas Engine Oils
Diesel Engine Oils
Compressor Oils
White Oils
Black Oils
And other lubricants for all purposes.
Red Line Greases for all purposes.
Fuel Oil
Diesol
Gas Oil
Smudge Oil
Road Oil
Liquid Asphalts
Paving Asphalts
Roofing Asphalts
Insulating Asphalts
Waterproofing Asphalts
Pipe Dipping Asphalts
Mineral Rubber
3' FORM 258 CAN.   1-29-2M.
UNION  OIL  tOMPANY OF   CANADA, LIMITED
ft                                                       MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT      •
customer               WHO Slira GOMPASX  j                   CITY                Vaacoweri BO
ADDRESS i^Wil^WWW        EFFECTIVE DATE   .   .            ***& .*•*                    192 *
BUSINESS _•	
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED:
Please enter our order for the following Products at the prices stated:'
EST. YEARLY
REQUIREMENTS
BARRELS
ZB - 59 Barrels     commodity
LIST PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
DISCOUNT
NET PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
IRON
WOOD
A-risto Meter Oil J *dght# lfe&«V Heavy & Speo* Heavy
•90
♦31
•5t
Ariste Motor Oily; Extra Heavy
1*15
Hi
•04
Motorosse Motor 011$ Heavy
Ipi
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•94
Mbterese Motor OllY Extra Heavy
1*30
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•99
Apex Diesel Engine9 Meditim & Heavy
•79
•05
•76
	
Greases   "«•   all grades
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on the Following Terms and Conditions:                                  |P§
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DELIVERIES:—F. 0. B ?*5?!!!*?fi6..M: and to cover a period of one year from date.
All orders to be filled with reasonable promptness.   Delays caused by reason of war, rebellion, insurrection, governmental interferences, fires, strikes, differences of workmen, earthquakes, or other causes beyond our control excepted.   Deliveries made each month shall
be equal to approximately 1/12 of total contracted for.
Wood or steel barrels or half barrels will be charged extra at the selling prices in effect on the date of shipment, returnable in sound
condition at prices charged.   On both steel and wood returned packages charges must be prepaid to warehouse from which shipped.
Terms        $P $$ &*?**     S$ **?! »*t     §■»''                    H                 B       ^^^^S
If, during the life of this agreement, our financial responsibility becomes impaired or unsatisfactory to you, cash payment on delivery with the above discounts, or satisfactory security may be demanded by you, and it is a condition of further deliveries that such demands
be complied with.
All prices are subject to the addition of any tax that is or may be imposed by Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority for War, Internal Revenue or other purposes, upon any commodity mentioned herein, and deliveries and shipments are subject to
any restrictions or regulations imposed by any Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority.
This memorandum shall not be binding on the Union Oil Co. of Canada, Limited, until approved by its Los Angeles, California,
office.
Accepte
d: 192  -	
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA. LIMITED.                         J_         _ 	
By...	
WHS
District Sales Manager          Salesman*     $m $ ♦  <
GU Williams PARTIAL LIST OF PRODUCTS MARKETED
Gasoline
Kerosene
Engine Distillate
Oleum Spirits     I     _ .     _,.
, „ . .      >    Paint Thinners
Mineral Spirits   )
VMP Naphtha j «*
Union Naptha, Lacquering
Cleaning Solvent
Aristo Motor Oils
Motoreze Motor Oils
Purepenn Motor Oils     3Mgz      S§lllil
Union Klenzoil (for flushing purposes)
Steam Cylinder Oils
Engine Oils
Marine Engine Oils ||_§|||i §?fl
Dynamo & Motor Oils
Stationary Gas Engine Oils
Diesel Engine Oils
Compressor Oils |||§
White Oils
Black Oils
And other lubricants for all purposes.
Red line Greases for all purposes.
Fuel Oil
Diesol
Gas Oil
Smudge Oil
Road Oil
Liquid Asphalts
Paving Asphalts
Roofing Asphalts
Insulating Asphalts
Waterproofing Asphalts
Pipe Dipping Asphalts
Mineral Rubber FORM 258 CAN.   1-29-2M.
CUSTOMER.
ADDRESS	
UNION  OIL  COMPANY OF   CANA.JA, LIMITED
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
CITY Te»ooareri; $0
mM*M.        EFFECTIVE DATE *S?U..*?rU 192
i
BUSINESS	
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED:
Please enter our order for the following Products at the prices stated:
EST. YEARLY
REQUIREMENTS
BARRELS
IRON
WOOD
COMMODITY
Ag&ete Motor Oil* tytfMV ****t Heavy
Jtotwr oil, Extra Heesry
LIST PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
•00
LIB
DISCOUNT
♦31
NET PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
•09
ill
•31
•94
ft?
Apex
►76
the abo^e named ^iis^decliBe.during
i/TH     |~__
tl 1 _"!£?     _kT_
fe of this
leliyered^l^K
Upon the Following Terms and Conditions:
■_r_A ^_____.^fc(4/4_____l_t ___: ___Tv ™V*v
DELIVERIES:—F. O. B *™?™^?#..™ , and to cover a period of one year from date.
All orders to be filled with reasonable promptness. Delays caused by reason of war, rebellion, insurrection, governmental interferences, fires, strikes, differences of workmen, earthquakes, or other causes beyond our control excepted. Deliveries made each month shall
be equal to approximately 1/12 of total contracted for.
Wood or steel barrels or half barrels will be charged extra at the selling prices in effect on the date of shipment, returnable in sound
condition at prices charged.   On both steel and wood returned packages charges must be prepaid to warehouse from which shipped.
Terms M.l?_..^ 7'm ' %
If, during the life of this agreement, our financial responsibility becomes impaired or unsatisfactory to you, cash payment on delivery with the above discounts, or satisfactory security may be demanded by you, and it is a condition of further deliveries that such demands
be complied with.
All prices are subject to the addition of any tax that is or may be imposed by Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority for War, Internal Revenue or other purposes, upon any commodity mentioned herein, and deliveries and shipments are subject to
any restrictions or regulations imposed by any Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority.
This memorandum shall not be binding on the Union Oil Co. of Canada, Limited, until approved by its Los Angeles, California,
office.
Accepted:  192.
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.
By.
District Sales Manager
$*&mmi*iim-®i$m ^mtom PARTIAL LIST OF PRODUCTS MARKETED
Gasoline
Kerosene
Engine Distillate
Oleum Spirits     I
„.!.„,.      >    Paint Thinners
Mineral Spirits   )
VMP Napht$a> || ^ ftl
Union Naptha, Lacquering
Cleaning Solvent
Aristo Motor Oils
Motoreze Motor Oils
%^ps      Purepenn Motor Oils
Union Klenzoil (for flushing purposes)
Steam Cylinder Oils
Engine Oils
Marine Engine Oils
Dynamo & Motor Oils
Stationary Gas Engine Oils
Diesel Engine Oils
Compressor Oils
White Oils
Black Oils
And other lubricants for all purposes.
Red Line Greases for all purposes.
Fuel OU
Diesol
Gas Oil
Smudge Oil
Road Oil
Liquid Asphalts
Paving Asphalts
Roofing Asphalts
Insulating Asphalts
Waterproofing Asphalts
Pipe Dipping Asphalts
Mineral Rubber FORM 258 CAN.   1-29-2M.
UNION  OIL^bOMPANY OF   CANAJA, LIMITED
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
CUSTOMER flil..IliftJiil9Ml        CITY ?.^!ft!l?S.M:	
ADDRESS  ...il...1*IB!_^^ EFFECTIVE DATE &**& WKk
.192
9
BUSINESS	
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED:
Please enter our order for the following Products at the prices stated:
EST. YEARLY
REQUIREMENTS
BARRELS
IRON
WOOD
COMMODITY
LIST PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
DISCOUNT
NET PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
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mm
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us during tbe-time _-that the decline is'in effect
lljfe^dfyj^s
agree*
Upon the Following Terms and Conditions:
DELIVERIES:—F. O. B ??.1!!5.?!S..??. and to cover a period of one year from date.
All orders to be filled with reasonable promptness. Delays caused by reason of war, rebellion, insurrection, governmental interferences, fires, strikes, differences of workmen, earthquakes, or other causes beyond our control excepted. Deliveries made each month shall
be equal to approximately 1/12 of total contracted for.
Wood or steel barrels or half barrels will be charged extra at the selling prices in effect on the date of shipment, returnable in sound
condition at prices charged.   On both steel and wood returned packages charges must be prepaid to warehouse from which shipped.
Terms.	
If, during the life of this agreement, our financial responsibility becomes impaired or unsatisfactory to you, cash payment on delivery with the above discounts, or satisfactory security may be demanded by you, and it is a condition of further deliveries that such demands
be complied with.
All prices are subject to the addition of any tax that is or may be imposed by Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority for War, Internal Revenue or other purposes, upon any commodity mentioned herein, and deliveries and shipments are subject to
any restrictions or regulations imposed by any Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority.
This memorandum shall not be binding on the Union Oil Co. of Canada, Limited, until approved by its Los Angeles, California,
office.
Accepted: . 192.
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.
By,
District Sales Manager
ooesM   $9 f * Of Williams Paint Thinners
PARTIAL LIST OF PRODUCTS MARKETED
Gasoline
Kerosene
Engine Distillate
Oleum Spirits    )
Mineral Spirits   \
VMP _faphtnV   *
Union Naptha, Lacquering
Cleaning Solvent
Aristo Motor Oils
Motoreze Motor Oils
Purepenn Motor Oils
Union Klenzoil (for flushing purposes)
Steam Cylinder Oils
Engine Oils
Marine Engine Oils
Dynamo & Motor Oils
Stationary Gas Engine Oils
j|e     Diesel Engine Oils
Compressor Oils
White Oils
Black Oils
And other lubricants for all purposes.
Red line Greases for all purposes.
Fuel Oil
Diesol
Gas Oil
Smudge Oil
Road Oil
Liquid Asphalts
Paving Asphalts
Roofing Asphalts
Insulating Asphalts .
Waterproofing Asphalts
Pipe Dipping Asphalts
Mineral Rubber FORM 258 CAN.   1-29-2M.
UNION  OIL  COMPANY OF   CANADA, LIMITED
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT
CUSTOMER.
ADDRESS	
BUSINESS	
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED:
CITY	
EFFECTIVE DATE \ _.SUU*rru. 192„.„
Please enter our order for the following Products at the prices stated:
EST. YEARLY
REQUIREMENTS
BARRELS
IRON
WOOD
^mW
COMMODITY
LIST PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
DISCOUNT
#111
NET PRICE
BULK
EXCLUSIVE OF
PACKAGE
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Upon the Following Terms and Conditions:
DELIVERIES:—F. 0. B ...:.......33yy37E..3y. and to cover a period of one year from date
All orders to be filled with reasonable promptness. Delays caused by reason of war, rebellion, insurrection, governmental interferences, fires, strikes, differences of workmen, earthquakes, or other causes beyond our control excepted. Deliveries made each month shall
be equal to approximately 1/12 of total contracted for.
Wood or steel barrels or half barrels will be charged extra at the selling prices in effect on the date of shipment, returnable in sound
condition at Jffirices charged.   Onboth steel and wood returned packages charges must be prepaid to warehouse from which shipped.
S$* 16 ®mmt   $0 ftaji not
If, during the life of this agreement, our financial responsibility becomes impaired or unsatisfactory to you, cash payment on delivery with the above discounts, or satisfactory security may be demanded by you, and it is a condition of further deliveries that such demands
be complied with.
All prices are subject to the addition of any tax that is or may be imposed by Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority for War, Internal Revenue or other purposes, upon any commodity mentioned herein, and deliveries and shipments are subject to
any restrictions or regulations imposed by any Municipal, Provincial, Dominion or Governmental authority.
This memorandum shall not be binding on the Union Oil Co. of Canada, Limited, until approved by its Los Angeles, California,
office.
Accepted: '. . 192.  . —
UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.
By.
District Sales Manager
><mm* It f • o« ttUtoe PARTIAL LIST OF PRODUCTS MARKETED
Gasoline
Kerosene
Engine Distillate
Oleum Spirits     i . ._ .
, _ . .      }    Paint Thinners
Mineral Spirits   j
VMP Naphtha   P Jj
Union Naptha, Lacquering
Cleaning Solvent
||i^;j|     Aristo Motor Oils Wm
Motoreze Motor Oils
.   |H_J      sj||jj^|jp:. Purepenn Motor Oils :$|a_        "'^>hflP^   l|lli:
Union Klenzoil (for flushing purposes)
LjJL. Steam. Cylinder Oils
Engine Oils
 :jiMr^^mt' ■ - Marine Engine. Oils.. J|iiip§| ^_>r-*^^_l^s<
jh ^ i__   _, Dynamo & Motor* Oils a»/ JaL:
Stationary Gas Engine Oils
Diesel Engine Oils
|T|. Compressor Oils
White Oils
fSl Black Oils
And other lubricants for all purposes.
iffm       Red Line Greases for all purposes.
;J|.   Fuel Oil
Diesol
Gas Oil
Smudge Oil
Road Oil
Liquid Asphalts
Paving Asphalts
Roofing Asphalts
Insulating Asphalts
Waterproofing Asphalts
Pipe Dipping Asphalts
7WH Mineral Rubber 1111111111
4(4-_    97S***** .*& PACKING   HOU!
* NANAIMO
ISES:
IO.   -    B. C.
CHEMAINUS.   B.   C.
AGENTS:
TABATA SHOKAI
KOBE. JAPAN
TELEPHONE:
SEYMOUR 2378
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IMPORTERS   &   EXPORTERS
SEA PRODUCTS & LUMBER
CABLE ADDRESS:
TABATARIKIMATSU
VANCOUVER.  B. C.
CODES:
BENTLEY'S
WESTERN   UNION
PRIVATE
362    ALEXANDER    ST..
VANCOUVER, B. C.
August 13th 1929.
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E* IM^aawto,Esq*>20S Hastings Street East,
j^Jip Wom$isq.m9 51 Fancier Street East*
Gentlemaai:
1*
Jsx reply to o**r letter to Mrs.A.Walter
nesting f00tponeitent of parent of %ft 90 Horth Galiano
Island,we are i& receipt <xt the attached letter from.her.
Yo^rs truJLy,
I* JEABATA AID GOMPAHY*
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August 7th 1929
QmBox 1381,
British Columbia*
pssp;$* it* Wmhata & voaipany
■362 AleagBtadir *£&3reet,1§' #'
Itocoiiver, B * CU
Dear Sirs:
l|IEp reply to your letter of Jmly 30th % am Ml I trig
to allow postponement of payments on lot 90 Worth Galiano till
October next,on the distinct tmderstandimg that it is then paid.
I had as letter froii Hr*Shaw today and he too is agreeable
to this &rrang@«iittfi
Yours truly.
"O
argaret
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Gilchrist
"HERCULES"
Logging Jacks
(MADE IN CANADA)
SERVICE *AND
QUALITY
THE GILCHRIST "HERCULES" LOGGING JACKS ARE
PROTECTED BY LETTERS PATENT IN CANADA
AND THE UNITED STATES
Gilchrist Manufacturing Co.
432 Railway St., Vancouver, B. C.
Phone Highland 195 o
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GILCHRIST HERCULES LOGGING JACK
No. 2 LOGGING JACK
PLOW STEEL FRAME.   PRICE $55.00
Height-
Weight-
-24 inches
-60 pounds
H
TOOL Steel Case Hardened Bar
TOOL Steel Shrouded Pinion
This Jack can be made up in
the following heights:
20 inches $52.50
30 inches. ..'.  60.00
135 inches  65.00
I    No. 3 LOGGING JACK
CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL FRAME.    PRICE $55 00
Height—24 inches
Weight—60  pounds
3*
TOOL Steel Case Hardened Bar
TOOL Steel Shrouded Pinion
This Jack is made only in 24-in. height
which is the standard for all Logging purposes.
Also made as a special Splitting Jack
which has demonstrated its strength and
serviceability.
Prices Subject to Change Without Notice
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
of    1        I  o
REPAIR PARTS
FOR GILCHRIST LOGGING JACKS
All Parts Interchangeable in No. 2 and No. 3 Jacks
PRICE LIST OF REPAIR PARTS FOR GILCHRIST LOGGING
JACKS
1—Head Lift Bar $ 1.50
2—Lift Bar 24-inch  12.00
3—Ratchet Dog   1.10
4—Box Pinion for No. 2
and 3   9.00
4—Open  Pinion for  No.  1
Jack   9.00
5—Foot for No. 1 and 2  3.00
5—Foot for No. 3 Jack  2.75
6—Top Pawl Dog  1.15
7—Top Pawl Trigger  1.25
8—Ratchet Trigger  1.50
9—Lever Plate, Left Hand.. 2.00
No. 10-
No. 11-
No. 12-
No. 12-
No. 13-
No. 14-
No. 15-
No. 15-
No. 15-
No. 16-
No. 17-
No. 18-
-Lever Plate, Right
Hand  ^f^ J
-Ratchet Wheel 	
-Pinion Plate, Large	
-Pinion Plate, Small	
-Lever Handle 	
-Standard for No. 1 and 2
-Cap for No. 1	
-Cap for No. 2	
-Cap for No. 3.........	
-Clevis Handle	
-Flat Spring 	
-Wire Spring 	
1.75
3.50
2.25
2.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.25
2.75
.50
.35
.05
Long or Left Side of Frame for No. 2 or No. 3 Jack with Pinion
Plate   3~..-.$10.00
Short or Right Side of Frame for No. 2 or No. 3 Jack     4.00
Side Head for No. 2 or No. 3 Jack with Pinion Plate     5.00
Always Order Repair Parts by Number to Avoid Confusion.
Prices Subject to Change Without Notice.
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TESTED BY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
AND FOUND TO BE THE MOST
SERVICEABLE LOGGING JACK
YET USED IN THE WOODS
No tool in the woods is better or more
favorably known than the Gilchrist
"HERCULES" Logiing Jack.
It is designed and constructed to withstand the hardest usage.
Can be used in any position, the raising
and lowering devicejkbeing positive.
SPECIAL   ATTENTION
TO REPAIRING JACKS
(Silchrist
"Hercules".
ii   »i  ■
Logging Blocks
Built to give
the same service
as our famous
I Jacks.
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ble Address   ORCHARDSON" VAr>
CODES:
A. B. C. 5TH EDITION
LIEBER'S
SCOTT'S 10TH EDITION
BENTLEY'S
WESTERN UNION
ARMSBY 19t1
ACME
PRIVATE
COUVER
Telephone Seymour 653
Directors
t. h. orchardson
c. b. freeman
ac&
'uc iboabt s/ire lAJuiidin
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July 18, 1929
Messrs. Wing Sang Co.,
51 East Pender Street ,
Vancouver, B. 0.
Dear Sirs:
Attention of Mr. Yip-Mow
2?his will acknowledge receipt of your order
placed with us today for the following:-
120 bundles, more or less, Galvanised Baling Wire, 12 ga.,
0 fS.OO per 100 lbs, ex warehouse vancouver.
You can take delivery of these at any time you
wish.   Kindly confirm.
Thanking you for this business we are
Yours very truly,
OBCHilBDSOI & GO. LIE
WAI:BL Arden   Salt  Company
225    BUSH    STREET
SAN   FRANCISCO
July 11, 1929
Wing Sang Company,
51 Pender St.,
Vancouver, B. C.
j
Gentlemen:-
The most valuable asset we have or that
any firm can have is the customer of long standing,
when the relationship has been cemented by dealings
that have been mutually pleasant.  But it is human
nature to sometimes take our greatest assets too
much for granted. - In the enthusiasm for new business it is easy to fail in placing the proper value
on the old.
Your business, as an old customer of the
Arden Salt Company, is valued and appreciated.  We
have tried to serve you well in the past and it will
be our endeavor to serve you better in the future.
And if ever our organization falls short in any
detail we want you to feel that we are sincerely
interested in knowing about it.
We want you, not alone as a customer, but as
a satisfied, friendly customer.
Cordially yours,
ARDEN SALT COMPANY
S94].
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CMMrLBM Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address -WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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WING SANG CO.
3&teM«l?efr    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
CODES
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P.O. Box 15
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Bentley's
51 PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C. July.IJ&L.^..1929•».-192
Mrs* A. Walter, Sp
?*0* BOX X22X,
Victoria, B.C* . || ■       '
Bear Madam:
1 have your letter of the I5th Inst* reminding me that the
second payment, with interest, on Lot 90 Horth Galiano is now overdue and asking remittance for same.
I beg to inform you that, owing to the financial difficulty
arising out of the deficit incurred in the herring business of one
of our party last season, immediate payment is considered impossible*
though it has been pressed by me several times*
In view of this unfortunate circumstance, 1 shall hare to
ask you to grant us an extension till October to fulfil the above
payment* §p|
trusting for a favorable consideration in this matter*
Yours very truly,
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TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51    PENDER  STREET,   EAST
H VANCOUVER, B. C JJune..26thr-I9291*9.
Andrew Beacon,
Secretary of Horth Galiano School Board,
Horth Galiano Island, B*C*
Bear Sir:
have your letter of the 'I5th inst*, in which you asked
us for a written permission to act as our proxy at the Annual
Meeting of the Horth Galiano School District which will be held
on the second Saturday in July*
shall be v®ry pleased to have you represent us at the
meeting and act as our proxy, for no one from our firm is avail-
able on that date for attendance*
Yours truly,
YIP SAHG CO*LTD.
pet**
£«"•*•• FORM 401 CAN.  2-29  10M.
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Refinor s and Marketers of Petroleum
CHIEF PLACE OF BU S I N ESS,VAN CO U VE R , B.C.
806-817    BRITISH    COLUMBIA   MINING   BUILDING
VkBTCOTJVER,SB .C.
May 16thf 1929
Wing Sang Company
51 - Pender St* £•«
VANCOUVER, BC
Dear Sirs:-
We wish to thank: you for the confidence, which,
in signing our Gasoline Contract, you have placed in our products*
We can only assure you that your orders will
receive our prompt and careful attention and that it will always
be our endeavour to give you everything possible in the way of
service.
Your copy of the contract fully Signed you will
find attached hereto©
Again thanking you, we are
Yours very truly,
y&
District Sales Manager*
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DSAFI
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fffIS BTDMTURE madf'':|tt      22nd       day of   %arch       1929*
BSfWEM
OTIOH OIL COSSPABX OF CAHADAt LIMI2SD
hereinafter called the "Party of the
first fart^t % :'§\
of the First Parts
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hereinafter called the ^arty of the
Second Part*V
ff the Second Part*
WI-TOSS2EH that It has been mutually agreed la manner
following*-
1* She forty of the First fart covenants and agrees
with the Party of the Second Part that the price to he charged for all
gasolene purchased by the }arty of the Second Part from the Party of the
First Part shall be the marine teholesale price prevailing at the time of
purchase less Z<f.       ■$&&' gallon, discount detected from the marine
wholesale prlcet at the end ef the current season*
2* the Party of the Second Part covenants with the
Party of the First Party to purchase exclusively from the Party of the
First Part all the gasoline* oil *%%%& other products of crude petroleum
required by the forty of the Second Parti for the following Salmon Canneries
er Reduction plants $
' H 9-. I    t •■ 19 Iti ■' ( 2 J
3* $his Contract is to remain in force for the period of
one year from the date hereof% and thereafter until terminated upon
six (6) months notice by either jarty*
AS WIE13ESS TEE HAHDS AND)
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SEALS OF THE PARTIES*       )
OTIOT OIL CGMPAJSTY OF CAHADA LIMIfED
District Sales Manager TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
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BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE TICKET AGENT  FOR CANADIAN   PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS,   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
Vancouver, b. c j:uae-S.thf...l8J8.9*„ 1 9.
Mr* Gee* E* Adams,
Assistant Registrar of Shipping,
Custom House,
Vancouver, B*C*
Deft* Sir.
Mm   __..«YIP»«
llilH'     I  mi   11'IIii   ran
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of iflgy g-Srd«,
enclosing four copies Of form of report for foundering©, which I
return herewith* after being filled in and signed by me as required,
to your offloe in triplicate*
Trusting you will find same satisfactory.
Yours ttfuly, Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address ••WINGSANG" VancouWr.
codes
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P.O. Box 15
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Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
%*lstblxsk*&    ISS0
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
Vancouver, b. c..--Deo-emher.. I.9.th,. ...\$2%.*-
Mrs* Margaret Walter,
P.'0. Box 1221,
Victoria, B* C*
Dear Madam 1
are in receipt of your letter of the 3rd inst*
which stated that the second payments on Lot 90. Horth Galiano Island, are still overdue and an early settlement of the
same is requested* J|
As tt have already handed.over to Mesers* H* Tabata
$ Co, a cheque for #2X94*63 to he paid to you, the amount of
$194*63 being 6%  interest on $2*000*00 from May 8th, 1928 to
December 20th, 1929 (I year and 227 days), we are sure that
you will receive same in a day or two*
Yours vea?y trulyt
Manager* o
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What was vessel's draught of water forward?
What was vessel's draught of water aft?
No. of compasses.   Were they in good order?
Had she boats to carry all persons on board?
Were they of any use in this case?
Were the life saving appliances on board in accordance with the stationary requirements?
Number of watertight compartments?
Did they prove of use in this case?
No. and condition of pumps at the commencement
of the voyage.
How many and which had become useless before
foundering?
Was   vessel   well   found   in   masts,   rigging,   sails,
general equipment, etc.?
Had engines broken down or become useless before
foundering?
Date and hour of springing leak or shipping first
sea?
Had vessel a deck load?
If of wood, was it in accordance with the statutory
requirements?
Was she overladen?
How was cargo stowed?
If vessel had a grain cargo, was it stowed in accordance with the statutory requirements?
If a coal cargo, how was the hole ventilated?
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41  Kq	
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44 Hone.
45  pg|	
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47  1	
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Circumstances of the voyage immediately preceding       58
the foundering.
Details of measures taken to prevent the foundering.        59
Source   from   which   this   information   has   been       60
obtained.
Dated at:.Vancpuyer.,..this S.t.h	
B.C.
The Assistant Secretary,
Marine Department,
Board of Trade,
London.
 Capt.ain....o.f....b.Qat.	
.day of. T.Une 192?«l
(Signed)."^
(Title) Owner.
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Every casualty to a British ship by foundering abroad, or to a British or a Foreign ship by foundering on or
near the coasts, or in a river or harbour, of a British Possession abroad, should be reported on this form.
When a statement on form Inq. 1 in respect of a foundering abroad is sent to the Board of Trade, it must be
accompanied by a form Wr. 1 (d).
In the absence of special circumstances no covering letter is required with this report.
WIND SCALE FOR SAILING SHIPS
Numbers
to denote
force of
wind
Description of
wind
0	
Calm	
1	
2	
3	
4	
5	
6	
1 Strong wind	
7	
8	
\Gale force	
9	
10..
11	
12	
Mode of estimating force of wind
on board sailing ships
Sufficient wind for working ship.
Forces   most   advantageous   for  sailing  with]
leading wind and all sail drawing.
Reduction of sail becomes necessary even with]
leading wind.
Considerable reduction of sail necessary even]
with wind quartering.
Close reefed sail running, or hove to under storm]
sail.
