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MACADAM, Ivison Stevenson. C.B.E. (Civil), O.B.E. (Mil.), M.V.O., A.M.I.Mech.E. Secretary, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, 10 St. James's Square, S.W.1. Private Address: 6 Duke of York Street, St. James's, S.W.1. Age: 44. Career: Apprent., Bertrams, Ltd., 4 years; King's Coll., London; Christ's Coll., Cambridge; 1914-19, mobilised with City of Edin. (Fortress) R.E.; O. i.c. R.E. Workshops and of War Dept. Motor Boats, Forth Defences; later 0.C., R.E., Archangel; to Reserve, 1919.

MacADAM, Robert. M.I.Mar.E. Asst. Supt Engr., Andrew Weir & Co., 21 Bury Street, London, E.C.3. Private Address: "Ard Choille," Northwick Circle, Kenton.

MacADAM, Robert W. B.Sc. (Hons.), Wh. Ex., Royal Sch., A.M. I.Mech.E. Principal, Acton Tech. Coll., High Street, London, W.3. Private Address: 10 Queens Drive, London, W.3. Age: 45. Career: Educ.: Goldsmith's Coll. and Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; trained, Vauxhall and West Hydraulic Eng. Co., Ltd.; Principal, Greenoeh Tech. Sch., and Watt Memorial Sch. of Eng. and Navigation; Lecturer Paisley Tech. Coll.

MACALISTER, Alexander Frederick. A.M.I.E.E. Tech. Asst., Bolton Corp. Electy. Dept., Spa Road Works, Bolton. Private Address: 70 Chorley Old Road, Bolton. Age: 37. Career: Diploma in Elect. Eng., Heriot-Watt Coll.; 4 years Training, B.T.H. Co.; 3 years Asst. Engr., Kennedy & Donkin; supervised erection of Sub-stations, N.W. System, C.E.B.

McALISTER, Frank. M.I.N.A., M .Mar.E, A.M.N.E.C.Inst. Naval Architect and Chief Propeller Designer, J. Stone & Co., Ltd., of London, Oceanic House, la Cockspur Street, S.W.1. Private Address: Kentallen, Kingshill Drive, Harrow. Training: Palmers S. and E. Co., Ltd., Jarrow; thereafter Designer, Denny Bros., 1921; Asst. Manager, Smiths Dock, 1922; Designer, Palmer Co., 1923-28; Chief of Est. and Designing Dept., 1928-31; Consulting Naval Architect, 1931-34.

MACALISTER, Robert Alexander Downes. A.M.I.E.E. Mains Supt., Corp. of Greenock Electy. Dept., Dellingburn Street, Greenock. Private Address: 33 South Street, Greenock, Renfrewshire. Age: 63. Career: Faraday House, London; Mech. Training, Plenty & Son, Newbury; Charge Engr., Hanley; Switchboard Attendant, Edinburgh and Worcester.

McALLISTER, Major G. T. R.A.0.C., B.Sc., A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M. I.A.E. 8 Hampshire Cross, Tidworth, Hants. Major and Ordnance Mech. Engr., 2nd Class, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Age: 38. Career: Glasgow Univ., 1923; Sandwich System Apprent., Albion Motor Car Co., Ltd., Scotstoun, 1918-24; Eng. Draughtsman, Science Museum, S. Kensington, 1924-27; Lieut. and Ordnance Mech. Engr., 4th Class, 1927; Capt. and O.M.E., 3rd Class, 1933; Major and O.M.E., 2nd Class, 1936.

McALLISTER, W. H. A.M.I.E.E. Tech. Manager, International Marine Radio Co., Ltd., Connaught House, Aldwych, W.C.2. Private Address: "Mayfield," 7 Parkland Grove, Ashford, Mddx. Age: 38. 1926-27, first ship to shore short wave communication tests on behalf of Cunard Line, in conjunction with British Post Office, demonstrating the feasibility of world-wide communication with ships and opening up a new field of enterprise. Engineered R.M.S. Queen Mary Radio Installation in 1936, when first successful multiplex communication from a ship was carried out.

McALPINE, Major Gustavus. R.A.F. (retd.). M.I.E.E., A.F.R. Ae.S. Consultant, Kelvins of Glasgow and Basingstoke. Business Address: Shell Mex House, Strand, London, W.C.2.

McALPINE, Sir Malcolm. K.B.E. A.Inst.C.E. Partner in the firm of Sir Robert McAlpine & Sons, Civil Eng. Contractors, 50 Pa] l Mall, London, S.W.1. Private Address: Fairmile Court, Cobham, Surrey. Son of Sir Robert McAlpine, founder of firm. Joined the business on leaving school and became a partner with his father and brothers when 21. Member of Council, London Master Builders; Member of Council, Fed. of Civil Eng. Contractors.

MACALPINE, Richard W. M. A.M.I.E.E., Assoc.A.I.E.E. Engineer, British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Crown House, Aldwych, London, W.C.2. Private Address: 8a Sunningdale Gardens, Kensington, London, W.8. Career: Apprent., B.T.H. Co., Ltd., Rugby, 1926-29; Staff B.T.H. Co., Ltd., Rugby, 192934; B.T.H. Co., London Office Staff, 1934 to present.

McCABE, Ernest. A.M.I.E.E. Control Engr., The Cornwall Elect. Power Co., Hayle, Cornwall. Private Address: 34 Clifton Terrace, Hayle. Age: 29. Ed.: London Polytechnic; Test Course, B.T.H., Rugby; Mains Asst., C.E.P. Co.; Asst. Engr. (Generating Station), C.E.P. Co.

MACCABE, Thomas Lionel. A.M. Inst.0.E., M. Inst.M. & Cy.E. Asst. City Engr., City of Winchester, The Guildhall, Winchester. Private Address: Fell Hill, Christchurch Road, Winchester. Age: 31. Career: Asst., Waterloo-with-Seaforth U.D.C.; 192829, Junior Eng. Asst., Wallasey C.B.; 1929-35, Eng. Asst., Wallasey C.B.; 1935-36, Chief Eng. Asst., City of Winchester.

MACCALL, W. T. M.Sc., M.I.E.E., R.S.T. Head of the Elect. Eng. Dept., The Tech. Coll., Sunderland. Age: 59. Career: 1893-96, Sedbergh; 1896-1900, Owens Coll., Manchester; 1900-02, W. T. Glover & Co-.; 1902-04, Eng. Dept., The Owens Coll.; 1904-08, The Woolwich Polytechnic; 1908-09, Head of Dept. of Elect. Eng. and Physics, Halifax Mun. Tech. Coll.; 1923-24, Chairman of N.E. Centre, Inst.E.E. Author of "Continuous Current Electrical Engineering, ' ' "Alternating Current Electrical Engineering, " "Electrical Engineering" (2 volumes) (Univ. Tutorial Press).

McCALLUM, P. A.A.I.Mech.E. In Chief Operating Manager 's Office, Office of the Supt. of Motive Power, L.M. & S. Rly., Euston Station, N.W.1. MacCALMAN, D. B.Sc., A.M.I. Mech.E. Drummore, Hartford, Ches. Maintenance Engr., Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., at I.0. I. (Alkali) Ltd., Lostock Gralam, Northwich, Cheshire. Career: Keil School; Glasgow Univ.; Apprent. and Main Engine Design Office experience with Scotts' Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., Ltd., Greenock; over 9 years as Research Engr., I.0. I. (Alkali), Winnington.

McCANCE, Andrew. D.Sc. (London), A.R.S.M. Director and General Manager, Colvilles, Ltd., 195 West George Street, Glasgow. Private Address: The Craigs, Carmunnock, Lanarkshire. Career: Royal School of Mines, 190610; W. Beardmore & Co., 1910-19; Clyde Alloy Steel Co., 1919-30; 1930 to date, Colvilles Ltd. Director: The Steel Co. of Scotland, The Clyde Alloy Steel Co., The Lanarkshire Steel Co., Smith and M'Lean, Ltd., Colville Construction Co., Ltd., etc.

McCANDLESS, J. M.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Burn Brae, Strangford Avenue, Belfast. Chief Tech. Asst., Belfast Corp. Electy. Dept.

MacCARTHY, A. Hartland, Nevill Lane, Davenport, Engr., The British Co., Ltd., Rugby. F. A.M.I.E.E. Road, Bramhall Stockport. Sales Thomson-Houston Age: 49.

McCARTHY, Edward T. A.R.S.M., M.Inst.M.M., M.I.M., M.A.Inst. of M. & M. Fellow of Imp. Coll. of Sc. and Tech. Partner, McCarthy and Binns, Consulting Engr. to and Director of several companies. Friars House, 39 New Broad Street, London, E.C.2. Private Address: 20 Elseworthy Road, London, N.W.3. Career: During the past 60 years has operated in many parts of the world: U.S.A., W. Africa, Malaya, China, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Russia (Siberia), S. Africa, S. America. Books: "Incidents in the Life of a Mining Engineer," "Further Incidents in the Life of a Mining Engineer" (both published during the war and proceeds devoted to St. Dunstan 's).

McCLEERY, David Kirk. Instructor Lieut., R.N. M.Sc. (London), A.1VI.I.E.E., A.Inst.P. Staff Officer, R.N. Eng. Coll., Keyham, Devonport. Private Address: Plym View, Seymour Road, Plymouth. Age: 34. Hurstpierpoint Coll.; Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Co., Ltd.; Woolwich Polytechnic; R.N.C., Greenwich; Elect. Staff, T.C. & M. Co., 1920-31; Instructor Officer, H.M.S. "Shropshire," 1934-37.

McCLELLAND, William. C.B., O.B.E., M.I.E.E. Director, W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., and of other public companies. Private Address: White Lodge, Oatlands Drive, Weybridge. Career: 1893-1901, Manchester Corp. Electy. Works; 1901-03, Principal Asst., C. H. Wordingham, M.Inst. C.E. (Consultant); 1903-06, Asst. Elect. Engr., Admiralty (construction, design, trials and inspection of British warships); 1906-18, Elect. Eng. Asst., Director of Dockyards; 1919-34, Director of Elect. Eng., Admiralty. Responsible for designs and equipment of electrical installation throughout the Navy; principal Electrical Adviser to the Admiralty. Hon. Treasurer and Member of Council of I. of E.E.

McCLUNAN, Eric. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Prod.E. Works Engr., J. Stone & Co., Ltd., Deptford and Charlton. Private Address: 30 Larchwood Road, New Eltham, London, S.E.9. Career: Trained, Ruston Proctor, Ltd., Lincoln; war service 1918-19; Planning Engr., Fraser & Chalmers, Erith; Plant Engr., C. A. Vandervell, Acton; Works Supt., Kelsey Hayes Wheel Co., Dagenham; Efficiency Engr., Klaxon, Birmingham.

McCLURE, A. B.A., M.Inst.C.E. 16 Fitzjames Avenue, W.14. Secretary, The British Coal Utilisation Research Assoc., 54 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Career: Dover Coll. and Wadham Coll., Oxford; Dipl. of R.G. Soc.; S. African War, 1900-01; Asst. Engr., Port Elizabeth Water Supply, 1903; Deputy Director of P.W., Uganda' 1906; Director of P.W., Zanzibar, 1919; Director of P.W., Uganda, 1924; 1933, Retired. Great War, 1914-18.

McCOLGAN, A. J. M.I.E.E., A.M.Inst.C.E. H.M. Elect. Insp. of Factories, Home Office Elect. Branch, Artillery House, Artillery Row, S.W.1.

