Friday, February 1, 2013

THE CONCURRENT LIST

has these
subjects.
1.
Criminal law,
including all matters
included in the Indian
Penal Code at the
commencement of
this Constitution but
excluding offences
against laws with
respect to any of
the matters
specified in List I or
List II and excluding
the use of naval,
military or air
forces or any other
armed forces of the
Union in aid of the
civil power.
2.
Criminal procedure,
including all matters
included in the Code
of Criminal
Procedure at the
commencement of
this Constitution.
3.
Preventive
detention for
reasons connected
with the security of
a State, the main­
tenance of public
order, or the
maintenance of
supplies and
services essential
to the community;
persons subjected
to such detention.
4.
Removal from one
State to another
State of prisoners,
accused persons
and persons
subjected to
preventive
detention for
reasons specified in
Entry 3 of this list.
5.
Marriage and
divorce; infants and
minors; adoption;
wills, intestacy and
succession; joint
family and partition;
all matters in
respect of which
parties in judicial
proceedings were
immediately before
the commencement
of this Constitution
subject to their
personal law.
6.
Transfer of
property other than
agricultural land;
registration of
deeds and docu­
ments.
7.
Contracts including
partnership, agency,
contracts of
carriage, and other
special forms of
contracts, but not
including contracts
relating to
agricultural land.
8.
Actionable wrongs.
9.
Bankruptcy and
insolvency.
10.
Trust and Trustees.
11.
Administrators-
general and official
trustees.
11-A.
Administration of
justice; constitution
and Organisation of
all courts, except
the Supreme Court
and the High Courts.
12.
Evidence and oaths;
recognition of laws,
public acts and
records, and judicial
proceedings.
13.
Civil procedure,
including all matters
included in the Code
of Civil Procedure at
the commencement
of this Constitution,
limitation and
arbitration.
14.
Contempt of court,
but not including
contempt of the
Supreme Court.
15.
Vagrancy; nomadic
and migratory
tribes.
16.
Lunacy and mental
deficiency, including
places for the
reception or
treatment of
lunatics and mental
deficients.
17.
Prevention of
cruelty to animals.
17-A.
Forests.
17-B.
Protection of wild
animals and birds.
18.
Adulteration of
foodstuffs and
other goods.
19.
Drugs and poisons,
subject to the
provisions of Entry
59 of List I with
respect to opium.
20.
Economic and social
planning.
20-A.
Population control
and family planning.
21.
Commercial and
industrial
monopolies,
combines and
trusts.
22.
Trade unions;
industrial and labour
disputes.
23.
Social security and
social insurance;
employment and
unemployment.
24.
Welfare of labour
including conditions
of work, provident
funds, employers' lia­
bility, workmen's
compensation,
invalidity and old age
pensions and
maternity benefits.
25.
Education, including
technical education,
medical education
and universities,
subject to the
provisions of Entries
63, 64, 65 and 66 of
List I; vocational and
technical training of
labour.
26.
Legal, medical and
other professions.
27.
Relief and
rehabilitation of
persons displaced
from their original
place of residence
by reason of the
setting up of the
Dominions of India
and Pakistan.
28.
Charities and
charitable
institutions,
charitable and
religious
endowments and
religious institutions.
29.
Prevention of the
extension from one
State to another of
infectious or
contagious diseases
or pests affecting
men, animals or
plants.
30.
>Vital statistics
including
registration of
births and deaths.
31.
Ports other than
those declared by or
under law made by
Parliament or
existing law to he
major ports.
32.
Shipping and
navigation on inland
waterways as
regards
mechanically
propelled vessels,
and the rule of the
road on such
waterways, and the
carriage of
passengers and
goods on inland
waterways subject
to the provisions of
List I with respect
to national
waterways.
33.
Trade and
commerce in, and
the production,
supply and
distribution of,-
(a)
the products of any
industry where the
control of such
industry by the
Union is declared by
Parliament by law to
be expedient in the
public interest, and
imported goods of
the same kind as
such products
(b)
foodstuffs. including
edible oilseeds and
oils
(c)
cattle fodder,
including oilcakes
and other
concentrates
(d)
raw cotton, whether
ginned or unginned,
and cotton seed;
and
(e)
raw jute.
33-A.
Weights and
measures except
establishment of
standards.
34.
Price control.
35.
Mechanically
propelled vehicles
including the
principles on which
taxes on such
vehicles are to be
levied.
36.
Factories.
37.
Boilers.
38.
Electricity.
39.
Newspapers, books
and printing
presses.
40.
Archaeological sites
and remains other
than those 2b
[declared by or
under law made by
Parliament to be of
national importance.
41.
Custody,
management and
disposal of property
(including
agricultural land)
declared by law to
be evacuee
property.
42.
Acquisition and
requisitioning of
property.
43.
Recovery in a State
of claims in respect
of taxes and other
public demands,
including arrears of
land-revenue and
sums recoverable
as such arrears,
arising outside that
State.
44.
Stamp duties other
than duties or fees
collected by means
of judicial stamps,
but not including
rates of stamp
duty.
45.
Inquiries and
statistics for the
purposes of any of
the matters
specified in List II or
List III.
46.
Jurisdiction and
powers of all courts,
except the Supreme
Court, with respect
to any of the
matters in this List.
47.
Fees in respect of
any of the matters
in this List, but not
including fees taken
in any court