No sail can stand even running	
Probable hourly velocity of the wind
in statute miles per hour
Under 2	
2 to 12 inclusive, average about 6
13 to 23 1 " 17
24 to 37 I I 30
38 to 55 I | 45
56 to 75 I " 65
Above 75	
Probable equivalent
mean pressure in
pounds upon a circular
disc one square foot
in area
Less than -01
Between   -01 and   -05
|         0-5 I 1-6
|         1-6 I 4-2
I         4-2 I 9-2
|         9-2 I 17-0
More than 17.
NOTE—Special consideration is required for the specification of a scale for steamships. It is recommended that as opportunity presents itself use to
be made of the equivalents given in the foregoing table. For example, when a steamer is running at 15 knots in a calm, the wind felt in an exposed position
on board will be a moderate breeze, which according to the table is between four and five on the Beaufort Scale, and if a similar breeze is felt when the
ship is running at 15 knots right before the wind, the actual speed of the wind will be 30 knots, or between six and seven on the Beaufort Scale according to the
table of equivalents. o
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Yip Kew Shen,
51  Pender St .East
VANCOUVER'.  B.C.
Dear  Sir;
m
£.V."YIPW
CUSTOM HOUSE,
VANCOUVER,   B.C*
24fcd,  May 1929
It  having been reported  to me  that  the  above
named vessel Irasx sank at  dock on February 6th.last *
and  repairs   cost   $1083-00
1 am therefore enclosing herewith four copies  of form
of report  for      FOUNDERINGS
and would ask
that you have these signed by the Master or other responsible person in charge and returned to this office in
triplicate, not failing to supply the information required
in columns 19 and 31>   ^be remaining copy may be useful
for your files for reference*
By Section 68, Canada Shipping Act, it is provided
that the Master, or some other responsible Officer of the
Vessel, present himself for examination within twenty-four
hours of the first landing in Canada after the casualty,
and neglect to do so renders him liable to penalty*
1  must therefore request that they be returned as
soon as possible
Yours truly,
^^Mj^__^^
Assistant Registrar of Shipping
Encs # 1)
Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "Wing-sang" Vancouver.
%mS
WINGlSANG CO.
?tetaMtft(|*fr  XBBB
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
P. O. Box 15
CODES
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Bentley's
51.. PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.
The Manager,
The Industrial & Commercial Bank, Ltd*,
164 Szeohuen Boad, -      if
Shanghai, China*
JBfth..X92ft« 192..
Dear Sir:-
Wo beg to acknowledge receipt of your mail of
April 9thf enclosing your D/D Ho* 1127 for our Ho« 6 draft
drawn on Tong Tak Tai, Shanghai for the amount of gold $4,500*00
Thanking for your proa&pt attention.
JjjYours very trulyf
WIHG SAHG CO*
Per TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 313
3  3)
BENTLEY'S CODE
IMPORTERS  &  EXPORTERS
CHINESE  TICKET  AGENT  FOR  CANADIAN   PACIFIC  STEAMSHIPS.   LIMITED
51   PENDER  STREET.   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C AP.f4.li..?-^M.
19?.?.
m J#A#Motliorwtllt
'l€Mof Inspector $f
'finoh Building,
f Vancouverf B*e#
Boar Sit _-
Wo hairo in receipt of your lotto** of the 5th inst*
Hit Mo 23-8-1t advising us that an error was made in the number
tf. tons ohargtd to m under our Herring Curing lAoonoe Ho Sf operate*
at Qaliano Island, and a balance of 60 tons at $8# par ton is still
to ho paid fwW  ust totalling #X©*00*
We enoioat you herewith ehoque for the atoowe amount in
final settlement for M&6*
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fta Sana Co**
per t DO   NOT   WRITE
ti   INS 131
EV^UT  MORE THAN ONE SUBJECT IN THE  SAME LETTER jP^T'
ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO BE
ADDRESSED TO THE CHIEF INSPECTOR
IN YOUR REPLY PLEASE
QUOTE
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES  BRANCH
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR
Winch Building,
Vancouver, B.C., April-.2l»..# 19..2$.
Gentlemen:
11 acknowledge with thanks the receipt of your
oheque for $15*00 being balance due on operations
under herring curing license No.  3 during the 192&
29 season.
Yours truly,
p* J*A* Motherwell*
Chief Supervisor of Fisheries.
Yip  Sang Co*    Ltd.,
51 Pender St*  E.,
Vanoouver, B*G* PRINTED IN U.S.A.
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Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
VANCOUVER, B.C.
October 1,1929*
B.W.GREER & SON
LIMITED
AGENTS
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BLDG.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
TELEPHONE   SEYMOUR 7939
IN  REPLY PLEASE  REFER TO
5576
Messrs, Wing Sang Company,
51 East Pender Street,
VAICOUVER, B.C.
Gentlemen: - Attfn Mr* Yip Mow*
SALT HESRRIffG SPACE 1929/50 -ENGAGEMENT #1799
Referring to the notation on the back of the above
Engagement, to the effect that we have the option of transhipping the Herring that will be loaded on the SS. "IYO MARU" Dec,
5th at Kobe*
We wish to inform you that the reason we reserved
this option was that the schedule originally called for the
completion of this voyage at Kobe, We are glad to inform you,
however, that this has now been changed, and that the "IYO MARU"
will proceed right thru to Shanghai and Hong Kong, You may
therefore eliminate this endorsement from your contract.
Yours very truly,
B,  W*.(S
per,
JAB/M*
fe^SOU LIMITED,
Agents* J. A. FERRIER
o
PHONE SEYMOUR 265
o
J. H. LUCAS
FERRIER 8c LUCAS. LTD.
DIESEL AND GAS ENGINES
ATLAS-IMPERIAL
FULL  DIESEL  ENGINES
OKILL DIRECT READING
DIESEL  ENGINE
INDICATORS
12S  H.P. ATLAS-IMPERIAL  DIESEL
REGAL  ENGINES
ROWE PURSE
SEINE WINCHES
ATLAS
ANCHOR WINDLASSES
556 Howe Street
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
September 26, 1929.
Messrs, Wing Sang Co.,
51 Pender St. East,
City.
Gentlemen:
We enclose invoice for 14 H.P.
"G B" Regal engine showing full amount of
$806,00 as requested.  If you will kindly
favour us with your cheque covering sepae we
will mail you our cheque for your §55.00
commission.
We also enclose fisherman's
affidavit forms. Please have Mr. Ueno sign
bpth copies and have them witnessed, also
fill in his fishing license number. We
would like these affidavits back as soon as
possible.
Yours very truly,
GSP-R.
End.
IERRIER & LUCAS LTD.
Per
tj/^Sfa}
tJU^T
ALL  AGREEMENTS CONTINGENT UPON  STRIKES. ACCIDENTS AND OTHER  DELAYS  UNAVOIDABLE OR  BEYOND OUR CONTROL
QUOTATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN  CUSTOMS DUTY  AND  REGULATIONS No..
&
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected &...Q. Q   T^faC^.
yy1^.7Q..tt!<kHrJ!(i^ boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked.....Y.:.M.-. B which were cured and packed
by?^^^^ fln	
BR T^OTU^i^ Ca&^J&L..
for shipment, and found the said herring tq0e sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date oj Inspection j5^<^^....^.^....../92 K Jl
Place of Inspection l.^&Jk.&^ '**>y
£     C^tK^C
7L.:.^ba7^7^nx^.
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
No..
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected '^^^S^^^Si
^BSBBBsSSm .....boxes of dry salted herring
.       .    (Quantity to be written in full)
marked 7.7...J3Q.7. 8H which were cured and packed
by. HhRHBI MPI 1	
for shipment\5aid found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection...$Lr<d^^  191 $..y M^y  >_ /% y
Place of Inspection .f^_*L^ 0"cCtUv«A
Inspector of Fish Curing and Pac
uring and Packing o
o
No..
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...:<3... S...9. &.ftX^
^^^S^^^^^m^^^^^- boxes of dry salted herring
j     (Quantity to be wntten in full)
marked..„:...../../.*. j| which were cured and packed
^S^^^^^^^^^^^^p	
C/  IJ0*     /'"       M   1      3Z /•   7' y
3pg T^Z-ATUrd^^  /.t>7.0....t.*^.**^^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^fe 192$...., *    y} ,
Place of Inspection ^^^^^^^^^H ~ ^^'v^^4^
^^^^^^^^^M	
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
No.
£
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have ^^^ff^^^^^^^^M
^rnAJLA*tff&K^^ of dry salted herring
.      (Quantity to be written in f/ill)
marked... /..7.!st.: y........ which were cured and packed
by..v_^J^..„.  C.377
tfy.3X*^ BgM|	
at.
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish ...
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
 it
Date
Place of Inspection /.i&&4^ ^2> (: COtU^l/o^
of Inspection.Mx&l^ &
i of Inspection /..JJSww^C^^
77: yjQ^73(3f(3>3^L^
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing io d
\
Sept. l£th,,1929.
Honorable Minister of Fisheries,
Ottawa, Ont.
Acting on behalf of B.CSalt Herring Packers
Association which handles eighty per cent of the
dry herring pack and exportation I am instructed to
protest against the sudden suggested change of
regulations which would defer the opening date of their
operations this year. STOP. They have made all
their arrangements to begin fishing and packing
now including the engagement of men and shipping
space for export, and any change would entail
heavy loss. STOP. The reasons given by the -Dry Salt
Fish Section of the Canadian ILhfrs. Association for
the proposed change are not in accordance with the
large experience of my client a and I submit should
be carefully investigated before acted upon. STOP.
It may be that after consideration some such change
would be wise for next year after due notice to the
industry was givenyhut to spring such a change at
this time after allarrangements have been made for
starting work as in previous years will injuriously disturb
the industry and prove a great injury. STOP. Please
stay any change in date of cpening for this year under
the circumstances stated and I can assure you of our
cooperation in this matter for next year.
W.W.B, Mclnnes. flora   6102,  replacing  Form   2A-T.W.
CLASS OF SERVjCE DESIRED
Day Message
Day Letter
Nignt Message
Night Letter
Patrons should mark an X opposite the class of service desired:
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE [RANSMITTED AS
A FULL-RATE TELEGRAM
Head Office. TORONTO  Ont.
W.  G    BARBER    GENFRAL   MANAGER
inn I
Exclusive  Connection
with
WESTERN  UNION
TELEGRAPH CO.
Cable Service
to all the World
Money   Transferred
by  Telegraph
RECEIVER'S   NO.
TIME   FILED
H5P
CHECK
55
Send the following message, subject to the terms on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to     x VANCOUVER,   B • C.
Yip Sang Co,   Ltd     ^^^ift    Jf SEPT   21     1929
51 Pender Street last M||B City
BY ORDER IN COUNCIL SUBSECTUN TWO OF SECTION FOURTEEN OF
FISHERIES REGULATIONS FOR PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA HAS BEEN
AMENDED TO PROVIDE THAT NO FISHING FOR HERRING BY PURSE SEINES
MAY BE CONDUCTED IN DISTRICT NUMBER THREE UNTIL FIFTEENTH DAYp
OF OCTOBER IN'EACH YEAR STOP THIS INFORMATION IS FOR YOUR
JF GUICANCE IN CONNECTION WIT HERRING FISHING.
J.A MOTHERWELL
CHARGE
DOMINION   FISHERIES.
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m
tin i>
i ALL   MESSAGES   ARE   SUBJECT  TO  THE   FOLLOWING   CONDITIONS,    WHICH   HAVE   BEEN
APPROVED  BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY   COMMISSIONERS  FOR  CANADA,   UNDER
ORDER   162$DATED MARCH 30,   1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and the Company with which the message is filed that said Company shall
not be liable for damages arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of, any unrepealed telegram,
whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cipher, or
obscure messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the said Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate; and, in that case,
the said Company shall be liable for damages suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200.00, due to the negligence of the said Company
in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission and delivery of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of
premium thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1000
miles, and two per cent, for any greater distance.
The said Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The said Company shall
not be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one
of the said Company's messengers, he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone, the person receiving the message acts therein as
agent of the sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. The said Company shall not be liable in any case for damages,
| nless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the said Company shall vary the foregoing. 'Sfc
CLASSES  OF SERVICE
TELEGRAMS M
A full-rate expedited service.
NIGHT   MESSAGES
Accepted up to midnight at reduced rates, to be sent during the
night and delivered on the morning'of the next day after their date at
places where the-Company's offices are open on Sundays, and on the
morning Of the next ensuing business day at places where the Company'*
offices are not open on Sundays.
DAY   LETTERS
A deferred day service at rates lower than the standard telegram
rates as follows: One And one-half times the ten-word day message rate
for the transmission of 50 words or less, and one-fifth of the initial rate
for such 50 words for each additional 10 words or.less. The minimum
charge for transmission over the Company's lines of any Day Letter will
be 45 cents. 333
Day Letters may be forwarded by the Company as a deferred
service, and the transmission and delivery of such Day Letters are, in all
respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of
full-rate messages.
Day Letters may be delivered by the Company by telephoning the
same to the addressees and such deliveries shall be a complete discharge
of the obligation of the Company to deliver.
Day Letters are received subject to the express understanding and
agreement that the Company does not undertake that a Day Letter shall
be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that
the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of
such Day Letter on the day of its date during regular office hours,
subject to the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under
the conditions named above.
NIGHT   LETTERS
Accepted up to midnight for delivery on the morning of the next day
after their date at places where the Company's offices are open on
Sundays, and on the morning of the next ensuing business day at places
where the Company's offices are not open on Sundays, at rates still lower
than its standard night message rates as follows: The standard day rate
for 10 words for the transmission of 50 words or less and one-fifth of the
initial rate for such 50 words for each additional 10 words or less. The
minimum charge for transmission over the Company's lines of any Night
Letter will be 80 cents^
Night Letters may, at the option of the Company, be mailed at
destination to the addressees, and the Company shall be deemed to have
discharged its obligation in such cases with respect to delivery by mailing
such Night Letters at destination, postage-prepaid. CANAQAN   PACIFIC   R Y. I
I TELEGRA
mihiiud to Canada
O.'S TEL6GRAPH
m
jKOBM T.D. 1
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
raa
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STANDARD TIME
i^f SEP 21   AM   9    15. g]j
OTTAWA ONT 2i   1155A
4?
REID WALLBRIDGE AND GIBSON
BARRISTERS VANCOUVER BC
IN ABSENCE OF DEPUTY MINISTER  I AM INFORMING  YOU BY ORDER  IN
COUNCIL EIGHTEENTH INSTANT OPENING DATE HERRING PURSESEINING
DISTRICT THREE SET OCTOBER FIFTEENTH
WM J E CASEY CANADI'N   PACIFIC  R'YI CQS  TELEGRAPH
1    I   TELEGRAM
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO  ALL  PARTS  OF THE  WORLD
J. McMILLAN, Manager Telegraphs, Montreal
Sent No
Sent By
Rec'd By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Send the following Message, subject to the forms printed on the back hereof which are hereby agreed toc
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.HGtt©rakle...Mni.s:fc^ ,	
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$e...]my.ev..te^^ H^P^^^P^^^^^^^^^^^^^H _.._
We...have-...taken-.a^	
and can assure you that thequality and size are perfect for eur
P.UrpLQ.SSL.&^
&r.&..3£jmil±&x...m^  STOP. The idea
.ttel....th.e...M^	
absolutely imf©tmded>  STOP» We urge you again not to stop our oper-	
..MOBESBT.-XSIJl^^ CO.LTD YIP  SAUG CO.  LT2W COWICHAH SALTSRY LTD.
}. MITCHELL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que.
D. H. BOWEN, Supt., Sudbury, Ont.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt., Toronto, Ont.
H. S. INGRAM, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C- FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. D. NEIL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg, Mas.
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
APPROVED EY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 162.
DATED MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the^Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles,and
two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
-be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if»a message is sent to such office by one of
the Company's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent ofthe
sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not,be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
DAY LETTERS.
This Company will receive. DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than its, standard telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) words or less, and one-fifth ofthe initial rate for such fifty words
shall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
DAY LETTERS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a deferred service and the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
•re, in all respects, subordinate to" the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French^    Code language is not permitted.
DAY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addressees, and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company -to deliver. 77i'9^
DAY LETTERS are received subject to'the express understanding: and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but-that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER on the day of its date duripg regular office hours, subject te
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. CANADI/1^   PACIFIC  R'Y.  C<~ >S  TELEGRAPH
LEGRAI
FORM T. D.
CABLE   CONNECTIONS  TO  ALL  PARTS  OF THE  WORLD
J.  McMILLAN, Manager Telegraphs, Montreal
Sent Noo
Sent By
Rec'd  By
Time Sent
Time Filed
Check
Ue Send the following Message, subject to the terms printed on the back hereof which are hereby agreed to-
YsoiMUTeyji B*C. | September I9th? 1929*
0tta^jK....5*M^«
4MUMum.J^JQ.^^	
ire have already begun operation. According to our long past   	
I^&.®t^ market value than the late-season fishf
wm
J.£M&ti.ng...;/:^^	
I §1—  11 -.:  yip...JSaag_.fia#™l4td4» .".   	
■-(51 --3P«da*&*♦ B#) :-- H
,_MMI_M>..
-
<3mmmmm J, MITCHELL, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que.
D. H. BOWEN, Supt., Sudbury, Ont.
W. M. THOMPSON, Supt., Toronto, Ont.
K. S. INGRAM, Supt., Montreal, Que.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., St. John, N.B.
W. D. NEIL, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg, Man.
D. L. HOWARD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C.
R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
E. H. GOODFELLOW, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER 262.
DATED MARCH 30, 1916.
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for damages
arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of any unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence of its servants or otherwise, or'for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure messages, or for errors from
illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that case the
Company shall be liable for damages, suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200., due to the negligence of the Company in the transmission or delivery of the telegram. r
Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium
thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000 miles, and
two per cent, for any greater distance.
This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the telegram by any other
Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not
be responsible for messages until the same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices; if a message is sent to such office by one of
the Company's messengers he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent; if by telephone the person receiving the message acts therein as agent ofthe
sender, being authorized to assent to these conditions for the sender. This Company shall not be liable in any case for damages, unless the same be
claimed, in writing,'within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
DAY LETTERS.
This Company will receive DAY LETTERS, to be transmitted at rates lower than its standard telegram rates, as follows: one and one-half
times the ten-word Day message rate shall be charged for the transmission of fifty (50) words or lessj and one-fifth ofthe initial rate for such fifty words
shall be charged for each additional ten (10) words or less.
DAY LETTERS may be forwarded by the Telegraph Company as a defeired service and the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTERS
•re, in all respects, subordinate to the priority of transmission and delivery of full-rate messages.
DAY LETTERS shall be written in plain English, or in French.    Code language is not permitted.
DAY LETTERS may be delivered by the Telegraph Company by telephoning the same to the addressees, and such deliveries shall be a complete
discharge of the obligation of the Telegraph Company to deliver.
DAY LETTERS are received subject to the express understanding and agreement that the Company does not undertake that a DAY LETTER
shall be delivered on the day of its date absolutely and at all events; but that the Company's obligation in this respect is subject to the condition that
there shall remain sufficient time for the transmission and delivery of such DAY LETTER on the day of its date during regular office hours, subject t«
the priority of the transmission of full-rate messages under the conditions named above. FORM T.D. 2 M,
CANADlAtfPAGIFICkAlLWAYCOMPANYViTELEGRAPH
NIGHT LETTER
CABLE CONNECTIONS TO ALL THE WORLD
TIME FILED
CHECK
J. McMILLAN, General Manager of Telegraphs, Montreal.
Send the following Night Letter, subject to the terms printed on the fea©k hereof whtob are hereby agreed to.
Ill ..Vancou'v*
'},        Honourable ,the Minister  of Marine and Fisheries
a___y_t__i
. B.C.
§
m 20.19S9
Yip i Sang Company Limi ted' valued. Cl i en t s of outs-'advise-us that the application
for postponement M^he iiiSS Herding. Reason, to -October^fifteen!
if granted will cauae." them considerable loss-of business pstop,
already commenced ta catch herring-and dry salt themf f
.na st
te;
m
They have had
ly are very convijg
been that the es
stop We hope postponement
Charge REID WALLBRIDGE & GIBSON is
ALL NIGHT LETTER MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS
WHICH ARE HEREBY AGREED TO
The Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Telegraph will receive up to but not later than 2.00 A.M. daily, NIGHT LETTERS to
be transmitted for delivery as early as convenient in the morning, but not before 6.00 A.M. at places where this Company's office is open
daily. Where this Company's office is not open on Sundays, NIGHT LETTERS will be delivered on the morning of the next ensuing business
day. The rate for a NIGHT LETTER of fifty words or less will be the same as the standard day Tate between stations for ten words. For.
each additional ten words or less to a NIGHT LETTERGRAM one-fifth of said standard day rate will be charged. The minimum charge
for* any NIGHT LETTER will be thirty cents for fifty words or less.
NIGHT LETTERS may at the option of the Telegraph Company be mailed at destination to the addressee and the Company shall
be deemed to have discharged its obligation in siich cases with respect to delivery by mailing such NIGHT LETTERS at destination, postage
prepaid.     s_i|||
NIGHT -LETTERS Code, Cypher Foreign languages, etc.-will be accepted, in accordance mffi^fopslons under rule 4.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA UNDER ORDER
1|| 162, DATED MARCH 30/1916.   |||
It is agreed between the sender of the message on the face of this form and this Company, that said Company shall not be liable for
damages arising from failure to transmit or deliver, or for any error in the transmission or delivery of an unrepeated telegram, whether happening from negligence Of its servants or otherwise, or for delays from interruptions in the working of its lines, for errors in cypher or obscure
messages, or for errors from illegible writing, beyond the amount received for sending the same.
To guard against errors, the Company will repeat back any telegram for an extra payment of one-half the regular rate, and in that
case the Company shall be liable for damages suffered by the sender to an extent not exceeding $200, due to the negligence of the Company
in the transmission or delivery of the telegram.
Correctness in the transnpssion of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment  of:
premium thereon at the following rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz.: one per cent, for any distance not exceeding 1,000.miles, and two per cent, for any greater distance.
Ilpl This Company shall not be liable for the act or omission of any other Company, but will endeavor to forward the felegram by any
other Telegraph Company necessary to reaching its destination, but only .as the agent of the sender and without liability therefor. The Company shall not be responsible for messages until tne same are presented and accepted at one of its transmitting offices: if a message is sent
to such office by one of the Company's mes&engers, he acts for that purpose as the sender's agent: if by telephone, the person receiving the.
message acts therein as agent of the sender, oeing authorized to absent to these conditions for the sender This  Company shall not be
liable in any case for damages, unless the same be claimed, in writing, within sixty days after receipt of the telegram for transmission.
No employee of the Company is authorized to vary the foregoing H
CANADA;!
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Name No. Name
No.
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Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS.   GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C §?P*?l*!!?..?.?**t. 1 92&,
Messrs* P.Burns & Co* Ltd*,
X6IS Store Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Dear Sire:
As our herring-camp at Horth Galiano Island ii opened
for operation now, please deliver to our camp manager, Mr*
Yip Dang, oare of Yip Sang Company Limited Herring Camp, Shaw's
Jjm%n^iing9  Horth Galiano island, B.C*, the following order:
i Of Beef weekly (varying with hindquarter for one week,
and frontquarter for another week},
60 lbs* of Stew Beef weekly,
and charge same to our account*
Yours truly,
mm sahg co*,
Per
sistant Manager DOCK and WAREHOUSE
GRANVILLE   ISLAND
Of
CABLE    ADDRESS:
BEATYCOVAN   VANCOUVER
BENTLEY'S  COMPLETE
PHRASE and TABLE CODE
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■ELEPHONE SEYMOUR 257
PRIVATE   EXCHANGE
REPRESENTING
CONSOLIDATED DISTILLERIES  LTD.
Vancouver, B.C.
ALLGRADESPURE and denatured alcohol
BRITISH OIL AND CAKE MILLS LTD.
Hull, England
all grades english linseed oil
GOLDEN VALLEY OCHRE AND OXIDE CO.
Bristol, England
complete line of dry COLOURS
BRITISH GLUES AND CHEMICALS LTD.
London, England
all grades bone, hide, and casein glue;
edible & fertilizer bone meals
FOSTER BLACKETT& WILSON LTD.
Hebburn, England
red lead, litharge, white lead, dry and
ground-in-oil, bronze mineral
WM. GOSSAGE AND SONS LTD.
Widnes, England
silicate of soda
glycerine ltd. london, england
all grades glycerine
PETER SPENCE AND SONS LTD.
Manchester, England
all grades alum and sulphate of
ALUMINA
PACIFIC AMMONIA AND CHEMICAL CO.
Seattle, Wash,
anhydrous ammonia, aqua ammonia
DOW CHEMICAL CO. MIDLAND, MlCH.
"DOW FLAKE" CALCIUM CHLORIDE
DIAMOND ALKALI CO. PITTSBURGH
CAUSTIC  SODA,   BICARBONATE OF SODA,
SPECIAL  CLEANERS   AND  ALKALIES
GREAT WESTERN ELECTRO-CHEMICAL
COMPANY
San Francisco
chlorine, chloride of lime, hypochlorite of soda, sulphur dioxide
KUHNE-LIBBYCO. INC. NewYork
PETROLATUM U.S.P. WHITE MINERAL OILS
LODERS AND NUCOLINE LTD.
London, England
cocoa butter substitutes for biscuit
and candy manufacture
WOODHAMS DADE & CO. LTD.
London, England
all grades shellac
WHITE SEA & BALTIC CO. LTD,
London, England
pine TAR
SACHTLEBEN A. G. Koln,
Germany
"sachtleben" brand lithopone
fast to light
DEUTSCHE GASGLUHLICHT-AUER-
GESELLSCHAFT
"DEGEA" TITANIUM OXIDE AND SPECIAL
TITANIUM PIGMENTS
CHEMIKALEIN A.G. Berlin, Germany
EPSOM SALTS, GLAUBER'S SALT
DEUTSCHE CHLORMAGNESIUM SYNDIKAT
MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE SOLID, FLAKE,
CRYSTAL
Naval Stores - Glues - Dry Colours
Industrial Chemicals
325 HOWE  STREET
Vancouver. B.C.
August l6th,  I929
ping- bong9
51  Hastings   St.,   feg
1OLH0 OUTER,   B.C.
DearfSir:
Effective  i
Salt as  follows:
Half-ground
Three|puarter ground
Packers?   fine  salt
Packed  in 12.5-lb.,  ba
Pie r,   "Vanco .uve r ,  B . C.
|glllately,  we Spguote  Fishing
. ,. * p|lO .jpOJfeer ton
11.50     "
17.50     1
• • • • •
f!
• *
■s.  ex LaHPointe
We now have   Salt  arriving in Vanco uver
monthly,  and are  in apposition to   supply from stock
at  all times,   the   ab ove  grades.
Undoubtedly these uprices f|rill be   attractive to   you, and we shall bestial  to  receive an
order for your immediate  requirements,  as well as
your regular incoming  supplies.
Ant ici pat ing 1 he  pr ivi 1 ege  0 f supplying
you with  your  Salt  requirements,  we  are
Yours very  truly,
W.   R.   BEATY §0 0.,   LTD.,
)^y
QDB: 0
Per^uT. Donald Barr,
1AL DfiEIJ. Telephone Seymour 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vane    ver.
