Rules regulating the General Provident Fund (corrected up to the end of July 1919).
‘Note on criminal tribes in Sind (Sind C.I.D. 15 January 1917) with appendix.’ Sub-Inspector Karamchand’s notes on Bauriah camping places, distinguishing marks and dialect.
Government of Bombay. Judicial department. Order No. 6773 Bombay Castle 14 August 1919.
Government of India. Home Department Notification. Political No. 2032 The Sind Official Gazette, 10 June 1920. Report of the Committee … 14 October 1919 to investigate disturbances in Bombay, Delhi and the Punjab … The following correspondence which has passed between the Secretary of State and the Government of India regarding the findings of the Committee and the action to be taken on the Report is published for general information. (10 double sheets.)
Copy of confidential letter to the Home Secretary to the Government of Bombay, on protection of police officers and other Government servants under the new constitution. 8 October 1932. Simla. 8 pp.
Extract from the Bihar and Orissa Police Manual ‘.Sections 715-719. 3 pp.
Copy of confidential letter from G.F.S. Collins, Secretary to the Government of Bombay, Home Department, to the Secretary to the Government of India, Home Department, on police officers: need for amendment of Sec. 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code. 16 April 1931. 2 pp.
Copy of letter from H.V. Emerson, Secretary to the Government of India to the Home Secretary to the Government of Bombay on proposed amendment of Section 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code so as to include all police officers within its scope. 30 June 1931. 3 pp.
Copy of strictly confidential letter to the Secretary to the Government of Bombay, Home Department, Poona, to the Office of the Inspector-General of Police, Post Box No. 2, Poona, 27 October 1932, on protection of police officers and other Government servants under the new constitution. 10 pp.
Letter from Private Secretary to the Governor of Bombay to J.C. Curry, 6 February 1933, and the official resume of his career.
Table showing the results of concurrent competitive examinations held on 25 June … 1907 of candidates … in the Indian Police Force … and Police Service of the Straits Settlements.
G.I.P. Railway Bomb Case. Charge and description of the case. 12 April 1930. 12 sheets.
Unrevised minutes of evidence taken before the Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform. 20 June 1933. H.M.S.O. 1933.
Police report of the Bombay Presidency including Sind and railways for the year 1924 (Bombay 1925); 1925 (Bombay 1926).
The historic trial of Ali Brothers, Dr. Kitchlew, Shri Shankaracharya, Maulana Hussain Ahmed, Pir Ghulam Mujaddid and Maulana Nisar Ahmed, 1921. Part I: Proceedings in the Lower Court, with a foreword by Mahatma Gandhi. publ. The ‘New Times’ Office Karachi, 1921 or 1922. Part II: Proceedings in the Sessions Court, 1922.
Judicial Department. Office of the Commissioner in Sind. Memorandum. Administration report of the Police Department in Sind for the years 1917, 1918, 1920, 1921.