McCORMICK, B. A.C.G.I., A.M. I.E.E. 4 Hertford Avenue, East Sheen, S.W.14. Sales Engr., "Z" Electric Lamp and Supplies Co., Ltd., 21 Newman Street, W.1. Age: 49. Career: Allhallows Sch., Honiton; London 'Univ.; Asst. Engr., Metropolitan Elect. Supply Co.; Captain in R.A.F.; Asst. Works Manager, "Z" Lamp Mfg. Co.

McCRACKEN, D. H. B.S.c (Tech.), A.M.I.E.E. Head of the Eng. Dept., The Tech. Coll., Norwich. Age: 29. Career: Hymers Coll., Hull; Coll. of Tech•, Manchester; Post Grad. Apprent., G.E.C., Witton; Tech. Asst., Electrical Apparatus Co., Ltd., London, and Petters Ltd., Yeovil.

McCRACKEN, S. A.M.C.T., A.M. I.E.E. SalesEngr., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., 55 Waring St., Belfast, N. Ireland. Age: 37. Career: Manchester Coll. of Tech.; Apprent., Metro-Vickers Elect. Co.; represented M.V.E. Co. in India, Burmah, Singapore and Soviet Russia (Central Asia and Siberia).

McCRAE, R. B.Sc., A.M.I.Mech.E. Lecturer in Mech. and Structural Eng., Constantine Tech. Coll., Middlesbrough. Age: 37.

McCRUM, James. A.M.I.Mech.E. Generating Station Supt. Engr., Sunderland Corp. Elect. Undertaking. Private Address: 11 St. Gabriel's Avenue, Sunderland.

McCULLOCH, Andrew. M.Sc. Tech., A.I.C., F.Inst.F. Lecturer in Fuels, The Univ. of Manchester and the Manchester Municipal Coll. of Tech., Manchester, 1. Private Address: Brierfield, Hilltop, Wilmslow, Cheshire. Chairman, Manchester Section, Society of Chem. Industry, 1935-37; Chairman, Northern Branch, Inst. of Petroleum Technologists, 1938; Hon. Sec., North Western Section, Inst. of Fuel; Member Executive Committee, National Smoke Abatement Soc.; Member Tech. Committee, Soc. of Chem. Industry. Books: "Low Temperature Carbonisation of Bituminous Coal," "Gas Analysis."

McCULLOCH, R. A. A.M. I.E.E. 186 Coombe Road, Salisbury, Wilts. Engr. and Manager, Salisbury Elect. Light and Supply Co., Ltd., Salisbury. Age: 43. Career: Univ. Coll., Cardiff; Trainee, South Wales Power Co.; Res. Engr., West Wilts E.L. & P. Co., Ltd.; Dist. Engr., Wessex Electy. Co.

McCULLOCH, Robert Percival. B.Eng. (Liverpool), A.M.I.E.E. Electrical Engr., Imperial Chemical Industries (Metals) Ltd., Witton, Birmingham, 6. Private Address: 69 Wylde Green Road, Wylde Green, nr. Birmingham. Age: 33. Ed.: Rossall School, and Liverpool Univ.; apprent., United Alkali Co., and Metropolitan-Vickers.

McCULLOUGH, Richard Hamilton. B.Sc. (Civil Eng.), Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., Assoc.M.Inst.W.E. Chief Engr., Northern Water Board, Ramsey, Isle of Man. Private Address: "Sunnybank, " Park Road, Ramsey, Isle of Man. Age: 32. Career: 1927-28, Asst. Surveyor, Armagh R.D.C., N. Ireland; 1928-29, Surveyor, H.M. Land Purchase Commission, N.I.; 1929-32, Asst. Resident Engr., Silent Valley Reservoir, Belfast Water Commissioners; 1932-34, Resident Dist. Engr., Messrs Kennedy & Donkin, in connection with the Electrification of Northern Ireland; 1934-36, Resident Engr., Belfast Water Commissioners, Duplicating the Pipe Sections of the Mourne Conduit; 1931, present appointment.

MACDERMID, Alexander P. M.Inst.C.E. Private Address: 5 Gledhow Gardens, London, S.W.5. Career: Punjab irrigation, 1892-1902; Bengal-Nagpur Rly., 1902-30; retired as Deputy Engr. Served in R.E. as Field Engr. in France, 1915-18, twice mentioned in despatches; demobilised with rank of Captain and Brevet-Major, R.E. Founded and commanded Inundation Section, R.E.; on staff of Engr.-inChief, G.H.Q., B.E.F.

MacDERMOTT, C. N. M.I.E.E. Engineer, Metropolitan Police. Private Address: 4 de Burgh Park, Banstead, Surrey. Career: King's Coll., London; Richmond (Surrey) Elect. Light and Power Co.; P.O. Eng. Dept.

McDERMOTT, Edward D. A.R.S.M., M.Inst.M.M. Consulting Engr., Mining Trust, Ltd., Adelaide House, King William Street, London, E.C.4. .Private Address: The Dene, Borough Green, Kent.

McDERMOTT, H. A.M.I.Mech.E. 10 Hoadly Road, Streatham, London, S.W.16. Asst. in Rly. Dept., Messrs. Rendel Palmer & Tritton, 55 Broadway, Westminster, Civil and Consulting Engrs. Age: 60. Career: Bradfield Coll.; Crystal Palace Sch. of Practical Eng.; Privileged Apprent., Nine Elms Works of L. & S.W. Rly. (now Southern Rly.); Inspection of Materials in Sheffield, London, Leicester and Leeds for 7 years for Indian State Rlys.

McDERMOTT, J. M.I.E.E. "Scotswood," Gade View Road, Hemel Hempstead, Herts. Chief Elect. Engr. and Dept. Manager, J. Dickinson & Co., Ltd., Apsley Mills, Hemel Hempstead, Herts.

McDERMOTT, W. B.Sc. Tech., A.M.C.T., A.M.I.E.E. 20 Rathbourne Avenue, Hill Lane, Blackley, Manchester. Supervising Elect. Engr., British Engine, Boiler and Elect. Insurance Co., Ltd., 24 Fennel Street, Manchester. Age: 32. Career: Manchester Coll of Tech., part-time; Manchester Univ.; Apprent. and Jnr. Engr., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd.; then present occupation. Part-time Lecturer at Leigh Municipal Coll. and Oldham Municipal Tech. Coll.

McDERMOTT, Walter. M.Inst. M.M. Director, various mining companies. 2a Guildhall Chambers, Basinghall Street, London, E.C.2. Private Address: 115 Church Street, Chelsea, S.W.3. °Practised as Mining Engr. in Canada, United States and London.

MACDIARMID, A. C. C.A. Chairman and Managing Director, Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Shell-Mex House, Victoria Embankment, LonCon, W.C.2. Private Address: Westbrook Hay, Boxmoor, Herts. Age: 57.

MACDONALD, Lt.-Col. Arthur Cameron. D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E. Governing Director, Macdonald, Gibbs & Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 28 Finsbury Square, London, E.C.2. Private Address: 69 Courtfield Gardens, London, S.W.5. Career: Engaged in Civil Eng. and Contracting since 1885. 1915-19 Royal Engineers (D.S.O., Despatches, Serbian Order of White Eagle).

MACDONALD, C. James. B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Chief Engr. Trunk Roads Dept., Hertfordshire County Council, County Surveyor's Office, Hatfield, Herts. Private Address: "Namur," St. Stephens, St. Albans. Age: 33. Career: Manchester Univ.; Trainee with Messrs. Edmund Nuttall Sons & Co., Ltd., Westminster; engaged on construction of following works: Bartley Reservoir, Birmingham; Liverpool, East Lancashire Road, Mersey Tunnel, New Fish Dock, Grimsby, George V Graving Dock, Southampton, etc., etc.

MACDONALD., E. C. Ian. B.Sc. (Eng.) (Lond.), A.M.I.E.E., Diploma Faraday House. Distribution Engr., (1927 to present time), Merz and McLellan, Consulting Engrs., Carliol House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1. Private Address: 8 Elmfield Park, Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 3. Age: 34. Career: Faraday House; Birmingham Central Tech. Sch., and Regent Street Polytechnic; Practical Training with Belliss and Morcom, Birmingham, and Southern Rly. (Elect. Division), London; Draughtsman with Southern Rly. (Elect. Division), London.

MACDONALD, George. B.Sc. Edin. Univ. A.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.A.E., M.Inst.Met. Director and Tech. Manager, E. Chalmers & Co., Ltd., Newhaven Road, Edinburgh, 6. Private Address: 5 Craighall Bank, Edinburgh, 6. Career: Edinburgh Univ., Eng. Dept.; Heriot-Watt Coll.; Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Jas. Bertram & Sons, Ltd., Edinburgh; Dist. Engr., Caledonian Rly.; Asst. Engr., Balfour Beatty & Co., Ltd.; Halley's (Industrial) Motors, Ltd., Head of Experimental Dept., Eng. Manager, and Director.

MACDONALD, Hector Atherton. B.Sc., A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E. Research work in Physical and Elect. Eng. with W. T. Henleys Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., Gravesend, Kent. Private Address: 23 Orchard Avenue, Gravesend. Age: 36. Ed.: City and Guilds Eng. Coll.

MACDONALD, Robert Cowan. M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E. Private Address: Capelrig, Capel St. Mary, Suffolk. Career: 1888-98, apprent., Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., Glasgow; 1898-01, in charge of the dept. of the drawing-office which dealt with coal-handling plant and hydraulic stoking apparatus, later supervising the erection of hydraulic plants; 1901-02, Asst. Manager Glasgow Tube Works of John Marshall & Sons; 1903, returned to Arrols as Resident Agent; work which he carried through included the construction of eng. shops for the Wallsend Slipway and Eng. Co., Ltd., and other important crane and dock installations on the North-East coast; later engaged on the erection of the Queen Alexandra Bridge at Sunderland, the Transporter Bridge over the River Tees at Middlesbrough, and the widening of Blackfriars Bridge; 1914-16, Works Manager to Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd. 1916-34, Chief Mech. Engr., South Metropolitan Gas Co. Important works include the rebuilding of London's largest gasholder, following its collapse after the Silvertown explosion in 1917; the reconstruction of the Company's Greenwich workshops and the modernisation of the whole of the company's equipment. Member of several committees of the "Safety-First" Assoc.; Vice-Chairman of the Commercial Motor Users' Assoc.

MACDONALD, William R. M.I. Mech.E. Chairman Scottish Branch. General Manager, D. J. Macdonald, Ltd., South Saint Roque's Works, Dundee. Private Address: Kirkton, Newtyle, Angus.

McDOUGALL, A. M.B.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E. With Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., Britannic House, London, E.C.2. Age: 52. Career: Durham Coll. of Sc. (now Armstrong Coll.); Apprent., Reyrolles and C.M.E.'s Dept., N.E. Rly.; from Mains Engr. to Act. General Manager and C.E., Delhi Elect. Light and Tramways; Dep. C.E., Madras Tramways and Elect. Supply; 1924-36, Chief Elect. Engr., Iran and Iraq for Anglo I. Oil Co.; 1936 to date, liason with. Iran on elect. matters.

McDOWELL, William W. M. I.A.E. Manager, Cumberland Garage, Bryanston Street, London, W.1. Private Address: 27 Woodville Road, Golders Green, N.W.11. Age: 52. Career: Merchant Venturers Coll., Bristol; Austin Motor Co., Ltd. (home and S. America); 1914-18, R.N.A.S. and R.A.F. Tech. Branch; 1918-19, A.I.D.; 1919-21, Chief Designer, Arrol Johnston; 1921-24, Chief Engr., Service Motor Co., Ltd.; 1924-30, General Manager, Poland St. Garage; 1930-34, Consultant.

