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Visitors 

to The Seventh Congress of the 
Far Eastern Association of 

Tropical Medicine, 

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Guide 

to tfie 

Seventh Congress 

of the 

Far Eastern Association 

of 

Tropical Medicirve 



patron : 

HIS EXCELLENCY THE RIGHT HON. EDWARD 

FREDERICK LINDLEY WOOD, BARON 1RW1N OF 

KIRBY UNDERDALE. G. M.S.I., G.M.I.E. 

Viceroy and Governor-General of India 



Calcutta, December 5th to 24th, 1927 



Printed by 

TRACKER'S DIRECTORIES, I/TD., 
5, Mangoe Lane, Calcutta. 



CONTENTS. 
I. 

General Information. 

Map of Congress buildings .. .. Frontispiece. 

Page 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION .. ..3 

Information Bureau . . . . 3 

Postal and Telegraphic addresses of Seventh Congress 3 

Telephone number of Seventh Congress .. 3 

Distinctive badges for Committees . . 3 

Opening Ceremony . . . . 4 

Scientific Sessions .. .. ..4 

Expenses during Sessions in Calcutta . . 4 

Transport in Calcutta . . . . 4 

Excursions in Calcutta . . . . 4 

Dress .. .. .. ..4 

Tours .. .. .. ..4 

Members' arrangements after tours . . 5 

Return passages . . . . 5 

PROGRAMME OF THE SESSIONS IN CALCUTTA 

Meetings of Scientific Sections .. ..9 

Exhibitions . . . . . . . . 9 

Guide Books .. .. ^ ..9 

Souvenir to the Seventh Congress . . 9 

Excursions in Calcutta . . . . 9 

TOURS 

Plans .. .. .. ..13 

Arrangements at Bombay . . . . . . 13 

Expenses .. .. .. ..14 

Applications to go on the tours . . . . 14 

Purchase of tickets . . . . . . 14 

Tour through North India . . . . . . 15 

Tour through South India . . . . . . 16 

Tour through Bihar and Orissa .. ..17 

Time-table of tours .. .. ..18 

Private tours after conclusion of Congress .. 20 



V CONTENTS. 

Page 

Notes on Railway travel in India . . . . 20 

Railway stations and steamer wharves . . . . 21 

Times of arrival and departure of chief mail trains . . 22 

Steamer sailings .. .. .. ..23 

Chief hotels . . . . . . . . 23 

Chief clubs . . . . . . . 23 

Consulates .. .. .. ..24 

Currency and Exchange . . J1 _ L . . 25 

Weights and measures . . . . . . 26 

Postal, telegraph and money order rates . . . . 26 

Banks .. ., .. ..28 

Taxi at)d gharri charges . . ^ . . 30 

Language .. , . .. ..31 

II. 

Office Bearers. 

Patron and Vice-Patrons .. ..35 

Names of officers . . . . . . . . 37 

Honorary office bearers . . . , . . 38 

Honorary advisers . . . . . . 38 

Honorary Scientific advisers . . . . 44 

Committees . . . . ^ . . 47 

Central Committee . . . . . . 47 

General Executive Committee and Sub-committees 49 

Local Committees for Provinces . . . . 53 

Local Consultants . . . . . . 64 

Officers of component countries . . . . 68 

Official delegates ,. .. .. ..72 

III. 
Members of the Association. 

List of members . . . . . . . . 83 

IV. 
Constitution and Bye-laws of the Association. 

Constitution .. .. .. ..109 

Map of Calcutta . . Pocket, inside back cover. 



PREVIOUS CONGRESSES. 

The Far Eastern Association of Tropical Medicine 
was founded at Manila in 1908. The following 
congresses of the Association have been held since 
that date : 

1st Congress Manila 1910. 

2nd Congress Hongkong 1912. 

3rd Congress Saigon 1913. 

4th Congress Weltevreden 1921. 

5th Congress Singapore 1923. 

6th Congress Tokyo 1925. 



I 

GENERAL INFORMATION 



IMPORTANT INFORMATION. 
Information Bureau. 

The Information Bureau is on the ground floor of 
the Congress buildings, on the left hand side of the 
entrance. 

The Bureau will be open on Saturday, December 3rd, 
and Sunday, December 4th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
for the registration of members, the distribution of 
membership cards and badges and the selection of 
excursions. 

During the Scientific Sessions, December 5th to llth, 
the Bureau will be open daily from 9-30 a.m. to 
4-30 p.m. 

Post and Telegraph Offices are installed at the 
Bureau. 

A representative of Thomas Cook & Son, Ltd., will 
also attend at the Bureau for the convenience of mem- 
bers. 
Postal address of Seventh Congress. 

School of Tropical Medicine, Central Avenue, 
Calcutta. 

Telegraphic address. 

"CONMED." 
Telephone numbers. 

Burra Bazaar 3583 General Organising Secretary. 
Burra Bazaar 3584 Secretaries' Office. 
Burra Bazaar 123 Thos. Cook & Son, Ltd. 
Burra Bazaar 125 Members' telephone. 

Distinctive badges for Committees. 

General Executive Committee . . Red. 

Local Committees . . Green. 

Scientific Sub-Committee . . Dark blue. 

Entertainment Sub-Committee . . Yellow. 

Exhibition Sub-Committee . . Pink. 

Accommodation and Reception 
Sub-Committees, and Voluntary 

Helpers . . . . Orange. 



Opening Ceremony. 

The opening ceremony of the Congress will be held 
on Monday, December 5th, at 10 a.m. in the Senate 
House, Calcutta University. 

Scientific Sessions. 

The Scientific Sessions will be held in the Medical 
College buildings, near the University. 

Expenses during sessions in Calcutta. 

The Congress management will meet all the ordinary 
hotel expenses of the official Government delegates of 
foreign countries and their wives. 

All other delegates and members will be asked to meet 
their own expenses, unless private hospitality is pro- 
vided for them. It is hoped that all foreign members 
will be accommodated without expense to themselves 
during the sessions in Calcutta. 

Transport in Calcutta. 

A green flag with a white triangle and the letters 
F. E. A. T. M. will be found attached to cars set aside 
for the exclusive use of members. Members requiring 
transport to attend or return from the Congress meet- 
ings etc., should consult the Information Bureau re- 
garding the arrangements made for this purpose. 

Excursions in Calcutta. 

Members desiring to join the excursions (see page 
9) should give their names and requirements to the 
Information Bureau as soon as possible. 

Dress. 

At His Excellency the Governor's reception at Gov- 
ernment House to the official Government delegates 
and members on the evening of December 5th, and at 
the Congress dinner on December 10th, at which His 
Excellency the Governor will preside, mess dress will 
be worn by all officers in India entitled to do so. 
Others will wear evening dress with decorations. Or- 
dinary dress will be worn at all other functions. 

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Tours. December 11th to December 24th. 

Members desirous of going on the tours after the 
Scientific Sessions should give their names into the 
Information Bureau as soon as possible. For details 
and arrangements in connection with the tours see 
page 13. 

Members' arrangements after the tours. Bombay. 

The Northern and Southern tours meet in Bombay 
on December 20th. Those members who desire to 
leave the tours at Bombay, either to embark for Europe 
or to undertake further tours in India, are requested to 
inform the General Organising Secretary at the 
Information Bureau as early as possible. 

Little or no accommodation is available in Bombay 
after December 22nd. All members, with the excep- 
tion of those who are sailing for Europe, for whom 
accommodation will be found, will therefore have to 
leave Bombay on that date. 

Calcutta. 

Members returning to Calcutta are requested to ar- 
range for their own hotel accommodation until the 
departure of their steamers. They are advised that 
hotel accommodation in Calcutta is exceedingly difficult, 
if not impossible, to obtain during the Christmas vaca- 
tion without previous arrangement. The Manager, 
Grand Hotel, has kindly agreed to reserve accommo- 
dation for such members, if they intimate their ivishes 
to him while the Congress is sitting in Calcutta. 

Return passages. 

Foreign delegates and members who have not already 
booked their return passages from India should do so 
at the earliest possible date, as berths are most difficult 
to obtain at this time. 

Those who join the Northern and Southern tours 
may find it more convenient to leave India from Co- 
lombo or Madras. There are many good steamer con- 
nections from Colombo and a fortnightly sailing by 
the British India line from Madras to Singapore via 
Penang. 

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Meeting of Scientific Sections. 

A separate programme giving the details of the meet- 
ings of the Scientific Sections and the times of the 
discussions will be issued at the beginning of the Con- 
gress. Abstracts of the scientific papers to be read at 
the Congress will also be issued at the same time. Mem- 
bers are requested to obtain these from the Informa- 
tion Bureau. 

Exhibitions. 

An exhibition has been arranged in connection with 
the Congress. It 'consists of two sections, Scientific 
and Commercial. 

The Scientific Section is situated in the School of 
Tropical Medicine and adjoining buildings (see plan 
of Congress buildings) and will be open to members 
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

The Commercial Section is housed in the Anatomy 
Department (see plan of Congress buildings) and will 
be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Catalogues of both exhibitions will be available at 
the door and at the Information Bureau on applica- 
tion. 

Guide Books. 

Guide books to India will be on sale at Messrs. 
Thacker Spink's stall in the Commercial Section. 
Messrs. Thacker, Spink & Co. also issue a weekly guide 
to Calcutta which contains much useful information. 
Members may obtain this free of charge on application. 

Souvenir to the Seventh Congress. 

A book entitled a "Souvenir to the Seventh Con- 
gress" dealing with various aspects of our Indian Em- 
pire has been specially compiled for the members of 
the Congress and will be available on application at 
the Information Bureau. 

EXCURSIONS IN CALCUTTA. 

The Scientific Sessions of the Congress will take up 
much of our visitors' time, and leisure for ordinary 
sightseeing will probably be small. As the commercial 
capital of India and the chief city in which the English 
administration in India was securely based, there are 

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in Calcutta many buildings and institutions and places 
full of historical and architectural interest. With these, 
however, we have not space to deal, but would refer 
our visitors to trie guide books which give excellent 
descriptions. 

CALCUTTA AS A CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF 
TROPICAL MEDICINE. 

To medical visitors Calcutta presents features of un- 
usual interest. The moist places of Bengal teem with 
life from the highest form to the lowest. There is 
scarcely a tropical disease, with the exceptions of sleep- 
ing sickness and yellow fever, which cannot be amply 
demonstrated here. For the study and teaching of 
tropical diseases and tropical sanitation, it has advan- 
tages probably unrivalled anywhere. Calcutta has been 
the seat of medical teaching since medicine became a 
science. The Calcutta Medical College is one of the 
oldest of modern medical teaching institutions and it 
says much for the prescience and farsightedness of 
the East India Company's medical officers that it was 
the first college where all the three main branches of 
medicine medicine, surgery and midwifery were 
taught systematically and clinically under one roof. 
Originally intended as a training ground for the medical 
officers of the Company, it has developed into a first 
class teaching college, where students proceed to the 
M.B. degree. The Carmichael Medical College is a 
more modern institution administered and managed by 
Indians not in Government Service. It provides 
medical teaching of a high order. The Campbell 
Medical School is also an old one and caters for those 
wfio proceed to the lesser qualification of L. M. F. 
Other schools of a similar nature are springing up in 
Calcutta. 

The Presidency General Hospital is probably one of 
the best examples in the East of a hospital designed for 
ease of administration, excellence of arrangement and 
up-to-dateness in the treatment of all forms of disease. 
It should be seen by all interested in hospital construc- 
tion and administration in the tropics. 
Sanitation and Drainage of Calcutta. 

The sanitary problems in and around Calcutta have 
aspects of peculiar interest. The water supply of 

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Calcutta is taken from the Hooghly at Barrackpore, 
sixteen miles to the north of Calcutta. Settlement and 
slow sand filtration were determined on 50 years ago, 
and the extensions to the water works now in progress 
follow the same principle. The new settlement tanks 
when finished will be amongst the largest in the world. 
The works are well worth a visit. The turbidity of 
the Hooghly during the monsoon, the scarcity and the 
high price of land on its banks led a few years ago to 
the introduction of the rapid system of filtration and 
many excellent installations of this sort can be seen. 
Underneath the Bengal plains is an enormous reservoir 
of water and this is now being extensively drawn on by 
tube wells of which there are now hundreds in and 
around Calcutta. 

Calcutta's drainage system was devised over a hun- 
dred years ago ; four main sewers run from the Hoogh- 
ly eastward and intercepting sewers carry the effluent 
further east, to be discharged into the Bidyadhari, once 
a large tidal river, now rapidly silting up. Those in- 
terested in the sewage disposal of large cities in flat 
country will find much of interest in the drainage 
problems of Calcutta. On both sides of the Hooghly 
the development of the Jute mill industry has raised 
many sanitary problems, the chief being how to dispose 
of large quantities of night-soil in congested areas. 
This problem was tackled by Fowler and Clemesha and 
the installation known as the Septic Tank Latrine wa^ 
the successful outcome of their studies. Hundreds of 
these exist in" mill areas up and down the Hooghly ; the 
purified effluent is sterilised before discharge into river 
or tanks. An opportunity should be taken by visitors 
to see these installations. 

Anti-malarial work. 

Many of the environs of Calcutta are malarious and 
within a few miles of the city are groups of villages 
which are intensely malarious. The problem of tackl- 
ing malaria in villages in extremely difficult. The de- 
velopment of Co-operative Anti-malarial Societies is due 
to the idea conceived by Rai Dr. Gopal Chandra Chat- 
ter jee Bahadur and has within a few years made con- 
siderable headway. These societies are village institu- 
tions, supported by local contributions and run on 

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co-operative lines. Anti-malarial work is carried out by 
the members and resident doctors, subsidised by local 
societies, are to be found in many places. These so- 
cieties also tackle the problems of kala-azar and cholera 
from the same standpoint. Many of these societies are 
near Calcutta and a visit to them has been included in 
the Congress programme and should be made by all 
interested in the problem of village diseases in the 
tropics. 

The Port. 

The port of Calcutta is one of the largest in the East 
and extends for many miles on both sides of the river. 
It is administered by the Port Commissioners. The 
New King George's Docks now being constructed will 
add immensely to the trade facilities of the port. 

River excursions. 

The scenery of the tiooghly is unique; dense towns 
are interspersed with old-world temples, country houses 
and gardens coming down to the water edge, while 
here and there are bathing ghats of renowned holiness, 
where thousands bathe every day in the holy Ganges 
water. Every variety of boat and ship from the small 
dugout and the galley to the ocean-going liner can be 
seen. The best sights are obtainable from a river 
steamer, and a trip for our visitors has been kindly 
arranged by the Port Commissioners. There are few 
experiences more pleasant than an afternoon and even- 
ing cruise in the quiet of the upper reaches of the 
Hooghly. In the smoky dusk of a December afternoon 
the visitor coming down the river finishes his trip with 
a view of Howrah Bridge traversed by thousands of 
home-goers, the nearest approach to actuality of the 
vision of Mirza that one knows. The visitor may carry 
away with him reflections on the transitoriness of 
human life (or he may not). 

Science and Art In Bengal. 

Bengal has long been the home of science and culture. 
The Asiatic Society of Bengal was formed for the pur- 
pose of the mutual study and advancement by all class- 
es and creeds of many branches of science and art, 
ethnological, historical, botanical, zoological, medical, 

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geological and philological. Of it was born the Indian 
Museum, the most popular resort of country people 
visiting Calcutta. The visitor must not miss seeing this 
wonderful collection, and to ensure its being seen under 
the best conditions the Curators have kindly arranged 
for a conversazione at the Museum during the Congress 
week. Sir J. C. Bose's work on plant life is known to 
all and he has kindly consented to demonstrate his work 
to 'Congress members. It is hoped further that visitors 
may have an opportunity of seeing a representation of 
Indian Drama, and-some specimens of ancient and mod- 
ern Indian art. The Tagore Schools are famous all 
over the world for literature, music and art. 

Manufacture of Chemicals, etc. 

Formerly the profession in India had to depend on 
outside sources for its supplies of chemicals, drugs, 
vaccines and anti-sera. Lately however, successful be- 
ginnings have been made and visitors may see what 
progress has been achieved in this direction by visits 
to the Bengal Chemical and Pharmaceutical Works 
Limited and the Bengal Immunity Company. 

TOURS. 
Plans. 

Three tours have been arranged, one through Nor- 
thern India, one through Southern India and a shorter 
one through Bihar and Orissa. Details of these will 
be found on page 15. 

Arrangements at Bombay. 

The Northern and Southern tours will meet in Bom- 
bay on December 20th, and after two days will return 
to Calcutta where the tour will end. No further 
sightseeing will take place after Bombay and as cer- 
tain of Messrs. Cooks* tours are scheduled to start 
from there, certain members will find it more conve- 
nient to leave the tour at Bombay. Such members are 
requested to advise the General Organising Secretary 
as early as possible. 

As little or no accommodation is available in Bom- 
bay after December 22nd, members who leave the tours 
will have to leave Bombay on that date. In the case 
of those embarking at Bombay for Europe, early 

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intimation should be given to the General Organising 
Secretary, so that accommodation can be arranged for 
them till the date of sailing. 

EXPENSES. 

(a) Official Government Delegates of Foreign Countries. 

The Congress management will meet all the ordinary 
touring expenses of the Foreign Official Government 
Delegates and their wives as long as they keep to the 
scheme arranged by the management, 

(b) All other Delegates and Members. 

All other delegates and members will be asked to 
meet their own expenses. Generous concessions by the 
railways and offers of private hospitality have, how- 
ever, materially 'reduced the cost of all the tours. 

Applications to go on the Tours. 

The tours have been organised primarily for the 
official Government delegates and members of the As- 
sociation coming from foreign countries. The Con- 
gress management will be happy, however, to arrange 
to include official delegates and members from India up 
to the limit of the accommodation available. This ac- 
commodation will be allotted strictly in order of appli- 
cation. 

In the event of their desiring to participate in the 
tours, all delegates and members, whether coming from 
foreign countries or India, are requested to inform the 
General Organising Secretary which of the three tours 
they prefer. 

Evey attempt will be made to comply with members' 
wishes, but no guarantee can be given that this can be 
done. 

The Government of India desire that the foreign 
official Government delegates should see as much of 
India as possible. They hope, therefore, that where 
the representation of any country consists of more than 
one delegate, arrangements will be made for at least 
one delegate to go on each tour. 

Purchase of tickets. 

For the convenience of delegates and members, in- 
clusive tickets for the tours will be sold by Thomas 
Cook & Son, Ltd., at the Information Bureau of the 

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Congress. Delegates who wish to join in the tours 
are advised to apply for these as early as possible. 
Tickets for the tours will not be purchasable at the 
railway station. 

TOUR NO. 1. 

Through North India to Bombay and back to Calcutta. 
December llth to 24th. 

The tour will follow the Ganges valley to Delhi, 
whence two sub-tours branch off. All meet at Agra, 
and cross first the plateau of Central India, then the 
strange formations of the Western Ghats, to Bombay, 
and return to Calcutta. 

1st Day. 

(a) Benares, a sacred city of the Hindus (bathing 
ghats on the Ganges), water works, sanita- 
tion of city. 

2nd Day. 

() Lucknow: the Medical College, Public Health 
Institute, Anti-malarial works, and a speci- 
ally prepared public health exhibition. In- 
dian Architecture. 

3rd, 4th, 6th Day. 

(c) Delhi: anti-malarial measures, the drainage sys- 

tem of New Delhi (a specially good exam- 
ple), large Women's Hospital, architecture 
etc., of the new capital of India, Moghul 
architecture, remains of ancient Indian 
dynasties. 

5th, 6th Day. 

(d) Lahore (sub-tour (a) only). Here public 

buildings are built as far as possible in Hindu 
and Muhammadan styles. Medical Institu- 
tions, School of Arts, Central Museum, 
Shalimar Garden (Moghul). 

6th Day. 

(e) Kasauli (sub-tour (&) only). A Himalayan 

hill station from which magnificent views of 
snows and plains are obtained. Central Re- 
search and Pasteur Institutes. 

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6th, 7th Day. 

(/) Agra, the Taj Mahal, Moghul Fort, and re- 
mains of Fatehpur Sikri, the capital of 
Akbar, the Great Moghul. 
8th Day. 

Sanchi Tope. Ancient Buddhist remains. 
9th, 10th Day. 

(g) Bombay: Royal Institute of Science, Haffkine 
Laboratory at Parel, Elephanta Caves (old 
Buddhist and Hindu). 
11th, 12th Day. 
Train. 
13th Day. 

(h) Calcutta. 

Note: 1st Class railway accommodation only will be 
available. The cost and all details about this tour can 
be obtained from Thomas Cook & Son, Ltd., at the 
Information Bureau. 

TOUR NO. 2. 

Through South India to Bombay and-back to Calcutta. 

December llth to 24th. 

The tour will travel by the East coast to Madras, 
the Nilgiri Hills, the Indian State of Mysore, Bombay 
and return to Calcutta, 
1st Day. 

Train. 

2nd, 3rd, 4th Day. 

(a) Madras: Medical Institutions, model Indian 
Factory, old Dutch Settlement of San Thome 
Aquarium, visits to Conjeeveram, a very old 
sacred city of the Hindus, and Seven Pa- 
godas, one of the most remarkable places in 
India from the archaeological point of view. 
6th Day. 

(6) Coonoor, in the Nilgiri Hills, a tea growing 
centre, Pasteur Institute, Deficiency 
Diseases Laboratory, 
(c) Ootacamund, a beautiful hill station. 
6th, 7th Day. 

(rf) Mysore, the capital of the State of Mysore, 
where His Highness the Maharajah's Gov- 
ernment will eiitertain the delegates. 
8th Day. 

Train. The beautiful scenery of the Western 
Ghats. 

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9th, 10th Day. 

(/) Bombay: Royal Institute of Science, Haffkine 
Laboratory at Parel, Elephanta Caves (old 
Buddhist and Hindu). 
11th, 12th Day. 
Train. 
13th Day. 

(/) Calcutta. 

Note. 1st and 2nd class railway accommodation will 
be available. The cost and all details about this tour 
can be obtained from Thomas Cook & Son, Ltd., at 
the Information Bureau. 

TOUR NO. 3. 

Bihar and Orissa and back to Calcutta. 
December llth to 18th. 

Bihar and Orissa, a new province where visitors 
will have the opportunity of seeing modern industrial 
and medical institutions in India. 
1st Day. 

(a) Bodh Gaya, centre of Buddhist and Hindu pil- 

grimage, very ancient Buddhist temple and 
remains. 
2nd, 3rd Day. 

(b) Patna, large Indian city on the Ganges, New 

Medical College, Patna University. 
4th Day. 

(c) Jamshedpur (Tatanagar) Iron Works of 

Messrs. Tata and Company, up to date town 
planning and sanitation. 
5th Day. 

(d) Ranchi, up to date Mental Hospital, Radium 

Institute, Lac Institute. 
6th Day. 

(e) By motor through delightful scenery to Purulia, 

modern Leper Asylum. 
7th Day. 

(/) Calcutta. 

Note. 1st and 2nd class railway accommodation will 
be available. The cost and all details about this tour 
can be obtained from Thomas Cook & Son, Ltd., at 
the Information Bureau. 

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Private tours after the conclusion of the Congress. 

For those members who desire to see more of India, 
Thomas Cook & Son, Ltd., have prepared a series 
of tours, each ending at one of the large ports. Such 
tours will be entirely in the hands of Thomas Cook & 
Son, Ltd., to whom application should be made at 
their office at the Information Bureau of the Congress. 



NOTES ON RAILWAY TRAVEL IN INDIA. 

, Trains. 

Corridor trains are not common in India. Each first 
class compartment holds four sleeping berths. Separ- 
ate accommodation is supplied for ladies and gentle- 
men. It is rarely possible, therefore, for ladies to 
travel in the same compartment as their husbands. 

Meals and refreshments are provided in Refreshment 
Cars on all mail services or at Station Refreshment 
Rooms in the case of other trains. 



Bedding. 

Bedding is not supplied in trains and members 
travelling by these must be provided with such as 
is usually carried in a valise. In Northern India in 
winter (at the time of the Congress) the temperature 
at night is low and at least two blankets are necessary. 

Bedding can be hired from Thomas Cook & Son, 
Ltd., but it is advisable for delegates who intend to do 
this to give warning beforehand. 

Soap and towels should be included in the luggage. 



Personal Clothing. 

For North India warm clothing for the evenings and 
the early mornings is essential. This is especially so in 
the hills, visits to which are being paid in both the Nor- 
thern and Southern tours. For the plains of Southern 
India cotton or silk should be provided. 

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Washing. 

Washing can be done at short notice in the large 
towns only. 

Luggage. 

With the exception of bedding, small hand luggage 
and suit cases, passengers' luggage is weighed and large 
pieces are carried in the van. 

The free allowance is as follows : 

1st Class passenger 1^ maunds (120 Ibs.) 

2nd Class passenger 30 seers (60 Ibs.) 

RAILWAY STATIONS AND 

STEAMER WHARFS. 
Calcutta. 

Railway Stations. 

Hozvrah. Twenty minutes by taxi from hotels across 
the Hooghly Howrah Bridge. (Bridge closed 
at certain hours; see Thacker's Weekly guide). 
Trains by East Indian and Great Indian Penin- 
sula Railways for North India, Bombay, South 
India. 

Scaldah. In N. E. of City. Twenty minutes by 
taxi from hotels. 

Trains by Eastern Bengal Railway for Darjeel- 
ing, Assam, etc. 

Wharfs. 

Outram Ghat. Ten minutes by taxi from hotels. 
Steamers for Rangoon, Madras, Colombo. 

Garden Reach & Kiddcrporc Docks. About half an 
hour by taxi from hotels. 

Bombay. 

Raihvay Stations. 

Victoria Terminus. North end of Hornby Road. 
Fifteen minutes by taxi from hotels. 
Trains by G. I. P. Railway to North India, 
Madras and Calcutta. 

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Colaba. South end of Fort. Fifteen minutes by 
taxi from hotels. 

Trains to North India by Bombay, Baroda and 
Central India Railway. 

Bollard Pier. Fifteen minutes by taxi from hotels. 
P. & O. and other ocean steamers. 

Madras. 

Raihvay Stations. 

Central. Ten minutes by taxi from hotels. 

Trains for Calcutta, Bombay, Ootacamund and 
Mysore etc., by Madras and S. Mahratta and 
South Indian Railways. 

Egmore. Fifteen minutes by taxi from hotels. 

Trains by S. Indian Railway for Colombo and 
South India. 

Harbour. Half an hour by taxi from hotels. 

Steamers for Colombo, Penang, Calcutta and 
Rangoon. 



TIME (STANDARD) OF ARRIVAL AND 
DEPARTURE OF CHIEF MAIL TRAINS. 

Departure. Arrival. 

Calcutta (Howrah) to Delhi and 

Punjab . . . . 20-06 7-06 

Calcutta (Howrah) to Bombay 19-10 16-36 

to Bombay 15-06 7-06 

to Madras 16-15 10-43 

(Sealdah) to Darjeeling 19-06 12-50 

toShillong 15-32 18-19 

Bombay (Victoria) to Calcutta 19-30 16-36 

15-06 7-00 
to Delhi and 

Punjab . . 13-15 
(Colaba) to Delhi and 

Punjab .. 16-30 

(Victoria) to Madras . . 22-00 7-35 
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Madras (Central) to Bombay . . 21-05 6-45 

to Calcutta 20-00 10-43 

(Egmore) to Colombo 20-40 8-13 

Colombo to Madras 19-00 7-00 

Standard (Madras) time is observed by all railway * 
throughout India. 

Local time is observed in the large cities and varies 
according to situation. 

Calcutta time is 24 minutes in advance of standard 
time. 



STEAMER SAILINGS. 

The dates of Steamer Sailings, with certain excep- 
tions, are subject to considerable fluctuations. The 
latest information on this subject can be obtained from 
Thos. Cook & Son, Ltd., at the Information Bureau. 



CHIEF HOTELS. 

Calcutta. Rangoon. 

The Grand. The Strand. 
The Great Eastern. 

The Continental. Delhl - 

Spence's. Hotel Cecil. 

Bombay. Maiden's. 

The Taj. Lahore. 

The Majestic. Nedou's. 

The Grand. Hotel Cecil. 

Watson's. Faletti's. 

Madras. Agra. 