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P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
. J&zinblx&iieb    IBBB
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS,   GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C&ep-temhe_f---IGthr
1929.
Gmiya & Co*,
F*0,Box 46,
Steveston, B*C«
Dear Sirs:
Enclosed herewith we are returning yeu two bills which
you sent us for settlement•
1   With regard te Bill He* 15406, dated August 30th, 1929,
we recognise only these items appeared above the r^il  line drawn
thereon, as belonging te our account; we are not responsible for
the ether items belew the red line* And we trust yeu will send
us the eerreeted invoice*
As Bill No* 15408, dated September 7th, 1929 belongs to
Mr* N&katani (<fJ43\t$fc )§ will you please give same to him
yourself?
Yours truly,
WING SANG CO*,
Per
V<X\a^^^J WAf KINS, LOW, LIMITE
1001 Dominion Bank Building
VANCOUVER  B.C.
a
Ex Contract No..
278
To
SHIPPING  INSTRUCTIONS
Messrs Arden Salt Company
22§ Bush Street
San Francisco* Cal#
Date  sept 6th 1929
Commodity
Half ground Saltt  packed in I25s
Quantity
fwo hundred tons
Ship For Account of     Messrs Wing Sang C#
Per Steamer
S#S#T@xada
Loading Date
September Ilth 1929
At
Ban Francisco. Cal«
For Steamer's Discharge at        Chemainus• %*%.
Documents
Air imil to Vancouver
Rate of Freight       *g*°°
per ton, payment on discharge.
Remarks
©eafiriaing our wive ef this date*
Copy to
[as ears Wing Sang &e*
51 Pender Street
City*
Jf not in accordance with your instructions,
please notify us promptly. DAVID ROBERTSON
Pr%S!DENT
o
u
GEORGE R. HACKETT
VICE-PRESIDENT
File No
Wing Sang & Co*
51 E. Pender St
City.
Gentlemen:
DOMINION MILLS LIMITED
executive Office
811-813 Metropolitan Building
Vancouver. B.C.
Jtme 21.1929
The Sales Tax Audit Department have brought to
our attention the fact that Sales Tax must be collected from
all customers excepting those who have furnished us with a
i
proper certificate as required by the Sales Tax Act and it
is found that in most cases the required certificate has not
been obtained-
We are, therefore, enclosing certificate forms as
required to ensure exemption and request that you kindly
sign the appropriate one and give your sales tax number if
the form provides for same, and return to us at your earliest
convenience*
If, for any reason, you cannot sign the enclosed
certificates, please advise us.
Yours very truly,
DOMINION  M!LLSJL!M1TED Telephone Sey. 313
Gable Address "WINGSANG" Vanc-dver.
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A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C. 3&mu*xy---2l&ty---l&$QL*\92
Robertson & Hackett Sawmills Ltd.,
1550 Granville Street, 33
Vancouver, B, 0. ||
Dear Sirs: |i§| ■ %■
a     Enclosed find Cheque, Ho* 92392, for Two Thousand Dollars
(#2,000), payable to your order on account. j||§.
Kindly acknowledge receipt of same*      W
Jts       Yours truly,  fr my'
'H A Wing Sang Co.,  jf'
^Assist. Mgr. 0
No
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TOCERTIFY that I have W^^^^MS^^^^^^,
(s7%&....v&7&t7m\fc^^  boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked y^..!..'.Y/.'.     §_fm_which were cured and packed
m33y3i1WKmr
S
:, ancrroun*
'7^.&. ./$.£.:.£
at.
for shipment, anfrfound the said herflng to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
 ■ • " jp"" ~ '
Date of Inspection^^^!^../rr.....'.. 192.C
Place of InspgjXon "7x7^.£L4C(^4tx<pr,i^....j..A
(/     0  1 7^±L
S^a^-aC. ■ 73<? 7Za*.a,i,
yS     ^^y Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
Nc
1.9.3
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
JHIS IS TP CERTIFY that I have ^^^^^^^^^^^^^M
<&*?. boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
for shipi^jft, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspcclprtt.Qty  19£ .()•.
Place of In&ejetton
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DOCK and WAREHOUSE
GRANVILLE   ISLAND
o
CABLE    ADDRESS:
BEATYCOVAN   VANCOUVER
BENTLEY'S COMPLETE
PHRASE AND TABLE CODE
o
TELEPHONE  SEYMOUR 257
PRIVATE   EXCHANGE
REPRESENTING
CONSOLIDATED DISTILLERIES   LTD.
Vancouver, B.C.
ALLGRADESPURE AND DENATURED ALCOHOL
BRITISH OIL AND CAKE MILLS LTD.
Hull, England
all grades english linseed oil
GOLDEN VALLEY OCHRE AND OXIDE CO.
Bristol, England
complete line of dry colours
BRITISH GLUES AND CHEMICALS LTD.
London, England
all grades bone, hide, and casein glue;
edible & fertilizer bone meals
FOSTER BLACKETT & WILSON LTD.
Hebburn, England
red lead, litharge, white lead, dry and
ground-in-oil, bronze mineral
WM. GOSSAGE AND SONS LTD.
Widnes, England
silicate of soda
GLYCERINE LTD. London, England
ALL GRADES GLYCERINE
PETER SPENCE AND SONS LTD.
Manchester, England
all grades alum and sulphate of
ALUMINA
PACIFIC AMMONIA AND CHEMICAL CO.
Seattle, Wash,
anhydrous ammonia, aqua ammonia
DOW CHEMICAL CO. Midland, Mich.
"DOW FLAKE" CALCIUM CHLORIDE
DIAMOND ALKALI CO. Pittsburgh
CAUSTIC SODA,   BICARBONATE  OF SODA,.
SPECIAL  CLEANERS   AND   ALKALIES
GREAT WESTERN ELECTRO-CHEMICAL
COMPANY
San Francisco
chlorine, chloride of lime, hypochlorite of soda, sulphur dioxide
KUHNE-LIBBYCO. INC. New York
PETROLATUM U.S.P. WHITE MINERAL OILS
LODERS AND NUCOLINE LTD.
London, England
cocoa butter substitutes for biscuit
and candy manufacture
WOODHAMS DADE & CO. LTD.
London, England
all grades shellac
WHITE SEA & BALTIC CO. LTD,
London, England
pine TAR
SACHTLEBEN A. G. KOLN,
Germany
"sachtleben" brand lithopone
fast to light
DEUTSCHE GASGLUHLICHT-AUER-
GESELLSCHAFT
"DEGEA" TITANIUM OXIDE AND SPECIAL
TITANIUM PIGMENTS
CHEMIKALEIN A.G. Berlin, Germany
EPSOM SALTS, GLAUBER'S SALT
DEUTSCHECHLORMAGNESIUM SYNDIKAT
MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE SOLID, FLAKE,
CRYSTAL
Naval Stores - Glues - Dry Colours
Industrial Chemicals
325  HOWE  STREET
Vancouver. B.C.
January 8th,  1930.
Mr.  Yip Mow,
Wing Sang & Co.,
51 E.  Pender Street,
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Gentlemen:
We specialize in the following fisheries1
supplies, and are now arranging our stocks for the°1930 season*
We have pleasure in quoting you the following prices:
Bluest one:
Large crystals.
packed in 500 lb. barrels
©
*&
per
lb.
Pale. Boiled Linseed Oil:   "Thistle" Brand.
Pine Tar:
packed in drums  of 45 gallons
@ sfl.25 per 9 lb. gallon,  drums  included.
(This  is the recognized oil for nets,  and is used
by the majority of fishing companies  in British
Columbia.     It has good  "body",   is quick-drying,
and co nformsto all  "fishery"   specifications).
% |18.00 per barrel of about 450 lbs. net.
Prices^fere net ex warehouse,  Vancouver,  sales
tax, if any, extra.     The market on Bluest one and Linseed Oil is
very firm, with higher prices expected.    We advise that you place
your orders with us now,   stating approximately when you will^require
delivery.    You can rely on us having the goods in stock for you,
to be delivered just when you need them.    Please advise us at your
earliest -what   quantities you will require.
attention.
You can rely on your orders receiving every
Yours very: truly,
W.  R. BMT-Y^/cO.   LTD.
Per:   \j/^bonald Barr,
JDB)IH.
Chemical DeSt. 1
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PRODUCERS
REFINERS      -      DISTRIBUTORS
PHONE   86
P. O.   BOX   67
J. D. GALLOWAY
DISTRIBUTOR
NANAIMO
CANADA
Wing Sang Company,
51 IS. Pender Street,
Vancouver, 3. C.
Gent Ion en:
January 10,  1930.
Attention Iflr.  Yip L.ow«
Enclosed herewith please find our statement for goods delivered
during the month of October at Porlier Pass amount ing. t o $83* 40. We
would appreciate a check for this amount *
Year
Thanking■ you for this business and wishing you a successful Few
r "truly, UM/    Ob.
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Claim.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION ACT
BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYER'S REPORT OF ACCIDENT
(Forward promptly lo Workmen's Compensation Board, 402 Pender St. W., Vancouver, B. C.)
WHEN ACCIDENT DISABLES WORKMEN FOR MORE  THAN THREE DAYS FILL IN ALL BLANKS; IF DISABLED
FOR THREE DAYS OR LESS, ANSWER FIRST SIX QUESTIONS.    (REQUIRED UNDER SEC. 43, CH. 77, 1916.)
Name of injured workman  (in full) ShiUl_i-r ©--Hi&hi-h&SBar ' - - - Occupation.JFi-S]a*r_BI3-ll
** (At time of accident)
Address _.p_#__Q__3)ys^^y__J^._-S-tOT>©4i^©ll*--B-#--C-» > Province of British Columbia.
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Age 429-»-  Sex_ _ J|&ie-     British or what allegiance. _.J&p&ne&e  	
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Address ££-P-endW--St •--&*,-
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1    Give the month, date and hour of the accident.
Give the month, date and hour workman first laid off
work after accident.
In what city, town or place did it happen?
2    Describe fully how and where accident occurred, mentioning the part of plant, works, machine, tool,
article, or other matter or thing connected with
the accident.
What was workman doing at moment of accident?
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Give month, date and hour when you were first notified of the accident.
4    What injury did workman sustain?
5    Give name and address of attending physician.
6 Is injured workman a relative or partner?   Specify.
7 Was there any serious and wilful misconduct on the
part of the workman?   If so, specify.
Jtouasy-0thr,- j 19$&- at--8-°'cIock-p-m-
3.3-^q. &0,^ , 192.__, at.-.3.o'clock..p.m.
J^j^th-Ck^-ia-HO-.[-S-* Province of British Columbia.
iVfe - -the- moment- - of- -aoe-i&ent»- - the- -workman - wa& - bailing - fi-sh- -fa?©m -the - -ne-te--
fco--t-£ie--sco»-when- -the- -w-ind --foroedr-the
■&€i^ae-b-oatr-OH--wMofer-ii® -^as-working,
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die finger of Mb right hand.
..Was it part of his regular work? V"eS"	
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Vancouver, B. C.
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8    Was any person not in your employ to blame for the
accident?   Specify.
9    Suggest anything you can to prevent such accidents.
10    Give names and addresses of witnesses of accident—
two if possible,
11    If Doctor not consulted within three days attach a
letter showing first aid treatment given.
12    Where is injured workman now?
13    Is workman now working again?
If not, is he able to do so?
Did he work any after first laying off? If so, give dates.
14    What were the workman's weekly earnings with you
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at time of accident?
$..2Sl»Q0 - per week.
15   How long had you been paying him at this rate?
 _8-_:__How many days a week does he work?
16   How long had he been working for you at the work
in which he was injured?
17    What were his total earnings for the twelve months,
or shorter period with you, prior to accident?
$_-.325^afrom_.0e*-ISti9&--, to.jas--atiii9aa.«
18    During how much, if any,  of that time  did he  not
work?    ||g|
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19    Give the cause and the duration of each important loss
of time.
Usual close down weeks.   Sickness .weeks.
Business slack.     .weeks.   Holidaying- weeks.
(If any other cause, specify.)
20    Have you paid or allowed, or do vou intend to pay or
allow,   the  injured   workman   anything   for   the
period of his disability?   If so, give particulars.
|p_;      Amount $._
How much did you pay him for the day he laid off
work?    ig||                                               HI
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Hills—=$=^=	
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I dee-are all the above to be true and correct.
& Employer's Name - -Yip- -Sang. G
Signed this...UOJ-h.day of.fenjUMy. , 19$Q- Signed by ...AuUaA^l^
at-..?anfiOJLlMr.^.--SL | British Columbia. Official Title .  _gearre£.aJy flfl&HT   LBFT Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address -WINGSANG" Vancouver.
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WING SANG CO.
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WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &.  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. c. --^-a»uaiy-.9.thf„.X93-Qm.i92
Dodwell & Oo* Ltd»»
525 Seymour Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
Bear Sires
We are in receipt of your letter of the 7th inst.
We oeg to advise you that we will ship about 1,200 boxes of
Dry  St.lt Herring by S. S* Teucer sailing January 28th,
Yours vesy truly,
wina SAKG CO,,
per 3000 .    9 - 29.
jill Ocean Steam Ship Gos^ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Go.,ltd.
_LI!K BPMMMKi liOM
Dodwell & Co.,  Ltd.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
Seattle, Wash. Vancouver, B.C.
Sax Fraxcisco, Cal.     Los Angeles, Cal.
Telegraphic Address
"DODWELL"
YAICOWEB B.C.   JAMJARY 7th 1920
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essrs. Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St. E.,
YAICOUYER B.C.
Pear Sirs:
S.S. "TEUCER* TOY. T.P. 7
mmtosmamima&mMmmm
Please advise by return if you will
be shipping quantity of salt fish for whioh we are
reserving space for you, in the above vessel, sailing
January 28th#
Yours faithfully.
Per Pro DODWELL & CQHPANY LTD,
Assistant Manager*
DMC/M DOCK and WAREHOUS1
GRANVILLE   ISLAND
o
CABLE    ADDRESS:
BEATYCOVANVANCOUVER
BENTLEY'S COMPLETE
PHRASE and TABLE CODE
a
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 257
PRIVATE   EXCHANGE
REPRESENTING
CONSOLIDATED DISTILLERIES  LTD.
Vancouver, B.C.
ALLGRADES PURE AND DENATURED ALCOHOL
BRITISH OIL AND CAKE MILLS LTD.
Hull, England
all grades english linseed oil
GOLDEN VALLEY OCHREAND OXIDE CO.
Bristol, England
complete line of dry colours
BRITISH GLUES AND CHEMICALS LTD.
London, England
all grades bone, hide, and casein glue;
edible & fertilizer bone meals
FOSTER BLACKETT& WILSON LTD.
Hebburn, England
red lead, litharge, white lead, dry and
ground-in-oil, bronze mineral
Wm. GOSSAGE AND SONS LTD.
Widnes, England
silicate of soda
glycerine ltd. london, england
all grades glycerine
PETER SPENCE AND SONS LTD.
Manchester, England
all grades alum and sulphate of
ALUMINA
PACIFIC AMMONIA AND CHEMICAL CO.
Seattle, Wash,
anhydrous ammonia, aqua ammonia
DOW CHEMICAL CO. MIDLAND, MlCH.
"DOW FLAKE" CALCIUM CHLORIDE
DIAMOND ALKALI CO. Pittsburgh
CAUSTIC  SODA,   BICARBONATE  OF  SODA,
SPECIAL CLEANERS   AND  ALKALIES
GREAT WESTERN ELECTRO-CHEMICAL
COMPANY
San Francisco
chlorine, chloride of lime, hypochlorite of soda, sulphur dioxide
KUHNE-LIBBYCO. INC. NewYork
PETROLATUM U.S.P. WHITE MINERAL OILS
LODERS AND NUCOLINE LTD.
London,England
cocoa butter substitutes for biscuit
and candy manufacture
WOODHAMS DADE & CO. LTD.
London, England
all grades shellac
WHITE SEA & BALTIC CO. LTD,
London, England
pine TAR
SACHTLEBEN A. G. Koln,
Germany
"sachtleben" brand lithopone
fast to light
DEUTSCHE GASGLUHLICHT-AUER-
GESELLSCHAFT
"DEGEA" TITANIUM OXIDE AND SPECIAL
TITANIUM PIGMENTS
CHEMIKALEIN A.G. BERLIN, GERMANY
EPSOM SALTS, GLAUBER'S SALT
DEUTSCHE CHLORMAGNESIUM SYNDIKAT
MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE SOLID, FLAKE,
CRYSTAL
Naval Stores - Glues - Dry Colours
Industrial Chemicals
325 HOWE STREET
Vancouver. B.C,
January 6,  1930.
Wing Sang Co.,
51 Pender St. East,
Vancouver, B. C.
Gentlemen:
Attention: Mr. Yip Mow.
Re: jg Ground Salt.
You will be interested to know that
our two recent large shipments of Herring Salt have
proved very satisfactory. We have made deliveries to the
majority of the herring salteries with complete success.
We can give you the advantage of
immediate delivery from Vancouver stock, subject to the
goods being available -when you order. Our present price
is $9.50 per ton, net, delivered on to your saltery dock,
minimum quantities of 100 tons, packed in good sacks of 125
lbs.
We should be glad to reserve 100 or 200
tons for delivery at your convenience, provided that
delivery is taken before the end of January. This would
ensure you of Salt supplies and enable you to obtain
delivery at your plant within notice of a day or two.
Yours very truly,
W. R. BEATY & CO. LTD.
'y>y
Pev^/ J» Donald Barr,
JDB)IH.
Chemical Dept. 0.
i
Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver^
WING SANG CO.
CODES
I B
P.O. Box 15
B. C. 5th. Edition
B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
|teh*Mi-.J!*fr    IBBB
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
.     51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C. 3Mtmj& .%%....
192
Dodwell & Co. Ltd.|
525 Seymour Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
I
Gentlemen:
We beg to enclose herewith our sMppi&g- instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Yanoouvert B. C. January 28th 1930.      j|   M
|§§. f§   Kindly majlfc  out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars*
Steamer j||§
Mark |f§
Ho. of Boxes
Description!!
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
$x Lighter
Ho. of Copies
B/L required
Xflt    TMJCER
Salted Herring
Wing Sang Co. iBB
Sam Wo Hing & Co. 21 %ueen St.
Hong- Kong llfeg
S#  S.   "Bervin
tnR
6 copies
Yours truly |
Wing Sang Co. Telephone Sey. 313
Gable Address "Wing'sang-" Vancouver.
CODES
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS.
IMPORTERS    4.    EXPORTERS
P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mb.XIth. 192Q.
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.,
525 Seymour St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen:
beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Feb I6th 1950.
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer
S.S.^Taltfcybius"
Mark
Y.M.
No of Package
118 boxes
Description
Salted Herring
Shipper
Wing Sang Co*,
Consignee
Sam Wo Hing & Co.,
Destination
Hong Kong
Kx Lighter
S.S.*Bervinw
Ho of copied
B/L required
6 copies
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.,
per Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address 'WINGSANG" Vancouver.
a
CODES
!
P.O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
Jan 2nd ....\q£.9.
Dodwell & Co., Ltd.,
525 Seymour St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen:
We beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned foods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver9 B.C* Jan 9th 1930.
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer
Hark
So ef Package
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
Ex Lighter
Ho of copied
b/l required
S.S.^ndareus*
Y.M.
•98 boxes
Salted Hsrrlng
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Co.,  21 Queen St.,
Hong Kong
S.S*wBMVin»
6 copies
Yours truly,
Wing Sang Co.,
per .. 10
Telephone Sey. 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
codes
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P.O. Box 15
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Bentley's
WING SANG CO.
IfetafcteliJfcb-    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS, GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS &  EXPORTERS
51   PENDER   STREET  EAST
Vancouver, b. c. .Jan-tod
19?£
B.W.Greer & Son Ltd*,
602 Hastings St.,W.,
Vanoouver, B.C.
Gentlemeni
We bog to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Jan 3rd 1930*
Kindly make out Bills of lading in accordance with the
following particulars.
Steamer
Mark
He ef Packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee p
Destination
Bx Lighter
Ve of copies
B/L required
"Shldsuoka Maru*
About 600 boxes
Salted Herring
ng Sang Co*,
Sam Wo Hing & Co., 21 Queen st*,
Hong Kong
wBervin**
6 copies
Yours truly,
ng Sang Cc, IA
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Dodwell & Co., Ltd.
General Agents for Pacific Coast
SbattiiE, Wash. Vancouver, B.C.
San Fkaxcisco, Cal.     Los Axgei.es, Cal.
Telegraphic Address
"DODWELL"
VJ3MWESR B.C.  DECEAOER 20th 1929.
Messrs.  Wing Sang & Co.,
51 Pender St. B«9
VANCOUVER    B.C.
Dear Sirs:
S.S* *2?mDAREIJS» VOY*   T*P*  44
We wish to advise that the S.S* *_raH)ARE0*S,t
will return here to load outward on December 29th and
will berth at the Ballantyne Pier*
We would, therefore, re guest that you
arrange to have your cargo available for loading on
vessel1 s arrival, famishing us as soon as possible
with Shipping Instructions and Export documents*
3MC/M
Yours faithfully,
Per Pro DODWELL &  G0MP1HY LTD*
Assistant Manager* i .ii   is    scggggggaage
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have ^^^^^^^^^^^^M
boxes of dry salted herring
which were cured and packed
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked..../.. .7.. /....'..
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for shipment^and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
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CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
IS IS TOCERTIFY that I have inspected...7.Q.:Q.C.
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boxes of dry salted herring
marked /3... 1773)7. which were cured and packed
by...
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y.3M
at...  I ^^^«^^^^^m^Bk
for shipment, and found &e said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date of Inspection
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have ^^^^^^^^^^^^p
v9jfct^./6^ of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)      / f
marked /37....133X7. ^ which were cured and packed
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for shipmentrand found thersaid herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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Date of Inspecti
Place of Inspection
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
'miS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...cl^.^..^..^^?^<>
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.    (Quantity to be written in full) /J
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for shipmentj-and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.../ .^..Q.O^^Dfie^
^^^^^^Sg^^^^^^- boxes of dry salted herring
.    (Quantity to be written in full)
marked (.7..!....13. .^.....^^../^which were cured and packed
^^^^^^^^^^^S	
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for shipment, ana found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
Date oj Inspection..../v..J^../#./.. 192 .#... *  g§| y
Place of Inspection 773&&^ & L* doyl**^
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
No
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THJS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected... / .^..#..#.-^^^
^^^^^^^m^^^^^S: boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked r.3.'....l7. tt j>_*s-which were cured and packed
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes.
7£
Date of Inspection...A)..^C^./6^...'.. 192 9.....
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing **af*f.
telephone 414
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report.jf§38
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grjM. uj ■ «a
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I »efer to ih#
heirSMturity or
tdition ox
rid as to
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evidence of red feed . in t'J
tttv
apoil fifth by deterioration.    Should .-anyone' report the
presence '--of any  feml.ei fish in  any &kitpmeh%mX would advise
that you have them state in  their opinion, Whether the
deterioration tas due to faulty .curing *|$>aoking or shipping
on the  ,ob@ ,ftSandf   or whether it would be dn<e to the e-ondltion if
m 2  m
r 9th t 1929.
^a^taiira^p^adford,
of - -the .f ish' at the  time
were caught». on the dther hand*
in view of Mr* Vound*a statement that he is
endeavoring to Obtain a full report from Mr*  SyJSeg,   th
ae
ft^_lWtik&
#mfja^%^;-Kong-,  it is to
if 3
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axe*.
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feion
k&nees
tun
th  bte^?se • §3
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7rMe OamriisBimiet direct hi
the ri
of
of thm$$|
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be will; gives you & 00ay
or will   b&^tfen&in**  ta
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not-'ftate ^t^t^you^^Bd a different Dsrt  tofpttawa
and it
^erp^o \kn o?'' j ti st. e3£_4i i ly ~il&e wordingadf
til© report
belfii
__m§\ is making xto; Ottawa* 'm$
3on ae a!3|,thi.a.information  i« obtained,
'■...-. is "  ■   ;    '■"
iall' the*t- 'be in a.pt^itioa. to ia&e the matter
'**w- ***»■
4w,<.i
era and- I thin&%e ehail be suo'e-es^i'
in having the opening date  set cons
•lier th
Odtober i5th*
1fo.urs truly,
Frank-f .-011131 iffe liw Telephone Sey. 313
Cablfe Address "Wingrsang" Vancouver.
P. O. Box 15
CODE
WING SANG CO.
A.
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A. B. C 5th. Edition
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p,&tMi&keb  XBBB
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS,    GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
Vancouver. B. c. Becsmb.ftr Iltk
192.9*
Union Oil Oo. of Canada Ltd.,
Fourth Floor, B.C. Mining Building,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sirs:
We enoloee herewith cheque Ho. 92309 for $738*87 for
payment of accounts ending October 31st, 1929*
We deducted items of July 20th for $3»00t and August
7th for $2«40| totalling $5.40 from the original amount #744.27
which appeared in your statement, because our books contain no
such records, and besides the car mentioned, the license number
of which is 59-882$ does not belong to our company»
a|tr    Kindly acknowledge receipt of same.
Yours trulyt
Wing San^; Company,
Per That the Ship may commence discharV-*i' immediately on arrival, and discharge continuobsfy, regardless of weather. \The Collector
of the Port (if there be one at the port of discharge) being hereby authorized to grant a general order for discharge immediately on arrival
and upon discharge the responsibility of the Carrier shall cease and the goods shall be at the risk of the Consignee, and if. not*aken by him
within such time as is provided by the regulations, if any, at the Port of Discharge, they may be stored by the Carrier at thjs expense and ri&c
of their owners. Porterage of the delivery of the Cargo at their option to be done by the Agents of the Ship at their tariff rates at the
expense and risk of the receivers of the goods. Tonnage and shed dues shall be payable by the receivers of the goods. When the goods are
carried to a port or place where there is no wharfinger, warehouseman or other responsible person to receive same on behalf of the consignee the
consignee shall be on hand to receive the goods, package by package as discharged, and if the consignee is not on hand to receive the said goods
package by package as discharged, the master may deliver the goods by depositing the same on any float, landing stage, wharf, or on the sea
shore, or on the bank of the river, or other usual place for delivering goods at the place of destination.
9. That full freight is payable on damaged or unsound goods, but no freight is due on an increase in bulk or weight, caused by the absorption of water during the voyage.
10. In the event of claims for short delivery when the ship reaches her destination, the price shall be the market prices at the place and
time of shipment, unless a lower value has been declared, and unless written notice of any claim for loss or damage to any goods shall be
given before taking delivery thereof.
11. The shipowner is not to be liable for any damage to any goods, however caused, which are capable of being covered by insurance,
nor for any claim notice of which is not given before the removal of the goods; nor for claims for damage or detention to goods, whether under
through Bills of Lading or otherwise, where the damage is done or detention occurs whilst the goods are not in the possession of the Shipowner ; nor in any case for more than the market price aforementioned or declared value Of the goods whichever shall be the- leastr   -
12. Freight payable by weight is to be paid on the gross weight landed from the ship, unless otherwise agreed, as in the case of grain
and seed. Parcels for different consignees collected or made up in single packages addressed to one Consignee to pay full freight on each
parcel.