MACE, R. H. M.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E. Chief Engr., St. James's & Mayfair Dist., Central London Electy. Ltd., 25 Eccleston Place, S.W.1.

MacELWEE, Norman MacLeod. B.Sc., A.R.T.C., A.M.I.E.E. Lecturer in Mining Elect. Eng., Birmingham Univ. Private Address: 41 Wheats Avenue, Harborne, Birmingham, 17. Age: 38. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow and Univ. of Glasgow; Scott's Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., Ltd., Greenock; Greenock. Corp. Elect. Supply Dept.; Metropolitan-Vickers, Manchester. Research Student, Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research. Lecturer in Elect. Eng., The Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow. Lecturer in Elect. Eng., Armstrong Coll., Newcastle, Univ. of Durham.

MacEWAN, H. Camden. Assoc.M. Inst.E.E., C.G.L.I. Diploma of Elect. Eng., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Examination in Mechanical subjects. Asst. Manager, Elect. Dept., Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Queens Island, Belfast. Private Address: 42 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast. Career: C.G.L.I. Tech. Coll.; Finsbury; Armstrong Coll., Newcastleon-Tyne; Harland & Wolff since Apprent. at Clarke Chapman & Co., Ltd., except for War Service, 1914-18, R.G.A. and R.E. (Capt.).

MACFARLANE, Archibald Petrie. Extra First Class Board of Trade Cert. Principal, Swan, Macfarlane & Co., 42 Grey Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Private Address: Woodside, VVrekenton, Gateshead. Salvage Officer and Surveyor for the Salvage Assoc. in all parts of the world for 28 years, and continues as Surveyor.

McFARLANE, D. R. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.Mech.E. Chief Engr., Jenson and Nicholson Ltd., 86 Carpenters Road, E.15. Private Address: 363 Wanstead Park Road, Ilford. Age: 39. Career: Peterhead Academy; St. Andrews Univ.; Apprent., Scotts, S. and E. Co., Ltd., Greenock; Draughtsman, Scotts, Greenock; Engr., Asiatic Petroleum Co. (North China) Ltd.; Works Manager, Burmah-Shell Petrol Installation, Bombay; Engr., Vacuum Oil Co., London; War Service, R.A.F.

MACFARLANE, James Colquhoun. O.B.E., Wh.Ex. 1898, Wh. Sc. 1901, M.I.E.E., M.I.E. & S. (Scotland). Managing Director, The Macfarlane Eng. Co., Ltd., Netherlee Road, Cathcart, Glasgow, S.4. Private Address: "Braehead, " Cathcart, Glasgow. Career: 5 years apprent., Weirs, Cathcart, Asst. Works Manager; Engr. and Manager, Cromptons, Chelmsford 1905-12; Founder of the Macfarlane Eng. Co. in 1912; in charge of National Shell Factory during the the war, employing 5,000 people and producing 18,000 8-inch shells per week; thereafter at Beardmore's as Manager of their factories producing Howitzer, naval, and tank guns and carriages.

MACFARLANE, James Ernest. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E. Lecturer, Elect. Eng. Dept. (responsible for Elect. Machine Design), Northampton Polytechnic Inst., St. John Street, London, E.C.1. Private Address: 27 Colvin Gardens, Chingford, London, E.4. Age: 43. Career: Brighton Tech. Coll.; apprent., English Electric Co., Ltd., Stafford; Asst. Designer, English Electric Co., Ltd., Preston; Chief Asst. Designer, Newton's Dynamo Works, Taunton; Chief Designer, Newton's of Taunton Ltd.; Graduate Asst. in Maths. and Elect. Eng., L.C.C. Hackney Tech. Inst., E.B. War service in R.N.V.R.

McGAW, John Barrett. A.M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., M.R.San.I. Engr. and Surveyor (from 1935), Staveley U.D.C. Private Address: "In anda, " Woodthorpe, Mastin Moor, nr. Chesterfield. Age: 37. Career: Pupil, Walsall R.D.C., 191621, and Asst. Engr. and Surveyor, 1921-23; Eng. Asst., Islington, 192324, and Wembley U.D.C., 1924-25; Senr. Tech. Asst., Wembley U.D.C. 1925-29; Eng. Draughtsman (as re-inforced concrete specialist) and Dist. Engr., P.W.D. and Sea Defence Dept., British Guiana, 1929-32; Drainage Engr., Romford, U.D.C., 1932-35.

McGEOCH, William. A.M.I.E.E., M.Inst.Met., M.Inst. Plastics Industry. "Dunstaffnage," Knowle, Warwickshire. Director and Works Manager. William McGeoch & Co., Ltd., Glasgow; and Director, Scotoid Co., Ltd., Birmingham. Age: 69. Career: Glasgow High Sch.; Glasgow and W. Scotland Tech. Coll.; Birmingham Midland Inst.; Birmingham Sch. of Art.; practical work, brassfounders shop, Glasgow, with tinsmiths and in Warwick works, Birmingham.

McGILL, Thomas. M.I.Struct.E. A.M.I.Mech.E. Tech. Director, Edward Wood & Co., Ltd., Structural Engrs., Ocean Iron Works, Trafford Park, Manchester. Private Address: Coulter Fell, Park Lane, Hale, Cheshire. Career: E.C. Normal Sch., Glasgow and W. of Scotland Tech. Coll.; Apprent., A. & J. Main & Co., Ltd., Struct. Engrs., 1898-1904; D.O., Fredk. Braby & Co., Ltd., Glasgow, 1906; Chief Draughtsman, Bladen & Co., Ltd., 1907; Clyde Structural Iron Co., Ltd., Scotstoun, 1910; from 1910 onwards with Edward Wood & Co., Ltd. as Leading Draughtsman and Engr. Representative; Lecturer in Structural Eng. (Drawing and Design), at Municipal Coll. of Tech., Manchester, Evening Classes, 1913-22.

McGILLIVRAY, J. A.M.I.E.E. Formerly (until June 30, 1938) Deputy Engr. and Mains Supt., The Cambridge Elect. Supply Co., Ltd., 4 Market Hill, Cambridge.

MacGLASHAN, John. C.I.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E. (India). Private Address: White Cottage, Hatfield Peverel, Essex. Retired in 1931 after 30 years dock and harbour eng. in Bombay and Calcutta.

McGREGOR, James. D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Struct.E., M.E.I.C. Chartered Civil and Structural Engr. Private Address: "Gleniffer," 6 Thorn Road, Bearsden, Glasgow. Age: 59. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Pupil and Asst. Gilbert Thomson, M.A., M.Inst.C.E. and James Deas, C.E., Glasgow; Chief Asst. C. C. Lindsay, M.Inst.C.E., Glasgow. Resident and Asst. Divisional Engr., Grand Trunk Pacific Rly. Co., Canada; Supt. Engr. Can. Govmt. Rlys., Ocean Terminals, Halifax, N.S.; war service 1916-19, Major and Chief Engr., 3rd Bn. Can. Rly. Troops, France; Supt. Engr., Canadian National Rlys.; Chief Engr., Stewart & McDonnell, London; Chief Engr., Gold Coast Harbours (Takoradi and Accra); Chief Engr., New Tyndrum-Ballachulish Road (Glencoe) Argyll; Consulting Engr. (1933-34) Dock and Harbour Works Eastern Canada. Director, Modern Construction Co., Ltd., 86 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow.

McGREGOR, John Alexander. B.Sc. (Edin.) Hons. Civil Eng., Assoc. M. Inst.0. E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy. E. Tech. Asst., City Engr., Edinburgh. Private Address: 10 Craiglea Drive, Edinburgh, 10. Age: 27. Tech. Ed.: Edinburgh Univ. Tyained: City Engr. 's Office, Edinburgh.

McGREGOR, J. E. M. A.C.G.I., A.M. I. E.E. 63 Gordon Road, Ealing, London, W.5. Executive Engr., Eng. Dept., G.P.O. Age: 55.

McGREGOR, John G. B.A. (Cantab.), B.Sc., A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Welding. Asst. Managing Director, Murray & Paterson Ltd. (General Engineers), Coatbank Engine Works, Coatbridge, Scotland. Training: Glasgow and Cambridge Univs.; Apprent., Murray & Paterson Ltd., and B.T.H. Co., Ltd.

MacGREGOR, John Ian Graham. M.Inst.C.E. Asst. Engr. (Scottish Area), London & N.E. Rly., Edinburgh, 23 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh. Private Address: The Hawthorns, 84 Colinton Road, Edinburgh. Career: Commenced civil eng. work with Glasgow and S.W. Rly. at St. Enoch Station, Glasgow, in 1898; appointed Asst. Engr. with North British Rly. Co., Glasgow, 1901; Dist. Engr., North British Rly. Co., Carlisle, 1916-19, and again 1922-23; Dist. Engr., Glasgow, 191922, Edinburgh, 1923, Head Office, 1929.

McGREGOR, J. J. A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Elect. Engr. (Greenwich), London Passenger Transport Board, Greenwich Power Station, Hoskins Street, S.E.10. Age: 56. Career: Rutherford Coll. and Armstrong Coll., Newcastle-on-Tyne; Apprent., Palmer's & Co., Jarrow; Asst. Engr., Newcastle-on-Tyne Elect. Supply Co.; Asst Engr., Wimbledon; Engr. and Manager, Trafford Power and Light Supply; Asst. Engr., London Elect. Supply Corp.

MacGREGOR, William. B.Sc. (Special Distinction Maths. Eng. and Drawing), A.M. Inst.0.E. Lecturer in Civil Eng. and Sanitary Construction, Univ. of Glasgow. Private Address "Craglan," 62 Douglas Park Crescent, Bearsden. Age: 35. Career: Apprent., L.M. & S. Rly. Co.; Asst. Eng., later Asst. Bridge Engr. on Glasgow-Edinburgh Road Scheme; Asst. Engr., Callander and Kirkcudbright Waterworks Schemes; Tech. Asst. durinab erection of Structural Steelwork for Dumbarton Distillery. Past Vice-Chairman of The Glasgow Assoc. of Students of The Inst. of Civil Engrs.

MacGREGOR-MORRIS J. T. M.I.E.E., D.Sc. (Eng), Fellow U.C.L., Prof. Emeritus of Elect. Eng. in the Univ. of London, Oct., 1938, formerly Univ. Professor Head of Elect. Eng. Dept., Queen Mary Coll. (Univ. of London), Mile End Road, E.1. Private Address: 3 Lyndhurst Road, Hampstead, N.W.3. Career: Asst. to Sir Ambrose Fleming at Univ. Coll., London, 1894-98; Head of Elect. Eng. Dept., East London Coll. (now Queen Mary Coll.) from 1898 to 1938. Books: "Cathode Ray Oscillography,, " written in collaboration with Mr. J. A. Henley, M.Sc. (Eng.).

McGUFFIE, H. A. M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.Cons.E., M.A.Min. E.E. Sole Partner, Stevenson and McGuffie, Consulting Engrs., 163 Hope Street, Glasgow. Private Address: Douglaston, Leslie Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow. Career: Manchester Tech. School, Manchester Univ. (P. R. Jackson). Westinghouse Co., Ltd.; 32 years with present firm.

