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WHEREAS information has this day been laid before me, the undersigned William Wilson Crompton,
Esquire, one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the said Province of British Columbia,
for that you at the said City of Vancouver, in the said Province, on the        31 St
day of May a.D.       ^935
being a person carrying on within the said City of Vancouver
the "business of a       Peddler did unlawfully fail
to procure a licence in respect thereof from the City and pay
therefor the specified fee
to the form of the "Rvlaw 'n suc'1 case made and provided.    These are therefore to
command you in His Majesty's name to be and appear on Mondav
the 17th day of June,        1935 at 2.30 o'clock
in the afternoon, at the Police Court at No. 236 Cordova Street East, in the said City of Vancouver,
before me, or such Justice or Justices of the Peace for the said Province, as shall then be there, to answer
to the said information, and to be further dealt with   according to law.
6th day of June
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SUMMARY   CONVICTIONS
SUMMONS TO DEFENDANT UPON AN INFORMATION
CANADA 1
Province of British Columbia!
County of Vancouver
City of Vancouver
To       Lew   Chew,    518  East   Georgia   Street Qf the City of Vancouver
WHEREAS information has this day been laid before me, the undersigned William Wilson Crompton,
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for that you at the said City of Vancouver, in the said Province, on the 6 th
dayof      September A.D.    1933
being a person carrying on within the said City of Vancouver
of a Peddle     unlawfully fail to procure
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command you in His Majesty's name to be and appear on        Lonaay
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to the said information, and to be further dealt with according to law.
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SUITE 9 16, STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING
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May 22nd, 1934
Dear .air;
Be Quong Sun Chong -
I have your favor of the 20th inst. and beg to state that men in the
class.of your clients, which I take to be wage earners or men working on salary,
should without delay forward a statutory declaration under the "Bankruptcy Act"
proving all particulars of the claim and forward it to the Trustee in Bankruptcy
Mr. George Rorie, Scott Block, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Yours truly,
AD/D 51 Pender St.E,
Vancouver B.C.
May 25, 1955
Mr. George Rorie
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Dear Sir: Preferred Claim In favor Of Wong Tim
a e'age earner,  against ^wong feur!   :
Hghong floT" 'be in'g for eel eiedby '''ToRn
Il'i'h'g'V Vegetablewhblessle",1 Vancouver B .0 ,
I am acting on behalf of Wong Yira, a claimant
whose address is 162 Pender St.El Vancouver B.C.
Since &woiig Sun Chong has been indebted to
Y.:o-.g Yim, my client, the sun of $254.15 being the balance,'
for truck driving from 1932 to 1935* I shall forward the'
statutory declaretion under tee "Bankruntcy Act" --roving
all particulars of «lals a. d'forward it to the- Trustee in
Bankru tcy, beigg looked after by you sir.
Yours very truly,
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Dear Sir:
I am acting on behale of V.ong Yiia, a
clafaant ehose address is 162 Pender St.E. Vancouver B.C,
It in known that you have been acting for John Hing
veg' table wholesale, Keefer ""t.  in regard to the
foreclosure of Js ong Gtdx Chong Box. 38 Prince Pmert.
The hunger of the said foreclosed store is "r. Bong
Chu etc.  Since Kv/ong 'un Cheng has been"indebted to
ong tim  the sum of g23 .15 being the balsnce for
truck driving from 1932 to 1933, I hereby BUbait to
you t'-" general atateae t of debt • .. oh le the
preferred claim in fehi f'orecl sure of T" ong Sun
Chen, ce, . I shall take hen.' Tiffi to see you in due
tine to show you  the proof of clniitf.  I wish you
will takf this --iter in consideration.
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0. Form No. 47. Statutory Declaration. 5-35.
The Clarke & Stuart Co. Ltd., Law Printers and Stationers. Vancouver, B. C.
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Province of British Columbia,
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In % itatfrr nf
BVOHG SUH CHOBG COMPANY
(In Bankruptcy)
J,      W01JG YIK
of VAUCOUV^R
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of the VANCOUVER,
in the Province of       BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(1) during the years 1932 and 1933 I was
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5k Prince Rupert at a wage ae& salary of Seventy (§70.00)
Dollars per month.
(2) That the said ifisong Sun Chong Company
is justly and truly Indebted to me for the balance of
wages in the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-JSight Dollars
and Fifteen Cents (§238.15) as shown by the statement annexed and marked "A".
(3) That I have not received any manner of
satisfaction or security whatsoever for the said balance of
wages owing to me amounting as aforesaid to §238.15.
Ano  I make this solemn Declaration, conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing
that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath and by virtue of the
"Canada Evidence Act."
fiwlarpo  before me at    rCL^^c^e^iA^^
in the Province of    f^h^-^H   ^V£*~-^-*|^
this *C I' ^ day of
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A Notary  Public  inland  for Ihe  Trovince  of  British  Columbia.
A  Commissioner  for  taking  affidavits  with'n  British  Columbia.
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The rlarke & Stuart Co. Ltd., Law Printers and Stationers,
Vancouver, B. C. Form No. 47
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Balance of wages owing "by  Kwong Sun Chong
Company to Wong Yim up to May 1st, 1933,
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May 7th, 1933, cash received by
Wong Ylm -
P23.85
October 20th,   1934,   cash
by Wong Ylm -
received
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Balance of stages suing by Uwong Sun Chong
Co.   to Wong Yim.
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$239.15    •• 2Jf THE MATTES OF T3B BAKKHfJPTCY OF H>KG CHEW, CARRYING
CN BCSIKF.SS AS KffONG 0* ORCWG
MINUTES of the Fir at Meeting of Creditors of Wong Chew, carrying on
business as Ksong Sun Chong, held at the Count House in the City of Prince Rupert,
British Columbia, on the 22nd day of May, 19J5 » at 30'clock in the afternoon.
At the request of the Official Receiver* Mr. A. Biosipson, Mr. W.O. Fulton
occupied the Chair and acted as Secretary of the Weeing.
She following creditors were present in person or by proxy, namely;-
MoMeekin's Brokerage* Thos. MeMeekin; WJH. Malkln Co. Ltd., G.W. Laidler; Albert A
McOaffery Ltd., Geo. Mitchell; and William 0. Fulton representing Nelliw Wong, Prince
Rupert Feed Co., and Northern B.C. Power Co. Ltd.
UPON Motion of Mr. Laidler, Seconded by Mr. MoMeekin, it ws resolved
that George L. Rorie, be appointed Trustee for the creditors under the "Bankruptcy Act".
UPON Motion of Mr. Mitchell, Seoo nded by Mr. Laidler, the Trustee»s bond
was fixed at the amount of $2,000.00.
UPON MOTION tfre followl&g Inspectors were then duly appointed namely:
Mr. G.W. Laidler, Mr. Taos. McMeekin, Mr. George Mitchell.
IT WAS HESOBTED UPON T'CTlCfS" by Mr. Laidler, Sconded by Mr. McMeekin
that the Trustee, subject to the instructions of the Inspectors, forthwith call for
teudera on the store and fixtures separately, and failing satisfactory tenders, to
dispose of the assets at this discretion subject to approval of the Inspectors. Also
that the Trustee proceed to collect book debts owing to the estate.
The custodian, Mr. George L. Rorie* reported that ho had placed a
valuation on the stock of about $1,000.00. $250.00 on the fixtures, and $150.00 on
the truck. It was entirely problematical tfeat amount of t>?ok debts were collectible
but he estimated there would not be more than$500.00
Mr. Wong Chew> 1&e bankrupt, wan present and at the request of the
Creditors submitted himself to examination. He *as examined by Mr. J.R. Harvey on
behalf of the creditors as follows:-
V.  TJhder what name have you been carrying on business,
A.  Kwng Sun Chong.
£••  Is there anyone else interested in this business,
A.  Ho, nobody else.
..  Are you not also known as Wong Chuck Fen »nd Wong Jong,
A.  Wong Chuck Fan, yes. That Chinese name. Wong Jong not me. Be is in Vancouver.
Q.  Who owns the building in which you are carrying on business and living:
A.  Wong Jong, owns the building. He used to be my partner. He qu it partnership
about one year ago. He 41 It by himself.
o.     Who is Lee Loo.
A.     He used to be partner.   He quit same time as Wong Jong.
it.     What about Hing & Oo*fs account,    Taey a«y you owe them $9*2.4£ and you list
the account as only about $800.00.
A..      I only owe $800.00 or something like that.    I explained to Trustee about this
account.
