§ Indian Constitutional Reform,—That they have appointed a Committee consisting of sixteen Lords to join with a Committee of the Commons as a Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform, pursuant to the Commons Message of this day.702
§ They communicate that they have come to the following Resolutions, namely, That leave be given to the Committee to lay upon the Table day to day, or otherwise, the Minutes of Evidence taken before them, and also such other Records as they may think fit; that such Minutes of Evidence and Records be printed, and delivered out; that, if the House be not sitting, such Evidence and Records shall be deemed to have been laid upon the Table of the House when delivered to the Clerk of the Parliaments.
§ That the Committee have power, if they so determine, to appoint one or more sub-committees to take Evidence or to consider any matters that may be referred to them; that any Evidence taken by such sub-committee shall be deemed to be Evidence taken before the Joint Committee.
§ That leave be given to the Committee to report from time to time.
§ That the Minutes of Evidence and Records of the Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform laid upon the Table in the last Session be referred to the Committee.
§ They propose that the Joint Committee do meet in Committee Room No. 10, Tomorrow, at Five o'Clock.
§ That they have passed a Bill, intituled, "An Act to confirm a Provisional Order of the Minister of Health relating to the borough of Worthing." [Ministry of Health Provisional Order Confirmation (Worthing) Bill [Lords.]