McGUIRE, Pactriak William. M.I.Mar.E., M.I.Fuel. Director, Chesterfield Tube Co., Ltd., Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Private Address: 57 Slayleugh Lane, Sheffield, 10. Age: 44. Career: R.N. Dockyard, Portsmouth; Babcock & Wilcox, Marine Dept.; General Manager and Chief Engr., Combustion Steam Generators, Ltd.; Managing Director, Armstrong-Sauer Commercial Vehicles Ltd. Author of "Steam and Other Useful Tables" (Spon).

McHAFFIE, H. G. M.I.E.E. 5 10 Melville Street, Edinburgh. Elect. Engr. for Scotland, Balfour, Beatty & Co., Ltd. Born: 1871. Career: Glasgow High Sch.; Glasgow and W. Scotland Tech. Coil.; Apprent., J. Dalglish & Sons, Glasgow; Asst. Engr., Edinburgh Corp., 1895-97, Derby Corp., 1897-98, Lowden Bros., Dundee, 1898-1900; Asst. Estimating Engr., B.T.H., 1900-02; Manager, Hoylake U.D.C. Elect. Dept., 190206; Asst. and Engr., Para Elect. Rly. and Ltg. Co., 1906-11.

McHAFFIE, Hugh Gordon. B.Sc. (Edinburgh), A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Engr., London Dist., British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Crown House, Aldwych, W.C.2. Private Address: 25 Linkside, New Malden, Surrey. Career: 3 years apprent., B.T.H. Co., Ltd.; 1 year G.E.C.; Schenectady as B.T.H. Fellowship Student; present appointment.

McILMOYLE, Robert Lewis. A.M.Inst.C.E. Senior Asst. (Structures), Chief Engr., L.M.S. Rly., St. Pancras Chambers, Euston Road, N.W.1. Private Address: Tranby Croft, Rowlands Avenue, Hatch End, Age: 35. Career: 1919, Engr.'s Office, and 1933, Civil Engr., Northern Counties Committee L.M.S. Rly., Belfast; 1935, present appointment.

McILWRICK, G. M. B.Sc. (Hons.), A.R.T.C., A.M.I.E.E. 12 Westfield Road, Rugby. Engr., The British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby, England. Ed.: Girvan High Sch. and Royal Tech. Coll. Graduate, Glasgow Univ., in Elect. Eng. Co-founder and Pres. (1938-39) Rugby Photographic Soc.

M'INTOSH, Hugh Robinson. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E. Asst. Mech. Engr. and Running Supt., G.N. Rly. (Ireland). Rly. Works, Dundalk. Private Address: Mounthamilton House, Dundalk. Career: Apprent., G.N.R. Works, Dundalk, 1900; Relief Shop and Running Sheds Foreman, 1905-08; Dist. Loco. Supt., Belfast, 1908; transferred to Dundalk as Works Manager, Loco., Carriage and Wagon, 1919; Running Supt., 1925; present position 1934. On and afrom 29th January, 1933, the control of Company's garages and garage staffs and responsibility for all mech. work in connection with Road Motor Fleet was transferred to the Co.'s Mech. Engr.

MACINTYRE, J. A. O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E., B.Sc. 27 Hindes Road, Harrow-on-the-Hill. Chief Engr., H.M. Office of Works. Age: 57. Graduate, London Univ.

McINTYRE, John, Jnr. A.M.It Mar.E., 1st Cl. B.O.T. Cert. (steam). 1st Cl. Sergeant of Police; Brigade Engr., Manchester Corp. Fire Brigade. Age: 33. Career: 4 years, Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; 6 years Apprent. Aitchison, Blair, Ltd., Clydebank, and 1935-36, pipe-arrangement and detail draughtsman; 10.years seagoing Engr., P. Henderson & Co., Glasgow. Inventor of Internal Combustion Rotary Motor.

MacIVOR, Douglas Tait. M.I. Mech.E., M.Cons.E. Consulting Engr. to Paper & Allied Trades; Mill Architect. 8 Old Road East, Gravesend, Kent. Private Address: Kilbaigie, Old Road East, Gravesend, Kent. Career: Apprent., Bertram's Ltd., Edinburgh; Journeyman Millwright, 1900-05: Draughtsman, 1905-07; Chief Engr., Paper Mills, Jas. A. Weir, Ltd., Kilbagie, Alloa, 1907-12; Darwen Paper Mill Co., Ltd., Darwen, 1912-17; Empire Paper Mills, Ltd., Greenhithe, 191724; Bowater's Paper Mills, Ltd., Northfieet, 1924-33; thereafter private practice. Was responsible for design, construction and equipment of Bowater's Paper Mills, and thereafter for maintenance.

MACK, R. A. B.Sc. (Eng.), M E E Tech. Director, Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., Connaught House, Aldwych W.0.2. Age: 48.

McKAY, A. H. A.M.I.E.E. Mains Supt., Aberdeen Corp. Electy. Dept., Millburn Street, Aberdeen.

McKAY, Robert Ferrier. M.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.F_., M. I.Mech.E., M.I.R.I. Manager, Patents and Inventions Dept., International Latex Processes Ltd., Fort Dunlop, Erdington, Birmingham. Private Address: Manor House, Sutton Coldfield, Warwicks. Age: 54. Career: Armstrong Coll., Newcastle-on-Tyne; Pupil and Draughtsman, Yarrow & Co., Ltd., Chief Lecturer, City and Guilds Coll.; Tech. Asst., Naval Dept., Vickers Ltd.; Experimental Work on Low Temperature Carbonisation; Tech. Officer (Eng.) D.S.I.R.; Latex Development Work Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.; Examiner, London B.Sc. (Eng.) and other Exams. Responsible for Inventions in Latex Field. Author of "The Theory of Machines" (Arnold); "The Principles of Machine Design" (Arnold); "Low Temperature Carbonisation" (Benn Bros.) (Joint Author); "The Paravane" (Brit. Assoc., 1919) etc.

MACKAY, William Morton. M.C., B.Sc., Dipl. R.T.C., A.M.I.E.E. Lecturer in Elect. Eng., Univ. Coll., Dundee. Private Address: Orwell Villa, 305 Clepington Road, Dundee. Age: 41. Trained Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd.; 1915-19, Seaforth Highlanders, Mesopotamia and Palestine; St. Andrews Univ. O.T.C., 1925 to date; since 1931, Bt. Major, in Command.

McKECHNIE, D. M. A.M.I.E.E. Res. Engr. and Manager, The Peterhead Electy. Co., Ltd., 9 Marischal Street, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire.

McKENNA, J. J. A.M.I.E.E. 11 St. Leonards Road, Thames Ditton, Surrey. Sales Engr., English Electric Co., Ltd. Ed.: Ampleforth Coll.; Faraday House; specialised in Domestic Elect. Appliances.

MACKENZIE, Alexander Donald. O.B.E. (Military), B.Sc. (Eng.), M.I.Brit.F. Managing Director, Mackenzie & Moncur Ltd., Balcarres Street, Edinburgh. Private Address: 213 Colinton Road Edinburgh Career: Edinburgh Univ. (B.Sc.;) Heriot-Watt Coll., Edinburgh; Glasgow Tech. Coll. Junr. positions with Mackenzie and Moncur Ltd., Foundry Dept. 1914-18, Service with Royal Engineers, Major R.E.

McKENZIE, Arthur E. M.I.Mech. E., M.I.E.E. Chief Engineer and Manager, Wimbledon Corp. Electy. House, Durnsford Road, Wimbledon, London, S.W.19

MACKENZIE, A. H. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. 33 Clowders Road, Perry Hill, Catford, S.E.6. Elect. Engr, Ocean Accident and Guar. Corp., London. Ed.: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Trained, B.T.H. Co., Ltd., Rugby.

MacKENZIE, N. F. Hon. M.A. (Oxon), F.R.G.S., M.Inst.C.E. 185 Woodstock Road, Oxford. Age: 81. Career: Edin. Inst.; Edin. Univ.; R.I.E. Coll.; 24 years India P.W.D., till 1902; Instructor in Surveying, Oxford Univ.; special Lecturer on Irrigation, King's Coll., London; Asst. Insp. of Munitions, Sheffield and Lancaster, 1916-19. Joint Author of Report on Investigation of Rivers, etc.

McKENZIE, Thomas. A.M.I. Mech.E., M.I.B.E. Manager and Chief Salvage Officer, Metal Industries, Ltd., 145 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. Private Address: Lyness, Orkney. Age: 46. Career: Tech. Coll., Glasgow; apprent. Yarrows, Scotstoun, Glasgow. Chief Salvage Officer, Cox & Danks, in charge of German Fleet Salvage; Salvage Officer, Admiralty; now in full control of Ex-German Fleet Salvage at Scapa. Flow. Expert in Marine Salvage and Submarine Eng. Inventor of submarine mark buoy, and certain escape apparatus.

McKEOWN, John. M.Sc., Ph.D., A.M.I., Mech. E. M.Inst.Met. Engr., British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Assoc., Regnart Buildings, Euston Street, London, N.W.1. Private Address: 23 Bloomfield Road, Harpenden. Herts. Career: Muni, cipal Coll. of Tech.; Queens Univ., Belfast; Teacher of Sc. and Eng.Lisburn Tech. Sch.; Lecturer in Maths., Municipal Coll. of Tech., Belfast. Specialist in Testing of Materials. Inventions: Thermostatic Controls, Fatigue Testing Machines, Machine for Testing Strength of Thin Foils.

McKICHAN, J. J. O.B.E, M.I.E.E. Chief Regional Engr. for Scotland, G.P.O., Edinburgh, 1. Age: 54. Career: Garelochwar and Hermitage Schs., Helensburgh; Glasgow and W. Scotland Tech. Coll.; Probationer Sub-Engr., G.P.O., 1911; Asst. Engr., 1914; Exec. Engr., 1929; Supt. Engr., Scotland E. Dist., 1934; present post, 1935. During War, in R.N.V.R.; Communications Officer to Brit. Adriatic Force.

McKIE, Ernest M.I.Mech.E. Consulting Engr., Norwich Union Chambers, Congreve Street, Birmingham, 3. Private Address: 64 Goldieshe-Road, Wylde Green, Birmingham.

MACKIE, Lt. Col. J. C. D.S.O., R.A.S.C., B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I. Mech.E., M.I.A.E., M.I.E.I., S.A.E. Chief Inspector, Mech. Transport, R.A.S.C. (since 1934), and Inspector M.T. Armaments, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, S.E.18. Born: 1888. Career: Middlesborough High Sch.; Dunfermline High Sch.; Heriot Watt Coll.; Edinburgh Univ.; 190409, Apprent., David Thompson, Ltd.; 1909-10, D.O., John Brown & Co.; 1910, 3rd Cl. Insp. M.T., A.S.C.; 1914, France, Officer i.c. Stores of Advanced M.T. Depot.

MACKIE, Colonel Tom Darke. C.M.G., O.B.E., M.I.Mech.E. Supt. Mech. and Elect. Engr., Air Ministry, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. Private Address: 2 Harrington Road, Preston Park, Brighton, Sussex. Career: Sedbergh Grammar School; Bristol Univ.; apprent., Barrow Haematite Steel Co.; Mech. Engr. under Sir John Dewrance; served, European War, in R.N.A.S. and R.A.F. (Colonel, 1918); 1917, in command, and 1918-19, Director, of Air Construction Service.

