The Annual General Meeting of the Society was held at the Raffles Museum on Friday 24th February, 1939 at 4.45 p.m.
The Minutes of the last Annual Meeting were read and confirmed. The Annual Report and Accounts as submitted by the Council were adopted. The roll consisted of 18 Honorary Members, 4 Corresponding Members and 500 Ordinary Members.
— An In- troduction to the Study of Ancient Times in the Malay Peninsula and the Straits of Malacca I, 146 Dakers, C.
— The Flora of the Limestone Hills of the Malay Peninsula I, 13 Middlebrook, S.
The author’s purpose was to show that a simple technique which explains the fabric of Malay speech supplies the key to a real understanding of the secrets of the Sanskrit speech of India, the Bantu dialects of Africa and the modern languages of Europe. On the evening of 26th January the Society enter- tained the delegates of the Third Congress of Prehistorians of the Far East. Such members shall be deemed to be suspended from membership X until their subscriptions have been paid, and in default of pay- ment within two years shall be deemed to have resigned their membership.* 7. (d) to authorise the publication of works and maps at the expense of the Society otherwise than in the Journal. "Under Rule 0 Members who have failed to pay their subscription by the 30th June are suspended from membership until their subscriptions are paid. 1 Modern Development, by Zaba (Zain AU Abidin bin Ahmad) 142 LIST OF PLATES. Coastal limestone, Pulau Dayang Bunting, Langkawi . 88 Ceremonial Opening of a new Chinese Temple at Kandang, Malacca, in December, 1938, by S . 144 An Introduction to the Study of Ancient Times in the Malay Peninsula and the The Straits of Malacca, by Roland Braddell, M.