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«..  Do you own any real estate in Prince Rupert,
A.  I have lot on Water Street but paid no taxes for four years, f think is has
gone back to City.
c.  What rent are you paying for the building you have occupied,
A.  I paid taxes on store property: that Is nil I pay. I have no interest in
the property.
q.  Harry Wong says you owe him $42.38. What about that,
A.  I t&ink maybs $10.00 or something like that. I owed him about .$30.00. I have
paid him about $15.00 since then.
UPON MOTION ths meeting then adjourned.
W.O. Fulton.
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PROVIDING WORK IS RETURNED WITHIN  5 DAYS, GEORGE   L.   RORIE
PUBLIC  ACCOUNTANT
P.O.  BOX 1654
TELEPHONE  387
243 SECOND AVENUE W.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   B.C.
June 1st, 1935.
Mr. Quen Yip,
51 Pender St. E.,
VANCOUVER, B.O.
Dear Sir:
re: ESTATE OF KW0NG SUN CHONG
I duly received your letters of May 25th and 27th together
with statutory declaration in proof of Wong Yim*s claim against the above estate.
I regret to have to advise you, however, that Wong Yim's claim
can receive no preference, for the reason that, although it is a bona fide wage
claim, the wages claimed did not accrue due to Wong Yim during the three months
immediately preceding the bankruptcy of Kwong Sun Chong. It appears therefore
thet Wong Yim can expect to receive no more than the other ordinary creditors, and
I should be glad if you would explain this to him in order that there may be no
misunderstanding when distribution is made.
Yours faithfully,
TRUSTEE.
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THE BANKRUPTCY ACT
IN THE MATTER OF THE
BANKRUPTCY OF WONG CHEW, CARHHING ON BUSINESS AS
KWONG SUN CHONG
REVISED UST OF CREDITORS
AS AT 22nd MAY 1935.
Name
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Amount
Jojm Hing ft Co.
246 Keefer Street, Vancouver, B.C.
$ 9*2.48
United Fraser Growers
33I Georgia Street,        "              "
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Hip Sang Co.,
336 Keefer Street,          "              "
62.48
Ackley Produce Co.
240 Georgia Street,        H              "
200.00
Gim Lee Yuen Ltd.
75 E. Pender St.            "              "
509.52
Lim Wing
0/0 Shing Chong Co.        "              "
265 Pender Street,          "              "
70.00
Wong Jon
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Wong Yim
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234.15
Clark Fruit ft Produce Co.
I65 Water Street             "              "
219.93
United Products Co.
Unable to locate            "              "
80.00
WJB. Malkin Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
188.49
Stewart ft Mob ley Ltd.
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Swift Canadian Co.
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35.40
Annie Wong
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200,00
Nellie Wong
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90,00
Rupert Bakery
it             it                  it
89.02
Prince Rupert Piggery
c/o Thos. MoClymont
Prince Rupert, B.C.
20.00
Royal Bank of Canada
Douglas Street Br., Victoria, B.C.
1.303.50
North*n B.C. Power Co.,
Prince Rupert, B.C.
9-55
City of Prince Rupert
it          it            it
8.10
Empress Mfg. Co.
1106 Homer Street, Vancouver, B.C.
46.09
H.K. Yamanaka
Prince Rupert, B.C.
11.92
Dominion Produce Co.
c/o Locke, Lane ft Nicholson
703 Rogers Bldg. Vancouver, B.C.
$7.14
Brackman-Ker Milling Co.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
29«56
Tom Lee ft Con
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95.34
Dr. W.T. Kergin
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30,00
Rupert Motors
it            it               it
15.50
Blue Ribbon Ltd.
e /o United Agencies Ltd.
108 Bank of Nova Scotia Bldg.
Vancouver, B. C.
28.00
Braid, Tick ft Co.
1070 Hamilton Street, Vane uver, B.C.
40.06
H.J. Heinz Co.
II38 Hcaner St. Vancouver, B. C.
25.08
$ 5»513.26
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<%' TELEPHONE:  SEY.   313
P.  O.   BOX  IS. VANCOUVER.   B. C.
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND  JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street, East
VANCOUVER,  B. C. 192
Your questions are as interesting as thet are intelligent.
The sense that manifests in these questions heightens ray admiration
for you, dear • »-—.. They show that you are a girl of high and clear
thinking. I sMUI should have answered you in regard to them a little
earlier had I not 'been  prevented by one thing after another.
To your first question there can he two answers.
In general a wan who wants to get married, h.as practically
the same reason as a girl does.
In my own case, I never thought of that side of life
until i net you a few weeks age. You know the decision of such a life
question is from within oneself. Sometimes it is hard to find an
appropriate^ expression in words. I can give you no better example
than of the inclination of an artist for owning a valueless painting.
When he first sees an attractive painting, he likes it. Then he
studies its workmanship; he appreciates ot more and more. He loves it.
Pinally his love becomes intense and he wants to possess it. This is
not from the sense of selfishness but from the sense of appreciation.
After ouch a painting has been in the possession of the
artist, I am pretty sure that ICIlXi he will s2£HS£h put it above everything
ha has sad will, try to protect it to the best he knows how. He*ll
show it to his friends and let them praise it. He'll do more than all P.  O.   BOX IS, VANCOUVER.   B. C. TELEPHONE:  SEY.   313
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND  JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street. East
Vancouver, b. c. 192
(   2   )
these mentioned above; he'll make it happy if that painting has a
conscience.
In spite of our difference in social surroundings, I see
many things in common between us, dear -. First of all, we all
come froiii a good family «—~ this really is the root of the so-called
by the ancient philosophers, "virtue". What does it matter whether
a man is sociable 020 not if he has common sense, for the ability
of being sociable is a later acquirement; it can be culti va/imd. 1
know many men who are not sociable at all, but they later become
very active in soci-1 affairs becmuse they get their inspiration
and encouragement from their "ideal partner**.
I tell you, dear --•- —~~, aery frankly . I have no tact;
I know of no trick of inducing the one I love; but I simply depend
on my sincerety and integrity, I have inherited this trait of
character from .my parents, mid I am proud to tell my friends of it,
I admire you because of your traditional good qualities and your
intelligence which is very rare indeed in nowadays* girls.
In regard to .ay ability of  'becoming Independent of my
father finacially, I can tell yau that It nam been the custom for
my father to make his sons to do as® before they get married, I am
glad yoii have asked me of It., for it is one of the virtues that
I always cherish. In fact I have been earning my  money for the
last few yeors-- not much but enought to get along fine. I trust
I can still earn more if ray burden will be heavier. TELEPHONE;  SEY.   313
p o  BOX IS, Vancouver, b. C.
r t  i
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE  DRY GOODS
51 Pender Street, East
VANCOUVER,  B. C. T 92
(   3   )
.1  can tell you this much. I  am not rich at present,  but 1 am always
convinced by ir^ sense of duty,   and have been vmrlzlng for an entire
independence'of my father financilly come day.
Vfhen you say you spend liberally,  I  don't hesitate to draw
the conclusion that whatever you  spend must he for the good of
something.  I know you are a sensible girl  and  you are a thoughtful
girl.  Spend  on what  ought  to   spend  creates no harm. Hay be yon
mean for charity,  './ell,  the more liberally the better.  I trust that
it will bo ail right because I know your common sense,
I have no objection to the keeping of good companies.
The ability of being socially active ia a high quality QSJJ£SMM.y^MM£K
MMMMIIy in life. I praise your ability,   and I am sura your
emporier.ee will be able to  give me a good guideno-3.
Let me congradulate you as a Christian  .  I  am sure you are
a good  Christian,    After mil,  why good people believe in    Christ,
simply because they want to live in Ms principles --« not because
they want to be    only celled Christians.  The fact that you are a
Christian makes me think more highly of ■y^'^-'^y family,  let me tell
you frankly,   Is not what in the popular sense,   a Christian home.
But everybody lias been living under the Christian principle,  1 don*t
want  to  tire you out "by tolling you the traditional honesty of our
family,  "out you can find  out yourself,  .for  this reason I   think we TELEPHONE:  SEY.   313
P    O    BOX  IS, VANCOUVER.   B. C.
WING SANG 8c CO.
CHINESE  MERCHANDISE  AND JAPANESE  DRY  GOODS
51 Pender Street. East
VANCOUVER,   B. C 192
(  4   I
are in common even though our form of belief is different but
our principle of life is identical.
All those are good qualities of yours,   and I  can not see
any objection of oar family to them.