McKINSTRY, Archibald. M.Sc., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E. Managing Director and Deputy Chairman, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Babcock House, 34 Farringdon Street, London, E.C.4; Director, The Power and Traction Finance Co. (Poland) Ltd., and Utilities Corp. (Poland) Ltd., 33 Gracechurch Street, London. E.C.3. Private Address: 21 Ingram Avenue, London, N.W.11. Career: British Westinghouse Co., Jnr. Engr., 1902; connected with that company and the Metro.-Vickers Co.s in various capacities (including that of Chairman, Metro.-Vickers Elect. Export Co., Ltd.) till end of 1930, when resigned connection with these interests; went to Australia and New Zealand, 1911; Director of Munitions, Commonwealth Govmt., latter portion of European War; Electy. Commissioner, State of Victoria, 1918; visited U.S.A. and Canada on electrical matters, 1920 and 1921; visited Spain as Member of F.B.I. Trade Mission, 1929; Managing Director, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 1932.

McLAREN, Henry. D.S.O., M.C., M.I.Mech.E. Managing Director, J. & H. McLaren, Ltd., Midland Engine Works, Leeds. Private Address: Rossefield, Bramley, Yorks.

McLAREN, J. B.Sc. (Eng.), F.F.A.S., A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E. "Dalriada, " Highfield Hill, Upper Norwood, S.E.19. Head of Architectural Acoustics Section, Research Dept., B.B.C. Age: 39.

McLAREN, W. Ashcroft. A.M.I. Mech.E. Chief Tech. Engr., Breda Visada Limited, Python Mill, Littleborough, Lancs. Private Address: Stubley Hall, Littleborough, Lancs. Age: 51. Career: Apprent., Caledon Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., Ltd., Dundee; Queens Univ., Dundee, and Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Tech. Engr., The Murrlees Watson Co., Ltd., 3 years; Chief Constructional Engr., British Celanese, 10 years; present post, 13 years.

McLAUCHLAN, Edward. M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Mun. & Cy.E., M.R.S.I., Reg. Arch. Borough Surveyor and Water Engr., Ipswich County Borough Council, Town Hall Ipswich. Private Address: 69 Constable Road, Ipswich. Career: Apprent., Dorman Long & Co.; 3 years articles, F. Baker, Esq., Borough Engr., Middlesbrough; Snr. Eng. Asst., Middlesbrough; Snr. Town Planning Asst., Swansea; Deputy Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Great Yarmouth; present appointment, 1926.

McLAUCHLAN, James R. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E. Senior Draughtsman, L.N.E. Rly. (Southern Area), Signal and Telegraph Engr.'s Office, King's Cross Station, London, N.1. Private Address: 23 Wolsley Road, Crouch End, London, N.8. Age: 29. Formerly Tech. Asst., Signal and Telegraph Engr.'s Office, L.N.E. Rly. (Scottish Area), 1929-37, following apprent.

MACLAURIN, Robert. Director, Maclaurin Coal Products, Ltd., Maclaurin Carbonisation, Ltd., Gryfe Tannery, Ltd., Clyde Valley Gas Supply Co., Ltd., 19 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. Private Address: Homsteads, Stirling. Career: Trained under Dittmar, then Stanrigg Oil Co.; Cassel Cyanide Co., under the late Sir George Beilby, 8 years service; 10 years retained as Consultant; 14 years Manager, Scottish Guild of Handicraft, Ltd. 1913, invented Maclaurin Low-Temperature process of carbonising coal; 1915, Maclaurin Centrifugal Scrubber. Interested in peat problems, and everything relating to smoke abatement. Book: "The Oversea Illusion."

McLAY, David Bird. B.Sc., M. Inst.C.E. City Engr., City Architect, and Director of Housing, Corp. of Dundee, 21 City Square, Dundee, Angus. Private Address: 13 Albany Terrace, Dundee, Angus. Career: Asst. Engr., Vancouver, British Columbia, 191115; Municipal Engr., Singapore, 1924-30.

McLEAN, George Osborne. M.Eng., A.M.I.E.E., M.Inst.Fuel. Deputy Borough Elect. Engr. and Manager, Borough of Ealing, London, W.S. Private Address: 148 Pope's Lane, Ealing, W.S. Age: 35. Career: Liverpool Univ., 1920-23; training, Mather & Platt Ltd., Manchester; Asst. Engr., Lister Drive Power Station, Liverpool Corp.; Station Engr. to Actg. Station Supt., Calcutta Supply; Maintenance Engr., Hull Corp.; Personal Asst. to General Manager, Hull Corp. Elect. Dept. Author of "Steam Power Stations," pub. Crosby Lockwood Ltd., 1932.

MACLEAN, Magnus M.A., D.Sc., LL.D., F.R.S.E., M.I.E.E., etc Emeritus Professor, 108 University Avenue, Glasgow, W.2. Career: Chief official Asst. to Professor Lord Kelvin, 1884-99; Professor of Elect. Eng., Royal Tech. Coll., 1899 to 1923. Examiner for Degrees in Edinburgh, Dublin, and Manchester Univs.; First Celtic Lecturer in Univ (two volumes published). Books: "Physical Units," "Problems in Natural Philosophy," "Electricity and its Practical Applications," "Electrical Engineering in Six Volumes" (3rd issue).

MacLELLAN, Alexander Stephen. B.Sc. (Eng.) (Glasgow), M.I.N.A. Managing Director, Alexander Stephen & Sons, Ltd., Linthouse,. Govan, Glasgow. Private Address: 10 Sydenham Road, Glasgow, W.2. Ed.: Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh, and Glasgow Univ.; apprent., D. & W. Henderson, Ltd., and Wallsend Slipway.

MacLENNAN, H. B. A.M.I.E.E. 16 Robertson Street, Greenock. Consumers' Engr., Greenock Corp. Electy. Dept.

MacLENNAN, Ian D. A.M.I.E.E. Dist. Manager, Grampian Electy. Supply Co.; also Resident Engr., The Crieff Elect. Supply Co., Ltd., Crieff, Perthshire. Private Address: Lansdowne, Crieff, Perthshire. Career: Heriat-Watt Coll., Edinburgh; Asst. Dist. Engr., Clyde Valley Elect. Power Co.

MacLENNAN, Walter Logan. B.Sc. (London), A.M.I.E.E. Senior Control Engr., Central Electy. Board (Scotland), 168 Broomhill Drive, Glasgow, W.1. Private Address: 8 Highburgh Drive, Rutherglen. Age: 42. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Clyde Valley Elect. Power Co., Draughtsman, Asst. Dist. Mains Engr., and Power Station Charge Engr.

MacLEOD-CAREY, J. O.B.E., M.Inst.C.E. H.M. Divisional Insp. of Mines, Mines Dept., Board of Trade. Private Address: 2 Museum Place, Cardiff. Age: 59. Past Pres., South Wales Inst. of Engrs.; Member of Board for Mining Examination of the South Wales Safety in Mines Research Board Committee. Author of several Annual Reports, Presidental Address to South Wales Inst. of Engrs., "The Drainage of the South Wales Coalfield."

McLEOD, Geoffrey. B.Sc. (Hons.), A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. Senr. Civil Eng. Asst., Somerset Rivers Catchment Board, Watergate House, Bridgwater. Age: 29. Formerly Eng. Asst., Stockport C.B., 1930-33; Eng, Asst., River Ouse (Yorks.) Catchment Board, 1933-36; Res. Eng. 1936-38.

McLEOD, H. H. M.I.E.E. Chief Elect. Engr., Mid Southern Utility Co., Victoria Road, Aldershot. Private Address: Brook House, 152 Ash Road, Aldershot, Hants. Career: Elect. Engr. and Manager, Mountain Ash U.D.C.; Engr. and Sec., North Somerset Elect. Supply Co., Ltd.; Engr. and Manager, Launceston and Dist. Elect. Supply Co., Ltd.

MACLEOD, James F.I.C., F.R.S.E., M.I.Chem.E. Consulting Chem. Engr., 50 Wellington Street, Glasgow „C.2. Private Address: 16 Colebrooke Street, Hillhead, Glasgow, W.2.

MacLEOD, Norman Alexander. M.I.Mar.E. Sales Manager, Clyde Amos & Co., Ltd., 22 Martin Lane, Cannon Street, E.C.4. Private Address: 33 Delamere Road, Hayes, Mddx. Age: 32. Career: Apprent., Harland & Wolff Ltd., 1928-29; Snr. 4th Engr., Andrew Weir & Co.; 1929-30, Junr. 3rd Engr., Houlder Bros., Ltd.; -1930-32, Jnr. 2nd Engr., Andrew Weir & Co.; 1932-34, Sales Engr., Ruston Lister Marine Co., Ltd.; 1934-35, Engr.-inCharge, R. Woolf & Co., Ltd., Hayes, Mddx.

McLEOD, Robert James. Extra First Class Eng. (B.O.T.). F.R.S.A., M.Inst.Met., M.I.Mar.E. Managing Director, The Power Plant Co., Ltd., West Drayton, Mddx. Private Address: 39 Madeley Road, Ealing, W.5. Born: 1882. Career: Tech. Coll., West Hartlepool; Marine School, South Shields; Training, Richardsons Westgarth & Co., Ltd., West H 'pool. Chief Engr., Furness Line; General Manager, The Steam Fittings Co., Ltd., 1913; present position since 1918. Patents: Steam Traps, Electrically Operated Valves, Thermostats, Flexible Couplings, Gear Generating Machines, Thread Milling Machines.

McLEOD, Roderick Cristall. A.C.G.I., A.M.I.Mech.E. Turbine Designer, W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd., Bedford. Private Address: High Hedges, Orchard Lane, Harrold, Beds. Age: 42. Career: City and Guilds Eng. Coll.; Peter Brotherhood Ltd., 1920-25. Patentee of certain inventions in connection with turbines.

McLUSKY, John W. M.I.Mech.E. General Manager, Corp. Gas Dept., City Chambers, 45 John Street, Glasgow.

McMILLAN, Brian L. B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Inst..C.E., M.Inst.W.E. Water Engr. and Manager, Wolverhampton Corp., Town Hall, Wolverhampton.. Private Address: The Porch House, Castlecroft Gardens, Wolverhampton. Career: Articled to the late R. H. Wyrill, Esq., M.Inst. C.E., Borough and Waterworks Engr., Swansea, 1914-16; Eng. Asst., Water Dept., Swansea, 1917-24; Deputy Water Engr. and Manager, Wolverhampton, 1924-26; present appointment, 1926.

McMURDO, Archibald Hugh M.B.E., M.Inst.C.E. Divisional Engr. (Scotland), L.M. & S. Rly., St. Enoch Station, Glasgow. Private Address: 38 Hamilton Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow. Age: 58. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Pupilage with Warren & Stuart, C.E., Glasgow. Eng. Asst., Chief Engr. 's Dept., G. & S.W. Rly., Glasgow, 1902-10; Eng. Asst., Chief Engr. 's Dept., Highland Rly., Inverness, 1910-14; Chief Asst. Engr., Highland Rly., 1914-23; Dist. Engr., L.M. & S. Rly., Inverness, 1923-28; Permanent Way Asst. to Chief Engr., L.M. & S. Rly., Euston, 1928-31; Divisional Engr. (Scotland), L.M. & S. Rly., 1931 to date. Major, Engineer and Railway Staff Corps.

McNAIR, D. G. A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E. Chief Engr. and Manager, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., Sirius Works, West Gorton, Manchester. Private Address: Eaglesham, Queen's Drive, Heaton Mersey, nr. Manchester. Career: Apprent., G. and J. Weir, Ltd., Carthcart; served in the Navy as an Engr. during latter part of the war; tech. sales, The Mirrlees Watson Co;. Chief Draughtsman, Holden and Brooke, Ltd. Frequent Contributor to Technical Press.