Spencer's. Laurie's. 

The Connemara. Hotel Cecil. 

CHIEF CLUBS. 
Calcutta. 

The Turf Club. Racing. 

The Bengal Club. Residential. 

The United Service Club. Residential. 

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The 'Calcutta Club. Residential. 
Tollygunge Club. Golf and Racing. 
Saturday Club. Social. 
Royal Tollygunge Club. Golf. 
The New Club. Social. 

Bombay. 

Byculla Club. Social. 

Yacht Club. Social. 

Willingdon Club. Social and Athletic (Golf). 

Bombay 'Club. Residential. 

Gymkhana. Social; Tennis. 

Madras. 

Madras Club. Residential. 

Adyar Club. Social, Golf and Tennis. 

Rangoon. 

The Pegu Club. 

The Gymkhana Club. Social. 



CONSULATES. 
-(The numbers in brackets are telephone numbers). 

/America. 

Calcutta, Mr. Julius I. Lay, 9-10, Esplanade 

Mansions. (Calcutta 250). 
Bombay, Jehangir Wadia Building, Esplanade Road. 

(20472). 

'France. 

Calcutta, Mons. L. E. R. Laronce, 2, Auckland 

Place. 
Bombay, CufTe Parade, Colaba. (24464). 

^Germany. 

Calcutta, 2, Store Road, Ballygunge. (Calcutta 
5256). 

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Italy. 

Calcutta, 13-1, Government Place, E. (Calcutta 
4215). 

Japan. 

Calcutta, 7, London Street. (Calcutta 582) and 
26-27, Dalhousie Square. (Calcutta 4041). 

Netherlands. 

Calcutta, E-l, Clive Buildings. (Calcutta 806). 
Madras, Best and Co., First Line Beach. 
Rangoon, Massink and Co. 

Si am. 

Calcutta, Clive Buildings, 8, Clive Street. (Calcutta 
4620). 

Cuba. 

Bienvenide Martinez, 5, Dalhousie Square. (4th 
floor). 

Portugal. 

Gregory C. Moses, 10, Old .Post Office Street. 
(1st floor). 

N.B. As there are other exchanges, " Calcutta " is 
part of the Telephone call. 



CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE. 
Indian Coinage. 

The coinage in use throughout India is as follows : 

12 pies (hardly ever seen) = 1 anna. 
16 annas = 1 rupee. 

The common currency notes are for Rupees five, ten, 
fifty and one hundred. It is sometimes difficult to 
cash notes of Rs. 100 and over in Provinces other 
than those of their origin. Silver coins are the rupee, 
8-anna, 4-anna and 2-anna pieces. Nickel coins are 

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for 4 annas (six sided), 2 annas (square) and 1 anna 
(wavy margin). The common copper coin is the pice 
(3 pies). 

Exchange. 

The following is the approximate value of foreign 
coinage in Indian Rupees. 



American 


100 


dollars 


= Rs. 


277-J 


French 


910 


francs 


= Rs. 


100 


Japanese 


100 


yen 


= Rs. 


131 


Siamese 


100 


ticuls 


i= Rs. 


12H 


Chinese < 


Hongkong 
Shanghai 


100 dollars 
100 taels 


= Rs. 
=: Rs. 


136 
173 


Java 


90 


guilders 


= Rs. 


100 


Singapore 


100 


.dollars 


zn Rs. 


156 


English 


1 




= Rs. 


13 1 


German 


151 


marks 


= Rs. 


100 



INDIAN WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

1 tola (approx. 2| tolas 1 oz). 

5 tolas 1 chittack ( 2 oz.). 

16 chittacks 1 seer ( 2 Ibs.). 

40 seers 1 maund ( 80 Ibs.). 

1 rupee weighs 1 tola 

Fluid measure is usually in seers (e.g., milk, a seer 
is nearly pint). 



POSTAL, TELEGRAPH AND MONEY ORDER 
RATES, ETC. 

Inland Postage Rates. 

Letters not over 2 tolas (1 ounce), 1 anna. Every 
additional 2J tolas or fraction thereof, 1 anna. 

Postcards single, \ anna; reply, 1 anna. 

Book Packets every 5 tolas (2 ounces) or fraction 
thereof ^ anna. 

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Parcels not over 20 tolas (8 ounces), 2 annas; 
40 tolas (16 ounces) or every additional 40 tolas 
to 440 tolas (11 Ibs.), 3 annas. Over 440, but 
not over 480 tolas, Rs. 3. Every additional 
40 tolas to 800 tolas, 4 annas. Parcels over 
20 Ibs. (800 tolas) not received at Post Office. 

Registration, 2 annas; Insurance, 2 annas per 
100 rupees. 

Foreign Postage Rates. 

Letters United Kingdom and British Possessions in 
postal union, for first ounce, 2 annas, each 
succeeding ounce, or fraction, 1^ annas. 

All other countries (except Ceylon and Portuguese 
India which have inland rates), for first ounce, 
3 annas, succeeding ounces, 1J annas. 

Postcards single, 1^ annas, reply, 3 annas. 

Printed Papers (including books). For each 
2 ounces, ^ anna. 

Parcels rates vary. See Foreign Post Directory in 
Post and Telegraph Guide. 

Registration 3 annas. 

Telegraph Rates. 

Inland. For first 12 words, ordinary, 12 annas; 
express, Rs. 1-8. Each additional word ordi- 
nary, one anna, express, two annas. 

Foreign. Special Rates. 

Money Orders for which payment is made at an 
Indian .Post Office, can be sent for sums not 
exceeding Rs. 600 in one order at a fee of 
2 annas for Rs. 10, or 4 annas for Rs. 25 or 
each additional Rs. 25. 

Value Payable (V. P.) articles are commonly sent 
by shops, etc., payment for which is made at 
.time of receipt of goods by post. In case of 
goods sent by rail the post delivers the railway 
receipt, which is then used by the consignee to 
recover goods from the railway. 

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BANKS. 

(The numbers in brackets are P. O. Box numbers). 
Allahabad Bank, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 6, Royal Exchange place. (165). 
Bombay, Allahabad Bank Building, Apollo Street. 

(282). 
Rangoon, 26, Merchant Street. 

American Express Co. 

Calcutta, 14, Government Place. 
Bombay, 4, Bankshall Street. (507). 

Bank of Taiwan, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 2 and 3, Clive Row. 
Central Bank of India, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 100, Clive Street. 
Bombay, Esplanade Road, Fort. 
Rangoon, 62-63, Merchant Street. (525). 

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. 

Calcutta, Chartered Bank Buildings, Clive Street. 

(40). 

Bombay, Esplanade Road. 
Madras, P. O. Box No. 58. 
Rangoon, 76, Phayre Street. (56). 

Eastern Bank, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 9, Clive Street. 

Bombay, Corner, Church Street and Hornby Road. 
(219). 

Qrlndlay and Co. 

Calcutta, 11, Hastings Street. 
Bombay, Nicol Road, Ballard Estate. 

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. 

Calcutta, 31, Dalhousie Square, S. 

Bombay, 49, Church Gate Street, Fort. (602). 

Rangoon, 19, Merchant Street. 

rmperlal Bank of India. (Branches everywhere in large 

towns). 

Calcutta, 3, Strand Road. (110). 
Bombay, Apollo Street. 
Madras, Mount Road. 

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Karachi, McLeod Road. (1). 
Rangoon, Strand Road. (135). 
Delhi, Chandni Chowk. 

Lloyds Bank, Ltd. 

Calcutta, Cox's Branch, 101-1, Clive Street. (306). 
King's Branch, 4-5 Koila Ghat Street. (233). 
Bombay, Cox's Building, Hornby Road. 
Rangoon, 18, Strand Road. (138). 

Mercantile Bank of India, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 8, Clive Street. ( 16) . 
Bombay, 52, Esplanade Road. (128). 
Madras, First Line Beach. (11). 
Rangoon, 18, Merchant Street. (349). 

National Bank of India, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 104, Clive Street. 

Bombay, Bombay Beach, Esplanade Road. (141). 

Madras, First Line Beach. 

Karachi, McLeod Road. (12) . 

Rangoon, 3-C, Phayre Street. (151). 

National City Bank of New York (International Banking 

Corporation). 

Calcutta, 4, Clive Street. 

Bombay, 12-14, Church Gate Street. 

Nederlandsche Handel-MaatschapplJ. 

Calcutta, 8, Royal Exchange Place. 
Rangoon, 61, Merchant Street. (125). 

Netherlands India Commercial Bank. 

Calcutta, 26-27, Dalhousie Square. 

Thomas Cook and Son, Ltd. 

Calcutta, 4, Dalhousie Square. (26). 
Bombay, Cook's Buildings, Hornby Road. (46). 
Rangoon, 10, P'hyare Street. (78). 
Delhi, 4, Kashmere Gate. 

Yokohama Specie Bank. 

Calcutta, 102-1, Clive Street. (406). 
Bombay, Albert Buildings. Hornby Road, Fort, 
(207). 

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Peninsular and Oriental Banking Corporation. 

Calcutta, Fairlie Place. 
Bombay, P. O. Box No. 42. 

TAXI AND GHARRI CHARGES. 
Calcutta. 

Taxis annas 8 for first mile, annas 2 for each 

subsequent -J mile. 

Detention 2 annas for each 4 minutes. 
Carriages 1st Class, 8 annas for first mile; 6 annas 

for every additional mile. 
First hour .. . . Rs. 1 8 

Subsequent hour . . . . Re. 12 

Half day (5 hours) . . Rs. 4 

Whole day (9 hours) . . Rs. 7 

Bombay. 

Taxis 8 annas per mile; 2 annas for each sub- 
sequent ^ mile. 

There is also a special distance tariff, which must 
be shown by the driver at any time demanded. 

Madras. 

Day 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., 10 annas per mile; 2 annas 

every subsequent 1|5 mile, 
Night 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., 12 annas per mile; 2 annas 

for every subsequent 1(6 mile. 
Detention 2 annas each 4 minutes. 
Minimum Charge Re. 1. 
Luggage annas 2 per package over 20 Ibs. 

Lahore. 

Carriages 

First hour .. . . Rs. 1 4 

Subsequent hour . . . . Re. 12 

To Shalimar or Shahdara and 

back . . . . Rs. 2 

Each hour of detention . . Re. 12 

Delhi. 

Taxis annas 12 per mile. 
Carriages (Gharris) 
1st Class- 
First Hour , . 10 annas. 
Whole day . . 5 rupees. 
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6 annas. 
3-8 rupees. 



Class I 
Class II 
Class I 
Class II 
Class I 
Class II 


Rs. 4. 
Rs. 3. 
Rs. 6. 
Rs. 4-8. 
Rs. 8. 
Rs. 6. 



2nd Class 

First Hour . . 

Whole day . . 

Or 
To Humayun's Tomb 

or Safdarjung. 
To Okhla or New 

Cantonment. 

To Kutab. 



LANGUAGES. 

The Lingua Franca of India is Hindustani (Urdu) 
which is spoken by the educated classes, among whom 
English is also very widely spoken. In different parts 
of India the common language amongst the people is 
variously Bengali (Hindi), Urdu, Punjabi, Tamil, etc. 
(For a simple guide to Urdu see " A Pocket Book of 
Colloquial Hindustani " by Lieut-Col. G. S. Ranking). 

Vocabulary. 

a (short) pronounced as u in run. 

a (long) as a in father, 

i (short) as i in it. 

I (long) as ee in seen. 

1. Arrival. 

Go to the Grand Hotel. Grand Hotel ko jao. 

Bring my luggage to the Mera saman Grand Hotel 

Grand Hotel. ko le ao. 

I want a dhobi (washer- Mere vaste ek dhobi lao. 

man). 

Bring the clothes on Kapre somvar ko lao. 

Monday. 

How much to pay? Kitna dam dena hai? 

Bring (tea). Lao (cha). 



2. Numerals. 

One 

Two 

Three 

Four 

Five 

Six 

Seven 



Ek. 
Do. 
Tin. 
Char. 
Panch. 
Chhae. 
Sat. 
One Hundred 



Eight 

Nine 

Ten 

Twenty 

Thirty 

Forty 

Fifty 

Ek sau. 



Rth. 

Nau. 

Das. 

Bis. 

Tis. 

Chalis. 

Pachas. 



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3. Days of the Week. 

Sunday Itvar. 

Monday Somvar. 

Tuesday Mangalvar. 

Wednesday Budhvar. 

Thursday Jumerat. 

Friday Shukrvar. 

Saturday Sanicharvar. 

To-day Aj. 

To-morrow Kal (dusra din jo aye ga). 

Yesterday Kal (Din jo chala gaya 

hai). 

4. Expedition. 

Bring a motor car. Ek motor ghari lao. 

Quickly. Jaldi. 

Slowly. * Ahistah. 

Go to the Imperial Bank. Imperial Bank k5 jao. 

Wait for me. Men intizar karo. 

Come at 2 o'clock. Do baje ao. 

When is dinner? Rat ka khana kitne baja 

ho ga? 
Wake me at 6 o'clock Kal subah mujh ko chhae 

to-morrow. baje jaga dena. 

Bring my bill. Mera bill lao. 

Go away. Chale jao. 

Wait for an answer. Jawab ke vaste thairo. 

Yes. Han.^ 

No, Nahin. 

Who are you? Turn kaun ho? 

Take this letter to Yeh chitti Medical College 

the Medical College. ko le jao. 

6. Meals, etc. 

Early morning tea. Chota Hazri. 

Breakfast. Hazri. 

Lunch. Tiffin. 

Tea. Cha. 

Dinner. Rat ka khana. 

Drinking water. Pine ka pani. 

Hot water. Gar am pani. 

Cold water. Thanda pani. 

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II 

OFFICE BEARERS 



Patron. 

Hii Excellency the Right Hon*ble Edward Frederick Lindley Wood* 
Baron Irwin of Kirby Underdale, G.M.S.I., G,M.!.E., Viceroy 
and Governor-General of India. 



Vice- Patrons. 

His Excellency The Right Hon'ble VISCOUNT GOSCHEN, 
G.C.I.E., C.B.E., V.D., the Governor of Madras. 

His Excellency Lt.-Col. The Right Hon'ble SIR LESLIE ORME 
WILSON, P.C., G.C.I.E., C.M.G., D.S.O., the Governor of 
Bombay. 

His Excellency Lt.-Col. The Right Hon'ble SIR FRANCIS 
STANLEY JACKSON, P.C., G.C.I.E., the Governor of Bengal. 

His Excellency Field-Marshal SIR WILLIAM BIRDYVOOD, Bart. t 
G.C.B, G.C.M.G, K.C.S.L, C.I.E., D.S.O., Commander "in- 
Chief in India. 

His Excellency SIR WILLIAM SINCLAIR MARRIS, K.C.S.L, 
K.C.I. E., the Governor of the United Provinces of Agra and 
Oudh. 

His Excellency SIR WILLIAM MALCOLM HAILEY, B.A., K.C.S.L, 
C.I.E., I.C.S., the Governor of the Punjab. 

His Excellency SIR HUGH LANSDOWN STEPHENSON, K.C.S.I., 
K.C.I.E., I.C.S., the Governor of Bihar and Orissa. 

His Excellency SIR SPENCER HARCOURT BUTLER, G.C.I.E., 
K.C.S.L, I.C.S., the Governor of Burma. 

His Excellency SIR MONTAGU SHERARD DAWES BUTLER, M.A., 
K.C.S.I., C.B., C.I.E., C.V.O., C.B.E., I.C.S., the Governor 
of the Central Provinces and Berar. 

His Excellency SIR EGBERT LAURIE LUCAS HAMMOND, K.C.S.L, 
C.B.E., the Governor of Assam. 

His Highness SIR SAYAJI RAO GAEKWAR, G.C.S.L, G.C.I.E., 
the Maharaja of Bar odd State. 

His Highness SIR HARISINGH BAHADUR, K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O., 
the Maharaja 'of Jammu and Kashmir State. 

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His Highness Major-General SIR SRI GANGA SINGHTI 
BAHADUR, G.C.S.L, G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., G.B.E., K.C.B., 
A.D.C., LL.D., the Maharajadhiraj of Bikaner State. 

His Highness Major-General SIR BHUPENDRA SINGH, 
MOHINDIR BAHADUR, G.C.I.E., G.C.S.L, G.C.V.O., G.C.B.E., 
the Maharajadhiraj of Patiala State. 

His Highness Major UMAID SINGHJI SAHEB BAHADUR, 
K.C.S.I., K.C.V.O., the Raj Rajeswar Maharajadhiraj of 
Jodhpur State. 

His Highness I^t.-Col. SIR UDAIBHAN SINGH LOKINDARA 
BAHADUR, K.C.S.L, K.C.V.O., the Maharajadhiraj a Rana of 
Dholpur State. 

His Highness Lt.-Col. . SIR PRABHU NARAIN SINGH BAHADUR, 
G.C.S.I., G.C.I E., the Maharaja of Benares State. 

His Highness SIR BHAWANI SINGH BAHADUR, K.C.S.I., 
M.R.A.S., the Maharaja Rana of Jhalazvar State. 

His Highness GEORGE JEEVAJEE RAO, SCINDHIA, ALIJAH 
BAHADUR, G.C.I.E., the Thakor Saheb of Gondal State. 

His Highness The Hon'ble SIR RAMESHWARA SINGH, G.C.I.E., 
K.B.E., Maharajadhiraja of Darbhanga State. 

Raja SRI KRISHNA CHANDRA GAJAPATI NARAYANA DEO, Raja 
of Parlakimedi State. 

The Hon'ble SIR BASH, PHIIAOT BLACKETT, K.C.B., K.C.S.I., 
Finance Member, Government of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Khan Bahadur SIR MUHAMMAD HABIBUWAH 
SAHIB BAHADUR, K.C.I.E., Kt, Member for Education 
Health and Lands, Government of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble SIR BHUPENDRA NATH MITRA, K.C.I.E., C.B.E., 
Member for Industries and Labour, Government of India 
Delhi. * 

The Hon'ble Mr. J. CRERAR, C.S.I., C.I.E., I.C.S., the Home 
Member, Government of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble MR. S. R. DAS, Bar-at-law, the Laiv Member, 
(jovernmcnt of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble SIR GEORGE RAINY, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., Member 

for Railways and Commerce, Government of India, Delhi. 
His Excellency the Naval Commander-in-Chief. 



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Raines or Officers. 

President. 

Major-General T. H. SYMONS, C.S.I., O.B.E., K.H.S., I.M.S., 

Director-General, Indian Medical Service. 

Vice-President. 

Colonel J. D. GRAHAM, C.I.E., I.M.S., Public Health Commis- 
sioner with the Government of India. 

Colonel S. R CHRISTOPHERS, C.I.E., O.B.E., F.R.S., K.H.P., 
I. M.S., Direct or , Central Research Institute. 

General Secretary-Treasurer. 

DR. O. DEGGELLKR. 

General Organising Secretary for the 7th Congress. 
Lt.-Col. J. CUNNINGHAM, I.M.S. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. 

Lt.-Col. A. D. STEWART, I.M.S. 



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HONORARY OFFICE BEARERS. 

HONORARY ADVISERS, 
Government of India. 

Lt.-General Sir E. H. Atkinson, K.B.E., C.B., C.M.G., C.I.E., 
Master General of Supply, Army Headquarters, Simla. 

Mr. Joseph Baptista, B.A., LL.B., Bar-at-law, Matharpakady, 

Mazagaon, Bombay. 
The Hon'ble Mr. W. R. Barker, C.B., Chairman, Public Services 

'Commission, Home Department, Government of India, Delhi, 

Mr. J. W. Bhore, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Education, 
Health and Lands Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

Sir Archy Birkmyre, Bart, C.B.E., 6, Clive Row, Calcutta. 
The Hon'ble Sir Norman Bolton, K.C.I.E., C.S.L, I.C.S., Chief 
Commissioner, North West Frontier Province, Peshawar. 

Sir Denys de S. Bray, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., C.B.E., Foreign Secretary, 
Foreign and Political Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. F. L. Brayne, C.I.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Finance 
Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

Mr. A. H. Byrt, Times of India, Bombay. 

Dr. M. B. Cameron, M.A., B.Sc., D.Litt., Vice-Chancellor, Luck- 
now University, Lucknow. 

Mr. J. Coatman, I. P., Director of Public Information with the 
Government of India in the Home Department, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Sir Geoffrey Corbett, K.B.E., C.I.E., J.P., I.C.S., 
Secretary, Department of Commerce, Government of India, 
Delhi. 

Sir David Ezra, 59, Ezra Street, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Sir Maneckji Dadabhoy, K.C.I. E., Kt., Bar-at-Law, 
Nagpur. 

The Hon'ble Sir Geoffrey Fitzhervey de Montmorency, B.A., 
K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O., C.B.E., Vice-chancellor, Punjab University, 
Lahore. 

Mr. C. C. Demetriadi, c|o. Messrs. Ralli Bros., Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. H. A. J. Gidney, I.M.S. (retd.), Member, Legislative 
Assembly, Calcutta. 

Sir Hari Singh Gour, M.A., D.Litt., C.L., LL.D., M.L.A., Nagpur. 

The Hon'ble Mr. L. Graham, C.I.E., M.L.A., I.C.S., Secretary, 
Legislative Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Mr. H. G. Haig, C.I.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Home 
Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

Captain E. J. Headlam, C.S.I., C.M.G., D.S.O., R.I.M., Director, 
Royal Indian Marine, Bombay. 

The Hon'ble Sir Benjamin Herbert Heald. M.A., V.D., I.C.S., 
Vice-Chancellor, Rangoon University, Mandalay. 

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Sir Clement Hindley, Kt., Chief Commissioner of Railways, 

Government of India, Delhi. 
R. B. Sir Onkar Mall Jatia, Kt., O.B.E., 21, Roop Chand Roy 

Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. Byramjee Jeejeebhoy, J.P., Sheriff of Bombay, Alice Build- 
ings, Hornby Road, Bombay. 

Mahamahopadya Pt. Ganga Nath Jha, M.A., D.Litt, I.E.S., Vice- 
Chancellor, Allahabad University, Allahabad. 

Nawab Bahadur Hyder Nawaz Jung, Vice-Chancellor, Oosmania 

University, Hyderabad State. 
K. B. Nawab Sir Mazmminullah Khan, K.C.I.E., O.B.E., Vice- 

Chancellor, Aligarh University, Aligarh. 

Mr. G. H. Langley, M.A., Vice-Chancellor, Dacca University, Dacca. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. H. Ley, C.S.I., C.I.E., C.B.E., I.C.S., Mem- 
ber, Public Services Commission, Government of India, Delhi. 

Mr. R. Littlehailes, C,I.E., M.A., Educational Commissioner with 
the Government of India, Delhi. 

Mr. J. A. MacBean, c(o. Messrs. Shaw Wallace & Co., 4, Bank- 
shall Street, Calcutta. 

Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya, B.A., LL.B., Vice-Chancellor, 
Benares Hindu University, Benares. 

Mr. A. C. McWatters, C.I.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Department of 
Industries and Labour, Government of India, Delhi. 

Sir Rajendra Nath Mookerjee, K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O., 6 & 7, Clive 
Street, Calcutta. 

Sir Alexander R. Murray, C.B.E., Jardine Skinner & Co., Cal- 
cutta. 
Mr. W. D, Panton, 8, Clive Row, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Mr. V. J. Patel, President, Legislative Assembly, 
Delhi. 

Sir Ibrahim Rahimtulla, K.C.S.I., Pedder Road, Cumballa Hill, 
Bombay. 

Mr. C. R. Reddy, M.A., Vice-Chancellor, Andhra University, 
Bezwada. 

Dr. U. Rama Ran, 323, Th'ambu Chetty Street, Madras. 

The Hon'ble Mr. L. W. Reynolds, C.I.E., M.C., Chief Commis- 
sioner, Ajmer-Merwara, Ajmer. 

Mr. K. C. Roy, C.I.E., Director, Associated Press of India, Delhi. 
R. B. Moti Sagar, B.A., LL.B., Vice-Chancellor, Delhi Univer- 
sity, Delhi. 

Air Vice-Marshal Sir W. G. H. Salmond, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., D.S.O., 
Air Officer Commanding, Headquarters, Royal Air Force, Simla. 

Mr. H. A. Sams, C.I.E., I.C.S., Director-General of Posts and 

Telegraphs, Delhi. 
Mr. Jadu Nath Sarkar, Vice-Chancellor, Calcutta University, 

Calcutta. 

Dr. Brajandranath Seal, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc., Vice-Chancellor, 
Mysore University, Mysore. 

The Hon'ble Sir Henry Moncrieff Smith, Kt., C.I.E., President, 
Council of State, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. M. Stow, O.B.E., I.C.S., Chief Commissioner, 
Delhi. 

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Sir Purshotamdas Thakurdas, Kt., C.I.E., M.B.E., M.L.A., Mala- 
bar Castle, Ridge Road, Malabar Hill, Bombay. 

Mr. E. Villiers, F-l, Clive Biddings, Calcutta. 

Sir Dinshaw E. Wacha, Kt, Jiji House, Ravelin St., Fort, Bombay. 

AJMER-MERWARA. 

Mr. C. H. Condon, Engineer-in-Chief, B. B. & C. I. Railway, Ajmer. 
Mr. E. C. Gibson, I.C.S., Commissioner, Ajmer-Merwara. 

Mr. F. A. Leslie Jones, M.A., C.B.E., Principal, Mayo College, 
Ajmer. 

K. S. Abdul Wahid Khan, President of the Dargah Khwaja Sahib 

Committee, Ajmer. 
Sahibzada Abdul Wahid Khan, Bar-at-Law, Additional District and 

Sessions Judge, Ajmer-Merwara. 

R. S. Thakur Bijai Singh, Rao Sahib of Masuda. 

ASSAM. 

Maulavi Keramat AH, Member of Legislative Council, Jorhat. 
Khan Bahadur Alauddin Ahmed Chaudhuri, Maulvi Bazar, Sylhet. 
Raj Bahadur Ramani Mohan Das, Sylhet. 
Rai Bahadur Nilambor Datta, Dibrugarh. 

The Hon'ble Maulavi Abdul Hamid, President, Legislative Coun- 
cil, Assam, Shillong. 

H. H. the Maharaja Chura Chand Singh, C.B.E., Manipur. 
Mr. A. F. Stuart, Kumbhir P. 0., District Cachar. 
Mr. D. S. Withers, Mariani, District Sibsagar. 

BENGAL. 

Sir John Bell, Kt., 16, Strand Road, Calcutta. 
Mr. C. Carrgll, Agent, Bengal N'agpur Railway, Calcutta. 
Mr, B. Chakravarti, M.A., Bar-at-Law, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Raja Manmatha Nath Ray Chaudhri, M.L.C. of San- 
tosh, President, Bengal Legislative Council, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Nawab Bahadur Saiyid Nawab AH Chaudhuri, K.B., 
C.I.E., Khan Bahadur of Dhanbari. 

Mr. G. G. Dey, M.I.E., Secretary to the Government of Bengal, 
Public Works Department, Calcutta. 

Mr. J. G. Drummond, I.C.S., Secretary to the Government of 
Bengal, Local Self Government Department, Calcutta. 

Brigadier General G. L. Colvin, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., Agent, 
East Indian Railway, Calcutta. 

Mr. Guru Saday Dutt, I.C.S ; , Secretary to the Government of 
Bengal, Department of Agriculture and Industries, Calcutta. 

Mr. B. E. G. Eddis, President of the Bengal Chamber of Com- 
merce, 2, Clive Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. A. K. Abu Ahmed Khan Ghuznavi, Calcutta. 

Raja Reshee Case Law, President, Bengal National Chamber of 
Commerce, 20, Strand Road, Calcutta. 

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Mr. J. H. Lindsay, I.C.S., Secretary to the Government of Ben- 
gal, Department of Education, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Mr. Alexander Marr, C.I.E., I.C.S., Member of the 
Executive Council, Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Sir Provash Chandra Mitter, Minister, Government of Bengal, 
Writers' Buildings, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. N. Moberly, C.I.E., I.C.S., Member of the 
Executive Council, Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Maharaja Kshaunish Chandra Ray Bahadur of Nadia, 
Member of Legislative Council, Bengal, Calcutta. 

