No. 44
8th April 1871
My Lord,
I have the honor to forward to Your Lordship the usual copies of an Act passed by the Legislative Council entitled— An Act to exempt incertainManuscript image certain cases Cattle farmed on Shares and their increase from the operation of any Bankruptcy or Insolvency Laws.
2. The Attorney General's Report fully explains the object of this measure. In the circumstances of this Colony I regard theprovivisonsManuscript image provisions it contains as desirable, and I recommend the Act for Her Majesty's approval.
I have the honor to be,
My Lord,
Your most obedient
Humble Servant
A. Musgrave
Minutes by CO staff
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CC 10 May 71
Sir F Rogers
I see no reason why this Act should not be sanctioned. It has been passed without the slightest opposition, and is entirely a matter for the consideration & decision of the local Legislature.
HTH 12/5
Certainly. It seems to me impossible to read the report of the A.G. without seeing how entirely the case is one in which the settlers should be allowed to fight their own way thro' their own difficulties.
(In point of fact I should think the law was a good one.)
FR 13/5
Quite a matter for the settlers themselves. Sanction.
K May 15/71
Documents enclosed with the main document (not transcribed)
Three printed copies of act not on microfilm.
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George Phillippo, Attorney General, to Musgrave, 6 April 1871, reporting on the act as per despatch.
Other documents included in the file
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Draft reply, Kimberley to Musgrave, No. 45, 16 May 1871.
Musgrave, Anthony to Wodehouse, John 8 April 1871, CO 60:43, no. 4544, 424. The Colonial Despatches of Vancouver Island and British Columbia 1846-1871, Edition 2.2, ed. James Hendrickson and the Colonial Despatches project. Victoria, B.C.: University of Victoria. https://bcgenesis.uvic.ca/B71044.html.

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