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On 9th December 1930 the Hon. George James Dethridge, Chief Judge of the Commonwealth Court of Arbitration; Clive McPherson and Willam Edward Brock Macleod were appointed to be a Royal Commission to inquire into complaints made allegiing that the Government of Victoria had failed to julfil its obligation towards certain British migrants. The terms of the investigation were amended by Letters Patent dated 23rd October 1931.
George James Dethridge was appointed as Chairman of the Commission.
The Commission report was dated 21st March 1933. It was presented to both Houses of Parliament.