Mr. N. Pearce, Agent, Eastern Bengal Railway, Calcutta, 

Mr. W. D. R. Prentice, I.C.S., Chief Secretary to the Government 
of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Mr. A. de C. Williams, I.C.S., Secretary to the Government of 
Bengal, Legislative Department, Calcutta. 

Mr. C. Addams Williams, C.I.E., Secretary to the Government of 
Bengal, Irrigation Department, Calcutta. 

Mr. S. C. Stuart Williams, Chairman of the Calcutta Port Com- 
missioners, Calcutta. 

Mr. J. A. Woodhead, I.C.S., Secretary to the Government of 
Bengal, Finance, Commerce and Marine Departments, Calcutta. 

BIHAR & ORISSA. 

Maulavi Saiyid Mubarak Ali, Member Legislative Council, Bihar 

and Orissa, Patna. 
The Hon'ble S'ir Saiyid Muhammad Fakhr-ud-Din, Kt., Minister 

for Education, Government of Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

Mr. G. E. Fawcus, Director of Public Instruction, Bihar and 

Orissa, Patna. 
Mr. D. C. Gupta, Director of Industries, Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

Mr. H. E. Horsfield, I.C.S., Secretary to the Government, Bihar 
and Orissa, Local Self Government Department, Pa^na. 

The Hon'ble Sir Basanta Kumar Mullick, Kt., Acting Chief 
Justice of the Patna High Court, Patna. 

Khan Bahadur Khwaja Muhammad Nur, President, Legislative 
Council, Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

The Hon'ble Bahu Ganesh Dutt Singh, Minister of Local Self 
Government, Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

The Hon'ble Mr. Kesava Prasad Singh, Vice-President of the 
Bihar and Orissa Executive Council, Patna. 

BOMBAY. 

Dr. S. S. Batlivala, President of the Bombay Municipality, Bombay. 
Mr. R. M. Chinoy, Bombay. 

Khan Bahadur Dr. N. H. Choksy, C.I.E., 12, Dubash Estate, 
Nepean Sea Road, Malabar Hill, Bombay. 

Dr. K. E. Dadachanji, Bombay. 

The Hon'ble Dewan Bahadur Harilal D. Desai, B.A., LL.B., 

Minister to the Government of Bombay, Bombay: 
Dr. D. A, D'Monte, Summit View, Bandra, Bombay. 

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The Hon'ble Sir Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah, Kt., B.A., LL.B., 
J.P., Minister to the Government of Bombay, Bombay. 

Sir Leslie Hudson, Kt., Member, Legislative Council, Bombay. 

Sir C. y. Mehta, Kt., M.A., LL.B., Member of the Executive 

Council, Government of Bombay, Bombay. 
Sir Temulji Nariman, Kt, Hornby Road, Fort; Bombay. 
Sir N". N. Wadia, Kt., Bombay. 

BURMA. 

Mr. Mohamed Auzam, Bar-at-Law, Member, Legislative Council, 
Burma, Rangoon. 

The Hon'ble Mr. Justice P. N. Chari, B.A., B.L., Judge, High 
Court, Rangoon. 

Mr. Adamjee Hajee Dawood, M.L.C., Mogul Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. U. Ba Dun, Bar-at-Law, Secretary, Burma Legislative Coun- 
cil, Rangoon. 

The Hon'ble Sir J. A. Maung Gyi, Kt., Bar-at-Law, Member of 
the Executive Council of the Governor of Burma, Rangoon. 

The Hon'ble Sir William J. Keith, Kt., C.I.E., M.A., I.C.S., Vice- 
President of the Executive Council of the Governor of Burma, 
Rangoon. 

Rao Bahadur S. R. Reddiar, 62, 32nd Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Daw Kin Thet Tin, No. 6, Bagaya % Phongyi Road, Kern- 

mendine, Rangoon. 
The Hon'ble Mr. Lee Ah Yain, K.I.H., Bar-at-Law, Minister to 

the Government of Burma, Rangoon. 
The Hon'ble Mr. U. Ba. Yin, B.M., Ch.B., Minister to the 

Government of Burma, Rangoon. 

CENTRAL PROVINCES. 

Mr. R. H. Beckett, B.Sc., I. E.S.,. Director of Public Instruction 
and Secretary to the Government, Central Provinces, in the 
Education Department, Nagpur. 

The Hon'ble Sir S. M. Chitnavis, B.A., Kt., I.S.O., President, 
Legislative Council, Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

The Hon'ble Mr. R. M. Deshmukh, Bar-at-Law, Minister for 
Agriculture, Government of the Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

Pandit Sita Charan Dube, M.A., LL.B., Pleader, Hoshangabad. 

Sir Moropant Vishwanath Joshi, B.A., LL.B., K.C.I.E., Amraoti. 

Mr. Sorabji Bezonji Mehta, C.I.E., Nagpur. 

Mr. A. E. Nelson, C.I.E., O.B.E., I.C.S., Revenue and Finance 
Member to Govt., Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

The Hon'ble Mr. S. B. Tambe, B.A., LL.B., Home Member to 
Government, Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

DELHI. 
Mr. J. N 1 . G. Johnson, I.C.S., Deputy Commissioner, Delhi. 

R. S. Lala Ratan Lai, Head Master, Government High School, 
Delhi. 

R. B. Sohan 'Lai, Secretary, Municipal Committee, Delhi. 
R. B, Madho Pershad, Banker, Delhi. 

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M, Abdur Rahman, Vice-President, Delhi Municipal Committee, 

Delhi. 

I,. Sri Ram, Vice-President, Delhi Municipal Committee, Delhi. 
Mr. A. M. Rouse, C.I.E., Chief Engineer, Delhi. 

MADRAS. 

Sir P. S. Sivaswami Ayyar, Kt., Sudharama, Edward Elliots 

Road, Mylapore, Madras. 
Mr. Sami Venkatachelam Chetti, Strotten Muthiah Mudali Street, 

George Town, Madras. 

Sir M. Ct. Muthiah Chettiyar, Bedford House, Vepery, Madras. 
Mr. C. B. Cotterell, I.C.S., Secretary to Government, Local Self 

Government Department, Madras. 
Sir K. V. Reddi Nayudu, Lawders Gate Street, Purasawakkam, 

Madras. 
Dr, (Mrs.) Muthulakshmi Reddi, No. 6, Randall's Road, Vepery, 

Madras. 

The Bishop of Madras, Royapettah, Madras. 
The Hon'ble the Minister for Public Health, Government of 

Madras, Madras. 

The Hon'ble the Finance Member, Government of Madras, Madras. 
The President of the Madras Corporation, Madras. 
The Sheriff of Madras, High Court House, Madras. 
Mr. C. E. Wood, c|o. Parry & Co., Box 12, Madras. 

NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE. 
Rai Bahadur Karam Chand, O.B.E., Banker and Contractor, 

The Hon'ble Nawab Sir Sahibzada Abdul Qaiyum Khan, K.C.I.E., 
Peshawar City. 

PUNJAB. 

Raja Sir Gurbaksh Singh Bedi, Kt., C.I.E., Kallar, District 
Rawalpindi. 

The Hon'ble K. B. Chaudhuri Shahabad Din, B.A., LL.B., 
President, Punjab Legislative Council, Lahore. 

The Hon'ble Mian Sir Fazl-i-Husain, Kt., Revenue Member, 
Punjab Government, Lahore. 

Major Nawab Malik Talib Mehdi Khan, O.B.E., Member, Legis- 
lative Council, Punjab, Jhelum. 

Mr. Harkishan Lai, Bar-at-Law, 7, Ferozepore Road, Lahore. 

The Hon'ble Mr. Manohar Lai, Bar-at-Law, Minister for Edu- 
cation, Punjab Government, Lahore. 

Mr. A. Langley, C.S.I., C.I.E., I.C.S., Commissioner. Lahore 
Division, Lahore. 

Sir Sundar Singh Majithia, Kt., C.I.E., S.B., Amritsar. 

D. B. Raja Narendra Nath, M.L.C., Ferozepore Road, Lahore. 

The Hon'ble Malik Firoz Khan Noon, Bar-at-Law, Minister for 
Local Self Government, Lahore. 

The Hon'ble Sardar Jogindra Singh, Minister for Agriculture, 
Lahore. 

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UNITED PROVINCES. 

The Hon'ble Rai Rajeshwar Bali, B.A., O.B.E., Minister of Edu- 
cation, Government of the United Provinces, Lucknow. 

The Hon'ble Lieutenant Nawab Muhammad Ahmad Sa'id Khan, 
C.I.E., M.B.E., Home Member, Government of the United 
Provinces, Lucknow. 

The Hon'ble Thakur Rajendra Singh, Minister of Industries and 
Agriculture, Government of the United Provinces, Lucknow. 

The Hon'ble Nawab Muhammad Yusuf, Minister for Local Self 
Government, Government of the United Provinces, Lucknow. 

HONORARY SCIENTIFIC ADVISERS, 

Government of India. 

Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose, Kt., C.S.I., C.I.E., D.Sc., 93, Upper 
Circular Road, Calcutta. 

Professor Paul Bruhl, Botanical Laboratory, University College 
of Science, Calcutta. 

Mr. C C. Calder, B.Sc., F.L.S., Director, Botanical Survey of 
India, Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta. 

Dr. A. K. Christie, President of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta. 

Dr. D. Clouston, M.A., D.Sc., C.I.E., Agricultural Adviser to the 
Government of India and Director, Agricultural Research In- 
stitute, Pusa. 

Mr. T. B. Fletcher, R.N., F.E.S., F.Z.S., F.L.S., Imperial Ento- 
mologist, Pusa. 

Mr. F. C. Griffin, M.I.C.E., M.I.E., Executive Engineer to the 
Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Mr. D. G. Harris, C.I.E.. M.I.E., Consulting Engineer to the 
Government of India, Delhi. 

Mr. John Van Manen, Secretary to the Asiatic Society, Calcutta. 

Sir John Marshall, Kt., C.I.E., Litt.D., M.A., F.S.A., Director- 
General of Archaeology in India, Simla. 

Mr. C. W. B. Normand, Offg. Director-General of Observatories. 

Simla. 
Mr. H. E. Parker, Sanitary Engineer, Delhi Province, Delhi. 

Mr. E. H. Pascoe, M.A., Sc.D., B.Sc., F.G.S., F.A.S'.B., Director, 
Geological Survey of India, Calcutta. 

Dr. Ganesh Prasad, M.A.. D.Sc., Vice-President of the Indian 
Association for Cultivation of Science, Benares. 

Professor C. V. Raman, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., Honorary Secretary, 
Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Calcutta. 

Sir P. C. Ray, C.I.E., D.Sc., 93, Upper Circular Road, Calcutta. 
Mr, A. Rodger, O.B.E., Inspector-General of Forests, Dehra Dun. 
Lt-Col. R. B. Seymour Sewell, M.A., F.A.S.B., F.L.S., F.Z.S., 
I.M.S., Director, Zoological Survey of India, Calcutta. 

Sir M. Aurel S'tein, K.C.I.E., Ph.D., D.Litt, D.Sc., Archaeological 
Department, Government of India. 

Colonel Commandant E. A. Tandy, R.E., Surveyor General of 
India, Delhi. 

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Mr. J. S. Westerdale, B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., Sanitary Engineer to 
the Government of Madras, Madras. 

BIHAR AND ORISSA. 

Dr. K. S. Caldwell, M.A., Ph.D., F.C.S., Professor of Chemistry, 
Patna College, Patna. 

Mr. J. H. Walton, M.A,, M.Sc., Imperial Agricultural Bacterio- 
logist, Pusa. 

BOMBAY. 

Professor P. R. Awati, D.I.C., Professor of Zoology, Royal In- 
stitute of Science, Bombay. 

Rev. E. Blatter, S.J., Professor of Botany, St. Xavier's College, 
Cruickshank Road, Bombay. 

Dr. William Burns, D.Sc., Principal, Agricultural College, Poona 
and Economic Botanist to Government, Poona. 

Mr. K. R. Kanitkar, M.A., B.Sc., Principal, Fergusson College, 
Poona. 

Dr. A. N 1 . Meldrum, D.Sc., J.P., Professor of Organic Chemistry 
and Acting Principal, Royal Institute of Science, Bombay. 



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BURMA. 

Mr. C. G. Barnett, C.I.E., F.C.H., Chief Engineer, Public Works 
Department, Burma, Rangoon. 

Mr. R. D. Bartlett, F.S.I., Quantity Surveyor, Rangoon. 

Major W. N. Elgood, M.C., B.Sc., F.R.G.S., Lecturer in Engineer- 
ing, University College, Rangoon. 

Mr. Taw Sein Ko, C.I.E., I.S.O., M.R.A.S., Examiner in Chinese, 
" Underwood," Maymyo, Burma. 

Mr. A. McKerral, M.A., B.Sc., Director of Agriculture, Burma, 
Rangoon. 

Mr. F. J. Meggitt, M.Sc., Ph.D., F.Z.S., Professor of Biological 
Science, University of Rangoon, Rangoon. 

Mr. E. C. Niven, M.I.C.E., Chief Engineer, Port Trust, Rangoon. 
Mr. D. H. Peacock, M.A., M.Sc., F.I.C., F.C.S., Professor of 
Chemistry, Rangoon University, Rangoon. 

Mr. W. A. Robertson, F.R.G.S., Conservator of Forests, Utili- 
zation Circle, Rangoon. 

Mr. L. F. Taylor, B.A., F.R.G.S., F.R.A.I., Research Lecturer, 
University College, Rangoon. 

CENTRAL PROVINCES. 

Mr. M. A. Moghe, M.A., M.Sc., F.Z.S., Registrar, Nagpur Univer- 
sity, Nagpur. 

Mr. M. Owen, M.Sc., I.E.S., Principal, Victoria College of Science, 
Nagpur. 



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MADRAS. 

Mr. R. D. Anstead, C.I.E., Director of Agriculture, Madras. 

Dr. B. B. Dey, M.A., D.Sc., Professor of Chemistry, Presidency 
College, Madras. 

Mr. P. F. Fyson, M.A., Principal, Presidency College, Madras. 

Dr. M. O. Forester, Director, Indian Institute of Science, 
Bangalore. 

Mr. G. B. Hilson, B.Sc., Cotton Specialist, Research Institute, 
Coimbatore. 

Mr. Saadat Ullah Khan, B.A., B.Sc., Professor of Agriculture, 
Research Institute, Coimbatore. 

Dr. A. Moffat, M.A., LL.D., The Union Christian College, Alwaye. 

Rao Sahib Mr. Y. Ramachandra Rau, M.A., F.E.S., Government 
Entomologist, Research Institute, Coimbatore. 

Mr. B. Viswanath, F.I.C., F.C.S., Government Agricultural Chem- 
ist, Research Institute, Coimbatore. 

PUNJAB. 

Dr. N ; . Ahmed, B.A., Ph.D., Professor of Physics, Islamia Col- 
lege, Lahore. 

Mr. A. R. Astburj M.I.C.E., Chief Engineer, P.W.D., B. & R. 
Branch, Lahore. 

Dr. S. S. Bhatnagar, D.Sc., Director, Chemical Laboratory, Punjab 
University, Lahore. 

Professor H. B. Dunnicliff, M.A., D.Sc., Professor of Chemistry, 
Government College, Lahore. 

Mr. R. P. Hadow, C.I.E., A.M.I.C.E., Chief Engineer, Irrigation 
(Construction), Lahore. 

Dr. R. C. Rawlley, M.A., D.Sc., Director of Industries, Punjab, 
Lahore. 

UNITED PROVINCES. 

Dr. K. N. Bahl, M.S'c., D.Phil., Professor of Zoology, Allahabad 
University, Allahabad. 

Dr. D. R. Bhattacharya, D.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.M.S., F.Z.S., Dean, 
Faculty of Science, Allahabad University, Allahabad. 

Dr. N. R. Dhar, M.Sc., D.Sc., Professor of Chemistry, Allahabad 
University, Allahabad. 

Dr. Wali Mohammad, M.A., Ph.D., I.E.S., Professor of Physics, 
Lucknow University, Lucknow. 

Dr. M. N. Saha, D.Sc., F.R.S., Physics Department, Allahabad 
University, Allahabad. 

Dr. S. M. Sane, Professor of Chemistry, Lucknow University, 
Lucknow. 



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COMMITTEES. 

CENTRAL COMMITTEE. 

Lt.-Col. R. W. Anthony, I.M.S., Offg. Surgeon-General with the 

Govt. of Bombay, Poona. 
Dr. C. F. Badcock, 18, Commander-in-Chief's Road, Egmore, 

Madras. 
Col. R. F. Baird, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 

United Provinces, Lucknow. 
Col. C. R. Bakhle, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 

Punjab, Lahore. 
Major-General H. J. K. Bamfield, C.B., D.S.O., K.H.P., I.M.S., 

Deputy Director of Medical Services, Eastern Command, 

Namital. 
Dr. N. J. Bandorawalla, Principal Medical Officer, Bikaner State, 

Bikaner. 

Dr. M. N. Banerjee, C.I.E., 32, Theatre Road, Calcutta. 
Dr. Mirza Yaqub Beg, Ahmadya Buildings, Lahore. 
Surgeon Commander W. W. Biddulph, R.N., Fleet Medical Officer, 

East Indies Station. 
Lt-Col. C. I. Brierley, I.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, North West 

Frontier Province, Peshawar. 

Dr. J. Cairns, Chief Medical Officer, Great Indian Peninsula Rail- 
way, Bombay. 

Dr. A. D. Cameron, 43, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 
Captain S. K. Chaudhari, I. M.S., (retd.)i Chief Medical Officer, 

Benares State, Ramnagar. 
Dr. R. B. Chandrachud, Chief Medical Officer, Baroda State, 

Baroda. 

Dr. M. N. Chatter jee, Carmichael Medical College, Calcutta. 
Dr. N. H. Choksy, K.B., C.I.E., Gowalia Tank Road, Bombay. 
Dr. R. N. Coorlawala, Superintendent, Osmania General Hospital, 

Hyderabad, Deccan. 

Dr. J. T. Daly, B-3, Datoobhoy Mansion, Mayo Road, Bombay. 
Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 
Dr. Dexter H. Davison, Lansdowne House, Apollo Bunder, 

Bombay. 
Lt.-Col. A. Fenton, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 

Burma, Rangoon. 
Lt.-Col. G. D. Franklin, O.B.E., I.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, 

Delhi Province, Delhi. 
Dr. S. G. Galstaun, 39, Theatre Road, Calcutta. 

Major-General A. A. Gibb's, K.H.P., I.M.S., Deputy Director of 

Medical Services, Northern Command, Rawalpindi. 
Dr. J E. Gill, 39, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

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Major-General S. F. St. D. Green, C.B., C.B.E., K.H.P., R.A.M.C., 
Deputy Director of Medical Services, Western Command, Quetta. 

Mr. K. Hewlett, O.B.E., I.V.S., Principal, Veterinary College, 
Bombay. 

Dr. E. Houseman, 22, Harington Street, Calcutta. 
Col..F. W. Hunt, C.B., C.M.G., C.B.E., R.A.V.C., Director, Vet- 
erinary Services, Army Headquarters, India, Delhi. 

Col. G. Hutcheson, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 
Assam, Shillong. 

Major-General F. H. G. Hutchinson, C.I.E., K.H.S., I.M.S., 
Surgeon-General with the Government of Madras. 

Dr. N. J. Judah, 2, Hungerford Street, Calcutta. 
R. B. Dr. Maharaj Krishna Kapur, 13, Fane Road, Lahore. 
Mr. P. J. Kerr, I.V.S., Director, Civil Veterinary Department 
and Veterinary Adviser to Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Dr. N. B. Khare, Craddock Town, Nagpur. 

Dr. Thein Maung, 46-A, Phayre Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. A. D. MacGregor, I.V.S., Principal, Bengal Veterinary College, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. T. K. Krishna Menon, Honorary Physician, Government Gen- 
eral Hospital, Madras. 

Dr. M. L. Mitra, 12, Duff Street, Calcutta. 

Dr. Prem Nath, Nisbet Road, Lahore. 

Sir T. B. Nariman, Kt, Hornby Road, Fort, Bombay. 

Major-General W. H. Ogilvie, C.B., C.M.G., I. M.S., Director of 
Medical Services, Army Headquarters, India, Delhi. 

Muntazim-i-Khas Rai Bahadur Dr. Surju Prasad, S'tate Surgeon, 
Holkar State, Indore. 

Major V. M. Phatak, Chief Medical Officer and Sanitary Com- 
missioner, Gwalior State, Gwalior. 

Mr. D. Quinlan, I.V.S., Director, Civil Veterinary Department, 
Bihar & Orissa, Patna. 

Mr. T. F. Quirke, I.V.S., Superintendent, Civil Veterinary De- 
partment, Punjab, Lahore. 

Group Captain A. V. J. Richardson, O.B.E., Principal Medical 
Officer, Headquarters, Royal Air Force, India, Simla. 

Dr. H. G. Roberts, Mission House, Shillong. 

Honorary Lt.-Col. R. Row, O.B.E., 27, New Marine Lines, Bombay. 

Dr. Khan Sahib, Dean's Hotel, Peshawar. 

Dr. A. C. Scott, W.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, Women's Medical 
Service, Delhi. 

Dr. Ida S. Scudder, Union Mission Medical College, Hill Top, 
Kodaikanal, South India. 

Major D. H. Ranjit Singh, O.B.E., I.M.S. (retd.), George Town, 
Allahabad. 

Major-General J. M. Sloan, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., R.A.M.C., 
Deputy Director of Medical Services, Southern Command, 
Poona. 

Dr. K. Raman Tampi, Inspecting Medical Officer, Travancore, 
Trivandrum, 

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Major-General G. Tate, V.H.S., I.M.S., Surgeon -General with 
the Govt. of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Dr. H. A. Taylor, 39, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. H. Hay Thorburn, C.I.E., I.M.S., Surgeon to H. E. the 
Viceroy, Delhi. 

Dr. B. Mohammad Usmon, Senior Surgeon, Mysore State, Mysore. 
Col. J. Norman Walker, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hos- 
pitals, Central Provinces, Nagpur. 
Br. D. P. Williams, Eirene, Doom Dooma, P. O. Assam. 

Dr. W. J. Wanless, American Presbyterian Mission Hospital, 

Miraj, S. M. C. 
Lt.-Col. J. Watson, C.I.E., I.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, Ajmer- 

Merwara, Ajmer. 

Col. W. S. Willmore, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hos- 
pitals, Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 
Dr. W. G. Wince, Chief Medical Officer, Patiala State, Patiala. 

GENERAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Mr. G. S. Bajpai, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.C.S'., Deputy Secretary, 
Department of Education, Health and Lands, Government of 
India, Delhi. 

Major A. A. E. Baptist, I.M.D., Assistant Director, School of 
Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
Medical College, Calcutta. 

Mr. J W. Bhore, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Department 
of Education, Health and Lands, Government of India, Delhi. 

Lt.-Col. E. W. C. Bradfield, O.B.E., I.M.S., Professor of Sur- 
gery, Medical College, Madras. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. F. L. Brayne, C.I.E., I.C.S. , Secretary to 

Government of India, Finance Department, Delhi. 
Mr. A. H. Byrt, Times of India, Bombay. 

Lt.-Col. Sir F. P. Connor, Kt, D.S.O., I. M.S., Professor of 
Clinical and Operative Surgery, Medical College, Calcutta. 

Major J. A. Cruickshank, I. M.S. (retd.), Senior Medical Officer, 
Madras & Southern Mahratta Railway, Madras. 

Mr. A. R. Dalai, I.C.S., Additional Deputy Secretary, Depart- 
ment of Education, Health and Lands, Government of India, 
Delhi. 

Lt.-Col. J. K. S. Fleming, O.B.E., I.M.S., Deputy Director-General. 
Indian Medical Service, Delhi. 

Dr. M. D. D. Gilder, Temple View, Hughes Road, Bombay. 

Dr. J. E. Gill, 39, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Dr. Saiyad Hasan, I.M.D., Assistant Surgeon, Patna General Hos- 
pital, Patna. 

Dr. Thomas Scoresby Jackson, Chief Medical Officer, Bombay 

Baroda and Central India Railway, Bombay. 
R. B. Dr. Maharaj Krishna Kapur, 13, Fane Road, Lahore. 

Professor V. R. Khanolkar, Professor, Seth Godhandas Sundar- 
das Medical College, Bombay. 

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Lt.-Col. J. Mackenzie, V.H.S., R.A.M.C., Director of Hygiene & 

Pathology, Army Headquarters, India, Simla. 
Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie, O.B.E., J.P., I.M.S., Director, Haffkine 

Institute, Parel, Bombay. 

Dr. H. M. Masina, Masina Hospital, Byculla, Bombay. 
Dr. B. McVail, Port Health Officer, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. J. W. D. Megaw, C.I.E., V.H.S., I.M.S., Director, School 

of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 
Dr. Jivraj N. Mehta, Principal, Seth Gordhandas Sundardas 

Medical College, Parel, Bombay. 
Dr. N. C. Mitra, Lines, Tank Road, Ranchi. 
Dr. E. Muir, School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 
Dr. J. D. Munsiff, Director of Public Health, Bombay, Poona. 
Mr. K. Natarajan, Editor, the Indian Daily Mail, Bombay. 
Bt.-Col. R. A. Needham, C.I.E., D.S.O., I.M.S., cjo. Office of 

the Director-General, Indian Medical Service, Delhi. 

Dr. Kyaw Nyun, Circular Road, Mandalay, Burma. 

Dr. A. K. H. Pollock, Chief Medical Officer, East Indian Rail- 
way, Calcutta. 

Dr. G. C. Ramsay, Labac Central Hospital, P. O. Dewan, Cachar. 

Group Captain' A. V. J. Richardson, O.B.E., Principal Medical 
Officer, Royal Air Force, Army Headquarters, Simla. 

Hon. Lt.-Col. R. Row, O.B.E., 27, New Marine Lines, Bombay. 

Mr. K. C. Roy, C.I.E., Director, Associated Press of India, Delhi. 

Dr. Khan Sahib, Dean's Hotel, Peshawar. 

Dr. A. C. Scott, W.M.S., C.M.O., Women's Medical Service, 
Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Sir Henry MoncriefT Smith, Kt., C.I.E., President, 
Council of State, Delhi. 

Mr. H. C. Sparke, Director of Traffic, Railway Board, Govern- 
ment of India, Delhi. 

Mr. F. Ware, I.V.S., Principal, Veterinary College, Madras. 

Col. A. J. Williams, D.S.O., R.A.V.C., Deputy Director, Veter- 
inary Services, Northern Command, Rawalpindi. 

Dr. D. P. Williams, Eirene, Doom Dooma, Assam. 

Dr. Ruth Young, Personal Assistant to Secretary, The Lady 
Chelmsford all India League for Maternity and Child Welfare, 
Delhi. 

Members of the Central Committee, Sub-Committees for special 
purposes, Chairmen and Secretaries of the Local Committees arc 
Bx-officio members. 

CALCUTTA BRANCH OF THE GENERAL EXECUTIVE 

COMMITTEE. 

Brigadier-General G. L. Colvin, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., Agent, 
East Indian Railway, Calcutta. 

Mrs. Adela Cottle, C.B.E., Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 
Mr. D. Gladding, I.C.S., Deputy Controller, Calcutta. 

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Mr. J. N 1 . Gupta, I.C.S., Commissioner, Presidency Division, 

Calcutta. 
Mr. P. J. Kerr, I.V.S., Director, Civil Veterinary Dept., Bengal, 

Calcutta. 

Col. E. L. Perry, D.S.O., K.H.S., I.M.S., A.D.M.S., Presidency 
& Assam District, Calcutta. 

Mrs. F. V. Rushforth, 19, Harington Mansions, Calcutta. 

Major H. Suhrawardy, 4, Ripon Lane, Calcutta. 

Mr. A. H. Watson, The Editor, " The Statesman," Calcutta. 

FINANCE SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Mr. J. W. Bhore, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Department 
of Education, Health and Lands, Government of India, Delhi. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. F. L. Brayne, C.I.E., I.C.S., Secretary, Fi- 
nance Department, Government of India, Delhi. 

U.-Col. J. K. S. Fleming, O.B.E., I.M.S'., Deputy Director- 
General, Indian Medical Service, Delhi. 

Col. J. D. Graham, C.I.E., I.M.S., Public Health Commissioner 
with the Government of India, Delhi. 

SCIENTIFIC SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Lt-Col. F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
Medical College, Calcutta. 

