A list of numbers and occupations of Chinese from communities all over British Columbia including Nanimo, Quesnelle, Cariboo, Lilloort, Lytton, Yale, Dog Creek, Clinton, Cache Creek, Kamloops, Boston Bar, Hope etc. Occupations listed include store employees, farmers, labourers, miners, butchers, barbers, wahsermen, doctors, and prostitutes. Also includes statistics about overall commercial conditions of Chinese merchants in British Columbia like the amount of business done, amounts of trade, the amount paid annually for rents to white people, what kind of merchandise is imported from China, Japan, and the United States by Chinese Merchants etc. A report to government officials on the "Chinese Question" denying the immorality of Chinese people in British Columbia is also included. 23 August 1884 (光绪十年七月初三）
- In Collection:
- 14 pages
- 53.99983, -125.0032
- Chinese Canadian Collection
- Donor: Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (Victoria, B.C.)
- Acc. No.: 1977-084, 1.6, 1.6.03
- Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association fonds
- Finding aid for archival fonds: https://uvic2.coppul.archivematica.org/chinese-consolidated-benevolent-association-fonds
- January 17, 2008
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