1912/24 Rex vs. Ah Tom – keeping a disorderly house
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RALPH MACDONALD, sworn saith :-
I was with the Chief and the Sergeant on the night of the 8th February. I went into 262 Main Street and saw Ah Tom, lying on a bunk there smoking opium. There was also a white man there lying asleep. The Chief took possession of various articles, produced, and the white man taken into custody.
CROSS-EXAMINED BY THE CHIEF:
Q Were there any other besides Ah Tom there. A There was a white man lying there asleep.
Committed for trial at the next Court of Competent Jurisdiction Taken before me this 18th day of February A. D. 1912.
(Sgd) J. T. Robinson, J. P.
BC Archives GR-0419 Box 155 File 1912/24 / BRITISH COLUMBIA. ATTORNEY GENERAL. / Attorney General documents.