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;t^,Wi^iw«..._, _^ >E_   ^ Phone   Seymour   7092
P.    0.    Box   260
TAI HON KONG BO LIMITED
"The Chinese TimejC
443-445 Carrall St
CONTRACT   ADVERTISING
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Metres-suits
coats
r'ERFECT LADIES' WEAR (IB® LIU Your File No..,-
SUBJECT:
In reply quote File No.
Motor 3ranch,
Vancouver, 3. c.
8th April, 1933.
Royal laundry,
936 3. Hastings,
Vancouver, B.G.
Dear 3ir:-
En closed please  find  Cheque
#264402  amount  ing  to  $7«70   being refund
on Mo tor-vehicle licence ,^63440.
Yours   truly,
vvaas. P. _-i. Hannah/o
Sergt.
i/ c Motor licence Office
JEMH/B
Encl; Address all communications to:
THE COMMISSIONER
British Columbia Provincial Police
(Motor-vehicle Branch)
Victoria, B.C.
Your File No..
SUBJECT:
M.   V.   Reg.   #55277,
In reply quote File No-.
MOTOR-VEHICLE BRANCH
VICTORIA
March 24th, 1933.
Quene K. Tip,
51 E. Pender St.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Sir:
In reply to your letter of the 23rd
inst. , I "beg to advise you that a voucher,
refunding the sum of $7.70 to the Royal
Laundry, 956 E. Hastings St., Vancouver,
was forwarded to the N.C.O. i/o Motor
Lioence Office, B. C. Police, Court House,
Vancouver, approved for payment on March
11th.
If the Royal Laundry has not already
received their cheque direct, I would
suggest that you get in touch with the
Motor Lioence Office, Vancouver.
Yours truly,
J. H. McMULLIN,
Commissioner,
B. C. Police.
CC
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: arch 23, 1>'33«
d6!myM^nB?C*'rpclie».
Victoria D. C.
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Dear Sir,
1 am quoting your letter of Feb.4th, 1933 verbatim;
'. ,. ■■ .V.Reg, 20586 K.V.Reg. 5527?
G7JI: JS
End:
"In reply to your letter of the 27th. ultimo, as you
operated the Ford Roadster, Engine^360699, 1933 : etor-vehicle
Licence Hates .,-63-440 cannot be changed to the Ford Tudor,
reg-ieter  in year name, and returning herewith 1933 application
fori;:, for Ford Tudor.
{/■A        1 understand that the Ford Roauster, Engine y360899» v?as
destroyed in the early part of last month and if this is so,
kindly complete the enclosed Notice of Relinquishment and return
th« su'iw to the Rotor Licence Office, Court House, Vancouver,
together with the 3.933 plates ,63-440 and .Riite Dashboard licence,
when a voucher for one-half of the unexpired portion of such licence
frill fee' passed" ana a cheque for the aame forwarded to youT1
1 have already followed your instruction by rati rni:u   tice of
Relinquishment and 1933 Licence application for Ford Tudor to
Fetor Licence office Court Rouse Vancouver etc. and therefore, 1933
licence for Ford Tudor is alright;  But the return cheque for the
unexpired porption (.'} for tne burned Ford Roadster hi. iae, 360899
and licence plate  63-440, has not been mailed to Loyal Laundry.
Please instruct in due tiue.
■ .
l(.:Uueiie Yip) trie writer of this letter, is writing in behalf of Loyal
Laundry , therefore please reply l.ter to,
I.r. ^uene Yip
51 Fender 3t«
Vancouver B. C.
Yours sincerely Address all communications to:
THE COMMISSIONER
British Columbia Provincial Police
(Motor-vehicle Branch)
Victoria, B.C.
cj*
Your File No..
SUBJECT:
In reply quote File No-
MOTOR-VEHICLE BRANCH
VICTORIA
February 4th,1933
M.V.Reg .#20586
M.V.Reg.#55277
1933 Licence
#63-440
The Loyal Laundry,
956 Hastings St.  East,
Vancouver,   B.C.
Gen flea en:-
In reply to  your letter of the
27th ultimo, as you operated the Ford Roadster,  Engine #560899,  I933 Motor-vehicle
Licence Plates #63-440 cannot  be changed  to
the Ford Tudor,  registered  in your name, and
I am returning herewith 1933 application form
for Ford Tudor.
1  understand  that ^ord Roadster,
Engine #560899,  was destroyed  in the  early
part of last month and  if this is so,  kindly
complete the enclosed Notice of Relinquishment
and  return the   same  to  the Motor Licence Office,
Court House, Vancouver,  together with 1933 plates
#63-440 and  White Dashboard Licence,  when a Voucher
for one-half of the unexpired portion of such licence will  be passed and a  cheque  for the  same  forwarded  to you.
Yours truly,r
GAR": Jo
En el:
J. H. McMullin,
issioner,   B.C.Police.
t "PRIVATE"  or "COMMERCIAL"
MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE  POLICY
Occidents GbabanteeIcorPo^ion- limited
CANADIAN HEAD OFFICE,TORONTO
(HEREINAFTER CALLED THE INSURER)
Policy No
New or
ReplacingiNo.....new.
Code No.
tlt/fJlTtflS an application in writing has been made by the Applicant(s) therein mentioned (and hereinafter called the
Insured) to the Insurer for a contract of insurance in respect of the motor vehicle (s) (hereinafter called the motor vehicle described
in the said application and the said application forms part of this contract of insurance and is as follows:—
APPLICATION
Item l.-The full name of the Applicant(s) is W^I^MStMmSij^ 	
Residence Address i, .85.Q....Un.lQ.n.,..S.tr eet. *.„ JailC CUVerJlB..C_._
No. Street Town or City
Racial Extraction is ChlneSE .Business or Occupation i. gTOdUCe   Merchant.
Employed  by S.S.13D3JS. Business <AidrS>fc.Q.Ve.i..
Province
The motor vehicle is and will be chiefly used in *.S:..i?..~..r:Yr.J..J and vicinity, and is and will be usually kept
a.._.Prly_ategarage at	
Public or Private
No.
Street
Town or City
Province
y   Item   2.—Description of the motor vehicle:
£ Trade Name If Truck,
s)	
|   FORD
;oc
e of Body
pen or Closed?
TRUCK
Truck
Ton'ge
i
*q   Item   3.—Particulars of the purchase of the motor vehicle:—
.g, Purchased by Applicant
Serial No.
Motor No.
C^S.8717
No. of
Cylinders
Model Year
1951
Model Letter
or Number or
Wheel Base
Month
•%     Eebruary
Year
19 3i
New or
2nd h'd
new
Actual cost to
Applicant including;
equipment
Is Motor
Vehicle fully
paid for ?
739.
no
State amount of
mortgage, lien or
encumbrance
600.
Lienholder or Mortgagee to whom the Insurer is
requested to pay loss, if any, as interest may appear.
as
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ections A, AA, B, C D. E, F, of thi.
.JjU
Ul   Item   4.—This application is made for insurance against one or more of the perils mentioned in Sections At AA, B, C, D, E, F, of this item, but for
u insurance under that section or those sections for which a premium is specified and charged and no other and upon the terms and condi-
O tions of the Insurer's contract of insurance and for the following specified limits and amounts.
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"g       INSURING
§  AGREEMENTS
PERILS                                                      LIMITS AND AMOUNTS
Premium
O
g Section A.—
Legal Liability for Bodily Injuries or Death to the Public / subject™to that 'limit for each person
(Public Liability)                                                    < S 10 T OO'O . 0 0       for one accident.
$     ^0.00
u
co Section AA.
Legal Liability for Bodily Injuries or Death to an Employee J One Person,    9 5,000.00
(Public Liability)                                                    (                                                  *
$       nil
"g Section B.—
9
Legal Liability for Damage to Property of Others         - { One Accident, 8l    non   DD
(Property Damage)                                                 I                                    ^       I,UWtUy
$        £0.00
3 Section C—
o
(Actual cash value at time of damage or loss.
Collision Damage tO Own Motor Vehicle \ Sum payable by Applicant in                a.
■                                                           1 respect of each separate claim         "      *°
*       nil
0.    ^             .             r-.
5<    ection U.—
,-..             i ™>              _a_sS       /" "Private Use" actual cash value at time of damage or loss.
fire and transportation \„ „, other use amount not exceeding $                       Rat.            %
*       nil
** Section E.—
[ If "Private Use" actual cash value at time of damage or loss.
Theft                                         Jtt &ny other use amount not exceeding $                                    Rate                  %
Sum payable by Applicant in
I      respect of each separate claim                                                 95
$       nil
•
"S Section F.—
■        it* iM't     /For public liability and/or property damage arising out of the use of any other motor
Legal Liability \ vehicle of the private passenger type for limits specified in Sections A and B of this Item.
$
S, Item   5.—The Motor Vehicle is and will be chiefly used for the following
purposes:
^                     State whether for "PRIVATE USE", "COMMERCIAL USE", "PUBLIC USE" or "PUBLIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLE USE".
PREMIUM
TOTAL PREMIUM
$      40.00
$
"PRIVATE USE" is understood to cover use for personal, pleasure
S                      and  family use as well as for business purposes and excludes
"COMMERCIAL USE" and "PUBLIC USE".
$      40.00
£
"COMMERCIAL USE" is understood to cover the use for transportation of goods in the course of the Insured's business or occupation stated
in Item I   (one) and ambulance, fire and police department vehicles and excludes "PUBLIC USE".
"PUBLIC USE" is understood to cover use for livery, taxicab, jitney, omnibus, sightseeing conveyance, demonstrating and testing.
"PUBLIC COMMERCIAL VEHICLE USE" as denned by Statute- f'nninBT"C"i'a'l" 	
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©  Item   6.—Will the motor vehicle be operated by any person bodily
deformed  or  maimed? ^
J>» B
G  Item   7.—Has any Insurance Company cancelled, declined to issue p|
O or renew motor vehicle insurance to the Applicant? . .. ■^.^
. T. '-^
o Item   8.—Is there any other insurance now in force respecting *G UJ
•5 this  motor vehicle? ^ £"*■
.2   Item   9.—Particulars of any claims made against or by the Ap- fcqCU
j^ plicant,   or   of   any   accidental   damage   or   other   loss ^, UJ
*"" sustained by the Applicant within the last three years J~ ^O
preceding this application in respect to the ownership >
..no..
...no-.
Fire ana Theft
&
or operation of any motor vehicle.
none
Injuries  to   Persons 	
Damage to Property of Others 110.11,6.
Collision Damage to Motor Vehicle 	
Loss   by  Fire  _ „	
Loss by Theft  	
none
none
JLoni__
193 §
Item 10.—Policy period shall be from noon on the..„..£5ot..k...Zei?XJ^£.y. I93...£., to noon on the      '4.*$ &   February
Standard time, at Applicant's address as herein stated.  ~     "
If the Applicant falsely describes the property to the prejudice of the Insurer or knowingly misrepresents or conceals or
omits to commnnicate any circumstances required by this application to be made known to the Insurer, the contract shall be void
as to the property insured or risk undertaken in respect of which the misrepresentation or omission is made.
— „ I/we do hereby declare that I/we am/are the registered owner(s) of the motor vehicle described, and that the statements above made are in
•very respect true and correct, and I/we hereby apply for a contract of insurance to be based on the truth of the said statements.
Agent
.3temx$j3rm-&~x.
..IHTiL^ATI.QNAL...P:H0pyCE 0 0
Signature of Applicant INSURING AGREEMENTS.
STA1
^OtU, QCijtKtiQXZ, ttt C^On^ibttcltiOtl Of the payment of the premium charged and of the statements contained
in the application and subject to the limits, terms and conditions herein stated and subject always to the condition that the Insurer
shall be liable to indemnify the Insured under that section or those sections of the following insuring agreements A, B, C, D, E, ,/or
which a premium is specified and charged in item 4 (four) of the application and no other,
^W Hgreement Witntmfy,—
Legal Liability Section A.— (Public Liability). The Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured against all damage or loss which the Insured
for Bodily In- shall become legally liable to pay for bodily injury (including death resulting therefrom) caused to any person or persons
juries or Death, by the ownership, maintenance or use of the automobile.
Legal Liability
for Damage to
Property of
Others.
and
Section B.—(Property Damage). The Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured against all damage or loss which the
Insured shall become legally liable to pay for injury to or destruction of the property of any person (including damage
arising from loss of use of such property) caused by the ownership, maintenance or use of the automobile:—
In respect of the preceding sections A and B the Insurer farther agrees with the Insured:—
( 1) Upon receipt of notice of injury so caused to persons or to property to serve the Insured by such investigation thereof
or Sy such negotiations with the claimant, or by such settlement of any resulting claims as may be deemed expedient by
the Insurer;
and (2) To defend in the name and on behalf of the Insured and at the cost of the Insurer any civil action which may at any
time be brought against the Insured on account of such injury to person or property;
and (3) To pay all costs taxed against the Insured in any civil action defended by the Insurer and any interest accruing after
entry of judgment upon that part of the judgment which is within the limit of the Insurer's liability;
and (4) To reimburse the Insured for outlay for such surgical relief as may be immediately necessary at the time such personal
injury is caused;
and (5) if the automobile is insured as defined in the application for "private use" (and no other use), to indemnify in the
same manner and under the same conditions as the Insured is hereby entitled to indemnity any person or persons while riding
in or legally operating the automobile and any person, firm or corporation legally responsible for the operation thereof;
but upon condition that such use or operation is with the permission of the Insured; or if the Insured is an individual,
with the permission of an adult member of the Insured's household other than a chauffeur or domestic servant; provided
that the indemnity payable hereunder shall.be applied, first, to the protection of the Insured and the remainder, if any, to
the protection of the other persons entitled to indemnity under the terms of this clause as the Insured shall in writ' g
direct. The indemnity granted by this clause shall not be available (a) to any person, firm or corporation engaged in
the business of garaging, repairing, servicing, storing or dealing in automobiles or to the agents or employees of such
person, firm or corporation or (b) to any person, firm or corporation in respect of a claim arising out of damage to the
person or property of the Insured or of any person operating the automobile.
The Insurer shall not in any event be liable under sections A or B:—
I (a)   To the Insured or, if more than one, to all the Insureds for any amount in excess of the limits stated in sections A
and B of item 4 (four) of the application, and costs or expenses as defined under the foregoing paragraphs  (I),  (2),
(3). (4);
or 2 (a)  To indemnify the Insured in respect of bodily injury (including death resulting therefrom) caused to any employee
of the Insured engaged in the operation, maintenance or repair of the automobile, or to the children of the Insured or to
the wife or husband of the Insured; or if the automobile is insured for any use other than "private use" in respect of
bodily injury caused to any person or persons being conveyed therein;
or 3 (a)   To indemnify the Insured in respect of damage to the property of the Insured or to the property of others used by or
in charge of the Insured or used by or in charge of any of the Insured's employees or carried in or upon the automobile.