Dr. C. A. Bentley, Director of Public Health, Bengal, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. E. W. C. Bradfield, O.B.E., I. M.S., Professor of Surgery, 
Medical College, Madras. 

Col. S. R. Christophers, C.I.E., p.B.E., K.H.P., F.R.S., I.M.S'., 
Director, Central Research Institute, Kasauli. 

Lt-Col. Sir F. P. Connor, Kt., D.S.O., I.M.S., Professor of Clini- 
cal and Operative Surgery, Medical College, Calcutta. 

Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 
Dr. J. E. Gill, 39, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. W. L. Harnett, I.M.S., Superintendent, Campbell Medi- 
cal School and Hospital, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. R. Knowles, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie, O.B.E., J.P., I.M.S., Director, Haffkine 
Institute, Parel, Bombay. 

Lt.-Col. J. W. D. Megaw, C.I.E., V.H.S., I.M.S., Director, School 
of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Dr. Jivraj N. Mehta, Principal, Seth Gordhandas Sundardas 
Medical College, Bombay. 

Dr. E. Muir, School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Honorary Lt.-Col. R. Row, O.B.E., 27, New Marine Lines, Bombay. 

Lt.-Col. A. J. H. Russell, C.B.E., I.M.S., Director of Public 
Health, Madras. 

Dr. A. C. Scott, W.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, Women's Medi- 
cal Service, Delhi. 

Major-General G. Tate, V.H.S., I. M.S., Surgeon-General with 
the Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Mr. F. Ware, I.V.S., Principal, Veterinary College, Madras. 

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SUB-COMMITTEE FOR SCRUTINY OF PAPERS. 
Chairman. 

Major-General G. Tate, V.H.S., I.M.S., Surgeon-General with 
the Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. W. L. Harnett, I.M.S., Superintendent, Campbell Medi- 
cal School and Hospital, Calcutta, 

Secretary. 

Lt-Col. R. Knowles, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

PUBLICATION SUB-COMMITTEE. 
Col. S. R. Christophers, C.I.E., O.B.E., K.H.P., F.R.S., I.M.S., 

Director, Central Research Institute, Kasauli. 
Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 
Lt-Col. R. Knowles, I.M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie, O.B.E., J.P., I.M.S., Director, Haffkine 

Institute, Parel, Bombay. 
Lt-Col. J. W. D. Mcgaw, C.T.E., V.H.S., I.M.S., Director, School 

of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 
Lt-Col. A. J. H. Russell, C.B.E., I.M.S., Director of Public 

Health, Madras. 

EXHIBITION SUB-COMMITTEE. 
Lt.-Col. H. W. Acton, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, 

Calcutta. 
Major A. A. E. Baptist, I.M.D., School of Tropical Medicine, 

Calcutta. 

Lt-Col. F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
. Medical College, Calcutta. 

Dr. C. A. Bentley, Director of Public Health, Bengal. Calcutta. 
Major R. NT. Chopra, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. S'ir F. P. Connor, Kt, D.S.O., I.M.S., Professor of Clinical 
and Operative Surgery, Medical College, Calcutta. 

Mrs. Adela Cottle, C.B.E., 'Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, 
Bengal Province, Calcutta. 

Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 

Mr. P. J. Kerr, I.V.S., Director, Civil Veterinary Department, 
Bengal, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. R. Knowles, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Lt-Col. J. W. D. Megaw, C.I.E., V.H.S., I. M.S., Director, School 
of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. R. B. Seymour Sewell, I. M.S'., Director, Zoological Survey 
of India, Calcutta. 

Dr. H. A. Taylor, 39, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 
TRANSPORT SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Lt.-Col. F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 

Medical College, Calcutta. 
Major J. A. Cruickshank, I.M.S. (retd.) Senior Medical Officer, 

Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, Madras. 

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Lt.-Col. C. L. Dunn, I. M.S., Director of Public Health, United 
Provinces, Lucknow. 

Lt.-Col. J. K. S. Fleming, O.B.E., I.M.S., Deputy Director-General, 
Indian Medical Service, Delhi. 

Lt.-Col. W. M. Houston. I.M.S., Port Health Officer, Bombay. 

Major J. P. Huban, O.B.E., I.M.S., Civil Surgeon, New Delhi. 

Mr. H. C. Sparke, Director of Traffic, Railway Board, Govern- 
ment of India, Delhi. 

K. B. Dr. K. A. Rahman. Assistant Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

LOCAL COMMITTEES FOR PROVINCES. 

ASSAM LOCAL COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. 

Col. G. Hutcheson, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals 
& Prisons, Assam, Shillong. 

Secretary. 

Major T. D. Murison, I. M.S., Director of Public Health, Assam, 
Shillong. 

Lt.-Col. J. F. James, I. M.S., Cuil Surgeon, Khasi & Jaintia Hills, 
Shillong. 

Lt.-Col. J. Morison. I. M.S., Director, Pasteur and Medical Re- 
search Institute, Shillong. 

Dr. G. C. Ramsay, Dewan, Cachar. 

Dr. H. G. Roberts, Shillong. 

Dr. D. P. Williams, Doom-Dooma, Assam. 

BENGAL LOCAL COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. 

Major-General G. Tate, V.H.S., I.M.S., Surgeon-General with 
the Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. A. D. Stewart, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, 
Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. H. W. Acton, I.M.S., School of Tropical Medicine. 
Calcutta. 

Captain D. Ahmad, Teacher of Anatomy, Campbell Hospital, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. R. Ahmed, D.D.S., 121 1, Esplanade East, Calcutta. 

Mr. Ken Asaoka, C.B.E., Consul General of Japan, 7, Loudon 
Street, Calcutta. 

Dr. M. N. Banerjee, C.I.E., 32, Theatre Road, Calcutta. 

U.-Col. F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
Medical College, Calcutta. 

Dr. C. A. Bentley, Director of Public Health, Bengal, Writers' 
Buildings, Calcutta. 

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Bishop of Calcutta, 51, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Dr. A. Douglas Cameron, 43, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Mrs. W. E. Candy, Vice-President, Bengal Presidency, Council 

qf Women, 25, Ballygunge Park, Calcutta. 
Mr. C. Carroll, Agent, Bengal Nagpur Railway, Garden Reach, 

Kidderpur, Calcutta. 

Mr. B. Chakravarti, Calcutta. 

Dr. Gopal Chandra Chatter jee, 1|2|A, Prem Chand Boral Street, 

Calcutta. 
Dr. J. C. Chatter jee, Superintendent, Calcutta Medical Institute, 

301 13, Upper Circular Road, Calcutta. 

Major K. K. Chatterjee, I.M.S., 6|1, Wood Street, Calcutta. 
Dr. W. A. K. Christie, President, Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1, 

Park Street, Calcutta. 
The Hon'ble Mr. L. W. J. Costcllo, Bengal Club, 33, Chowringhee 

Road, Calcutta. 

Mrs. Adela Cottle, C.B.E., 5, Government Place, Calcutta. 
Mr. G. R. Dain, Agent, The Calcutta Tramway Company, 7, 

Church Lane, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. B. N. V. Dunbar, R.A.M.C., British Military Hospital, 

246, Lower (Circular Road, Calcutta. 

Dr. B. N. Ghosh, 9, Taltala Lane, Calcutta. 

Mr. A. K. Ghuznavi, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col, D. P. Goil, I. M.S., Civil Surgeon, Howrah. 

Mrs. M. Hamlyn, c|o. St. John Ambulance Association, 5, Gov- 
ernment Place, Calcutta. 

Mr. A. H, Harley, Principal, Islamia College, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. W. L. Harnett, I.M.S'., Superintendent, Campbell Medical 
School, Calcutta. 

Mr. John S. Henderson, 16, Strand Road, Calcutta. 

Dr. E. Houseman, 2|2, Harington Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. J. E. James, Secretary, Calcutta Young Men's Christian 
Association, 25, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

R. B. Sir Onkar Mall Jatia, Kt., O.B.E., 21, Roop Chand Roy's 
Street, Calcutta. 

Joint Honorary Secretary, Calcutta Club, 241, Lower Circular 
Road, Calcutta. 

Dr. D. P. Khaitan, Representative of Indian Chamber of Com- 
merce. 137, Canning Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. Ray Knight, The Statesman, 6, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. R. Knbwles, I.M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Mr. J. G. Lay, Consulate-General for America, 9, Esplanade 
Mansions, Calcutta. 

Mr. J. A. MacBean, Representative of Indian Tea Association, 
4, Bankshall Street, Calcutta. 

The Hon'ble Mr. A. Marr, C.I.E., I.C.S., Chairman, Calcutta 
Improvement Trust, 5, Clive Street, Calcutta. 

Dr. T. N. Mazumdar, Health Officer, Calcutta Corporation, Cal- 
cutta. 

Dr. J. B. McVail, Port Health Officer, Calcutta, 15|1, Strand 
fRpajI, Calcutta. 

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, Lt.-Col. J. W. D. Megaw, C.I.E., V.H.S., I.M.S., School of Tropical 
Medicine, Calcutta. 

Dr. Mrigendra Lai Mitra, Carmichael Medical College, Calcutta. 

,Mr. B. L. Mitter, Advocate-General of Bengal, 5, Outram S'treet, 
Calcutta. 

Sir Provash Chandra Mitter, Minister, Government of Bengal, 
Writers' Buildings, Calcutta. 

Sir R. N. Mookerjee, K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O., 6 & 7, Clive Street, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. S. K. Mukerjee, 13, Kyd Street, Calcutta. 

Sir Alexander Murray, 4, Clive Row, Calcutta. 

Mr. W. D. Panton, Indian Tea Association, 8, Clive Row, Calcutta. 

Dr. A. K. H. Pollock, Chief Medical Officer, East Indian Rail- 
way, 3, Koilaghat Street, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. A. H. Proctor, I.M.S., Surgeon-Superintendent, Presy. 
General Hospital, ' Calcutta. 

Mr. C. O. Remfry, Chief Judge, Small Causes Court, Bankshall 
Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. Jadu Nath Sarkar, C.I.E., Vice-Chancellor, Calcutta University, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. R. J. L. Sladen, Chief Medical Officer, Eastern Bengal Rail- 
way, 3, Koilaghat Street, Calcutta. 

Dr. G. Stapleton, President, Calcutta Branch of Association of 
Medical Women, 1, Amherst Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. T. S. Sterling, Principal, Presidency College, Calcutta. 

Dr. A. Suhrawardy, 56, Mirzapur Street, Calcutta. 

Maharaja Tagore, Tagore Castle, Calcutta. 

Mr. J. A. Tassie, Representative of Bengal Chamber of Commerce, 
1, Clive Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. H. A. Taylor, 39, Chowringhee Road, Calcutta. 

Sir C. A. Tegart, Kt, C.I.E., M.V.O., Commissioner of Police, 
18, Lai Bazar Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. E. Villiers, European Association, F-l, Clive Buildings, Cal- 
cutta. 

Major-General H. D. O. Ward, C.B., C.M.G., General Officer 
Commanding, Presidency & Assam District, Fort William, 
Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. A. Denham White, I.M.S., Civil Surgeon, 24-Parganas,. 
Alipore. 

Mr. S. C. Stuart Williams, M.L.C., Chairman, Port Commissioners 
Calcutta. 

Sub- Committees in Calcutta. 

ACCOMMODATION SUB-COMMITTEE. 
Chairman, 

Lt.-Col F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
Medical College, Calcutta. 

Mrs. Burns, Calcutta. 

Mrs. W. E. Candy, Vice-President, Bengal Presidency Council: 
of Women, 25, Ballygunge Park, Calcutta. 

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Mr. J. N. Gupta, I.C.S., Commissioner of the Presidency Division, 
No. 3, Charnock Place, Calcutta. 

R. B. S'ir Onkar Mall Jatia, Kt., O.B.E., 21, Roop Chand Roy's 
Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. B. L. Mitter, Advocate-General of Bengal, 5, Ontram Street, 
Calcutta. 

Sir R. N. Mookerjee, K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O., 6 and 7, Clive Street, 
Calcutta. 

Mrs. P. V. Rushforth, 19, Harrington Mansions, Calcutta. 

Mrs. Denham White, c|o. Lt.-Col. A. Denham White, I.M.S., 
Civil Surgeon, '24-Parganas, Alipore. 

INDIAN ACCOMMODATION SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. 

Dr. Kadarnath Das, C.I.E., 22, Bethune Row, Calcutta. 

Dr. D. Ahmad, Teacher of Anatomy, Campbell Medical School, 

Calcutta. 

Dr. & Mrs. D. N. Banerjee, 76, New Theatre Road, Calcutta. 
Dr. M. N. Banerjee, C.I.E., 32, Theatre Road, Calcutta. 

Captain P. C. Banerjee, I.M.S., Resident Medical Officer, Cal- 
cutta Medical College Hospital, Calcutta. 

Dr. Charuchandra Bose, 52 11, Mirzapore Street, Calcutta. 

Rai Bahadur Dr. Chuni L,al Bose, 25, Mohendra Bose Lane, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. I. B. Bose, 39, Machuabazar Street, Calcutta. 

Dr. M. N. Bose, 14, Baloram Ghosh Street, Calcutta. 

Dr. U. N. Brahmachari, 82 1 3, Cornwallis Street, Calcutta. 

S. Khoda Bux, 22, Royd Street, Calcutta. 

Major K. K. Chatterjee, I.M.S., 6|1, Wood Street, Calcutta. 

Major & Mrs. R. N. Chopra, I. M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, 

Central Avenue, Calcutta. 

Dr. & Mrs. B. L. Chowdhury, 9|A, South Road, Entally, Calcutta. 
Major & Mrs. J. C. De, 48, Park Street, Calcutta. 
Mr. & Mrs, K. C. De, 21, Camac Street, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. & Mrs. D. P. Goil, I.M.S., 11, Forest Road, Howrah. 
Dr. T. N. Majumdar, 11, Belvedere Road, Alipur, Calcutta. 
Mr. & Mrs. M. N. Mehta, 34, Park Street, Calcutta. 
Mr. & Mrs. B. L. Mitter, 5, Outratn Street, Calcutta. 
Dr. S. K. Mukherjee, 2|2B, Nalin Sircar S'treet, Calcutta. 
Dr. P. Nandi, 34|1, Beadon Street, Calcutta. 

Mr. & Mrs. J. N. Roy, 103, Harish Mukherjee Road, Bhowani- 
pore, Calcutta. 

Mr. B. N. Sircar, 4, Outram Street, Calcutta. 

Major B. H. Singh, I.M.S., Calcutta Medical College, Calcutta. 

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ENTERTAINMENT SUB-COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. 

Lt-Col. F A F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
Medical College, Calcutta. 

Lady Connor, c|o. Lt.-Col. Sir F. P. Connor, Kt, I. M.S., Pro- 
fessor of Surgery, Medical College, Calcutta. 

Major H. Kingston, I. M.S., Surgeon to His Excellency the Gov- 
ernor of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Col. E. L. Perry, D.S.O., K.H.S., I. M.S., A.D.M.S., Presidency 
& Assam District, Calcutta. 

Mrs. Denham White, c|o. Lt.-Col. A. Cenham White, I.M.S., 
Civil Surgeon, 24-Parganas, Alipore. 

TRANSPORT SUB-COMMITTEE. 
Chairman. 

Mr. G. S. Bocquet, C.I.E., Traffic Manager, Eastern Bengal 
Railway, Calcutta. 

Mr. G. R. Dain, Agent, The Calcutta Tramway Company Limited, 
Calcutta. 

Dr. A. K. H. Pollock, Chief Medical Officer, East Indian Rail- 
way, Calcutta. 

BIHAR AND ORISSA LOCAL COMMITTEE. 
Chair man f 

Colonel W. S. Willmore, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Civil 
Hospitals, Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

Secretary. 

Major A. N. Bose, I. M.S., Professor, Medical College, Patna, 

Dr. AH Ahmad, Patna City. 

Dr. K. S. Caldwell, Professor of Chemistry, Patna University, 
Patna. 

Dr. E. W. H. Cruickshaiik, Professor of Physiology, Medical 
College, Patna. 

Lt.-Col. H. R. Dutton, I. M.S., Principal, Medical College, Patna. 

Major C. G. Howlett, I. M.S., Superintendent, Darbhanga Medical 
School, Darbhanga. 

Major J. C. John, I.M.S., Superintendent, Medical School, Cuttack. 

Mr. D. Quinlan, I.V.S., Director, Civil Veterinary Department, 
Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

Dr. Repper, Railway Medical Officer, Khagole. 

Dr. G. W. Thompson, Chief Medical Officer, Jharia Mines Board 
of Health, Dhanbad. 

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BOMBAY LOCAL COMMITTEE. 
Chairman. 

Lt.-Col. R. W. Anthony, I.M.S., Surgeon-General with the Govern- 
ment of Bombay, Poona. 

Secretary, 

Lt.-Col. W. M. Houston, I.M.S., Port Health Officer, Bombay. 

Captain S. L. Bhatia, I. M.S'., Dean, Grant Medical College, 
Bombay. 

Mrs. Blackwell, Bombay. 

Mrs. Brent, Bombay. 

Mr. Sultan Chinoy, Bombay. 

Mrs. Clayton, Bombay. 

Dr. J. T. Daly, Dental Surgeon, B-3, Datoobhoy Mansion, Mayo 

Road, Bombay. 
Dr. (Mrs.) Cecilia D'Monte, Bombay. 

Mr. C. G. Freke, I.C.S., Additional Deputy Secretary to Govern- 
ment, Finance Department, Bombay. 

Dr. Thomas Scoresby Jackson, Chief Medical Officer, Bombay, 
Baroda and Central India Railway, Apollo Bunder, Bombay. 

Mr. Byramjee Jeejeebhoy, Sheriff of Bombay, Alice Building, 
Hornby Road, Bombay. 

Mr. F. Low, Bombay. 

Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie, O.B.E., J.P., I.M.S'., Director, Haffkine 
Institute, Parel, Bombay. 

Mrs. Mackie, c]o. Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie, I. M.S., Director, Haffkine 

Institute, Bombay. 
Dr. Jivraj N: Mehta, Principal, Seth Gordhandas Sur.derdas 

Medical College, Bombay. 

Mr. C. N. Moberly, C.I.E., Chief Engineer, Bombay Electric 
Supply & Tramways Co., Bombay. 

Dr. J. D. Munsiff, Director of Public Health, Bombay. 

Mr. Meyer Nissim, Bombay. 

Professor A. S. Paranjpe, Bombay. 

Mr. A. J. Raymond, Bombay. 

Honorary Lt.-Col. R. Row, O.B.E., 27, New Marine Lines, Bombay. 

Mr. S. D. Saklatvala, Bombay. 

Br. J. E. Sandilands, Executive Health Officer, Bombay Muni- 
cipality, Bombay. 

Dr. P. L. Stallard, Bombay. 

BURMA LOCAL COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. 

Lt.-Col. A. Fenton, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 
Burma, Rangoon. 

Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. E. Bisset, I.M.S. , Director of Public Health, Burma, 
Rangoon. 

Mrs. U. Ba, c|o. Justice U. Ba, High Court, Rangoon. 

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Dr. N. P. Bhansali, 24-D, Tseekai Mg. Taulay Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Billimoria, 52, Barr Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Mya Bu, c|o. Justice Mya Bu, High Court, Rangoon. 

Mr. C. H. Campagnac, M.L.C., Barr S'treet, Rangoon. 

Dr. M. T. Chari, 47, Creek Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. K. Beng Chong, M.L.C., 10-B, Kokkaine Road, Rangoon. 

Dr. C. G. Crow, I.M.D., Port Health Officer, Rangoon. 

Dr. K. R. Dalai, Health Officer, Corporation, Rangoon. 

Mr. Justice J. R. Bas, High Court, Rangoon. 

Dr. P. K. Dey, 49, Sule Pagoda Road, Rangoon. 

Dr. J. H. Drinkall, 41, Sule Pagoda Road, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Fraser, 33-A, Park Road, Rangoon. 

Mr. O. de Glanwille, C.I.E., M.L.C., President, Burma Legislative 
Council, Rangoon. 

Mr. U. Maung Gyee, M.L.C., Bar-at-Law, Prome Road, Rangoon. 

Mr. H. Hamedanee, M.L.C., 3, Mogul Street, Rangoon. 

Lady Heald, 3, Newlyn Road, Rangoon. 

Mr. Lee Woot Hong, 109-D, Dalhousie Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. A. Hood, 3, Boundary Road, Rangoon. 

Mr. D. H. James, 11, Fytche Road, Rangoon. 

Mr. M. Joakim, 28, Budd Road, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Kelsall, c|o. Lt.-Col. R. Kelsall, I.M.S'., General Hospital, 
Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. R. Kelsall, I.M.S., Physician, General Hospital, Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. Ba Ket, I.M.S. (retd.), M.L.C., Myochit Medical Hall, 
Rangoon. 

Dr. M. Kingsley, 52, Barr Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. U. Ba Kyaw, 4, Strand Road, Kemmendine. 

Mr. Daw Kyi Kyi, 65, Prome Road, Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. L. A. H. Lack, I.M.S'., 6, Windsor Road, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Lamech, 69, 38th Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Kyee Lwin, c|o. Dr. Kyee Lwin, Resident Surgeon, General 

Hospital, Rangoon. 

Dr. W. P. Murray, 3, Leeds Road, Rangoon. 
Mr. Sydney Lee Nee, 16, Merchant Street. Rangoon. 
Mr. U. Nyo, Land Owner, Taunglonbyan Quarter, Pazundaung, 

Rangoon. 

Mrs. Hla Oung, 3, Pagoda Road, Rangoon. 
t)r. N. N. Parakh, M.L.C., Signal Pagoda Road, Rangoon. 
Mr. E. M. Patail, 26, Boundary Road, Rangoon. 
Mr. G. Hurrikrishna Pillai, 3, Sule Pagoda Road, Rangoon 
Mr. U. Pu, M.L.C., 61, Park Road, Rangoon. 
Mr. M. M. Raffi, M.L.C., 69, Merchant Street, Rangoon. 
R. B. S. R. Reddiar, 64, 32nd Street, Rangoon. 

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Captain S. R. Rippon, I.V.S., Veterinary Adviser to Government 

of Burma, Meiktila. 
Dr. Ma Saw Sa, 15, Barr Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Scott, c|o. Lt.-Col. H. B. Scott, I. M.S., General Hospital, 
Rangoon. 

Mr. S. N. Sen, 69, Merchant Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. S. N. Sen, c|o. Mr. S. N. Sen, 69, Merchant S'treet, Rangoon. 

Mr. J. R. Baird Smith, K.T.H., 3A, Fytche Road, Rangoon. 

Mr. D. Solomon, 268, Dalhousie Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. U. Po Tha, C.I.E., 47A, Campbell Road, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Po Tha, c|o. Mr. U. Po Tha, 47A, Campbell Road, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Paw Tun, 13, 45th Street, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Tyabji, 10, York Road, Rangoon. 

Mrs. Ure, 12, Phayre Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. D. Venkataswamy, 77, 38th Street, Rangoon. 

Mr. U. Po Yee, 20A, Creek Street, Rangoon. 

DELHI LOCAL COMMITTEE. 

Chairman. 

Lt.-Col. G. D. Franklin, O.B.E., I. M.S., Chief Medical Officer, 
Delhi Province, Delhi. 

Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. H. E. S'tanger Leathes, I. M.S., 11, Queensway, New Delhi. 



Dr. M. A. Ansari, Daryaganj, Delhi. 

Captain Mool Singh Bazaz, Egerton Road, Delhi. 

Dr. G. J. Campbell, W.M.S., Lady Hardinge Medical College, 
New Delhi. 

Mr. A. S. DeMello, Gwalior & Northern India Transport Co., 
Alipur Road, Delhi. 

Mr. H. J. Donkin, Superintending Engineer, Electrical & Mechani- 
cal, Duplix Road, New Delhi. 

Major J. P. Huban, O.B.E., I.M.S., New Delhi. 

Mr. J. N. G. Johnson, I.C.S., Deputy Commissioner, Delhi. 

Dr. H. L. Keane, Victoria Zenana Hospital. Delhi. 

Dr. R. S. Mukand Lai, Civil Hospital, Delhi. 

Dr. I. T. Mitra, Egerton Road, Delhi. 

Dr. Abdul Rahman, Fatehpuri, Delhi. 

Mr. J. L. Sale, Superintending Engineer, 2nd Circle. P. W. D., 
New Delhi. 

Dr. A. C. Scott, C.M.O., W.M.S., Delhi. 

Dr. A. C. Sen, Chandni Chowk, Delhi. 

Dr. B. C. Sen, Lloyds Bank's Buildings, Delhi. 

Dr. J. K. Sen, Egerton Road, Delhi. 

Dr. K. S. Sethna, Delhi Municipality, Delhi. 

Dr. S. P. Shroff, Chandni Chowk, Delhi. 

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MADRAS LOCAL COMMITTEE. 
Chairman. 

Major-General F. H. G. Hutchinson, C.I.E.. K.H.S., I.M.S., 
Surgeon-General with the Government of Madras, Madras. 

Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. A. J. H. Russell, C.B.E., I.M.S., Director of Public Health, 
Madras. 

Mr. R. D. Anstead, Director of Agriculture, Madras. 

M. R. Ry. A. A. Narayana Ayyar, Acting Meteorologist, Madras. 

Mr. E. Barnet, Superintendent, Government Museum, Egmore, 
Madras. 

Mr. A. A. Biggs, Agent, Madras & Southern Mahratta Railway, 
Madras. 

Lt.-Col. J. P. Cameron, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Madras. 

Major J. A. Cruickshank, I. M.S. (retd.), Chief Medical Officer, 
Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, Madras. 

Dr. R. S. Donaldson. Medical Superintendent, Tirumani Leper 

Settlement, Chingleput. 
Lt.-Col. R. B. B. Foster, I. M.S., Superintendent, Royapuram 

Medical School, Royapuram, Madras. 

Lt.-Col. F. C. Fraser, I. M.S., Principal, Medical College, 
Vizagapatam. 

Dr. C. Frimodt-Mollcr, Medical Superintendent, Tuberculosis 
Sanatorium, Madanapalle. 

Lt.-Col. T. H. Gloster, I.M.S., Director of the Pasteur Institute. 
Coonoor. 

Lt.-Col. T. W. Harley, I. M.S., Superintendent, Medical School, 

Madura. 

Dr. H. S. Hensman, Superintendent, Mental Hospital, Madras. 
Miss De la Hey, Principal, Queen Mary's College, Madras. 

Lt.-Col. C. A. F. Kingston, I.M.S., Principal, Medical College, 
Madras. 

Mr. H. M. Hood, Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Madras. 
Commander W. L. Kelly, Presidency Port Officer, Madras. 

Major H. H. King, I. M.S., Director, King Institute, Guindy, 
Madras. 

Rev. Dr. Meston, Principal, Christian College, Madras. 

Rao Sahib N. R. Balakrishra Mudaliar, Superintendent, School 
of Arts, Madras. 

Major C. Newcomb, I. M.S., Chemical Examiner to Government, 
Madras. 

Rao Bahadur Dr. M. Kesava Pai, Superintendent, Tuberculosis 
Institute, Madras. 

Dr. B. Sundara Raj, Director of Fisheries, Madras. 

Professor M. Ratnaswamy, Principal, Pachiappas College, Madras. 

Mr. P. Rothera, Agent, South Indian Railway, Trichinopoly. 

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Khan Bahadur Muhammad Bazl-ul-lah Sahib, Director of 
Industries, Madras. 

Mr. P. T. Saunders, I.V.S., Acting Principal, Veterinary College, 
Madras. 

Mr. W. E. Smith, Principal, Percy College, Madras. 

Captain P. Verdon, I. M.S., Superintendent, Government Ophthalmic 
Hospital, Madras. 

Mr. J. S. Westerdale, Sanitary Engineer to Government, Madras. 
Chingleput. 

Rev. R. S. Wilson, Superintendent, Tirumani Settlement, 
Chingleput. 

PUNJAB LOCAL COMMITTEE. 
Chairman. 

Colonel C. R. Bakhle, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. W. H. C. Forster, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Dr. A. B. Arora, Health Officer, Lahore. 

Dr. Mirza Yakub Beg, Ahmadya Buildings, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. H. H. Broome, I.M.S., Principal, Medical College, Lahore. 

Dr. (Miss) Brown, Principal, Women's Medical College, 
Ludhiana. 

