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REPORT ON ACTS OF 1914. British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1914

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 4 Geo. 5 Report on Acts of 1914. Q 47
REPORT
Of the Minister of Justice upon the Statutes of the Legislative Assembly  of the
Province of British Columbia passed during the Session of 1914.
By command.
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Office,
SOth October, 1914.
Certified Copy of a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved  by His
Royal Highness the Governor-General on the 10th October, 1914.
The Committee of the Privy Council have had under consideration a report, dated 1st
October, 1914, from the Minister of Justice with regard to the Statutes of the Legislature of
British Columbia passed in the fourth year of His Majesty's reign (1914), and received by
the Secretary of State of Canada on the 17th March last.
The Minister states that he is of the opinion that these Statutes may be left to such
operation as they may have.
The Committee, on the recommendation of the Minister of Justice, advise that a copy of
this minute, if approved, together with a copy of the report herewith, be transmitted to the
Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia for the information of his Government.
All of which is respectfully submitted for approval.
RODOLPHE   BOUDREAU,
Clerk of the Privy Council.
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor
of British Columbia.
Department of Justice, Canada,
Ottawa,  1st October, 1914.
To His Royal Highness the Governor-General in Council:
The undersigned has had under consideration the Statutes of the Province of British
Columbia passed in the fourth year of His Majesty's reign (1914), and received by the
Secretary of State of Canada on 17th March last, and he is of the opinion that these Statutes
may be left to such operation as they may have.
Chapter 12, intituled "An Act to amend the 'Companies Act,'" and Chapter 13, intituled
"An Act relating to Trust Companies," contain provisions which in the opinion of the undersigned are ultra vires of the Legislature, but in view of the fact that litigation involving
questions upon which the validity of these enactments will depend is now before the Courts,
the undersigned considers it inadvisable to recommend disallowance or submit any further
comment.
The undersigned recommends that a copy of this report, if approved, be transmitted to
the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, for the information of his Government.
Humbly submitted.
(Signed.) Chas. J. Doherty,
Minister of Justice.
victoria, B.C. :
Printed by William H. Ctjllin, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty.
1914.

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