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Finance Commission, Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India (6332 words)
By this Act, the powers of the Crown were to be exercised by the Secretary of State for India, responsible to the British Parliament and assisted by a council of 15 members, known as the Council of India.
The Government of India Act, 1915, was passed merely to consolidate the provisions of all the preceding Acts.
The Act of 1861 sowed the seed of representative institutions and the seed was quickened into life by the Act of 1909.
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