Major Amir Chand, I.M.S., Principal, Medical School, Amritsar. 
Dr. (Miss) Franklin, Lady Aitchison Hospital, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. C. A. Gill, I. M.S., Assistant Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Dr. Harish Chandra Gupta, Said Mitha Bazar, Lahore. 

Dr. Allah Jawaya, Empress Road, Lahore. 

R. B. Dr. Maharaj Krishna Kapur, Fane Road, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. H. M. Mackenzie, I. M.S., Bacteriologist to Government, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

R. B. Amar Nath Nanda, Sanitary Engineer to Government, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Dr. Prem Nath, Nisbet Road, Lahore. 

Captain E. J. Lodge Patch, I.M.S., Superintendent, Punjab Mental 
Hospital, Lahore. 

Dr. Poynder, Ludhiana Medical College, Ludhiana. 

K. B. Dr. K. A. Rahman, Assistant Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Dr. Nihal Chand Sekri, Wachhowali, Lahore. 

Dr. Harish Chandra Sen, Sir Ganga Ram Free Hospital, Lahore. 

Miss Simon, Principal, Punjab Health School, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. N. S. Sodhi, I.M.S., Deputy Inspector-General of Civil 
Hospitals, Punjab, Lahore. 

Mr. W. Taylor, Principal, Veterinary College, Lahore. 

Captain D. R. Thomas, I. M.S., Chemical Examiner to Government, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

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Mir Hadyat Ullah, President, Provincial Medical Services' Asso- 
ciation, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. B. L. Ward, C.B.E., I.M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

UNITED PROVINCES LOCAL COMMITTEE. 
Chairman. 

Colonel R. F. Baird, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 
United Provinces, Lucknow. 

Secretary. 

Lt.-Col. C. L. Dunn, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, United 
Provinces, Lucknow. 

Major F. H. Budden, Divisional Superintendent, East Indian 
Railway, Lucknow. 

Mrs. S.^Cassels, c|o. W. S. Cassels, I.C.S., Commissioner, Lucknow 
Division, Lucknow. 

Mr. J. M. Clay, C.I.E., O.B.E., M.L.C., I.C.S., Secretary to 
Government, United Provinces, Medical and Public Health 
Departments, Lucknow. 

Lt.-Col. J. E. Clements, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Lucknow. 

Divisional Superintendent, East Indian Railway, Moradabad. 

Colonel C. R. Evans, R.A.M.C., Assistant Director of Medical 
Services, Lucknow. 

Mr. C. W. Gwynne, C.I.E., O.B.E., I.C.S., Deputy Commissioner, 
Lucknow. 

Captain S. G. M. Hickey, I.V.S., Veterinary Adviser to Govern- 
ment, United Provinces, Lucknow. 

Mr. S. Higginbottom, Superintendent, Naini Leper Asylum 
Allahabad. 

Mr. Edwin Howard, Editor of the " Pioneer," Allahabad. 
Mr. P. S. Humm, Dental Surgeon, Lucknow. 
Lt.-Col. T. Hunter, C.I.E., I.M.S.. Civil Surgeon, Lucknow. 
Mrs. Hunter, c|o. the Civil Surgeon, Lucknow. 

Mr. S. G. Dec Ireland, J.P., I.C.S., Commissioner, Lucknow 
Division, Lucknow. 

The Hon'ble Justice Pt. Gokaran Nath Misra, Judge, Oudh Chief 
Court, Lucknow. 

Lady O'Donnell, c|o. Hon'ble Sir S. P. O'Donnell, I.C.S., Finance 

Member of Government, United Provinces, Lucknow. 
Major M. A. Rahman, I.M.S., Principal, Medical School, Agra. 
Major D. R. Ranjit Singh, O.B.E., I.M.S. (retd.), Allahabad. 

U '^}- 9' ^ A ; t Sprawso , n ' CLE -' I-M.S'., Principal, King George's 
Medical College, Lucknow. 

Dr. R. K. Tandon, Kaiser Manzil, Lucknow. 

Dr. B. N. Varma, Lucknow. 

R. B. Dr. B. N. Vyas, King George's Medical College, Lucknow. 

Dr. W. V. Webb, Principal Women's Medical School Agra 

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LOCAL CONSULTANTS. 

BENGAL. 

Lt.-Col. F. A. F. Bafnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 
Medical College, Calcutta. 

Dr. C. A. Bentley, Director of Public Health, Bengal, Calcutta. 

Major T. C. Boyd, I. M.S., Chemical Examiner to the Government 

of Bengal, Calcutta. 
Dr. Kedarnath Das, C.I.E., Principal, Carmichael Medical College, 

Calcutta. 
Mr. R. S. Finlow, Director of Agriculture, Bengal, Dacca. 

Mr. F. C. Griffin, Chief Engineer, Public Health Department, 
Bengal, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. W. G. Hamilton, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Bengal, Calcutta. 

Lt.-Col. J. W. D'. Megaw, C.I.E., V.H.S., I.M.S., Director, School 
of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

BIHAR AND ORISSA. 

Mr. D. Clouston, C.I.E., M.A., D.Sc., Agricultural Adviser to the 
Government of India, Pusa. 

Captain J. E. Dunjibhoy, I. M.S., Superintendent, Indian Mental 
Hospital, Kanke, Ranchi. 

Lt.-Col. H. R. Dutton, I. M.S., Principal, Prince of Wales Medical 
College, Patna. 

Professor Charles Forrester, F.I.C., F.C.S., Officiating Principal, 
Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad. 

Lt.-Col. O. A. R. Berkeley Hill, I. M.S., Medical Superintendent, 
European Mental Hospital, Kanke, Ranchi. 

R. B. Dr. Akshay Kumar Mukharji, Civil Surgeon, Puri. 

Mrs. Norris, Director, Indian Lac Research Institute, P. O. 
Namkum, Ranchi. 

Major H. K. Rowntree, I. M.S., Superintendent, Radium Institute, 

Ranchi. 
Mr. W. S'aunders, Director, Technical Institute, Jamshedpur 

(Singhbhum). 

Rev. E. B. Sharpe, Superintendent, Leper Asylum, Purulia, 
Manbhum. 



BOMBAY. 

Major A. H. Harty, I.M.S., Superintendent, Central Mental 

Hospital, Yervada. 
Mr. K. Hewlett, O.B.E., I.V.S'., Principal, Veterinary College, 

Parel, Bombay. 

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Lt'.-Col. B. Higham, I.M.S., Chemical Analyser to Government, 

Bombay. 
Dr. Y. N. Kadam, Superintendent, N. M. Mental Hospital, 

Naupada, Thana. 
Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie. O.B.E., J.P., I.M.S., Director, Haffkine 

Institute, Parel, Bombay. 

Dr. Jivraj N. Mehta, Dean, Seth Gorclhandas Sunderdas Medical 

College, Bombay. 
Dr. Jamshyd D. Munsiff, Acting Director of Public Health for the 

Government of Bombay, Poona. 
Lt.-Col. J. H. Murray, C.I.E., I.M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 

Poona. 

Dr. Y. G. Nadgir, Eean, Grant Medical College, Bombay. 
Dr. J. E. Sandilands, J.P., Executive Health Officer, Bombay 

Municipality, Bombay. 

BURMA. 

Lt.-Col. F. V. O. Beit, I. M.S., Medical Superintendent, General 
Hospital, Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. S. T. Crump, I.M.S., Superintendent, Dufferin Hospital, 
Rangoon. 

Miss Anna B. Gray, Physician in charge of the Ellen Mitchell 
Memorial Hospital, Moulmein. 

Dr. P. A. Hayne, Chief Medical Officer, Burma Railways, Rangoon. 
Revd. R. Holliday, Superintendent, Leper Asylum-, Moulmein. 

Major G. G. Jolly, C.I.E., I.M.S., Director, Harcourt Butler 
Institute of Public Health, Burma, Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. J. Taylor, D.S.O., I.M.S., Director, Pasteur Institute, 
Rangoon. 

CENTRAL PROVINCES. 

Dr. A. P. Martin, Medical Superintendent, Muir Memorial Hospital 
(Mission), Nagpur. 

Revd. Dr. P. A. Penner, Superintendent, Leper Asylum, Champa. 

Lt.-Col. W. J. Powell, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, Central 
Provinces, Nagpur. 

Lt.-Col. W. Tarr, I.M.S., Superintendent, Medical School and 
Mental Hospital, Nagpur. 

Lt-Col. H. G. S'tiles Webb, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, 
Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

MADRAS. 

Major F. J. Anderson, I.M.S., Principal, Medical College, 
Vizagapatam. 

Mr. G. Nagaratnam Ayar, B.A., B.E., Principal, Engineering 
College, Madras. 

Lt.-Col. J. P. Cameron, C.I.E., I.M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Madras. 

Miss Edith M. Coon, M.A., Women's Christian College, Madras. 

Major J. A. Cruickshank, I.M.S. (retd.), Chief Medical Officer, 
Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, Madras. 

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Dr. R, S. Donaldson, Medical Superintendent, Tirumani Settlement, 
Chingleput. 

Mr. E. M. Flint, M.A., B.Sc., The American College, Madras. 

Lt.-Col. R. B. B. Foster, I.M.S., Superintendent, Royapuram 

Medical School, Madras. 

Lt.-Col. T. H. Gloster, I.M.S., Director, Pasteur Institute, Coonoor. 
Mr. W. S. Hadaway, Superintendent, School of Arts, Park Town, 

Madras. 

Dr. H. S. Hensman, Superintendent, Mental Hospital, Madras. 
Lt.-Col. A. F. Hingston, C.I.E., O.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, Medical 

College, Madras. 
Major H. H. King, I.M.S., Director, King Institute, Guindy, 

Madras. 
Dr. W. Meston, M.A., D.D., Principal, Christian College, Madras. 

Mr. W. G. Molesworth, Chief Engineer, P. W. D. (Roads & 
Buildings), Chepauk. 

Mr. C. T. Mullings, Chief Engineer, P. W. D. (General Irriga- 
tion), Chepauk. 
Dr. Frimodt Moller, Superintendent, Madanapalle Sanatorium. 

Miss K. Myers,' M.A., Principal, Queen Mary's College, for 
Women, Madras. 

Major C. Newcomb, I.M.S., Chemical Examiner to Government 
of Madras, Madras. 

Dr. C. S. Norman, Chief Medical Officer, South Indian Railway 
Co., Ltd., Trichinopoly. 

Mr. K. Chinnatambi Pillai, B.A., L.T., Principal, Pachaiyappa's 
College, Madras. 

Dr. B. Sundaram Raj, M.A., Ph.D., Director of Fisheries, Madras, 
Triplicane. 

Lt.-Col. A. J. H. Russell, C.B.E., I.M.S., Director of Public 
Health, Madras. 

Mr. H. Tireman, C.I.E., M.L.C., Chief Conservator of Forests, 

Madras. 
Mr. F. Ware, I.V.S., Principal, Veterinary College, Madras. 

Mr. J. S. Westerdale, B.Sc., M.I.C.I., M.I.M. & C.E., Sanitary 
Engineer to Government, Madras. 

Rev. R. S'. Wilson, Superintendent, Tirumani Settlement, 
Chingleput. 

NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE. 

Lt.-Col. C. I. Brierley, I.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, North 
West Frontier Province, Peshawar. 

PUNJAB. 

Rev. C. H. Atkins, Honorary Superintendent, Leper Asylum, 
Tarn Taran. 

Colonel C. R. Bakhle, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. H. H. Broome, I.M.S., Principal, K. E. Medical College, 
Lahore. . 

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Dr. Edith Brown, Principal, Medical School for Women, 
Ludhiana. 

Major Amir Chand, I.M.S., Principal, Medical School, Amritsar. 

Lt.-Col. W. H. C. Forster, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. C. A. Gill, I.M.S'., Assistant Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Captain C. J. Lodge Patch, I.M.S., Medical Superintendent, 
Punjab Mental Hospital, Lahore. 

K. B. Dr. K. A. Rahman, Assistant Director of Public Health, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Mr. W. Taylor, Principal, Punjab Veterinary College, Lahore. 

Captain D. R. Thomas, I.M.S., Chemical Examiner to Government, 
Punjab, Lahore. 

Lt.-Col. E. L. Ward, C.B.E., I. M.S., Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Lahore. 



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OFFICERS OF COMPONENT COUNTRIES. 

BRITISH INDIA. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. 

President for the 7th Congress. Major-General T. H. Symons, 
C.S.I., O.B.E., K.H.S., I.M.S., Director-General Indian Medical 
Service, Delhi. 

V ice-Presidents for the 7th Congress. 

Colonel J. D. Graham, C.I.E., I.M.S., Public Health Commissioner 
with the Government of India, Delhi. 

Colonel S*. R. Christophers, C.I.E., O.B.E., F.R.S., K.H.P., I.M.S., 
Director, Central Research Institute, Kasauli. 

General Organising Secretary for the 7th Congress. Lt.-Col. J. 
Cunningham, I.M.S., Director, Pasteur Institute of India, 
Kasauli. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. A. D. Stewart, I. M.S., 
School of Tropical Medicine, Central Avenue, Calcutta. 

ASSAM. 

Vice-President. Lt.-Col. J. Morison, I. M.S., Director, Pasteur and 
Medical Research Institute, Shillong. 

Local Secretary-Treasurer. Major T. D. Murison, I. M.S'., 
Director of Public Health, Assam, Shillong. 

BENGAL. 

Vice-President. Major-General Godfrey Tate, V.H.S., I.M.S., 
Surgeon-General with the Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 

Local Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. A. D. Stewart, I.M.S., 
Professor of Hygiene, School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

BOMBAY. 

Vice-President. Lt.-Col. R. W. Anthony, I. M.S., Surgeon-General 
with the Government of Bombay, Poona. 

Local Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. W. M. Houston, I. M.S., Port 
Health Officer, Bombay. 

BURMA. 

V ice-President. Lt.-Col.^ W. H. C. Forster, I. M.S., Inspector- 
General of Civil Hospitals, Burma, Rangoon. 

Local Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. E. Bisset, I.M.S., Director 
of Public Health, Burma, Rangoon. 

MADRAS. 

Vice-President.--Lt.-Col. E. W. C. Bradfield, O.B.E., I.M.S., 
Medical College, Madras. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. A. J. H. Russell, C.B.E., 
I.M.S., Director of Public Health, Madras. 

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PUNJAB. 

Vice-President. Major J. Harper Nelson, O.B.E., I.M.S. 
Local Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. C. A. Gill, I.M.S'. 

UNITED PROVINCES. 

Vice-President. Col. R. F. Baird, I.M.S., Inspector-General of 
Civil Hospitals, U. P,, Lucknow. 

Local Secretary-Treasurer. Lt.-Col. C. L. Dunn, I.M.S. , Director 
of Public Health, U. P., Lucknow. 

AUSTRALIA. 

Vice-President. Dr. R. W. Cilento, Director, Australian Institute 
of Tropical Medicine, Townsville, N. Q'land. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. A. H. Baldwin, Medical 
Officer for Tropical Hygiene, and Acting Director, Australian 
Institute of Tropical Medicine, Townsville, N. Q'land. 

BRITISH NORTH-BORNEO. 

Vice-President. Dr. P. A. Dingle, Principal Medical Officer, 
Sandakan. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. H. F. Conyngham, Medical 
Officer, Sandakan. 

CEYLON. 

V ice-President. Dr. J. T. E. Bridger, Sanitary Commissioner, 
Colombo. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Gunasekera, Sanitary Com- 
missioner's Office, Colombo. 

CHINA AND SHANGHAI. 

Vice-President. Dr. Wu Lien Teh, Director, North Manchurian 
Plague Prevention Service, Harbin. 

Chinese Local Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. C. E. Lim, Associate in 
Hygiene, Peking Union Medical College, Peking. 

Foreign Local Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. H. Lowett Gumming. 
103, Szechuen Road, Shanghai. 



HAWAII. 

V ice-President. Dr. C. B. Cooper, Member of Board of Health, 
T. H., Honolulu. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. F. E. Trotter, President of 
Board of Health, T. H., Honolulu. 

HONGKONG. 

Vice-President. Dr. J. T. Johnson, Hongkong. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. DT. C. W. Mckenny, Hongkong. 

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INDO-CHINA. 

Vice^President. Dr. M. L. R. Montel, Medecin de la Municipalite 
de Saigon, Saigon. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. F. H. Guerin, Sous-Directeur 
de Tlnstitut Pasteur de Saigon, Saigon. 

JAPAN. 

Vice-President. Dr. Sahachiro Hata, University Medical College, 
Kitasato Institute, Tokyo. 

Local Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Tenji Taniguchi, Government 
Institute for Infectious Diseases, Tokyo. 

KOREA. 

Vice-President. Dr. K. Shiga, Director, Chosen Government 
General Hospital, Keijo. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. T. Watabiki, Chosen Govern- 
ment-General Hospital, Keijo. 

FORMOSA. 

Vice-President. Dr. T. Horiuchi, Director, Government Medical 
College, Taihoku. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. S. Yokogawa, Professor of 
Pathology and Parasitology, Government Medical College, 
Taihoku. 



KWANTUNG. 

Vice-President. Dr. I. Inaba, Director, Manchuria Medical 

College, Mukden. 
Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Y. Kuno, Professor of 

Physiology, Manchuria Medical College, Mukden. 

MACAO. 

Vice-President. Dr. J. C. Soares, Macao. 
Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. 

NETHERLANDS INDIES. 

V ice-President. Dr. J. J. van Lonkhuijzen, Head, D.E.I., Public 
Health Service, Weltevreden, Java. 

Honorary General Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. O. Deggeller, Chief 
Inspector of Hospitals, D. E. I., Weltevreden, Java. 

SUMATRA. 

Vice-President. Dr. H. Vervoort, Director, Pathological Labora- 
tory, Medan. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. W. Kouwenaar, Deli Mij, 
Bindjei. 

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PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Vice-President. Dr. Fernando Calderon, College of Medicine, 
University of Philippines, Manila. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Carmelo Reyes, College of 
Medicine, University of Philippines, Manila. 

SARAWAK. 

Vice-President. Dr. E. M. Marjoribanks, Medical Officer, 
Kuching. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. W. Kusel, Principal Medical 
Officer's Office, Kuching. 

SIAM. 

Vice-President. Rear-Admiral H. S. H. Prince Thavara Mongal- 
wongse, Surgeon-General, Royal Medical Service Department, 
Ministry of Marine, Bangkok. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Colonel Phya Damrong-baedyakun, 
Director, Chulafongkorn Red Cross Hospital, Bangkok. 

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

Vice-President. Dr. A. L. Hoops, Principal Civil Medical Officer, 

S. S., Singapore. 
Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. J. W. Scharff, Government 

Health Officer, S'. S., Singapore. 

FEDERATED MALAY STATES. 

Vice-President. Dr. R. Dowden, Principal Medical Officer, 
Federated Malay States, Kuala Lumpur. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. A. R. Wellington, Senior 
Health Officer, Federated Malay States, Kuala Lumpur. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

Vice-President. Br. J. D. Long, Assistant Surgeon-General, U, S. 
Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 

Honorary Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Edward C. Ernst, Surgeon, 
U. S. Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 



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OFFICIAL DELEGATES. 

BRITISH INDIA GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. 

Civil Department. 

Major-General T. H. Symons, C.S.I., O.B.E., K.H.S., I.M.S., 

Director-General, Indian Medical Service, Delhi. 
Colonel J. D. Graham, C.I.E., I.M.S., Public Health Commissioner 

with the Government of India, Delhi. 
Colonel S. R. Christophers, C.I.E., K.H.P., O.B.E., F.R.S., I.M.S., 

Director, Central Research Institute, Kasauli. 
Captain K. R. K. lyengar, I.M.S., Assistant Director, Central 

Research Institute, Kasauli. 
Major J.^A.^Sinton, V.C., O.B.E., I.M.S., Director, Central Malaria 

Organisation, Kasauli. 

Lt.-Col. T. C. McCombie-Young, I.M.S., Central Malaria Organi- 
sation, Kasauli/ 

Captain P. J. Barraud, I. M.S., Central Malaria Organisation, 
Kasauli. 

Lt.-Col. R. McCarrison, C.I.E., I.M.S., Director, Deficiency Dis- 
eases Enquiry, Coonoor, Madras Presidency. 

Major H. E. Sliortt, I.M.S., Director, Kala-azar Commission, 

Gauhati. 
Dr. M. B. Soparkar, Imperial Institute of Veterinary Research, 

Muktesar, P. O. Ritani, United Provinces. 

Dr. V. T. Korke, Officer-in-Charge of Helminthological Enquiry, 

Gaya, Bihar and Orissa. 

Dr. M. I. Balfour, Haffkine Institute, Parel, Bombay. 
Dr. J. W. Tomb, O.B.E., Asansol Mines Board of Health, Asansol. 
Captain G. C. Maitra, I.M.S., School of Tropical Medicine, 

Calcutta. 
Dr. A. C. Scott, W.M.S., Chief Medical Officer, Women's Medical 

Service, Delhi. 

Lt.-Col. R. B. Seymour-Sewell, I.M.S., Director of the Zoological 
Survey, Calcutta. 

Major S. M. Hepworth, I.M.S'., Superintendent, X-Ray Institute, 
Dehra Dun. 

Mr. J. T. Edwards, I.V.S., Director, Imperial Veterinary Research 
Institute, Muktesar, P. O. Ritani, U. P. 

Military Services. 

Major-General W. H. Ogilvie, C.B., C.M.G., I.M.S., Director of 
Medical Services in India, Army Headquarters, Simla. 

Lt.-Col. J. MacKenzie, V.H.S., R.A.M.C., Director of Hygiene 
and Pathology, Army Headquarters, Simla. 

Colonel A. J. Williams, D.S.O., R.A.V.C., Deputy Director of 
Veterinary Services, Northern Command, Rawalpindi. 

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Royal Navy. 

Surgeon Commander D. H. C. Given, Royal Navy. 

Royal Air Force. 

Group Captain A. V. J. Richardson, O.B.E., Principal Medical 
Officer, Royal Air Force in India, Delhi. 

ASSAM. 

Major T. D. Murison, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, Assam, 

Shillong. 
Lt.-Col. J. Morison, I.M.S., Director, Pasteur Institute and Medical 

Research Institute, Shillong. 

BENGAL. 

Major-General G. Tate, V.H.S., I.M.S., Surgeon-General with the 

Government of Bengal, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. F. A. F. Barnardo, C.I.E., C.B.E., I.M.S., Principal, 

Medical College, Calcutta. 
Lt.-Col. J. W. D. Megaw, C.I.E., V.H.S., I.M.S., Director, School 

of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 
Dr. C. A. Bentley. Director of Public Health, Bengal, Calcutta. 

Dr. R. B. Khambata, Director of Public Health Laboratory and 
Professor of Public Health Laboratory Practice, School of 
Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Dr. M. I. Sufi, Assistant Director of Public Health, Bengal, 
Calcutta. 

Br. B. B. Brahmachari, Assistant Director of Public Health, 
Bengal, Calcutta. 

Dr. S. N. Sur, Assistant Director of Public Health, Bengal, 

Calcutta. 
Dr. R. C. Ray, Officiating Director of Public Health, Calcutta. 

Dr. G. L. Batra, Assistant Director of Public Health, Bengal, 
Calcutta. 

BIHAR & ORISSA. 

Dr. S. N. Mitra, Assistant Director of Public Health, Bengal, 
Calcutta. 

Mr. M. O. T. lyengar, School of Tropical Medicine, Calcutta. 

Mr. A. D. MacGregor, I.V.S., Principal, Bengal Veterinary 
College, Belgachia, Calcutta. 

Colonel W. S. Willmore, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil 
Hospitals, Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 

Lt.-Col. W: C. Ross, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, Bihar and 
Orissa, Patna. 

Lt.-Col. H. R. Dutton, I.M.S., Principal, Prince of Wales Medical 
College, Patna. 

Dr. S. M. Livesey, Superintendent, Durbhanga Medical School, 
Laheria Serai 

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Major C. G. Hewlett, I.M.S., Superintendent, Orissa Medical 

School, Cuttack. 
Mr. D. Quinlan, I.V.S., Director of Civil Veterinary Department, 

Bihar and Orissa, Patna. 
Dr. S. C. Basu, Pilgrim Hospital, Puri. 

BOMBAY. 

Mr. K. Hewlett, I.V.S., Principal, Veterinary College, Bombay. 

Dr. Jamshyd D. Munsiff, Director of Public Health for the 
Government of Bombay, Poona. 

Lt.-Col. F. P. Mackie, O.B.E., J.P., I.M.S., Director of Haffkine 
Institute, Parel, Bombay. 

Lt.-Col. W. M. Houston, I. M.S., Port Health Officer, Bombay. 
Honorary Lt.-Col. R. Row, O.B.E., 27, New Marine Lines, Bombay. 

BURMA. 

Lt-Col. E. Bisset, I.M.S'., Director of Public Health, Burma, 
Rangoon. 

Lt.-CoI. J. Taylor, D.S.O., I.M.S., Director, Pasteur Institute, 
Burma, Rangoon. 

Major G. G. Jolfy, C.I.E., I.M.S., First Assistant Director of Public 
Health and Director, Harcourt Butler Institute of Public Health, 
Burma, Rangoon. 

Mr. C. G. Crow, K.I.H., I.M.D., Port Health Officer, Rangoon. 

Dr. U. Maung Gale, Civil Assistant Surgeon, Assistant District 
Health Officer, Bassein. 

Dr. U. Tha Gyaw, Civil Assistant Surgeon, Assistant District 
Health Officer, Akyab. 

Captain S. R. Rippon, I.V.S., Superintendent, Civil Veterinary 
Department, Burma. 

Lt.-Col. L. E. Gilbert, C.I.E., I.M.S. , Officiating Inspector-General 
of Civil Hospitals, Burma, Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. R. Kelsall, V.H.S., D.S.O., I.M.S'., Physician, Rangoon 
General Hospital, Rangoon. 

Lt.-Col. G. H. Stewart, O.B.E., LM.S., Civil Surgeon, Bassein. 

Dr. U. Aung Tun, Civil Surgeon, Pegu. 

Mr. I. Charan, Civil Surgeon, Prome. 

Mr. A. I. Simon, Civil Assistant Surgeon, Mandalay. 

Mr. U. Nee. 

Mr. C. G. Philip. 

CENTRAL PROVINCES. 

Colonel^J. Norman Walker, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil 
Hospitals, Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

Lt-Col. H. G. Stiles-Webb, I.M.S', Director of Public Health, 
Central Provinces, Nagpur. 

MADRAS. 

Lt.-Col. A. J. H. Russell, C.B.E., I.M.S., Director of Public Health, 
Madras. 

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Captain N. R. Ubhaya, I.M.S., Assistant Director of Public 
Health, Madras. 

Major H. H. King, I.M.S., Director, King Institute, Guindy. 
Lt.-Col. E. W. C. Bradfield, O.B.E., I.M.S., Professor of Surgery, 

Medical College, Madras. 
M. R. Ry. Rao Sahib T. S. Tirumurti Avargal, Professor of 

Pathology, Medical College, Vizagapatam. 
Mr. R. A. D. Graham, Assistant Superintendent and Lecturer, 

Medical School, Madura. 
Mr. F. Ware, I.V.S'., Veterinary Department, Madras. 

Lt.-Col. J. P. Cameron, C.I.E., I.M.S., Inspector-General of 
Prisons, Madras. 

PUNJAB. 

Colonel C. R. Bakhle, I.M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 

Punjab, Lahore, . 
Lt.-Col. W. H. C. Forster, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, 

Punjab, Lahore. 
Lt.-Col. C. A. Gill, I.M.S., Assistant Director of Public Health, 

Punjab, Lahore. 
Mr. T. F. Quirke, I.V.S., Chief Superintendent, Civil Veterinary 

Department, Punjab, Lahore. 

UNITED PROVINCES. 

Colonel R. F. Baird, I. M.S., Inspector-General of Civil Hospitals, 
United Provinces, Lucknow. 

Lt.-Col. C. L. Dunn, I.M.S., Director of Public Health, United 

Provinces, Lucknow. 
Dr. A. N. Goyle, Plague Research Officer, United Provinces, 

Lucknow. 
Dr. Saranjam Khan, Research Officer, United Provinces, Lucknow. 

