Appointment of Angus McKay as Justice of the Peace for the North-West Territories 1892:
Document with crest at top of unicorn, lion and crown reading "Honi Soit Oui Mal Y Pense Dieu Et Mon Droit" - document reads "Canada North-West Territories. By His Honor Joseph Royal Lieutenant-Governor of the North-West Territories, To Angus McKay, Esquire of Fort a la Corne, Saskatchewan North-West Territories - Greeting: Know you that having confidence in your loyalty, integrity and ability, under and by virtue of the powers in that behalf vested in me, I have appointed, and by these presents do appoint you, the said Angus McKay a Justice of the Peace in and for the North-West Territories, with all and every the powers, authority, privileges and advantages to the Office of Justice of the Peace of right and by law appertaining. Given under my hand and the Seal of the North-West Territories, at Government House, Regina, in the North-West Territories, this first day of July in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety-two - J. Royal Lieutenant-Governor" with red seal at left reading "The Seal of the North-West Territories"
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Angus McKay - Folder 2 - Box 2
Univesity Library, University of Saskatchewan
1 physical item; 26.5 x 43.5 cm
Division 5 - North Central
RM of Kinistino No. 459
Fort a la Corne
On back: "No. 119 Appointment of Angus McKay as a Justice of the Peace in and for the North-West Territories Recorded this first day of July 1892 Liber 1 Folio 1 R.B. Gordon Secretary"