24. Assent to Bills.-
When a Bill has been passed by the Legislative Assembly, it shall be presented to the Lieutenant Governor and the Lieutenant Governor shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he withholds assent therefrom or that he reserves the Bill for the consideration of the President :
Provided that the Lieutenant governor may, as soon as possible after the presentation of the Bill to him for assent, return the Bill if it is not a Money Bill together with a message requesting that the Assembly will reconsider the Bill or any specified provisions thereof, and, if particular, will consider the desirability of introducing any such amendments as he may recommend in his message and, when a Bill is of returned, the Assembly will consider the Bill accordingly, and if the Bill is passed again with or without amendment and presented to the Lieutenant Governor for assent, the Lieutenant Governor shall declare either that he assents to the Bill or that he reserves the Bill for the consideration of the President :
Provided further that the Lieutenant Governor shall not assent to, but shall reserve for the consideration of the president, any Bill which-
(a) in the opinion of the Lieutenant Governor would, if it became law, so derogate from the powers of the High Court as to endanger the position which that Court is, by the Constitution , designed to fill; or
(b) the President may, by order, direct to be reserved for his consideration; or
(c) relates to matters referred to in sub-section (5) of Section 7 or Section 19 or Section 34 or sub-section (3) of Section 43.
Explanation.-For the purposes of this section and Section 25, a Bill shall be deemed to be a Money Bill if it contains only provisions dealing with all or any of the matters specified in sub-section (1) of Section 22 or any matter incidental to any matter incidental to any of those matters and, in either case, there is endorsed thereon the certificate of the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly signed by him that it is a Money Bill