Indian Councils Act 1904

Lord Curzon was the viceroy of India in 1903. He wanted a sixth member in his council for Commerce and Industry. This demand was fulfilled by the Indian Councils Act 1904, in which the crown was empowered to appoint 6th member in the Executive Council of the Governor General. This provision was implemented and the 6th member was appointed who held the Portfolio of Commerce & industry.

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