13. That goods destined to ports, places or docks other than the Ship's port, place or dock of discharge are to be forwarded from
thence at the expense and risk of their owners and subject to all conditions exacted by the Carriers who complete the transit.
14. That in the event of the vessel being prevented by ice, shallow water or other obstructions to navigation from reaching destined port, the
Master reserves the liberty of either landing Cargo at nearest open port he can reach with safety or bringing it back to port of shipment or
transhipment, in either case at owner's risk and expense, but charging outward freight only; or should the last vessel of the season have
sailed for the above destined port the goods may be sent to the port nearest to their destination with which there is direct communication, or
they may be warehoused at the intermediate port at the expense and risk of the owners of the goods.
15. In case the whole or any part of the goods specified herein be prevented by any cause from going in the ship, if" any named herein,
or be overcarried or landed at an intermediate port, the Carrier is only required to forward them by preceding, or succeeding steamer of its
line, or by the first available steamer of any other line; and incurs no further liability. The statement in this Bill of Lading as to the shipment of the goods shall not be conclusive against the Carrier if such goods or part thereof, are not so shipped, and notwithstanding that
notice to that effect be not given.
16. Also that this Bill of Lading, duly endorsed, be given up in exchange for delivery order.
|p|17.   Also that freight prepaid will not be returned, goods lost or not lost.
18. Also that in accepting this Bill of Lading, the shipper acting for himself and on behalf of the owner and/or consignee of the goods
and the holder of the Bill of Lading agree to be bound by all its terms, stipulations, exceptions and conditions, whether written or printed,
as being the contract on which the rate of freight is based, and that it is binding on such shipper and/or owner, and/or consignee, as fully
as if the said terms, stipulations, exceptions and conditions were all signed by them, notwithstanding any custom or usage of any port at
which the vessel may load or discharge which may in any respect vary or conflict with any of the said terms, stipulations, exceptions or conditions. Connecting Carriers, their servants and employees shall not be held to be the agents, servants or employees of the Ship or her owners;
and no liability shall attach to the ship on this Bill of Lading, for any goods not carried by her, which may. be covered hereby; and the Ship's
contract is completed on discharging as herein provided the identical goods delivered to her at her port of loading, irrespective of the description of same in this Through Bill of Lading
19. Also that in the event of the owner, agent, charterer or master, or anyone on behalf of the Carrier paying any claim for loss of or
damage to any of the said goods, they shall be subrogated to that extent in the rights of the owner, shipper, consignee, and, orrinsured with
respect to any insurance that may have been effected upotn or. on account of the said goods, and entitled, in ievery way to the full benefit of any
•such insurance with respect to the amount so paid.
20. Also that the Master of the Ship and owners or agents shall have a lien on and right of sale over the goods, not only for the freight
and charges herein, and for all payments made and liabilities incurred in respect of any charges stipulated herein, to be borne by the owners
of the goods, but also for all previously unsatisfied freight and charges due to them by the consignees, and whether payable in advance at
the port of shipment or not. That the shipper and/or owner of the goods are liable together and separately for such freight and charges and
for all other expenses incurred in the event of goods unclaimed or refused by consignees and sold by company's agents or by Customs not realizing sufficient to pay same in full.
21. Carrier is not required to notify Consignee of arrival of goods.
22. General average payable by cargo according, to York-Antwerp Rules, 1924, without any allowance for credit or discount, one
pound sterling being considered equal to $4.80 American gold.
23. The foregoing conditions respecting water carriage shall also apply to goods to be subsequently forwarded by rail, until the goods
are actually on board cars; and on rail shipments to be subsequently forwarded by water carriage from time goods are unloaded from cars.
24. This Bill of Lading is issued subject to all the terms and provisions of, and all the exemptions from liability contained in "THE
WATER CARRIAGE OF GOODS ACT," enacted by Dominion Parliament of Canada, Chap. 61 of Statutes of Canada, 9-10 Edw. VII., Section
4 of which is as follows:
"4   Where any Bill of Lading or similar document of title to goods contains any clause, covenant or agreement whereby:
(a) The owner, charterer, master or agent of any ship, or the ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising
from negligence, fault or failure in the proper loading, stowage, custody, care or delivery of goods received by them or any of them
to be carried in, or by the ship; or
(b) any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip and supply the ship, and
make and keep the ship seaworthy, and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of
the ship in which goods are carried, fit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation are in any wise lessened, weakened
or avoided; or '3111
(c) the obligations of the Master, officers,  agents or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow,goods, and to care for, preserve
and properly deliver them, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; such xslause, covenant or. agreement shall be illegal, null
and void, and of no effect unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this Act."
(B)    With respect to Railway Carriage:
The following conditions are the only conditions applicable to the shipment while being transported by rail, and do not apply to water
carriage.
Sec. 1. The Carrier of any of the goods herein described shall be liable for any loss thereof or damage thereto except as hereinafter
provided.
Sec. 2. In the case of shipments from one point in Canada to another point in Canada, or where goods are shipped under a joint tariff,
the Carrier issuing this Bill of Lading, in addition to its ether liabilities hereunder, shall be liable for any loss, damage, or injury to such
goods from which the other Carrier is not by the terms of this Bill of Lading relieved, caused by, or resulting from the act, neglect or default
of any other Carrier to which such goods may be delivered in Canada, or under such joint tariff, or' over whose line or lines such goods may
pass in Canada, or under such joint tariff the onus of proving that such loss was not so caused or did not so result, being upon the Carrier
issuing this Bill of Lading. The Carrier issuing this Bill of Lading shall be entitled to recover from the other Carrier on whose line or lines
the loss, damage, or injury to the said goods shall have been sustained, the amount of such loss, damage or injury, as it may be required
to pay hereunder, as may be evidenced by any receipt, judgment, or transcript thereof. Nothing in this section shall deprive the holder of this
Bill of Lading or party entitled to the goods of any remedy or right of action which he may have against the Carrier issuing this Bill of
Lading, or any other Carrier.
Sec. 3. The Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage, or delay to any of the goods herein described, caused by the act of God, the
King's or public enemies, riots, strikes, defect, or inherent vice in the goods, or the act or default of the shipper or owner, for differences in
weights of grain, seed or other commodities caused by natural shrinkage or discrepancies in elevator weights when the elevators are not operated
by the Carrier, unless the weights are evidenced by Government certificate; the authority of law or by quarantine. For loss, damage or delay,
except where cartage is to be performed by the Carrier or its agents, caused by fire occurring after forty-eight hours (exclusive of legal holidays), or in the case of bonded goods seventy-two hours (exclusive of legal holidays), after written notice of the arrival of said goods at
destination or at port of export (if intended for export and not covered by a through Bill of Lading) has been sent or given, the Carrier's
liability shall be that of warehouseman only. Except in case of negligence of the Carrier (and the burden of proving freedom from such
negligence shall be on the Carrier), the Carrier shall not be liable for loss, damage or delay occurring while the goods are stopped and held
burden of proving freedom from such negligence shall be on the Carrier.
Sec. 4. No Carrier is bound to transport said goods by any particular train or vessel or in time for any particular market or- otherwise
than as required by law, unless by specific agreement endorsed hereon. Every Carrier in case of physical necessity shall have the rigtot '*tcr forward said goods by any railway or route between the point of shipment and the point of destination, but if such diversion be from a rail to
a water route the liability of the Carrier shall.be the same as though the entire carriage were by rail.
The amount of any loss or damage for which any Carrier is liable shall be computed on the basis of the value of the,goods at the place
and time of shipment under this Bill of Lading (including the freight and other charges, if paid, and the duty if paid or payable, and not
refunded), unless a lower value has been represented in writing by the shipper or has been agreed upon or is determined by the classification
or tariff upon which the rate is based, in any of which events such lower value shall be the amount to govern such computation; whether or
not such loss or damage occurs from negligence. ?
When under the terms of the classification or special reduced tariffs, the goods are carried at owner's risk, such conditions are intended
to cover only such risks as are necessarily incidental to transportation, and shall not relieve the Carrier from liability for any loss, damage
or delay which may result from any negligence or omission of the Carrier, its a\gents or employees, and the burden of proving freedom from
such negligence or omission shall be on the Carrier. J
Notice of loss, damage or delay must be made in writing to the Carrier at the point of delivery, or to the Carrier at the point of origin,
within four months after delivery of the goods, cr in case of failure to make delivery, then within four months after a reasonable time for
delivery has elapsed. Unless notice is so given the Carrier shall not be liable.
Any Carrier or party liable on account of loss of or damage to any of said goods on reimbursing to the insured the premiums paid in
respect thereof, shall have the full benefit of any insurance that may have been effected upon or on account of said goods so far as this shall
not avoid the policies or contracts of insurance.
Sec 5 Grain in bulk consigned to a point where the Carrier has an elevator or warehouse, or where there is a public or licensed elevator
or warehouse may be there delivered and placed with other grain of the same kind and grade without respect to" ownership; provided that this
shall not apply to a point of final delivery if it is otherwise expressly noted hereon, unless the grain is not promptly unloaded after written notice
of arrival has been sent or given to the person named herein. Grain so delivered shall be subject to a lien for elevator charges in addition to all
other charges hereunder.
Sec 6 Goods not removed by the party entitled to receive them within forty-eight hours (exclusive of legal holidays), or, in the case
of bonded goods, within seventy-two hours (exclusive of legal holidays), after written notice has been sent or given, may be kept in car,
station or place of delivery, or warehouse of the Carrier, subject to a reasonable charge for storage and to the Carrier's responsibility as warehouseman only or may at the option of the Carrier (after written notice of the Carrier's intention to do so has been sent or given), be
removed to and stored in a public or licensed warehouse at the cost of the owner, and there held at the risk of the owner and without liability
on the part of the Carrier, and subject to a lien for all freight and other lawful charges, including a reasonable charge for storage.
Goods in carloads shipped from a private siding or a station, wharf or landing where there is no duly authorized agent, shall be at the
risk of the owner until the car is lifted or Bill of Lading is issued by the Carrier, and thereafter shall be at the risk of the Carrier. Goods
in carloads destined to a private siding or station, wharf or landing where there is- no duly authorized agent, shall be at the risk of the Carrier
until placed on the delivery siding.
All goods shall be subject to necessary cooperage and baling, at owner's cost.
Sec 7 No Carrier shall be bound to carry any documents, specie or any articles of extraordinary value not specifically rated in the published classification or tariffs unless a special agreement to do so (the duty of obtaining such special agreement to be on the Carrier when the
nature of such goods is disclosed herein), and a stipulated value of the articles are endorsed hereon. If such goods are carried without a
special agreement and the nature of the goods is not disclosed hereon, the Carrier shall not be liable for any loss or damage thereto. /
Sec 8 The owner or consignee shall pay the freight and all other lawful charges accruing on said goods, and if required shall pay the
same before delivery. If, upon inspection, it is ascertained that the goods shipped are not those described in this Bill of Lading, the freight
charges must be paid upon the goods actually shipped, with any additional penalties lawfully payable thereon.
Sec 9 Except in case of diversion from rail to water route, which is provided for in Section 4 hereof, and except as provided hereafter,
if all or any part of said goods is carried by water over any part of said route, such water carriage shall be performed, subject to the liabilities,
limitations and exemptions provided by statute and to the conditions contained in this Bill of Lading, not inconsistent with such statute or
this section and subject, also to the conditions that no carrier or party in possession sjiall be liable for any loss or damage resulting from the
perils of the lake, sea or other waters; or from explosion, bursting of boilers, or breakage of shafts, not arising from the negligence of the
Carrier, or from any latent defect in hull, machinery or appurtenances; or from collision, stranding, or other accidents of navigation, or from
prolongation of the voyage. And any vessel carrying any or all of the goods herein described shall be at liberty to call at intermediate ports,
to tow and be towed, and assist vessels in distress, and to deviate for the purpose of saving life or goods.
The term "water carriage" in this section shall not be construed as including lighterage or car ferriage across rivers or in lake or
other harbors, and the liability for such lighterage or car ferriage shall be governed by the other sections hereof. If the goods are being
carried under a tariff which provides that any Carrier or Carriers party thereto shall be liable for loss from perils of the sea, then as to such
Carrier or Carriers the provisions of this section shall be modified in accordance with the provisions of the tariff, which shall be treated as
incorporated into the conditions of this Bill of Lading.
Sec 10 Every party, whether principal or agent, shipping explosives or dangerous goods without previous full written disclosure to the
Carrier or its agent of their nature, shall be liable for all loss or damage caused thereby, and such-goods may be warehoused at owner's
risk and expenses or destroyed without compensation.
Sec. 11. Any alteration, addition or erasure in this Bill of Lading shall be signed or initialed in the margin by an agent of the Carrier
issuing the same, and if not so signed or initialed shall be without effect, and this Bill of Lading shall be enforceable according to its original
tenor.
And FINALLY in accepting this Bill of Lading, the Shipper, Owner and Consignee of the goods, and the holder of the Bill of Lading,
agrees to be bound by all its stipulations, exceptions and conditions whether written or printed, as fully as if they were all signed by such
Shipjper, Owner, Consignee or Holder. I
(M)—Form of Invoice approved by Canadian Customs
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No. 1224
For sale by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., Stationers, Printers and Bookbinders, 565 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. case may be.
The following Certificate of Value is prescribed for invoices of
goods sold and exported to Canada, to be signed by the exporter
or by a partner, official or employee of the exporter having a
knowledge of the facts certified to, and to be written, printed
or stamped on the invoice.
FORM M
I, the undersigned, do hereby certify as follows:
(1) That I am the ((xp^ftt Manager   exporter of the goods ™^*S,Ef
in the within invoice mentioned or described; prindpSofficial,
giving rank as the
(2) That the said invoice is in all respects correct and true;
(3) That the said invoice contains a true and full statement showing the price actually paid or to be paid for the said goods, the actual
quantity thereof, and all charges thereon;
(4) That the said invoice also exhibits the fair market value of the
said goods at the time and place of their direct exportation to Canada
and as when sold at the same time and place in like quantity and condition for home consumption, in the principal markets of the country
whence exported directly to Canada without any discount or deduction
for cash, or on account of any drawback or bounty, or on account of
any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for
home consumption but not payable when exported, or on account of
the exportation thereof or for any special consideration whatever;
(5) That no different invoice of the goods mentioned in said invoice
has been or will be furnished to any one; and
(6) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase
price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered into between
the said exporter and purchaser or by any one on behalf of either of
them, either by way of discount, rebate, salary, compensation, or in
any other manner whatsoever, other than as shown in the said invoice.
(7) That each article on this invoice is bona fide the produce or
manufacture of the country specified on the invoice in the column
provided for that purpose.
Datedftko yranelseo Oal (|Si8natur
this 9$A day o£P«#. The following Certificate of Value is prescribed for invoices of
goods sold and exported to Canada, to be signed by the exporter
or by a partner, official or employee of the exporter having a
knowledge of the facts certified to, and to be written, printed
or stamped on the invoice.
FORM M
I, the undersigned, do hereby certify as follows:
(1) That I am the (aJ&cp©Ffc Manager   exporter of the goods ££££**
in the within invoice mentioned or described;
(2) That the said invoice is in all respects correct and true;
(3) That the said invoice contains a true and full statement showing the price actually paid or to be paid for the said goods, the actual
quantity thereof, and all charges thereon;
(4) That the said invoice also exhibits the fair market value of the
said goods at the time and place of their direct exportation to Canada
and as when sold at the same time and place in like quantity and condition for home consumption, in the principal markets of the country
whence exported directly to Canada without any discount or deduction
for cash, or on account of any drawback or bounty, or on account of
any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for
home consumption but not payable when exported, or on account of
the exportation thereof or for any special consideration whatever;
(5) That no different invoice of the goods mentioned in said invoice
has been or will be furnished to any one; and
(6) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase
price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered into between
the said exporter and purchaser or by any one on behalf of either of
them, either by way of discount, rebate, salary, compensation, or in
any other manner whatsoever, other than as shown in the said invoice.
(7) That each article on this invoice is bona fide the produce or
manufacture of the country specified on the invoice in the column
provided for that purpose.
the word
manager,
chief clerk or
principal official,
giving rank as the
case may be.
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this i*& day of£&0*        £f     I
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No. 1224
For sale by H. S. Crocker Co., Inc., Stationers, Printers and Bookbinders, 565 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. I&.
The following Certificate of Value is prescribed for invoices of
goods sold and exported to Canada, to be signed by the exporter
or by a partner, official or employee of the exporter having a
knowledge of the facts certified to, and to be written, printed
or stamped on the invoice.
FORM M
I, the undersigned, do hereby certify as follows:
(1) That I am the (a^P ° rt Manager exporter of the goods ^^
in the within invoice mentioned or described; principal official,
giving rank aa tha
(2) That the said invoice is in all respects correct and true;
(3) That the said invoice contains a true and full statement showing the price actually paid or to be paid for the said goods, the actual
quantity thereof, and all charges thereon;
(4) That the said invoice also exhibits the fair market value of the
said goods at the time and place of their direct exportation id Canada
and as when sold at the same time and place in like quantity and condition for home consumption, in the principal markets of the country
whence exported directly to Canada without any discount or deduction
for cash, or on account of any drawback or bounty, or on account of
any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for
home consumption but not payable when exported, or on account of
the exportation thereof or for any special consideration whatever!
(5) That no different invoice of the goods mentioned in said invoice
has been or will be furnished to any one; and
(6) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase
price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered into between
the said exporter and purchaser or by any one on behalf of either of
them, either by way of discount, rebate, salary, compensation, or in
any other manner whatsoever, other than as shown in the said invoice.
(7) That each article on this invoice is bona fide the produce or
manufacture of the country specified on the invoice in the column
provided for that purpose.
Dated aSan Francisco  Ca
this    5*13-dayof Dec.      i£9 ^mmmmmmmmsmmmsm.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected../JS...^..<>...y§bOC^o
lfyjL.3£n3^^ of dry salted herring
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marked..../.://ff.: y....... which were cured and packed
by  %io £3*^<X    £*• 3f&3~
at ..T^.oJLu^^ 37$3>.7...C.<*&^^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
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Date of Inspection...%/y^...S..y..3 f... /
Place of Inspection..37QOJt!^^ /3 <t * Cox^a-oO^
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DUPLICATE—For Packer
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS I&TO CERTIFY that I have inspected. ./.£..fl..O.Jtt
\jr\JL..7xl^^ of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked.... J..'..l3(l'. .-......... which were cured and packed
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for shipmeitt; and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
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and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
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Date of Inspection..*■/../...{/..!/...*£:&. ...192*3f.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..Z^./?..^....^^Cfef..
l33t7ijL.73373hy(tlA<^^  boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
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which were cured and packed
72>£ (ZOTttxt^xL.
................................. « . ••••» . • . ................
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection. '%.     s4
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspcction....Q..£j3.M:..:3. 192$.
Place of Inspection...37&./3£<£<d^^ 73> & (LAaa.
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WXTKINS, LOW, LIMITED
1001 Dominion Bank Building
VANCOUVER  B.C.
Ex Contract No.
SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS
To
esars Arden ®&3-t Company     jj
«%n Francisco, Gal*
Date
lav 29tk I9i
Commodity
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Half  ^eimct  Salt  in X25# *bag0#
Quantity
200 tons
Ship For Account of       ^essrsWing Sang C©
Per Steamer
SS Texada
Loading Date
Dec ember 4 th 1929
At
San I'ranGisoo*
For Steamer's Discharge at
Gfremim*** B,C#
Documents
Mf imil to Vancouver
Rate of Freight
#X#50
per ton, payment on discharge.
Remarks
As per telegraphic confirmation.
Messrs
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If nots.^ accordance with your instructions,
please notify ^s promptly.
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IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected....(.&..Q.0 ^OCXo
W.KTL.^cfa^ of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked.../::./..A.T , which were cured and packed
at *^&Jk^  W^^^^^^^^^»
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
K3
Date of Inspection..
Place of Inspection
HHH .....192 «...
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
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No.
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
f THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected..LfL.&.Q.
\/1iJK..TcfjtLdltm^^ of dry salted herring
^  y      (Quantity to be written in full)
marked../;.•/..(..*. m n* which were cured and packed
373337373337 4^2^-
H^X^I^jL^ '&>•£  CLti*+j4x(63-
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspcction.*/Y&U.[./£..33 ......192 f..... t
Place of InspectionTp&O^^f^UtXk f&'C-&Z+~<u£cX.
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing wPtkins, LOW, LIMITM)
1001 Dominion Bank Building
VANCOUVER  B.C.
Ex Contract No
SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS
To
Messrs Arden|palt Ooiapasiyj
J^anfFrancisccH £al#
Date
Hov 13th 1929
Commodity       He;lf Ground Salt in I2^ ^^
Quantity
**wo  J'lur5
:*ed tons
Ship For Account of
Xfcssra Wing SangC&o
Per Steamer
Canadian Coster
Loading Date
prO¥ emb eriSOtli
At
ban Irranoisao
For Steamer's Discharge at
v* irQiiici x ii ti 3
Documents
Rate of Freight
Air maiXfras usual
T X ...    ~^
v suax
per ton, payment on discharge
Remarks
Confirming our wire of tills date*
Copy to
kes grs Wing bang Co»
5HPender St H*
11    City
If not in accordance with your instructions,
please notify us promptly.
Yours faithfully,
Per
LIMITED
ents
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PHONE SEYMOUR 3447 ^Jfe V*/
BRITISH COLUMBIA SALT HERRING PACKERS ASSOCIATION
ROYAL BANK CHAMBERS.
208 HASTINGS ST. EAST,
VANCOUVER,  B. C.
^ovember|l4thf 1929,
.. ||. Messrs. Wing Sand Co. Ltd.,
ft 5ljp>ender Street 38.,.'
Vancouver, B. C.
Gentlemen:
p|       Pleasefnote that atithe general meeting
of thisjassoeiation which was held atfthe JITSUGYO
CLUB onjlthe 9th inst., the following resolutionjlaras
unanimously adopted ;ffnamely, that, in order tofcover
thefhecessary expenses of the association,|the^BMBBRS
"be requested to pay at the rate of ten cents (lQj2f)-
per ton of Five (5) regular box of salt herring packed
at theirfrespective^y plants.J|       .%■   - It '
These paymentsjare due and payable December
15>th and February 10th everyfyear (first paymnet depending
on the quantity of fish packed ^y  December 10th and
the second payment on fish packed tillJfthe end|of the
season.
Kindly keep a record offtheiquantity of
the ifish packed and prepare a statement of accoumt
accordingly.
IlBy order....
S« MIZUHARA
Secretary
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have ^^^SBm^^^^^^k
/&&y^33k±...ft  boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked.....j7.:..\73yL:. .- y_r-y :which were cured and packed
by. v^....£*^ ^..j&z:...	
at/. ...fyaJ(M*i^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspection...*/l.(fcl/..././fc. 1929...
Place of Inspection .T^.^ii<t^M»...../?^^l^    fi> \ Cj   C~a*^
( y/ Inspector of Fish Curing an
vrWrt^U....
and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
No
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OFjINSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have W^^^^^BH^^^^^
y**r4()te<^....LJ..^^  boxes of dry salted herring
yS -   (Quantity to be written in full)
^marked.:.y^.../y|? ::^:^;_which were cured and packed
by.....>a....£^. Q37...3&3...	
at .^TL&k^&t*^
for shipmenrr'and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
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Date of Inspection...&/.A..z33y..x.f3F.3. 192 .7....
Place of Inspeclion...77^fc*4c-i27«7n   jfcU-A*~/^   fZ^Cr (Le***^4-
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing --     -       --,--- ujf j,1,;ijip _r_?_      ;„,,  __ ,      ,
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OFj INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected M^^S^^^m
(^.^.^r..^^^t^^. boxes of dry salted herring
f J m     (Quantity to be written in full)
marked 7i..L.h. W0M which were cured and packed
by yet, &*-+. ws^S^m
.tZ^La*u^..../fi^ (.&.'. C:... Sr. #r*v. rf?-.,^<3L	
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for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
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Date of Inspeciion...jfX..(ti/.:J.^9./.. 192 .£...
Place of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^S /Z'<L
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Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
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DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
T^IS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected... Q...C...(?.... M^£f^P
/.7l..i4/^jP7y7^4rT^r:. boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked...../..:../.Y1.7 „ >*.•>..•,,
9m33fys
which were cured and packed
at
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for shipment, and found Trie said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date
ofInspection..^/K^J..2l33. 192 f...
Place of Inspection 3^^aJkk&9^....^ /3'V'   C^eu^A^A^.
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing -    ~     ~7~"
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WATKINS,   LOW,   LIMITED
Importers      -      Exporters
Seymour 625
1001 Dominion Bank Building
"ovember  9th  1929
VANCOUVER, B. C 3?Il^lt..l^l3.J
TO
ssrs Wing Sang ^eu
51  Pender Street B
f  ill      City*
Dear Sirs;**
-.With reference to the  shortage on SS Claremont
of 41   sacks,this matter  is "being, investigated and will Tse
adjusted  in the mean time please aceept docusate, as  enclosed.
Yours
WAT2OTS LOW LIMITED „
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18653
Form 1720.
&11U92E-45M Sets (Thd)
TEAMSHIP COQPANY
STRAIGHT  BILL OF LADING-ORIGINAL-NOT NEGOTIABLE ^___   *_
EAROT00P^"-Oa^-l-aad-TCLalif.-.— DATE .Qc.fc.o.b.e.r... 2. .4.. 192.5.....
' '        RECEIVED BY PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY hereinafter called Carrier,
From ABIllIl...SAL!r.....a.QlPAlI. I	
or so near thereto as safe navigation of such vessel or
To be forwarded in whole or in part on Vessel ^.JAAiv^^yaJ^ and/or on such other vessel or vessels as
Carrier may employ, the bulk freight and/or packages enumerated hereon in apparent good order, except when otherwise noted—the value, weight,
quantity, quality or condition of or contents or the marks on said packages not being known to Carrier and any statements herein relative thereto
not being conclusive upon Carrier—the same to be so forwarded with such reasonable dispatch as general business of Carrier will permit, to the
port of landing of :....~..PJ5^ 	
(Here insert name of Vessel's piace of delivery.)
vessels shall then permit, and there at vessel's tackle and in like condition to be delivered unto below named consignee or if said consignee be not
on hand to so receive same or if said packages be destined beyond said last mentioned port or place, then to any lighterman, or wharfinger or to
any forwarder or other carrier for and instead of said consignee; and freight at tariff rates (unless otherwise agreed) and all charges advanced by
Carrier and average shall be due and payable on any such delivery, and full freight charges to be so due and payable on all damaged or unsound
packages; and to secure payment of such charges said packages are hereby pledged to Carrier. In no event shall Carrier be liable for loss of or
damage to any package after it be unhooked from vessel's tackles at above mentioned place of delivery. Liability of Carrier shall in no event be
greater than that provided by Sections 4281, 4282 and 4283 of the Revised Statutes of «the United States of America, and an Act of Congress of said
United States of America, entitled: "An act relating to navigation of vessels, bills of lading and certain obligations, duties and rights in connection
with the carriage of property"—the "Harter Act" so-called—approved February 13th, 1893, and Carrier shall have all rights and benefits granted
to ship-owners or carrier by all provisions of all sections of said Revised Statutes and all Acts of the said Congress and all statutes or laws of any
State or place where claim hereon may be asserted limiting or permitting a limitation of a ship-owner's or carrier's liability, together with the
benefit of all British or Dominion or Colonial or Provincial laws, further limiting or permitting a limitation of such liability.