MacNAMARA, Hugh John. M.G., Capt., B.Sc., A.M.Inst.C.E. Managing Director, Wo lse ley Sheep Shearing Machine Co., Ltd., Birmingham. Chairman, Renshaw Fdry., Ltd. Staines. Private Address: Chessetts House, Lapworth, Warwickshire. Age: 48. Career: Apprent., Vickers Ltd., Erith; King's Coll., London; Liege Univ.; Chief Engr., B.B.T.C.L., Burma.

McNAUGHT, John. M.I.Mar.E. Res. Engr., Feedwater Specialist Co., Ltd., Liverpool. Private Address: "Kintore," 64 Dunbabin Road, Wavertree, Liverpool. Age: 44. Career: Bootle Tech. Sch.; Apprent., Dunlop, Bell & Co., Liverpool, and Campbell & Isherwood Ltd., Bootle; Engr. Officer, James Moss & Co., Ltd., and Elders & Fyffes; Supt. Engr., Straights S.S Co., Ltd.

McNAUGHTON, A. I. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. Manager, Messrs. John Dickinson & Co., Ltd., Croxley Mills, Watford, Herts.

McNEILL, William. A.M.I. Mech.E., A.M.I.Mar.E. Supt. of Eng. Workshops, Dorman Long & Co., Ltd., Britannia Works, Middlesborough. Private Address: "Barnbeth, " 21 The Crescent, Redcar, Yorks. Age: 42. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Apprent., David Rowan & Co., Ltd., Glasgow; Foreman Turner, Alex. Stephen & Sons, Ltd., Glasgow; Engr. -in-Charge (Workshops), The Irrawaddy Flotilla Co., Ltd., Rangoon, Burma; Engine Room Artificer, Royal Navy.

McNULTY, J. H. M.R.San.I., M.I.H.V.E. Consulting Engr. (private practice), 136 Colwyn Road, West Hartlepool. Age: 41. Career: Clitheroe Royal Grammar Sch.; Served with R.E., 1914-19, but temporarily released (1916-18) to the late Sir Charles Parsons, at Wallsend; with North Russian Expeditionary Force at Archangel, 1918-19; after the War in business as Engr. in Lancashire; later held appointments as Engr. with The Standard Oil Co., in Venezuela, G.E.C. in Colombia, and The United Fruit Co., in Panama; 9 years in U.S.A., designing Eng. Services for the most notable buildings in New York City, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco; thereafter, Engr. with Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., I.C.I. (Central Office), The Ministry of Labour and The Air Ministry.

McPETRIE, James Stuart. B.Sc., Ph.D., A.M.I.E.E. Scientific Officer, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington. Member Wireless Section Committee I.E.E McPHERSON, George William. A.M.I.Mech.E. Sales Manager, London Area, The Uskside Eng. Co., Ltd., Newport, Mon. Private Address: 91 Church Drive, North Harrow, Mddx. Age: 50. Career: Glamorgan Tech. Coils. and Univ. Coll., Cardiff. Asst. Engr., North's Navigation Collieries Ltd.; Chief Draughtsman, The Uskside Eng. Co., Newport, Mon.; Chief Engr., The Uskside Eng. Co., Ltd., Newport, Mon.; Lecturer, Eng. Subjects, Newport Tech. Coll.

McPHERSON, John Ambrose. B.Sc. (Bristol Univ.), M.Inst.C.E., M.Assoc.Water E. Private Address: 20 Queen's Road, Weston-super-Mare. Age: 78. Ed.: Bristol Trade and Mining School. Formerly Engr., Bristol Waterworks Co.; Joint Consulting Engr. upon the Bristol Waterworks Co. Reservoir and Works, Cheddar. Past Pres. of the Bristol Assoc. of Engrs. Author of "Waterworks Distribution. "

MACPHERSON, M. M.Inst.C.E., A.F.Perm.Way Inst. 86 Deanston Drive, Glasgow, S.1. Age: 81. Career: Engr.'s Office, Glas. and S.W. Rly., 1881-24; Chief Asst. from 1916.

McPHERSON, Thomas. M.B.E. Director and General Manager, The Wallsend Slipway and Eng. Co., Ltd., Wallsend -on -Tyne. Private Address: 27 Percy Gardens, Tynemouth, Northumberland. Career: Apprent., George Clark & Sons, Ltd., Sunderland; at sea for 2 years in the Merchant Service; William Doxford & Sons, Ltd., Sunderland, Draughtsman, nearly 3 years, leaving in 1898 to take a position with the Wallsend Slipway Co., as a leading draughtsman; appointed Chief Draughtsman in 1905, Manager in 1931, and elected to Board of Directors in 1932.

MACRORY, R. V. M.I.E.E. City Elect. Engr., Londonderry Corp., Londonderry. Age: 60. Career: Cheltenham Coll.; Apprent., Siemens Bros., Woolwich; present position, 1898.

MACTAVISH, Duncan M. B.Sc. Eng., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., A.M.Inst. C.E., Diploma in Municipal and Civil Eng., Univ. Coll., London Pickering Prize Inst. of M. & Cy.E. Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Southgate Corp., Town Hall, Palmers Green, W.3. Age: 34. Ed.: Bootham School, York; Univ. Coll., London.

McVITTIE, M. J. A.M.I.Mech.E. "Fernieherst," Bloomfield Road, Darlington. Snr. Draughtsman and Inspector, under Sir Nigel Gresley, L. & N.E. Rly., Darlington. Age: 52. Career: Seafield Academy; Rutherford Coll.; Armstrong Coll.; Apprent., Sheffield and Twinberrow, Cons. Engrs., Newcastle; Sheffield Twinberrow Steel Car Co.; N.E. Rly.; now Designer, Main Line and High Capacity Rolling Stock.

MacWHIRTER, George Edward. A.M.I.Mech.E., M.A.Soc.Mech.E. Planning Engr., Monsanto Chemicals, Ltd., Ruabon, N. Wales. Private Address: Trewen, Trefynant Park, Acrefair, N. Wales. Career: Hull Tech. Schools; Apprent., Priestman Bros., Hull; Chief Locomotive Insp., Antofagasta and Bolivian Rly. Co., Chili, 5 years; Acting Locomotive, Carriage and Waggon Supt., Aguas Blancas Rly., Chili, 2 years; Chief Engr., Boquete Nitrate Co., 5 years, and Works Manager, 2 years; Chief Engr., Chas. Butters, Mining Engrs., Chili, 10 years.

MacWHIRTER, R. B.Sc., A.M. I. E.E. Area Engr., Glasgow Tel. Area., G.P.O., Glasgow. Age: 34 Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; joined G.P.O., 1928.

McWILLIAM, John A. M.A. (Cantab.), M.I. & S.I. Tech. Representative, Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., Sheffield. Private Address: 101 Stumperlowe Hall Road, Sheffield, 10. Age: 36. Ed.: Glasgow Academy; St. John's Coll., Cambridge; Sheffield Univ.

McWILLIAMS, E. J. A.M.I.E.E., A. M. I.Mech.E. Flat D, 13 Gledhow Gardens, Kensington, S.W.5. Chief Eng. Asst. to County Architect., Middlesex C.C., 10 Great George Street, S.W.1. Age: 54. Career: Pupil Apprent., Ernest Scott & Mountain, Ltd.; 3 years Armstrong Coll. (1st Cl. Dipl.); 4 years Consumers' Engr. Dept., Cleveland & Durham Power Co.; 2 years Rand Mines Group, Johannesburg; 2 years Sectl. Engr., Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co.; 1 years Elect. Engr., St. John Del Rey Mining Co., Brazil; 4 years active service R.E. Signals, Lieut.; 5 years on staff, Merz & McLellan; 2 years Elect. Engr. on construction Ford Works, Dagenham.

MADDEN, W. D. M.I.E.E. Chairman and Managing Director, Hick, Hargreaves & Co., Ltd., Bolton, Lancs. Age: 53. Career: Haileybury; Faraday House; Training, Bellis & Morcom Ltd., and Dick, Kerr & Co., Ltd.; Stothert & Pitt, Ltd.; Hick, Hargreaves & Co., Ltd.

MADDOCK, Donald Wilfred. M.I.Brit.F. Managing Director, John Maddock & Co., Ltd., Oakengates, Shropshire. Private Address: "Oaken, " Albert Road, Wellington, Shrops. Age: 44. Ed.: Wrekin Coll.; Oakengates Tech. School. With present firm since 1911.

MADDOCKS, William R. B.Sc., Ph.D., M.I. & S.I. Lecturer in Metallurgy, Dept. of Applied Science, Sheffield Univ., St. George's Square, Sheffield,.1.

MADELEY, J. W. M.A., M.Inst. C.E. Lond Cable, Burnham, Bucks. Tech. Director, Burnham Dorney & Hitcham Waterworks Co., Ltd., Burnham, Bucks. Age: 66. Career: Cambridge Univ. (Hons. in Eng.); Pupil late James Mansergh; Res. Engr., Birmingham Waterworks (Elan supply); Res. Engr., Stockport Waterworks; appd. by Sec. of State for India as special Engr. for Design and Construction of Water and Drainage Works for Madras; Cons. Engr., in Madras for Malayan Govmt.; Cons. Engr. in Madras to S. Indian Rly., etc.

MADGEN, Frederic James. A.M.I.E.E. Director, W. Lucy & Co., Ltd., Eagle Iron Works, Oxford. Private Address: 348 Wardstock Road, Oxford. Age: 73.

MAGUIRE, Stirling H. B.Sc. (Edin.), A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E., Assoc. H.W.C. Edin. Area Manager, Electy. Board for N. Ireland, 14 Castle Street, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland. Age: 41. Career: Portora Royal Sch., Enniskillen; Royal Flying Corps, E.R.S. France; Diploma, Heriot Watt Coll., Edinburgh; Edinburgh Univ.; Engr. and Manager, Enniskillen Elect. Light and Power Co., Ltd., 1924-32; present position, 1933 to date.

MAIDENS, Capt. John R. M.I.A.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M. Inst.T. Transport Manager, Schweppes Ltd., 1 Connaught Place, W.2. Private Address: 77 Barn Hill, Wembley Park, Mddx. Career: Faraday House; Tech. Inst., Grantham; 1902-07, R. Hornsby and Sons, Grantham, designing machinery and methods of cheap production; 1907-08, in charge of plant and methods of production, Sheffield Simplex Motor Co., Sheffield; 1908-09, Revising Text Books on Machine Shop Practice for International Correspondence Schools; 190911, Tech. publications, Cassell and Co.; Transport Manager, Schweppes Ltd., 1911; 1916 to 1919 R.A.S.C.M.T. (Captain, October, 1918); loaned to Ministry of Munitions, responsible for all production and inspection of M.T. spare parts produced in the London Area—Lincoln to Cornwall. Has contributed largely to American Technical Publications and taught Workshop Calculations and Drawing in L.C.C. Evening Schools. Has been a member of The National Council, Commercial Motor Users Assoc., for 25 years.

MAIN, Alfred Charles Wh. Ex., A.M.I.Mech.E. Tech. Officer, Admiralty (S.R.E. Dept.), H.M.S. Vernon, Portsmouth. Private Address: "The Anchorage," Down End Road, Drayton, Hants. Formerly in Paravane Dept., Portsmouth Dockyard.

