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(1926). Indian Psycho-Analytical Society. Bul. Int. Psychoanal. Assn., 7:291-293.

(1926). Bulletin of the International Psycho-Analytic Association, 7:291-293

Indian Psycho-Analytical Society

Annual Report, 1925

During the year under review the Society had on its roll the following members:

1. Dr. G. Bose, D.Sc., M.B. (President), 14, Parsibagan Lane, Calcutta.

2. 2Dr. N. N. Sen Gupta, M.A., Ph.D., 7, Vidyasagar Street, Calcutta.

3. 3Mr. G. Bora, B.A., 7/2, Halliday Street, Calcutta.

4. 4Mr. M. N. Banerjee, M.Sc. (Secretary), 30, Tarak Chatterji Lane, Calcutta.

5. Mr. H. Maiti, M.A., 10/1, Halsibagan Road, Calcutta.

6. Mr. Suhrit Ch. Mittra, M.A., 16, Bhabanth Sen Street, Calcutta.

7. Mr. Gopeswar Pal, M.Sc., 92, Upper Circular Road, Calcutta (or Bolepore E. I. Ry.).

8. Capt. S. K. Roy, M.B., I.M.S., 2, Amherst Street, Calcutta.

9. Capt. N. C. Mitter, M.B., I.M.S., 38, Raja Dinendra Street, Calcutta.

10. Prof. Haridas Bhattacharya, M.A., P.R.S., I, Ramkrishna Mission Road, Dacca.

11. Prof. Rangin Chander Halder, M.A., B.N. College, Patna.

12. Dr. Sarasilal Sarkar, M.A., M.B., Civil Surgeon, Noakhali, Bengal.

13. Capt. J. R. Dhar, I.M.S., 6, George Town, Allahabad.

14. Major Owen Berkeley-Hill, M.A., M.D., I.M.S., European Mental Hospital, Kanke P.O. Ranchi, B. N. R.

15. Major R. C. McWatters, I.M.S., Shahjahanpur.

16. Dr. P. C. Das, M.B., European Mental Hospital, Kanke P.O. Ranchi, B. N. R.


Subscription to the Central Executive Rs. 232. 0.0 Balance on December 31, 1924 Rs. 244. 7.1
Subscription to Freud Memorial Fund Rs. 66. 2.9 Members' subscriptions for 1925 Rs. 340. 4.0
Contribution towards Mr. S. Mittra's expenses for attending Congress Rs. 66. 2.9    
Stamps and stationery Rs. 3. 2.0un    
  Rs. 367. 7.6    
Balance on December 31, 1925 Rs. 217. 3.7un    
  Rs. 584.11.1un   Rs. 584.II.Iun

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