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Report of the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission, 1894-1895

'Report of the Indian Hemp Drugs Commission, 1894-1895' contains the following 7 items:

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Volume I [ID: 74464868]

[Volume 1]: Report.

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Volume II [ID: 74462704]

Volume 2: Appendices. Enquiry as to the connection between hemp drugs and insanity.

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Volume III [ID: 74462705]

Volume 3: Appendices. Miscellaneous.

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Volume IV [ID: 74462706]

Volume 4: Evidence of witnesses from Bengal and Assam.

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Volume VI [ID: 74908463]

Volume 6: Evidence of witnesses from Central Provinces and Madras. (Answers from witnesses in Central Provinces and Madras about cultivation and growth of hemp, preparation or manufacture, trade, consumption or use, effects, administration - taxation and control.)

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Volume VII [ID: 74908473]

Volume 7: Evidence of witnesses from Bombay, Sind, Berar, Ajmere, Coorg, Baluchistan and Burma. (Answers from witnesses in Bombay, Sind, Berar, Ajmere, Coorg, Baluchistan, and Burma about cultivation and growth of hemp, preparation or manufacture, trade, consumption or use, effects, administration - taxation and control.)

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Volume VIII [ID: 74462703]

[Volume 8]: Supplementary volume. "This volume contains the questions addressed by the Commission to Commanding Officers of native regiments and their replies. The answers are quoted by number only, as for various reasons it is not considerable desirable to make public the name of the regiment to which each replies refers." Questions covered include number and caste/composition of regiments, number of hemp drug users, effects and costs of hemp drugs.