Royal Commission on Labour in India: Report(1929)||
In each province we were aided in our enquiries by Assistant Commissioners, who were selected with the help of provincial Governments as representatives of employing and labouring interests. We had the co-operation of a special body of Assistant Commissioners in respect of railway questions. In addition, we had associated with us in most areas one or more ladies with local knowledge and experience. A list of all those who served in these capacities is appended to the Report. We thus bad the advantage of being associated with a body of men and women who, though they took no part in the framing of our Report, brought to our sessions a wealth of wide experience, intimate local knowledge, and wise counsel.