Coherent Identifier About this item: 20.500.12592/bkx3qb

Indian Tariff Board Written and Oral Evidence recorded during enquiry on the Classification of Paper for Tariff Purposes

1937

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Letter dated the 10th July 1935 forwarding replies to the questionnaire. Letter dated the 27th July 1935 explaining the position taken up by the Association and forwarding a draft tariff schedule. 22 Letter dated the 2nd August 1935 submitting views of the Association regarding the classification of Badanii ?. Blotting Esparto and Cartridge papers. 24 (4) Letter dated t [...] 551 dated the 20th August 1935 enquiring whether in view of the circustances explained the Associationwould like to reconsider their decision regarding classification of Cartridge paper for tariff purposes. SG (7) Letter dated the 26tli August 1935 in reply to the above letter. 87 B.—ORAL. [...] (1) Letter dated the 24th June 1935 submitting the views of the Association. 72 (2) Letter dated the 8th July 1935 submitting replies to the questionnaire. 81 (3) Letter dated the 23rd July 1935 protesting against the attempts made to enlarge scope of protection by bringing under its provisions papers the protection of which would not in any way assist the Ind [...] Bholanath Dutt & Sons Calcutt(1) Letter dated the 29th June 1935 submitting their views. 168 (2) Letter dated the 10th July 1935 forwarding replies to questionnaire 170 (3) Letter dated the 29th July 1935 regarding the definition of Board. 173 (4) Letter dated the 30th July 1935 regarding the importation of non-protective papers. 174 :(5) Letter da [...] Calcutt(1) Letter dated the 22nd June 1935 regarding newsprinting papqr. 211 (2) Letter dated the 9th July 1935 forwarding replies to the questionnaire. 212 33.

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Cover i-iii unknown

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Frontmatter i-vi unknown

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Government of India Department of Commerce Simla the 25th May 1935 1-2 unknown

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Press Communique issued by the Tariff Board on the 8th June 1935 3-4 unknown

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Questionnaire issued by the Tariff Board 5-5 unknown

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Indian Paper Makers Association Calcutta 6-70 unknown

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Punalur Paper Mills Limited Travancore. A.—Written Letter dated the 12th July 1935 We are Sending you Herewith our Suggestions Regarding protection to the Paper Industry in India 71-72 unknown

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The Calcutta Paper Import Association Calcutta—(1) Letter dated the 24th June 1935. Be Classification of Paper 72-116 unknown

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Calcutta Paper Traders Association Calcutta A.—Written (1) Letter dated the 27th June 1955 117-160 unknown

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Messrs John Dickinson & Co. Ltd. Bombay 161-162 unknown

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Messrs. J. B. Advani & Co. Ltd. Bombay 163-168 unknown

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Messrs. Bholanath Dutt & Sons Calcutta 168-175 unknown

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Messrs. Ghosh Brothers and Company Rangoon 175-176 unknown

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Messrs. J. N. Singh and Company Limited Delhi 176-181 unknown

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Calcutta Paper Agency Calcutta 181-183 unknown

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Messrs. Purna Chandra Kundu and Sons Calcutta 183-193 unknown

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Commercial Stationery Mart Calcutta 194-194 unknown

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Makha’l Press Kharar District Ambala 194-194 unknown

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The Diocesan Press Madras 194-194 unknown

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The “Times of India ” Bombay 194-199 unknown

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The Indian Press Limited Calcutta 199-199 unknown

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Messrs. Thomas Smith and Company Calcutta 199-199 unknown

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American Baptist Mission Press Rangoon 200-200 unknown

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London Mission Press Travancore 200-200 unknown

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Messrs. Longman Green and Company Limited Calcutta 200-202 unknown

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The “Statesman” Limited Calcutta 202-202 unknown

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Srinath Press Bhanga (Faridpur) 202-203 unknown

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Kapur Art Printing Works Lahore 203-204 unknown

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Bengal Association of the Master Printers and Allied Industries Calcutta 204-205 unknown

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The Indian Journalists Association Calcutta 205-207 unknown

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Publishers Association of Bengal Calcutta 207-209 unknown

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The Burma Chamber of Commerce Rangoon 209-209 unknown

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Bengal National Chamber of Commerce Calcutta 209-210 unknown

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Messrs. A. Bonner and Company Calcutta 211-214 unknown

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Messrs. Basu Brothers and Company Calcutta 214-215 unknown

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Messrs. B. K. Pal and Company Calcutta 215-215 unknown

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Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway Company Limited Madras 215-215 unknown

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Messrs. Rahimuddin H. Abdul Karim Calcutta 215-216 unknown

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Printing Materials Store Bombay 216-218 unknown

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Messrs. Kamala Book Depot Limited Calcutta 218-219 unknown

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“Newlight ” Rangoon 219-219 unknown

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Dr. Bose’s Laboratory Limited Calcutta 220-220 unknown

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Messrs. Capital Distributing Company Bombay 220-220 unknown

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The Pioneer Box Factory Cawnpore 220-220 unknown

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H. E. H. the Nizam’s Government Hyderabad 221-224 unknown

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Forest Research Institute Dehra Dun 224-226 unknown

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Central Board of Revenue Simla 226-228 unknown

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Letter from the Tariff Board No. 401 Dated the 15th June 1935 to All Collectors of Customs Asking for Certain Information About the Testing of the Mechanical Wood Pulp Contents in Printing Paper 228-228 unknown

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Replies to the Above Letter Received from—(1) Collector of Customs Bombay 228-235 unknown

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Letter from the Tariff Board No. 457 Dated the 12th July 1935 to all Collectors of Customs Asking Whether they would Suggest Any Modification or Amendment of their Previous Views Submitted to the Government of India in Connection with their Proposals for the Classification of Paper 235-236 unknown

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Replies to the above letter received from—(1) Collector of Customs Karachi 236-238 unknown

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Letter from the Tariff Board No. 502 Dated the 31st July 1935 to the Collectors of Customs Bombay and Madras asking for Eqrtain information about Badami Paper 239-239 unknown

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Replies to the above letter received from— 239-240 unknown

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Letter from the Tariff Board No. 558 dated the 22nd August 1935 to all Collectore of Customs Forest Resarch Institute and the Central Board of Reveniue Asking for Certain Information Regarding Sising Tests to Determine the Distinction Between Printing and Writing Papers 240-240 unknown

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Replies to the above Letter Received From 241-245 unknown

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Oral Evidence Tendered by the Collector of Customs Calcutta on the 1st August 1935 246-263 unknown

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Collector of Customs Calcutta 264-264 unknown

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Controller of Printing and Stationery Simla— 264-271 unknown

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commerce industry

Pages
319
SARF Document ID
sarf.143973

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