MAIN, Sidney Arthur. Hon.M. Sc., B.Sc. (Hons.), F.R.C.Sc., F.Inst. P., F.R.S.A. Head of Research Dept. and Local Director, Hadfields, Ltd., Steel Manufacturers, Hecla Works, Sheffield, 9. Private Address: Sunny Bank House, 43 Broomhall Place, Sheffield, 10.

MAIR, P. B. B.A., A.M.E.E. 10 Westfield Hall, Birmingham, 16. Deputy Commercial Manager, Shropshire, Worcs. and Staffs. Elect. Power Co., Mucklow Hill, Halesowen, Birmingham.

MAKOWER, Alfred Jacques. M.A. (Cantab. ), M.E.E. Consulting Engr., 200 High Holborn, London W.C.1. Private Address: 37 Aberdare Gardens, London, N.W.6. Career: Cambridge, 1896-98; Charlottenburg High School, 1898-1900; A.E.G., Berlin, 1900-02; B.T.-H. Co., Rugby, 1902-04; Head of Elect. Eng. Dept., South Western Polytechnic, Chelsea, 1904-18; Director ofMossay and Co., Ltd. (electric vehicles, runabout cranes, pneumatic tools).

MALFATTI, Baron C. V. A.M.I. Mech.E. General Manager, Pirelli, Ltd., 343 Euston Road, London, N.W.1. Private Address: 17 Ashby Road, Burtonon-Trent. Age: 41. Career: Ecole Polytechnique Federale, Zurich; Escher Wyss & Co., Steam Turbines Dept., Zurich (5 years).

MALINS, G. H. A.M.I.Mech.E. 20 Lansdowne Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, 21. Mech. Toys Manufacturer, St. Mary's Row, Birmingham, 4. Age: 46. Career: Birmingham Tech. Coll.; Pupil, Austin Motor Co., Ltd.; 1st Cl. B.O.T. Cert.; Engr. Lieut., R.N.R., and Chief Engr. Afloat during War; Power Plant Engr., Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd.; Power Plant Supt., British Enka Art. Silk Co., Ltd.; Managing Director, Transport Repairs Ltd., Birmingham.

MALLETT, Claud. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.N.E.C.Inst. Asst. Works Manager, Central Marine Eng. Works, West Hartlepool. Private Address: 34 Wilton Avenue, West Hartlepool. Age: 45. Ed.: Battersea Polytechnic; Apprent., Central Marine Eng. Works.

MALLETT, Edward. D.Sc. Eng. (Lond.), M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., F.Inst.P., Fellow of Univ. Coll., London. Principal of the Woolwich Polytechnic, London, S.E.18. Private Address: 31 Engayne Gardens, Upminster,, Essex. Age: 50. Career: Univ. Coll., London. Post Office Engr.; Asst. Professor, City and Guilds (Eng.) Coll. Author of "Telegraphy and Telephony," "Vectors for Electrical Engineers, "Foundations of Technical Electricity" (with Mr. Vinycomb).

MALLETT, J. M.I.P.E. 40 Leicester Glasgow, W.2. Motors Ltd., Age: 49

MALLINSON, A. B. M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E. Consulting Engr., in practice since 1911, Worsley Street, Salford, Lancs. Age: 60. Career: Manchester Sch. of Tech.; Ediswan Co., 1 year; Mather & Platt Ltd., 16 years; Governing Director, Mallinson & Eckersley Ltd., Woodcraft Manufacturers; Chairman, Record Oil and Grease Co., Ltd.; Director, The Mazapil Copper Co., Ltd. Past Chairman, N.W. Section, I.E.E. W. A.M.I.Mech.E., Avenue, Kelvinside, Plant Supt., Albion Scotstoun, Glasgow.

MALLINSON, W. D. B.Sc., A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E. Radio Engr., Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., New Southgate, London. Age: 29. Ed.: Sedbergh Sch.; City and Guilds (Eng.) Coll.

MALTHUS, R. M.A., A.M.I. Mech.E. The Cottage, Albury, Guildford. Age: 57. Career: Educ.: Winchester and Trinity Coll., Cambridge; Apprent., Chief Mech. Engr., L. & S.W. Rly.; 1911-13, Outdoor Running Supt., L. & S.W. Rly.; 1913-19, Dist. Loco. Engr., Ceylon •Govmt. Rly.; 1919-23, Chief Mech. Engr., Trinidad Govmt. Rly.; 1923-30, Chief Mech. Engr., Sierra Leone Govmt. Rly.; General Manager and C.M.E.; 1933, retired.

MANIGHETTI, Augustus M. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.M.E.E. Midland Engr. and Representative, Switchgear & Cowans Ltd., Manchester. Private Address: 30 Widney Manor Road, Solihull, Birmingham. Age: 46. Career: Northampton Polytechnic Inst., London; North Metropolitan Elec. Power Supply Co., Asst. Engr.; Schorch Elect. Co., Rheydt, Germany; Works Manager, Westinghouse, Cooper, Hewitt, London; 1919, Research Engr. with Mr. Maurice Leblanc, Paris (Hewittic Co.); 1922, Chief Engr., Hewittic Electric Co., Ltd., Walton-on-Thames; 1929, for 4 years travelled Europe as Consultant in Electrical Insulation problems. Present position since 1933.

MANN, E. A. A.M.I.Mech.E. Director and Tech. Estimator, Wm. Johnson & Sons (Leeds) Ltd., Castleton Foundry, Armley, Leeds. Age: 59. Career: Holbeck Mechanics Inst., Leeds; Northern Inst.; with present firm 47 years; appointed Director, 1937.

MANN, Francis Alfred Wharton. M.Eng., Liverpool. A.M.Inst.C.E. Asst. Eng,r., London & North Eastern Rly., King's Cross Station, N.1. Private Address: 72 Lawn Road, Hampstead, London, N.W.3. Age: 42. Career: Liverpool Univ.; Apprent., Nasmyth Wilson & Co., Manchester; Merz & McLellan, Consuiting Engrs., (Rly. Electrification and H.T. Overhead Transmission Lines. Reinforced Concrete Construction).

MANN, F. H. M.I.E.E. H.M. Electrical Inspector of Factories, Somerset Hse., Temple St., Birmingham. Age: 47. Career: Univ. of Birmingham; Honours Prizeman, City and Guilds; during War served with R.N. Division in Gallipoli, and afterwards as Lieut. (E) in Grand Fleet; Constructional Engr., Grimsby Corp., 1919-21; Partner in firm of Moffett, Rosher & Mann, Cons. Engrs., 1921-30.

MANN, Frederick Watson. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Elect. Engr., Batteries Ltd., Hunt End Works, Redditch. Private Address: "Uplawmoor, " 187 Plymouth Road, Redditch. Age: 35. Career: Edinburgh Univ. (1920-23); from 1923-29, Dist. Engr., Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd. Designer of the "Nife-Neverfayle" system of Emergency Lighting.

MANN, Gerald. B.Sc. (Eng.), Lond., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.F.Perm. Way Inst. "Littlecroft," West End, Southampton. Tech. Asst. to Divl. Engr., Southern Rly., Ashford. Age: 28. Career: Univ. Coll., Southampton; various appointments with S. Rly. as Eng. Asst., Southampton Dock and Station, Dover train ferry Dock, Waterloo N. Works Dept., etc.; present appointment, 1937.

MANN, R. W. A.M.I.E.E. Sales Director, Chas. Crofton & Co. (Engrs.) Ltd., Church Bank Offices, Wallsend-on-Tyne. Age: 39. Career: Apprent., Vickers Ltd.; R.N., Elect. Artificer, 1915-18; Metro-Vick Elect. Co., D.O., Engrs. Specialising Colliery work; Newcastle Office, Mining Sales Engr.

MANNING, A. H. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.Gas E. Managing Director, Bamag Ltd., 53 Victoria Street, London, S. W.1.

MANNING, Edwin Alexander. A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Designer in Elect. Dept., Keith Blackman Ltd., Mill Mead Road, Ferry Lane, Tottenham. Private Address: 66 Goldsborough Crescent, Chingford, E.4. Age: 30. Pupilage under Chief Elect. Engr., Keith-Blackman, Ltd.; Tech. Educ., Northern and Regent Street Polytechnics.

MANNING, Major Frederick Edwin Alfred. M.C., B.Sc. (Eng.), M.I.E.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. Principal, Telecommunications Dept., Headquarters Building, G.P.O., E.C.1. Private Address: 318 Dollis Hill Lane, N.W.2. Age: 41. Career: Northampton Eng. Coll., 1920-24; War serviceInns of Court Regt. and R.T.C., 1915-20; Eng. Dept., G.P.O., 1925-37. In R.E. (T.A.), since 1920.

MANSELL, Leonard. A.M.I. Mech.E., M.I.E.I. Tech. Asst., War Office, Caxton House West, Tothill Street, Westminster. Private Address: 28 The Lawns, Blackheath, S.E.3. Age: 37.

MANSER, H. W. A.M.I.E.E. 4 Gaynes Park Road, Upminster, Essex. Second Asst., County of London Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 82 South Street, Romford, Essex. Age: 33. Training, Faraday House.

MANSERGH, Walter L. M.Inst. C.E., M.Cons.E. Partner, James Mansergh & Sons, 5 Victoria Street, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Private Address: Walcot, Wentworth, Virginia Water, Surrey. Career: 1887-89, Univ. Coll. School; 1889-91, Univ. Coll., London; pupilage with the late James Mansergh, F.R.S., P.Inst.C.E., then Asst.; 1902, taken into partnership, James Mansergh & Sons. Works with which connected: Waterworks: Birmingham (Elan Supply), Tess Valley (Stockton and Middlesbrough), Tynemouth, Lancaster and others. Sewerage: Colombo, Derby, and others.

MANSFIELD, Oliver. M.I.Mech.E. Director, Mather & Platt Ltd., 22 Great Smith Street, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 8 Heathview Gardens, Putney Heath, London, S.W.15.

MANTLE, Harry George. M.I. Mech.E., F.G.S. Private Address: 32 Upper Park Road, Hampstead, London, N.W. 3. Career: Educated scientifically at Mason College, Birmingham. Formerly South Staffordshire ironmaster, Old Level Ironworks and Collieries, Brierley Hill. The works were on the War Office list, and now to-day form part of the Earl of Dudley's Round Oak Iron and Steel Works, Brierley Hill. The Works were always carried on under the old name of Henry Hall & Co., and his late father was a member of the firm. Formerly Hon. Sec. of the Midland Iron and Steel Trades Unmarked Bar Assoc., and of the British Iron and Steel Trades Consultative Council (now defunct); Metallurgist and ironworks practice several years; also a glacial geologist.

MANZONI, Herbert J. M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.Mun. & Cy.E., M.T.P.I., M.R.San.I. City Engr. and Surveyor, Council House, Birmingham. Private Address: 71 Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmingham, 13. Career: Chief Engr., Sewers and Rivers Dept., Birmingham, 1927-29; Deputy City Surveyor, Birmingham, 1929-35; appointed City Engr. and Surveyor, Birmingham, 1935. Hon. Surveyor to the Midland Joint Town Planning Advisory Council; Hon. Engr. to the Tame Basin Joint Committee.

MARCHANT, A. E. M.Sc., Tech., A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. 38 Moss Road, Stretford, Manchester. Tech. Asst., Warrington C.B. Elect. Dept., Age: 32. Career: Educ.: London; Stretford Sec. Sch.; Manchester Univ.; Apprent., Lancs. Dynamo and Motor Co., 1923-26; Asst. Mains Engr., Mid-Ches. E.S. Co., Northwich; part-time Lecturer, Heat Engines and electrotechnics, Warrington Tech. Inst. and Widnes Tech. Coll., 1932 to date.

