§ 8. Sir J. JARDINE
asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether imprisonment of Indian labourers has been abolished in the Fiji Colony; and whether any similar action is being taken by the Governments of Jamaica, British Guiana, Trinidad, or any other colonies?
§ The SECRETARY Of STATE for the COLONIES (Mr. Bonar Law)
Imprisonment as a punishment for offences against the laws relating to Indian immigration has been abolished in Fiji, and the Governors of the three West Indian Colonies have under consideration a similar amendment of the laws of their Colonies.