Presidential Address Rules & Reports of the Indian Research Institute. August 1936
(The subscription for the non-resident subcribers excludes postage)."[81 2. The following departments will be formed for the proper execution of the subjects with seperate SuCommittees the members of which will consist of some members of the Executive Committee and a few ordinary or life members competent for the purposes to be nominated by the Executive Committee and the President Gener [...] The number of the members of the Executive Committee shall not be more than the maximum strength of the Committee as laid down in Rule 3. The office-bearers will be elected from amongst members of the Committee by the Exective Committee. [...] In the case of a vacancy in the Committee caused by the resignation or otherwise of a member the remaining members will proceed to fill up the vacancy by nominating prferably a person of the same constituency if any having sypathy with the objects of the Institute. [...] (d) To receive free of charges copies of the numbers of the English Research Journal of the Indian Research Institute and reports of the Institute. [...] Ordinary subscribers shall be entitled to privileges (a) and (b) and get at a reduced rate the publications of the Series of the institute they subscribe to and will receive gratis the reports of the Institute."[ 12 ] E" MEETINGS OF THE INSTITUTE.
|Address of the Hon’ble Justice Sir Manmatha Nath Mukerji Kt. M.A. B.L. the President of the Indian Research Institute on the Occasion of the First General Meeting Held on the 9th April 1936||1-5||M.N. Mukerji|
|Members of the Executive Committee (1936-8)||1-ii||unknown|
|Members of the Executive Committee (Current Session)||3-4||unknown|
|Memorandum of Association||5-6||unknown|
|Rules and Regulations||7-14||unknown|
|Statement of Accounts the Indian Research Institute||i-vi||unknown|