After all,  dear~-~-  ,  what counts most? It is not his
hands omens oa,  nor is his trick,  a oris    his ntongoM  step*1,  nor is his
eloquence, nor is Ms entertainment,  nor is bis money, nor is Ms
title  or rank.  It is Ms  sincerety,  his sense of duty,  his honesty,
and his common sense   • I know and have heard many couples separate
mid disept  each other inspite of  their social ability,   of their
beauty,   of their treasure,   and  of their seeming likeness.  On the
the contrary I know many people    3 an get along splendidly inspite of!
the fact that one is a Christian and. the oiier is not.
Yell,   too much philosophy, .Really I  did not intend to be
06  tedious in the reasoning. Put simply want to tell you v/ha-i I
f oel toward the things that wHffiaXKO: you like to know.
Let me tell you,   do-mr /«.----,  how greatly I appreciate
Your lengethy letter. I  am afraid that mine is not in comparison
with your art of writing, your words arc always welcome arid appreciate.
Let ait hoar from you again.
Best  -regards to your fatnaa and mother.
XOUX'O W»444»*a4»«»   .-.«.».—  tUWMMM /
PLEASE  REFER TO
FILE  No.?
THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT  OF  PUBLIC WORKS
HIGHWAY  TRAFFIC  OFFICE
COURT-HOUSE
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
April 8, 1937.
Yick Dock,   Esq.,
280 Pender Street East
VANCOUVER,  B.  C.
Dear ^ir;- Private Freight, Ref. 3015,
Ford, Reg. #119966, Engine
 £  CA19324.	
rt
I have been advised by the Commissioner of B. C. Police that the above vehicle
has been transferred to Ho Wing and Yick Lee.
"~"T"woulTI7~tHer^Tor"e7™"ask you to
kindly return licence and plates L11192 to
this office for cancellation.
If the purchasers of the vehicle
propose to operate on Provincial Highways,
they will be required to make application to
this office for a Carrier's Licence.
Yours truly,
I MB:LS.
R.   J.   STEWART,
Traffic^Superintendent
T telephone
Seymour 5224
1190 West Georgia street
VANCOUVER, B.C.
INVOICE
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Authorized
zz&rds
Dealers
YOUR  ORDER  NO.
OUR INVOICE NO.
U0f..sJ3S* Sun.,	
196 East 19th  Avenue,
Vancouver,   B,  C.
662
April   27,   1936
1
2
1
1
2
48-ISO60
40-13 060
48-13007
48-8200
48-17996
Damage  done  to 1935 Ford  Touring
Fordor,   License  #-75-055	
Lens
holders
Bulb
Grill
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labour:     install Grill
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#18.32 address:        51 pender Street, East
Vancouver, B.C., Canada Date -       193.
Aaril 15,  1937
Hobson, Christie ft Go. Ltd,
Vancouver ^.C.
CLAIMS DEPARTMENT
Dear Sir:      Re; International Co. Ltd.  uto Policy
it  52/5781-Hankers and Traders Ins. Co,
I am sending in a P.D.Claim against the
above assured,  I have Just received the enclosed papers
from International Puoduce Co. Ltd.,for the delay in
sending in the accident re ort to your co, can be explained in the contents within the letter by Standard
Brands Limited.
Please adiUst this claim accordingly.
Yours very truly, WHOLESALE FRUIT & VEGETABLES
248 georgia street east
Vancouver. Canada.
hJ'APRilpg,
"   q pm
1937
Q.O/
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Mr. Yip Kow quene C*u m/ r>_-* _C9 >
51 East Pender Street  V^ "# L 5 ^ //
Vancouver, Canada J^U^ c^strf^^ ■ Have
Insured
sign front and
bad
: of
form
and
retur
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) us
immediately:-
Advie
r "
Hour
of Loss,
Where
car 'was
parked at time
of
loss CLIFF
35
Effective      Lot No.
Map No.  Class Co-ins.                                    Occupancy                              Bldg. Conts.
Property of the B.C. Insurance Under wrl ters' Assoclatlonfor the use ol Its members and agents only.
24-9-36             26
40-44        1                  General  Store                                         212r° 25230
Office                                                                    232"
Vacant,  2nd
2nd-hand  Goods                                                262,s
1-12-31     Bear 26
46-48        1                  General   Store                                          15220 192''"'
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27
Drugs                                                                   20213
50-56        1                  tEry  Goods,  Ladies' Wear, Boots
and  Shoes                                            13320 18315
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Stge. Groceries, Flour and Peed                 158'5
Post Office                                                         15315
0
(tElate includes charge of 10c for open switches and fuses.)
ENDEBBY, B. C.
(70)                                                                        OABD   No.    ^            53
September 29, 1936                                                                          Replaces Card 14
SHEET   No.                   3 No. of Policy..
542547
Expires My.. 17th,...1937
AUTOMOBILE
PROOF OF LOSS
Amount, ? _..l„„.„.l
TO THE
 TIffi....G.UILDHA^^  (hereinafter called the Company),
By your Policy of Insurance No .542547   Dated .pUL-il***- 193...?. , issued
through your Agency at yancouyer,..3,...C.. , you insured _M?™*^^	
against loss or damage by .th&f.t :	
as specifically stated in said policy to the amount of....Thaf.t..-...A-._.*.V,...at..t.irae_.O.f...loss..Of .damage Dollars,
TRADE   NAME
FACTORY OR
MOTOR   No.
TYPE
MOTIVE
POWER
NUMBER OF
CYLINDERS
HORSE  POWER
OR
IF   TRUCK    LOAD
CAPACITY
YEAR
MODEL
DE  SOTA
f. 9603513
Airflow Sedan
Gas
6
Gas
1935
m. SG7285
I hereby make claim under said policy and declare:
(1)    That a loss occured on the 22nd. , day of P.f..9._.m_.„._.„ 193._..._, at M.
when the Automobile owned by j_|^^_^_iV.i_-ti__-0%. H.ft__?80 was damaged by
...ai.t_imp.te4...thef.t. - _^_>___-__?_?___4 .^....._sJ>^___: _....^..f (&.:. _]_t A^jJ^L^a. JUfc.,
At D    ■    c«.. "    Ctrl? ....._._ * 0
S^WifcA SWLv
and originated as follows:
(2) That the details and extent of the damage are as shown by statement herewith.
(3) That the said Automobile was purchased the day of. _ JylXj. 193„„..„,
from B„gg...Mo.t.Qr.S...Ltd.». for the sum of $ _-.?.50»00 as per bm of g_le
(4) That the Automobile and equipment covered at the time of the loss belonged unconditionally and exclusively to
 .+.?.?"?.?" and no other person, persons or corporation had any
interest therein except as follows: hien.J;? .Be^ Jtotors  Ud. _    _-	
(5) That the total insurance on said Automobile, including the above mentioned policy, is	
5  point _, ., ,
 * ' Dollars, and no more.
(Full copies of the written portions of all other policies and endorsements, transfers and assignments, are hereunto annexed
or will be furnished on demand).
(6) That said loss did not originate by any act, design or procurement on deponent's part, nor on the part of anyone
having any interest in the property insured, or in the said policy of insurance, nor in consequence of any fraud or evil practice
done or suffered by deponent. That nothing has been done by or with deponent's privity or consent to violate the conditions of
the policy or render it void; that no articles are mentioned herein but such as were lost, damaged or destroyed and belonged
to and weie in the possession of the said insured at the time of said loss; and that no property saved has been in any manner
concealed; and that no attempt to deceive the said Company as to the nature or extent of said loss, or otherwise, has in any
manner been made.
(7) That I claim the sum of .'__.__._'...."_'_..__.
by reason of said loss.
*_^-!._r_-„.r„-..-_-.„-„_„-J^A9?. Dollars,
(8) That any other information that may be required will be furnished on call, and considered a part of these proofs.
(9) That it is expressly understood and agreed that the furnishing of this Form to the Assured, or the assistance rendered
in completing the said Form by an Adjuster or by any Representative of the Insurance Company, is not a waiver of any condition of said policy or of any rights of said Company or Companies.
SUBROGATION
In consideration of payment of the sum above claimed, same will be in full satisfaction of and indemnity for all claims and
demands for loss or damage by theft which occurred on 22nd <}ay 0f .?.?„?.?.m..._£.? 193........
to property covered by the above policy, and the said Company is released and forever discharged from any further claim by
reason of said loss or damage, and is hereby subrogated to all rights of recovery which the Subscriber may have or ought to
have against any person or persons on account of said loss or damage, and the Subscriber agrees to execute any document
required by these Companies in the prosecution of said rights, and the said Companies are hereby authorized and empowered
to sue, compromise or settle in MH .name or otherwise.
