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Government of India Legislative Department. Proceedings of the Council of the Governor General of India Assembled for the Purpose of Making Laws and Regulations under the Provisions of the Indian Councils Acts 1861 to 1869 (24 & 25 Vict. c. 67 55 & 56 Vict. c 14 and 9 Edw. VII c. 4).

1869

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These dephirable e.-rots cast a slur tin the fair name of India and the Indian people to whom :1 know they ale thoroughly repellent ; and I say to the people of India—n(4 merely as a Viceroy intensely jealous of the honour of the country that he has been called upon to govern but. as one of the many millions in India of the fellow-subjects el' cur KinEmperor and one who loves and the 'Ind [...] The universal condemnation thiroughout the wluAe of Inditt of the crimes of the 2:_hd Decembyr and the anxiety shown for the detect-HA of.the et:intim' have 44 however tilled me with hope for the future and have inspired me wit I_ coildellee in time det011111.11fAti(111 ()E the people of "India to stamp out from their midst the fungus y'rowt h. of terrorism and to _restor(" to t.h"eir beauti [...] Clark.] The Hon'ble Sir Robert Carlyle replied : The answer to the first paragraph of the Hon'ble Member's inquiry is that a scheme and preliminary estimate for the establishment of the head-ewaters of the Government of Bih.a1;and. [...] No restriction of the kind should be placed on such companies ; and on those registered in other countries it will be sufficient if then file with the registrar -ander the Indian Act a copy of the balancsheet required by the law of their country of origin provided that in the opinion of the Government of India the company law of such coutry is established on a satisfactory basis. [...] "One of the suggestions is that as the office of the Administrator General and that of the Official Trustee lire generally held by the same person it is desirable that the law which regulates and prescribes the function of these officers should he combined in a single Act.

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Frontmatter i-192 unknown

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Opening of the First Session of the Legislative Council in Delhi 192-195 unknown

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Questions and Answers 195-196 unknown

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Indian Companies Bill 196-203 unknown

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Indian Extradition Bill 203-205 unknown

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Official Trustees Bill 205-206 unknown

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White Phosphorus Matches Prohibition Bill 206-212 unknown

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Questions and Answers 213-218 unknown

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Mussalman Wakf Validating Bill 219-224 unknown

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Appendix A 225-225 unknown

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The Introduction of Improvements into Indian Agriculture 226-234 B. Coventry

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Questions And Answer 235-237 unknown

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The Indian Extradition(Amendment)Bill 237-248 unknown

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The Official Trustees Bill 249-249 unknown

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The Administrator General’s Bill 249-252 unknown

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The White Phosphorus Matches Prohibition Bill 252-252 unknown

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The Sir Currimbhoy Ebrahim Baronetcy Bill 252-253 unknown

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The Mussalman Wakf Validating Bill 253-253 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Extension of Primary Education In India 253-266 unknown

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Financial Statement for 1913-14 267-288 W. H. Vincent

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Questions And Answers 289-293 unknown

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The Indian Companies Bill 294-295 unknown

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The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Bill 295-334 unknown

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The White Phosphorus Matches Prohibition Bill 334-334 unknown

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The Mussalman Wakf Validating Bill 335-346 unknown

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Appendix A 347-356 unknown

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Questions And Answers 357-363 unknown

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Questions And Answers 363-366 unknown

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Opium Revenue 366-372 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Increase of Allotment for Non-Recurring Grants for Education Sanitation Etc. for Bihar And Orissa 372-375 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Increase of Allotment of Recurring Grants for Promotion of Education And Improvement of Sanitation Por Bihar And Orissa 375-378 unknown

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Resolution Regarding of Technical Increase of Grant to Major Provinces for Recurring Expenditure on Education And Sanitation for Development Education 379-380 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Additional Grants for Sanitation in Bengal 381-383 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Separation of Judicial and Executive Functions 383-401 unknown

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Financial Statement 402-414 unknown

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Discussion of Financial Statement 415-419 unknown

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Resolution Regarding- Opening of a Port Between Chandbali and Shout’s Island 419-422 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Construction of a New Railway Connecting Orissa Chota Nagpur and Patna 422-423 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Scholarships for Training in the Imperial Agricultural Institute at Pusa 424-428 W. H. Vincent

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Questions and Answers 429-432 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Public Holidays Under the Negotiable Instruments Act 432-442 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Correspondence Between Secretary of State And Government of India Relating to the Promised Royal Commission for the Investigation of Indian Finance and Currency 442-448 unknown

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Questions and Answers 449-452 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Loss of Opium Revenue 453-471 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Customs Duty on Sugar Imported from Foreign Countries 471-484 W. H. Vincent

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Questions and Answers 485-488 unknown

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The Indian Companies Bill 488-522 unknown

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The Indian Criminal Law Amendment Bill 522-602 W. H. Vincent

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Questions and Answers 603-610 unknown

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Budget for 1913-14 610-611 unknown

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Resolution Regarding Opening of the Ports of Calcutta and Chittagong for Embarkation of Pilgrims to the Hedjas 612-624 W.H. Vincent

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Questions and Answers 625-628 unknown

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Budget 1913-1914 629-684 unknown

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government politics public policy

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523
SARF Document ID
sarf.140249