If the owner and/or charterer of the vessel on which said packages be laden shall have exercised due diligence to make said vessel in all
respects seaworthy, properly manned, equipped and supplied, it is hereby agreed that in case of danger, damage or disaster resulting from fault
or negligence of the pilot, master or crew, in £he navigation or management of the vessel, or from latent or other defects, or unseaworthiness of
the vessel, whether existing at time of shipment or at the beginning of the voyage, but not discoverable by due diligence, the consignees or owners
of the cargo shall not be exempted from liability for contribution in General Average, or for any special charges incurred, but with the Shipowner, shall contribute in General Average, and shall pay such special charges, as if such danger, damage or disaster had not resulted from such
fault, negligence, latent or other defect or unseaworthiness. It is mutually agreed that General Average shall be settled at San Francisco, Cal., or
Seattle, Wash., Ship-owner's option, according to York-Antwerp Rules 1890, and Antwerp Rule of 1903, and as to matters not covered thereby
according to the customs and practices of the port of San Francisco, or enl iVely according to the customs and practices of the port of San Francisco, as carrier may elect.
Carrier shall not be liable for gold, silver, precious stones, metal, jewelry  or  treasure  of any kind,
pictures, plate, china, glass or statuary unless bills of lading are signed therefor in which their nature
paid for the assumption of extraordinary risk.   Shipper shall be liable for any loss or damage to ship or
dangerous goods shipped with or without full disclosure of their nature, and such goods may be thrown
out compensation.
It is hereby expressly agreed that goods accepted for carriage in refrigerator compartment are so carried at owner's risk, and that carrier
does not agree to maintain any certain temperature, and shall only be responsible for any loss or damage directly arising from negligence not
excused by the Harter Act.
IT IS EXPRESSLY^GREED that Carrier and the Master of the vessel shall have, and each is hereby given, an option, to carry any or all said
bulk freight and/or packages on deck, forward by lighter, barge or local steamer for any portion of trip at Carrier's convenience, salve persons
and property, sail without Pilot, tow an|| assist vessels, lighter, surf, trans-ship, land and r,e-ship any or all of said bulk freight and/or packages;
also an.option to deviate and foiv^ny purposes and in any order or sequence sail to. and stojgand stay at "any and all ports and places, whether the
same be in or out of ;ai^: route toward saiid port of delivery and to there.f&t any such-port oalgplaee, stop_and deliver and/or receive passengers and
bank notes, securities, silks, furs, laces,
and value are expressed and extra freight
cargo caused by inflammable, explosive or
overboard or destroyed at any time with-
mails and/(^^|eight for delivery either on he&then or other or return voyage
packages beyond sirid/or away from said port of delivery to any other port or
goods whethes§: daifgerous '6r. otherwise.
Also the carried is at liberty at any time and; place before or after sailing or after
any purposes whatsoevifp^rothathe whol^)rcariy,part of the cargo shipped hereunder
and also an; option to carry all or any of said bulk freight and/or
place and thence to. said port of delivery; also .tqjlgiarry all lawful
arrival at port of/discharge to put the vessel in dry-dock for
on board, and such docking shall- not be deemed a deviation.
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I      Consigned to I±ng....S&ng„.C.Qmp..W.y.
(Mail or street address of consignee—for purposes of notification only)
Destination CMmainus.f„..B.C
Route.
MARKS AND NUMBERS
(As given by Shipper)
WEIGHT    | FEET
Id between
lie goods sJ^ifTped he^under^rithiri5sbnd/or between tl
liters; ^n^mn and/or between the harbors of Colum£*£t RIvetT^wTthin ^nd/or between  the  harbors
feiliil^Snd/or between the harbors of Los Ang^Jkfs and/or adjacent waters; within the harbor of
mentioned, carrier may at its conve-
et Soundgghcluding Victoria, B. g| and Vancouver,
of  San  Francisco  Bay,
Said bulk freight and/or^ packages were HEC3SIVED and are to be held and carried and delivered by Carrier and by each several succeeding
Carrier, if any, sublet to all the stipulations and conditions hereon and on the reverse side hereof and under which freight rates and said bulk
freight and/or packages were adjusted and packages were received for transportation and to all of which Shipper has agreed and hereby does
agree; and every holder hereof shall be held bound thereby whether same be signed or unsigned by the Shipper.
( FOR CARRIER ) By Mil
SIGNATURES BY INITIALS ONLY NOT ACCEPTED; NOR PRINTED  SIGNATURES UNLESS SUB-SIGNED WITH EULL NAME^F-SH«eER'S AGESfIS
MJ1S&.^ALT...GJ0MSMZ... SHIPPER
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RELEASE.   Shipper desiring to receive benefit of the rates provided by Carrier's current tariff that may lawfully  apply when  merchandise is  shipped  at  a released  or
declared valuation hereby stipulates that the goods covered by this bill of lading are each and all of the value of $..
Carrier be liable in excess of said last declared value unless it be shown that this Release stipulation is not lawful,
per . „...and that in no event shall
SHIPPER
(Made in U. S. A.) STIPULATIONS AND CONDITIONS REFERRED TO ON FACE    HEREOF AND ALL OF- WHICH. ARE AGREED TO BY SHIPPER
See. 1. Carrier shall not be liable for any /" "Nor damage resulting from
■of God, perils of the sea or other waters4_i, enemies, pirtttes, thi'eves,
Acts
robbers, arrest or restraint of princes or ruISESgbr people, acts or takings
or claims or restraint of government or municipal or de facto officers,
whether acting with or without lawful authority, legal process, atfcachr
ments, quarantine and sanitary measures, barratry of master on crew,
rising of passengers, claims of third parties, detention or accidental delay,
riots, strikes,, lockouts, stoppages of labor, stoppages in transit or claim
of right thereto, fire, or water on board vessel or on wharf- or land or pier
or in hulks or lighters or warehouses, or collapse of or destruction of, or
damage to, wharf or pier or its coverings, present or future latent defects
in, or breakage or fracture of,- hull, shaft, propellers, -fittings, fixtures,
valves, pipes, machinery, boilers or appurtenances, or from explosion, bursting of boilers or pipes, collision with vessels or other structures or objects,
stranding or wrecks or accidents of navigation; nor if Carrier and/or
Charterer and/or Owner shall have exercised due diligence to make the
vessel on which said merchandise is shipped in all respects seaworthy and
properly manned, equipped and supplied, shall the vessel, Carrier, Owner,
Charterers or Agents become, or be held, responsible for any loss or dam
age  that  shall  result
vessel, whether
existing
in   whole
at
or
from any other package, cask or receptacle, change of climate,
floods,  contagion or moisture received from  such  or other mer-
in part from unseaworthiness of the
the time of shipment or at the beginning of the
voyage, or on the voyage, fault or error in navigation or management of
vessel, or of its engines, boilers, winches, hoisting gear, fittings, fixtures,
equipment, ports, hatches, dead lights, valves, cocks, pipes, tanks and their
connections, and this whether such fault or error be before or after sailing
or be,in port or at sea, or from any other causes of what kind soever,
ejusdem generis herewith or otherwise. Any omission to exercise such
due diligence shall not be presumed, but the same must, if claimed or
alleged, be proved by the Shipper or Consignee.
Sec. 2. Carrier shall not be liable for loss in weight, blowing, drainage,
leakage, seepage, breakage, wastage or loss of contents of any package,
cask or receptacle; nor for loss, or damage by breakage, drainage, seepage
or leakagi
weather,
chandise||shrinkage, effects of chafing, cutting of packages or contents, use
of hooks, pressure, heat, whether internal or external, steam, ice, cold, frost,
freezing, weather, sweat, decay, deterioration, purification, fermentation,
mould, evaporation, rain, water, spray, wetting, dampness, rust, vermin,
rats, twijsrjing or bending of metal shipped loose or in bundles; nor for loss
or damage .resulting from any burning or explosion of cargo, or from inaccuracy or omission of proper marks, addresses or description^ nor for any
loss or damage.resulting frem the nature of the goods, or incident to'-the.
transportation of same, or insufficiency of packages.or cases; nor for injury
or staihing of wrappers, labels, cases or packages or contents of same how-
evefffcaused, or from stowage or contact with or smell or evaporation or
taint from othfer'goods, as all vessels'carry general cargo and any lawful
rrfer&bandise; and in no event shall Carrier be liable for loss'of, or damage
to; anw'such contents not specified hgrfeiii^.or for loss frqm package, or dapa^
age t&rmerchandise Shipped in "tierces, casks, crates, sacks, bundles, bales£.
or whi£h ^&^j^^^p^^pi^ffi&J Or in part^of glass,, cropkery,*^gj^eiensware^
pdrcfclain/ hollo^<V?£, tiilbtures^^^fcture frames, 'stjpv.e^^
TE^cllr package shall be by shipper legib'ly rogrke^
delivery of full tiumbef of 'packaged* ofnike supposed contents/ ySEfligut Ve-V
gard. to quantity *or actual contents, shall be-a.full discharge of Carrier's
obligations hereunder, and "if any of such packages.shall be delayed or go
astray, or be elsewhere landed because not properly, marked, or contents, not
properly described, Carrier. shalL'not. be .liable therefor..^Live stock, all
perishable property, all^ live freight arid ali, merchandise packed, in secondr
hand or weak cases, arid all cargo carried on deck shallvbe at all times at
owner's. risk.-'jjNeither. fault nor . failure * nor improper loading nor . bad
storage nor improper; custody nor want of due care, nor improper delivery
of merchandise, by Carrier shall be presumed, but same must, if alleged,
be proved by shipper'or consignee.
Sec. 3. The said packages shall be received by consignee at vessel's
tackle immediately .on her arrival at said first mentioned place of delivery
without regard to weather; if consignee be not on hand to so receive packages as discharged, Carrier may deliver same to any lighterman or wharfinger, or other party or person believed by Carrier to be responsible and who
will take charge of said packages or the same may be kept on board or
be-landed on wharf or beach or bank or stored in hulks or put in lighters
for the owner and at owner's risk and expense.
Sec. 4. Advance charges shall be repaid to Carrier and prepaid freight
retailed by.C,Carrieiy\iRhether vessel or merchandise be lost or not lost at
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^Vv^.tage o&enti£e^rajisit, and if alij|fr^ght^w.charges due Carrier be not
Jspaia ^™™i^ip^^^^^^<^^^^^^ of^e^elJ^t said first mentioned port
or.upiace, Carrier mayt se.ll said merchandise at either public or private sale
ap.g[ as .agent for and for*account 4^ owner and apply proceeds in payment
of freight and all other charges, and if sum so realize^ be not sufficient to
pay. all such charges or if such sale be not made, the shipper shall on de-
r^an'^^ay all such charges, or make good $uch deficiency &s the case may
b£.;^and shipmaster may at any time sell or dispose of perishable property
when in his opinion same would become decayed or worthless before it
could be delivered as herein provided, and if same be so sold or disposed of
full freight.thereon and all charges shall be.paid by shipper.
Sec. 5.   Carrier shall never be liable for any loss of, or damage to, said
merchandise
unless its
of  the   same
merchandise,
for any damage or loss suffered in connection therewith,
or wilful default is shown to have been the sole cause
1% Carrier  becomes  liable  for any. damage  or  loss  to  said
it shall have the benefit of all insurance on said merchandise,
nor
neglect
and of any payments made by or on behalf of the insurer thereof, whether
under the guise of advances, loans or otherwise; and shall also have the
benefit of all loans, the amount of which have been determined by the
total amount or part of any loss or damage to said merchandise, made the
owner by the insurer thereof, and induced by the existence of insurance
upon said merchandise, and which are made repayable only in the event
recovery of said loss or damage is had from the Carrier or said vessel.
The right to any such insurance, advances or loans may be offset in the
amount thereof by Carrier against a claim or suit for said loss or damage.
Carrier shall not be liable for any loss which can be insured against. The
person who delivered said merchandise to Carrier was authorized to sign
this bill of lading for the shipper.
Sec. 6. NOTE PARTICULARLY: All claims of shipper or consignee or
other party in interest against Carrier or its vessels or the masters thereof for any loss of or damage to or conversion of or misdelivery of or delay
in delivery of said packages or any thereof shall be in writing presented
to Carrier or its Agent .within thirty days from date of notiee of any such
loss or damage, etc., and arrival of vessel at port or place of delivery, or
at any port in distress or earliest newspaper mention of loss or stranding
of such vessel on voyage shall each be and fix the date of such notice; and
if any such claim be not so presented within said thirty days, such claim
shall be and by every court be held to have been released by shipper,,
owner and consignee and to be abandoned and barred; and no suit on any
such claim so presented or to recover for any such loss or damage, etc.,
shall be maintained unless such claim be so presented and such suit be
thereupon commenced and summons, or other process, be served on Carrier,
or steamer be attached,  within  ninety days from and after the  day  and
date that the cause 7
so commenced withiik.^
to   be   barred,   and   air
'alleged by complaint or
by shipper,   owner and
ction therein alle^
fd<-ninety days shall
ged
accrued,
be and by
and every suit not
every court be held
Carrier   or   st earner
riar
reFt
claims   ancEgdemands   againJB
libel therein shall be so held to havt^been released
consignee, and to be abandoned and %arred; provided, that for shipments moving under the jurisdiction of the Federal
"Acts to Regulate Commerce" the periods of limitation for the presentation
of claims and the commencement of suits as above provided for shall be
those prescribed by said Acts; and on such shipments, every sucit claim
not so presented and every suit not commenced within the Respective
periods prescribed therefor in said Acts shall be and be held Jby every
court to be abandoned ancl barred. - >
Sec- 7.   It,is expressly agreed that, so far as Carrier
value otLthe: property shipped hereunder is the bona fide
is concerned, the
invoiced price, if
pre-paid) at the
Xhe  sum  of   One
any,   to the consignee   (including the freight charges if
time and place  of  shipment, but in  no  event  exceeding
Hundred Dollars   ($100.00)   per package,  unless a  greater value  has been
declared in writing to the Carrier, before the issuance of this Bill of Lading.
Sec. 8. On the happening of any of the contingencies excepted in this
bill of lading, or if vessel be disabled, or if navigation be obstructed and/or
vessel be prevented from proceeding to destination in the usual course of
navigation at customary dispatch, Carrier may forward said merchandise
to port of delivery by other conveyances or vessels at option of its shipmaster or officers or agents and shall receive additional compensation for
such service when rendered, whether performed by its own vessels or those
of strangers; and if salvage services be rendered to shipper or said merchandise by servants of said vessel or other vessels of Carrier, such service shall be as fully paid for as if rendered by strangers.
Sec. 9- Carrier is not and shall not be required to deliver said packages at
port of delivery at any particular time or to meet any particular market
or in time for any particular use.
Sec. 10. Carrier's  vessels  are not  warranted  seaworthy save in   so   far
only as exercise of due care by Carrier
superintendents   and   their   attention   to
and appointment of ship masters and
secured or may secure it.
Sec. 11. If by quarantine  steamer
merchandise or  any  thereof at  said
in the selection of- its agents and
their   duties   and
officers and engineers
their   selection
and crew have
be prevented from  discharging  said
place  of delivery,   Carrier  may  then
discharge same at any port and into any lazaretto or crther receptacle
therefor and such discharge shall be a proper^ final, delivery; all quarantine charges and expenses on said merchandise shall-be borne by shipper
and be a lien thereon. Carrier shall not be-liable for deterioration or damage to cargo caused by fumigation or disinfectant ordered by authorities*
Sec. 12. If said packages need be lightered at any time or port or place
all lighterage services rendered shall, be and .be.. deemed § to have been
rendered by an independent carrier or; person;.if such services be procured
by Carrigr they shall fye deemed Jo.be and to have been so procured by
it opting as agen@themfor of^ shipper, and Carreer's liability as carrier
at any port or pjaqe where such. lighterage be needed shall.,.end .immeai.-.-
ately vessel be anphor^d^t^or near: to said pori^pr,place, Caraiei^s, liability,
aJfer sjtearner be at anfchpr ^typr,near to said port-jof delivery shall be
that og warehouseman' oniy,,-^qd[r9ftid PAQkag^^ft^r unbooked *fram*>ship's
tackle^ at such anchorage shaft be .at owner's r-isJ^4%^^^|'|^
Sec. 13. If vessel/b^e* pre vested; fty stress of .weather,, obstructions to navigation,, war, blockade,- seizure, restraint, riot, lockout, interdict; disease,
fire, disablement of vessel, or any other cause of whatsoever kind from proceeding in the usual course of navigation to the port^of. delivery or transfer,
and/or from entering' said, port on her>arrival at or near the '.same. or. from
there discharging any or all of said merchandise, or if, an the judgment *of
master, carrier or agent, it.be impracticable to there discharge all or any of
said merchandise while the ship be at said port, or for the same to be-there
safely landed if discharged, then, first, all merchandise not delivered and/or
discharged may be retained on board said vessel and returned to her port
of original shipment, or same may, at option of ship's master or agent, and
at owner's cost and risk, be conveyed upon such or any vessel to said port
of delivery eH'heiv%|directly or indirectly or via other port or ports; or
second, same may be forwarded to and landed and delivered or stored at
any other port at owner's cost^and risk and Carrier shall have a Ijen on
said merchandise for all expenses so incurred, provided, however, that if
said merchandise or any thereof be so returned to such port of original
shipment no 'additional freight shall be charged, and that delivery or storage of such merchandise at any such other port or on such return to said
port of original shipment shall be a final and sufficient delivery^ In case
any part of the merchandise cannot be found for delivery during vessel's
stay at port of discharge, same may be forwarded - at- Carrier's expense,
but no liability shall exist for any loss or damage resulting ft-om^delay.
Sec. 14. "Carrier" includes owners, stockholders and vessels and masters
and charterers thereof; "packages" and "merchandise" means all property
mentioned or referred to on face hereof; "shippers" and "owner" mean shipper and all.- owners of said packages and merchandise and all pledgees
thereof other than Carrier; "Owner's risk" and "O. R." mean that shipper
has agreed that Carrier shall not be liable, for-any goss or damage unless it
be shown to have entirely resulted from its negligence or willful default.
Sec. 15. Carrier's liability hereunder shall be several and its liability,
excepting that imposed by statute if it be the initial carrier, shall end
and its rights dependent; on delivery accrue immediately it has made delivery as above provided, and if freight be prepaid to Carrier beyond said
first mentioned -place of delivery Carrier shall beashipper's agent for the
payments to other Carrier of such freight as may be so paid for such
carrier's use; and freight of every carrier of said packages by water "other
than Facific Steamship Company" shall, at option of such carrier, .be
deemed earned when said packages shall be laden on board other carrier's
vessels and shall be payable by shipper whether such other carrier's
vessel or said packages be thereafter lost or not lost at any stage of the
entire transit. -No carrier, save as ty statute it may be made liable as the
initial carrier, shall be liable to shipper or consignee for delay or misdelivery or conversion or loss or damage unless it be shown that the same
occurred while said packages were in its possession.
Sec. 16. Prepaid freig'ht charges shall be considered earned and be retained by Carrier, vessel or goods lost or not lost at any stage of the entire
transit. ISg;
Sec,-17. The rights and liabilities of all carriers by water shall be determined hereby; if Carrier deliver said packages to other carrier for carriage such delivery shall be made as shipper's agent and not as carrieY,
and if such delivery be to any carrier by land, shipper agrees to be bound
by the stipulations and conditions of such bill of lading as.may be in use
for such transfer or by such carrier for like transfer or carriage at place
of such transfer.
Sec. 18. Carrier shall have a lien on said property for all fines imposed
on it and for all expense to it resulting from shipper's failure to furnish
proper Consular op-Custom House papers in due time or resulting from
other errors or omissions of shippers, and all such fines and expenses shall
be reimbursed to Carrier by consignee before said property shall be delivered to him. Illl
Sec. 19. State Harbor Tolls at San Francisco shall be paid by shipper,
together with all expense of cooperage and repairs of said packages.
Sec. 20. All goods shipped from Canada shall be subject to all the terms and provisions oftand all the exemptions from liability contained in
the Water Carriage of Goods Act, enacted by the Dominion Parliament of Canada, Chapter 61, of the Statutes of Canada, 9-10 Edw. VII, Section
4 of which is as follows:
(4)     Where any bill of lading or similar document of title to goods contain any clause, covenant or agreement whereby:
(a) the owner, charterer, master are agent of any ship, or the ship itself, is relieved from liability for loss or damage to goods arising
fiom. negligence, fault or. failure-in tOi© proper loading, stowage; custody, care or delivery of goods received by them or any of them to be carried
the
ship;
or
ship, and make
in which goods
in or by
(b) any obligations of the owner or charterer of any ship to exercise due diligence to properly man, equip, and supply the
and keep the ship seaworthy and make and keep the ship's hold, refrigerating and cool chambers, and all other parts of the ship
are carried, lit and safe for their reception, carriage and preservation, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; or
(c) the obligation of the Master, officers, agents or servants of any ship to carefully handle and stow gcods and to care for, preserve and
properly deliver them, are in any wise lessened, weakened or avoided; such clause, covenant or agreement shall be illegal, null and void and of no
effect unless such clause, covenant or agreement is in accordance with the other provisions of this Act. B. 1—Amended 1
J
1922
4,000,000—3-29
CUSTOMS, CANADA—ENTRY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION
Port of_J^*^*y^a «•**■" 19**.      Imported by.. .^..*«***	
Arrivini
g per
BB Qla.rmmnt
Goods Exported to Canada Direct from.^..?!!^.1^!1..^^ .Via
ittttwi
(Country throueh wbich carried in transit if any)
Report No,
Entry No. FORM 1 y'    m
Oath or Affirmation of the owner or his agent-or attorney in Canada, prescribed to%e made in
|| ~ "' cases where the goods have been actually purchased for importation into Canada.
(a) Name of
owner,   agent I, (a) do solemnly and truly (6)
or attorney,    as follows:—(1) That I am (c) the owner of
(b) Swear or the goods mentioned in the invoice(s)now produced by me and hereto annexed and signed by me; (2) that the said invoice(s) include(s)
MTh  rl 1   a^ °^ ^e soods mentioned in this Bill of Entry and (d) the true and only invoice (s) of all the goods imported as within
authorized      stated; (3) That the said goods are properly described in the said invoice(s) and in this Bill of Entry;   (4) That to the best of my
a^ent or attor- knowledge and belief the said invoice(s) and every certificate and declaration thereon were made by the person or persons by
ney   of  or   a whom the same purport to have been made; (5) That the said invoice(s) exhibit(s) the actual price or prices at which the said
member of     goods were actually purchased by the owner in the country whence exported to Canada and that there is included therein the true
the firm of.     value of all cartons, cases, crates, boxes and coverings of any kind and all charges and expenses incident to placing the said goods
(a) Isor are. jn condition, packed ready for shipment to Canada; (6) That the value for duty of the said goods as stated in this Bill of Entry
exhibits the fair market value of the said eoods at the time and place of their direct exportation to Canada and as when sold at
the same time and place in like quantu^ «,^d condition for home consumption in the principal markets of the country whence
exported directly to Canada, without any discount or deductions for cash, or on account of any drawback or bounty, or on account
of any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for home consumption but not payable when exported, or on
account of the exportation thereof, or for any special consideration whatever; (7) That if the value for duty of the said goods as
stated in this Bill of Entry is other than the value thereof as above specified such value for duty has, to the best of my knowledge
and belief, been fixed and determined under the authority of the Customs Act at the value stated in said Bill of Entry;  (8) That
to the best of my knowledge and belief any and all goods entered on this Bill of Entry as being free of duty are lawfully entitled to free
entry under the existing law, and any and all goods entered thereon at preferential tariff rates are lawfully entitled to be so entered;
(9) That any and all goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry as imported for a specific purpose and therefore entered free or at a
lower rate of duty than would otherwise be chargeable thereon are intended to be and will be used for such specific purpose
only in  the manner provided by law; (10) That nothing has been on my part, nor to my knowledge on the part of any other
person, done, concealed or suppressed whereby His Majesty the King may be defrauded of any part of the duty lawfully due on
the said goods; (11) That if at any time hereafter I discover any error in the said invoice or invoices, or any of them, or in this
Bill of Entry, or if I receive at any time any other or different invoice of the said goods, or any part thereof, I will immediately
make the same known to the Collector of this Port; and (12) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase price of
the said goods has been or will be made or entered into between the said importer and the exporter, or by any one on behalf of
either of them other than as shown in the said invoices, either by way of discount, rebate, salary, compensation, or in any other
manner whatsoever.
day
(Signature) ...	
Sworn (6) at
this
of
19       , before me
E FORM 2
Oath^or Affirmation of the Consignee in Canada, or his agent or attorney, prescribed to be made
in cases where the goods have been exported to Canada on consignment without sale by the
Exporter prior to shipment.
(a) Name of If (a) do solemnly and truly (6)
consignee,        a3 follows:—(1) That I am (c) the consignee
npv11 °r " of the goods mentioned in the invoice or invoices now produced by me and hereto annexed and signed by me;   (2)  that the said
lb) Swear or invoice (s) include(s) all of the goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry  and (d) the true and only invoice (s) of all the goods
affirm. imported as within stated;  (3) That the said goods are properly described in the said invoice or invoices and in this Bill of
(c) The duly Entry; (4) That to the best of my knowledge and belief the said invoice or invoices and every certificate and declaration thereon,
authorized or filed therewith or attached thereto were made by the person or persons by whom the same purport to have been made; (5) That
agent or attor- there is included in said invoice or invoices the true value of all cartons, cases, crates, boxes and coverings of any kind and all
ney of or a charges and expenses incident to placing the said goods in condition packed ready for shipment to Canada; (6) That the value for
thf^firm of      duty of the said goods as stated in this Bill of Entry exhibits the fair market value of the said goods at the time and place of their
(d) Isor are. direct exportation to Canada and as when sold at the same time and place in like quantity and condition for home consumption, in
the principal markets of the country whence exported directly to Canada without any discount or deduction for cash, or on
account of any drawback or bounty, or on account of any royalty actually payable thereon or payable thereon when sold for home
consumption but not payable when exported, or on account of the exportation thereof or for any special consideration whatever;
(7) That if the value for duty of any goods as stated in this Bill of Entry is other than the value thereof as above
specified such value for duty has, to the best of my knowledge and belief, been fixed and determined under the
authority of the Customs Act at the value stated in said Bill of Entry; (8) That to the best of my knowledge
and belief any and all goods entered on this Bill of Entry as being free of duty are lawfully entitled to free entry
under the existing law, and any and all goods entered thereon at preferential tariff rates are lawfully entitled to be so entered;
(9) That any and all goods mentioned in this Bill of Entry as imported for a specific purpose and therefore entered free or at a lower
rate of duty than would otherwise be chargeable thereon are intended to be and will be used for such specific purpose only in the
manner provided by law; (10) That nothing has been on my part nor to my knowledge on the part of any other person, done,
concealed or suppressed whereby His Majesty the King may be defrauded of any part of the duty lawfully due on the said goods;
.(11) That if at any time hereafter I discover any error in the said invoice or invoices, or any of them, or in this Bill of Entry,
or if I receive at any time any other or different invoice of the said goods or any part thereof, I will immediately make the
same known to the Collector of this Port; and (12) That none of the said goods have been sold by or on behalf of
the owner and importer prior to their importation into Canada.