I, Chunhow..H...Pao , in the City of l*M$$5.9J..\.$.S-.9.:. , do
solemnly declare that the foregoing statements are, and each of them is true, and no material fact of which the said Company
should be advised has been or is withheld; and I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true, and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as though made under oath and by virtue of the Canada Evidence Act.
Declared before me at I*™?!??.*..!.*...?..'.	
this .3Qth day of. Deceraberj \ 19S__6
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AUTOMOBILE
Proof of Loss
POLICY
542547
COMPANY    The Guildhall Insurance Co. ltd
ASSURED      HONORABLE CKUMHOV/ H.  PAO,
LOCATION    Vancouver,  B.   C.
DATE OF LOSS   -December 22nd, 1936,
1 Yone Ming L$e,
Legation de Chine, ^Ef)    WEiHN-      jja
Berne, Suisse, / yw~_io |
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•^ Messieurs _* I p s ,
Wing sang & Co.,
51 Pender street, s.,
Vancouver, Canada.
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Canada's    Largest    Fire    Mutual
''XJ&VANCOUVER   \ EDMONTON;
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Eastern Office
34-1 CHURCH  STREET
Toronto, Canada
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FIR-
WINDSTORM
AUTOMOBILE
CASUALTY
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The Wamanesa
Insura nc\Comp any IN TEN DAYS RETURN TO
The UJaiuanesa mutual
Insurance Companyfqp
Canada's Largest Fire Mutual
AT POINT OF MAILING
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— CLASS OF SERVICE DESIRED
Day Massage
Day Letter                   |
Night Message            !
Night Letter
Please   mark   an   X   opposite
the class  of service  desired;
OTHERWISE THE MESSAGE
WILL BE TRANSMITTED AS
■ r"FULL-RATE   TELEGRAM
CANADIAN       PACIFIC
TELEGRAPHS
T.D.2X
MONEY TRANSFERRED  BY
TELEGRAPH TO PRINCIPAL
POINTS   IN   CANADA   AND
THE  UNITED  STATES
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
CASH OR CHG.
CABLE   CONNECTIONS   TO
ALL   PARTS   OF   THE
WORLD
RADIOGRAMS TO  SHIPS
ME FILED
CHECK
W. D. NEIL, General Manager of Communications, Montreal
Send the following message, suojecc to the conditions on the back thereof, which are hereby agreed to.
Veuillez exp6dier la depSche suivante aux conditions mention6es au verso auxquelles je consgpa par lR   I11"1 ■»"'"'
W~OSa —
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0^~«-a. ^^-(l^y-yvj^^f
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.fcxO. a i S) 0. h. KOWAB,D0 Assistant to General Manager, Montreal ^
E. H. GOODFELLOW, Assistant Manager, Montreal, Que. W. M. THOMPSON, Assistant Manager, Winnipeg. Man,
L. A. B. HUTTON, Supt., Sudbury, Ont. G. W. MACDONALD, Supt., Vancouver, B.C.
H. S. INGRAM, Supt., Toronto, Ont. R. N. YOUNG, Supt., Calgary, Alta.
W. S. EMERY, Supt;, Montreal, Que. D. COONS, Supt., Moose Jaw, Sask.
A. C. FRASER, Supt., Saint John, N.B. A. J. CLARK, Supt., Winnipeg, Man.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS UPON WHICH TELEGRAPH AND CABLE MESSAGES SHALL BE TRANSMITTED
AND DEALT WITH BY TELEGRAPH AND CABLE COMPANIES SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE
BOARD OF RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS FOR CANADA: PRESCRIBED BY BOARD'S ORDER No. 49274 DATED
DECEMBER 5TH, 1932, AND PUBLISHED IN THE CANADA GAZETTE.
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 01 deliver, or far any error i.' th£iran,nmjssion 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 lor errors from illegible writing, beyondihe amount received for «end>ng
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 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 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*!
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.
No employee of the Company shall vary the foregoing.
TERMES ET CONDITIONS SUIVANT LESQUELS TOUTE DEPECHE PAR TELEGRAPHE EtW CABLE SERA
TRANSMISE PAR LES COMPAGNIES DE TELEGRAPHE ET DE CABLE SOUMISES A LA JURIDICTION DE LA
COMMISSION DES CHEMINS DE FER DU CANADA: CONFORMEMENT A L'ORDONNANCE No. 49274 DE
LA COMMISSION DES CHEMINS DE FER DU CANADA, EN DATE DU 5 DECEMBRE 1932, ET PUBLIEE DANS
LA GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU CANADA.
II est convenu entre cette Compagnie et l'expSditeur de la d£p§che e'crite au verso, que la dite Compagnie ne sera pas responsable d'aucuns dommages pouvant
r6sulter de la non transmission ou livraison, ou d'aucune erreur dans la transmission ou livraison de toute depeche non rep6tee, que la faute soit imputable a la negligence
de set; emr/Ioyes ou non;. elle ne sera pas non plus responsable des delais occasionnes par toute interruption dans le fonctionnement de ses lignes. ou des erreurs dans les
depeches cmrirees, de sens obscur, ou iedigees d'une ecriture iliisible, si ce n'est pour un montant n'excedant pas le prix paye pour 1'envoi de la dite depeche.
Pour eViter tout risque d'erreur, la Compagnie r£petera ou r6exp£diera toute d£p6che moyennant le paiement additionnel de la moitie du tarif regulier et, dans ce
cas, sa responsabilite vis-a-vis I'expediteur n'excedera pas $200.00 de dommages-interets, s'il y avait negligence de sa part dans la transmission ou la livraison du telegramme.
On peut assurer l'exactitude dans la transmission et la livraison d'une d€p§che, par contrat 6crit stipulant le montant de 1'assurance, moyennant le paiement, en
outre du tarif ordinaire pour telegramme reexp£die, de un pour cent du montant assurtl, si la distance ne depasse pas 1,000 milles, et de deux pour cent pour toute distance
plus grande.
Cette Compagnie ne sera pas responsable du fait ou de 1'omission de toute autre compagnie de t£legraphe dont elle jugera n£cessaire d'utiliser les services pour faire
parvenir une depeche a. destination, mais ne se considerera alors que comme intermediaire de I'expediteur, sans assumer aucune responsabilite. La Compagnie assume la
responsabilite des depeches qui lui sont confiees a partir seulement de l'instant ou ces depeches sont presentees et acceptees a. l'un de ses bureaux d'expedition. Si une
depdche est apportee a un tel bureau par un messager de la Compagnie, celui-ci agit comme intermediaire de I'expediteur. Si une depeche est communiquee par telephone
a l'un des bureaux d'expedition de la Compagnie, la personne qui la recoit agit aussi comme intermediaire de 1'expeMiteur et a toute l'autorite" n6cessaire pour consentir a
ces conditions au nom de I'expgditeur. Dans aucun cas la Compagnie ne sera tecue r"Hpongabie. flr ^™nmaf7»q-m.;fr'ftta & moms que gemaode a'en soit faite par ecrit dang
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Sing Fee, 445 Carrsll  Vancouver B.C,Merchant
Cheung Ket 445 Carrall Vancouver B.C.Publisher
Fang Hong, Ledne'r, B.-C, Foreman
Lip Lip ting, 619 Flegard St.Victoria B.C.Merchant,
Assents
Cash on hand
Ma chinacry
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Fixtures and furniture
Printing type
Stock on hand
Accounts outstanding '
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Liabiitieg.
ICapital $12000.00
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500 Westminster Trust Building
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DAVID  WHITESIDE,   K.  C.
ALEXANDER    S.   DUNCAN
MISSION CITV
Catherwood Bull
PHONE 86
WHITESIDE & DUNCAN
BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS
New Westminster, B.C.,
30th Hovember 1935.
Quene Yip, Bsq_.,
51 Pender St. E.,
VANCOUVER: ;
Dear Sir:
Re. K. Oda and Messrs, Hong Ling
and George Hong
Your* letter of the 25th instant
addressed to &.. Oda at Mission City, B.C. has
been handed to us for reply, We might say that
just prior to receiving this letter we had instructions from Mr. Oda to take steps against your
clients in the matter and unless an arrangement
of settlement is made will have to commence proceedings very shortly.  We would however be pleased to
hear any further suggestion you may wish to make in
the matter.