Collision Section C—The Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured against direct damage or loss to the automobile including its
Damage to       equipment while in or on said automobile if caused solely by accidental collision with another object either moving or
Own stationary or by upset.    Each collision covered under section C shall give rise to a separate claim in respect of which the
Automobile.      Insurer's liability shallbe limited to the amount of damage or loss in excess of the sum payable by the Insured as stated in
section C of item (four) of the application.
The Insurer shall not in any event be liable under section C:—
1.   For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the damage or loss occurs:
or 2.    For damage or loss (a) from fire, however caused; (b) arising from the theft of the automobile, or any of its parts;
(c) to any tire unless caused in an accidental collision which also causes other damage or loss to the automobile; (d) to
rugs, robes, baggage, 'personal belongings and extra bodies.
Loss by Fire    Section D.—The Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured against direct damage or loss to the automobile including its
or Trans- equipment caused by (a) accidental fire or lightning, or caused by (b) the stranding, sinking, collision, burning or derail-
portation. ment of any conveyance on land or water, in or upon which the automobile is being transported, including general average
and salvage charges, for which the insured is legally liable.
The Insurer shall not in any event be liable under section D:—
I.   For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the damage or loss occurs, or if the
automobile is insured for any use other than "private use", for any amount in excess of the specific amount stated in
section D of item 4 (four) of the application,
or 2.   For damage or loss- to rugs, robes, baggage, personal belongings and extra bodies;
or 3.   For damage or loss arising from theft of the automobile, or any of its parts.
Loss by Thelt. Section E.—The Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured against direct damage or loss to the automobile, including its
equipment while in or on the said automobile, caused by theft. Each theft covered under section E shall give rise to a
separate claim and where there is no theft of the automobile but any part or parts or any equipment of the automobile is
stolen therefrom, the Insurer's liability in respect of each claim shall be limited to the amount of damage or loss in excess
of the sum payable by the Insured as stated in section E in item 4 (four) of the application.
The Insurer shall not in any event be liable under section E:—
I. For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the damage or loss occurs, or if the
automobile is insured for any use other than "private use", for any amount in excess of the specific amount stated in
section E of item 4 (four) of the application;
or 2. For damage or loss caused by (a) theft by any person or persons in the Insured's household or by any employee of
the Insured engaged in the operation, maintenance or repair of the automobile, whether the theft occurred during the
hours of such service or employment or not; (b) the conversion, embezzlement, theft or secretion by a mortgagor, vendee
or lessee, or by a custodian or trustee authorized by the Insured; (c) theft of tools and repair equipment other than in the
case of theft of the entire automobile; (d) theft of rugs, robes, baggage, personal belongings and extra bodies.
EXCLUSIONS FROM PERILS.
The Insurer shall not be liable under any section A, B or C of the insuring agreements for any loss or damage arising while the
automobile is being used with a trailer attached, and the Insurer shall not be liable under any section A, B, C, D or E of the insuring
agreements for any loss or damage arising while the automobile is being used (a) otherwise than for the purposes specified in item 3
(five) of the application, or (b) for demonstrating or testing, or (c) as a taxicab, public omnibus, livery, jitney or sight-seeing conveyance, or for carrying passengers for compensation, or if rented or leased, or (d) in any race or speed test, or (e) in any illicit or
prohibited trade or transportation, or (f) for carrying explosives, or (g) outside the boundaries of the Dominion of Canada, Newfoundland and the United States (exclusive of Hawaii, Porto Rico and Alaska), except for loss or damage occurring on a ferry or
steamer plying between ports within said boundaries: the Insurer shall not, by this contract, indemnify the Insured against any liability
imposed upon the Insured under any Workmen's Compensation Act, Plan or Agreement.
The provisions of this policy may be extended to cover any of the perils so excluded provided it so appears by endorsement
attached hereto.
MATERIAL it  All statements made by the in;
FACTS. plication for this policy shall, in the a:
deemed representations and not warraj
statement shall be used in defence of a claim under t:
to contained in the written application for the policy
of the application, or such part thereof as is material
endorsed upon or attached to the policy when issued
MISREPRE- 2.   If  any person    applying    for
5ENTATI0N. describes the property to the prejudic
knowingly misrepresents or conceals
municate any circumstance which is required by the t
application to be made known to the insurer, the cor
as to the property or risk undertaken in respect to V
sentation or omission is made.
MATERIAL 3.   Any  change material to the ri
CHANGE IN   control and knowledge of the insured, s
RISK. as to the part affected thereby, unle(
promptly notified in writing to the i
agent: and the insurer when so notified may return,
tion, if any, of the premium paid and cancel the po
the insured in writing that, if he desires the policy tl
he must, within fifteen days of the receipt of the noj
surer an additional premium, and in default of such
shall no longer be in force and the insurer shall n
portion, if any, of the premium paid,
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FORM OF 4. After a written application for i<
CONTRACT,   by the insurer it shall be deemed that
the insured is intended to be in accord;
of the application, unless the insurer points out by r
dressed to the insured the particulars wherein it cliff
cation, in which case the insured may, within one we-
of the notification, reject the policy.
RISKS NOT 5. The  insurer   shall not be  liable
COVERED,    while the automobile, with the knowled
nivance of the insured is being driven
the age limit fixed by law, or, in any event, under 1
or by an intoxicated person.
RISKS NOT 6.   (1)  Unless  otherwise   specific
COVERED policy, or endorsed thereo
"EXCEPT BY not be liable:—
PERMISSION (a)   For  loss   or  damage  cau
invasion,  insurrection,  ric
military  or usurped power.
(b) If the interest of the insured, in the autor
unconditional and sole ownership.
(c) If the automobile is or becomes encumbe
mortgage.
(d) If there is any material change in the nat;
interest of the insured in the automobile,
or otherwise, except through change of tit
by death, or by  an authorized assignmen
ruptcy Act.
(e) If at the time a loss, damage or accident
other insurance, of the same interest, wt
covering said loss or damage, or any pot
would have been in force if this   insuran
effected.    ... .        , ,      .   I
(2)   If permission has been given for other inq
fraph (e) of this condition, the insurer wii
is rateable proportion of such loss or di
INSPECTION.        7.   The insurer shall be permitte
times to inspect the automobile and
ACCIDENTS TO 8.   (1)  Upon the occurrence
THE PERSONS volving bodily injuries or death,
AND PROPERTY perty of others, the insured sh
OF OTHERS. written notice thereof to the insu
information   obtainable   at   the   ti
shall give like notice, with full particulars of any cla
of such accident, and every writ, letter, document ot
the insured from or on behalf of any claimant shall
warded to the insurer.
(2) The insured shall not voluntarily assume at
any claim except at his own cost. The insured si
any negotiations for settlement or in any legal proo
ever requested by the insurer, shall aid in securl-
evidence and the attendance of any witnesses, and s
the insurer, except in a pecuniary way, in all matter,
deems necessary in the defence of any action or p
prosecution of any appeal. I
(3) No action to recover the amount of a clan
shall lie against the insurer unless the foregoing rec
plied with and such action is brought after the amo
been ascertained either by a judgment against the
of the issue or by agreement between the parties w
sent of the insurer and no such action shall lie in
brought within one year thereafter.
LOSS OR DAM- 9.   (1)   Upon the occurrence
AGE TO THE damage to the insured automobile
AUTOMOBILE. if such loss or damage is coveret
(a) Forthwith give notice the
the insurer, with fullest information obtainable at 1
at the expense of the insurer, and as far as reasoi
tect the automobile from further loss or damage, an
loss or damage accruing directly or indirectly from
shall not be recoverable hereunder. No repairs sha
any physical evidence of the loss or damage remove
ten consent of the insurer, except such repairs as are
sary for the protection of the automobile from furtl
or until the insurer has had a reasonable time to tni
provided for in subsection 2 of this condition, r I
v (b) Deliver to the insurer within ninety days
loss, or damage a statutory declaration stating the pi
of the loss or damage, so far as the insured kno-
interest of the insured and of all others in the aul
value thereof, the amount of loss or damage theret
thereon, and all other insurance, whether valid or
automobile and that the loss or damage did not
wilful act or neglect, procurement, means or connivi
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Auto Form 830 P.
OCEAN
ACCIDENT and GUARANTEE
CORPORATION, LIMITED
of London, England
WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO
IN CASE OF ACCIDENT
1. Render aid when necessary. Take names and addresses of all witnesses, also badge number of
policeman present (if any). Independent witnesses
are important.
2. If any other vehicle involved take name and address of owner and driver and registration number
of car—also operator's license (if any).
3. If after lightlng-up time, note if all lamps are
lighted in accordance with regulations.
4. Carefully note exact nature and condition of damage done.
5. Make a rough sketch plan of position of each
car involved in accident, and take notes of exact
time of accident, the condition of the road (such
as wet or dry).
6. Report the accident immediately to the Corporation's nearest Claim Department. If in trouble, wire
the Head Office for instructions. The more promptly
and fully we are advised, the mora effectively we
can deal with the matter.
7. Do not run away from the scene of accident.
8. Do not say that you are insured and do not admit
responsibility, or make any payment or promise to
any third party. The Corporation will determine
whether or not you are at fault.
9. Do not assume that the accident is of no importance and that nobody can say you are to blame.
Trivial accidents sometimes result in troublesome
claims. Let the Corporation have the full details
and take over the trouble and responsibility.
SAFETY CODE REMINDERS
1. Be sure your brakes are in good working order.
2. Be alert In your driving and anticipate sudden
emergencies.
3. Obey all traffic and parking regulations.
4. Keep to the right and comply with road markings
and signs.
5. Slow down at crossings, schools and dangerous
places.
6. Never pass cars on hills, curves or crossings.
7. Adapt your driving to road conditions, rain, ice,
soft spots in roads.
6. It does not pay to take the right of way too seriously.
9. Consider the rights and privileges of others.
10. Know the law—it was passed for your protection.
STATOl'ORY
"Private" or "Commercial"
MOTOR VEHICLE
INSURANCE POLICY
^ccipENTa Guarantee JtoRPOB^ION-Limited
3   V    OPLOND
CANADIAN HEAD OFFICE. TOO ONTO
J. A. MINGAY
Manager for Canada and Newfoundland
Federal Building
TORONTO
Policy No. 1-.5185
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PLEASE READ YOUR POLICY
If you find an error In your policy, return It immediately for correction.
It Is most Important that the Insured immediately
notify this Corporation In writing of each and every
accident, damage or loss covered herein,
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51    PENDER   STREET.   EAST
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August 22nd 1933.
To:  The Proprietor,
Loyal Laundry,
956 East Hastings Street,
Vancouver.
Dear Sir,
Further to my letter of the 20th inst,
I have received an estimate from Williams Super Service Station,
29th & Dunbar Street amounting to $11 to cover the cost of repairs
to my Chrysler car, caused by your Ford van.
I am having these repairs carried out on Friday
next, 25th inst, tto completion of which the account will be forwarded
to you for settlement.
Yours faithfully,
-1 \Xas^   ■   ^-A/Wv-w,
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F. R. W. Crump, Form 65    ^vVcrkmens Compensation Board
Vancouver, B. C>
We have received claim presented by ym (Form 6). and have assigned
claim number shown on the other side her *of. It is absolutely necessary
to give this number when enquiring about claim. Advise us in writing
when changing address.
When you are able return to work, or if at the end of thirty days from
the date of accident you are still disabled, you should at that time
and every  thirty days thereafter have your Doctor send  in Surgeon's
Progress Report (Form 11 ).   Compensation is payable only after clais
are proved to be within the scope of the Act and the necessary reports
received.
r. Claims Dept. CANADA
CAR-B—
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Yip Jiicic,   el.   390922
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Claims Dep^rtiaent.
Dear air:
.••...: FOB  -0," ,-  :-: , CL. :.t- 290922»
r Zip hick the injures , requested mo to act for him in-
regarding to this olaj .
mfr-m  \";i p BiOlc*a injurv . 13, 19/  -- he recovered
on agout Sept. 10, 1?32.
1 wish to enquire -.aether fip hick baa or has not sent in the
Surgeon *s Progress Report ( Form 3
Further plaaaa note that Yip 3ick hu.s chan ee his address to
» >1 Pender :.l,  . "-..ncov-.v. r B. C. in care of     uene{ guene Yip)
In returned l8tter, ale. I   .a'.-- m   what is the proper procedure
to follow in order to get his claim promt;. .
1 thank you for your kind attention* ^
®yt\t
— E. S. H.  WINN. K. C, CHAIRMAN
PARKER WILLIAMS, commissioner
HUGH  B. GILMOUR. commissioner
F. P. ARCHIBALD, SECRETARY
Address all communications to the Workmen's Compensation Boant
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W§t Workmen's; Compensation poarb
VANCOUVER,
October 8, 1932.
Mr. Q,uene K. Yip,
Resident Agent,
Western Assurance Co.,
51 Pender St. East,
Vancouver, B. G.
Re Yin Bick - Claim #390922.
Dear Sir:-
Replying to your letter of the 3rd would advise
that in Mr. Yip Bick's application he stated that he
was not claiming any compensation and as a matter of
fact he does not appear to be entitled to any as he
shows he was injured on August 18th and returned to
work on the 20th, and nothing is allowed £nder the Act
unless the time lost exceeds three working days.
Yours  truly,
THE  WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION BOARD.
FH/L.
(P.  Hart.)
Claims Dept, British Columbia Electro Rallway Co.,Ltd.
HASTINGS    AND    CARRALL    STREETS
LEGAL, CLAIMS AND LAND DEPARTMENT
V. LAURSEN, SOLICITOR
\^\NC OTJVKR, B. C.
February ISth,   1933.
Er. Cuene Yip,
51 Pender St. £.,
Vancouver,  B. C.
"WITHOUT PREJUDICE"
Dear Sir:-
re Loyal Laundry.
Your claim for damage done to this auto
by collision with one of the cars of this Company
on the 7th ultimo has been investigated and laid before me.
The facts of the case are that the auto
driver drove immediately behind one street car in
front of another when the motorcnan had no possible
chance to avert the collision.
Under the circumstances I must advise
you the claim will be refused.
Yours truly, UTISH COLUMBIA MOTOR-VEHICLE LICENCE.
Tire.motor-vehicle described and registered as shown hereon is hereby licensed for
use and o%jretiori in accordance v  "~~ Jie provisions of the " Motor-vehicle Act " until
?nnDecember M, 1932. .  _: rw\ er 1 •)
■fit r, _  ~l —     Licer      and Plate No S-05-J-^i--	
Name. Model.        Engine No.  Registration No.
Style. Weight.     Serial No.    Orig. Purchase.
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(Registered name and address of licensee.)
FRED KONGi
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51704
:efer st.#
vancouver, 3.
C.
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3
2
(Signature of Licensee.)
SIGN AND CARRY IN CONSPICUOt!
J. H. McMULLIN,
Commissioner, Provincial Police.
POSITION ON MOTOR-VEHICLE. Province of British O . ambia.
APPLICATION FOR 1933 MO/ft)R-
VEHICLE LICENCE.//
Motor-vehicle
Licence
No...
