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(1959). Annual Meetings—April, 1959. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:696-710.

(1959). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15:696-710

Annual Meetings—April, 1959

The Annual Meetings of the American Psychoanalytic Association were held at the Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia, April 24-27, 1959. Abstracts of the Minutes of the Executive Council, Board on Professional Standards, and the Business Meeting of Members are published in this issue of the Bulletin. All members who desire to obtain copies of the official Minutes may do so by communicating with the acting Executive Secretary, Mrs. Helen Fischer, 36 West 44 Street, New York 36, N. Y.

Executive Council

The meeting of the Executive Council was held Thursday, April 23, 1959, at the Sheraton Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with Dr. Marion E. Kenworthy presiding and Secretary-Elect Dr. David Beres serving as Secretary.

I. Report of the Secretary

At the meeting of the Executive Committee held on March 21, 1959, Dr. Harry I. Weinstock reported that approximately $6, 000 had been expended by the Association in connection with the tax case, and that all but $650 of this sum had been received in contributions. The Executive Committee reaffirmed the position of the membership in regard to the tax case in the following statement:

In the spirit of the resolution which was adopted by the entire membership at the Fall Meeting it was decided to maintain the decision that the Association disassociate itself from further activity in this case.

The Executive Committee at this meeting considered the question of how to offer official recognition of Life Membership, and decided that a small plaque would be designed and presented to each Life Member. It had been hoped that this plaque would be available for the Business Meeting of Members on April 26, but unfortunately this was not possible.

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