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Certificates were issued to each immigrant upon entry to Canada. From Date. The Port of New Westminster Register of Chinese Immigration RG 76 D2bi, volumemicrofilm C contains names of Chinese immigrants who registered and paid the head tax at the port of New Westminster, British Columbia, in the years to, and This is the only port register known to have survived.
To. However, the certificate and amount paid were recorded in the General Registers of Chinese Immigration,described in the section below this one.
Arrived November 5, at Vancouver. Seid Yew Seid Dong.
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RG 76, Volumethere is a note indicating that C. Dickman but there is no record of this certificate in the file. Chong Tung Chong Jun Den. Arrived November 11, at Victoria. To Date. Arrived on March 8, at Victoria on the S. Arrived August 1, on the S. Lee Sha Yue Wing Too. Crew member of the "S. These could also replace lost entry documents. The Government of Canada imposed many restrictions and regulations on immigrants from China, including a head tax.
These registers list all immigrants of Chinese origin arriving in Canada between and Some entries for residents arriving in Canada date back to The names in the registers are arranged numerically by serialin approximate chronological order by the date the notice of the immigrant's arrival was submitted to Ottawa. The certificates were retained by the immigrant, not by the Government of Canada. The registers have been indexed and digitized in the Immigrants from China, database.
Mikan The first Chinese in Canada were artisans and traders who arrived in in the Nootka Sound area of British Columbia. Kingston" photograph attached.
The C. Chinese Content. Arrived April 9, at Victoria. This tax was mandatory for all Chinese citizens entering Canada except for a small of groups that were exempted from this tax, which included: diplomats, tourists, merchants, "men of science", and students.
Crew member of the S. Noronic, registered in Toronto, Ontario, aged 51, C. From. This register has been indexed and digitized in the Immigrants from China, database. Arrived May 11, at Vancouver. A few of these certificates are digitized.
Inthe collectors of customs were deated as Controllers of Chinese Immigration with responsibilities to register Chinese immigrants, collect the head tax and issue identification certificates. Arrived January 22, at Victoria on S. Tyndareus, from Tim Sum, Sin Woy, 35 years. Chong Lee Quon Dock Fon. Arrived January 12, at Victoria.
RG 76, Vol. RG 76, VolumeC. Arrived August 18, at Vancouver. The names are arranged in numerical sequence by declaration. Once an immigrant's name has been located in the registers, the details listed can assist you in researching other records in our custody.
Portrait of two Chinese men, circa Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Arrived October 7, at Victoria. The Chinese citizens who had already entered Canada before this date were ordered to register with the government under this legislation. See Mikan For the ones not digitized, see Access the Records.
Thousands of young men from China arrived in the s to work on the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
This tax was abolished inand replaced with the Chinese Exclusion Actwhich essentially closed the doors to the Chinese by restricting their admission to Canada. Arrived October 21, at Vancouver. Arrived November 1, on S. Cyclops at Victoria, 28 years old, from Bakshing, Sin Ning.
The government of Canada repealed the Chinese Immigration Act in and allowed Chinese immigrants to enter Canada without the payment of a head tax. Names in this register should also be found in the Chinese General Registers of Immigration created by headquarters in Ottawa.
Arrived April 21, on S. Shinano Maru at Victoria B. Long Yee Long Wing Chong. Library and Archives Canada holds only a small sample collection of the certificates. The first list includes the names of Chinese persons entering Newfoundland as immigrants under the Newfoundland Chinese Immigration Act ofwho were issued identifying NF 63 certificate Nos. The second list gives the names of persons leaving Newfoundland temporarily or permanently under Newfoundland C. Both lists are typed.