To the Commissioner of Provincial Police, Victoria, B.C.:
I (We) hereby make_anp]icatiqn im licence for motor-vehicle described hereunder
for the year 1933, and declare that I  (we) have checked the information given below
and that the same describes correctly the motor-vehicle owned by me  (us).
M.V. 23/33
200M^S2-9210 LICENCE FEE TENDERED HEREWITH.
Issuing
Office
Stamp.
LICENCE FEE
$ f.ka.c..
3A $	
V2 $	
M $	
Name.
Style.
FORD
TRUCK -
Model.
Weight.
Engine No.
Serial No.
Registration No.
Orig. Purchase.
D    360629  51704
2250 350629  19-10-23
(Registered name and address of licensee.)
FRED WONG,
% QUE.NE K.  YIP,
51  E.  PENDER ST.,
VANCOUVER,   B.
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3
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(Signature, in full, of owner.)
(Number.)
(Street.)
(City or town.) ALPHABETICAL FILE.
1933 LICENCE No.
FORD
TRUCK
D
2250
360629
360629
51704
19-10-
23
FRED WONG,
% QUENE
51704
K.   YIP
51  E.
PENDER ST
VANCOUVER
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1933 LICENCE No	
f\
FORD                            D            360629     51704
TRUCK                         2250     350629     19-10-23
FRED WONG,
% QUE^E EC   YIP,
51   E.   PENDER ST.,
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
51704 LICENCE FILE.
1933 LICENCE No.
FORD D 360629     51704
TRUCK 2250     350629     19-10-23
FRED WONG,
% QUENE K.  YIP,
51   E.  PENDER ST.,
_ VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
51704 ISSUING OFFICE
LICENCE FILE.
1933 LICENCE No.
FORD
TRUCK
i
D
2250
36U629
360529
51704
19-10-
23
FRED
51704
WONG,
% QUEN
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PENDER ST
VANCOUVER
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BE
RETAINED
IN ISSUING
OFFICE FOR REFERENCE. ISSUING OFFICE
AUDIT COPY.
1933 LICENCE No	
Issuing
Office
Stamp.
FORD                            D           360629     51704
TRUCK                         2250     360629     19-10-23
LICENCE FEE.
FRED WONG,
% QUENE K.   YIP,
51  E.   PENDER ST.,
3A $	
VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
51704 '
Vi 5	
14 $	
TO BE RETAINED 1
N ISSUING OFFICE FOR AUDIT PURPOSES AND FILED ACCORDING
TO LICENCE  NO. BRITISH COLUMBIA MOTOR-VEHICLE LICENCE.
The motor-vehicle described and registered as shown hereon is hereby licensed for
use and operation in accordance with the provisions of the " Motor-vehicle Act" until
December 31st, 1933.
Licence and Plate No — 	
Name. Model.        Engine No.    Registration No.
Style.        , Weight.      Serial No.       Orig. Purchase.
Not valid unless
stamped bv issuing
office in this space
and plate number
stated opposite.
LICENCE FEE.
Vz
FORD
TRUCK
D
2250
Serial No.
360629
360629
51704
19-10-
(Registered name and address of licensee.)
FRED
%  QUENE K.
51
YIP,
E. PENDER ST.,
VANCOUVER, B.
51704
0.
23
1
9
3
J. H. McMULLIN,
Commissioner, Provincial Police.
(Signature of Licensee.)
SIGN AND CARRY IN CONSPICUOUS POSITION ON MOTOR-VEHICLE. Government of British Columbia.
IMPORTANT.
TO THE REGISTERED OWNER:
Enclosed for your convenience are application forms for 1933 licence for motor-
vehicle registered in your name.
LICENCES   MAY  BE  PROCURED  IN  EITHER   OF  THE  FOLLOWING
WAYS:—
1. Present complete form signed, together with fee, at nearest issuing office.
2. Mail complete form signed to Commissioner, B.C. Police (Motor Branch),
Victoria, B.C., together with fee, and ADDITIONAL SUM OF 15 CENTS TO
cover postage on plates, and plate?-and licence will be sent you by return mail.
If additional sum of 15 cents tp cover postage is not included in remittance
number plates will be forwarded by express collect without further notice.
PLEASE DO NOT detach any portion of form or alter or change form in any
particular, as same will not be accepted incomplete or altered in any way.
FEE shown is for full year. If renewal taken out on or after April 1st deduct
25 per cent.; on or after July 1st deduct 50 per cent.; on or after October 1st
deduct 75 per cent.    Minimum fee, $10.
PLEASE NOTE.—-If your address is not as stated, please give new address in
space provided.
Renewal of licence for 1933 may only be obtained by use of enclosed form. If
information given on form is incorrect, return same to this office, giving correct
particulars.
If you do not wish to use the attached form until later on in the year, put it
away carefully, so that you may h^ye it when making application for 1933 licence,
and save yourself any inconvenie or delay which may be caused you through
inability to produce the form.       '^
If you have disposed of motor-vehicle referred to in enclosed application, the
same is still registered in your name and for your own protection a Notice of
Transfer should immediately be put through from yourself to the new owner, which
can be done by applying to the nearest issuing office. New owner cannot obtain
1933 licence for this car until it is transferred into his name.
Should you dispose of motor-vehicle referred to in enclosed application after
receipt of same, kindly return this form to me, and at the same time see that such
motor-vehicle is properly transferred from yourself to the new owner.
J. H. McMULLIN, Commissioner, B.C. Police.
Motor Branch, B.C. Police, Victoria, B.C.
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Dear Mr. Alex. Menderson;
T,Te have thtfaSMLfrom the local newspapers
that your beloved wife passed away. We beg to tender you our
sincerest condolence under this sad bereavement and affliction,
May God comfort you Mr. Henderson,and lighten your weight of
sorrow. Believe this and be comforted.
•'it 1 heartfelt sympathy.
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Telephone Seymour 2613
WILSON & WHITE
Barristers and Solicitors
ALEXANDER   D.   WILSON
PERCY  A.  WHITE
922-925   ROGERS   BUILDING
470   GRANVILLE   STREET
VANCOUVER
CANADA
November 20th 1933,
Mr. Jamas Yuen,
e/o Queena Yip,
51 Pander B.,
Vancouver,  B.C.
Pear   Sir,
Pe  Horace  lie Hay
With  regard   to   the  accident  in which
Mr.HcHay   suffered  the   loss  of one   leg,- we   have  been
instructed  to  take the   necessary  proceedings unless
we   can arrive  at a  settlement  as  to   the   damages.
We  shall  expect to hear from you on  or  before  Wednesday
next   the   22nd  inst.
Yours  truly,
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Vancouver, B. C.
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Date of Accident... *™£**£LJ£ 19 M..Time of Accident >P°;A.J..**}?±
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Automobile No. ..P.2z92.^. Make of Auto.
m t n       James Yuen .-,, 3Q6 ^eefer St. _,       M
Name  of  Owner..-™:t.T..........„.„r.. Address .*.. Phone  No	
State whether Truck, Taxi, U Drive or Private Car <r>TlT»k- "	
306 Keefer
Driver's  Name , _ Address Phone No	
James Yuen-
Driver's License No...2*Z?S55 Number of Other Car 7.3-12.6	
Weather  (Rain, clear, fog, snow) foxy Street, Wet or Dry...jfgm..
Pedestrian-
Anyone taken to Hospital?	
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Persons Injured St****      Driver **•.  >  Hospital S	
Occupant JLLL1.1SL, J *• ******> g^**1
Name and Address of Person Injured	
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Particulars of Accident .'. A=Y.iClULm!..S ^
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while the victim's car was stopping at corner
23rd.^ve.a Cambie st. as shown in diagram. Apparently, the victim was
fixing his car tire at the back of his car. .-he victim was hit by Yuen's
car... gat ..the., time ..of the accident, the weather was foggy» maA  the victim's
JWJW*^^  3o6-ricrefer^t,	
Date Reported....^^^..^...^^" Time Reported ^J^	
Approximate Damage to Car Reporting $ Received by	 Telephone Seymour 2613
WILSON & WHITE
Barristers and Solicitors
ALEXANDER   D.   WILSON
PERCY  A.   WHITE
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922-925  ROGERS BUILDING
470 GRANVILLE STREET
VANCOUVER
CANADA
November 14, 1953.
Mr. James Yuen,
306 Zeefer Street,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:
Mth regard to an accident which took place on
September 10th, would you kindly call and see the writer,
on or before the 16th day of November.
Yours very truly,
WILSOB (fc/WHlW..
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FIRE INSURANCE
RENTS
USE AND
OCCUPANCY
REVENUE
LEASEHOLD
ACCIDENT
AND SICKNESS
EMPLOYERS
LIABILITY.
WORKMEN'S
COMPENSATION
WT1 A.THOMSON
GENERAL MANAGER FOR CANADA
T. JAMES, C. A.
SECRETARY
ofNorwidh,England
F. W. LAMONT
C. C.  PAULL
ASSISTANT MANAGERS
BANFIELD, BLACK & BANFIELD LTD.
GENERAL  AGENTS
555 HOWE STREET
VANCOUVER     -     B.C.
Novonber 21st  1933-
a$[u,ene Yip Esq.. ,
51 Pender St.E.
City.
PHYSICIANS
AND DENTISTS
LIABILITY
PUBLIC
LIABILITY
(THIRD   PARTY)
AUTOMOBILE
LIABILITY.
PROPERTY  DAMAGE
COLLISION
FIRE  AND   THEFT
ELEVATOR
LIABILITY.
PASSENGER   AND
FREIGHT
guarantees
of fidelity
bonds:
ADMINISTRATORS
LIQUIDATORS
TRUSTEES
SUCCESSION   DUTIES
SALES  TAX   BONDS
CONTRACT   BONDS
BURGLARY
INSURANCE
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PLATE GLASS
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TRANSPORTATION.
TOURIST  BAGGAGE
REGISTERED   MAIL
Dear Sir:
Re-Policy No.SA 972
Ren.25642 Man  Hong
We have your letter
undated,returning the above renewal
certificate  for  correction.
In order to cover this
oar for fire and  theft  it will be
necessary for   us t o know the   cost
to the   Insured and we note that  this
information was not given when the car
was transferred.
Will you kindly let   us
have this  information  as  soon as   possible
and   in the meantime we will hold your
client covered for Public Liability .Property
Damage,Fire & Theft.
Yours truly,
BAMFIELD  BL
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RATES   AND  FULL
INFORMATION   WILL BE
FORWARDED
ON   APPLICATION If
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L amgrequested oy -r,Gourlie, the
principal of jour school, to be present this morning, to
present the cup to your boys. 1 feel greatly honoured to
be present^ 1 em  proud, of your boys who won suCh a
repuU.tion-Tor y our mother school. Your bogs really deserve
sue.;-, a success as you are trying hard enough to fulfil
your desire. Much of ; our success is cue also to the credit
of your principal and those who assist you in organzing tiis
school midget football team.
1 still remember in 1920 that Central School
Vancouver senior Public School soccer champion. 1 was
the player. 1 still keep my medal which is to me now a
priceless memento.,.1 still remember those good old school
won
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am looking  back now.
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Mieget   Cup,   please   let  me  present   tni s   cup   to y ou   boy a.
May-thie-tee-a-s lwish/you will   further  succeed in  the
soccer  worlAanh haze   all jour  hearts   desire.   34sgL wishes*
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INSURANCE
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LOANS
REAL   ESTATE
555 Howe Street
Vancouver, B. G. Dejpjmbfr 18th, 193 2b
Quene  Yin,  Esq.,
51 E.Pender St.,
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Dear Sir:-
During the  course  of our daily routine  it
would appear that we  sometimes  forget the  people
whose co-operation and goodwill mean so much  to  us
in our business.   This  season of the year affords us
an opportunity to  personally express   our appreciation
for the  consideration you have shown us during 1933•
We wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas
and hoping  that  the New Year may have many pood things
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2579 "'all St.
Vancouver 3, C.
Dear Sir;
In reference to your car accident against my son
Hay Yip, in front of 31 Pender St. E. on December 23, 1933$
about 5.30 P.M., 1 beg that any help from you in paying the
medical fee for the treatment of my son, injured at the right
leg, 1 shall be much thankful. As 1 could not communicate V¥ith
by telephone, therefore 1 write this letter. 1 shall be glad to
hear from you as we feel that it is only justified that this
child should bo medically attended to.
1 wish you will have a .ropcrous New Year.
Yours sincerely
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THE COMMISSIONER
British Columbia Provincial Police
(Motor-vehicle Branch)
Victoria, B.C.
In reply quote File No..
Your File No..
MOTOR-VEHICLE  BRANCH
VICTORIA
SUBJECT:
December 18th. 1932,
M.V.Reg.#51704 &
#55364.
Q.uene Yip,
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Sir:
With, reference   to your  letter   of the   15th
instant regarding  the 1934  licence  fees,   I  beg  to state
that at   the   last"Session of the  legislature,   the  "Motor-
vehicle   Act" was  amended basing  licence  fees   on  the
weight alone,   regardless  of the  dealer's   selling  price
or age
1934.
of the  car,   to become  effective  as   from March 1st
licence
is    "
fee
Under  the new rate   of fees,   the
for  a  car weighing  between 2001 and  3000  lbs.   is  #20.00,
and as   the weight   of Ford Truck  in  the name  of Fred  Wong,
is  given as  2250  lbs.,   the  fee  for   the  same will be  $20.00;
while  the weight  of Ford  Truck  in the name  of Dim Foo   is
listed as  2000 lbs.   the fee  therefore being  §16.00,  as
the rate  for  cars  weighing between3501 lbs.   and £000
is  $16.00.
Yours  truly,
lbs.
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Thomas E. Wilson
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SIO HASTINGS STREET W.
VANCOUVER, CANADA
TELEGRAPHIC address
"W1LMAS"
CODES , "ESTERN UNION
( BENTLEY'S
TELEPHONE SEYMOUR 640
COMMERCIAL  DEPARTMENT
January  11th.
1934.
Quene  Yip,   Esq.,
C/o C.F.h.   Telegraph  of
51  Pender   3t.East,
Vancouver,   B.C.,
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RE;   RCLPH  CLARKE   STOTU
My file   1358*G
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1933 Apr   11th
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Yours   truly,
THOMAS   E .   WILSCU,
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Vancouver 3. C.
Phone-Sey,3721
January 16, 19 34.
Thomas 3. Wilson Esq.
622 Standard Bid .
510 Hastings ST.
Vancouver" B. C.
Re: Rolph Clarke Stone Co. ltd.
:-uene Yip's account, '.'6ur fil
Received your letter of January 11, 1934 about my
account of |24.28 owning to the Rolph Clarke Stone Ltd., of
which you are their collecting agent.
1 wish to suggest, that 1 try my best to pay you two
dollars i  thly until the stated sum will be fully gaid. 1 hope
you will favour my proposal and let me know of your reply,
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Your sincerely 3721 J>
January 10, 1934.