Rai Bahadur Dr. D. D. Pandya, Assistant Director of Public 
Health, United Provinces, Lucknow. 

Dr. A. P. Bajpai, P.M.S., MacLaren Leper Hospital, Dehra-Dun. 
Dr. K. S. Nigam, P.M.S., King George's Medical College, Lucknow. 

Indian States. 
BARODA. 

Dr. R. B. Chandrachud, Chief Medical Officer, Baroda State, 
Baroda. 

BENARES. 

Captain S. K. Chaudhri, I.M.S', (retd.), Chief Medical Officer, 
Benares State, Ramnagar. 

BIKANER. 

Dr. N. J. Bandorawalla, Principal Medical Officer, Bikaner State 
Bikaner. ' 

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QWALIOR. 

Major V. M. Phatak, Chief Medical Officer, and Sanitary Com- 
missioner, Gwalior State, Gwalior. 

Captain V. G. Gokhale, Senior Medical Officer, Java Arogya 
Hospital, Gwalior. 

Dr. Bhagwatsahaya, Pathologist, J. A. Hospital, Lashkar, Gwalior. 

Dr. Kishanlal Nehru, Sanitary Commissioner, Gwalior State* 
Gwalior. 

Dr. S. S. Antia, The Mall, Morel, Gwalior. 

HOLKAR. 

Rai Bahadur Dr. Sarju Prasad, S'tate Surgeon, Indore State, 
Indore. 



HYDERABAD. 

Dr. R. N. Coorlawala, Superintendent, Osmania Hospital, Hydera- 
bad, Deccan. 

Major Khaja Moinuddin, Director, Medical & Sanitation Depart- 
ments, Hyderat&d. 

Dr. S. B. Surti, Hyderabad. 

Dr. S. W. Hardikar, Hyderabad. 

MYSORE. 

Dr. S. Subha Rao, Medical Officer, Victoria Hospital, Bangalore. 

Dr. J. V. Karve, Deputy Sanitary Commissioner in Mysore; 
Mysore. 

Dr. Usman, Chief Medical Officer, Mysore State, Mysore. 



PATIALA. 

Dr. W. G. Wince, Chief Medical Officer, Patiala S'tate, Patiala. 

8ARANGARH. 

Dr. A. C. Sen Gupta, Chief Medical Officer, Sarangarh State, 
Sarangarh. 

TRAVANCORE. 

Dr. K. Raman Tampi, Inspecting Medical Officer, Travancore 
S'tate, Trivandrum; 

Corporations and Municipalities. 
BOMBAY. 

Dr. J. N. Mehta, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Bombay. 

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CALCUTTA. 

Dr. B. C. Ghosh, 3, Balak Dutt Lane, Calcutta. 

KARACHI. 

Dr. Haji Ghulam Husein Kassim, Rampart Row, Karachi. 

MADRAS. 

Rao Bahadur Dr. C. Natesa Mudaliar, Municipal Councillor, 
32, Veeraraghava Mudali Street, Triphcane, Madras. 

RANGOON. 

Dr. K. R. Dalai, Health Officer, Rangoon Municipality, Rangoon, 
Burma. 

AUSTRALIA. 

Dr. A. H. Baldwin, acting Director of Australian Institute of 
Tropical Medicine, Townsville. 

CEYLON. 

Dr. J. F. E. Bridger, Director of Medical and Sanitary Services, 
Colombo. 

Dr. S. T. Gunasekera, Assistant Director of Sanitary Services, 
Colombo. 

CHINA AND SHANGHAI. 

Dr. Wu Lien Teh, Plague Preventive Service, Harbin. 

Dr. Kingtzechin, Head of the Health Department, Ministry of 
Interior, Peking. 

Dr. Huchenghsiang, Peking Union Medical College, Peking. 
Dr. Hicks, Shanghai. 

FEDERATED MALAY STATES AND UNFEDERATED 
STATES. 

Br. A. R. Wellington, Senior Health Officer, Federated Malay 
States, Kuala Lumpur. 

Dr. A. N. Kingsbury, Institute for Medical Research, Kuala 
Lumpur, Federated Malay States. 

Dr. R. D. Fitzgerald, Principal Medical Officer, Johore Malay 
States. 

HONGKONG. 

Dr. W. B. A. Moore, Victoria Hospital, Hongkong. 
INDO-CHINA. 



JAPAN. 



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FORMOSA. 



KWANTUNG. 



KOR2A. 



MACAO. 

Captain Peregrine da Cc'sta, Surgeon of the Sanitary Department, 



Macao. 



NFPAL. 



Dr. S'idhimani Dikshit, Dilli Bazar, Katmandu. 
Dr. Ganesh Lall Maskey, Katmandu. 

NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES. 

Dr. Ch. W. F. Winckel, Inspecteur du Service Hygienique, 
Weltevreden. 

Dr. O. Deggeller, Secretaire General et Tresorier de T Association, 

Weltevreden. 

Colonel S. H,. Brug, Directeur du I,aboratoire Medical, 
Weltevreden. 

Le Major Br. J. M. Elshout, Chief de 1'Hospital Militaire a 
Batavia, Weltevreden. 

L,e Capitaine Dr. H. de Rook, du services medical militaire, 
Weltevreden. 

Dr. B. C. P. Jansen, chef de la division chimique du laboratoire 
medical, Weltevreden. 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Major A. Parker Kitchens, Medical Corps, U. S. A., Adviser in 
Sanitation and Public Health to the Governor-General, Manila. 

Dr. Ott Schobl, Chief, Division of Biology and Serum 
Laboratories, Manila. 

Dr. Jose Fabella, Public Welfare Commissioner, Manila. 

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SIAM. 



STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

Dr. A. L. Hoops, Principal Civil Medical Officer, Singapore. 
Dr. J. W. Scharff, Port Health Office, Singapore. 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 

Dr. C. R. Kskey, United States Public Health Service, Manila. 

Lt.-Col. Edward B. Vedder, U. S. Army Medical Research Board, 

Bureau of Science, Manila. 
Major-General A. White, Philippines Medical Department, Manila. 

ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION. 

Dr. Victor G. Heiser, Rockefeller Foundation, 61, Broadway, 
New York City, U. S. A. 

FRENCH INDIES. 

Major V. G. F. Labernadie, Chief of the Laboratory of Pondicherry, 
Pondicherry. 



PORTUGUESE INDIA. 

Colonel J. Froilano de Mello, Director-General of Medical Services 
in Portuguese India, Nova-Gcia. 



LEAGUE OF NATIONS. 

Professor Theodore Madsen, Director of the National Institute 
of Serotherapy of Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Dr. Raymond Gautier, Director, Eastern Bureau, League of 

Nations, 67, Robinson Road, Singapore. 

BRITISH GOVERNMENT. 

Lt.-Col. S. P. James, I.M.S. (retd.), Ministry of Health, London. 



EGYPTIAN MARITIME AND SANITARY AND 
QUARANTINE BOARD. 



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SPECIAL GUESTS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA. 

Lt.-Col. Sir Ronald Ross, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., F.R.S., I.M.S. (retd.), 
Director in Chief, Ross Institute for Tropical Diseases, Putney 
Heath, London. 

Sir Malcolm Watson, Kt., LL.D., Klang, Federated Malay States. 

Lt.-Col. Sir Leonard Rogers, C.I.E., F.R.S., I.M.S. (retd.), 38, 
Aberdare Gardens, London. 

Professor Theodore Madsen, Director of the National Institute 
of Serotherapy of Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Professor J. W. W. Stephens, F.R.S'., School of Tropical Medicine, 
Liverpool. 

Sir Walter Fletcher, K.B.E., Secretary, Medical Research Council, 
London. 

HON. ADVISER TO THE COUNCIL. 

Dr. Victor G. Heiser, Rockefeller Foundation, 61, Broadway, 
New York, U. S. A. 



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MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION 



Abbreviations for the provinces, etc., 
of British India. 

Assam, Bengal, Bihar & Orissa (B. & O.), Bombay, 
Burma, Central Provinces (C. P.), Delhi, Madras, 
North West Frontier Province (N. W. F. P.), 
Punjab, United Provinces (U. P.), Rajputana is a 
collection of Indian States. 

Indian States are followed by the word " State/' 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 

The mark * indicates that the member proposes to 
attend the Congress at Calcutta. 



1 * Kukday, K. V. 

2 Hassan, Syed 
3* Connor, F. P. 
4 Lee, R. H. 

5* Dhunjibhoy, J. E. 

6 Brierley, C. I. 

7 Bamfield, H. J. K. 
8* Cruickshank, J. A. 
9 * Leitch, J. N. 

10* Graham, J. D. 

11* Maitra, G. C. 

12 Kernahan, J. A. A. 

13 Webster, W. J. 
14* Proctor, A. H. 
15* Young, Ruth 
16* Mackenzie, J. 

17* Thorburn, H. Hay 

18* Chandrachud, R. B. 

19* Coorlawala, R. N. 

20* Scott, A. C. 

21 Craighead, A. C. 

22* Phatak, Vinayak Mahadeo 

23 Pasteur Institute 

24* Mukerjee, Susilkumar 

25 * Singh, Jit 

26 Carrey, J. 

27* Majumdar, Tarak Nath 

28 Singh, Kulwant 

29* Tampi, K. Raman 

30 Ponnuswamy, J. M. 

31 Cowie, E. A. W. 

32 Mayne, Bruce 

33 Clayton, R. V. 

34* Banerjee, Manindra Nath 

35 Verghese, G. 

36 Ledger, L. K. 
37* Galstaun, S. G. 

38 Dimond, W. E. R. 

39 Din, Mohammad Fazlud 

40 Harvey, A. E. D. 

41 Sahib, Khan 

42 Ram, Pars 

83 



Nagpur, C. P. 

Patna, B. & O. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

MuzafTarpur, B. & O. 

Ranchi, B. & O. 

Peshawar, N. W. F. P. 

Naini Tal, U. P. 

Madras. 

Moran, Assam. 

Delhi. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Rawalpindi. 

Baroda, Baroda State. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Delhi. 

Simla, Punjab. 

Simla. 

Baroda, Baroda State. 

Hyderabad, Deccan State. 

Delhi. 

Shillong, Assam. 

Gwalior State. 

Coonoor, Madras. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Lahore, Punjab. 

Sialkot, Punjab. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Kamptee, C. P. 

Trivanclrum, Travancore 

State. 
Madras. 

Rawalpindi, Punjab. 
Saharanpur, U. P. 
Bombay. 
Jessore, Bengal. 
Mandalay, Burma. 
Sistan, East Persia. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Peshawar, N. W. F. P. 
Tandula, N. W. F. P. 
Peshawar, N. W. F. P. 
Peshawar, N. W. F. P. 
Kohat, N. W. F. P. 



43 Din, Mohammud 

44 Khan, Sardar 

45 Kapur, Asa Nand 

46 Umar, Saiyyid Mohd. 
47* Shortt, H. E. 

48 * Mackie, F. P. 

49* Lloyd ; R. B. 

50* Covell, G. 

51 * Williams, A. J. 

52 Mukerji, Basant Kumar 

53 Overbeck-Wright, A. W. 

54 Das, Banarsi 

55 Cook, H. P. 

56 Wright, W. D. 

57 Mathur, K. P. 
58* Nigam, K. S. 

59 O'Neill, J. S. 

60 Pant, Pitambar 

61 Basil-Rosair, H. 

62 Das, Ayodhya Nath 

63 Hasan, Syed Faizul 

64 Bhasauria, M. S. 

65 King Institute 

66 Karnath, M. Rayappa 

67 English, Lena M. 

68 Shroff, S. P. 

69 Lafrenais, H. M. 

70 Stephens, E. D. 

71 Combined Indian Military 

Hospital. 

72 Alum, Mohd Nazir 

73 Felt, F. R. 
74* Kingston, H. 

75 Stocker, C. J. 

76 Bazaz, Mool Singh 

77 Mirza, Mohammed Tahir 

78 Hanif, Muhammed 

79 Latif, Muhammad Abdul 

80 Shaft, Mohammad 

81 Chaudhary, Faiz Mohd Khan 
82* Dube, K. C. 

83 * Srivastava Raghubir Sharma 

84 * Kinnaird Hospital 

85 * Sousa, Augustus 
86* Chaudhri, K. L. 

87 Hamid, Abdul 

88 Mathur, Raghuraj Bahadur 
89* Dunn, C. L. 

90 Clyde, D. 

91 Govil, Shiva Narain 
92* Sprawson, C. A. 

93 Mehta, J. R. 

94 Walters, A. A. 

95 Agarwala, Brij Basi Lai 

96 Naquvie, Syed Zaheer Hasan 

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Shabkadar, N. W. F. P. 
Shankargarh, N. W. F. P. 
Hangu, N. W. F. P. 
Sarwakai, N. W. F. P. 
Gauhati, Assam. 
Bombay. 
Calcutta. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Rawalpindi, Punjab. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Fyzabad, U. P. 
Gorakhpur, U. P. 
Benares, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Mussoorie, U. P. 
Garhwal Pauri, U. P. 
Fatehgarh, U. P. 
Fyzabad, U. P. 
Zaidpur, U. P. 
Ballia, U. P. 
Guindy, Madras. 
Molky, Madras. 
Ootacamund, Madras. 
Delhi. 
Bombay. 

Wellington, Madras. 
Landikotal, N. W. F. P. 

Forbesganj, Bengal. 
Jubbulpore, C. P. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Meshed, Persia. 
Delhi. 

Ballia, U. P. 
Jandola, N. W. F. P. 
Sararogha, N. W. F. P. 
Jandola, N. W. F. P. 
Jandola. N. W. F. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Bara Banki, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Meerut, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Muttra, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Nainital, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Bara Banki, U. P. 
Muttra, U. P. 
Ballia, U. P. 
Jalalpur, U. P. 



97* Ahmad, Syed 

98 Luther, P. C. 

99 AH, Barkat 

100* Singh, Gur Prasad " 

101 Sharma, Sohan Lai 

102 Prasad, Bhagwat 

103 Freeman, J. I. A. 
104* Henderson, J. M. 

105 Manickam, C. I. 

106 Pillai, T. R.'Govindaswami 

107 Ghosh, Surapati 

108* Gupta, Dhirendra Nath 

109* Das, P. N. 

110* Mozoomdar, Bidhan Prosad 

111* Berkeley-Hill, Owen A. R. 

112 Masson, James 

113 Modi, L. S. ' 

114 John, P. P. 

115 Huq, Md. Hesamul 
116* Sebastian, T. 

117 Banerjee, C. N. 

118 Sinha, Sadhu 

119 Pal, Manmatha Nath 

120 Pal, Kali Das 

121 Phillips, A. J. 

122 Das, Jahar Lai 

123 Bagchi, J. G. 

124 Sen, Sudhir Kumar 
125* Acton, H. W. 

126 * Megaw, J. W. D. 

127* Strickland, C. 

128 * Stewart, A. D. 

129* Houseman, E. 

130 Sladen, R. J. L. 

131* Cameron, A. D. 

132 Kipp, Cora I. 

133 * McVail, J. B. 
134* Knowles, R. 
135 * Das, Kedarnath 

136* Rushforth, Mrs. F. V. 

137* Fetherstonhaugh, W. E. 

138* Chatter ji, Karuna Kumar 

139* Bentley, C. A. 

140 Aich, J. C. 

141 * Ghosh, Birendra Nath 
142* Goil, D. P. 

143 * Muir, E. 

144* Brahmachari, B. B. 

145* Hamilton, W. G. 

146* Maitra, Jatindra Nath 

147 * Ukil, A. C. 

148* Stapleton, G. 

149* Coppinger, W. V. 

150 Mackelvie, M. 

151 * Khambata, R. B. 

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Banda, U. P. 
Fyzabad, U. P. 
Saharanpur, U. P. 
Gorakhpur, U. P. 
Azamgarh, U. P. 
Gorakhpur, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Port Blair, Andamans. 
Port Blair, Andamans. 
Begusarai, Bengal. 
Arrah, B. & O. 
Puri, B. & O. 
Muzaffarpur, B. & O. 
Ranchi, B. & O. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Buxar, B. & O. 
Balangin, B. & O. 
Aurangabad, B. & O. 
Namkum, B. O. 
Namkum, B. & O. 
Bhagalpur, B. Q. 
Siwan, B. O. 
Sambalpur, B. & O. 
Patna, B. O. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Scraikela, B. O. 
Laheriaserai, B. & O. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Alipore, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Tilaunia, Rajputana. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Burdwan, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Howrah, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Dacca, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 



152* Anderson, I. R. 

153* Maitra, Dwijendra Nath 

154* Brown, E. H. 

155 Sanyal, Tarapada 

156* Basu, Charu Chandra 

157* Bose, Chunilal 

158* Bose, Jyoti P. 

159* Bose, J. N. 

160 Chatter jee, Nolindra Nath 

161* Das, Khagendra Nath 

162 Das, Upendra Mohan 

163* Dutt, Sital Chandra 

164 Mukerjee, Bibhuti Bhusan 

165 * Dutt, Provash Kumar 
166* Mukherjee, Baman Das 

167 Gupta, Satyendranath D. 

168 Paul, Asutosh 
169* Baptist, A. A. E. 
170* Headwards, Alice 

171 * Roy, R. C. 

172 Hanafin, J. B. 

173 Bamford', A. V. W. 
174* Oxley, J. C. S. 
175* Mehta, Jivraj N. 

176* Fernandes, Miss F. Saldanha 

177 Suppa, S. S. 

178* Houston, W. M. 

179 Fooks, G. E. 

180* Mhaskar, K. S. 

181 Parmanand, M. J. 

182* Anthony, R. W. 

183 Pai, A. Sarvottam 

184* D'Monte, D. A. 

185 Gharpurey, K. G. 

186 Wadia Maternity Hospital 

187 Khandwalla, M. T. 
188* Khandwala, T. C. 

189 D'Souza, J. A. 

190 Billimoria, R. B. 

191 DePenning, H. C. 
192* Gharpure, P. V. 
193* Wadhwani, H. R. 

194 Contractor, F. C. 

195 Murray, J. H. 

196 Dalai, P. A. 

197 Gandhi, K. A. 
198* Naidu, B. P. B. 

199 Chitre, G. D. 

200 Karkhanawala, A. D. 

201 Iyer, K. V. R. 
202* Cunningham, T. 

203 The Pasteur Institute of 

India. 

204 * Gill, C. A. 

205 Roberts, H. Gordon 

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Burdwan, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Jalpaiguri, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Domjoor, Bengal. 

Howrah, Bengal. 

Chhindwara, C. P. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Marwar, Rajputana. 

Howrah, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Dacca, Bengal. 

Rangpur, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Dalhousie, Punjab. 

Ambala, Punjab. 

Jubbulpur, C. P. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Durgadevi, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bangalore, Mysore State. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bandra, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bansda, Gujrat. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Kotu, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Jacobabad, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Poona, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Ahmedabad, Bombay, 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Guntakal, Bombay. 

Kasauli, Punjab. 

Kasauli, Punjab. 

Lahore, Punjab. 
Shillong, Assam. 



206* Din, Jamal-ud 

207 D'Souza, A. J. 

208* Prasad, Surju 

209* Gupta, G. P. Das 

210 Medical Association 

211 Khan, N. Akbar 

212 Din, Amir-ud 

213 Bahl, P. L. 

214 Tha, U. Ba 

215 Chowdhury, K. K. 

216 Pokey, R. L. 

217 Peter, M. H. 
218* Chari, S. J. R. 

219 Kapur, H. R. 

220 Singh, Ujagar 

221 Lwin, U. 

222 Gale, Mating 

223 Nyun, Kyaw 

224 Constant, C. E. 
225* Bisset, E. 

226 Sanyal, Sukumar 



227 
228 
229 
230 
231 
232 
233 
234 
235 
236 
237 



Dalhousie, Punjab. 
Madras. 

Indore, Holkar State. 
Benares, Benares State. 
Benares Cantt, U. P. 
Paungde, Burma. 
Pyawbwe (Yu), Burma* 
Sagaing, Burma. 
Fort Morton, Burma. 
Pegu, Burma. 
Rangoon. 
Yandopn, Burma. 
Mergui, Burma. 
Yawnghwe, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Bassein, Burma. 
Bassein, Burma. 
Mandalay, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Seoni, C. P. 



Joshi, Purushottam Sakharam Chourai, C. P. 



Richardson, J. M. 

Phatak, V. K. 

Mukerjee, P. 

Bobde, M. B. 

Varkherkar, P. K. 

Gupte, B. B. 

Azeem, Abdul 

Datta, Ram Dayal 

Tiwari, T. P. 

Mukerji, Subodh Chandra 
238* Newcomb, Clive 
239 Martin, C. de C. 
240* Tomb, John, W. 
241 Mahadevan, V. 

Scott, H. B. 

Powell, W. J. 

Hallilay, H. 

Chand, Amir 

Seth, Hira Lall 

Jhirad, S. J. 



242 
243 
244 
245 
246 
247 



248* Pennell, Alice M. 

249 Morison, J. 

250 Hance, J. B. 

251 Reinhold, C. H. 

252 Mohammad, Nur 

253 Phipson, E. S. 
254* Webb, J. R. D. 
255 Singh, Bhag 
256* Gloster, T. H. 

257 * Poona Sevasadan Society 

258* Blind Relief Association 

259 Bird, William 

260 Mathur, Ram Gopal 

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Narsinghpur, C. P. 
Chhindwara, C. P. 
Barman, C. P. 
Tumsar, C. P. 
Wun, C. P. 
Pandharkoura, C. P. 
Anjangaon, C. P. 
Multai, C. P. 
Pendra, C. P. 
Betul, C. P. 
Madras. 

Rangoon, Burma. 
Asansol, Bengal. 
Palamcottah, Madras. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Amritsar, Punjab. 
Amritsar, Punjab. 
Kalianpur, U. P. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Jodhpur, Rajputana. 
Meerut, U. P. 
Saharanpur, U. P. 
Aden, Arabia. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Coonoor, Madras. 
Poona, Bombay. 
Mirpurkhas, Bombay. 
Amritsar, Punjab. 
Poonch, Poonch State.. 



261 * Crozier, G. G. 


Manipur, Assam. 


262 The Central Research Insti- Kasauli, Punjab. 


tute. 




'263* Chaudhuri, S. K 


Ramnagar, Benares State. 


264 Fernstrom, H. J. 


Telaunia, Rajputana. 


265 Chandorkar, B. R. 


Nagpur, C. P. 


266 Hameed, Syed Abdul 


Raigarh State. 


267 Rao, Baindur Krishna 


Cuddapah, Madras. 


268 Unnithan, P. G. G. 


Saidapet, Madras. 


269 Matthew, K. T. 


Madras. 


270 Naidu, V. P. Venkatakrishna 


Tan j ore, Madras. 


271 Beer, W. A. 


Coonoor, Madras. 


272* Rao, V. Lakshmi Pati 


Ponur, Madras. 


273 * Pai, M. Kesava 


Madras. 


274 Rajah, Doras wamy 
275 Driver, A. H. 


Tan j ore, Madras. 
Jammalamadugu, Madras. 


276 Charry, C. Streenivasa 


Tiruchendur, Madras. 


277 Reddi, S. Sesha 


Porumamilla, Madras. 


278 Pillai, D. John 


Madras. 


279 Aiyar, P. S. Venkateswara 


Saptur, Madras. 


280 Appalanarasaya, P. V. 
281 Menon, B. Narayana 


Anakapalli, Madras. 
Coondapore, Madras. 


282 Joseph, P. J. 


Cochin State. 


283 Pillai, N. C. Govindaswami 


Arantangi, Madras. 


284 Puranik, R. V. 


Nanded, Hyderabad 




State. 


285 Tucker, Miss E. E. 


Madras. 


286 Somalingam, M. 


Sattenapalli, Madras. 


287* Raj an, T. S. S. 


Trichinopoly, Madras. 


288 Hart, Miss Louisa, H. 


Madanapalle, Madras. 


289 Venu Gopal, C. A. 


Royapettah, Madras. 


290 Menon, V. Krishna 


Valapad, Madras. 


291 Nair, P. Gopalan 


Mangalore, Madras. 


292 Iyer, L. Subramania 


Pollachi, Madras. 


293 Raghavan, Sesha 


Tirukattupalli, Madras. 


294 Seshachori, K. 


Yedapodi, Madras. 


295 Ubhaya, N. R. 


Madras. 


296 Panchapakesan, B. 


Bellary, Madras. 


297 Rao, K. V. R. 


Masulipatam, Madras. 


298 Sundram, P. R. 


Tirumalai, Madras. 


299* Russeil, A. J. H. 


Madras. 


300 Suryanarayanamurti, C. 
301 Joshee, D. L. 


Vizagapatam, Madras. 
Ramachandrapuram, 




Madras. 


302 Russack, S. A. 


Tanjore, Madras. 


303 Baliga, B. S. 


Bellary, Madras. 


304 Iyer, A. Natesa 


Mayavaram, Madras. 


305 Rao, K. Raghavendra 


Madras. 


306* Jeyasinghraj , C. Simons 


Polavaram, Madras. 


307 Brazer, B. de. 


Bangalore, Mysore. 


308 Hutchinson, F. H. G. 


Madras. 


309 Hesterlow, A, M. V. 


Madras. 


310 Kamath, A. V. 


Chatrapur, Madras. 


311 * Croly, R. G. G. 


Madras. 


312* King, H. H. 


Madras. 



313 Gupta, P. D. 

314* Stott, H. 

315 Tandan, R. K. 

316 Roy, B. M. 
317* Pandya, D. D. 

318 Rahman, M. A. 

319 Vyas, B. N. 
320* Khan, Saranjam 

321 * Chatterjee. P. N. 

322 Shanker, Bhupcndra 
323* Agarwala, Shiva, Das 

324 Gupta, Budh Sen 

325 Ullah, Ahmad 

326 Husain, Aijaz 

327 Gupta, Bhagat Swarup 

328 Sharma, Makkhan Lai 

329 Gupta, Chuni Lai 

330 * Lai, Madan Mohan 
331* Christophers, S. R. 
332 Vardon, A. C. 
333* Jameson, E. T. 

334 Spreadbury, H. J. H. 

335 Murphy, R. A. 
336* Batra, H. L. 

337 * Sen, Jyoti Lai 

338 Innes, H. 
339* Das, S. P. 

340 Ahmed, M. Alchtar 

341 * Ramsay, G. C. 

342 Crunden, E. G. 

343 Pal, Sarada Charan 

344 Roy, Sitansu Mohan 

345 Dam, N. 

346 Williams, D. P. 

347 Roberts, C. L. Digby 

348 Bhattacharjee, Sudhiranjan 

349 Lahiri, Upendramohan 
350* Hutcheson, G. 

351 Blinkworth, K. W. 

352* Murison, T. D. 

353 Sikdar, Jotindra Mohan 

354 Ghose, Pran Krishna 

355 Purkayastha, Satish Chandra 

356 Purkayastha, Ashutosh De 

357 Gupta, Nalini Kanta Sen 

358 Ram, Labhu 

359 Ram Paras 

360 Heppolette, J. E. R. 

361 Watson, J. W. 

362 Narain, Suraj 

363 Bhai, Chhotu 

364 Narain, Suraj 

365 Mathur, M. P. 

366 Charan, Shive 

367 Lai, Chhagan Behari 

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Jhansi, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Ghaziabad, U. P. 
Azamgarh, U. P. 
Utraula, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Unao, U. P. 
Deoria, U. P. 
Deoria, U. P. 
Gorakhpur, U. P. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Barjuli, Assam. 
Cachar, Assam. 
Chandpur Bagan, Assam. 
Jorhat, Assam. 
Cachar, Assam. 
Gauhati, Assam. 
Sylhet, Assam. 
Mongoldai, Assam. 
Dewan, Assam. 
Dhubri, Assam. 
Srimangal, Assam. 
Khumtai, Assam. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Doom Dooma, Assam. 
Mariposa Mariani, Assam. 
Dalgoma, Assam. 
Tezpur, Assam. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Garo Hills, Assam. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Tezpur, Assam. 
Haltugaon, Assam. 
Tahirpur, Assam. 
Mahendraganj, Assam. 
Nowgong, Assam. 
Mandi Dabwali, Punjab. 
Fazilka, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Ramsar, Rajputana. 
Masuda, Rajputana. 



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Hassen, S. Khurshid 

White, R. Senior 

Bhakta, Munshi Lai 

Henriques, A. F. 

