"Fukukawa was a Japanese man who resided in Japan involved in the case Fukukawa et al v American Timber Holding Co, [1928] 3 DLR 44. A man listed only as ""Ikeda"" served as his sub-agent in Canada and was involved in the case on Fukukawa's behalf. Two ""Ikeda"" entries were found in the Vancouver directories: - Entry 1: first initial ""C,"" listed profession of barber, living at 360 Powell Street - Entry 2: a business listing for Ikeda & Co with the first initial of the manager listed as ""T."" Business was listed as a broker business (abbreviation of tmbr/lmbr brokers), located at Apartment 1204, 207 West Hastings Street. This is most likely the ""Ikeda"" who served as the sub-agent to Mr. Fukukawa. "


Regularized Name Fukukawa


Legal Cases (1)

Shared Surnames

NameSee also
Shozo Fukukawa


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