1914-215 Rex vs. Gin Yuen alias John Young – procuring, Vancouver
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JICK GOM, called as a witness, being first sworn, testified as follows: (through interpreter)
Questions by Mr Grant:
33 Q Where do you live? A 612 Pender Street East, in the City of Vancouver.
4 Q Who do you live with? A I live with Hop Tou.
5 Q What do you mean ...
Mr. Read: No my friend cannot cross examine his own witness.
Court: Is that her father? A No he is simply a room mate with us.
Court: Do you work for Hop Tou? A No, the man is right there.
6 Q Who else lives in the house? A And one of my cousins.
7 Q male or female? A Male.
8 Q What is his name? A Gin Sing.
9 Q Who else lives in the house? A No, no one else.
40 Q Who cooks for Hop Tou?
Mr. Read: I don't know if this is material.
1 Q (to interpreter) Now just try to get the answers in full Mr Sung. Hop Tou and his wife live there , she and her father her cousin and who else? A My father , mother and and brothers and sisters.
2 Q Do you know the accused? A Yes I do
3 Q How long have you known him? A About five or six years.
4 Q He used to live at your house? A Yes, when we lived in the house at the rear of 426 Pender street east he lived with us.
5 Q Now did anything happen between you and the accused at
BC Archives GR-0419 Box 194 File 1914/211 / BRITISH COLUMBIA. ATTORNEY GENERAL. / Attorney General documents.