1. Of the twenty-four instances in which con-cilators have been appointed for the settlement of labour disputes, under ' The Conciliation Act, 1900,' in how many cases has a settlement of the dispute been arrived at as the result of the appointment of such conciliators ?
2. In the case of such settlement, if any, in how many instances has the settlement sustained the claims of the employees ? (b) In how many instances has the settlement sustained the claims of the employers ?
3. Of such twenty-four conciliators, how many have been officials of the Labour Department ?
4. In the event of any settlements of disputes having resulted from the appointment of conciliators, why has not a memorandum of the terms of each settlement been Sled with the Minister of Labour, as suhselctton three of section four of the Conciliation Act requires ?
Subtopic: SETTLEMENT OF LABOUR DISPUTES.