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Report No. 62

10.73. Basis of re-grouping.-

This repetition of a common element affords one convenient basis for re-grouping the existing items; this could be done without necessarily disturbing the language of each item. Another basis for re-grouping of the items is furnished by the idea that modes of transport, such as, ships (items 6 and 7), railways (items 12 and 13), ferries (item 17) and aircraft (item 28), could be grouped together. Petroleum, explosives and mines (items 4 and 5, 14, 15 and 16) could be brought together. Plantations and mechanised operations in agriculture (items 18, 29, and 30) can constitute one group. Climbing trees (item 23) and diving (item 25) could be clubbed together. These are personal hazards.

10.74. Re-draft of Second Schedule.-

A re-draft of the Second Schedule, with the items re-arranged and placed under groups, bearing in mind the possible basis for classification indicated above, is given below,1 It also carries out the amendments which we have recommended in each item.

1. Para. 10.75, infra.

10.75. Recommendation.-

In the light of the above discussion, we recommend following redraft of the Second Schedule.

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