Stone Collection: Volume 97 - Item 15
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15. W. L. MacKenzie King, Report of W. L. MacKenzie King, C.M.G. Commissioner Appointed to Enquire in the Methods by which Oriental Labourers Have Been Induced to Come to Canada (N.p., [1907?]). (55 p.)
Data, documents, and recommendations pertaining to the immigration of Japanese citizens to Canada, primarily British Columbia. The Commissioner recommends that the number of Japanese immigrants from Japan should be restricted and that the immigration of Japanese from Hawaii should be eliminated entirely.