Earl Gray Esc
2962-20th.Ave.
Vancouver B. C«
Dear Sir;
You have been indebted the foilowing amount due to
the Chinese peddler Ghong Ying.
Vf;,?.  Account      18.60
l'i~yt> October     16.05
19gg hovember --     .7.0
To tai   5T5TJ5	
Ohong Yixxg authorized me to collect the said aieount for
him.     You nave told Ghong Ting sometimes ftgo that yon could
pay your debt on January. N oxpeot a cheque from you In i abort
time, as you are under obligation to rid gcur debt.
Yours truly
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Vancouver B. C.
Phone-Sey.  3721
Seele.v  ft  Co, Ltd.
720 Pacific Bide.
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Dear Sir; CLAIMS DEPARTMENT.
Re: Chow king Suey, Auto Policy No.
; Chow king Suey| Auto ^ P
611372, let. Ihsure&.
1 a a BOOdlBf you a wiitten^hotice ot R eg or t "about
the accident concerning OUT client.
Late-January 21. 19 jM
^Dio- About  },;n P, H.
jj"iooo- in front  of 27 Pender .->t. 3.  City.
Henv": ooident-
"     ITur clientY ■ car was reversing and was to be parked
• t tho curb of Ponder St*, in front of 27 Pender St.
E., when suddenly his car was hit by another car
frci;  behind., car ho.91~9£>3 owned by Harold Cochrane,
2328 Yukon St. Ehir client's car left front wheel
nul> and axial were damaged,while the otter ear's
front right wheel was broken.
Just for fovotality that 1 send in this report, but it
seems to me that Cochrane'^ car ia rcaonaiolvg for tae accident.
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February 8, 1954.
Mr. James Yuen,
306 Keefer street,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
WITHOUT PREJUDICE
We have been instructed by Mr. Horace McKay to
take action against you for damages for your neglTgence
in running him down at the corner of Cambie and 23rd
Avenue on the 10th oi November last. We have advised
Mr. McKay that he is entitled to very large damages indeed. We would suggest it might be advisable for you
to come and see our Mr. Shakespeare if you have any
proposition to make relative to assisting Mr. McKay in
paying the large hospital and doctor bills that he is
being put to.  Trusting to hear from you without delay.
We are
RNS.CB
Yours truly,
KILLAm(& ^SHAKESPEARE,
per yuene Tip
31 Pender St. E.
Vancouver B. C.
Phone-Sey.3721.
R.N.Shakespeare &aq.
626 Pender St. w.
Vancouver B. C.
Dear Sir; WITHOUT PREJUDICE
1 have been requested by Mr. James Yuen to reply your
letter of Feb.8, regarding Mr.Horace McKay's accident case. He said
that he is unemployed now, and at any time desirous for a city relief.
On account of his financial strigency, Mr. James Yuen is unable to
assist Mr.McKay in any way in paying the large hospital and doctor
bills.
On the other hand, according to the accident report filled at
the police station, the report is illustrated in the below diagram;
A-McKay's car stopping corner Cambie and 23rd. Ave. about 2-3 ft
from curb.
B- James Yuen's car travelling.
James Yuen's car was travelling on Cambie St. proceeding South
towards North, while McKay's car was stopping at corner 23rd.Ave.and
Cambie St. 2-3 feet from curb as shown in diagram. Apparently, Mr.
McKay was doing something at the back of his car, and he was hit by
Yuen's car. At the time of accident, the weather was foggy and the
victim's car had no front or baok lights whatsoever, discovered after
the accident. Thuajas told by the accident report, Mr. James Yuen
had shown no dement' in his driving, and the accident was purely
accidental.     Refer to 1933 Traffic and Parking By-Laws .
1. General Parking Prohibitions-Pagell, No.10, 11.
2. Standing or parking close to Curb— Page 13.
3. Washing and repairing vehicles on streets prohibited-Page 23.
1 hope you sir, will understand the situations of this case.
Yours sincerely 31 Pender St. E.
Vancouver B. C.
Phone-Sey.3721
Claims Department
Seeley & Co. Ltd.
720 Pacific Bldg.
Dear Sis;
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Re: Theft Claim for Lew Gow,
Policy No. Legal General 3293
1 am sending you a Written Notice of Report of Mr.
Lew Gow's theft claim.
TIKE- Discovered about 8 JE.M.
DATE - FeO.26. 1934.
PLACE- About £ block at bick lane , from assured's garage.
PARTICULi'udi-
The assured's oar was garaged at the garage situeted
back of 647 Prior St.(residence of the assured).At
about 8 \.g"., Fab.26, the assured found his car f
block from his garage; the left door handle of his cer
was found broken, tools lost etc.
later on.
1 shall forward you the complete list of things lost
f.%
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IMPORTERS   &   EXPORTERS
51   PENDER STREET EAST
VANCOUVER, B. C..1P1.?P..J}3..11}A.  1 92	
Claims Department
Banfield,  Black 1 Banfield Co.  Ltd.
333 Howe St.
Vancouver B.   C.
Dear Sir;
Re:  Lee Yok See,  Auto Policy
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This is a written Notice of Report for Lee
Yok See our assured, against P. D. to the claimant QJJ&&S ' '
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February 27,   1934.
Mr. Dong Sing Yat,
c/o Mr. You Sun Fong,
220 Georgia Street East,
Vancouver, B. C.
Dear Sir:
I am instructed by Wong Wai
to collect from you the rent which you have
been receiving from these premises. You
have given him no accounting and you are
also using his furniture. Unless you give
an accounting forthwith, I intend to apply
to the Court.
Wong Wai wants to take over
possession as well, and you will please let
me hear from you by return mail.
Yours truly,
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23rd March,   I93I+.
Quene Yip,   Esq.,
51 Pender  Street East,
Vancouver,  B.   C.
Dear  Sir:
Re;   Theft Loss — 26th February,   193^
We enclose loss draft for $35«00 in settlement of theft
claim under Legal & General Policy No.  A.3295 ~ Lew Gow,  which we
trust you will find in order.
fill you kindly have attached account receipted and
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Correctness in the transmission of messages can be insured by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of trremium 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 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.
CONDITIONS
APPROUVE PAR LE BUREAU DE LA COMMISSION DES CHEMINS DE FER PAR L'ORDRE No 162,
DATE LE 30 DE MARS, 1916.
II est entendu entre cette Compagnie et l*exp6diteur de la depeche ecrite au verso que la dite Compagnie ne sera pas responsable des dommages causes
par le manque d'expedition ou de livraison, ou par une erreur dans I'expedition ou la Iivraison d'une depeche non-repetee que ce soit ou non du a. la negligence
des employes de la dite Compagnie ou des retards causes par 1'arret du fonctionnement des appareils telegraphiques, ou des erreurs dans les depeches obscures
OU composees de chiffres, ou dues a une mauvaise ecriture, pour un montant n'excedant pas le prix paye pour l'envoi de la dite depeche.
Pour £viter toute erreur, la Compagnie fera un second envoi d'une depeche moyennant un paiement additionnel de la moitie du taux regulier, et dans
Ce cas la responsabilite de la Compagnie n'excedera pas $200.00, s'il y avait erreur ou retard dans I'expedition ou la livraison de la dite depeche.
L'exactitude dans I'expedition des depeches peut, sur le paiement d'une prime, faire l'objet d'un contrat d'assurance par ecrit dans le*quel sera men-
tior.ne le montant assure, cette prime sera en outre des montants payes pour le premier et le second envoi de la depeche, de un pour cent du montant assured
pour une distance n'excedant pas 1,000 milles, ou de deux pour cent pour une plus longue distance.
Cette Compagnie ne sera pas responsable du fait ou de l'omission d'une autre Compagnie, dont elle s'efforcera toujours de se servir quand il sera
necessaire pour faire parvenir toute depeche & destination et dans ce cas elle sera consideree comme la mandataire de I'expediteur et n'encourera aucune
responsabilite personnelle. La responsabilite de la dite Compagnie commencera seulement quand les depeches auront €t& presentees et acceptees a un de ses
bureaux d'expedition. Lorsqu'une depeche est apportee a. un de ses bureaux par un des messagers de la Compagnie, ce messager est considere comme le
mandataire de I'expediteur. Lorsqu'une depeche est communiquee par telephone au bureau de la Compagnie, la personne qui recoit cette depeche est
consideree comme la mandataire de I'expediteur et est censee avoir toute autorit6 pour consentir a ces conditions au nom de I'expediteur. Dans aucun cas
la Compagnie ne sera responsable de dommages a. moins que demande n'en soit faite par ecrit dans les soixante jours apres la remise de la depeche a la dite
Compagnie.
Aucun employe1 de la Compagnie n'a le droit de changer les conditions ci-haut mentionnees. I
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51 Pender St.East,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir,-
January 8, 1934,
Re. Jang Park Jong vs Jang Sen Ton%
This action was set for trial this morning
for Friday January 19th, at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon before
His Honour Judge Mclntp£&.  Will you please get in touch with us
a day or two before that time.
Yours truly,
WOOD & BIRD,
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Barristers & Solicitors
SEYMOUR     422
H . S. WOOD, K.   C.
H.  I. BIRD
J3ank of'Toronto Buildinq
TZmcouver B. C.
January 3,  1934,
Mr. Quene Yip,
51 Pender St. East,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir,-
Re. Jang Park Jong, vs Jang Sen Tong
We have received a demand that the
Defendant produce on oath all books andpapers, writings or
documents of any kind which he has or has ever had which
have any reference to this case.   Will you please have
him come in and bring any papers that he has with him.
Yours truly,
WOOD k BIRD,
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PENDER  & COLUMBIA STREETS  BRANCH
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Truck Parts and Equipment Limited
650   BURRARD  STREET
Vancouver. B.C., June,  ill,
1933
Minternational Produce Co.,
550 Union...St..-,	
INVOICE  NO 966
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YOUR ORDER NO
City
TERMS:  STRICTLY  NET CASH
Repair bumper,   install new spot-lite,
remove radiator & repair fan drive puliey,
straighten xenaer
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WRITE  CLEARLY
To the Chief Constable,
Vancouver, B. C.
foJwfc f^r 32J
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June  17,   1933                                                About  9 A.  M,
Date of Accident ::..a 19  Time of Accident..	
Automobile No %%QQ%. Make of Auto E&d-G-r-a-l Brakes...!!,
550 Union at. '
Name  of  Owner.jtt.£.e.rtta.£.i.0i.ia.:i....Address Phone  No..II±gh«...£32...
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State whether Truck, Taxi,JJ Drive or Private Car /JX-UC-k..	
Driver's  Name 3teHA~Suoa Address....ilaLaj3...ab.D.V.e Phone No Same...above
Driver's License No &1-35-19- Number of Other Car 5.41.Q1	
Weather  (Rain, clear, fog, snow) iD-Leas? ...Street, Wet or Dry Dry	
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Persons Injured OnB..._7ers0n      Driver g^&^er-
slightly injured.       0ecupant	
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Name and Address of Person Injured EM&P... ZuwadaJ....?river .,	
¥L.Q^*?*±JLi ^out 4jop glooms. C^i^r-/*i$»UA
Location of Accident....
Particulars of Accident
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Name of Person Reporting ....Address g.%.&..Maaktoi/../E*
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Date Reported Time Reported	
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The Vancouver Ceneral Hospital School of Nursing
VANCOUVER. B.C.
grace m. faihley , a k. haywood. m.d.
Principal and director of Nurses General Superintendent
Aug. 2,   1933
Miss May Lore,
c/o Mr. Quene Yip,
51 Pender St. E.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Miss i*ore:
This will acknowledge receipt of your
certificate from Dr. Christie re the condition of your feet,
As Dr. Christie states that your feet  r now in a satisfactory condition, it rrill be in order for you to proceed
with your equipment, in readiness for the September class.
Yours  truly,
&. 9?/ ■ S^-£.
Olive M.   Shore
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WESTERN ASSURANCE BUI LDINGS. TORONTO, CANADA
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GENERAL AGENTS FOR   BRITISH COLUMBIA
720 PACIFIC BLDG.. VANCOUVER, B.C.
Resident Agent
QUENE   K.   YIP
PHONES: OFFICE. SEYMOUR 313
RES.  DOUGLAS S288-L
AGENCIES
FIRE. AUTOMOBILE. ACCIDENT.
BURGLARY. PLATE GLASS.
MARINE. ETC.
SI PENDER ST.  E.
Vancouver,   B. C.
.. list 5,  1?33.
Grace M. Fairley Esq..
Principal and Director of Nurses
The Vancouver General Hospital School of Nursing
Vancouver B. G.
Dear Miss Fairley;
May 51, 1933
In reference to your letter of
to Miss May lore c/o Mr. ^uene Yip,
requesting Miss May Lore to secure treatment on her
Athlete's Foot before her acceptance (as a student in the
training of nurses in the Vancouver General Hospital) can
be confirmed, 1 am herewith forwarding you a medical
certificate which is required by your department.
In our previous interview, you
instructed Miss May Lore to acquaint herself with Chemistry,
Mathematics and other subjects required in nurse-training,
she has followed your instructions conscientiously.
1 beg to receive your confirmed-
acceptance in due time. 1 sincerely thank you for your kind
attention, 1 am,
Yours sincerely
t^A^,
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VANCOUVER. B.C.
GRACE  M. FAIRLEY
Principal and director of Nurses
a k. haywood, m.d.
General Superintendent
May 31, 1933
Miss May -uore,
c/o Mr. Quene K. Yip,
51 Pender St. E.^
Vancouver, B,C.
Dear ^iss "ore:
With reference to your physical
examination, with the exception of the condition of your
feet, it has been satisfactory, but it will be necessary
for this condition, which Dr. Baird thinks may bo Athlete' s
Foot, to be cleared up before your acceptance can be confirmed.
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either hero or in Victoria, who will prescribe treatment.
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Vancouver a license as a: -_ ' ; L for the current
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ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS  TO THE COMPANY
VAN COUVER, B. C.
April 4th, 1954.
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Dear Sir:-
Re: Yip Sang Co. U.S. Policy 154>S
renewed by 15624.
On March ~8th we forwarded you contract to be completed
in this connection but to date have not received same back.
We today heard from the Manager of the Royal Bank to whom
the loss is made payable, asking the reason for the delay in the
delivery of the policy.
Please let us have the contract back as soon as possible,
in order that we may forward the policy to the Bank.
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by 'phone tomorrow.
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AT THE  LICENSE  DEPARTMENT,   HOLDEN   BLDG., 16 E. HASTINGS STREET.
Yours truly,
H. A. URQUHART,
License   Inspector.
PLEASE   RETURN   THIS   NOTICE   WHEN   PAYING   LICENSE.
ALL CHEQUES MUST BE CERTIFIED AND MADE PAYABLE TO THE CITY TREASURER. SEYMOUR 8167
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CUSTOMS  BROKER
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New and Used Cars
Phone Seymour 4307
GEORGIA AT HOMER' STREET
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
N?    6361
STATEMENT OF AUTOMOBILE PURCHASE
PURCHASER
Yip Jack                                                    DATE
April 14th,
1934.
