The Indian Act is created. Replacing the traditional governing system of Secwepemc with elected Band Councils; limit B.C. Aboriginal land base to 0.36 percent of B.C.’s total land mass and on to 1,613 reserves; eliminate economic development by prohibiting sale of Indian lands, agricultural goods, farm animals, or investing moneys earned by their communities; limiting the ability of Aboriginal to leave their reserve by requiring written permission from the Minister of Indian Affairs; and removing Aboriginal children from their families to attending distant Boarding Schools (later to be Residential).