Yours truly
WHITESIDE &  DU1JCAH
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I  iffi req -.esta-i by   'esc; s.Hong Ling and
•or.gc Hong to  look after his  affaiPf,  in  comi ©Moil
tn  auto ■■■ -.ail    accident against gear son;,  on  tho
:'ii:.:y   abo   '.   two rall#f fin.,a ■ ission City,  B*S«  d ■ 1<:
jaOsut  5$ .tcs .ber j5ru.' this y^r.     - ■
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atVci   a  ..ijlf,   ;.:, u  suddenly croe-BOu   the  highway  fro j
a Va'-osite side  of  t e   bighway,,  of nnich he was »x..i
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Dec.39 1931
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Rot Messrs liong Ling, George Hong;
'an3HTT\jH7n
Your letter of November gOs aas received*, and
the contents n<ted,  ns I ha9e not seen Messrs Hong linn
and George Hong, at present 1 cannot give any definite
reply*  nag I call your attention ng- in,that according
t© fchl circ i tanoes of the said accident, t-.e said n r-
sons by no way res onsibie for the injury to &*0da*s son,
age about six and a -If , who crossed the highway in such
a ear^.iess manner
Yours v.:-ry truly,
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jplace-jntersection 12th. and Main st.
Particuiars-
wongig ear was travelling on nam proceeding
worth while Hell's cay erssing 12th ann turned
into main st. TIorMl.
Claimant's car-ohrvsl<=>r 61-7*9
Hall-3578-W.28th. Bay.16^0 R.
Station-Virtue Service Station
Pete Docksteader-Kerr.1737  a'
$10? -^r^- w -^-i^i. /7 37
Wong Vs.Ford V 8\84-367/
Time-About  6P.M.Dec.2$
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Wong's car was travelling on ^eatty coming
down to Chinatown, while other car was
travelling on wrong side. Wong's car
had to tun out to escape other car. Damage
to Wong ?s car was right back fender etc,
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for value received.....^.. .promise to pay to the order of.
attheJZ^^a^^6<^Leyt^ Cla^&..QJL*>!^ > ,   here <* 3. J~ -^
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with interest at. ./..J.....
per annum after maturity till paid.      Given for.
per cent, per annum, till due, and-
,oo DOLLARS.
ZM. .—-per cent.
The title, ownership and right of possession of said chattels, for which this note is given, shall remain in the Payee until this
note or any renewal or renewals thereof, together with all interest, is fully paid; AND if default is made in the payment of
this note or any renewal or renewals thereof, or should the Payee deem this note, or any such renewal or renewals, insecure
(of which the Payee shall be the sole judge) the said Payee shall have full power to declare this note, and any renewal or
renewals thereof, due and payable at any time, and to immediately take and hold possession of said chattels until such note,
or any renewal or renewals thereof, are paid, or to sell said chattels by private or public sale and apply the net proceeds
towards the payment of any such note or notes and interest, and I agree to pay any balance then remaining unpaid.
THIS   AGREEMENT   MUST   BE  FILED   WITH   REGISTRAR. WITHIN   TWENTY AD ATS   AFTER  BE!
^Ck^h^...
fczhr**_d?£	
SIGNED. Rev. Rec. No..
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
" MOTOR-VEHICLE ACT."    (Section 21.)
Licence No..
Year	
NOTICE OF TRANSFER OF MOTOR-VEHICLE.
To the Commissioner of Provincial Police, Victoria, B.C.:                                         _. C      t jl. ia A T       /
Notice is hereby given that the motor-vehicle (Name Vvv^LoLft.'. Hj^rA ' , style ^^^...~k}L^±\l^Jj;
the particulars whereof are set forth in Motor-vehicle Licence No (j)..tp..~.rr^..0....9. , B.C., which is attached hereto, has this day
been transferred by the undersigned ...CL5L-4Jl~ ^.J^sAr<V^>^Z^r^~^:..
(Christian name in full.) <J
to the undersigned	
(Christian name in full.)
and that the garage or place where the said motor-vehicle will hereafter be kept is at	
(Surname.)
(Surname.)
(Number.)
(Street.)
and that the said motor-vehicle will be used..
(City or town.)
Dated this day of , 19 , at.
Signature of transferor QX .Xa^^JU. V^./u^^^ir^^r^.
(Number.) (Street.)
(State whether privately, commercially, or " for hire.")
Place of residence of transferor..
(City or town.)
Signature of transferee	
Place of residence of transferee..
(Number.) (Street.) (City or town.)
THE PRESCRIBED FEE OF SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS IS ATTACHED HERETO.
ir M.V. 11—50M-534-7765 Must be registered by transferee within ten" days of date transfer made.
.., B.C. Rev. Rec. No..
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
" MOTOR-VEHICLE ACT."    (Section 21.)
Licence No..
Year	
NOTICE OF TRANSFER OF MOTOR-VEHICLE.
To the Commissioner of Provincial Police, Victoria, B.C.:                                                  . C * / I-  id *Jl T        /
Notice is hereby given that the motor-vehicle (Name M-fr*^,.£.:....F.O^A , style..i^^....!^^^.J^f±:^,
the particulars whereof are set forth in Motor-vehicle Licence No S0...\&..1T.J£'..G....J.Q , B.C., which is attached hereto, has this day
been transferred by the undersigned UJO^CJL.      ^..^jL^XJO^h^r^:..
(Christian name in full.) (j
to the undersigned	
(Christian name in full.)
and that the garage or place where the said motor-vehicle will hereafter be kept is at..
(Surname.)
(Surname.)
(Number.)
(Street.)
ind that the said motor-vehicle will be used..
(City or town.)
Dated this day of	
Signature of transferor (^..Jy^tJy. (anyplace of residence of transferor	
(State whether privately, commercially, or " for hire.")
 ,  19  at  ... Vl
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°\lL>_ rg..i^t^..£
(Number.)
(Street.)
B;..C   ,.	
(City or town.)
Signature of transferee	
Place of residence of transferee..
(Number.) (Street.) (City or town.)
THE PRESCRIBED FEE OF SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS IS ATTACHED HERETO,
■•fr M.V. 11—50M-534-7765 Must be registered by transferee within ten; days of date transfer made.
.., B.C. To be handed to the Applicant.
Licence No *?.k~±Kl
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Revenue
Receipt        ^O
2927    C
"MOTOR-VEHICLE ACT."    (Section 21.)
TRANSFER OF LICENCE FOR MOTOR-VEHICLE
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT, notice having been filed with'me pursuant to section 21 of the "Motor-vehicle Act'
of the transfer of the motor-vehicle registered unler Motor-vehicle Licence No..
k»& V &£
from
.., of ;....™r*^5....  B.C., as vendor,
to
.., B.C., as purchaser,
<^C3J::sx\,l:   J-Jc ?v-j I , of.
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and the prescribed transfer fee of seventy-five cents having been paid to me, the said licence is hereby transferred to the said
transferee of the motor-vehicle.
,„_  COMMItfpIONER OF PROVINCIAL POLICE.
0 c    ^
Dated this j*g ;. day of .SKi^W^!^  Per..
(Signature of issuing official.)
19........., at .VMC.Q.U.VER JB.C. Official
position. It is hereby shown that I ALICE TR5M3IAY
of 976-l4"th. Ave. S. Vancouver B.C. received froiji
YICK DOCK the sum of TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS for the
purchase of my Model A. Light Delivery Ford car
carrying 1936 B.C.Licence Plate C.3731 with the
following description of the car.
Engine f  CA19324
Registration No. (M.V.Act) 119966
Model A.Light Delivery Ford
The purchaser of my said car , known as
YICK DOCK has already paid up in full for the
purchase of my car.  The said car hereafter
belongs to YICK DOCK.
Dated at Vancouver B.C.
The  _2^_day of March, 1936
SIGNED BY
<^Z-rU^<~?   ^sU^rt,4€*
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1 K.K.Oda
K.K.Oda
Mission City.
B.C.
Dear air:
*
Received your letter of Dec. 12, 1933?stating you are desirous of obtaining 1200,00 from George
Hong for the injury of your son in a car accident on
the highway leading to Mission Ciyy.  I am sorry to
state that unde£ the circumstances of the said aecident,
he definitely refused to consider your proposal.  Therefore,
you can only collect the  same in court.
Hereafter, we can call this affair closed.
Yours truly, 136 Hastinss St. W.
mi
Phone Seymour 6504
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PI4&NES: 372/
Wl^flfllfS OFFICE SEYMOUR ■.
TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES.
