Record

Reference numberCMB/59
LevelSubFonds
TitleIndian Government Advisory Committee
Date25 November 1903 to 6 January 1920
DescriptionCommittee appointed by Council in 1899 following receipt of a letter from the Secretary of State for India dated 28 March 1899 ; a Standing Committee with Sir Richard Strachey Chairman, Mr W T Blanford, Mr H T Brown, Sir William Thiselton-Dyer and Professor Marshall Ward. Subsequent letter of 9 October 1902 from the Secretary of State for India requested continuance of the Committee, which Council resolved 'That the Secretary of State be informed tht the appointment of the Indian Government Advisory Committee will be continued.'

Meetings held;
1. 25 November 1903
2. 12 Janaury 1905
3. 23 January 1905
4. 31 January 1905
5. 25 July 1905
6. 2 April 1906
7. 6 November 1906
8. 15 November 1906
9. 21 November 1906
10. 21 June 1907
11. 26 June 1907
12. 2 December 1907
13. 18 December 1908
24. 17 February 1909
25. 25 May 1910
26. 19 January 1915
27. 6 January 1920
Extent1 Volume
Access statusOpen
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