[British Columbia? : s.n., 1903?]; 15 pages
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|Title||Chinese labour : has our parliament power to legislate? and, having passed laws can we enforce them?|
|Published||[British Columbia? : s.n., 1903?]|
Coal mines and mining--Law and legislation--British Columbia
Chinese Canadians--Employment--British Columbia
Chinese Canadians--Government policy--British Columbia
Charbon--Mines et extraction--Droit--Colombie-Britannique
Canadiens d'origine chinoise--Travail--Colombie-Britannique
Canadiens d'origine chinoise--Politique gouvernementale--Colombie-Britannique
|Document source||British Columbia Legislative Library, Victoria|
15 p. ; 22 cm.
Date from text.
"The laws of British Columbia forbid the employment of Chinese below ground in coal mines. Electors, the following report of the Proceedings in "Attorney-General v. Wellington Colliery Co.," [show] that the Conservative Party are [det]ermined to enforce the laws without [f]ear or favor, and that they are worthy of the confidence of the working man."
Reference: Edward & Lort, 1860.