Khan, Yousofe AH 

Mackenzie, H. M. 

Beit, F. V. O. 

Masina, H. M. 

Masina Hospital 

Nayudu, K. V. Dhanakoti 

Nelson, J. J. Harper 

Harty, A. H. 

Gibbs, A. A. 

Khan, Abdul Karim 

Din, M. Jamilud 

Mitra, N. C. 

Brahmachari, Upendra Nath 

Jatar, N. Shriram 

Sarkar, Monmohan 

Dunn, Mrs. L. E. 

Commisseriet, S. H. 

Kelavkar, M. K. 

Hamilton, A. F. 

Shah, J.' M. 

Patel, P. T. 

Avari, C. R. 

Mehta, M. M. 

Caius, J. F. 

Jasudasen, F. 

Wadia, Jal 

MunsifT, J. D. 

Gama, Accacio da 

Balfour. Miss M. I. 

Bilimoria, H. S. 

Gokhale, R. K. 

D' Monte, Mrs. C. 

Steinhoff, F. G. 

Jang, S. S. 

Sokhey, S. S. 

Sandilandb, J. E. 

Akula, T. G. 

Bharucha, E. S. 

Gune, T. R. 

Choksy, N. H. 

Emameloc, Alexandra 

Gore, S. N. 

Bharucha, K. H. 

Devadatta, O. I. 

Duggan, J. N. 

Kamat, D. D. 

Acworth Leper Asylum 

Malandkar. M. A. 

Mehta, Sampatmal 

Deas, L. J. M. 

Kapur, Maharaj Krishna 

90 



Todgarh, Rajputana. 

Kasauli, Punjab. 

Bidhupur, B. & O. 

Bombay. 

Bisalpur, U. P. 

Lahore, Punjab. 

Rangoon, Burma. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Hospet, Madras. 

Lahore, Punjab. 

Yervada, Bombay. 

Rawalpindi, Punjab. 

Padranna, U. P. 

Benares, U. P. 

Ranchi, B. O. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 

Nagpur, C. P. 

Tezpur, Assam. 

Broach, Bombay. 

Lucknow, U. P, 

Jhansi, U. P. 

Bombay. 

Poona, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Poona, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay^ 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Karachi, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Poona, Bombay. 

Pandharpur, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Miraj, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Ratnagiri, Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Bombay. 

Sajat, Rajputana. 

Baluchistan, N. W. F. P, 

Lahore, Punjab. 



423 

424 

425. 

426* 

427* 

428 

429 

430* 

431 

432* 

433 

434* 

435 

436 

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438* 

439* 

440 

441 

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Harold, C. H. H. 

Hume, R. M. 

Shastery, T. S. 

Davison, D. H. 

Leake, A. M. 

Hassan, S. R. 

Brown, Edith M. 

Nariman, T. B. 

Menon, T. K. 

Klaber, Robert 

Victor, A. C. 

Taylor, H. A. 

Karumbayram, T. B. 

Airania, Dwarka Prasad 

Maheshwari, Jwala Prasad 

Ashrafbeg, Mirza 

Esch, C. D. 

Lushai, Pika 

Mullins, C. 

Das, Ganges Chandra 

Das, Pramode Chandra 

Karmokar, D. D. 

Baruah, Hern Chandra 

Sarma, Bhaba Nath 

De, Ram Chandra 

Rohman, Md. Khalilur 

Karmaker, Nagendra Chandra 

Bhorali, Deveswar 

Bordoloi, Moheswar 

Chatterjee, A. P. 

Boyd, T. C. 

Mukerjee, Jogesh Chandra 

Hazra, Mohini Mohan 

Chopra, R. N. 

Ghose, S. N. 

Mukerjee, Harendranath 

Mopkerjee, Bijay Chandra 

Majumdar, Sidheswar 

Mukcrji, S. N. 

Bomford, T. L. 

Basu, Umaprasanna 

Nandi, Pramatha Nath 

Gupta, Nalini Ranjan Sen 

Bhattacharjee, Shivapada 

Simpson, N. S. 

Bauer jee, Aswini Kumar 

De Fontaine, M. B. 

Bardhan, Prabhat Kumar 

Dey, Dibakar 

Sen, Kali Mohan 

Sen, Sukes Lobhon 

Smith, R, O. A. 
Chowdhury, Pulindra Kumar 
Rai. 

91 



Rawalpindi, Punjab. 
Bandikui, Rajputana. 
Nellore, Madras. 
Bombay. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Ludhiana, Punjab. 
Bombay. 
Madras. 

Golaghat, Assam. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Calcutta. 

Andaman Islands. 
Ajmer, Rajputana. 
Jaipur, Rajputana. 
Jhunjuna, Rajputana. 
Dhamtari, C. P. 
Aijal, Assam. 
Naga Hills, Assam. 
Imfbal, Assam. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Darrang, Assam. 
Tura, Assam. 
Tura, Assam. 
Nazira, Assam. 
Damra, Assam. 
Nazira, Assam. 
Ganakpukhuri, Assam. 
Soalkuchi, Assam. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Jashpur State, C. P. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Dacca, Bengal. 
Naihati, Bengal. 
Chittagong, Bengal. 
Burdwan, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Champaful, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Dacca, Bengal. 
Baripada, Mayurbhanj 

State. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Barnipur, Bengal. 



476 Gupta, Hari Charan 
477* Shaha, Brajaballav 
478* Lahiri, Subodh Chandra 
479* Chatter ji, Sachi Kumar 
480* Mitra, Surendra Krishna 
481* Rai, Kali Prasanna 
482* Gow, P. Fleming 
483* Ahmad, Khaliluddin 
484* Ahmed, Syed Sultan 

485 Khin, H. Aung 

486 Samuel, K. D. 

487 Kelsall, R. 
488* Ameen. M. N. 

489 The Harcourt Butler Insti- 

tute of Public Health. 

490 Smith, E. C. A. 

491 The Chemical Examiner to 

Govt. of Burma. 
492* Port Health Office 

493 Cruz, J. V. De 

494 Lai, Mithan 

495 Cottrell, A. Raymond 
496* Prasad,'Brij Nandan 
497* Bakhle, C. R. 

498 Ramarao, S. 

499 Badcock, C. F. 
500* lyengar, K. R. K. 
501* Wardman, Miss M. 
502 Nadir, Hadi Husain 
503* Clements, J. E. 

504 Saksena, Murli Dhar 

505 * Hennessy, J. M. R. 

506* Gupta, Anukul Chandra Sen 

507 Mohan ji, B. R. 

508 Rau, R. Venkata 
509* Verdon, P. 

510 Mathur, J. N. Kanchand 

511 Mehta, Sheonath Chand 
512* Vyas, Bhirandas 

513 Rountree. H. K. 

514 Sarup, Ram 

515 Puri, M. L. 

516* White, A. Denham 
517* Sewell, R. B. Seymour 
518* Barnardo, F. A. F. 
519* Ray, Lalit Kumar 
520* Goyle, Amar Nath 
521* Baj payee, Ambica Prasad 

522 Gupta, Chhotey Lai 

523 Ram, Sada 
524* Gupta, Sri Ram 

525 Gupta, Anand Swarup 
526* Singh, Chhatar 
527* Martin, Miss R. 
528 Ram, Tulshi 

92 



Muktagacha, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Akyab, Burma. 
Yosagyo, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 

Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 

Rangoon, Burma. 
Fort Hertz, Burma. 
Azamgarh, U. P. 
Bulsar, Bombay. 
Basti, U. P. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Tuni, Madras. 
Ootacamund, Madras. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Purulia, B. & O. 
Bara Banki, U P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Port Blair, Andamans. 
Sarangarh, C. P. 
Hoti, N. W. F. P. 
Pithapuram, Madras. 
Madras. 

Jodhpur, Rajputana. 
Jodhpur, Rajputana. 
Nagaur, Rajputana. 
Ranchi, B. & O. 
Jhansi, U. P. 
Multan, Punjab. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Mussoorie, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Dehra Dun, U. P. 
Benares, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P, 
Basti, U. P. 
Kheri, U. P. 
Mirzapur, U. P. 
Lakhimpur-Kheri, U. P. 
Badshahpur, U. P. 



529 Varma, Shri Ram 

530 Ali, Murad 

531 Khan, Ali Zaman 

532 Qadir, Syed Ghulam 

533 * Mohamed, Sheikh Naiz 
534* Singh, Udam 

535 * Khan, Tufail Ahmad 
536* Barraud, P. J. 
537* Singh, Gian 
538* Sachdev, Ganesh Das 

539 Dhir, Manohar Lai 

540 Chand, Gokul 

541 Thomas, D. R. 

542 Khan, Allah Jowaya 

543 Hamid, Abdul 

544 Khanna, Bhagat Ram 

545 Fox, C. J. 

546 Nath, Prem 

547 Bilgrami, Moin Uddin 
548* Soparkar, M. B. 

549 * Mazumder, Harihar 
550* Shaw, Alice J. 

551 Pillai, D. N. 

552 Bharucha, N. H. 

553 Ullah, Hidayat 

554 Datta, Sibaram 
555* Judah, N. J. 
556* Kirwan, E. O'G. 

557 * Sen, Atindra Nath 

558 * Ahmad, Dabiruddin 

559 Sinha, Ramanath 

560 Bakshi, H. N. 

561 * Bramwells, E. H. 
562* Dey, Subal Chandra 
563 Tirumurti, T. S. 
564* Sarkar, Jyotish 
565* Banerji, Karunamoy 
566 * Sen, Kali Prasanna 
567* Bhattacharjee, Prafulla 

Kumar. 

568* Basu, Khagendra Nath 
569* Banerji, Binodc Behari 
570 * Gupta, Nirmal Chandra Das 
571* Ganguly, Lai Behary 
572* Chaudhuri, Upendra Nath 

Ray. 

573 * Majumdar, Binay Lall 
574* Ghosh, Durga Pada 
575* Maitra, Jitendra Nath 
576* Chakravarti, Dines Chandra 
577 Anklesaria, F. H. 
578* Phatherfod, W. A. 

579 Turkhad, Miss M. S. 

580 Sholapur Medical Society 
581 * Lele, K. B. , 

93 



Kairana, U. P. 
Jansath, U. P. 
Malihabad, U. P. 
Buldhana, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Ghosi, U. P. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Multan, Punjab. 
Multan, Punjab. 
Gurdaspur, Punjab. 
Dinanagar, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Sialkote, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Sandila, U. P. 
Muktesar, U. P. 
Muktagacha, Bengal. 
Hyderabad, Deccan State. 
Kulitalai, Madras. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Rajapur, U. P. 
Chakasis, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Chinsurah, Bengal. 
Mymensingh, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Vizagapatam, Madras. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 



582* Dongre, V. K. Bombay. 

583 Erulkar, A. S. Bombay. 

584 Engineer, Miss J. B. Bombay. 

585 Bulchandani, K. M. Shikarpur, Bombay. 

586 Guha, P. K. Aijal, Assam. 

587 Rahman, S. M. H. Khowang, Assam. 

588 Deb, Atul Chandra. Goalpara, Assam. 

589 Shilla, Domiwell Imphal, Manipore State. 

590 Kakoti, Ramprasad Naga Hills, Assam. 

591 Mazumdar, Surendra Chandra Lakhipur, Assam. 

592 Thuama Sialsuk, Assam. 

593 Mclver, Colin Manipur, Assam, 

594 Gupta, Joges Chandra Das Khetri, Assam. 

595 Purkyastha, Surendra Chandra Kalakatkhan, Assam. 

596 Mazumdar, Abani Kumar Amsoi, Assam. 

597 Palmer, F. J. Binnakandy, Assam. 

598 Mukherji, Bharat Das Kongpokpi, Assam. 

599 Ao, Kazakaba Wakching, Assam. 

600 Bhattacharjee, Gopi Raman Deoparah, Assam. 

601 Datta, Upendra Chandra Tezpur, Assam. 

602 Das, Jagat Jiban Chhatak, Assam. 

603 Sarma, ,Amar Chandra Patharia, Assam. 

604 Biswas, Benode Bihari Gpuripur, Assam. 

605 Nandy, Kumud Chandra Bijni, Assam. 

606 Gupta, Priyahar Sylhet, Assam. 

607 Basu, Mohendra N. Bhauga, Assam. 

608 Livingstone, David Pura, Assam. 

609 Bose, Narendra Nath Dharamtul, Assam. 

610 Chakravarty, M. Golapara, Assam. 

611 Das, Jogendra Narayan Aijal, Assam. 

612 Gupta, Birendra Nath Sen Nowgong, Assam. 

613 Gupta, Mukteswar Das Bagmara, Assam. 

614 Meek, Donald Kumbhir, Assam. 

615 Das, Rajani Mohan Hailakandi, Assam. 

616 Ojha, Aditya Ram Kochugaon, Assam. 

617 Gupta, Satish Chandra Dhubri, Assam. 

618 Ahmed, Farid-uddin Tinsukia, Assam. 

619 Ghose, Shyama Charan Tengakhat, Assam. 

620 Majumdar, Girija Kumar Jorhat, Assam. 

621 Chowdhury, Surendra Nath Mokokchung, Assam. 

622 Chowdhury, Jogendra Mohan Dudnai, Assam. 

623 Dey, Nepal Chandra Nowgong, Assam, 

624 Bhattacharya, Ayodhyanath Beth Kandi, Assam. 

625 Bhuyan, Dambarudhar Dorrang, Assam. 
626* Majumdar, Surendra Nath Abhayapuri, Assam. 

627 Chaudhuri, M. Islam Kamrup, Gauhati, Assam. 

628 Biswas, Khagendra Nath Khalihamari, Assam. 

629 Chaudhury, Kshirode Chandra Krishnai, Assam. 

630 Chaudhury, Binode Bihari Sootea, Assam. 

631 McCoy, J. W. Sylhet, Assam. 

632 Gupta, Prafulla Kumar Sen Kohima, Assam. 

633 Hazorika, D. Kohima, Assam. 

634 Black, John Inil, Assam. 

635 * Berlie, H. C. ' Seleng, Assam. 

636 Gunny, Abdul Kutuari, Assam. 

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637 Pal, Rajindar 

638* Webb, E. R. 

639* Patel, Miss Gulbai 

640* Rahman. K. A. 

641 * Sahai, B. 

642* Puri, Hansraj 

6(43 * Gokhale, V. G. 

644 Rao, V. Jagannadha 

645 Subbiah, R. 

646 Bose, A. N. 
647* Nehru, Kishanlal 
648* Purohit, B. H. 

649 Mehta, V. D. 

650 Bauman, Harvey, R. 

651 * Walker, John Norman 

652 * John, J. C. 
653* Howlett, C. G. 

654 Cook, Lewis 

655 Bagchi, K. N. 

656 Mitra, S. L. 
657* Willmore, W. S. 
658 * Krishnaswami, P. 
659* Rogers, F. C. 

660 Joseph, Daniel Pakkianathan 

661 Dakshinamurty, S. 

662 Macphail, Miss A. M. 

663 Theodore, James 

664 Bradfield, E. W. C. 

665 Naidu, A. M. Govindarajulu 

666 Raghavachari, T. N. S. 

667 Sankaran, K. 

668 Carreck, F. F. Rath 

669 Prabhu, G. Madhava 

670 Scroggie, W. R. J. 

671 Hensman, H. S. 

672 McGrath, P. J. 

673 Parasuram, G. R. 

674 Ekambaram, N. 

675 Krishnamurti, R. 

676 Ramamtjaiya, C. 

677 Nambiar, P. K. Narayanan 

678 Menon, C. P. 

679 Lazarus, H. M. 

680 Sivaraman, C. A. 

681 Raman, T. K. 

682 Norris, R. V. 

683 Basu, P. N. 

684 Bal, N. K. 

685 Susaimarian, A. 
686* McCarrison, R. 

687 Mehta, N. M. 

688 Insp.-genl. of Prisons 

689 Bharucha, J. C. 

95 



Murid Wala, Punjab. 
Ranchi, B. & O. 
Bombay. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Lashkar, Gwalior State. 
Gulabpuram, Rajputana. 
Lashkar, Gwalior State. 
Rasole, Madras. 
Tanjore, Madras. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Gwalior State. 
Luni Junction, Rajputana. 
Savantvadi State. 
Champa, C. P. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Cnttack, B. & O. 
Laheria Sarai, B. & O. 
Bhagalpur, B. & O. 
Patna, B. O. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Vizagapafem, Madras. 
Trichinopoly, Madras. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Bellary, Madras. 
Royapuram, Madras. 
Guindy, Madras. 
Madras. 

Kivalur, Tanjore, Madras. 
Guindy, Madras. 
Bellary, Madras. 
Berhampore, Madras. 
Malappuram ( South 

Malabar), Madras. 
Tanjore, Madras. 
Madras. 
Madras. 
Madras. 
Madras. 

Kunavaram, Madras. 
Chittoor, Madras. 
Peddapuram, Madras. 
Kollengode, Madras. 
Madras. 
Karur, Trichinopoly dist, 

Madras. 
Madras. 

Bangalore, Mysore State. 
Madras. 
Salem, Madras. 
Chalar, Godavari, Madras 
Coonoor, Madras. 
Bombay. 
Madras. 
Mangalore, Madras. 



690 Sattar, Mohamed Abdul 

691* Donaldson, R. S. 

692 Rao, S. Venkatasubba 

693 Graham, R. A. D. 

694 Royapuram Medical School 

695 Puri, I. M. 

696* Young, T. C. McCombie 

697 Yaqub, Beg Mirza 

698* Paull, Edith W. Gray 

699 Das, Shib Charan 

700 Motivala, Phirozshaw B. 

701 Roy, K. Sen 
702* Varma, H. D. 

703 Ali, Nawab 

704 Sahay, Bhagwat 

705 Prasad, Tribeni 
706* Shengal, Anant Ram 

707 * Sahai, X. 

708 Yusuf, Mohammed 

709 Das, Purshottam 

710 Ram, Raja 

711 Narain, Shiam 

712 Mehra, S. S. 

713 Priston, W. H. 

714 Mathur, A. P. 

715 Lai, Shankar 

716 Ram, Atma 

717 Lall, Chuni 
718* Ali, S. Farzand 
719 Gupta, B. 
720* Lai, Chiranji 
721* Chattarji, B. K. 
722 Chatter ji, C. D. 
723* Misquitta, J. 

724 Saran, Kesho 

725 Mathur, S. D. 

726 Leonard, W. H. 

727 Swarup, K. 

728 Bhatnagar, R. P. 

729 Goswami, K. M. 

730 Gupta, B. N. 
731* Mai, P. 

732 Pershad, Reoti 

733 Singh, Bhupal 

734 Paul, G. E. 

735 Chakravartti, K. D. 

736 Khan, Azmatullah 
737* Dharan Pal 

738 Ali, Masud 

739 Verma, Satchitanand 

96 



Mummidivaram, East 

Godavari, Madras. 
Tirumani, Chingleput, 

Madras. 
Madras, 
Madura. 
Madras. 

Kasauli, Punjab. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Ambala, Punjab. 
Phillaur, Punjab. 
Bhaonagar, Bhaonagar 

State. 

Jaunpur, U. P. 
Azamgarh, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Jhansi, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Machhli Sahar, Jaunpur, 

U. P. 

Sardhana, Meerut. 
Fatehgarh, U. P. 
Gonda, U. P. 
Kheri, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Aligarh, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Shikohabad, Mainpuri, 

U. P. 

Muzaffarnargar, U. P. 
Bahraich, U. P. 
Dehra Dim, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Lalitpur, U. P. 
Muttra, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Bareilly, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Meerut, U. P. 
Bareilly, U. P. 
Bijnor, U. P. 
Gangapur, Bengal. 
Bahraich, U. P. 
Ballia, U. P. 
Gonda, U. P. 
Meerut, U. P. 
Tundla, U. P. 
Golaganj, U. P. 
Jaunpur, U. P. 
Sitipur, U. P. 
Azamgarh, U. P. 
Birdpur (Basti), U. P. 



740 Hukku, H. 

741 Lai, Har Krishan 
742* Chandra, S. P. 
743* Dutt, J. N. 

744* Mukharji, Santosh Kumar 

745 * Sandes, J. D. 

746 Lambert, Marjorie, A. M. 

747 Lutz, Elizabeth, Jane 

748 McCutcheon, Oliver 

749* De, S. N. 

750 * Dutt, S. N. 

751* Chatterjee, S. C. 

752 * Bellgard, S. J. 

753* Banerjee, J. 

754* Pollock, Aubrey. 

755 * Grey, Anna B. 

756 Ingram, W. J. S. 

757 Aiyar, R. S. 

758 Su, May 

759 Nadgri, Y. G. 
760* Row, R. 

761 Indian Red Cross Society 

762 Loudon, J. 
763* Hewlett, K. 

764 Nanavatty, B. H. 

765 Tilak, H. V. 

766 Panja, G. 

767 Nunan, W. 

768 Modi, J. J. 

769 Hickey, W. 



Lucknow, U. P. 
Kasganj, U. P. 
Angus (Hughli),, Bengal. 
P. O. Angus (Hughli); 

Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Nasik, Bombay. 
Pendra Road, C. P. 
M a t e 1 1 i , Jalpaiguri v 

Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Dinajpur, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Moulmein, Burma. 
Moulmein, Burma. 
Maubin, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 
Sind, Bombay. 
Assam. 
Bombay. 

Ahmedabad, Bombay. 
Bombay. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 



770 * Kassim, Haj i Ghulam Husein Karachi, Bombay. 



771 Nutt, H. R. 

772* Sharma, Purushottam 

773 Bhandari, R. M. 

774 Kalele, R. W. 

775 Tare, K. G. 

776 Misra, K. 

777 Keskar, M. R. 

778* The Dutchess of Teck 
Hospital 

779 Unger, O. R. 

780 Palit, A. N. 

781 * Basu, S. C. 

782 Pradhan, R. G. 

783 Ellis, Francis D. 

784 Khanolkar, V. R. 

785 Mudaliar, C. N. 
786* Bhalerao, K. D. 
787* Bharucha, N. H. 

788 Bodey, D. R. 

789 Das, Bhagwan 

790 Swami, B. Krishna 

97 



Allahabad, U. P. 
Dhar State, Central India. 
Garoth, Madras. 
Kannod, Holkar State. 
Rampura, Holkar State. 
Gaya, B. & O. 
Narayangarha, Holkar 

State. 
Patna, B. & O. 

Hazaribagh, B. & O. 
Chapra, B. & O. 
Puri, B. & O. 
Kurla, Bombay. 
Satara, Bombay. 
Parel, Bombay. 
Triplicane, Madras. 
Raipur, C. P. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Jubbulpore, C. P. 
Khandwa, C. P. 
Berar, C. P. 



791 

792 

793* 

794 

795 

796 

797 

798* 

799* 

800 

801* 

802* 

803* 

804* 

805* 

806* 

807 

808* 

809* 

810 

811* 

812* 

813* 

814* 

815* 

816* 

817* 



Bauman, H. R. 
Antia, S. S. 
Tyrrell, J. R. J. 
Afridi, M. K. 
Graham, D. L. 
Waghray, K. N. 
Haldankar, R. M. 
Varadachari, P. S. 
Ghosh, H. 

The Punjab Mental Hospital 
Hoops, A. L. 
Fletcher, Ronald H. 
Williamson, K. B. 
Read, Bernard E. 
Doorenbos, W. B. 
Watson, Sir Malcolm 
Ellis, A. G. 
Gautier, Raymond 
Ross, Sir Ronald 
Marzinowsky, E. 
Scharff, John William 
Katsurada, Fujiro 
Damrong, Phya 
Mcfarland, George B. 
Jourdran, E. E. M. 
Mello, Froilano de 
Surbek, K. E. 



818 Schuffner, W. 

819 Snijders, E. P. 
820* Grauert, Hermann 
821* Roton, Jean 

822 Taylor, Frank H. 

823 * Heiser, Victor G. 

824 Joachimovits, Robert 
825* James, S. P. 

826* Labernadie, V. G. F. 
827* Vedder, Edward B. 

828 * Likun, Wei 

829 Ginzton, L. L. 
830* Katsuno, Katsumi 
831 * Taniguchi, Tenji 
832* Onodera, Naosuke 
833* Nakamura, Yutaka 
834* Inada, Ryokichi 
835* Hata, Sahachiro 
836* Kato, Toyojiro 
837* Imamura, Arao 
838* Takasugi, Shin-Ichiro 

839 Kiutsi, M. 

840 * Brug, S. L. 

841 * Shiga, K. 

842* Moore, W. B. A. 
843 * Costa, Peregrine da 



Bilaspur, C. P. 
Gwalior State. 
Rajkot, Kathiawar. 
Nasirabad, Rajputana. 
Dibrugarh, Assam. 
Hyderabad, Deccan. 
Sawantwadi. 
Madras. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Lahore. 

Singapore, S. S. 
B. North Borneo. 
Singapore, S. S. 
Peking, China. 
Sumatra, N. E. I. 
Klang, F. M. S. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Singapore, S. S. 
London, England. 
Moscow, Russia. 
Singapore, S. S. 
Kobe, Japan. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Indo-China. 
Nova-Goa, India. 
Pager-Alam, Sumatra, 

N. E. I. 

Amsterdam, Holland. 
Amsterdam, Holland. 
Yokohama, Japan. 
Cochin-China. 
North Queensland, 

Australia. 

New York, U. S. A. 
Austria-Hungary. 
London, England. 
Pondicherry, India. 
Manila, P. I. 
Harbin, China. 
Harbin, China. 
Tokyo, Japan. 
Tokyo, Japan. 
Fukuoka, Japan. 
Sapporo, Japan. 
Tokyo, Japan. 
Tokyo, Japan. 
Sendayi, Japan. 
Osaka, Japan. 
Tokyo, Japan. 
Hakkaide, Japan. 
Weltevreden, N. E. I. 
Chosen, Japan. 
Hongkong. 
Macao. 



98 



844 Manson-Bahr, P. 

845 Perera, David 
846* Miyamoto, Tosinobu 
847 * Jansen, B. C. P. 
848* Hoffmann, W. H. 
849* Nakamura, N. 

850* Nagahara, Matsusaburo 

851 * Teh, Wu Lien 

852* Chin, Fsuchih T. C. 

853 Read, Alfred C, 

854 Leber, A. 

855 * Kelser, Raymond A. 
856* Kingsbury, A. Neave 
857* Wellington, A. R. 
858* Sweet, W. C. 

859* Hermant, P. 

860* Vejasiddhi, Luang Prachako 

861 Wade, H. W. 

862 Hirai, Ikutaro 

863 * Clemesha, W. W. 
864* d'Herelle, F. 

865 Yamamoto, Keizo 

866* Morishita, K. 

867* Fitzgerald, R. D. 

868 Leito, Antonio N. 

869* Schobl, Otto 

870* Kitchens, A. Parker 

871 * Winckel, C. W. F. 

872* Deggeler, O. 

873* Elshout, J. M. 

874* deRook, H. 

875 Rodgers, Leonard 

876* Horiuchi, Tsugio 

877* Madsen, Theodore 

878* Fabella, Jose 

879* Eskey, C. R. 

880* Intengan, Gabriel 

881 * Leon, Waif redo de 

882* Noble, T. P. 

883* Promas, Nai C. 

884 Stephens, J. W. W. 

885 Hatori, Juro 

886 Yoshida, Tanzo 

887 Yokogawa, Sadamu 

888 Oho, Otohiko 

889* Kiribayashi, Shigeru 

890 Kojima, Taiji 

891 Kuraoka, Hikosuke 
892* Vaidayakar, Luang Jedth 

893 Lee, T. L. 

894 Coyngham, H. F. 

895 Moutoussis, Constantin 

896 Nauta, H. C, 

99 



London, England. 
Bandarawela, CeyTon. 
Taihoku, Japan. 
Weltevreden, N. E. I. 
Cerro, Cuba. 
Tokyo, Japan. 
Nin-machi Kanazawa, 

Japan. 
Harbin, China. 

Peking, China. 
San Francisco, U. S. A. 
Netherlands East Indies. 
Manila, P. I. 
Kuala Lumpur, F. M. S. 
Kuala Lumpur, F. M. S. 
Bangalore, Mysore State. 
French Indo-China. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Palawan, P. I. 
Kyoto, Japan. 
Bandarawela, Ceylon. 
Egypt. 