ADDRESS
306  Keefer St.,   Vancouver,  B.   c.
salesman      Stevenson
I Engine No.
New Car<
(Serial No.    -
(Engine No.      CA86502
Used CaK
(Serial No.
1929  Ford
Model and Type               CqUP e
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Purchase Price of Car
220
00
Collect on Delivery
License and Registration
Charge Account
Radio—Serial No.
Cash
60
00
Accessories
Previous Deposit
Used Car Traded in—Make CllQV,
Style Coach.       Year
Other Insurance
Engine No. ^—             s"i&l No.
15
00
License 1^£5   ^y $C* O "1	
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Notes:
FINANCE COY. CONTRACT
Territory Charge (Fire and Theft Ins.)
8
00
XI  Payment of $   16,00
176
00
License Transfer and Filing Fee
2
30
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Payment of $
Finance Charge
00
Final Payment of $       9 « 00
9
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TOTAL DR.
260
00
TOTAL CR.
260
00 Acreage
(©pportuntttce
J.   GIBSON
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
PHONE  99
LANGLEY prairie,  b. c.
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Mr. Yip Jack,
306 Keefer St.,
Vancouver, B .C.
Register. August 32nd,  1934
Mr. Yip Jack,
306 Keefer St.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Dear Sir:
Contract 33-9215
We hereby give you notiae that under the Conditional Sale Contract dated
the   14th   day of  "^?.r^ 1$  > under which you purchased from
qtn-nehonaa Motors. Ltd. .    _ ^w  following goods and chattels,
namely:-
One      1929 fford Ooupe Llotor IToCA 86502 Serial CA 86502
and which contract was on the     __l6*h   _ dag of     April     1934    duly
assigned to us  for value,  theri  is now due and owing by you j 185.00	
being the  balance of   the contract  price  together vrth  the  actual cost of
taking and keeping possession of   the  said  goods  and  chattels up to  this
date as appears from the itemized statement following:
April 14, 1934       By Contract Price      $260.00
■ ■      " "    Ca3h     $60.00
■ ■  ■    M Trqde-In  15.00
May  18   »    » Cash  16.00
June  ■   ■    "   ■   16.00
July 17   ■    "   "    16.00 123.00
Balance outstanding ...$137.00
We hereby demand payment  of said sum on or before the      4th  day of
September  19 34 and  further notify you  that unless  the  said   sum be
said goods and chattels will after
1934   ,  be  sold  either at  private
paid to us on or before  said date  1
the 4th      dag of        septenfcer
sale or advertised and sold by public  auction.     The proceeds of such sale
when received by us  will then be   applied on your  debt but we will look
to you for the  deficiency,   if any, on such resale,.
August
Dated at Vancouver, 3. C. this / 22nd dag of
OSlSRaX MOTORS ACC3PTJNCE CORPORATION.
19 34
Registered Mail.
GSD:EU.
/ End.
Form GEIC-C-1129.
LOST POLICY RELEASE
.,19
THIS IS TO CERTIFY, that Policy No , issued by the
GENERAL EXCHANGE INSURANCE CORPORATION, on the day of
 , 19 , to expire on the day of , 19 ,
on	
has been lost or destroyed and cannot be produced, and in consideration of a return premium of $	
receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the said Insurance Corporation is hereby released from all liability under
said Policy, which is declared null and void and no longer of any force or effect.
Signed.
Assured under this Policy.
5M-6-28. Telephone E-5321
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tM> Surgical and Medical Cases, $5.00 per day of 12 hours; $6.00, per 24 hours.
Obstetrical Casfes, $5.50 per day of 12 hours; $6.50 per 24 hours.
Mental, Alcoholic, and Drug- Addicts, $6.00 per day of 12 hours; $7.00 per 24 hours.
Infectious Cases, $6.00  per  day  of  12 hcurs; $7.00 per 24 hours.—Scarlet  Fever,
Uipthc-iia, Measles, Erysipelas, Tuberculosis. Tnfantile Paralysis, Meningitis,
Spanish 'Flu, Cholera, Smallpox, Tgphoid.
For attending an operation, or confinement, $5.00
All additional patients, $1.00 per day.
Traveling expenses, including taxi cab when needed, to be paid by patient.
When the order for a nurse is cancelled after her arrival on a case, she is entitled
to one-half day's salary.
All nurses doing 24 hours duty are entitU/i to 4 hours off daily.
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About the New
PATENTED 1934 CANADA
KIT-CHEN
SAWDUST
BURNER
The only kitchen sawdust burner on the market. An
economical burner . . . that meets all the demands of a
busy housewife! Efficient, simple operation . . . convenience and long life! Smart-looking, too . . . it comes in
colors to match your coal-and-wood stove! See this practical
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PATENTED 1934 CANADA
• The Acme of Kitchen Cleanliness!
No ashes, no smoke, no dust, no soot . . . nothing to clean,
and nothing to mar the impeccable charm of your kitchen!
Smartly Modern in its Design!
The hopper is small and compact, finished to match your
cooking stove ... a pleasing harmony that always looks
spic-and-span!
Practical Economy for Budgeteers!
The extremely low cost of operation puts this new burner
within reach of the most limited budget . . . costs approximately 10c to operate 24 hours!
The Maximum of Dependable Efficiency!
By simple manipulation of draughts, it holds oven temperature as evenly as though thermostatically controlled.
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SPECIFICATIONS
48 inches high. Hopper, 13 inches
wide and 17 inches deep, 23 inches
high. When main draught door is
open, the overall size is 22 inches!
M. and A. HILL CO.
1741  DUNBAR  ST. Canadian Sales Agents
VANCOUVER, B. C. BOUGHT OV
R.  R.  ANDERSON
Garage and Auto Supplies
Horse Shoeing and General Blacksmithing
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THE GOVERNMENT OF
THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Summons to the Defendant upon an Information or Complaint.
CANADA: ]
Province of British Columbia.]
County of Westminster
Municipality of Langley
To Yip Jack , of 306 Keefer St.,  Vancouver,  B.   C.
WHEREAS you Lave this day been charged before the undersigned
R. A. Payne,  Esq., ,a    Justice of the Peace     in and for the said
Comity of     Westminster , for that you on   July 12,  1934
at        Trans Provincial Highway
unlawfully      did drive to the  "Common Danger" Motor Car,  License
Number B.C.   64-604 over a public highway in the Municipality of Langley,
to wit:  Trans Provincial Highway:
Contrary to Section 13 of the
"MOTOR VEHICLES ACT".
These are therefore to command you, in His Majesty's name, to be and appear before    me on
Saturday,  July 21st , at       2.30 o'clock in the   after-noon
at    MurrayVi 11 e or, before such other Justice or Justices of the Peace for
the said County of    Westminster as shall then be there, to answer to
the said charge, and to be further dealt with according to law.    Herein fail not.
GIVEN under      my hand and seal     this 16th day
of        July in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and thirtyWfour
at     Murrayvilxe ^—\ , i/the County aforesaid.
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a       Justice of the Peace
in and for the said      Provinc e
of British Columbia.
1-1233-5464 ""'   pe  ler  st.E.
Vancouver  B.C.
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H.B.Robinson &s
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I am requested by my friend Yip Jack to reply your
letter of July 23» 1934. He asked ne to convey thus to :~o~.:
sir;    I. that lie has become bankrupt, havi: g paid the
fine for a.  char e of drivini a car to t] e Cc
c.     thai    ..'     3ar whj
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car c-i of the garage, thereby -:/!er Mechanics'
Tien."
3, that Yip J"acli'fT Car ig . -g!e~ ^e o^aditio: al Bill
of bale, having purchased his car three months
ago.
4. that he is pending, 'p— a 6itj belief.
"r~ur cliei t Mr, Grandy and yo\ sir, c ig] t to  lerstand
ier the present ecoj omlc reverses f ediocre laborers ;jus1
earrs suffic^nt for their lail} foods, shelter &"'' other necessJ
of life.  Mr. Yip Jack has presented ^^ you the whole situ—
a"-' ons -  If ..
or your client thj iks J" a^ '<r^  Jack ouhht to be
sued in ci-
disereI'
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action,   it   is  entir
subject  to   '"our oi HUME B. ROBINSON
B.A.,   L.L.B.
BARRISTER SOLICITOR
NOTARY PUBLIC
PHONE:      LANGLEY   211
LANGLEY   PRAIRIE,   B.C.,
July/23/34/ 193
Our  Reference  No.
Yip Jack
'ancouver
I>ear  Sir;-  re  Grandy > v-^"*-
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My client Mr George Grandy informs me that
recently on the Yale Road near Langley your car came into colli
sion with Mr Grandy1 s oar and caused serious injury to my olisii
car,It would appear that you were entirely to blame for the accident and we are looking to you for reimbursement.
The damages amount to the sum of |l50,00 and my instructions
are to commence action unless this amount is sent to me at once
yours truly
(without predudioe)
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THIS   IS YOUR   INVOICE
DRIVER   MUST ACCOl
CONDITIONS
Terms
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SEE THAT YOU
RECEIVE THE
QUANTITY YOU
PAY   FOR
PRODUCT
IMPERIAL ROYALITE OIL
IMPERIAL-
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IMPERIAL
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IMPERIAL   FUEL   OIL
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Licence No..
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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.     R^'P4       ^ • 95036      A
MOTOR-VEHICLE ACT."   (Section 21.)
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TRANSFER OF LICENCE FOR MOTOR-VEHICLE.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT, notice having been fil|;d with me pursuant to section 21 of the " Motor-vehicle Act"
gof the transfer of .the motor-vehicle registered under Motor-Vehicle Licence No	
.jK^nT, B.C., as vendor,
1 from   '.'.'. \ , ojf.
to  j I , of , B.C., as purchaser,
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 niotor-vehicle.
COMMISSIONER O^ PROVINCIAL POLICE.
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19 ,at j	
Per.
B.C.
Official position
(Signature of issuing official.)
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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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Revenue      ___
Receipt        N?        72742       B
Licence No..
" 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 under Motor-vehicle Licence No.. _	
from   _ ..:. , of i = , j , B.C., as vendor,
to L , at L B.C., as purchaser,
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.
COMMISSIONER Of PROVINCIAL POLICE.
Dated this..
 day of..
19..
.., at..
.., B.C.
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Per..
Official position..
(Signature of issuing official.) -.4**.
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DRIVER'S LICENCE, 1934, FEE $1.
Rec.' C...5.19.7.3.
Licence No.
The person named hereon, whose signature appears below, is hereby
licensed to drive or operate any motor-vehicle, otherwise than as a
chauffeur, until February 28th, 1935.
Name in full	
Addres^.-zf.....gg.(
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(Signature of Licensee.)
(Official position.) a
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POSTAL NOTE
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REVENUE TAX PAID.
TAXE DU REVEHU PAYEE
COMMISSION   (DROIT!
2 CENTS
PURCHASER KEEP THIS
L"ENVOYEUR GARDE CECI
U1NG OFFICE
Timbre du bureau
d'emission BRITISH COLUMBIA MOTOR-VEHICLE LICENCE.
The motor-vehicle described and registered as shown hereon is hereby licensed for
use and operation in accordance with the provisions of the " Motor-vehicle Act" until
February 28th, 1935. S    ^> ,
Licence and Plate No 6?...2?rCe?..-v^fe....	
Name. Model.       Engine No.    Registration No.
Style. Weight.     Serial No.      Orig. Purchase.
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SPORT COUPE ~~~^S^5?"a 19-2-29
Not valid unless
stamped by issuing
office in this space
and plate number
stated opposite.
LICENCE FEE.
(Full year.)
$	
AMOUNT PAID.
$	
(Registered name and address of licensee.)
YIP JACK,
306 KEEFER ST.,
VANCOUVER, B,
93533
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J. H. McMULLIN,
Commissioner, Provincial Police.
(Signature of Licensee.)
SIGN AND CARRY IN CONSPICUOUS POSITION ON MOTOR-VEHICLE. LxA SLL ^j&a£
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Magistrate,
Municipality of Langley,
Murrayville B.C.
YOUR HONOUR:
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I hereby appoint, authorize quene Yip as my
representative, to appear on my behalf, on a charge of
driving to the "Common Danger" Re: Summons, as the effect
js*r*».:pg  the. automobile accident has incapacitated me to attend
court Sir, to answer to the charge aforesaid.
Dated the  day of July, 1934
Vancouver B.C.
Respectfully yours
Owner & driver of car
Number B.C.64-604
— GMAC 126 Can.    25M-7-33
PRINTED  IN CANADA
CONDITIONAL SALE CONTRACT
(For use in all Provinces except Quebec)
TRIPLICATE
To be delivered to Purchaser
The undersigned seller hereby sells and the undersigned purchaser hereby purchases and agrees to pay tor, subject to the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, the following property complete with standard attachments and equipment, delivery and acceptance of which Is hereby acknowledged by the Purchaser In good condition and as ordered.
New or
Used
Used.
Year
Model
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No.
Cyl.
Make
Trade Name
.;502?u.
Type of Body
If Truck, Give Tonnage
Coupe
Model Letter
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Motor No,
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Manufacturer's
Serial No.
RADIO—Make.
Model  Serial No..
For a total time price of $.,....^.,1^00. , payable as follows: $...S.5^.00....on or before delivery, leaving a Deferred Balance of
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QJB&«9@ payable at the offices of General Motors Acceptance Corporation at...:'?MlS.ftlS^.?.<.....7: *._.tin instalments
(8)
of $-l-^-»-O0 » on t^e same day of each successive month, or as indicated in schedule of payments below and commencing
• (*a) M
 .j|j$3&r. -X&jjbh 19.«&i9k a-nc* the &nal instalment payable hereunder shall equal the amount of the deferred balance
remaining due. Interest is due thereon after maturity of each instalment at 10% per annum. If any instalment is not paid at the
time and place specified the entire amount unpaid shall become due and payable forthwith. If this contract is placed with a
Solicitor for collection, the purchaser further agrees to pay 15% of the amount due hereunder as Solicitor's fees, or if prohibited, the
amount prescribed by law (it being understood that the purchaser agrees to pay all costs, charges, expenses and disbursements, including
the Solicitor and Client costs of the Seller's Solicitor and shall pay the ordinary collection charges of Solicitors and shall not be limited
to any tariff provided by laws to apply as between party and party).
Date
purchaser
desires first
payment
to fall duo.
Do
NOT
fill In this
Schedule if
Instalments
are
successive
monthly
payments.
Schedule of Payments
 1 Mo. after date
 2 Mos. after date
 3 Mos. after date
 4 Mos. after date
 5 Mos. after date
 6 Mos. after date
 7 Mos. after date
 8 Mos. after date
 9 Mos. after date
 10 Mos. after date
 11 Mos. after date
 12 Mos. after date
1. Title to said property shall not pass to the Purchaser until the entire purchase price and Interest (and all costs and
expenses) are fully paid in cash, this to include the payment of any Judgments secured.