Sworn (6) at this day
(Signature) 2	
of 19       , before me
 ; Collector.
FORM 4
Oath or Affirmation of importer or agent prescribed to be made and subscribed before a Collector
of National Revenue or a Notary Public or a Commissioner for taking affidavits, on entry of
goods at a lower rate of duty or free for manufacturing purposes.
(1) Name of
importer.
(2) Name of j  ^ the undersigned importer of the (2)
the goods or             '
articles. mentioned in this entry, do solemnly (3) that such (4)
(3) Swear or Ipi
affirm. arc imported by me for the manufacture of (5) in my own factory situated
(4)Namesof . ,       |   . #11 \ f \
the goods  or at (6) and that no portion of the same will be used for any other
article.
(5) Names of purpose or disposed of until so manufactured.
;he goods to                                                                                      J                .
e manufac-  Sworn (7)                                                              i betore u\& this
tVed. (Signature) |
[6) Name of dayof fl       .
tula   place, g|   pg
couljfcy and
^/J?\/\c eic ~. Collector or Title ofOfflcial authorized to Administer Oaths
(7) Or affirm- _r\
ed.
o
-•—--" • *-••• •-" —^--■■■.-.^.-^■-.—-^ Telephone Sey. 313
Gaple Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
m
P. O. Box 15
CODES
WING SANG CO.
WHOLESALE    M ERCHANTS, |GEN ERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
51   PENDER STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C :Ml.:M
192.?.
B.W.Cfcroor 4 Son Mi*f
'   ©02 Hastings St.,W.t
alVanoourar, B.C.
Gontlomon:*
l#g to onclos* horowith our shipping instructions
for th* ondormsntionod f#*&i tt %%  shippod lasy* your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Bos 6th 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of lading in accordance with tho
following particulars.
Steamer
Ho of Packages
.Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
Se Lighter
So of copies
B/Xi required
•lyo ifttiru*
f.M.
1000 boxes
Saltod Herring
Wing Sang Co.t
Sam Wo Hing & On,,21 Queen Stf>
Hong Kong
*Ber*in*
6 copies
Tows trulyf
Wing Sang Co.v,
per Telephone Sey. 313
Oable Address "Wingsang" Vancouver.
WING SANG CO.
|: ^xlnblxxiitb  ISS0
WHOLESALE    MERCHANTS, ^GENERAL    AGENTS,
IMPORTERS    &    EXPORTERS
P. O. Box 15
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
A. B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
I
51   PENDER  STREET  EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C
XML.9&A 192 &
Do&well & Co., Ltd.,
528 Seymour St., '
Vanecure?« B.C.
Gent lessen:*
We beg to enclose herewith ourfshippingf instruct ions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Deo IOth 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of lading in accordance with the
following particulars*
steamer
Mark
Ho of Package
Bescrlpt ion
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
ax Lighter
Ho of copied
B/L required
sanation*
T.M.
1200 boxes
Salted Burring
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo Hing & Co.,2x|%ueen St.,
Hong Kong
S.S*Benrin
6 copies
Yours truly,
Sang Co*|
per •.«.**••..«**.••• Telephone Seymour 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
f\
P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
^zlnblxxlitb    IBBS |
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS,   GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS §
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER,  B. C I...?*?...?***
/
192
9
Dodwell & Co.| Ltd.,
525 Seymour St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen:*
^^^^^^^^ beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C. Hov 19th 1929.
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in accordance with t
fallowing particulars.
Steamer
lark
Ho of Package
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
ate Lighter
Ho of copied
B/L required
S.S.*Taltbyblus*
Y#M.
800 boxes
Salted Herring
ng Sang Co.,
8am We Hing & Co., 21 %ueen St.,
Hong Kong
8*s."a«rrln*
6 copies
Yours, truly,
Wing Sang Co., 	
?S3p?£5*
Telephone Seymour 313 ^^3
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
o
WING SANG CO.
^slMmfyb    IBBB
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS.   GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C I?Y...?8th
192
9
B.W.Greer k son Ltd.,
602 Hastings St., W,,
Vancouver, B.C.
Gentlemen:«
We beg tolenclose herewith our shipping instructions
for the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your steamer sailing
from Vancouver, B.C* Hov 19th 1929*
Kindly make out Bills of Lading In accordance with the
following particulars
Steamer
He of Packages
Description
Shipper
Consignee
Destination
ax Lighter
He of copies
B/L required
*feyama Maru*
Y*H*
600 boxes
Baited Herring
Wing Sang Co.,
Sam Wo ling 4 Co., 21 queen St.,
Hong Kong
*Bervin*
6 copies
i
r
i
Yours truly,
^s-^s
• » ♦""• w
(M)—Specimen form of Invoice approved by Canadian Customs
(July, 1922) for goods sold by Exporter prior
1   mW: to shipment
(Place and date).
Invoice of
fey
from
to be shipped from
purchased
of
of
per
Country of
Manufacture
or Production
Marks and
Numbers
on
Packages
QUANTITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
Fair market
value as sold for
home
consumption at
time shipped
Selling Price to the
Purchaser in
Canada
@
Amount
(Signature of seller or agent)
100,000-12-26 The following Certificate of Value is prescribed for invoices
of goods sold and exported to Canada, to be signed by the
exporter or by a partner, official or employee of the exporter
having a knowledge of the facts certified to, and to be written,
printed or stamped on the invoice:
FORM M
I, the undersigned, do hereby certify as follows:
(1) that I am the (a)
exporter of the goods <&££S^
in the within invoice mentioned or described;
(2) That the said invoice is in all respects correct and true;
(3) That the said invoice contains a true and full statement
showing the price actually paid or to be paid for the said goods, the
actual quantity thereof, and all charges thereon;
(4) That the said invoice also exhibits the fair market value of
the said goods at the time and place of their direct exportation to
Canada and as when sold at the same time and place in like
quantity and condition for home consumption, in the principal
markets of the country whence exported directly to Canada without
any discount or deduction for cash, or on account of any drawback
or bounty, or on account of any royalty actually payable thereon or
payable thereon when sold for home consumption but not payable
when exported, or on account of the exportation thereof or for any
special consideration whatever;
(5) That no different invoice of the goods mentioned in said
invoice has been or will be furnished to any one; and
(6) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered
into between the said exporter and purchaser or by any one on
behalf of either of them, either by way of discount, rebate, salary,
compensation, or in any other manner whatsoever, other than as
shown in the said invoice.
(7) That each article on this invoice is bona fide the produce or
manufacture of the country specified on the invoice in the column
provided for that purpose.
principal official,
giving rank as the
case may be.
Dated at
this
day of
19
Signature (M)—Specimen form of Invoice approved by Canadian Customs
(July, 1922) for goods sold by Exporter prior
H 1   11   to shipment
(Place and date),
Invoice of
purchased
by
from
of
of
to be shipped from
per
Country of
Manufacture
or Production
Marks and
Numbers
on
Packages
QUANTITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
Fair market
value as sold for
home
consumption at
time snipped
Selling Price to the
Purchaser in
Canada
@
Amount
(Signature of seller or agent)
100,000-12-26 The following Certificate of Value is prescribed for invoices
of goods sold and exported to Canada, to be signed by the
exporter or by a partner, official or employee of the exporter
having a knowledge of the facts certified to, and to be written,
printed or stamped on the invoice:
FORM M
I, the undersigned, do hereby certify as follows:
(1) that I am the (a) I exporter of the goods SLSS^S^
in the within invoice mentioned or described; pffiplTofficiai,
giving rank as the
case may be.
(2) That the said invoice is in all respects correct and true;
(3) That the said invoice contains a true and full statement
showing the price actually paid or to be paid for the said goods, the
actual quantity thereof, and all charges thereon;
(4) That the said invoice also exhibits the fair market value of
the said goods at the time and place of their direct exportation to
Canada and as when sold at the same time and place in like
quantity and condition for home consumption, in the principal
markets of the country whence exported directly to Canada without
any discount or deduction for cash, or on account of any drawback
or bounty, or on account of any royalty actually payable thereon or
payable thereon when sold for home consumption but not payable
when exported, or on account of the exportation thereof or for any
special consideration whatever;
(5) That no different invoice of the goods mentioned in said
invoice has been or will be furnished to any one; and
(6) That no arrangement or understanding affecting the purchase price of the said goods has been or will be made or entered
into between the said exporter and purchaser or by any one on
behalf of either of them, either by way of discount, rebate, salary,
compensation, or in any other manner whatsoever, other than as
shown in the said invoice.
(7) That each article on this invoice is bona fide the produce or
manufacture of the country specified on the invoice in the column
provided for that purpose.
Dated at                                                       1    Signature
this day of 19 J 	 PACKAGE GOODS
QUAKER  OATS
MOTHERS   OATS
QUICK   QUAKER
PUFFED   RICE
PUFFED   WHEAT
QUAKER  MILK MACARONI
QUAKER M I L,K SPAGHETTI
QUAKER  E«5G NOODLES
QUAKER FARINA
PETTIUOHN'S
QUAKE*? BEST CORN MEAL
QUAKER HOMINY GRITS
AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE FLOUR
SCOTCH PEARLED BARLEY
ETC.   ETC.
MANUFACTURERS   OF
&\MSiEPMk, BB0SMM
725 Standard Bank Bldg* ,
Vancouver, B. C.,
June 10# 1929a
BULK GOODS
ROLLED OATS,OATMEAL
CORN MEALAND FARINA
PEARLED AND GRANULATED HOMINY
PEARLED BARLEY
ETC.  ETC.
FLOUR
QUAKER FLOUR
MOTHERS   FLOUR
SCHUMACHER   PATENT   FLOUR
WHOLE WHEAT,  BARLEY
RYE AND CORN  FLOURS
BALANCED    RATIONS
FOR
HORSES, CATTLE,HOGS
AND  POULTRY
Wing Sang COe,
51 Pender Street „.$
Vancouver, B. CU
Dear Sirs:-
Referring to our conversation re Export Flour,
we list below the grades we would like to have your connection
buy from us:§ IR
Royal Seal Flour is our Bakers1 Patent, and is
sold in both China and Japan. It is a. splendid grade of flour
and present price figures about #4.75 per barrel for 49*s f.o.b.
steamer Vancouver. Approximate analysis of same is as follows:
Protein
14.65
Ash
.480
Wet Gluten
42.5
Dry Gluten
14.2
Olympic grade flour is slightly lower in quality
than Royal Seal, and is a good general purpose flour. Our present
price figures about $4.50 per barrel for 49's f.o.b. steamer
Vancouver.  Approximate analysis of same is as follows:
Protein
Ash
Sjfe,t Gluten
Dry Gluten
11.59
.560
35.4
11.8
1 Golden Grain is quite like a First Olear,   and
present price figures about $4.30 per barrel for 49fs f.o.b.
steamer Vancouver.      Approximate analysis on same is as follows:
Protein
11.43
Ash I
.610
Wet Gluten
34.4
Dry Gluten
11.3 "Wing Sang Co.
- 2 -
June 10, 1929.
Our Low Grade Straight is a straight run flour and
has been sold extensively this year in all parts of China. Our
present price figures around $4.20 per barrel for 49's f.o.b.§
steamer Vancouver.  Approximate analysis on same is as follows:
Protein
11.51
Ash
.620
Wet Gluten
uD »m
Dry Gluten
11.7
We hope it will be possible for us to do some
business with Sam Wo Hing through your Company at Vancouver
We will be pleased to hear from you at any time asking for
option on any of the above grades.
Yours truly,
OATS COMPAOT,
GST-D THE   BUILDING   SUPPLIES,   LIMITED.
TELEGRAPHIC  ADDRESS:
BUILDSUPLY.  SHANGHAI'
CODE   USED:
ACME
A.B.C.   5TH   &  6TH   EDITION
BENTLEY'S
PRIVATE
(incorporated in Hongkong)
48  SZECHUEN  ROAD
TRADING  DEPARTMENT
TEL. (C.) 10346
n
SHANGHAI,
September 24th 1929
oer s.s.ttEM£BESSfoF FBANCB"
He sears. Wing Sang
111, Pander Street
VAHCOtJVSB.    B.C.
Co.,
last
Dear Sire.
J|you are lar
into China, we are taki
are preparedfto form
BO SIHESS I
SALT lIJSEEX^Gr.
pers of dry salt herrings
liberty of asking if you
nnec 11on*
*v*
We have boughtNrarlngphe laet season an
appreciable quentit^^ni^xlt is our intention to set
intoftoueh wi thl
We know thatfyq
business with
year aa|vffic&
of their Sbf~
donefbusines
fiing flp
not don
I 1 T^
reliable shippers at your end.
done  in the oast seasons a nice
,  Sas| Woo Hing who had;:tetli laet
anghai. Since the closing down
Offloe we understand that yqufhave
the local Chinese firm-   Messrs.
le hear,  however,  that business was
im___msm satisfaction as^%a fish which you
sent to tK^T/bn .jflpsignment was not - sold at the right
moment but si- adfjlme when the market had reached  about
the lowestflevel.        We are writing all thesefparticulars
so that you may know., that we are in close touch with th|p
line and we 11 r;?|^forsi©d about th&|doings of other local pfjj
firms.ft      Should you care to do business with is, we
suggest that It is done in accordance wijfch the following
ferns? & Sb&ditions: -
fSBMS &  COlM^lOltS.
mam..n.w
 i'mnmt>rram >* nf  mm
mm
m *
fo|be quoted per ton of 8100 lbs.  c.I.f.
Shanghai - landed weight to be guaranteed
at 19150 lbs.  I any shortage to be refunded 500   10-1-29
THE   BUILDING   SUPPLIES.   LIMITED
(Incorporated in iJdngkong)
W TRADING DEPARTMENT
Messrs. Wing
- 2
Sang & Co.,
SHANGHAI,
tember 24th 19a9
VAIJCOWVEE,   B.C
TEiJEmm JL j&ikjLJjTi «*►  >*
to us immediately and any overage to be paid
by us to you Immediately.   | |§..
By 'Confirmed Bankers* Credits to be opened by
us in your favour immediately on acceptance
of a business.
SHIMSff:
—wwmm nmi •.  wm*m
SHIPPING
ctmmi m—■.«»
MARK:
lil.iinn in—MW.W.
PACKING:
t»-m I...
Win'  ■morwiimmini.
All shipments to be guarant
to peck* 33, -      ]
and 10f subject
Goods ordere^K^y -h^/tmA. consigned to
us are not W\We any Shipping Mark
Indie at Ii^2_soOTtye of supply but are
only to sH^^our aforementioned
mark
In boxes strap
h two or more wires.
fo be W|||;A,  including War Bisk and lip over
invoice v^Lueyy^lalms to be payable In
Sha^lmi-N^N^^rance to expire on the 30th
day B,ftG%)axfe4val_of steamte in Shanghai.
ascertain the landed weights,
re to be weighed witiln 10 days after
**h*\>rJ>£ival in Shanghai and weights  to be
en by Messrs.  Sisle.r, Beeves i Murphy or
btb$ Paulsen & 3ayeslavey - the cost for
ch weighing which at the present moment
amounts to S'hai Jfls.0.05 per box to be
bared by us.    ■■ ■  mm
We will say that we have bought,  do buy and will
buy on these Serma & Conditions from yourieompetitors.
We shall appreciate iffyouprlll kindly eenfirm
the  above and trust that you  are agreeable  to thesefpoints.
Our banking references|are:-
Iquitable Bastern Banking forp.* SfiAMEJtl - whose
Seattle correspondents are ..the lational Bank of
. Commerce!-. i
Chartered Bank of India, Australia & China, LOHDOIf.
Although this is a British registered firm it is
owned by an Anhwei Chinese gentleman of the name of Mr. Denis
Chen.   fhis gentleman Is, by the way, one of the largest 500   10-1-29
THE   BUILDING  SUPPLIES,   LIMITED.
(Incorporated in Hongkong)
'TRADING DEPARTMENT
H
3
SHANGHABeptember 24th 1929
Messrs. Wing Sand i Co.,
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
land and property owners in the International Settlement of
Shanghai as well as in the French Concession audi his wealth
is reported to be"-in the neighbourhood of approximately
£3,000,000. -. m
In case you wish to send us shipme
Herrings wifhout htevingfour purchases, you
request you to draw on us at 60 days af te
of the ft! 11 value in order tofgive us
clear and  sell the goods at the lmost;||y/&i>$ra
for you.        We are mentioning thisfpoi
of Dry Salt
do so but we
for 75$
[time to
ive prices
particular be
cause we understand that you are in/lhs haeit of doing so
aSfar. as Messrs frag Tak Tai are corf^^ed.        It goes
without saying that all our purctosek will be covered by
Confirmed Bankers*  Credits whioa/wcr^mll open in your
favour immediately upon closi^gVofJV business.
In concluding, ^e wi^to assure you that it
will be our endeavour to m^xkyf^tj closely with you and
we sine er el |f trust thajfr^f^a^^al reciprocate by giving
us yonr lowest quotat
this
li»e wish
some offers
Ii can do
ym  would cable us on receipt of
.rly shipment and we shall see
fours faithfully,
41  c
#■
I   ftJ:BM Q
C.M.ROLSTON,
MANAGER
M.A.McDOWELL,
SALES MANAGER
H.D.YOUNG,
ASST. SALES MANAGER
O
Imperial Oil Limited
Sales   Department
VANCOUVER, B.C.
October 28th,Jl929.
SUBJ ECT
WING SAHG CO
"51 "Pender" "st'.E#",
CTITY
No.....S4a
Dear Sir:-
As our books are undergoing the annual audit, we
are anxious to receive, and would greatly appreciate, a
verification of your account.
Our auditor has already sent you two requests,
asking that you verify September 30th balance, but he has
not received your reply to either letter.
Your balance on our books on September 30th was $ 12.60
Will you kindly advisejif this amount agreed with
your books on September 30th, by signing this letter below
and returning it in one of the envelopes already furnished
you.
Yours very truly,
IMPERIAL OIL LTD.
C. M. Rolston
Signature Date
Remarks
ALL   QUOTATIONS   SUBJECT  TO  CHANGE WITH O UT NOTICE I
Telephone Seymour 313 ■■3§N£.-
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver
P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
^ztMx&tieb    IBBB
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS.  GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.0-etJ*toer.-£Qtht 192.9.1...
The Manager,
Imperial Oil Ltd*,
234 Smiths Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
have your letter Ho* 640, dated the 28th inst* in
which you stated our balance on your books on September 30th
was $12*60, and asked tie to verify that balance*
As this amount does not agreed with our books, we beg
you willf furnish us with afstatement that will show ue in particular what item this amount #12*60 belongs to*
Yours truly,
I WHO SANG C0B5PASY,
Per ^P^^'.ifS^W
mmmmmmmmmmmssm
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m
No
 S3....Z.
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected ^...©...O....^!?^^.
^H%4L9L4~....t71..iAy^  boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked....4.:.M..*. .., which were cured and packed
by../. i/Lo.^r3^i7r^ § :...	
at ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspcction...(s3x&...4d>..a.3.3. 192 ty....
Place of Inspection .^L*fc4^^ /3"£ C,7Z^^d/-^.
^^^^^^^^^^B
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing ^  -^ X.^^y^-.yyX^yy,  ~^^
^3^Xr    ■'=-,. ^.7 V-d,^;-^^..^—
DUPLICATE—For Packer
No
 H
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected....^..O..0..._^.....
«5%^dC<<U..LJ.fH^^^<r^ boxes of dry salted herring
(Quantity to be written in full)
marked..../.:..Mr. which were cured and packed
^yX^k? >>O^^V.<^. .0?. .♦. -i^feL	
at Ir^a^^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspection..CfJ^Z(^^33. 192 9..... ^
Place of Inspection ^&£<rJ^^ C*CVa4
^^^^^^^^H
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing Telephone Seymour 313
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver,
m
P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
^xtnbix&xitb    IBB$
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS. GENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS
51 PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C _QoA~2*i*h
1929.
B.W*Greer & Son Ltd., %
602 Hastings St*, W*, J|   i
Vancouver, B.C*
Oentlemen:~
We beg to enclose herewith our shipping instructions for
the undermentioned goods to be shipped by your Steamer sailing from
Vancouver, B*C* Oct 28th 1929*
Kindly make out Bills of Lading in aooordanoe with the
following particulars.
y
Steamer
* Yokohama Maru w
Mark
:|t*m.
Ho of Package s
f^* t"    "^ tB"»   •••» m^^ Vff?*P^T*^^*^3 hw t"*^
493 box®©
Description
Salted Herring
Shipper
Wing Sang Co*,
Consignee
Sam Wo Hing & Co
Destination
fHong Kong
Ac Lighter
•Bervin"
So of copies
B/L required
- 6 copies!;
Yours truly,
s
Wing Sang Co.,\ Telephone Seymour 313 ^J
Cable Address "WINGSANG" Vancouver.
X)
P. O. BOX 15
Bentley's  CODE
WING SANG CO.
^stnbixeixieb    IBBS
WHOLESALE  MERCHANTS.  GENERAL AGENTS, Jj
IMPORTERS  &   EXPORTERS       j
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C.jQatoher.„I6.thf...192.9.*! 92
The Industrial and Commercial!Bank, Ltd*,
Corner Peking & Szeohuen Heads,
Shanghai, China*
Bear Sirs:
beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter O.G.D*
Ho* 406, dated September XSth enclosing a draft Ho* 1170 in
our favor for Can* $495*33 for redemption of one Short Term
Bond lo* 01X878 for #1,000*00 Shanghai currency, and interest
for sis Coupons Ios# 0II874 - 79, the total of which is $240*00*
Thanking you for yeur prompt attention*
Yours rer^ truly,
Wing Sang Co*,
Per
nager*
1 WATKINS, LOW, LIMITED
1001 Dominion Bank Building
I VANCOUVER  B.C.
Ex Contract No,
SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS
Date
Oct  I8th 1929
To
Messrs Arden Salt Co repay •
San Erancfisco* Cal.
Commodity
Half ground Salt  in I25# bags..
Quantity
Two hundred tons
Ship For Account of    Messrs Wing Sang Co.
Per Steamer
S;S#Wlilapa
Loading Date
About October 24th 1929
At
Of
ban Francisco
For Steamer's Discharge at     Chemainus
Documents
Air mail to Vancouver without delay
Rate of Freight
mmm
per ton, payment on discharge.
Remarks
Copy to 1
Confirminh our wire of thisidate.
Messrs Wing .Sang Co
51  Pender St E.
City*
If not in accordance with your instructions,
please notify us promptly.
Yours faitj^lly,
Per •
•
O
o
No
77&~
• •••••• _f»« * * •mmtm • • • • • '
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected.....?.&.... 'Mfi^ff^.	
^^^^^^^^^U^m boxes of dry salted herring
77       ( Quantity to l^rritten in full)
marked 7.7..\y.\3. .y........which were cured and packed
hy...7.i7bQ....i&..tkh^0k .7......?.	
at ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^R
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
1k
Date of Inspection
Place of Inspection...
\on...($7C7y..2^.h.37 ma.
Tb'C-C
a**-
£^s// Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
No
4,6
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected....Y.K. 7^.£7&<&.
y^^rr^\h^i^y4A4i &^&.fWr: boxes of dry salted herring
/ (Qdfhtity to be wrj^Ai in full)
marked /..'..iYl.: which were cured and packed
fcvvb
l^^^^^^^^m
by...
at...
for shipment, alia found the saicf^lierring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
of Inspection...Q^^^.P..3..:. 192 ty...
Date
Place of Inspection
f   ^S Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing 	
—	
O
o
WW
No.
-J5~
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...Q..^..(^...>^.<0^<?.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^m hoxes of dry salted herring
Y|   (Quantity to be written in full)
  .'...(si.* yy • which were cured and packed
at...:^.^ pHHfl
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspeclion..f(J^.....^.f^l 192 |jj
Place of Inspection..^ f£><£ <*4*r**^4
^^^^^K
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing DUPLICATE—For Packer
No
Jt>
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
I      CERTIFICATElOF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
T^IS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected....(?...#.#..
/a.%/7?^.j33lf!f/y±.$  boxes of dry salted herring
^        (Quantity to be written in full)
marked l.t.fYfc .^ .,..which were cured and packed
by  Y-fc   SW* ■ .    ^^7
at   d^WifrH**   J^Ox^M^-'Cs    ^UU^kJ^.
for smpment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
■■P
Date of Inspection...V..S(^...<=^Xft7..:. 192<f.....
Place of Inspection...33^ILaJUi^ fa^ <!.0*^A
73/737% ...CL *...Z7.... QA4-£3j7xku&tr7r.
7
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing o o
No
IB
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected...^..^...^..../a.^?^f^.
3?hh/&}\__^^  boxes of dry salted herring
*    (Quantity to be written in fuller
marked j..f.f.Yr.r -.- which were cured and packed
I   \i:j7, & ~   I  Co x£&
by..
at
"&f^ck<^^^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
WmKm*
Dale of Inspection....\73y$n....<7....7/... 192 St.... _
Place of Inspection 37&.aJ3x&7^...J^ '(&£. 73. Cut*.
CT
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packi) DUPLICATE—For Packer
No.
W • fill •
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected....dfyz
*^.±H&L.Hm*^^  boxes of dry salted herring
»      / (Quantity to be written in full)     /
marked. f.:..§.. J.T. §§ -itv~ywhich were cured and packed
w^s^^^Sbl	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
(kllZAy...
Date of Inspection...%7...^7^r....jfO.//h....3. 192 f...
Place of Inspection...33&L~dd^^ QsQ Qcoy*^*.
C4
&.7..^..(Xj^^
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing CUSTOMS,  CANADA
Form B 13—(Amended 1926)
Export Entry
500,000—3-26
,.3§3fsS^Mlk^        .§ .lip
(Place of lading)
Report No...r..p...J.-.3/-5	
m.
Entry No mm
ct-t?Ex
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production^and Foreign Ajcjbfcles, which are not subje
W      i./Ml «• lm t   liM
or Excise Duties, delivered by .ffi^M .*>f?^^| T3P.	
& / (Address of Owner <or Agent)
Export, Customs,
to
/$. f.....3$k?}&%^. for exportation to.
&%
*,jmy&4
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.) (Country of final or ultimate destination)
*&*$!& , consigned as below:
T.^tlf.:
via (1)	
N.B.—(1) State if shipped via United States Port, or direct from Canadian Port
Address, of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
H 9 m *n-
'\\Jfb
Number op
Packages
ARTICLES
Describe the articles fully as, canned pork, printed
cotton cloth, printing presses, apples, oats,
wheat, fee.   General terms such as
meats, dry goods, machinery,
prints, &c., will not
be accepted
fj*
Quantity
State number of
pounds,tons,
gallons,
yards, &c.
Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported goods
re-manufactured
in Canada
Foreign or
imported products in same
condition as
imported
0, ™»&*^
&JMQ&	
5 €'" 4 C*
h-
W3033&S
^3.33.....yEX
133331
fpl ti
STAMP  OF  PORT  OF^J
' I
W.*.m+.ww
WmLmm
««1R||
^fc
<fc>
%
>>4&J>I
p. I
 .^/^...^^^
Officer of Customs and Excky/L
I,... M$3MtehM. .C. I^*wm&
•tf owner, shipper or consignor), hereby certify that the above is a full and true
^fej&anent of the kindly quantities, values and destination of all the articles
demM:ed by me for e/wrtation^ aforesaj
Signed by
Residence	
Date	
im*>i&mtf**'0*vi*fi*t
«s«g}$SSf>
**-.
•«**».
See Regulations on the other side o
INSTRUCTIONS
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, CANADA
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Railway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:—
CUSTOMS EXPOET ENTRIES
The special attention of Railway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the following provisions of the
regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate
accompanying the way-bill of all goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS RESPECTING CUSTOMS ENTRIES AND  STATISTICAL RETURNS OF  GOODS EXPORTED FROM  CANADA,   IN FORCE
AND  EFFECT ON  AND  AFTER   1ST  JULY,   1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector of Customs at the last port
in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by
land, and at the port where laden on the exporting ship if the goods be exported bjr water, each such port being herein
designated as "the port of exit from Canada/'
Summary of Customs Regulations respecting Export Entries of goods required to be observed by Shippers and Railway
Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Railway stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from
Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form R. 13), in duplicate, is required for Customs Statistical purposes
to be forwarded along with the way-bill from the place of lading, in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place
in Canada and consigned as for exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the Railway Agent) in the presence
of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
3. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles" or "Foreign Articles." Goods
exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign
Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading
"Domestic Articles."
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."
4. Export Entries are required for coin or bullion exported, as in the case of other exports.
5. Remember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated and as ordered by the
Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to the Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada
(being the last porfrin Canada through which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada
when exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished and firmly attached to the
way-bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for detention and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier
until Export Entries therefor are obtained and delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries from inland stations, the
Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of Customs and state particularly the place of lading, in
order that the neglect to forward Export Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that tne manager of the
railway may be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is to be stated in the Export
Entry as the country to wjiich Exported, and this rule is to be strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest,
and of Animals and of Dairy and other Agricultural produce shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate destination of the shipment is to
Great Britain or some other country beyond the United States, the transit through United States being merely an incident
in the course of the exportation to the ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing the name of the shipper
and consigo^Qxespectively in each case.
A "general" entry is not acceptable in which the shipments of several shippers to the same consignee are "bulked"
together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and the name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry, marked "subject to
drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit. p|
R. R. FARROW,
Deputy Minister of Customs and Excise.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400.00.
Note A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers or their Agents in the execution
of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export Entry (Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made
for each shipment less than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for each car
used in comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is required to be exercised by the shipper or his
agent in giving the correct quantities and values on such Export Entries.
i
V M   I Form No. 146 lm 8-23 Mitchell-Foley, Ltd., P       Irs and Stationers, Vancouver, B.C.    v
\J
Export Entry B-13
EXPORT ENTRY
(Place of Lading.)
  Report No:..!L.I.^..y...(....,
Entry No.nJ.1.2-B-2-a..:
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not
subject to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by Wlng..Sang— C*>-
(Address of Owner or
to    	
Agent.)
^8...2!jaaflare.us j for exportation to ..QM&& 1
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.) (Country of Final or Ultimate Destination.)
via
(1)
N.B.  (1)—(State if shipped via United States Port or direct from Canadian Port.)
Address of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
X~M~
Hong gong.
Number of
Packages
388-
ARTICLES
Describe   the   articles   fully  as,   canned   pork,
printed cotton cloth, printing presses, apples,
oats, wheat, etc.   General terms, such as
meats,   dry goods,  machinery,
prints,    etc.,    will    not
be accepted.
boxes dry ftfi.lt.
herring	
Quantity
State number
of pounds,
tons, gallons,
yards, etc.
■y£
&
^ ^tfps
%   | mm
15g200#
Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported  goods
remanufactured
in  Canada
Foreign or
imported products
in same
condition as
imported
$3880+00
0>  :S*S**# -
STAMP OF PORT OF EXIT.
WELmaSWt.
asfflfl*
jet
BUI
1,
(Owner , Shipper or Consignor ) hereby certify that the above is a
full and true statement of trie kinds, quantities, values and destination of
all the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
Signed by
Residence 7.a&C.QH?.er...B...C
Date ...QO.t...2L..192.9.
BSif3 See Regulations on the other side U
No. 2020 B.
MEMORANDUM
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA.
Ottawa, 80th June, 1916.
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Railway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned:
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES.
The special attention of Railway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS   RESPECTING   CUSTOMS   ENTRIES   AND   STATISTICAL    RETURNS    OI    GOODS   EXPORTED   FROM
CANADA IN  FORCE AND EFFECT  ON  AND  AFTER  1ST JULY,   1900.
l.J|Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for
places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on the
exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port being herein designated as
"the port of exit from Canada."
Summary of Customs Regulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Railway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Railway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 18) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
% The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Railway Agent) in the presence of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
8. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles"
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form
(B. 18) but under the heading "Domestic Articles."
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."
4. Export Entries are required for coin or bullion exported, as in the case of other exports.
5. Remember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to
the Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada
through which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada
when exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished
and firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for
detention and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are
obtained and delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries
from inland stations, the Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Railway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the* Export Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural products shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate
destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United
States, the transit through United States being merely an incident in the course of the
exportation to the ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case.
A "general" entry is not acceptable, in which the shipments of several shippers to the same
consignee are "bulked" together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and the
name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400.
Commissioner of Customs.
Note A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export
Entry (Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less
than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for
each car used in comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is
required to be exercised by the shipper or his Agent in giving the correct quantities and
values on such Export Entries.
Tm Form No. 146 lm 8-23 Mitchell-Foley, Ltd., Prk    vs and Stationers, Vancouver, B.C,
Export Entry B-13
EXPORT ENTRY
llsWigil«a§	
(Place of Lading.)
Report No. .^?&k ~._
Entry No. s!A2$£A. I
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not
subject to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by ....:..;_ ..vr*....T.„ *	
(Address of Owner or Agent.)
to    MHWriMHi ! for exportation to HNHRi	
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.) (Country of Final or Ultimate Destination.)
via
I DIRECT.
N.B.   (1)—(State if shipped via United States Port or direct from Canadian Port.)
Address of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
Y. M.
Number of
Packages
ARTICLES
Describe   the   articles   fully  as,   canned   pork,
printed cotton cloth, printing presses, apples,
oats, wheat, etc.   General terms, such as
meats,   dry goods,  machinery,
prints,    etc.,    will    not
be accepted.
2D0     3X3. DRf SALT HERRING.
Quantity
State number
of pounds,
tons, gallons,
yards,  etc.
Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported  goods
remanufactured
in  Canada
%9
100000
$ 2000.00
'/o
w
E*.—	
m7>7
NH
°$3y
Wm jS'**.
Foreign or
Imported products
in same
condition as
imported
STAMP OF PORT OF EXIT.
I   n\ W^ 3-f^
•&
S*°£U*
■^ed*
co^
m
<u
(Owner , Shipper or Consignor ) hereby certify that the above is a
full and true statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destination of
all the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
£y
Signed by
Residence ...:..VANC.OU.VER..B...C.
Date QCTQBER..5IH,...1929.
ESP* See Regulations on the other side a
1
No. 2020 B.
MEMORANDUM ,
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA. g
Ottawa, 30th June, 1916.
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Railway and Steamship Lines and Others Concerned^
CUSTOMS  EXPORT ENTRIES.
The special attention of Railway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in for^e 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS   RESPECTING   CUSTOMS   ENTRIES   AND   STATISTICAL    RETURNS    OI    GOODS    EXPORTED   FROM
CANADA 12* fORCJ-3 AND EFFECT ON  AND AFTER  1ST JULY,  1900.
1. Export entries in duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last port in Canada through which goods for exportation pass outwards for
places beyond thfe limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on tlie
exporting ship if. the goods be exported by water, each such port be^ng herein designated aa
"the port of exit from Canada."
Summary of Customs Regulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Railway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Railway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in all cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Railway Agent) in the presence of a witness, and is not required to be attested to.
8. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles"
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form
(B. 13) but under the heading "Domestic Articles."
Export Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."
4. Export Entries are required for coin or bullion exported, as in the case of other exports.
5. Remember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Governor in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to
the Collector of Customs at the port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada
through which the goods for exportation pass outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada
when exported by land); and that it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished
and firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for
detention and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are
obtained and delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccompanied by Export Entries
from inland stations, the Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Railway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the Export Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural produce? shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate
destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United
States, the transit through United States being merely an incident in the course of the
exportation to the ultimate market beyond,
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case.
A "general" entry is not acceptable, in which the shipments of several shippers to the same
consignee are "bulked" together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and the
name of the shipper in each instance.
Note alsp, w]|£n drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit.
Commissioner of Customs.
Penalty for neglegt tp deliver Export Entry, $400.
Note A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export
Entry. (Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less
than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for
each car used in comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is
required to be exercised by the shipper or his Agent in giving the correct quantities and
values on such Export Entries. S33,- xg/gs,
Form No. 146 lm 8-23 Mitchell-Foley, Ltd., Prinl^^^and Stationers, Vancouver, B.C.
Export Entry B-13
EXPORT ENTRY
VANCOUVER   B.  C*
MM
(Place of Lading.)
Report No	
Entry No, i-3-2-i
Entry and List of Articles of domestic production and of Foreign Articles, which are not
subject to Export, Customs or Excise Duties, delivered by .W.I.fi(l..JiAftfi...C.Qy.PAN^.t.	
(Address of Owner or Agent.)
to    .?„•?_'.. 3.9. $ OH[A MA..JkUaiL. for exportation to HONGKONG .CHINA .
(Name of Railway or Vessel, &c.)
a) DIRECT*
(Country of Final or Ultimate Destination.)
via
N.B.  (1)—(State if shipped via United States Port or direct from Canadian Port.)
Address of Consignee and
Marks on Packages
Y.
Number of
Packages
421
ARTICLES
Describe   the   articles   fully as,   canned   pork,
printed cotton cloth, printing presses, apples,
oats, wheat, etc.   General terms, such as
meats,  dry goods,  machinery,
prints,    etc.,    will    not
be accepted.
BXS.ISALT herring
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p$\ 3
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S4 #^f|l#ii |1 ^|
Quantity
State number
of pounds,
tons, gallons,
yards, etc.
246500
~L BS™
Value at Time and Place
of Shipment
Domestic products, including
imported  goods
remanufactured
in Canada
4930.00
mm
»
i
STAMP OF PORT OP EXIT.
%
$.
0333m^f
«
'tie
«*,
m
:*m
• *
Q0ma^roj3m
9  *
Foreign or
Imported products
in same
condition as
imported
(Owner , Shipper ^br Consignor ) hereby certify that the above is a
full and true statement of the kinds, quantities, values and destination of
all the articles delivered by me for exportation as aforesaid.
Signed by
Residence .
Date ^^^^^f^^^^H
$3^° See Regulations on the other side ^~
'7g2£7 . ::a-apa.ee - -
LI
No. 2020 B.
MEMORANDUM   '^^J ^"^H
DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMS, CANADA.
OTTAw;A/80th June, 1916;
To Collectors of Customs,
Agents of Railway and Steamship Jjines (ind Others Concerned/:
CUSTOMS EXPORT ENTRIES.
The special attention of Railway Companies and other carriers of goods is directed to the
following provisions of the regulations as to Export Entries, in force 1st July, 1900, particularly as to an Export Entry (on Form B. 13) in duplicate accompanying the Way Bill of all
goods laden at an inland port or place when consigned as for exportation from Canada.
REGULATIONS   RESPECTING   CUSTOMS   ENTRIES   AND   STATISTICAL    RETURNS    OI    GOODS    EXPORTED    FROM
CANADA ISST  FORCE AND EFFECT ON  AND  AFTER 1ST JULY,   1900.
1. Export entries in [duplicate for statistical purposes shall be delivered to the Collector
of Customs at the last port in Canada through which goods for exportation, pass outwards for
places beyond the limits of Canada when exported by land, and at the port where laden on the
exporting ship if the goods be exported by water, each such port being herein designated as
"the port of exit from Canada."
Summary of Customs Regulations respecting Export Entries of goods, required to be observed
by shippers and Railway Carriers in Canada, when goods are laden at Inland Railway
stations and sidings and consigned for exportation from Canada.
Note particularly that an Export Entry (oh Torm B. 13) in duplicate, is required for
Customs Statistical purposes to be forwarded along with the way bill from the place of lading,
in jail cases when goods are laden at an inland port or place in Canada and consigned as for
exportation from Canada.
2. The Export Entry may be signed by the shipper or his agent (who may also be the
Railway Agent) in the presence of a witness, arid is not required to be attested to.
8. Goods for exportation are classed in the Export Entry form as "Domestic Articles"
or "Foreign Articles." Goods exported from a Customs Bonded Warehouse are to be reported
on the same form (B. 13) but under the heading "Foreign Articles."
Goods exported from an Excise Warehouse are to be reported also on the same form
(B. 18) but under the heading "Domestic Articles."
Expert Entries from Customs or Excise Bonded Warehouse as aforesaid are to be marked
at the top as "Ex-Warehouse for Statistics."-^ |?P^ SP       IN^IS llll
4. Export Entries are required for coin or bullion exported, as in tihe case of other exports.
5. Remember that the Export Entries in duplicate for statistical purposes as above stated
and as ordered by the Gove^^^in Council are to be delivered by the carrier of the goods to
the Collector of Customs at M port of exit from Canada (being the last port in Canada
through which the goods fo:^p ^^;ion p^ss outwards for places beyond the limits of Canada
when exported by land); and lirai it is most important to have the Export Entries furnished
and firmly attached to the way bill from inland places in order to avoid the necessity for
detention and side-tracking of the goods at the frontier until Export Entries therefor are
obtained and delivered to the Canadian Customs Officer.
6. When goods for exportation arrive at the frontier unaccoriipanied by Export Entries
from inland stations, the Collector of Customs is to report the facts to the Commissioner of
Customs and state particularly the place of lading in order that the neglect to forward Export
Entries may be traced to the proper railway agent, and that the manager of the Railway may
be notified through the Department of Customs of such irregularity and neglect.
7. The country of ultimate destination to which the goods are destined for a market is
to be stated in the Export Entry as the country to which Exported, and this rule is to be
strictly observed and particularly as to exports of the forest, and of Animals and of Dairy
and other Agricultural produce* shipped via the United States, as articles may be carelessly
declared by shippers as for exportation to the United States when in fact the ultimate
destination of the shipment is to Great Britain or some other country beyond the United
States, the transit through United States being merely an incident in the course of the
exportation to the ultimate market beyond.
Note Particularly:—
That a separate Export Entry in duplicate should be delivered for each shipment, showing
the name of the shipper and consignee respectively in each case.
A "general" entry is not acceptable, in which the shipments of several shippers to the same
consignee are "bulked" together without specifying the particulars of each shipment and the
name of the shipper in each instance.
Note also, when drawback of Customs duty is claimed, that a third copy of Export Entry,
marked "subject to drawback," should accompany the goods to the frontier port of exit.
IP Commissioner of Customs.
Penalty for neglect to deliver Export Entry, $400. ^
Note A.—Customs Officers are instructed to specially direct the attention of Shippers
or their Agents in the execution of Export Entries (Form B. 13) that a separate Export
Entry (Form B. 13) executed in duplicate is required to be made for each shipment less
than a carload lot, also that Export Entries in duplicate are required to be executed for
each car used in comprising a total consignment or shipment. Also that great care is
required to be exercised by the shipper or .his Agent dri giving the correct quantities and
vafues on such Export Entries.
V i - . >
I
& (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
*K
C**EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTDn
I CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
" "BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL S: CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No. 2534 Date     VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   9th 1929
Messrs.   Wing Sang & Co.
DEARSIRS: Vancouver, B.  C.
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
c * expected to sail about
s-s-     «TEUCER» TOY.   7 |       JAMMY 28th 1930
Commodity: SALT FISH   IN BOXES
Quantity: 1200  BOXES
Port of Loading: VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination: KOBE/HONG KONG.
Freight Rate: CURRENT RATE  IN EFFECT AT TIME OF SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges: pr-jr  Arbitrary:
Remarks: REQUIRED FOR LOADING OH  OR ABOUT JANUARY 20th 1930
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pro.DODWELL 0 CO., LTD.
Accepted: /  ^  y^\m
c>&---/!37!3=3337737===d^
Assistant General Manager.
  As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
Shipper. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN ft HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
>
C   EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTd£
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No.****. Date    miGOUfll 1.0.   SEPT.   9th 1929
Messrs. Wing Sgtftf &  0#.
frtoWii'•* B# CM-..
DEAR SIRS:       ' || p     #:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
__, *      _ expected to sail about
S.S.   KfltlCfS* TOT.   f    P JJJRUBY 28th 1930
Commodity: SIM! FISH   IN B0XB8
Quantity: |®0  feiSi
Port of Loading:    fMOOUfll   B.C.
Destination: EOBl/lONG I01G.
Freight Rate: CWUOOSf RATE   II IfFlOf AT fill  OF 3RXPK8KS.
Freight Charges:   p-jy  Arbitrary:
Remarks: IBftUIRED FOE LOADING ON OR ABOUf' JllHTllf 10%h 1930
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Assistant General Manager.
  As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
Shipper. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN a HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
/
_ 0EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATIONiCO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No.   2525
Messrs.    wing Sang & Co.,
™-k^ omr Vancouver B. C.
DEAR SIRS:
Date VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   9th 1929
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S. S.
expected to sail about
^TALTHYBIUSn VOY.   T.P.  39
Commodity: SALT FISH   IN BOXES
FEBRUARY 18th,  1930
Quantity:
1200 BOIES
Port of Loading:    VANC0UT7ER B.C.
Destination: KOBE/HONG KONG
Freight Rate: CURRENT RATE   IN EFFECT AT TIME  OF  SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges:   ^r— \
Remarks:
Arbitrary:
REQUIRED FOR LOADING ON OR ABOUT FEBRUARY 11th 1930
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL & CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN 8 HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
^EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD J
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No.    jgjfeg
Messrs.     f itig flftgkg' 4b C0#>
Date VANCOUVERlB.C.   SEPT.   9th 1929
DEAR SIRS:
lixnmwfw 1. 6*'
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S.S.
expected to sail about
«SALffiIlIUS* TOY*  T.P.  01
Commodity: SALS FISH   IN BOHi
fllimiY IStli t  1930
Quantity:
2&00 BOXES
Port of Loading:    VAB60TTVBR B»C*
Destination: ROBB/HOHG KOIG
Freight Rate: IWilf RAffi IN tfTKf if TBttt OF  SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges:   gg.
Arbitrary:
Remarks:
ISfCrillt f01 mmiM ON 01 ABOUT filltJliY 11th 1930
1. This "engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 0 CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN 8 HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
(^ EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD.
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No. 2526 Date   VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   9th  1929
Messrs.     Wing Sang & Co.,
DEARSIRS: Vancouver, B.  C.
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
q * expected to sail about
*  '"IXION* VOY.   T.P|27 MARCH 11th,  1930
Commodity: SALT FISH§IN BOXES
Quantity: 1200 BOXES
Port of Loading:     VANC COVER B . C .
Destination: KOBE/HONG KONG.
Freight Rate: CURRENT RATE  IN EFFECT AT TIME  OF SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges:  .pr-jy  Arbitrary:
Remarks:
REQUIRED FOR LOADING ON OR ABOUT MARCH 4th, 1930
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pxo. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Assistant General Manager.
  As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
Shipper. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
SM 7-29 LOWMAN 8 HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
■ JC -EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTL J
j| - |S CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL a. CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No.tiiS Date VilCOWBI B.C.    SEPT.   9th   1929
Messrs.    Willi  8«R* A Co.f
Vamaoaver, BjaC.
DEAR SIRS: |f
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
1
q * ■# expected to sail about
b'b*IXI01» TOY,   T.Pf  2? MMCH 11th* 1930
Commodity: SALT FISH  IN BOXES
Quantity: 1200 B0XS3
Port of Loading:   fmC(mW%Bm^3
Destination:        -. X§il/l0fjt KONG.
Freight Rate: CURRENT lAfl   IN BFFICf At fUffl OF SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges:   £=r-jy  -1     Arbitrary:
iv PIT.Zlf* K ^ *
BBQUZSXD FOR LiH H§ 01 OB ABOUT MMCE 4th,  if30
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 0 CO., LTD.
Assistant General Manager.
 --  As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
Shipper. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
SM 7-29 LOWMAN 8 HANFORD CO 38797 PR/NTED IN U.S.A.
/
SEATTLE  BRANCH
FOURTH AVE.AT  UNION  STREET
NEW YORK BRANCH
e-io Bridge street
VICTORIA AGENT
916    GOVERNMENT  STREET
OTHER  BRANCHES AND AGENCIES  IN
ALL PRINCIPAL PORTS OF THE WORLD
Ties
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Regular Passenger and Freight
Service to and from the Orient
VANCOUVER, B.C.
September 15f1929•
B.W.GREER & SON
LIMITED
AGENTS
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BLDG.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
TELEPHONE   SEYMOUR "7329
IN   REPLY  PLEASE   REFER  TO
5363
Messrs. Wing Sang Company*
51 East Pender St.,
VANCOUVER, B.C.  |§
Gentlemen:
SAM FISH SPACE 1989/30
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmm
H       We enclose herewith Freight Engagement #1799
covering 8400 short tons Salt Herring, destination Shanghai
or Hong Kong, your optionf spread from the ^SHIDZTJOKA MARU11
October 10tht to the "YOKOHAMA. MARU" January 16 th*
■a if      If at any time yoi^find that you require addi~
tional space on any of|these sailings, if you will kindly
notify us we will endeavorfto accommodate you.
Kindly sign and return duplicate copy of Freight
Engagement by first mail.
Yours very truly,
B. W. GEE
JAB/M
Bnel.
TB.f
Agents
per. S D 218 5M 11-7-28. I.C.P.
CONFIDENTIAL
mm
NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA
SEATTLE BRANCH
FREIGHT ENGAGEMEN
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Messrs.
No.      1"99      	
Vancouver, B.C.
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^^B' VANCOUVER »|B.Cr ,        .
Gentlemen: .—. ipf ...    .... -        i§||!|    |f^|
te ^Ve confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
SHIPPERS   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ L...1... 1 1.
COMMODITY  | La...la?^..^??^?.^....fi | §|||g j ,..,
QUANTITY  JB*j30. SHOBT _.TOBS... r.  J Weigth..MOQr._Tou.s of..8Q©0    Pounds
Equivalent (Meas't.) Tons of cu. ft.
JEUC* i - --- S - VIA.
POINT OF ORIGIN OR
fl§ LOADING PORT
, FOR SHIPMENT FROM._...IMCQUVM 1  T0 ^gjj|gflggj^
T
IN THE SS.....(.Aa--Ellit-lBAaX:4 - -   - MARU or substitute    Jo M
SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT.. .(M..?^...?^??. \ , 192	
AT OCEAN RATE OF..|av5.0...PSR..40. CU.#..J.f •..! .PP FREIGHT "CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS: 1      '"        -'-♦"    ■■■%.37'%' -3
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the Nippon Yusen
Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or curtailing its
service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened, make it unsafe or
imprudent for vessels owned,  chartered, or operated by it,  to sail on their intended voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers are
to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the vessel,
nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all
domestic carriers' charges and/or requirements.    Shippers to furnish al! necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in  due time for loading.
7. Loading dates, for cargo, to be loaded at outside docks (i. e., other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her stay on
Puget Sound, and/or British  Columbia ports.
\ 8. Vessel  reserves the right to load day and/or night including  Sundays  and Holidays.
9. As to Flour and Wheat: Bills of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If
Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents."    Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. Shipments of bulk wheat to be available and ready for loading to vessel at time and date required and at rate of not less than one thousand tons per regular working day of eight hours and to be delivered in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made. Any lost time,
stand-by time, overtime, resulting from failure to furnish bulk wheat at the above rate to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them. In the
event of vessel being obliged to work overtime for convenience of shippers, suppliers, loaders, elevators, wharves and/or others interested in supplying bulk wheat cargo all overtime expenses thereby incurred to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them.
11. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information as to
marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commerces.
12. Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered at ship's
tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
13. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside ship will be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put out lines
for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
14. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be resold by
shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
15. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled,  except by mutual "consent in writing.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED:
Shippers.
NIPPON YUSEN KAIS:
B.  W.
"P^flbhai'f "4i
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwise carri
without notice.
SEATTLE BRANCH
SON LIMITED,!
Agents.
.Manager.
Carriers several]./ birtTnot jointly.
i right to cancel this reservation o
300 SH0BX TOSS I SS. "SHIDZUOIA MARU" -
SAH.HFG FROM VANCOUVER
OS OR AB0U1	
OCTOBBi 10,1929
306
9
»    1 SS. YOKOHAMA MAHU*    -
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300
300
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1 nipAn yusen kaishP
SEATTLE BRANCH
FREIGHT ENGAGEMEN
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X799
Vanco we r § B.C.
§ ^BAXEL^J^^JL^ -si-p |~ -.-i-i-. , 192...$
Messrs*: wiii{j-s;ai0"0OiKir, B I
51 East Bender St*,
I   Be-      ■ VAIC0TJVER,  B*C. a   ••'■•■
Gentlemen:
We confirm having reserved space for your account as under:
j SHIPPERS : IBia..Bil-&--.aO!IEiJi: -	
.commodity I ?4??...??I®M? r	
QUANTITY  MQO...mOBH.3mM^ .., J Weigth..^400.....Tons of.JQOO~ Pounds
Equivalent (Meas't.) Tons of cu. ft.
FOR SHIPMENT FROM 1MS3SJM TO SIMSmi../..H.QM..JgSilG	
INTHESS (AS-PE-H-BAGK-)- - MARU or substitute
| SCHEDULED SAILING DATE ON OR ABOUT.! ..(AS..J?1H. MCE:)..„.. j , 192	
t AT OCEAN RATE OF..|a*50.-PJlR---4«l---CU*--J,-T* FREIGHT CHARGES PREPAID
REMARKS:
CONDITIONS
1. The above reservation is made subject to the sailing of the steamer on her regular voyage, to the terms and conditions of the Nippon Yusen
Kaisha Bill of Lading and to the Acts of Governments.
2. The carrier shall not be liable for any failure in the performance^ of this engagement arising from strikes, lockouts, or other labor disturbances, accidents to vessel, or from any other cause whatsoever, beyond its control; nor shall carrier be liable for discontinuing or curtailing its
service, if at any time, in the judgment of the carrier or its authorized agents, conditions of war, either actual or threatened, make it unsafe or
imprudent for vessels owned,  chartered, or operated by it,  to sail on their intended voyages.