North Borneo. 
Formosa, Japan. 
Johore, Malay States. 
Macao. 
Manila, P. I. 
Manila, P. I. 
Netherlands E. Indies. 
Netherlands E. Indies. 
Netherlands E. Indies. 
Netherlands E. Indies. 
London, England. 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Manila, P. I. 
Manila, P. I. 
Manila, P. I. 
Manila, P. I. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Liverpool, England. 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Keelung, Formosa, 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Taihoku, Formosa. 
Bangkok, Siam. ' 

Tawan, B. N. B. 
Sandakan, B. N. B. 
Athens, Greece. 
Weltevreden, Java. 



897 Ishimitsu, Koaru 

898 Stookes, V. A. 

899 Dingle, P. A. 

900 Kapoor, Jiwanlal 

901 Butt, Abdul Hamid 

902 Harvie, A. Hamilton 

903 Ally, L. K. 

904 Bhatia, Sohan Lai 

905 Pillai, N. S. 
906* Inamulla, Kha'ja 

907 Cochrane, Robt. G. 

908 * Sur, S. N. 
909* Singh, B. H. 

910 * Banerjee, M. N. 

911 * Harnett, W. L. 

912 * Mitra, B. 

913 Ganguli, P. 
914* Shorten, J. A. 
915* Schilling, Charles F. 
916* Mitra, Subodh 

917* Sen, Prabhat Chandra 

918 Dass, Harendra Kumar 

919* Shaha, Brajaballav 

920* Ahmed, R. 

921 Smith, Hugh S. 

922* Tate, G. 

923 * Gupta, A. N. 

924 Gifford, Martha J. 

925 Cairns, James 
926* Sufi, M. E. 
927* Das, B. C. 
928* Dutt, N. N. 
929* Chandra, S. N. 
930* Basu, K. M. 

931 * Chatterjee, G. C. 

932 * Fox, E. C. R. 

933 Sircar, Haripada 

934* Chaudhury, A. L. Sarma 

935 Biswas, Satya Kinkor 

936* Khan, G. 

937 Chakravarti, D. 

938 Mukherjee, Ramani Mohan 
939* Sur, Taraknath 

940* Basu, Satyendra Nath 

941 Johns, Charles G. 

942 Ghosh, Upendra Nath 

943 Sinha, Radha Raman 
944* Gupta, Byomkes Das 

945 Webb, M. Vera 

946 Hebard, Harold G. 

947 Christian Medical Asociation 

948 Lack, L. A. Hodgkinson 

949 Civil General Hospital 

950 Indian Red Cross Society 

100 



Kobe, Japan. 
Sandakan, B. N. B. 
Sandakan, B. N. B. 
Ferozepore, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Jagadhri, Punjab. 
Bhagalpur, B. & 0. 
Bombay. 

Meiktila, Burma. 
Hyderabad, Deccan. 
Purulia, B. & 0. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Dacca, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Jessore, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Kalighat, Assam. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Gauhati, Assam. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Howrah, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
24-Parganas, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Manbhum, B. O. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Cooch Behar State. 
Faridpur, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Darjeeling, Bengal. 
Birbhum, Bengal. 
24-Parganas, Bengal. 
Dacca, Bengal. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Mussoorie, U. P. 
C h i k k a Ballapura, 

Mysore State. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Mandalay, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 



951 * Hormasji, J. 

952 Bassein Civil Hospital 

953 Kanan, I. 

954 Khan, Muhammad Khasim 

955 * Korke, V. T. 

956 * Scudder, Miss Ida S. 

957 Fleming, J. K. S. 

958 Medical College 

959 Chatter jee, Anukul Chandra 

960 Dixit, Siddhimani Acharya 

961 Bhacca, S. P. 

962 Taylor, J. 

963 Hooton, A. 

964 * Ware, F. 

965* Green-Armytage, V. B. 

966* Sinton, J. A. ' 

967* Edwards, J. T. 

968 Arora, A. B. 

969 Scott, L. A. 

970* McPherson, J. 

971 * Banerjee, H. N. 

972* Forster, W. H. C. 

973 Khare, N. B. 

974* Quinlan, D. 

975 Sarkar, Sarasi Lai 

976 Saxona, B. B. 

977 Kassim, Haji Ghulam 

Hussain 

978 Chattopadhyay, Hemanta K. 

979 Das, Krishna Kamal 

980 Ally, S. R. 

981 Prasad, Lachhman 

982 Zahidi, S. H. 

983 Hameed, Azizul 

984 Prasad, Sidheswari 

985 Solanki, T. R. 

986 Barber, C. H. 

987 Bharadwaja, D. 

988 Sarin, Ran jit Singh 

989 Srivastava, Balak Rama 

990 Varma, Sunder Lai 

991 Khan, Yusuf AH 

992 Chand, Manik 

993 Bisht, Brij Mohan Sinha 

994 Ismail, Mohd. 

995 Singh, Pratap 

996 Basu, J. N. 

997 Khan, Abdul Karim 
998* Srivastava, S. P. 
999 Modi, J. P. 

1000 Holroyd, G. 

1001 Chandra, Ram 

1002 Das, F. X. Maya 

101 



Rangoon, Burma. 
Bassein, Burma. 
Mergui, Burma. 
Kavali, Nellore, Madras. 
Gaya, B. & O. 
Vellore, Madras. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Bangalore, Mysore State. 
Abhayapuri, Assam. 
Dilli Bazar, Nepal State. 
Vanki Bordi, Surat, 

Bombay. 

Rangoon, Burma. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Vepery, Madras. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Mnktesar, U. P. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
K i 1 a Sheikhupura, 

Punjab. 

Bangalore, Mysore State. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Noakhali, Bengal. 
Sikandrabad, U. P. 
Karachi, Bombay. 

Ghoosery, Bengal. 
Gaya, B. & O. 
Narayanpur, B. O. 
Mura'dabad. U. P. 
Bahraich. U. P. 
Lalitpnr, U. P. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Mehidpur, Holkar State. 
Dehra Dun, U. P. 
Gangoh, U. P. 
Lucknovv, U. P. 
Gonda, U. P. 
Shankergarh, U. P. 
Sambhal, U. P. 
Mahroni, U. P. 
Bulandshahr, U. P. 
Bharatkup, U. P. 
Naini Tal, U. P. 
Nichlaul, U. P. 
Padrona, U. P. 
Gorakhpore, U. P. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Bareilly, U. P. 
Barabanki, U. P. 
Kheri, U. P. 



1003 Varma, Mahesh Chandra 

1004 Singh, Thakur Khushhal 

1005 * Berlas, M. M. A. 

1006 All, Naushey 

1007 Shukla, Mani Lai 

1008 Jaini, P. L. 
1009* Tandon, Harnath 

1010 Pershad, Buldeo 

1011 Singh, Thakur Balbir 

1012 Lai, Misri 

1013 Vanshi, Daryao Singh Raghu 
1014* Kulshreshth, Har Swarup 

1015 Graham, D. L. 

1016 Basu, K. P. 

1017 Sen, Amarendra Kumar 

1018 Roy, Suresh Chandra 
1019* Kundu, Sarat Sasi 

1020 Das, Lakshmt Ram 

1021 Gupta, Rasik Chandra 

1022 Dutta, D. P. 

1023 De, Sura Chandra 

1024 Choudhury, Upendra Nath 

1025 Choudhury, Abdul Mumith 

1026 Sarma, Ruchi Narayan 

1027 Gupta, Surendra Nath Sen 

1028 Hazle, W. A. 

1029 Lyngdoh, H. 

1030 Dutta, Surendra Chandra 

1031 James, J. F. 

1032 Terrell, Charles G. 

1033 Laloo, S. Riang Khroe 

1034 Das, Ramani Kanta 

1035 Spence, A. D. 
1036* Kendrick, J. F. 

1037 Landeman, E. 

1038 Ranganathan, V. G. 
1039* Urches, O. 

1040 Haddo, V. N. Denskar 

1041 Heebard, Harold G. 

1042 Dunlop, John 

1043 Giffard Mission Hospital 
1044* Chand, Khazan 

1045 * Repper, Edwin N. D. 

1046 Thakur, Keshav Sadashiv 
1047* Norrie, F. H. B. 

1048* Dutta, Sarat Chandra 

1049* McGuire, C. 

1050* Basu, Ramesh Chandra 

1051* Banerjee, Kalipada 

1052* Rao, S. Sundar 

1053 Mathur, P. R. 

1054 Thomson, Treffry O. 

1055 MacWatt, R. Charles 

1056 Buchia, Dhanjishah N. 

102 



Ballia. U. P. 
Cawnpore, U. P. 
Rampur State. 
Bareilly, U. P. 
Cawnpore, U. P. 
Cawnpore, U. P. 
Agra, U. P. 
Itaunja, U. P. 
Pawanyan, U. P. 
Chirgaon, U. P. 
Bageswar, U. P. 
Kheri, U. P. 
Dibrugarh, Assam. 
Dhubri, Assam. 
Chamata, Assam. 
Jorhat, Assam. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Misu, Assam. 
Hazipur, Assam. 
Nowgong, Assam. 
Rang Juli, Assam. 
Rupsi, Assam. 
Jorhat, Assam. 
Borhat, Assam. 
Khagra, Assam. 
Lungleh, Assam. 
Nowgong, Assam. 
Jorhat, Assam. 
Shillong, Assam. 
Chandkhira, Assam. 
Garo Hills, Assam. 
Dibrugarh, Assam. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Madras. 

Purulia, B. & O. 
Bangalore, Mysore State. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Port Blair, Andaman 

Islands. 

Mussoorie, U. P. 
Dullabcherra, Assam. 
Nuzvid, Madras. 
Kasauli, Punjab. 
Lillooah, Bengal. 
Barisal, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Howrah, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Phulpur, U. P. 
Ranikhet, U. P. 
Bombay. 
Bombay. 



1057 Ghosh, J. N. 

1058 Little, C. J. H. 

1059 Mohan, G. V. Ram 

1060 Ogilvie, W. H. 

1061 Medical Dept. of University 

College. 

1062 Scott, C. M. 

1063 Bhide, Y. K. 

1064 Bhandari, R. M. 

1065 Dube, B. R. 

1066 Loganadan, A. D. 
1067* Pyper, J. C. 

1068 Roy, S. C. 

1069 * Raju, Mullapucli Lakshmana 
1070* Moinuddin, Khaja 

1071 Clark, A. E. 

1072 O'Neill, P. L. 

1073 Gupta, B. P. 

1074 Tiwari, Madho Ram 

1075 Das, Brindaban 

1076 Bahadur, S. Lall 

1077 Singh, Ratan 

1078 Ullah, Hidayat 

1079 Agrawal, R. S. 

1080 Das, B. B. 

1081 Singhal, Har Swarup 
1082* Chalam, B. S- 

1083 Dhayagude, R. G. 

1084 Tarachand, M. Hamchand 

1085 Rao, S. Subba 

1086 Ali, M. Mohommed 

1087 Ghosh, Pramatha Nath 
1088* Dutton, H. R. 

1089* Chowdhry, P. 

1090 Khanka, Daljang Singh 

1091 Lakshmanan. M. S. 
1092* Molony, J. B. de W. 
1093* Surti, S. B. 

1094* Hardikar, S. W. 
1095* Ross, W C. 
1096* Wince, W. G. 
1097* Gilbert, L. E. 
1098* Tun, U. Aung 
1099* Charan, L 
1100* Simon, A. I. 
1101* Bridger, J. F. E. 
1102* Gunasekera,. S. T. 
1103* Biraud, Yves U. 
1104* Maskey, Ganesh Lall 
1105* Dixit, Sidhimani A. 
1106* White, Samuel A. 
1107* Baldwin, A. H. 
1108* Fletcher, Walter 

103 



Gauhati, Assam. 
Mhow, C. P. 
Jubbulpore, C. P. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Rangoon, Burma. 

Rutlam, C. I. 
Tarana, Holkar State, 
C. I. 

Garoth, Holkar State, 

C. I. 

Nagpur, C. P. 
Kohat, N. W. F. P. 
Saugor, C. P. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Koraput, Madras. 
Hyderabad State. 
Narsapur, Madras. 
Coimbatore, Madras. 
Hardoi, U. P. 
Kanauj, U. P. 
Karhal, U. P. 
Partabgarh, U. P. 
Ganai, U. P. 
Rajapur, U. P. 
Benares, U. P. 
Mauranipur, U. P. 
Allahabad, U. P. 
Colaba, Bombay. 
Parel. Bombay. 
Hyderabad. Bombay. 
Bangalore, Mysore State. 
Pabna, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Bankipore, B. O. 
Quetta, Baluchistan. 
Jaipur, Rajputana. 
Ciuhlalore, Madras. 
Bangalore, Mysore State. 
Hyderabad State. 
Hyderabad State. 
Patna, B. & O. 
Patiala State. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Pegu, Burma. 
Prome, Burma. 
Mandalay, Burma. 
Colombo, Ceylon. 
Colombo, Ceylon. 
Singapore, S. S. 
Katmandu, Nepal. 
Katmandu, Nepal. 
Pampanga, P. I. 
Townsville, Australia. 
London, England. 



1109* Hicks 

1110* Hall, R. S. 

1111* Kuhota, Harumitsu 

1112 Stewart, E. E. 

1113 Rajadurai, H. K. 

1114 Sharma, Lakshmi Ram 

1115 Bhattacharyya, A. C. 
1116* Symons, T. H. 

1117 Merchant, Mahomedally E. 

1118* Richardson, 'A. V. J. 

1119* Kapadia, R. N. 

1120 Modi, Shirinbai J. 

1121* Brown, C. Harold 

1122* Chaudhuri, B. L 

1923* Dalgamoni, M. A. K. 

1124* Williams, G. B. 

1125 Browne, E. Hamilton 

1126* Bhaduri, B. N. 

1127* Given, D. H. C. 

1128* Batra, G. L. 

1129* Mitra, S. N. 

1130* lyengar, M. O. T. 

1131 * McGregor, A R. 

1132 Livesey, S. M. 
1133* Jolly, G. G. 
1134* Crow, C. G. 
1135* Gyaw, U. Tha 
1136* Rippon, S. R. 
1137* Webb, H. G. Stiles 
1138* Morphy, W. C. 
1139* Baird, R. F. 
1140* Bandorawalla, N. J. 
1141 * Karve, J. V. 

1142* Usmon, B. Mahomed 

1143* Ghosh, B. C. 

1144* Dalai, K. R 

1145* Nee, U. 

1146* Philip, C. G. 

1147 Kacker, Raj Kishore 

1148 Gupta, Vada Prakash 

1149 Mukharji, D. K. 

1150 Hafizullah, Hafiz 
1151* Spencer, J. Heatly 

1152 Macphail, Ronald M. 

1153 Chandra, J. 

1154 Ahlqist, J. A. 
1155* Wallace, G. 

1156 Lall, Ram Narain 

1157 Mudaliar. A. Lakshmana- 

swamy. 

1158 Padmanabhan, C. K. 

1159 Maclachlan, Mary H. 

1160 Wats, R. C. 

1161 Mehta, Dhanjibhai H. 

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Shanghai, China. 
Keijo, Korea. 
Mukden, Kwantung. 
Kuala Lumpur, F. M. S. 
Gundamallay, Madras. 
Gangoh, U. P. 
Gyanpure, U. P. 
New Delhi. 
Rewari, Bombay. 
Simla, Punjab. 
Kohat, Baluchistan. 
Bombay. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Akola, C. P. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 

Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Lahcria Serai, B. & O. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Akyab, Burma. 
Meiktila, Burma. 
Nagpur, C. P. 
Shikarpur, Bombay. 
Lucknow, U. P. 
Bikaner State. 
.Mysore State 
Mysore State. 
Calcutta Bengal. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Rangoon, Burma. 
Bhowali. U. P. 
Sitapur, U. P. 
Rae Bareli, U. P. 
Aligarh, U. P. 
Quetta, Baluchistan. 
Bamdah, B. & O. 
Ferozepore, Punjab. 
Jorhat, Assam. 
Poona, Bombay. 
Mussoorie, U. P. 
Madras. 

Mayavaram, Madras. 
Kalimpong, Bengal. 
Secunderabad, Hyderabad 

State. 
Malesar, Bombay. 



1162* Kessler, Adolf 

1163 Gupta, S. D. 

1164 Godding, H. C. 

1165 Varma, S. D. 
1166* Thomas, G. H. 

1167 Jackson, T. S. 

1168 Clark, Z. M. 

1169 Menezes, L. de 

1170 Das, Kunjabihari 
1171* Connor, William O' 
1172* Roy, Bibhuti Bhushan 
1173 Mallik, K. L. Basu 
1174* Eling, Hen. T. 
1175* Murray, H. E. 

1176 Sarkar, H. C. 

1177 Mathews, F. W. 
1178* Caraa, A. 
1179* Banerjea, P. K. 
1180* Ray, Manadakanta 
1181* Mitra, Gopal Chandra 
1182 Rambo, Victor C. 
1183* Stirling, R. F. 
1184* Mobbs, W. 

1185* Menon, M. B. 
1186* Sen, S. K. 
1187* Iyer, Krishna 
1188* Rajgopalam, V. R. 
1189 Krishnan, B. G. 
1190* Murision, C. C. 

1191 Mullick, Rajendra Nath 

1192 Natesan, C. 

1193 Bramsen, A. 

1194 Newman, C. D. 

1195 Mama, J. B. 

1196* Mullick, Manindranath 

1197* Bhattacharya, Salil Nath 

1198* Mitra, S. N. 

1199* Ghosh, Ekendra Nath 

1200* Majed, M. A. 

1201 * Vallabhakara, H. S. H. Prince 

1202* Bose, S. R. 

1203* Dixey, M. 

1204 Kitchen, James 

1205 * Funaoka, Seigo 
1206* Frimodt-Moller, C. 
1207* Rosedale, U. 
1208* Hepworth, S. M. 
1209* Kobayashi, Harujiro 
1210 Hecktor, Mabel 
1211* Quirke, T. F. 
1212* Samuels, W. F. 



1213* -Kingtzechin 
1214* Huchenghsiang 
1215 * White, A. 



Shanghai, China. 
Nowshera, N. W. F. P. 
Peshawar, N. W. F. P. 
Rae Bareli, U. P. 
Hongkong, China. 
Bombay. 

Sompetta, Madras. 
Gaya, B. & O. 
Pabna, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Chakasi, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Khulna, Bengal. 
Ghazipur, U. P. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Mungeli, C. P. 
Ritani, U. P. 
Ritani, U. P. 
Ritani, U. P. 
Ritani, U. P. 
Ritani, U. P. 
Ritani, U. P. 
Coonoor, Madras. 
Delhi. 

Allahabad, U. P. 
Triplicane, Madras. 
Mardan, N. W. F. P. 
Saidpur, Bengal. 
Bdgaum, Bombay. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Bangkok, Siam. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Calcutta, Bengal. 
Giridih, B. & O. 
Kyoto, Japan. 
Arogyavaram, Madras. 
Singapore, S. S. 
Dehra Dun, U. P. 
Chosen, Korea. 
Gn j rat, Punjab. 
Lahore, Punjab. 
T a n j o n g Rambutan, 

F. M. S. 
Peking, China. 
Peking, China. 
Manila, P. I. 



105 



IV 
CONSTITUTION AND BYE-LAWS 

OF 

THE ASSOCIATION 



CONSTITUTION. 

ARTICLE 1. TITLE. 

The Name and Title of this organization shall be 
"The Far Eastern Association of Tropical Medicine." 

ARTICLE 2. OBJECTS. 

The Objects of this Association shall be: 

(a) The promotion of the science and art of medi- 

cine in the Far East. 

(b) The union of the medical profession of the 

Far East into one compact organization. 

(c) The development and diffusion of scientific 

knowledge. 

(rf) The promotion of friendly international inter- 
course between scientific men. 

(e) The elevation of the standard of medical edu- 
cation. 

(/) The enlightenment of public opinion in regard 
to the prevention of disease. 

(g) The publication of the results of scientific in- 
vestigations. 

ARTICLE 3. COMPOSITION OF THE ASSOCIATION. 

The Association shall consist of ordinary members, 
associate members, honorary members, and honorary 
advisory members! 

ARTICLE 4. MEMBERSHIP. 

1. The ordinary members of the Association shall 
be medical practitioners, dentists, veterinarians licensed 
by their home governments and the scientists working 
in the sphere connected with medicine and hygiene. 

109 



2. The associate members of the Association shall 
be persons holding local subordinate medical qualifica- 
tions in the country where the Congress is held. They 
are not entitled to vote or to attend at any business 
meeting. They are not entitled to the official publica- 
tion of the Association. 

3. Honorary members may be medical men or sci- 
entific workers in countries outside the zone of this 
Association, who have risen to eminence in their re- 
spective professions. They may be elected by the 
Council. 

4. The honorary advisory members shall be dis- 
tinguished official representatives of any nation and 
distinguished residents of the countries of the Far East. 
They need not necessarily be medical or scientific men. 
They may be elected for the period of any Congress by 
the executive committee of the country in which the 
Association is holding its biennial session. 



5. COUNCIL. 

^ Association subject to the terms of this Con- 
stitution shall be governed by the Council. 

(a) The Council shall consist of the President, 
the General Secretary-Treasurer, a Vice- 
President from each of the Far Eastern 
countries and the local Secretary-Treasurer 
of the country in which the Congress is 
held. 

(6) One representative nominated by the govern- 
ment of each of the Far Eastern countries. 

(c) One representative from non-official bodies in 
each of the Far Eastern countries. 



(d) The officers of the Association shall be one 
President and one General Secretary-Trea- 
surer. 

(0) A Vice-President for each of the Far Eastern 
countries. 

(/) A local Secretary-Treasurer for each of the; 
Far Eastern countries. 

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7. 

There shall be a permanent office of the Association 
under direction of the General Secretary-Treasurer, 
who shall take care of the archives and administer the 
money matters of the Association. 

ARTICLE 8. FUNDS AND EXPENSES. 

(1) The expenses of the permanent office of the 
Association shall be met from a biennial mem- 
bership fee of two pounds sterling. These 
funds shall be collected by the local Secretary- 
Treasurers, and remitted by them to the Gener- 
al Secretary-Treasurer. The biennial period 
commences -immediately after the closing of 
the Congress. 

(2) Funds for meeting the expenses of the Con- 
gress of this Association shall be raised by 
applying to the government of the country 
where the Congress is to be held for a grant 
from the Treasury, by voluntary gifts from 
individuals, by all local membership fees, and 
by gifts from medical or other organizations. 

ARTICLE 9. AMENDMENTS. 

1. The Council may amend any article of this Con- 
stitution at any biennial session, provided the proposed 
amendment shall not be acted on until the biennial ses- 
sion next following that at which it was introduced, 
and provided that three-fourths of the voting members 
registered at the session at which it is taken vote in 
favour of such change or amendment. 

2. The Association may repeal or alter any part of 
this Constitution at any biennial session, provided that 
three-fourths of the members attending such session 
vote in favour of such repeal or alteration, and same 
is confirmed by a simple majority of the members pre- 
sent at a meeting to be summoned not later than seven 
days after the passing of the first resolution. 

BYE-LAWS. 

CHAPTER 1. 

Section 1. An ordinary member of the Association 
shall be entitled to retain his membership so long as 

111 



he pays his dues and otherwise conforms to the pro- 
visions of the Constitution and Bye-Laws. 

An associate member shall be entitled to retain his 
membership only for the duration of the meeting 
which he attends. 

The ordinary membership of the Association may 
be obtained by presenting to the Vice-President of the 
country within which the candidate resides : 

(1) A written application for membership on the 
prescribed form. 

(2) Satisfactory evidence of the necessary quali- 
fications. 

(3) The payment of such dues as may for the time 
being be leviable; provided that any member 
once elected shall remain a member as long 
as he conforms to the rules of the society and 
irrespective of his place of residence, or of 
honorable withdrawal from his local society. 

Honorary members shall be elected by the Council 
and shall be entitled to retain their membership for the 
period mentioned in the resolution electing them. 

Section 2. When the General Secretary-Treasurer 
shall be officially informed that a member has forfeited 
his qualification, it shall be his duty to remove the name 
of such person from the roll of membership in this 
Association and to notify him of the action taken to- 
gether with the reason therefor. 

Section 3. Any person who has forfeited his mem- 
bership shall be reinstated at his request by the Gen- 
eral Secretary-Treasurer when satisfactory evidence 
of qualification has been presented. 

Section 4. Any member who shall fail to pay his 
biennial dues shall be dropped from the roll of mem- 
bers, provided that due notice shall be previously given 
to the member by the Vice-President. Any member 
who has been suspended for non-payment of dues shall 
be restored only when all his dues have been paid. 

CHAPTER 2. 

The President of the Association together with the 
Vice-President and .local Secretary-Treasurer of the 

112 



country in which the next biennial Congress is to be 
held shall form an "Executive Committee" for that 
Congress and shall have power to add to the number 
of that committee and form such other committees as 
may appear expedient. 

The official minutes of such committees shall be 
forwarded to the General Secretary-Treasurer by the 
local Secretary-Treasurer. 

CHAPTER 3. 

Section 1. The Council shall meet before the 
opening biennial meeting of the Association. 

Section 2. A majority of the Councillors attending 
any regular meeting of this Association shall constitute 
a quorum of the Council, provided at least three 
members shall be present. 

CHAPTER 4. 

Section 1. Nomination of officers shall be made 
by members from the countries concerned, and a 
majority of the members present at any biennial 
meeting shall elect such officers. Nomination and 
election shall take place on the last day of the regular 
meeting immediately after the close of the scientific 
work. Any post left unfilled at the General Meeting, 
or falling vacant later through the retirement or death 
of an officer, may be filled by appointment of an 
officer by members residing in the country concerned, 
provided that such appointment be notified to the 
General Secretary-Treasurer and circulated by him 
to the other officers of the Association. 

Section 2. Any question whether a territorial unit 
is to be recognized as a separate '' country " in applying 
the provisions of the Constitution and Bye-Laws shall 
be decided by the Council ; and provided that, between 
sessions, the General Secretary-Treasurer may make :\ 
provisional decision which shall hold for the next 
ensuing Congress. 

Section 3. The General Secretary-Treasurer shall 
use all reasonable means to give due notice of the 
approaching meeting (at least six months') to the 
members of this Association, and the Vice-Presidents 

113 



and local Secretary-Treasurers shall co-operate in giving 
due notice of the approaching meeting. The local 
Secretary-Treasurer of the country in which the 
Congress is held shall prepare for publication the 
official programme of the meeting. 

Section 4. Each local Secretary-Treasurer shall 
collect and transmit to the General Secretary-Treasurer 
the dues from members, and at least one month before 
the meeting he shall submit to the General Secretary- 
Treasurer a list of the members proposing to attend, 
together with a list of the titles of papers to be read 
by the members of his country. 

Section 5. The General Secretary-Treasurer shall 
be the custodian of such funds of the Association as 
are collected from membership fees, and shall render 
to the Council a report of all funds passing through 
his hands at each meeting of this Association. 

CHAPTER 5. 

An emblem and flag shall be deposited at the 
permanent office of the Association and shall be used 
at all meetings of this Association. A badge to be 
worn by all members shall be designed for each 
Congress and shall have attached to it a ribbon showing 
national colours of the country in which the Congress 
is held. 

CHAPTER 6. 

Section 1. These Bye-Laws may be amended by a 
majority vote of all the members present at any 
meeting, after the amendment has been laid upon the 
table for at least a day. 

CHAPTER 7. 

Section 1, The Council at the first meeting of this 
Association, and at each meeting thereafter, shall 
provide for the publication of the proceedings, and one 
copy shall be presented to each ordinary member and 
such others as the Council may decide. 

CHAPTER 8. 

Section 1. No address or paper before the Asso- 
ciation, excepting the annual address, shall occupy more 

114 



than twenty minutes in delivery, and no member shall 
speak longer than five minutes nor more than once on 
any subject, except by unanimous consent. 

Section 2. All papers read before the Association 
shall become its property and shall be deposited with the 
Secretary when read. 

CHAPTER 9. 

The deliberations of this Association shall be 
governed by standard rules of parliamentary procedure 
such as are contained in Robert's Rules of Order, when 
these are not in conflict with the Constitution and 
Bye-Laws. 



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