2. No transfer, renewal, extension or assignment of this contract or any interest therein or loss. Injury, confiscation or
destruction of said property shall release the Purchaser from his obligation hereunder. The assignee shall be entitled to all
the rights of the Seller.
3. In the event the Purchaser defaults on any payment or fails to comply with any condition of this contract or a proceeding
in bankruptcy, receivership or insolvency be instituted against the Purchaser or his property, or the property is confiscated or
misused, or the Seller deems the property in danger of misuse or confiscation, the full amount shall, at the election of the Seller
(notice of which election is hereby waived by the Purchaser) be immediately due and payable.
4. No conditions, warranties or representations have been made by the Seller, its officers or agents, unless endorsed
hereon in writing. The term property wherever used in this contract shall include any equipment, attachments, accessories
and repairs placed on said property by the Purchaser.
5. Purchaser shall not at any time suffer or permit any charge or lien, whether possessory or otherwise, to exist against
said property and shall keep said property free of all taxes, liens and encumbrances, shall not use same illegally or improperly
or for hire, shall not remove same from the Province without permission of the Seller, shall not transfer any interest in this
property or contract. The proceeds of any insurance, whether paid by reason of loss, injury, confiscation, return premium or
otherwise, shall be applied for the replacement of the property or payment of this obligation at the option of the Seller. The
Purchaser agrees to apply for and the Seller's assignee may place insurance, covering Fire, Theft, or any other Accidental Physica
Damage to Car, to properly protect the Purchaser, Seller, and the Seller's assignee. Purchaser agrees to pay the premium upon
demand, and that on failure to do so payment of said premium shall be secured by this contract and shall be payable forthwith
on demand.
6. Time Is of the essence of this contract, and if the Purchaser default in complying with the terms hereof or the property
Is confiscated or misused or the Seller deems the property in danger of misuse or confiscation, the Seller may take immediate
possession of said property without demand (possession after default being unlawful), including any equipment or accessories
thereto, and for this purpose Seller may enter upon the premises where said property may be and remove same.
7. Seller may resell the said property so retaken at public or private sale without demand for performance, with or without
notice to the Purchaser (if given notice by mallto address below being sufficient) with or without having said property at place
of sale, and upon such terms and in such manner as Seller may determine, and to that end may make such repairs as Seller deems
necessary. The Seller may bid at any public sale. From the proceeds of any such sale Seller may deduct all expenses for retaking-!
repairing and selling said property, including the costs of the Seller's Solicitor as between Solicitor and Client and the balance
thereof shall be applied to the amount due. Any surplus shall be paid over to the Purchaser. In case of deficiency the Purchaser
shaU pay the same with interest at 10%.
8. It is agreed that the repossession and retention, sale or right thereto shall not affect the Purchaser's liability until
full payment has been made in cash, or the Seller's right to sue the Purchaser at any time for any moneys due and payable
whether due and payable by reason of failure or default on the part of the Purchaser in fulfillment of any of the terms, conditions, covenants or provisions of this contract. Seller shall have the right to enforce one or more remedies hereunder successively or concurrently and such action shall not operate to estop or prevent the Seller from pursuing any further remedy which
he may have hereunder. Any provisions of this contract prohibited by law of any Province shall as to that Province be ineffective to the extent of such prohibition without invalidating the remaining provisions of the contract.
9. This Agreement shall apply to and bind the heirs, executors, administrators and assigns of the Purchaser and shall
enure to the benefit of and be enfori
Executed in triplicate, one copy of which was delivered to and
lorceable by the Seller, the Seller's heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns.
ind retained by the Purchaser, this...l4.tlMay of S.pl"l2..19.#.1
(Date Purchaser signs contract—Do not data on Sunday or Legal Holiday)
^ITnessasTeSeueTs^gnatUTe
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THE
Purcha
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By
(Official Title, if Company)
(Purchaser's Signature)
„ Purchaser
By
Yip sfo&k
(Official Title, If Company)
306 Kgefer »H«.  Vancouver.  8*g»
(Purchaser's Post Office Address) .'   ■
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)f the month. It must contain a correct statement, as per the heading of the several columns, of all the Way-Bills for Fre
during the month. It must be made up from the Original Way-Bills. Way-Bills from each station must be entered in numer
The name of the station from which the Freight is received must be entered directly over the amounts, keeping the busines
on separate. Be sure that no Way-Bills are omitted from this report, and be sure that all the totals are correct before
ves your hands. Always compare the totals of the Recapitulation with the totals of the corresponding columns in the Frei
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APPLICATION  FOR STANdKrD AUTOMOBILE POLICY
OWNERS' FORM
Item 1—Full name of the Applicant .Yty.Q	
Address  .£..£.D.....P|£*<^J>a Vl.-.
Town... S.0rry^<^ArVr<r<s?r*^Srr.  Province X2>7.	
Racial Extraction...QJLjl^j^JL Occupation or Busmess.\bU^ML..^^kir^'
Employed by Ss^r^L.
Business Address ....
The Automobile is and will be chiefly used and usually kept in the above Town
and Province unless otherwise specified herein.
Item 2—Particulars of the Automobile to be insured:
(If married, give husband's business or occupation)
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Trade Name
Type of Body
Truck Tonnage
Serial No.
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Motor No.
No. Cylinders
Model Year
Model Letter or
Number
Wheelbase
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Purchased by Applicant
Cash. Purchase Price to Applicant
including Equipment
List Price
Month
Year
New or Used
fully paid for
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$
$
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State amount of
Mortgage, Lien
or Encumbrance
State Name and Address of Iyienholder or Mortgagee to whom, jointly with the
Applicant, loss (if any) under Section B of the Insuring Agreements
is payable as their interests may appear.
$
Item. 3—(a)  State the purpose for which the Automobile is and will be chiefly used	
(b) Will the Automobile be rented or leased;
or used for demonstrating or testing; or as
a taxicab, public omnibus, livery, jitney or
sight-seeing conveyance; or for carrying
passengers   for  compensation   or  hire?	
(c) Is or will the Automobile be licensed as a
Public or rCo.mmercial Vehiclei- If so, state
class  of license Of certificate	
(d) Will the Automobile be operated by any
person suffering from the loss of an eye,
hand, foot or limb, or who is otherwise
bodily  deformed  or  maimed?	
Item 4—(a) Has any license, permit, registration certificate or other like authority, issued to
the owner or a member of his family and
household under any law or statute of any
province, state or country relating to automobiles, to the knowledge of the applicant,
been, or continued to be suspended or cancelled within the three years preceding the
application?    If  so,   state particulars	
(b) Has any insurer cancelled, declined or refused to renew or issue Automobile Insurance to the Applicant?     If so, state name
 of   Insurer     	
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
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(OVER) Item 5—Particulars of (a) any accident in which any automobile owned or operated
by the Applicant has been
involved within the three
years preceding this application, and (b) any claim
made within such period
against or by the Applicant arising out of the use
or operation of an automobile.
Answer
each
item
Separately
Injury to Persons-
Damage to Property of others..
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Collision  damage  to Automobile ^\/S*>..
Loss   by   Fire	
VLoss by Theft	
O^o
Item 6—This application is made for insurance against one or more of the perils mentioned in this Item,
but for insurance under that subsection or those subsections for which a premium is specified
in this Item and no other and upon  the terms  and  conditions  of the  insurer's  corresponding
 Standard Policy Form and for the following specified! limits and amounts:
Insuring Agreem'ts
Section
Sub.
Sec.
PERILS
LIMITS AND AMOUNTS
PREMIUM
Third
Party-
Liability
Legal   Liability  for  Bodily
Injury   or  Death	
$ S^(pTO *</& (exclusive of interest and
costs) for bodily injury to or the death
of any one person, and, subject to such
limit for any one person so injured or
killed.
$ fetW* "V" (exclusive of interest and
costs) for bodily injury to or d<lath of
two or more persons in any one accident.
2s* ' «T
Legal Liability for Damage
to Property of Others  . . .
$    / l"rD -(A)    (exclusive of interest and
costs)  any one accident.
Collision .
B
Loss of or
Damage to
Insured
Automobile
Sum payable by Insured
In respect of each separate claim  $
\*-rp
Actual Cash value at time of
Loss or Damage
Fire  and  Transportation
Actual Cash Value at-4ime of -Loss-or—
Damage  not  exceeding
$ Rate %
Theft
Sum payable by Insured
in respect of each separate claim  $
Actual Cash value at time of
Loss or Damage not exceeding
J Rate %
ENDORSEMENTS
TOTAL PREMIUM
Item7—The Policy Period shall be from       JU'Wl^   ^>
12.01 a.m. Standard Time as to each of said dates.
193*f , to
193 V.
Item 8—Where an applicant for a contract falsely describes the automobile to be insured,
to the prejudice of the Insurer, or knowingly misrepresents or fails to disclose in the
application any fact required to be stated therein or where the insured violates any
term or condition of the policy or commits any fraud, or makes any wilfully false statement with respect to a claim under the policy, any claim by the Insured shall be
rendered invalid and the right of the insured to recover indemnity shall be forfeited.
Item 9—Every person insured agrees to pay or reimburse the Insurer, upon demand, any amount which
the Insurer shall have paid by reason of the provisions of any statute relating to Automobile
Insurance and which the Insurer would not otherwise be liable to pay under the policy issued
upon this application.
Item 10—Every person insured agrees that the Insurer upon making any payment or assuming liability
therefor under or by reason of this policy shall be subrogated to the extent of such payment
to all rights of recovery against any person or persons other than the person insured and
every person insured authorizes the insurer to use his name in any and all actions or proceedings to enforce such rights and agrees to execute all documents (if any) properly required
by the insurer to secure to it such rights.
Item 11—I declare that I am, the registered owner of the Automobile described herein, and, that the
statements above made are in every respect true and correct, and I hereby apply. for a
contract of insurance to be based on the truth of the said statements.
I
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I or on me automonue at we-time tne loss or damage occurs;
Subjection 2. Fire or Lightning
or the Stranding, Sinking, Collision, Burning or Derailment of Any Conveyance on
Land or Water, in or upon which the Automobile is being Transported, Including
General Average and  Salvage Charges, for Which the Insured is Legally Liable;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be liable under this subsection:—
(a) For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs; or for any amount la
excess of the specific amount, if any, stated in subsection 2 of section B of Item 6 of the application; or
(b) For loss or damage to rugs, robes, radios, baggage, personal belongings and extra bodies; or
(c) For loss or damage occurring after theft of the automobile and before recovery of the automobile by the Insured;
Subsection  3. Theft;
Each theft covered hereby shall give rise to a separate claim, and, except where the automobile is stolen, the Insurer's liability in respeot of each
claim shall be limited to the amount of loss or damage in excess of the sum, if any, payable by the Insured, stated in subsection 3 of section B
of Item 6 of the application;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be liable under this subsection:—
(a) For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs; or for any amount In
excess of the specific amount, if any, stated in subsection 3 of section B of Item 6 of the application;  or
(b) For loss or damage caused by (1) theft by any person or persons in the Insured's household or by any employee of the Insured engaged
in the operation, maintenance or repair of the automobile, whether the theft occurred during the hours of such service or employment
or not; or (2) the conversion, embezzlement, theft or secretion by a mortgagor, vendee or lessee or other person in lawful possession
of the automobile under a mortgage, conditional sale, lease or other contract or agreement, whether written or oral; or (3) the
voluntary parting with title or possession, whether or not induced so to do by any fraudulent scheme, trick, device or false pretense;
or (4) theft of tools and repair equipment other than in the case of theft of the entire automobile; or (5) theft of rugs, robes,
radios, baggage, personal belongings and extra bodies; or (6) theft of equipment of the automobile unless such equipment is in or
on the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs.
STATUTORY CONDITIONS
Unless the context otherwise requires, wherever the word " Insured" is used in these statutory conditions, it shall mean a person insured by the
policy whether named or not, but elsewhere in the policy the word "Insured" means the insured person named therein.
MATERIAL CHANGE I.    (a)The insured named in the policy shall promptly
IN RISK notify the insurer, or its local agent, in writing, of any
change in the risk material to the contract and within
his knowledge.
(b) Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, the words "change in
the risk material to the contract'' shall include:—
Sale (i)   any change in the insurable interest of the insured
named in the policy in the automobile by sale,
assignment or otherwise, except through change of title by succession, death
or proceedings under The Bankruptcy Act;
Mortgage or
Lien
and in cases other  than  motor 'vehicle  liability
policies:
(ii)  any mortgage, lien or encumbrance affecting the
automobile after the application for the policy;
Other Insurance     (in) any other insurance of the same interest, whether
valid or not, covering loss or damage insured by the
policy or any portion thereof.
2. The automobile shall not, with the knowledge,
consent or connivance of the insured named in the policy
be used or driven:—
(a) by any person under the influence of drink or
drugs so as to be incapable of proper control of the
automobile; or
(b) by any person not qualified and authorized by
law to drive the automobile; or in case the law does not
prescribe any qualification or authority, by any person
under the age of sixteen years; or
Prohibited Trade (c) for any illicit or  prohibited  trade  or trans
portation; or
PROHIBITED
USE
Intoxication
Unlicensed
Driver
Racing
USES PROHIBITED
WITHOUT
PERMISSION
Trailer
Explosives
Taxicab
or Bus
LOSS OR DAMAGE
TO PERSONS OR
PROPERTY
INSURED TO GIVE
NOTICE OF ACCIDENT AND CLAIM
(d) in any race or speed test.
3. Unless permission is expressly given by an endorsement of the policy and in consideration of an additional
stated premium, the automobile shall not be rented or
leased nor shall it be used:—
(a) with trailer attached;  or
(b) to carry explosives; or
(c) as a taxicab, public omnibus, livery, jitney,
or sight-seeing conveyance or for carrying passengers for
compensation or hire.
4. (1) The insured shall promptly give to the insurer
written notice, with all available particulars, of any
accident involving loss or damage to persons or property,
and of any claim made on account of accident; shall
verify by affidavit or statutory declaration, if required
by the insurer, that the claim arises out of the operation
or use of an automobile described in the policy and that
the person operating or responsible for the operation of
the automobile at the time of the accident is a person insured by the policy; and
shall forward immediately to the insurer every writ, letter, document or advice
received by him from or on behalf of the claimant.
CO-OPERATION OF (2) The insured shall not voluntarily assume any liability
INSURED AND or settle any claim except at his own cost.     The insured
INSURER IN CLAIM shall not interfere inany negotiations for settlement orin
SETTLEMENT any legal proceeding, but, whenever requested by the
insurer, shall aid in securing information and evidence
and the attendance of any witness, and shall co-operate with the insurer, except in a
pecuniary way, in the defence of any action or proceeding or in the prosecution
of any appeal.