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RECEIVED    PAYMENT I Miss Band of 2&3-S Frederick St, Burnaby
B.C. Promised to pay to Jang Yew the sum of |25»00"
for full settlement of injury to Jang Yew in the
accident at the Georgia Viaduct, on Feb.13th, 1936,
The said sum of $23,00 will be paid as soon as^
possible.
Dated at Vancouver B.C. ^£^-^V^ /3^—^-
the 25th. Day of Feb,1936
Witness
K5 ^ €' (^. Feh.pa, 1936
iii. 1 s s . \i* Banu
23gb Frederick Ave,
Burnaby B.C *
TT". ■?- .^J a~
jjeai* nanaae t
In reference to your ear accident in
injury t< Jan Ye« of ylX>^  rear r:en<Ier 8t«E* Van.
B«C.«.| I wish to inform you that Jang Yen is able to
no suae his peddling this morning.
It is indeed ulta kindness that you have
scat another doctor known as Dr. J'.a.Shier^ to ex-
a ir.-e Jang Yew*s injured foot.
As agreed upon previously for the com-
sensation of the injured person, 1 would like you
to nabe appointment to settle the same.
For the settlement of this nctare of
nersonnl liability under the existing conditions*
it is ■''   st economical and time-saving to settle .the
C-ifoim oufside the 00art', as we are all aware rrom
sest experiences*  .-hot no hops is fair-play. I can-
net write you a better friendly and ccmaromising
letter then tills*
-If I do not hear from you on Fe$>28,
I shall take whatever legal actions aa I think fit*
Yours truly,
^uene Yip
Acting for Jenf Yen Savage, Keith s> Savage
Parristers anit Jiolwitars
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 696
CABLE address:   "SAKETH"
WESTERN  UNION
UNIVERSAL EDITION
<«-taw» cr i&uctav
220 PACIFIC BUILDING
744 WEST HASTINGS STREET
Feb.  18th,   1936.
Mr. &a§t Tue,
318-| Pender Street East,
VANCOUVER,   3.C.
WITHOUT  PREJUDICE.
Dear Sir:-
The Bearer of this letter,Dr. S^^ Shier,
will attend upon you to examine your foot on behalf
of Miss Gladys A. Band.
This attendance on behalf of Miss Band and
any conversation thereon is without prejudice and
without any admission of liability.
Yours faithfully,
SAVAGE, I^TH/& SAVAGE.
WS/MS August l?th 37
J.J.Forster»Esq.,
Steamship General Passenger Agent,
Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited,
Vancouver, B.C.
Mr. Yip Yee Sum travelling to Hong Kong
on "Empress of Russia"" August 19th 1937.
Dear Sir:-*
The above named passenger, a Chinese merchant of this
city will be leaving for i:iong Kong on the "impress of Russia"
sailing from Vancouver on August 19th 1937*
Mr. Yip Is holding Open Third Class ticket Form P4
number 318982-
Will you please arrange with the United States
Immigration authorities permitting him to go ashore while
Ktte ship is in port 1 f Honolulu.
We will assume responsibility for his bond of One
Thousand Dollars for his going ashore at that port.
Trusting for a favorable reply,
Yours very sincerely,
YIP SANG COMPANY/feSTTED i5g.
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A Provincial Taxation Office
Court-house   -   -   Vancouver, B.C.
B.Mig Some,
5W7 Main St.,
VJPCCUVEE,  B.  C,
L I.T. Va. 8.
Address your reply to
PROVINCIAL ASSESSOR
Va 118-X-2
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fer\
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The Government of
The Province of British Columbia
Court-house,
VANCOUVER
October let, 1934
Bing Some,
3537 Main St.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Sir:
The records of this Department indicate that you have failed to file a
return of your income for the fiscal year8endedJ^..QSmhST...ZlMt,..195Zand. 1933.
This delinquency cannot be permitted to continue, and it is therefore
requested that you now complete the attached forms and forward one copy
to the Provincial Assessor, C0«rt.?ouse,  Vancouver ? BC
Please give this your immediate attention.
Yours respectfully,
Commissioner of Income Tax. the information below.
J during year, give particulars and date.)
(Answer " Yes " or " No.")
below.
Relationship.
Age.
PTIONS.
rate income).    (See 2 below.)
ing a housekeeper or servant,
low.)	
n demand.)    (See 1 (c) below.)
w.)	
lust be attached hereto, will be
..Nil..
: who resides as a member of the taxpayer's household
child or relative of the taxpayer over that age who
account of physical or mental incapacity.
! establishment employing therein on full time a house-
itually supports and  maintains therein  one or more
tment, or other similar place of residence, in which,
d and served.
s in Canada, or a householder, or a widow or widower
ayer is a householder, other than a married person,
excess of one:
axpayer;   but the amount of premiums so deducted
L with an employee's superannuation or pension fund:
yer, which has been actually paid by way of donation
ed exclusively as such and not operated for the benefit
nbined maximum deduction under clause  (a) of five
fe under an arrangement between themselves;   or, in
missioner.
nt under an arrangement between themselves;  or, in
missioner.
t of the income of any taxpayer who is not resident
110M-134-5757
—
I.T. FORM 7B.
For use of individuals whose principal income
is derived from sources other than wages.
DATE RECEIVED.
For departmental use only.
1933
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
INCOME TAX
File No.
Va	
Int. payment
Receipt No.
Initials.
This Return should be prepared in duplicate.    One copy must be delivered or mailed postpaid to the
PROVINCIAL ASSESSOR, VANCOUVER, B.C.,
and one copy may be retained by the taxpayer.
If the taxpayer conducts any trade, business, or profession, the RETURN must be filed within three months after
the end of the taxpayer's business or fiscal year.
In all other cases the RETURN must be filed not later than FEBRUARY 28th, 1934.
Please PRINT name and address—Surname first.
(Surname.)
Name 	
Residential address  _  	
In case of change of residence state address in 1932..
Occupation	
(Christian names in full.)
If engaged in business or professional practice during 1933, state:
(a.)  Business name and address..
(b.) Names of partners (if any)..
Last previous Return covered the period ended	
This Return covers all income for  	
Provincial Assessor at                               , B.C.
, 1933.
PAYMENT OF TAX.
(1.) Every person liable to pay any tax under the Act shall send with the Return of the income on which the tax is payable a payment
of not less than one-quarter of the amount of the tax, and he shall pay the balance (if any) of the tax in not more than three quarterly
instalments thereafter, together with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum upon each instalment from the last day prescribed for
making the Return to the time payment is made.
(2.) Every person liable to pay any tax who fails to pay in full any payment or instalment thereof at the time prescribed by subsection
(1) for the payment of the same shall pay, in addition to the interest payable under that subsection, interest at the rate of four per centum
per annum on the amount in default from the date of default to the date of payment.
RATES OF TAXATION.—On the Net Taxable Income :—
1% on the first $1,000 or any portion thereof, or
$ 10.00 on $ 1,000 and 2% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 2,000;
$ 30.00 on $ 2,000 and 3% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 3,000;
$ 60.00 on $ 3,000 and 4% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 4,000;
$ 100.00 on $ 4,000 and 5% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 5,000;
$ 150.00 on $ 5,000 and 6% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 6,000;
$ 210.00 on $ 6,000 and 7% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 7,000;
$ 280.00 on $ 7,000 and 8% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 8,000;
$ 360.00 on $ 8,000 and 9% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $ 9,000;
$ 450.00 on $ 9,000 and 10% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $10,000;
$ 550.00 on $10,000 and 11% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $11,000;
$ 660.00 on $11,000 and 12% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $12,000;
$ 780.00 on $12,000 and 13% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $13,000;
$ 910.00 on $13,000 and 14% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $14,000;
$1,050.00 on $14,000 and 15% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $15,000;
$1,200.00 on $15,000 and 16% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $16,000;
$1,360.00 on $16,000 and 17% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $17,000;
$1,530.00 on $17,000 and 18% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $18,000;
$1,710.00 on $18,000 and 19% on the remainder where the income does not exceed $19,000.
Where the net income exceeds $19,000 the rate is 10% on all the net income.
PENALTIES:   For failure to file Return within three months after the end of taxpayer's fiscal year—Five per centum of the tax payable with a
maximum penalty of five hundred dollars.
For false Return—Upon summary conviction a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.
Remittance in favour of the Provincial Collector for the sum of $ is enclosed herewith,
being the total amount or not less than one-quarter of the amount of tax on the income for the period covered by
this Return, estimated as follows:—
Net taxable income (from Summary, page 4)    $.	
