1. Institution and distribution of a medal to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Accession of His Majesty King George V. 2. Allotment of 30,000 medals to India. Allotments to Home, Army (Defence) and Foreign and Political Departments, and office of Private Secretary to His Excellency the Viceroy. 3. Decision that the medals for distribution in India should be struck by the London Mint and that India will not be required to pay for the medals. 4. Principles to be observed in distributing medals to Ladies. 5. Quotas from which medals should come out for the Governor General and Her Excellency Lady Willingdon, Governors of Provinces, ex-Governors and ex-Lieutenant Governors. 6. Decision that no medal is to be given under any circumstances to anyone in a menial position. 7. Proposed length of ribbons for medals for (a) military, (b) civilians and (c) ladies. 8. Number of Silver Jubilee Medals received from the India Office. 9. Provisional fixation of the price of the Medal to Rs. 8.

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Department Foreign & Political
Branch Honours
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1934
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1934
Date Uploaded (YYYY-MM-DD) 2017-09-12
Organization National Archives of India
Identifier PR_000001182768
File No. Progs., Nos. 77-H, 1934 (Secret)
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