LOSS OR DAMAGE 5. (1) Upon the occurrence of any loss of or damage to
TO THE AUTO- the insured automobile, the insured shall, if such loss or
MOBILE damage is covered by this policy:
Insured to give (a) forthwith give notice thereof, in writing, to the
Notice of Claim insurer, with fullest information obtainable at the time,
and shall, at the expense of the insurer, and as far as
reasonably possible, protect the automobile from further loss or damage,
and any such further loss or damage accruing directly or indirectly from a
failure to protect shall not be recoverable hereunder. No repairs shall be
undertaken or any physical evidence of the loss or damage removed without
the written consent of the insurer, except such repairs as are immediately
necessary for the protection of the automobile from further loss or damage:
or until the insurer has had a reasonable time to make the examination provided
for in statutory condition 7.
Proof of Loss (b) deliver to the insurer within ninety days of the
date of the loss or damage a statutory declaration stating,
so far as the insured knows or believes, the place, time, cause and amount of the
loss or damage, the interest of the insured and of all others therein, the encumbrances thereon, all other insurance, whether valid or not, covering the
automobile, and that the loss or damage did not occur through any wilful act or
neglect, procurement, means or connivance of the insured,
EXAMINATION OF (2) The insured shall submit to examination under oath,
INSURED and shall produce for examination, at such reasonable
place as is designated by the insurer or its representative
all documents in his possession or control which.relate to the matters in question,
and shall permit extracts and copies thereof to be made.
INSURER LIABLE
FOR CASH VALUE
OF AUTOMOBILE
(3) The insurer shall not be liable beyond the actual
cash value of the automobile at the time any loss or
damage occurs,and the loss or damage shall be ascertained
or estimated according to such actual cash value with
proper deduction for depreciation, however caused, and shall in no event exceed
what it would cost to repair or replace the automobile or any part thereof with
material of like kind and quality; provided that in the event of any part of the
automobile being obsolete and out of stock, the liability of the insurer in respect
thereof shall be limited to the value of such part at the time of loss or damage not
exceeding the maker's last list price.
IN CASE OF
DISAGREEMENT
(4) In the event of disagreement as to the nature and
extent of the repairs and replacements required, or as to
their adequacy, if affected, or as to the amount payable in
respect of any loss or damage, such questions shall be determined by appraisers
before recovery can be had hereunder, whether the right to recover on the policy is
disputed or not, and independently of all other questions.
APPRAISAL (5) The insured and the insurer shall each select one
appraiser, and the two so chosen shall then select a
disinterested umpire. Thereafter the two appraisers together shall estimate or
appraise the loss or damage, stating separately sound value and damage, or
determine the adequacy of such repairs or replacements, and, failing to agree,
shall submit their differences to the umpire.
APPOINTMENT (6) In case either party fails to name an appraiser within
OF APPRAISERS seven clear days after being served with written notice
so to do, or in case the appraisers fail to agree upon an
umpire within fifteen days after their appointment, or in case an appraiser or
umpire refuses to act or is incapable of acting, or dies, a Judge of a Superior, County
or District Court having jurisdiction in the county or district in which the
appraisal is to be made may appoint such appraiser or umpire on the application
of the insured or of the insurer.
AWARD (7) An award in writing of the two appraisers, or of one
appraiser and the umpire, shall determine the nature and
extent or adequacy of the repairs and replacements made or required, or the amount
of such loss or damage.
COSTS OF
APPRAISAL
WAIVER
(8) Each party shall pay the appraiser selected by him,
and shall bear equally the other expenses of the appraisal
and of the umpire.
6.    Neither the insurer nor the insured shall be deemed to
have waived any term or condition of this policy by any
act relating to the appraisal or to the delivery and completion of proofs of loss,
or to the investigation or adjustment of the claim.
INSPECTION OF
AUTOMOBILE
7.   The insurer shall be permitted at all reasonable times
to inspect the automobile and its equipment.
OTHER INSURANCE 8. (1) If the insured named "in the policy has or places
OF THE SAME any additional or other valid insurance of his interest in
INTEREST the subject matter of the contract or any part thereof,
the insurer shall be liable only for its rateable proportion
of any loss or damage.
(2) Where by any other valid insurance indemnity is provided for a claim under
this policy against a person not named herein but insured hereby, the insurer shall
only be liable under this policy, in respect of any such claim, to the extent of any
deficiency in the amount of such other insurance of such claim, not exceeding in any
event the limits of liability of the insurer under this policy.
TIME AND 9.    (1) An insurer shall pay the insurance money for
MANNER OF which it is liable under a contract within sixty days after
PAYMENT OF the proof of loss has been received by it, or, wherean
INSURANCE MONEY appraisal is had under statutory condition 5, within
fifteen days after the award is rendered by the appraisers.
WHEN ACTION (2) The insured may not bring an action to recover the
MAY BE BROUGHT amount of a claim under the policy unless the requirements of statutory conditions 4 and 5 are complied with
nor until the amount of the loss has been ascertained as therein provided, or by a
judgment against the insured after trial of the issue, or by agreement between the
parties with the written consent of the insurer.
LIMITATION OF (3) Every action or proceeding against an insurer under a
ACTIONS contract in respect of loss or damage to the automobile
shall be commenced within one year next after the
happening of the loss and not afterwards, and in respect of loss or damage to persons
or property shall be commenced within one year next after the cause of action arose,
and not afterwards.
WHO MAY GIVE 10.    Notice of claim may be given and proofs of claim
NOTICE AND may be made by the agent of the insured named in the
PROOFS OF CLAIM     policy in case of absence or inability of such insured to
give the notice or make the proof,   such   absence   or
inability being satisfactorily accounted for, or in the like case, or if such insured
refuses to do so, by a person to whom any part of the insurance money is payable.
CANCELLATION 11.    (1) The policy may be cancelled at any time at the
request of the insured named therein, and the insurer shall
upon surrender of the policy, refund the excess of paid premium above the
customary short rate premium for the time the policy has been in force.
(2) This policy may be cancelled at any time by the insurer giving to the insured
named in the policy fifteen days' notice in writing of cancellation by registered post,
whether registered within or without Canada, or five days' notice of cancellation
personally delivered, and refunding the excess of paid premium beyond the pro rata
premium for the expired time. Repayment of excess premiums may be made by
money, post office order, postal note or cheque. Such repayment shall accompany
the notice, and in such case the fifteen days above mentioned shall commence to
run from the day following the receipt of the registered letter at the post office to
which it is addressed.
NOTICE 12.    Any written notice to the insurer may be delivered
at or sent by registered post to the chief agency or head
office of the insurer in this Province. Written notice may be given to the insured
named in the policy by letter personally delivered to him or by registered letter
addressed to him at his last post office address notified to the insurer, or, where no
address is notified and the address is not known, addressed to him at the post office
of the agency, if any, from which the application was received. In this condition
the expression "registered" shall mean registered within or without Canada.
In Witness Whereof, I, one of the Directors of the said Company, have hereunto set my hand this—1&± day
of J????. in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and ThiT-ty-ThTBA*	
Countersigned at  -Va^COUV^r,--b-.  -G-.-
this l&jt  dajL^f JIMEL^.  1933_
Canadian  Financiers •^ncouverTTmlted
President and Manager*
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Ll)^Jm?lJLl&3ai	
INSLiRANCF MA
Tf Standard Automobile Policy
(OWNER'S FORM)
policy no. A   102977
Name CHQV gQK,   sfa*	
Premium. $..ACL.Q.Q	
Expires.. June.. IS tj... 1934- .at 12.01 a.m.
Standard Time.
THE
LIKRPOOL-MWDBA
ASSURANCE COMPANY
Head Office
MONTREAL
DIRECTORS:
LEWIS  LAING.   PRESIDENT and MANAGER
F. C.  BROWNING.  ESQ. LIEUT.-COL. HERBERT MOLSON
J. THEO. LECLERC. ESQ. J. D. SIMPSON.  ESQ.
WM. MOLSON MACPHERSON. ESQ. HON. L. A. TASCHEREAU.
F. E. MEREDITH. ESQ.. K.C F. J. WILLIAMS. ESQ.
SIR FREDERICK WILLIAMS-TAYLOR
P. M.  MAY.   MANAGER AUTOM08ILE DEPT.
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Please Read Your Policy Carefully
A. STANDARD AUTOMOBILE
POLICY  (owners form)
Head Office for Canada:
500   PLACE   D'ARMES   -   MONTREAL
UITY GUARANTEED
IRP00L&.L0ND0N
gg&HCE COMPANY
ASSU RANG E COM PAN Y
AGENCY
Vancouver,
(HEREINAFTER CALLED THE INSURER)
J3. C.
POLICY NUMBER
A   102977
Replacing Policy No 1X620.8	
sz? JjCCtflfil an aPP"cat'on 'n writing has been made by the Applicant therein mentioned (and hereinafter called the Insured) to the
Insurer for a contract of insurance in respect of the automobile(s) (hereinafter called the automobile) described in the said application and the
said application forms part of this contract of insurance and is as follows:—
APPLICATION                            f /A       ^~>7
Item 1.- Full name of the Applicant ...WMr^j£r35SXi LuCf. ,f^^f.. Age.	
Add^s^tand No---^  Town Y.a-nco.uee.r.»...^.. ProvJB..***...
Racial Extraction ChlleGS-d Occupation or Business Vegetable...Dealex*	
~    — — (If manieffwpraan eree husband's business or occupation).
Employed by »eA?> ..Business Address **P....*?.?7?.*	
The Automobile is and will be chiefly used and usually kept in the above Town and Province unless otherwise specified herein.
Item 2.-  Particulars of the Automobile to be insured:—
„ .. „      I   No. of
Model Year Cylinders
1920
Trade Name
ffQRD
Type of Body       j Ton^ge I
Serial No.
Truck      !    1   !C70?31?      C167889
Motor No-
Model Letter
or Number
Wheelbase
inches.
urchased by Applicant
Month
Year
New or
Used
Cash Purchase Price
to Applicant in*
eluding equipment
List Price
Is Automobile
fully paid for ?
State amount of
mortgage, lien or
encumbrance
State name and address of Lienholder or Mortgagee to whom,
jointly with the Applicant, loss, if any, under section B of the
Insuring Agreements is payable as their interests may appear.
July 1926 Usaa      ~
Item 3.-(a) State the purposes for which the Automobile is and will be chiefly used:
(b) Will the Automobile be rented or leased; or used for demonstrating or testing;
or as a taxicab, public omnibus, livery, jitney or sight-seeing conveyance; or for
carrying passengers for compensation or hire ?   	
(c) Is or will the Automobile be licensed as a Public or Commercial Vehicle ?
If so state class of license or certificate _ .._ -....
(d) Will the Automobile be operated by any person suffering from the loss of an
 eye, hand, foot or limb, or who is otherwise bodily deformed or maimed ?
item4.-(a) Has any license, permit, registration certificate or other like authority, issued
to the owner or a member of his family and household under any law or statute
of any province, state or country relating to automobiles, to the knowledge
of the applicant, been, or continued to be, suspended or cancelled within
the three years preceding the application ?    If so, state particulars ;...
(b) Has any Insurer cancelled, declined or refused to renew or issue automobile
 insurance to the Applicant?    If so, state name of Insurer	
(a)..
(b)..
(c)..
(d)..
JU.anraer.aial..
 no.	
...y.e.s..
no
(a)..
(b)..
..no..
no
Item 5.- Particulars of (a) any accident in which any automobile
owned or operated by the Applicant has been involved within
the three years preceding this application and (b) any claim
made within such period against or by the Applicant arising
out of the use or operation of an automobile.
Answer
Each
Item
Separately
Injury to Persons TIQ..
no
^
Damage to Property of Others-
Collision Damage to Automobile .W.Q	
Loss by Fire 1X0.	
Loss by Theft £Q..
Item 6.- This application is made for insurance against one or more of the perils mentioned in this Item, but for insurance under that subsection or
those subsections for which a premium is specified in this Item and no other and upon the terms and conditions  of the  Insurer's
 corresponding standard policy form and for the following specified limits and amounts. ___^_^_^_
Insuring Agreements
Section
A
Third Party
Liability
B
Loss of or
Damage to
Insured
Automobile
Sub.
PERILS
Legal Liability for Bodily Injury or Death   .
LIMITS AND AMOUNTS
$      y | vUU # (exclusive   of   interest   and  costs)  for
bodily injury to or the death of any one person, and, subject to
such limit for any one person so injured or killed,
S LUfcVvU* (exclusive   of   interest  and  costs)  for
bodily injury to or death of two or more persons in any one accident.
Legal Liability for Damage to Property of Others
Collision
Sum payable by Insured
in respect of each
separate claim    $
$     X > V/U V • (exclusive of interest and costs) any one
accident.
Actual Cash Value at time of Loss or Damage.
Fire and Transportation
Theft
Sum payable by Insured
in respect of each
separate Claim   $
Actual Cash Value at time of Loss or Damage
not exceeding
Rate
%
Actual Cash Value at time of Loss or Damage
not exceeding
Rate
ENDORSEMENTS:
~3L
 —
TOTAL PREMIUM
Item 7,-The Policy Period shall be from JtlNiiL 1st 1933t0     JU.NB    1st
PREMIUM
$   20.00
$   20*00
$Hot   insured
*Not   insured
$Hot  insured
40.00
?34-'?
01 a.m. Standard Time as to each of said dates.
Item 8.—Where an applicant for a contract falsely describes the automobile to be insured, to the prejudice of the Insurer, or knowingly
misrepresents or fails to disclose in the application any fact required to be stated therein or where the insured violates any term or condition
of the policy or commits any fraud, or makes any wilfully false statement with respect to a claim under the policy, any claim by the Insured
shall be rendered invalid and the right of the Insured to recover indemnity shall be forfeited.
Item 9.—Every person insured agrees to pay or reimburse the Insurer, upon demand, any amount which the Insurer shall have paid by reason of the provisions of any statute
relating to automobile insurance and which the Insurer would not otherwise be liable to pay under the policy issued upon this application.
Item lO.-Every person insured agrees that the Insurer upon making any payment or assuming liability therefor under or by reason of this policy shall be subrogated to the
extent of such payment to all rights of recovery against any person or persons other than the person insured and every person insured authorizes the insurer to use hU
name in any and all actions or proceedings to enforce such rights and agrees to execute all documents (if any) properly required by the insurer to secure to it such rights.
Item II.—I declare that I am the registered owner of the Automobile described herein, and that the statements above made are in every respect true and correct, and I hereby
apply for a contract of insurance to be based on the truth of the said statements.
r.rtm vnYn
■ISGD.! 	