Tax payable thereon, as per table of rates (above)    $.	
Less amount of 1% deductions from salary or wages (if any)  $	
Balance of tax due   $..
(Claim may be submitted in respect of income tax paid to another Province on income included herein.)
I hereby certify that this Return, together with supplementary statements and additional schedules attached (if
any), contains a true and correct statement of my total income and deductions claimed for the period stated.
Telephone No	
Date , 19	
(If requested to do so by the Commissioner the taxpayer must \erifx\he correctness of a Return by his statutory declaration.)
Signature..
:rj&\he
FOR DEPARTMENTAL USE ONLY.
I
Class T.I. $ N.T.I. $  :. T. $..
IHW ,83:
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Recorded. Page 2.
GROSS INCOME FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED , 1933.
Note.—Where the space provided below is not sufficient, supplemental certified statements giving full information must be attached.
(a.) NET TAXABLE INCOME FROM TRADE, BUSINESS, OR PROFESSION	
(Details must be supplied on I.T. Form 7B-1, and attached to this Return.)
(b.) Value of merchandise, food, clothing, etc., taken from stock for personal or family use..
O     SALARIES, WAGES,  COMMISSIONS, BONUSES,  OR GRATUITIES  received from..
(Name of employer must be given.)
Directors' fees received from	
Perquisites (free dwelling, living allowance, etc.) received from..
O      (a.) ANNUITIES from purchased annuity contracts _ _	
(b.) Pensions  (other than war disability)  or superannuation allowance received from..
(c.) War disability pensions received from	
A      GROSS INCOME FROM RENTALS.    (Give address or location of property..
EJ     INCOME FROM INTEREST on mortgages, notes, loans, bank deposits.    (Give list.).
£.     INCOME FROM DIVIDENDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA CORPORATIONS (including stock dividends).
&   	
01
ao
co       ■
g   	
Z, H     INCOME   FROM   DIVIDENDS   OF   CANADIAN   CORPORATIONS  other than  reported  under item  6
u (including stock dividends)	
"3
a
a.
J§ O     INCOME FROM DIVIDENDS OF BRITISH OR FOREIGN CORPORATIONS (including stock dividends).
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+-»      ■ - — - —   •> ■ -— -	
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a
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a
INCOME FROM INTEREST ON GOVERNMENT OR MUNICIPAL BONDS.
(a.) Dominion of Canada bonds	
(b.) British or foreign Government bonds	
(c.)  Provincial or municipal bonds	
•S    1A     INCOME FROM INTEREST ON BONDS OR DEBENTURES OF:
> (a.) British Columbia corporations	
b
(b.) Other corporations.
INCOME FROM ESTATES OR TRUSTS.    (Give name of estate and name and address of trustee.).
JO      INCOME FROM OTHER SOURCES not elsewhere specified.    (Give particulars.;
13.    TOTAL INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES (to Summary oh page 4).
EXPENSES & EXEMPTIONS C
Note.—Where the space provided below is not
14.   INTEREST  PAID ON BORROWED MoJ
include interest on* mortgage on residence or on
(a.) Mortgage interest on rented property paid to	
(b.) Other interest (specify).
15.    FIRE   INSURANCE,  REPAIRS,  AND   M
private residence or on property not used in prod
BE DEDUCTED IN ANY CASE.)
Particulars of Property.
J/:     COMMISSIONS PAID TO AGENTS (specifl
17.    DEPRECIATION on property from which i
Construction of Building.
(Frame, stucco, brick, etc.)
Tear
erected.
Ye
acqu
"I Q     ANNUITIES from purchased annuity contracj
PENSIONS  (war disability pensions only)   (ii
19.    DIVIDENDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA d
20     PROPORTIONATE EXEMPTION in respe.
CONDITIONAL EXEMPTION in respect c
porations (item 10 (a), page 2) I
Note.—Details of such income should be submitted to a
for particulars of exemptions which may be ap;
21.   INCOME NOT BROUGHT INTO THE E
time the taxpayer became a resident of the Provi;
22     OTHER DEDUCTIONS (specify).
23.    TOTAL DEDUCTIONS (to Summary on pJ
INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES, WHETHER BROUGHT INTO THE PROVINCE OR NOT, t
f    < , 1933.
ents giving full information must be attached.
v use..
(including stock dividends).
than  reported   under  item  6
5 (including stock dividends).
dress of trustee.).
Page 3.
EXPENSES & EXEMPTIONS CLAIMED AS DEDUCTIONS FROM GROSS INCOME
Note.—Where the space provided below is not sufficient, supplemental certified statements giving full information must be attached.
14.    INTEREST  PAID  ON  BORROWED  MONEY.    (Give name and address of person to whom paid.   Do rtot
include interest or/ mortgage on residence or on moneys borrowed for personal or living expenses.)	
(a.) Mortgage interest on rented property paid to	
(b.) Other interest (specify).
15.    FIRE   INSURANCE,   REPAIRS,   AND   MUNICIPAL TAXES.    (Do not include amounts paid in respect of
private residence or on property not used in production of income.   Local Improvement or Provincial Taxes not to
BE DEDUCTED IN ANY CASB.)
Particulars of Property.
Fire Insurance.
Repairs.
Municipal Taxes.
J£     COMMISSIONS PAID TO AGENTS (specify).
A / •    DEPRECIATION on property from which income is returned under item 4.
Construction of Building.
(Frame, stucco, brick, etc.)
Tear
erected.
Year
acquired.
Original Cost,
not including
Land.
Depreciation Claimed.
Total Previous Years,
Hate.       Amount This Year.
I
Total Depreciation..
1 Q      ANNUITIES from purchased annuity contracts (one-half of the income)  (item 3 (fl), page 2).
PENSIONS (war disability pensions only)  (item 3 (c), page 2)	
19.    DIVIDENDS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA CORPORATIONS (item 6, page 2).
20      PROPORTIONATE EXEMPTION in respect of dividends of certain Canadian corporations (item 7, page 2)	
CONDITIONAL EXEMPTION irt respect of interest on bonds or debentures of certain British Columbia corporations (item 10 (a), page 2) „ „ ...
Note.—Details of such income should be submitted to any Provincial Assessor or to the Commissioner of Income Tax, Victoria,
for particulars of exemptions which may be applicable in the ease of certain corporations.
21.    INCOME NOT BROUGHT INTO THE PROVINCE which is derived from investments made prior to the
time the taxpayer became a resident of the Province.    (Give full particulars.)	
22     OTHER DEDUCTIONS  (specify).
23.    TOTAL DEDUCTIONS (to Summary on page 4).
SOURCES, WHETHER BROUGHT INTO THE PROVINCE OR NOT, MUST BE DISCLOSED. Page 4.
PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS.—Read carefully the information below.
State whether married, unmarried, widow, or widower in 1933..L	
If married, give full name and address of wife (or husband)	
and state whether your wife (or husband) was in receipt of any income during 1933
If so, give details here or state whether a separate return has been filed.
(If status changed during year, give particulars and date.)
(Answer " Yes " or " No.")
DEPENDENTS.-^*? definition below.
Children under the age of 18 in 1933:   Number. _  Ages..
OTHER DEPENDENTS :   Name and address.
Relationship.
Age.
CLAIM FOR PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS.
For unmarried persons, widows, or widowers without dependent children	
$500 for married person's (subject to apportionment where husband and wife have each a separate income).    (See 2 below.)
$500 for a widow or widower with dependent children.    (See 1  (a) below.) -	
$500 for a householder.   (See definitions and 1 (a) below.)    (If claimed by reason of employing a housekeeper or servant,
give full name of such employee.) -.	
$200 each for dependent children under the age of 18.    (See 1  (b) below.)	
$200 each for dependents other than children under the age of 18.    (See 1 (b) below.) _	
For life insurance premiums paid (not to exceed $300 in any case: Receipts to be produced upon demand.)    (See 1 (c) below.)
For amount of contributions to employees' superannuation or pension fund.    (See 1 (d) below.)	
For charitable contributions not exceeding 5% of the net taxable income.    (Receipts, which must be attached hereto, will be
returned after inspection.)    (See 1  (e) below.) _	
Total claim for personal exemptions..
..Nil..
SUMMARY.
Total income, as per item 13, page 2..
Total deductions, as per item 23, page 3	
Total claim for personal exemptions, as above-
Balance, net taxable income (to page I)	
INFORMATION.