3. In the event of failure to supply the cargo herein mentioned (or any part thereof), to the above vessel, or substitute thereof, shippers are
to be held liable for loss of revenue thereby entailed.
4. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control, or safety of, and is not liable for, the cargo until it is loaded on board the vessel,
nor for demurrage, storage, or any other charges that might accrue against shipment while awaiting delivery to steamer.
5. Delivery of cargo, unless otherwise provided herein, to be made alongside vessel at regular loading berth at time and date required free of all
domestic carriers' charges and/or requirements.    Shippers to furnish al! necessary documents and full shipping instructions before loading commences.
6. Carrier will not be liable to transport if cargo does not arrive alongside vessel in  due time for loading.
7. Loading dates, for cargo to be loaded at outside docks (i. e., other than regular berth), to be at steamer's discretion during her stay on
Puget Sound, and/or British  Columbia ports.
8. Vessel  reserves the right to load day and/or night including  Sundays  and Holidays.
9. As to Flour and Wheat: Bills of Lading to be given only upon presentation of N. Y. K. Mate's Receipts and proper weight certificate. If
Wheat is furnished in single bags, bills of lading to bear the following notation: "Single sacks. Ship not responsible for bursting of bags and consequent loss of contents."    Shippers to furnish sufficient extra bags for reconditioning during loading and discharging.
10. Shipments of bulk wheat to be available and ready for loading to vessel at time and date required and at rate of not less than one thousand tons per regular working day of eight hours and to be delivered in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made. Any lost time,
stand-by time, overtime, resulting from failure to furnish bulk wheat at the above rate to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them. In the
event of vessel being obliged to work overtime for convenience of shippers, suppliers, loaders, elevators, wharves and/or others interested in supplying bulk wheat cargo all overtime expenses thereby incurred to be for shipper's account and to be paid by them.
11. As to Lumber and Logs: Shipping Instructions, Export Declarations, Inspection Bureau Certificates, Specifications and information as to
marks, etc., to be furnished by shipper before loading commerces.
12. Lumber and/or Logs to be available and ready for loading at the rate of not less than 300,000 feet BM per day and to be delivered at ship's
tackle in such a manner as to enable proper stowage to be made.
13. No responsibility on account of Logs in booms, or Logs, Lumber, Shingles, Pulp, and/or other cargo, on scows alongside Ship will be assumed by the ship or its agent until after such cargo has been lifted from the boom or scow, regardless of whether or not ship has put out lines
for the purpose of securing such boom or scow.
14. This engagement is not transferable and it is understood that the space in this vessel covered by this engagement will not be resold by
shippers, and that if it is resold, carrier has the privilege of cancelling this engagement at its option.
15. This engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled, except by mutual consent in writing.
CONFIRMED AND ACCEPTED:       || NIPPON YUSEN KAIKftA., SEATTLE BRANCH
  b* w. w^Amm Lmxmi),
iliifB MMr&AA/u/Lms,      _^g©&ts*
 - •   ^^^......yflf (^....*r!£kl\#M  Manager.
Shippers. Jp6flp ,|>ehaME of Carriers^^^ not jointly.
Kindly sign and mail duplicate copy to us by return mail, otherwisejcgjaier^ right to cancel this reservation
without notice. s
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ON OB ABOU1
IIBJIW  ■■
300 SHOlf  T01S - SS.,rSHIBZU01A MARU* -       OCTOBER 10,1929
300
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I (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
/
1EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTr j|
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No.   2519
Messrs. Wing Sang <5b Co.,
Vancouver,  B. C
DEAR SIRS:
Date    VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   9th,   1929
We confinn, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
expected to sail about
S.S. ttjyndareus11 Voy.  T.P.  43
Commodity: SAXT FISH   II BOXES
OCTOBER 8th,  1929
Quantity:
1200 BOXES
Port of Loading:    VA1C OUVER  B.C.
Destination:
Freight Rate:
Freight Charges:
Remarks:
YOKOEAMA/KOm/EOm KONG.
VANCOUVER TO YOKOHAMA/KOBE - $8.00 per ton or 40  cu.ft.
VANCOUVER TO HONG KONG - $8.50 per ton of 40 cu.Zt.
Prepaid
Collect
Arbitrary:
Required tor  loading on or about September 30th 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Shipper.
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
SM 7-29 LOWMAN & HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
<^EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTCT^
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
2819
Engagement No.
Messrs Wing Sang & Co.,
iviessrs.   |j Vancouver,   B.ffCU
DEAR SIRS:
'      VANCOUVER B.C.  SEPT. 9th,  1929
Date '
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
sr^*^&artu®» fay* ef^!dlSsail about   OCTOBER 8th, 1929
SALT FISH  II BOXES    .
1S00 BOXES     .
Commodity:
Quantity:
Port of Loading: WC0OT1H  l|c.
Destination: Y0K0®Mik/KQM/MOM KONG.
Freight Rate:
VA1C0UV1I
VANCOUVER
TO TOKOHAM/KOBlf- |8.00 per ton of 40 cu.ft.
I § I §S#5Q per ton of 40 ou.ft.
Freight Charges:   gg
Remarks:
Arbitrary:
l#fiilf#t; for loading on or about Is^ptombfr 30th 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Shipper,
Assistant General Manager^
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
SM 7-29 LOWMAN _ HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64       ?§fef:
q:ean steam ship co., ltc J|
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No.     2520
Messrs.     Wing Sang & Co.,
Vancouver, B.  C.
DEAR SIRS:
Date   VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   9th 1929
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S-S-«TEUCERW VOY.   6
expected to sail about
OCTOBER 29th,   1929
Commodity:
Quantity:
SALT FISH  IN BOXES
1200 BOXES
Port of Loading:     VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination:
Freight Rate:
Freight Charges:
Remarks:
KOBE/HONG KONG
VANCOUVER TO KOBE - #8.00 per ton of 40  cu.ft.
p VANCOUVER TO HONG. KONG -  #8.50 per ton of 40  cu.ft.
77-ir  Arbitrary:
Collect
Required for loading on or about October 21st, 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers a\id crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd
SM 7-29 LOWMAN a HANF0RD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
QpEAN STEAM SHIP CO., LtQ
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No. 2520
Messrs.   Wing !asg 4 0.0 *..
Datei»TO| JMfc: SEPT. fth 1929
an0ouv0^# B*. C.
DEAR SIRS:
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
0 * expected to sail about
S-S*TEUCM^ VOY.  ft OCTOBER 29th,  1929
Commodity:
SALT KSHt Ii BOXES
Quantity: 1200  BOSS
Port of Loading: VAlCOUVro|l.0.
Destination: KOM/HONG K0»»
Freight Rate: Hl-0 OHHt  BQ £01®  **   $8.00 per  ton  of  40   ®U*£tJf
I   1 VANCOUVER TO !01f mm «i|S.50 per ton of 40 cu.ft.
Freight Charges: rr-7\  Arbitrary:
Collect
Remarks:
Itfutimt tm loading on or about October 21stJ§1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL & CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN & HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
■';/
J ^EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTlQ
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No.  2521
Messrs. Wing Sang & Co •,
DEAR SIRS: Vancouver,  B. C.
Date   VANCOUVER B.C.  SEPT.   9th,  1929
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S.S.
expected to sail about
"TALTHYBIUS11 VOY.   T.P.  38
Commodity:! SALT FISH   IN BOXES
NOVEMBER 19th,   1929
Quantity:
1200 BOXES
Port of Loading:      VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination:
Freight Rate:
Freight Charges:
Remarks:
KOBE/HONG KONG
VANCOUVER TO KOBE - #8.00 per ton of 40 cu.ft.
„ VANCOUVER TO HONGKONGf- #8.50 per ton of 40 cu.ft.
Prepaid „ . .
~ 3. — Arbitrary:
Collecc
Required for loading on or about November 10th 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
SM 7-29 LOWMAN & HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
|  ^AN STEAM SHIP CO., LTCTy
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
w
Engagement No. 2521
Messrs. Wing Sang A 00 • ,
DEAR SIRS: ▼«•««*«*.   W|
Date
UUVER B|C. SIPf.  9thf  1929
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S.S.
expected to sail about
^fALTffyilUS11 TOY.  T.P<|38   .
Commodity: SALT FESH BOXES
II0VSI111 19 th,  1929
Quantity:
dlSOO BOXES
Port of Loading:     VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination:
Freight Rate:
Freight Charges:
Remarks:
K0H:/S0SG mm "
IM6WR TO K08B
Hr
8.00 Dor'tton Of 40 ou*ft*
VANCOUVER fO S01GI0TO - $8*90 per ton of 40 ou.ft.
Prepaid , . .'
•pr—  Arbitrary:
Collect
Reqptir#4|foi* loafing on or about November 10th 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
.7.    This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 0 CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 "LOWMAN & HAN FORD CO 38797 (HADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
#1
M
f
5EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTD Jf
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., LTD.
AGENTS
Engagement No.  2522
Messrs. wing Sang & Co.,
r-^T-*™ nm^    Vancouver,  B.  C.
DEAR SIRS:
Date VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   $th,   1929
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
*iS*34j
„ *      llSRslii  ~A„     ~  ^expected to sail about
S.S.   "IXION" VOY.   T.P.   26 DECEMBER 10th 1929
Commodity:
Quantity:
SALT FISH  IN BOXES
1200 BOXES
Port of Loading:     VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination:
KOBE/HONG KONG.
Freight Rate: VANCOUVER  TO KOBE -  #8.00  per  ton of 40  cu.ft.
Freight Charges:
Remarks:
pJM^OUVER TO EONG KONG -  $8.50 per ton of 40  cu.ft
;=rrr  Arbitrary:
Collect
Required forlloading on or about December 1st, 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL S CO., LTD.
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
SM 7-29 LOWMAN a HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
"EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTEQ
CHINA MUTUAL STEAM|NAVIGATION CO., LTD
"BLUE FUNNEL LINE"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No.  25 gg
Messrs. ling  SnHf  &  00. t    .:
Vancouver* B. 0.
DEAR SIRS:
Date W AW OWM  B.C.   SEPT.   9th,   1929
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S.S.* «IXI01#V0Y.   f. f?Pl|d t0 sail ab°Ut     DECEMBER 10th 1929
Commodity:
Quantity:
SALT FISH IH BOIES
ieooIboxes
Port of Loading:      VAI0OUV1R B.G.
Destination:
Freight Rate:
Freight Charges:
Remarks:
fOIl/SOf© KOIG.
VANCOlift! tO KOBE - #S.OO per ton of 40 ou.ft.
pJAJjpmmn TO WW E01S - fSjpO per ton of 40 mitt.
~ „  Arbitrary:
Collecc .
Rtfuired forfloa&ing on or about December let, 1929
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control^br safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted:
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL 8 CO., LTD
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN ft HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
"EAN STEAM SHIP CO., LTcQ
3^^m CHINA MUTUAL STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD.
| "BLUE FUNNElIlINE"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No.    2523 Date   VANCOUVER B.C.   SEPT.   9th 1929
Messrs.   Wing Sang & Co.,
DEAR SIRS: Vancouver,  B. C.
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
q * Ipt expected to sail about
^^"TYraAREUS" VOY.  T.P.  44 JANUARY 7th,   1930
Commodity: IjSAlT FISH  IN BOXES
Quantity: 1200  BOXES
Port of Loading:     VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination: KOBE/HONG KONG
Freight Rate: CURRENT RATE  IN EFFECT AT|TIME  OF SHIPMENT.
Freight Charges:   ^~  Arbitrary:
Remarks: REQUIRED FOR LOADING ONOR ABOUT DECEMBER 30th,   1929 \
• 1.    This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Yours truly,
Per Pro^DODWELL 8 CO., LTD.
Assistant General Manager.
  As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd.
Shipper. China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
5M 7-29 LOWMAN 8 HANFORD CO 38797 (MADE IN U.S.A.)
FORM 64
£ *:ean steam ship co., ltt
china mutual steam navigation co., ltd.
"blue funnel line"
DODWELL & CO., Ltd.
AGENTS
Engagement No. 'pjlfiff JKS
Messrs. Wing Sang I Col
DatefVANCCOVER B.C.   SEPT.   ith 1929
DEAR SIRS:
ouv#*»,   Bi§0#
We confirm, subject to the conditions hereinafter stated, your engagement of space on the
M.S.
S. S.ff
Commodity:
Quantity:
expected to sail about
REUS" VOY.  T.P* 44
ItfS FISB   fit B0JS3-';.
1200 BOXES
JAKTARY ?th,  1930
Port of Loading:    VANCOUVER B.C.
Destination:
Freight Rate:
xom/mm nom - I
buiiiHf rati in mm
£3
I   aa . vm ■_
-dC*™
Freight Charges:   gg-
Remarks:
W
Arbitrary:
> #G? lOifpt Slit' ABOtf aiClMMI 30 th J1929
;    :
1. This engagement is contingent upon the safe arrival of vessel at loading port in fit condition to load cargo.
2. The carrier does not assume the care, custody, control or safety of, and shall not be liable for, the cargo
until after it is loaded on board the vessel, nor for demurrage, storage or any other charges that may accrue against
shipment whilst awaiting loading on board vessel.
3. Upon the cargo being loaded on the vessel it shall be carried subject to the terms, exceptions and conditions
of the carrier's regular bill of lading which shipper hereby agrees to accept.
4. If arrival of vessel in proper condition to safely receive, care for and carry the above cargo is delayed,
hindered or prevented by causes beyond carrier's control, including acts of God, perils of the sea, strikes, lockouts, acts
of Governments and acts, defaults or errors in judgment of officers and crew of vessels, the carrier shall have the option of cancelling this contract, or of repairing said vessel within a reasonable time and prosecuting the voyage, or of
substituting therefor any other vessel equivalent in classification either steam or motor.
5. This contract is not assignable or space covered hereby is not transferable without the written consent of
the carrier being first obtained, and may be cancelled by the carrier if it is assigned or space transferred without such
consent.
6. If shipper cancels or fails to ship by said steamer or substitute without the written consent of the carrier,
shipper shall be responsible to carrier for loss of revenue to vessel.
7. This confirmation of engagement when signed becomes a binding contract which cannot be altered or cancelled except by mutual consent in writing.
Please sign and send duplicate copy to us by return mail.
Accepted j
Yours truly,
Per Pro. DODWELL © CO., LTD,
Shipper.
Assistant General Manager.
As Agents for Ocean Steam Ship Co., Ltd
China Mutual Steam Navigation Co., Ltd
5M 7-29 LOWMAN & HANFORD CO 38797 H
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SALMON COTERIES.
Area No*
Plant
mf***m**mtmmm**'+***m
One   Massett
Langara
Watun River
Ferguson Bay
Shannon Bay
Purse
Seines
Drag
Seines
Gill
Nets
- 4
4
5
4
5
zz
Traps
Nil
Nil
Nil
Two
Alif ord Bay
South Bay.
Lagoon Bay
I*ockeport
8
8
8
8
32
Nil
Nil
Nil
Three      Wales Island
St Mill Bay
Naas Harbour
Arrandale
4
2
Z
4
75
W
38
75
37
12
225 .	
	
	
y
s
r\
Area No.
Plant
Purs 3
Soinea
mm
Seines
Gill
Nets
Trass.
Pour
Five
Tucks Inlet
Sunnysi de
Balmoral
Cunningham
Claxton
Dominion
Oceanic
Pt. Edward
Inverness
North p£.(.5.f ic
Skeena Commercial
British American
Haysport
Carlisle
Cassiar-
Humpback Bay
1    X
Nil
X   -    Pr. Rupert Harbour only
Captain's Cove
Iowa Inlet
8
8
5
5
64
55
68
59
68
64
64
68
63
59
43
68
64
68
68
68
1016
Nil
lo
10
Nil
Nil
Six
Barnard Cove
Bute dale
Klemtu
6
10
23
Nil
60 X
60
Kil
X - Gardner Canal only
I
fri* Area No.
Seven
Eight
3 -
Plant
O^JLij.Ud
So Ines
Gill
Nets
» ■ «»v«»..
Walker lake
Bella Bella
Namu
6
7
7
75 X
20
Nil
75
X     Fitzhugh Sound & Fisher Channel.
Mani t ou
Tallheo
Kimsqui t
Bella Coola
1
1
1
1
50 X
75 XX
50 X
75 XX
Nil
250
X   Dean Channel & labouchere Channel  only
XX   Burke Channel & Dab ouch ere Channel  only
Trare
Nil
Nil
}
Nine
Beaver
Provincial
Brunswick
Rivers Inlet
McTavish
Strathcona
Wadhams
Kildala
Goose Bay
Good Hope
Beatrice
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
100
89
93
32
54
92
92
100
67
121
77
10
Nil
977
Nil 	
O
~»   4t   —
Area No.        Blant Seine      Sell
oswell 1
Ten Margaret Bay        1
Smiths Inlet        1
LeRoy  1
Gill
Set
Trap
Net
70
101
95
70
Nil 336 Ml
Eleven Seymour  Inlet'
mmm+m~+
Twelve     Kin^come Inlet 6     2     60 X
King come Inlet
6
2
Sointula
5
2
Alert Bay
7
3
Bones Bay
6
2
G-lendale Cove
6
2
60 XX
30    11    120
X Kingcome  Inlet  only
xx Knight Inlet only x
thirteen        Quathiaski C 6 Wnrestricted gillnets
from areas 13 to 20
Deep Bay 8 3 (excluding Fraser River)
Sfariaimo 3
Z M I Mil
«,
Fourteen        Nanaimo 12 Unrestricted gill
if nets from areas $be
Deep Bay 12 I'd to 20
___  (Excluding: Fraser  33.)
■mm       ■■ i    ■    ■■■■■    > i n .»■   K.   ■ hi i    ii     linn,     in    iii      i-   ■ —«■—fc«fc«i  i   —      tiimmmi**wmmmm—mmmm*mmmmmmmmmm
24 Mil Nil r\
Area No.
*mmm
jl. TLkJIx u
£pj s e
11 in es
Pa..g  § Gill
Seines    Nets
Traps
mmmmmtmm
Fifteen
Hedonda
4
Unrestricted gillnets
from Areas 13 to 3Q
(exclcLdilng Fraser §•)
vmm+mmm
Nil
Nil
Sixteen to
Twenty
Twenty
Sidney       1
Great Northern 1
Brunswick
Imperial
Terra Ivova
Vancouver
Ewens
Bidwell
Venus ||
Glenrose
Great West
Phoenix
Gulf of Georg.
Home
2
2
1
3
4
1
2
Empire
Unrestricted gillnets
from Areas 13 to 20
and Fraser River
3
5
20
Nil
Nil
•
7 X
Nil
Nil
7
I
i
X
.s
4 J.H.Todd & Son
3 Sooke Harbor F: facing & Pkg.Co.Ltd.
Twenty-one Port Renfrew  2
2  Nil
Nil
Nil
Twenty-two    Nitinat
ii
6    Nil
ii
Nil gpksg
r>
Area No.
Plant
"Dt ' *n C* -*
i^L
irag
Some
Gill
Net
Trap
Twenty-three    Port Albomi
Kildonan
San Mateo
Twenty-four       Clayocuot
Twenty-five      Hecate
Nootk
a
Twenty-six        Caledonia
Twenty-seven    Kopr ino
Quatsino
5
10
6
6
30
30
30
21
Nil
90
Nil
8
8
Nil
Nil
Nil
8
8
16
Nil
Nil
Nil
2
2
Nil
Nil
Nil
12
mmmmtmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmtmmmtmmmi
■ i       ■       Hii  iC
Nil
Nil
Nil
m   n.    " » -«P#:
mmmmm
wssmmm.
uviit.«/.'L>ili
Tr        *t*D"
Area
Two
Six
SALMON DRY 5ALT3RI35S
Plant
Jackson Pass
Purse Seines
Skidegate
1
Queen Charlotte
2
Pac ofi
3
Huston Inlet
4l
J edway
4
Rose Harbor
1
15
1
Ten
Margaret Bay (Wastell)
Twelve
Fourteen
Sixteen
Telegraph Cave
Cooks
Moresby Is. Fisheries
Egraont
Deserted Bay
Fraser River
16 - 20
St. Mungo
Phoenix
Burrard
Colonial
Gare Ave.
Bidwell St.
4
2
Jnrestricted gill-nets
 2	
in
Jervis Inlet  only.
4
1
1
Unrestricted gill
1
nets on the Fraser
1
River.
1
1
Sixteen to   Victoria
Twenty
1
2 8
Area No.       Plant Purse Seines
Twenty three    Croll Cove 3
McCallum Bay 3
Ritherdon Bay 4
Green Cove 4
Sarita 3
Davis Island 3
Ecoole 4
24
Twenty five     Espenenza
Twenty Six      Tolmie
Chamiss Bay
8 mwimm^m
/
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PILCHARD PLANTS FOR |tBI COAST VANCOUVER ISLAND
Plant
Rating
Ucluelet       fH
Toquart
Ecoole
Sechart
San Mateo
Kildonan
Albion
Riley's Cove
East Bay
Shelter Arm
Watson
Matilda Creek
Clayoquot (Cannery)
Hecate
Ceepeecee
McBride Bay
Nootka
Espinosa
Queens Cove
Markdale
Cachelot
Lowin
Easy Creek
Caledonia
Koprino
Quatsino
1
2
4
8
5
2
2
2
2
2
Z
2
1
6
4t
8
2
4
2
6
3
4
3
3
2
x
86
x - Including Existing Canning Machinery. 4  *
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O
O
4^
V
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Area
Purse Seines
Barclay Sound, V.I.
Ritherdon Bay
McCallurn Bay
Sarita Bay
Croll Cove
Davis Island
Toquart
Eeoole
Sechart
San Mateo
Kildonan
Green Cove
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
25
/
Nootka & Kyoquot Sound
Queens Cove
Caledonia
Markale
Cachalot
Chamiss Bay
Tolmie
East Coast Vancouver Island
Moresby Is. Fisheries Ltd.
do
Pacific Coast Fish & Cold Storage
Ro Tabato & Co.
do
S. Tanaka &  Company
Chemainus Fishing & Pkg. Co.
Cowichan Saltery Co.
Yip Sang & Co.
Wm. Beck
Capt. A. Bradford
Otter Bay Fishing Co. Ltd.,
Canadian Fishing Co.
B. C. Packers, Ltd.,
do
Win. Betait
Nelson Bros.
2
2
1
9
Location     Pur
se Seines
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Newcastle Is.
1
Galiano
2
e
Newcastle Is.
1
Jessie Island
1
Galiano
2
Reid Island
1
do
1
Galiano
1
do
1
do
1
Retreat Cove
1
Otter Bay
2
Nanaimo
2
Colonial
1
Pacific Coast
Saltery
1
Phoenix Cannery
1
Tolmie (Floater)
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1
21 Telephone Sey. 313 ^jffl
Gable Address "Wing'sang" Vancouver.
o
WING SANG CO.
%*tMi*keb  1050
WHOLESALE MERCHANTS.JJGENERAL AGENTS,
IMPORTERS «. EXPORTERS
P. O. Box 15
CODES
It
I   Be
A. B. C. 5th. Edition
B. C. 5th. Edition Improved
Bentley's
Qmiya & Company,
P. 0. Box 46,
Steveston, B. c.
Dear Sire:
51   PENDER  STREET   EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C..W*%Z.mW..I9%hr. 1939
beg to advise you that hereafter on receipt tf
this letter, all goods, charged to our account, must first receive
orders from our head office, otherwise we are not responsible for
their payments*
Yours truly#
Wing Sang Company,
Manager n,
b
No.
23/
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATEfOF INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that I have inspected ^...^.^.../^^ff>.
(Quantity to be written in full)
7^£<f* boxes of dry salted herring
marked..../p.3....I.3I.:. which were cured and packed
at
Cl£<^a3>^A.L<^^
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
:^6.../.^..l' 19^$....
Date of Inspection.. _
Place oj Inspection :^L?^.*£*<^... /3'& <2^^-^^^-
Inspector of Tish Curing and Packing
f& DUPLICATE—For Packer
No.
2J~f
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
CANADA
CERTIFICATE OFf INSPECTION
DRY SALT HERRING
(Issued under authority of the Fish Inspection Act)
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that J_ have inspected...US..../^377DQ&<?.	
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B boxes of dry salted herring
. (Quantity to be written in full)  "
marked.....y^."./YS which were cured and packed
^^^B^^^^K^^^K^	
at ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^	
for shipment, and found the said herring to be sound, thoroughly cured,
and in good condition; and the boxes to be the standard size, in good
condition and filled to capacity at the time of inspection.
The following exceptions have to be noted regarding the fish	
and the following regarding the size, condition and filling of the boxes
Date of Inspection
Place of Inspection
 192.0... MIR
^La^
■ 77.3 -TfaxS&lCyy
• •••••••••••••• ^£^r» ... vrm . . ^ri ......... w* • • . . frm m
Inspector of Fish Curing and Packing
....
—- r\
WBm*mM
73
SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULE
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE FILLING IN
|  jj§  I    I     SCHEDULE   f   fg||f   •§	
1. Three copies of this supplemental schedule are required to be
filled in and handed to the Fishery Officer for the district,,
2. The figures given must be for the calendar year (January 1st
to December 3lst)|§
3. Each kind of fish must be shown separately, except where the
shhedule groups two kinds together0
4-, Quantities must be given in the units called for, i.e., hundredweights, barrels, gallons, cases. Underfno circumstances
should fish products be shown in pounds (except caviar). In
all cases where returns are called for by cases it should be
understood that standard cases of 4-g lbs0 are meant. If
cases of fish reported are of different size, such should be
stated. I
5. Quantity and selling value at the factory must be shown for
every fish oro&uct and by-product manufactured during the
year, whether sold cr not. Value without quantity, or quantity without value., cannot be accepted.,
6. If any point herein is net clear, please consult the fishery-
officer before filling in.     j     §•
7. This schedule is required to be completed and handed to the
Fishery Officer immediately after the completion of operations, or in the case cf establishments which operate
throughout the winter months immediately after the end of
the calendar year. IN   YOUR   REPtsV' PLEASE OO^ N  WRITE ABOUT  MORE THAN ONE SUBJECT  IN THE SAME LET^       j|
quote y^fe l^y
FILE NO.
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF MARINE AND FISHERIES
FISHERIES BRANCH
OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR
111 NANAIMO, B.C
December 16-,  1929.
Dear Sir;
I beg to forward herewith General and
Supplemental  Statistical  schedules for Completion
covering your operations during fthe current year..
The white copy of the Generalf'Schedule
is to be|forwarded to  the Dominion Bureau of
Statistics,  Ottawa*  on the envelope provided for
that purpose,   the yellow copy is foi your reference
a||     Three copies of the supplemental schedule
ar& required in this office. J"
In order that there should be no delay
in the collection of information and compilation
of statistical  returns for 1929?   it would fee much
appreciated if you would have the forms completed
with as little delay as possible,^
In the oase Where operations  are conducted
throughout the year,  these schedules should be
completed and forwarded as soon after the close of
the year as feasible^ MM: If:
Tours faithfully
Edward G*  ?amox%
-Supervisor 6/r ^Fisheries.

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