Signature of Applicant. INSURING AGREEMENTS
j$OfcO, Cljtt£fOrC, ttt COUSibeVattOtt Of the payment of the premium specified and of the statements contained is
the application and subject to the limits, terms and conditions herein stated and subject always to the condition that the Insurer shall be liable
under that subsection or those subsections of the following insuring agreements A. B for which a premium is specified in Item 6 of the application
•tnd no other,
tEhi* Agreement ^.tneasenj,—
SECTION   A
THIRD PARTY LIABILITY
The Insurer agrees to indemnify the Insured, his executors or administrators, and, in the same manner and to the same extent as if named herein
as the Insured, every other person who, with the Insured's consent, uses or is responsible for the use of the automobile, against the liability
imposed by law upon the Insured or upon any such other person for loss or damage arising from the ownership, use or operation of the automobile
within Canada, Newfoundland or the United States of America, or upon a vessel plying between ports within those countries and resulting from:
Subsection l.^ri Bodily Injury To or Death of Any Person;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be liable under this subsection:—
(a) For any liability imposed by any Workmen's Compensation Law upon any person insured by this policy; or
(b) For loss or damage resulting from bodily injury to or the death of any person insured by this policy or the children, wife or husband
of any such person; or •
(c) To any person, not the owner of the automobile, engaged in the business of" an automobile parage, repair shop or service station
or as an automobile dealer, for loss or damage sustained while engaged in the operation or repair of the automobile; or
(d) For any loss or damage resulting from bodily injury to or the death of any person being carried in or upon or entering or getting on
to or alighting from the automobile; or
(e> For loss or damage resulting from bodily injury to or the death of any employee of any person insured by this policy while engaged
in the operation or repair of the automobile; or
(f) For any amount in excess of the limits stated in subsection 1 of section A of Item 6 of the application, and expenditures provided
for in the additional agreements of this section;
Subsection 2. Damage to Property;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be liable under this subsection:—
(a) For loss of or damage to property carried in or upon the automobile; or
(b) To any person, not the owner of the automobile, engaged in the business of an automobile garage, repair shop or service station or as
an automobile dealer, for loss or damage sustained while engaged in the operation or repair of the automobile; or
(c) For any amount in excess of the limits stated in subsection 2 of section A of Item 6 of the application, and expenditures provided
for in the additional agreements of this section.
Additional Agreements.
IT here indemnity is provided by subsections 1 or 2 of this section the Insurer further agrees:—
(a) Upon receipt of notice of loss or damage caused to persons or property, to serve any person insured by this policy by such investigation
thereof, or by such negotiations with the claimant, or by such settlement of any resulting claims, as may be deemed expedient by the Insurer;
and
(b) To defend in the name and on behalf of any person insured by this policy and at the cost of the Insurer any civil action which may at any
time be brought against such person on account of such loss or damage to persons or property; and
(c) To pay all costs taxed against any person insured by this policy in any civil action defended by the Insurer and any interest accruing after
entry of judgment upon that part of the judgment which is within the limits of the Insurer's liability; and
(d) In case the injury be to a person, to reimburse any person insured by this -policy for outlay for such medical aid as may be immediately
necessary at the time.
Liability of Insured to Reimburse Insurer.
It is a condition of the insurance granted under this Section, and it is hereby agreed that every person insured by this policy shall pay or
reimburse the Insurer, upon demand, any amount which the Insurer has oaid by reason of the provisions of any statute relating to automobile
insurance and which the Insurer would not otherwise be liable to pay under this policy.
SECTION   B
LOSS OF OR DAMAGE TO INSURED AUTOMOBILE
The f&sjrrer agrees to indemnify the Insured against direct loss of or damage to the automobile, including its equipment, occurring in Canada,
Newfoundland or the United States of America, or upon a vessel plying between ports within those countries, caused solely by: ,
Subsection 1. Accidental Collision with Another Object, Either Moving or Stationary,'
or by Upset;
Each collision or upset covered hereby shall give rise to a separate claim in respect of which the Insurer's liability shall be limited to the amount
of loss or damage in excess of the sum, if any, payable by the Insured stated in subsection 1 of section B of Item 6 of the application;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be liable under this subsection:—
(a) For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs; or
(b^ For loss or damage (1) from fire, however caused; (2) occurring after theft of the automobile and before recovery of the automobile
by the Insured; (3) to any tire unless caused in an accidental collision which also causes other loss or damage to the automobile; (4) to
rugs, robes, radios, baggage, nersonal belongings and extra bodies; (5) to equipment of the automobile unless such equipment is in
or on the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs;
5ubeection 2. Fire or Lightning
or the Stranding, Sinking, Collision, Burning or Derailment of Any Conveyance on
Land or Water, in or upon which the Automobile is being Transported, Including
General Average and  Salvage Charges, for Which the Insured is Legally Liable;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be liable under this subsection:—
(a) For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs; or for any amount is
excess of the specific amount, if any, stated in subsection 2 of section B of Item 6 of the application; or
(b) For loss or damage to rugs, robes, radios, baggage, personal belongings and extra bodies; or
(c) For loss or damage occurring after theft of the automobile and before recovery of the automobile by the Insured;
Subsection 3. Theft;
Each theft covered hereby shall give rise to a separate claim, and, except where the automobile is stolen, the Insurer's liability in respect of each
claim shall be limited to the amount of loss or damage in excess of the sum, if any, payable by the Insured, stated in subsection 3 of section B
of Item 6 of the application;
Provided always that the Insurer shall not be'liable under this subsection:—
(a) For any amount in excess of the actual cash value of the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs; or for any amount in
excess of the specific amount, if any, stated in subsection 3 of section B of Item 6 of the application;  or
(b) For loss or damage caused by (1) theft by any person or persons in the Insured's household or by any employee of the Insured engaged
in the operation, maintenance or repair of the automobile, whether the theft occurred during the hours of such service or employment
or not; or (2) the conversion, embezzlement, theft or secretion by a mortgagor, vendee or lessee or other person in lawful possession
of the automobile under a mortgage, conditional sale, lease or other contract or agreement, whether written or oral; or (3) the
voluntary parting with title or possession, whether or not induced so to do by any fraudulent scheme, trick, device or false pretense;
or (4) theft of tools and repair equipment other than in the case of theft of the entire automobile; or (5) theft of rugs, robes,
radios, baggage, personal belongings and extra bodies; or (6) theft of equipment of the automobile unless such equipment is in or
on the automobile at the time the loss or damage occurs.
STATUTORY CONDITIONS
Unless the context otherwise requires, wherever the word " Insured" is used in these statutory conditions, it shall mean a person insured by the
policy whether named or not, but elsewhere in the policy the word "Insured" means the insured person named therein.
MATERIAL CHANGE 1.    <a)Thc insured named in the policy shall promptly
IN RISK notify the insurer, or its local agent, in writing, of any
change in the risk material to the contract and within
his knowledge.
(b) Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, the words "change in
the risk material to the contract" shall include:—
Sale (i)   any change in the insurable interest of the insured
named in the policy in the automobile by sale,
assignment or otherwise, except through change of title by succession, death
or proceedings under The Bankruptcy Act;
Mortgage or and in  cases  other than  motor Vehicle  liability
Lien policies:
(ii)  any mortgage, lien or encumbrance affecting the
automobile after the application for the policy;
Other Insurance     (iii) any other insurance of the same interest, whether
valid or not, covering loss or damage insured by the
policy or any portion thereof.
PROHIBITED
USE
Intoxication
TWIJ A
2. The automobile shall not, with the knowledge,
consent or connivance of the insured named in the policy
be used or driven:—
(a) by any person under the influence of drink or
drugs so as to be incapable of proper control of the
automobile; or
material of like kind and quality; provided that in the event of any part of the
automobile being obsolete and out of stock, the liability of the insurer in respect
thereof shall be limited to the value of such part at the time of loss or damage not
exceeding the maker's last list price.
IN CASE OF (4) In the event of disagreement as to the nature and
DISAGREEMENT extent of the repairs and replacements required, or as to
their adequacy, if affected, or as to the amount payable in
respect of any loss or damage, such questions shall be determined by appraisers
before recovery can be had hereunder, whether the right to recover on the policy is
disputed or not, and independently of all other questions.
APPRAISAL (5) The insured and the insurer shall each select one
appraiser, and the two so chosen shall then select a
disinterested umpire. Thereafter the two appraisers together shall estimate or
appraise the loss or damage, stating separately sound value and damage, or
determine the adequacy of such repairs or replacements, and, failing to agree,
•shall submit their differences to the umpire.
APPOINTMENT
OF APPRAISERS
(6) In case either party fails to name an appraiser within
seven clear days after being served with written notice
so to do, or in case the appraisers fail to agree upon an
umpire within fifteen days after their appointment, or in case an appraiser or
umpire refuses to act or is incapable of acting, or dies, a Judge of a Su perior. County
or District Court having jurisdiction in the county or district in which the
appraisal is to be made may appoint such appraiser or umpire on the application
of the insured or of the insurer.
AWARD (7) An award in writing ofthe two appraisers, or of one Telepehone
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REPORT OF MOTOR-VEHICLE ACCIDENT
Accident Report
No.
Time and place
of accident.
Date-J.ttjae--^-?- 19-.-~.  Time...vfc,,.pij.m.  City or town.K&aO*-  on f^X&%.j.^M~
At or between _ i \. St. and _	
Or (in the country)	
..St.
..St.
..miles of..
(N-ortb, east, south, west.)
(Nearest cross-road, or other landmark.)
Motor-vehicle
" A,"
your
motor-vehicle.
licence No-
Owned by...
Driven by...
 .*. j.    Type :....	
(Private, Stage, Taxi, Bus, Delivery, "Drive Yourself," or Truck.)
 t^..-._—-J  a-w* » -■V-XJ-C	
(Street address.) (City or town.)
 r\	
(Street address.)                                 I                            (City or town.)
   Chauffeur's Licence No 1   Age .•_._'.    Sex...
(Name.)
(Name.)
tvJ^-C
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Driver's Licence No a 	
Driving experience i*.^....if.fi.fti..0. years.   Estimated amount of damage to car, $.
Number of passengers in motor-vehicle at time of accident...."*???.*.	
Type of
accident.
Accident involved (underline which):  Another motor-vehicle;   Motor-cycle;   Pedestrian;   Street-car;   Train;  Horse-drawn
Motor-vehicle
" B,"
other
motor-vehicle.
vehicle;   Scooter;  Bicycle;  Animal;   Sled;   Overturned;  Non-collision;  Fixed object (describe).
Licence No-
Owned by_..
Driven by...
,.,v....;,,.„   Type ~&%M „
(Private, Stage, Taxi, Bus, Delivery, "Drive Yourself," or Truck.)
 * -«	
(Street address.) (City or town.)
(Name.)
	
(Name.)
Driver's Licence No   Chauffeur's Licence No,
 ■» f -~4.-4-U«	
(Street address.)
Age..
(City or town.)
   Sex-
Driving experience years.   Estimated amount of damage to car, $ 4 i.*-Q-
Number of passengers in motor-vehicle at time of accident y.	
Names and Addresses of Killed and Injured.
(Name.)
(Address.)
46
Age. I     Sex.
Passenger or   j Injured or
Pedestrian. Killed.
Nature of Injuries.
Jvi 1*
(Name.)
(Address.)
(Name.)
(Address.)
CHECK WITH X EACH ITEM DESCRIBING THIS ACCIDENT.
What was driver doing?
Veh.
"A."
Veh.
"B.
1. Reckless driving 	
2. Exceeding speed-limit 	
3. On wrong side of road	
4. Did not have right of way.
5. Cutting in 	
6. Passing standing street-car
7. Passing on curve or hill	
8. Passing on wrong side	
9. Failed to signal	
10. Cutting left corner 	
11. Car ran away 	
12. Through street—failed to stop
13. Drove oft" roadway 	
14. Drove through safety-zone..
15. Car standing in roadway—
16. Hit and run  .....
17. Passing at intersection 	
18. Following too close	
19. Kail road—failed to stop	
Condition of Vehicle.
1. Brakes defective	
2. Steering mechanism defective
3. Other defects	
4. Glaring head-lights	
5. Head-lights out (1 light)-.
Head-lights out (both)	
Head-lights dim	
Tail-light out or obscured.
No chains (wet, slippery road)
10. Puncture or blowout	
11. Apparently good 	
6.
7.
8.
9.
What was Pedestrian doing?
1. Getting on or oft a street
car   	
2. Getting   on   or   off   other
vehicle  	
3. Crossing   at    intersection
with  signal	
4. Same—against signal 	
5. Same—no signal 	
6. Standing on  safety-Isle	
7. In street, not at intersec
tion 	
8. Working on  car or road
way 	
9. Biding   or    hitching   on
vehicle  	
10. Not on roadway 	
11. Not known 	
12. Playing in street 	
13. Crossing street diagonally..
14. Coming     from     behind
parked or moving car....
15. Walking on or along high
way 	
Condition of Pedestrian.
1. Was intoxicated	
2. Had physical defect	
3. Was confused by traffic.
4. View obstructed	
5. Careless	
6	
X
Condition of Driver.
1. Asleep   	
2. Had physical defect..
3. Was Intoxicated 	
4. View obstructed	
5. Confused  	
Direction of Travel.
Veh.
"A."
Veh
"B:'
1. Going straight 	
2. Turning right 	
3. Turning left 	
4. Backing 	
5. Parked or standing still
6. Slowing down  on  stop
ping  	
7. Skidding   	
Road Surface
1. Dry surface	
2. Wet  surface	
3. Muddy surface	
4. Snowy surface	
5. Icy surface	
6. Loose sand or gravel-
Road Conditions.
1. Defect In roadway—
2. Road under repair....
3. Obstruction in road..
4 -	
5	
Type of Road.
1. Concrete 	
2. Asphalt	
3. Gravel   	
4. Earth  	
5. Brick or cobble-
Weather Conditions.
1. Clear 	
2. Cloudy  	
3. Fog or mist	
4. Rain  .'.	
5. Snow	
6. Smoke or dust-
Light Conditions.
1. Daylight	
2. Dusk 	
3. Artificial light—good .
4. Artificial   light—poor .
5. Darkness   	
Railroad Crossing.
1. Gates not down	
2. Guarded crossing, man on
duty  	
3. Automatic signal	
4. Unguarded crossing.	
5. Driver  disregarded  signal.
6. Signal not given	
7	
8	
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Date report received.
.., 193..
(Signature)	
(Date).
.., 193.
M.V. 104—10M-531-52S1 IMPORTANT.—Select below the sketch that resembles most closely the section of road or street where the
accident occurred. Indicate with lines or arrows the path of vehicles or persons. Also the direction and distance
to the nearest town, cross-road, or other landmark.
Make brief statement of particulars of accident _...... i.^L.^-^^....^.. ^XBt   *-T0r;U«T BH&   On
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(Signature).
Names and addresses of passengers In car or cars Inv olved, also names and addresses of any other witnesses.
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(Name.)
(Street address.)
(City or town.)
3	
(Name.)
(Street address.)
(City or town.)
4	
(Name.)
(Street address.)
(City or town.)
5	
(Name.)
(Street address.)
(City or town.)
6	
(Name.)
(Street address.)
(City or town.)
(Name.)
(Street address.)
(City or town.)
Age..
Age-
Age..
Age..
Age..
Age..
State if investigation of accident made, and, If so, what action taken
(Signature).
(Rank.)
.., B.C. Police. CHINA  1369
DOUGLAS  1220
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CALIFORNIA SHRIMP CO.
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