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The Unrepealed Acts of the Governor-General of India in Council of the Year 1915

1916

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George Carmichael the Chief Secretary to the Government of Bombay and Arthur Henry Addenbrooke Situcoa Esquire the Collector of Bombay and their successors "4 SIB SASSOON 7ACOB DAVID BARONETCY ACT 19t5." the Accountant-General of Bombay the Chief Secretary to the Government of Bombay and the Collector of Bombay all for the time being and the said Sir Sassoon Jacob David Baronet and aft [...] 4. The Corporation during the minority of any person for the time being Application of income entitled to and in the enjoyment of the said dignity during minority of Baronet under limitations of the said Letters Patent shall pay and apply for and towards the maintenance education and benefit of such Baronet in eacn and every year during hie minority as aforsaid so much only of the annual int [...] It shall consist of five members of whom one shall be the Chairman of the Board and the remaining four shall be elected in the manner prescribed by such rules as representatives of the following bodies namely :- (a) one of the Indian Tea Association Calcutta ; (b) one of the Indian Tea Association London ; (c) one of the Assam Branch Indian Tea Association ; and (d) one of the Surma Valley [...] (7) No act done by the Board or by the Executive Committee shall be questioned on the ground merely of the existence of any vacancy in or any defect in the constitution of the Board or of the Executive Committee as the case may be. [...] (2) In particular and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power such rules may subject to the provisions of this Act provide— (a) for the powers to be exercised and the duties to be performed by the Board in carrying out the purposes for which it is constituted and for the powers and duties of the Ex-cutive Committee and of the Chairman ; (b) for the period within which electi

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Frontmatter i-iii unknown

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Act No. I. of 1915. Emergency Legislation Continuance Act 1915 1-2 unknown

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Act No. II. of 1915. “Sir Sassoon Jacob David Baronetcy Act 1915.” 3-6 unknown

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Act No. III. of 1915. Foreigners(Amendment) Act 1915 7-8 unknown

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Act No. IV. of 1915. Defence of India Criminal Amendment Act 1915 9-13 unknown

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Act No. V. of 1915. The Indian Paper Carrency (Temporary Amendment) Act 1915 14-14 unknown

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Act No. VI. of 1915. The Indian Patents and Designs (Temporary Roles) Act 1915 15-16 unknown

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Act No. VII. of 1915. The Delhi Laws Act 1915 17-21 unknown

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Act No. VIII. of 1915. The Assam Labour and Emigration (Amendment) Act 1915 22-27 unknown

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Act No. IX. of 1915. The Sea Customs (Amendment) Act 1915 28-28 unknown

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Act No. X. of 1915. “The Sir Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy Baronetcy Act 1915” 29-43 unknown

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Act No. XI. of 1915. Repealing and Amending Act 1915 44-46 unknown

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Act No. XII. of 1915. The Indian Soldiers (Litigation) Act 1916 47-50 unknown

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Act No. XIII. of 1915. The North-West Frontier Consttbnlary Bill 1915 51-59 unknown

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Act No. XIV. of 1915. The Enemy Trading Act 1915 60-62 unknown

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Act No. XV. of 1915. The Inland Steam-Yesaels (Amendment) Act 1915 63-65 unknown

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Act No. XVI. of 1915. The Benares Hindu University Act 1915 66-81 unknown

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Supplemental Chronological Table showing how each Act has been affected by subsequent legislation from 1833 to 1915 1-30 unknown

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A Nominal Index of Acts arranged Alphabetically 31-41 unknown

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Pages
125
SARF Document ID
sarf.142559

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