" DEPENDENT" means a child or relative of the taxpayer under the age of eighteen years who resides as a member of the taxpayer's household
within the Province and who is wholly dependent upon the taxpayer for support, or a child or relative of the taxpayer over that age who
resides within the Province and is wholly dependent upon the taxpayer for support on account of physical or mental incapacity.
" HOUSEHOLDER " means :—
(a.) An individual who at his own and sole expense maintains a self-contained domestic establishment employing therein on full time a housekeeper or servant;  or
(6.) An individual who maintains a self-contained domestic establishment and who actually supports and maintains therein one or more
individuals connected with him by blood relationship, marriage, or adoption.
" SELF-CONTAINED DOMESTIC ESTABLISHMENT" means a dwelling-house, apartment, or other similar place of residence, in which,
amongst other things, the taxpayer as a general rule sleeps and has his meals prepared and served.
PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS :—
1. (a.) Five hundred dollars in the case of a married person whose wife or husband resides in Canada, or a householder, or a widow or widower
with dependent children:
(5.)  Two hundred dollars for each of the taxpayer's dependents;   or, in case the taxpayer is a householder, other than a married person,
widow, or widower, two hundred dollars for each of the taxpayer's dependents in excess of one:
(c.)  The amount of premiums of life insurance upon the taxpayer's life paid by the taxpayer;   but the amount of premiums so deducted
shall not exceed three hundred dollars:
(d.) Any part of the remuneration of the taxpayer retained by his employer in connection with an employee's superannuation or pension fund:
(e.) Any amount, not exceeding five per centum of the net taxable income of any taxpayer, which has been actually paid by way of donation
to, and receipted for as such by, any charitable organization in the Province operated exclusively as such and not operated for the benefit
or private gain or profit of any person, member, or shareholder thereof.
2. Where a husband and wife have each a separate income, they shall be entitled to a combined maximum deduction under clause  (a) of five
hundred dollars, which deduction may be claimed by either the husband or the wife under an arrangement between themselves;   or, in
the absence of an arrangement, it shall be apportioned between them by the Commissioner.
3. The deduction for each dependent child under clause (6) may be claimed by either parent under an arrangement between themselves;   or, in
the absence of an arrangement, it shall be apportioned between them by the Commissioner.
4. The deductions authorized by clauses (a), (o), (c), and (d) shall not apply in respect of the income of any taxpayer who is not resident
in the Province.
110M-134-5757
I.T. FORM 7B.
For use of individuals whose principal income
is derived from sources other than wages.
DATE RECEIVED.
For departmental use only.
PROVir
II.
This Return should be prepared in
PROVINC
and on<
If the taxpayer conducts any trade, busin
the end
In all other cases the RET!
Plea:
Name 	
(Surname.)
Residential address _	
In case of change of residence state address in 1932..
Occupation	
(a.)  Business name and address..
(b.) Names of partners (if any)..
Last previous Return covered the period ended	
 , 19 , and w
Provincial Assessor at	
PAYMENT OF TAX
(1.)  Every person liable to pay any tax un.
of not less than one-quarter of the amount of t
instalments thereafter, together with interest at
making the Return to the time payment is mad
(2.) Every person liable to pay any tax wh
(1) for the payment of the same shall pay, in a
per annum on the amount in default from the dat
RATES OF TAXATION.—On the Net Taxable Inc
1% on the first $1,000 or
$     10.00 on $ 1,000 and
$     30.00 on $ 2,000 and
$     60.00 on $ 3,000 and
$   100.00 on $ 4,000 and
$  150.00 on $ 5,000 and
$   210.00 on $ 6,000 and
$   280.00 on $ 7,000 and
$  360.00 on $ 8,000 and
$   450.00 on $ 9,000 and
$  550.00 on $10,000 and
$   660.00 on $11,000 and
$   780.00 on $12,000 and :
$  910.00 on $13,000 and
$1,050.00 on $14,000 and
$1,200.00 on $15,000 and :
$1,360.00 on $16,000 and
$1,530.00 on $17,000 and
$1,710.00 on $18,000 and !
Where the net income exc
PENALTIES:  For failure to file Return within thre
maximum penalty of five hundrec
For false Return—Upon summary co
Remittance in favour of the Provinci
being the total amount or not less than oi
this Return, estimated as follows:—
Net taxable income (from Summary, page
Tax payable thereon, as per table of rates
Less amount of 1% deductions from sala
Balance of tax due	
(Claim may be submitted in respect of in
I hereby certify that this Return, toget
any), contains a true and correct statemen
Telephone No.	
Date , 19.	
(If requested to do so by the Commissioner the
Class.
T.I. $.. I.T. FORM 7B-1.
(Supplementary to Form 7B.)
DATE RECEIVED.
For departmental use only.
1938
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
INCOME TAX
File No..
Every individual who conducts any trade, business, or profession, and every member of a partnership, must
complete this form and attach one copy to Form 7B.    (See item 1, page 2, of that form.)
Name of taxpayer or partnership..
Address	
Trade-name (if any)	
1.
STATEMENT OF ASSESSABLE INCOME.
Net profit (or loss) from Profit and Loss Account (Statement 3).
ADD: Sundry charges not allowed under the "Income Tax Act" as deductions from taxable income, viz.:—
(a.) Salary or wages of proprietor, if charged to profit and loss _ (from 3 (a))
(b.) Local improvement taxes (from 3 (/))
(c.) Provincial income tax. _ (from 3 (g))
(d.) Dominion income tax.   — (from 3 (h))
(e.) Life insurance premiums (from 3 (/))
(/.) Alterations, renewals, and replacements of a permanent nature (from 3 (o))
(g.) Bad debts reserve   (from 3 (47))
(h.) Charitable donations—the excess over 5% of net taxable income (from 3 (s))
NET TAXABLE INCOME (see note).
c
Note.—If the business or profession is conducted solely by the taxpayer this amount must be transferred to item I, page 2, of Form 7B.
In the case of a partnership, the division of this amount between the partners must be shown below and the taxpayer's interest therein
transferred to item 1, page 2, of Form 7B.
NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF PARTNERS.
Interest in
Partnership.
Division of
Net Taxable Income.
I hereby certify that this Return, together with the additional schedules attached (if any), constitutes a full and
correct statement of the income and expenses of the business or profession referred to herein for the period stated.
(Signature).
Date.
... 19..
[OVER.] 2.     STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT , 19.
(End of fiscal or business year.)
Stock of merchandise on hand, at cost	
Accounts receivable	
Bills receivable	
	
	
Accrued interest	
Automobiles	
Capital account
Balance from previous year
Profit or loss for this year
Other investments (specify)	
	
Personal drawings	
[PROFIT AND LOSS
3     STATEMENT OF aj or [ FOR YEAR ENDED ,19..
[INCOME AND EXPENDITUREJ
Note.—Where the space provided is not sufficient, supplemental certified statements giving full information must be attached.
Merchandise sold during year
or
1
Gross income from professional fees J 	
Inventory of merchandise at commencement of year, at cost	
Add cost of merchandise purchased during year, including freight and duty..
Total	
Less inventory at close of year, at cost..
Gross trading profit for year	
Add other income derived from business (specify).
Total gross profit from trading or professional fees	
Less expenses:—
(a.)  Salary or wages of proprietor (if sole owner) (to 1  (a))
(b.) Salaries or wages of partners	
(c.) Salaries and wages of employees	
(d.) Rent of business property (give name and address of person to whom paid)	
(e.) Municipal taxes on business property only, not including local improvement	
(/.) Local improvement taxes (to 1  (b))
(g.) Provincial income tax (to 1  (c))
(h.) Dominion income tax (to 1  (d))
(i.)  Provincial land and school taxes	
(j.) Trade licences	
(k.) Interest on business loans (state to whom paid)	
(Name and address.)
	
 (to 1  (•))
(/.) Life insurance premiums	
(m.) Other insurance premiums	
(».) Incidental repairs and replacements, for maintenance only	
(o.) Alterations, renewals, and replacements of a permanent nature (to 1  (/))
(p.) Bad debts:   (a.)  Actually written off during the year	
(a.) (6.)  Amount credited to reserve (if any) (to 1  (g))
(r.) Depreciation as per Schedule below	
(s.) Charitable  donations (See 1  (h))
(t.)  Miscellaneous  (give details)	
Total net profit carried to statement of assessable income (item 1).
SCHEDULE OF DEPRECIATION.
Description of Asset.
Year
Original Cost.
not including
Land.
Depreciation Claimed.
If plant and equipment, give general description.
acquired.
Total Previous Tears.
Rate.
Amount This Tear.
G5M-1233-5575

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