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Report No. 38

12. Sections 2(d)-Mail ships.-

(a) Regarding "mail ships" defined in section 2(d), a recommendation has been made in a previous report1 to the effect, that if India is enjoying the powers and privileges under the Mail Ships Act, 1891, we should have a legislation of our own after entering into direct conventions with foreign countries (if India is not an original party to such a convention). This can appropriately be the subject-matter of a separate legislation, and need not be considered for incorporation in our Post Office Act.

1. Fifth Report of the Law Commission (British Statutes applicable to India).

Indian Post Office Act, 1898 Back

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