MARCHANT, Edgar W. D.Sc., M.I.E.E. Professor of Elect. Eng., The Univ., Liverpool. Career: Granville Scholarship London Univ., Siemens Medal and Siemens Scholarship I.E.E. Early career in works: 1897-1900, Director of Lord Blythswood's private laboratory and works, Renfrew, N.B., 1900, Demonstrator under Professor S. Thompson; 1901, Lecturer in Electrotechnics at Liverpool Univ.; 1903, present appointment. Past-Pres. of I.E.E.

MARCHBANKS, Maurice James. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.C.G.I., D.I.C., A.M.I.E.E. Electrical Engr., MetropolitanVickers Elect. Co., Ltd., Trafford Park, Manchester, 17. Private Address: "Craigmillar," Vale Road, Bowdon, Cheshire. Age: 36. Tech Ed.:. Imperial Coll. of Sc. and Tech.; Apprent., Metropolitan-Vickers.

MARE, Arthur John. A.M.I.E.E., B.Sc. (Eng.). Electrical Manufacturers Agent, 28 Oakwood Road, Wylde Green, Birmingham.

MARKES, A. S. A.M.I.E.E. 60 Pinner Park Avenue, Headstone Lane, Harrow, Mddx. Age: 63.

MARKHAM, Ernest. Wh. Ex., M.I.Mar.E., M.N.E.C. Inst., M.B.A. Refrig., M.Wh. Soc., Sir Wm. Allan Scholar. "Dormaville," Scarcroft, Thorner, nr. Leeds. Sales Manager, Peter Brotherhood, Ltd., Peterborough. Age: 43. Career: Sunderland Tech. Coll.; Royal Navy, Engr. Sub. Lieut. during War; retired from Navy, 1919. Has given various Lectures for Brit. Assoc. of Refrigtn., Inst. Mar. E

MARKS, E. A.M.I.E.E. "Trelyn," 67 Priory Gardens, Highgate, N.G. Mains Engr., Islington Corp. Electy. Dept., Holloway, N.7. 1907-09, Finsbury Tech. Coll., Diploma; 1909-10, Edison & Swan; 1910-11, Elect. Co., Charing Cross Road; 1911-14, Testing Engr., Islington Borough Council; 1914-19, H.M. Forces, Egypt, Gallipoli, Salonica, Palestine and Syria; 1919, Engr., Islington Elect. Dept.

MARKS, The Rt. Hon. Lord. C.B.E., J.P., M.I.Mech.E., Ass. M.Inst.C.E. Senior Partner, Marks and Clerk, Consulting Engrs., 57/58 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.2. Private Address: Cerne Abbas, The Avenue, Bournemouth West.

MARKWICK, A. H. D. M.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E. Lawn Cottage, Lawn Close, Datchet, Bucks. Scientific Officer, Road Research Laboratory, D.S.I.R., Harmondsworth. Age: 34. Ed.: Manchester Univ.

MARKWICK, C. I. A.M.I.Mech.E. Asst. Works Manager, Manchester Guardian and Evening News Ltd., 3 Cross Street, Manchester. Age: 32. Career: Apprent., S. Rly. Co., Brighton, 1922-27; Draughtsman and Testing Engr., S.R. Co., 1927-28; Asst. Chief Engr., The Amalgamated Press, Ltd., 1928-37; present appointment, 1937.

MARLEY, W. H. A.M.I.Mech.E. Proprietor, W. H. Marley & Co., (Engrs. Machine & Srhall Tools), 21 Compton Terrace, London, N.1. Substantive rank of Captain, Indian Army, Retired; 20 years in India, 10 of which as Chief Engr. with The Tata Iron and Steel Co., Ltd. Collieries.

MARPLES, E. I. B. A.M.I.Mech. E., Lic.es.Sc., Ing. Dipl. (Lausanne). Research Eng,r., Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd. (Engine Dept.). Private Address: 25 Logan Road, Bristol 7. Formerly with Brown, Boveri & Cie (Baden, Switzerland); Fraser & Chalmers, Erith.

MARPLES, Stephen A. A.M.I. Mech.E., M.I.A.E. Cons. Engr., specialising on I.C. Engines, 104 High Holborn, London. Born: 1873. Career: Univ. Coll. Sch.; Apprent., James Blair & Co., and at Acme and Immisch Elect. Works, London; 1 year in U.S.A. and Canada; 6 years, European Manager for U.S.A. firms; Consulting Engr. since 1903; Founder of and Cons. Engr. to Aerial League of the Brit. Empire, 1909; Chairman, British Tech. Commission, Internatl. Legal Committee of Aviation, etc.; 1916, joined R.A.; 1917, Air Ministry; 1918, Chief Production Officer, for South and Mid-England, for Aeroplane Engines; 1919, Member of M. of M. Committee, on Disposal of Surplus War Material and Chairman of I.C. Engine Sub-Committee. Retired from R.A. as Captain.

MARRIAGE, William Frank. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Telephone Transmission Engr., International Standard Electric Corp., "Connaught House," Aldwych, London, W.C.2. Private Address: "Vassall," 32 Bodley Road, New Malden, Surrey. Age: 38. Ed.: Univ. Coll., London; 15 years with International Standard Elect. Corp.

MARRINER, George T. A.M.I. Mar.E., M.Inst.F., A.M.I.E.S.S. Managing Director, Marriner & Co., Ltd., 46 Southampton Row, London, W.C.1. Private Address: 36 Parkside, Knightsbridge, London, S.W.1. Born: 1906. Formerly Manager, Marine Dept., Taylor Stoker Co., Ltd., 1922-32; Director's Asst., Yarrow & Co., Ltd., 1932-35. Specialist in the mechanical burning of coal in vessels of all types. Author of "Mechanical Stokers for Marine Boilers."

MARRINER, W. W. M.I.N.A., M.I.Mar.E., M.I.E.S.S. Director, Yarrow & Co., Ltd., Shipbuilders and Marine Engrs., Scotstoun, Glasgow. and of Marriner & Co., Ltd., Private Address: 36 Parkside, Knightsbridge, London, S.W.1. Member of the Committee of Management, British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft; Member, Consultative Committee of Shipbuilders and Engrs. appointed to confer with the Marine Dept. of the Board of Trade.

MARRIOTT, Hugh F. F.G.S., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M.M., A.R.S.M., A.R.C.S. President, Panama Corp. (Canada), Ltd.; British Govmt. Director, Magadi Soda Co., Ltd.; Governor, Imperial Inst., London. Business Address: Africa House, Kingsway, London, W.C.2. Private Address: "Spaniards Field," Wildwood Rise, Hampstead, N.W.11. Career: South Africa, with Wernher Beit & Co., and their successors from 1891 to 1922, after which tech. control and Director of companies in London. Is a member, Chem. Met, and Min. Soc. of S.A.; S.A. Inst. of Engrs.; Geological Soc. of S.A.; Canadian Inst. of Mining and Metallurgy; Amer. Inst. of Mining and Metallurgy. Past-Pres., Inst. M.M. Books: "Money and Mines" (Macmillan).

MARRYAT, Howard. M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E. Managing DireCtor, Marryat and Place, Ltd.; Chairman, Marryat and Scott, Ltd., Dewhurst and Partners, Ltd., John Bennie (1934), Ltd. Business Address: 40 Hatton Garden, E.C. Private Address: 1 The Terrace, Richmond, Surrey. Career: Apprent., Ronald A. Scott, Acton; Tech. Training, Finsbury; Business Training, Wheatley Kirk, Price and Goulty; started own business, 1891. Twice Pres., E.C.A.; Past.-Pres., E.I.B.A., for whom raised record funds.

MARRYAT, John. F.H.D., A.M.I.E.E. Tech. Dept. Manager, Marryat & Place Ltd., 40 Hatton Garden, E.C.1. Private Address: Lime Tree Cottage, Sunbury-on-Thames. Age: 32. Ed.: St. Paul's School; Faraday House. Service with General Electric Co., Ltd., Osram Lamp Dept.

MARSDEN, N. B.Sc.,A.M.I.Mech.E. Director, Marsden & Stansfield, Ltd., Brighouse, Yorks. Age: 37. Career: Sheffield Univ.; Manchester Univ.; Marsden and Stansfield Ltd.

MARSH, Capt. Ernest H. A.M.I. Mech.E. Representative Engr., W. H. Allen Sons & Co., Ltd., 4 West Park Place, Roundhay, Leeds, 8. Age: 46. Pupil, R. Hornsby & Sons, Ltd., Grantham; was Aero-engine Production Officer during War period. Pres., Leeds Assoc. of Engrs.

MARSH, Nevill Francis. M.A. (Cantab. ), A.M. I.E.E. "Hill Side," Barrowby, Grantham. Dist. Engr., Mid-Lincs. Elect. Supply Co., Ltd.; also Consultant to Campbelltown and Mid-Argyll E.S. Co., and to Thurso and Dist. E.S. Co. Age: 30. Career: Cambridge Univ.; 192$-30, apprent., and 1930-32, in Design Dept., Traction Motor Works, Metro-Vick, Trafford Park.

MARSH, Thomas William. B.Sc. (Eng.), London, Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Engineer, Simplex Concrete Piles Ltd., and Industrial Constructions, Ltd., 137 Victoria Street, S.W.1. Private Address: 257 Barnsole Road, Gillingham, Kent. Age: 39. Ed.: City and Guilds. Lecturer on R.C. and Statically Inderminate Structures, Westminster Tech. Inst.

MARSH, W. M.I.E.E. 353 Ditchling Rd., Brighton. Born; 1876 at Dorking. Career: Bootham Sch. York; Glasgow and W. of Scotland Tech. Coll.; Third Place Hons. Elect. Eng., 1898; Anderson & Munro Glas— gow; Scottish Cyanide Co., Leven; Eng. Dept., Glasgow City Tramways; since 1900 under the Brighton Corp.; 1905-39. Engr. and Manager, Brighton Corp. Tramways: retd on pension.

MARSH, Lt.-Col. William Lockwood. O.B.E., M.A., L.L.B., F.R.Ae.S., A.F.I.Ae.S., M.S.A.E. Editor, "Aircraft Engineering," 2 Bloomsbury Place, London, W.C.1. Age: 52. R.N.A.S., 1914-18; R.A.F. 1918-19. Sec., Royal Aeronautical Soc., 1920-25. Books: "Aeronautical Prints and Drawings," "The A.B.C. of Flying," etc.

MARSHALL, C. W. M.I.E.E., B.Sc. Tech. and Research Engr., Central Electy. Board, Trafalgar Buildings, 1 Charing Cross, London, S.W.1. Age: 48. Career: Glasgow High Sch.; Glasgow Univ.; Tech. Engr., Electy. Dept., Glasgow Corp., 1913-27; Tech. and Research Engr., C.E.B., 1927 to date. Author of many papers on the "Grid," etc.

MARSHALL, F. G. A.M.I.E.E. "Sparrowpit," Grimsdyke Road, Hatch End, Mddx. In Elect. Section, C.M.E.'s Outdoor Machinery Dept., L.M. & S. Rly. Age: 34. Career: 1914-22, Loretto Sc.; 192227, Manchester Coll. of Tech. and Apprent., L.M.S. Rly.; 1927-34, Asst. Outside Contracts Engr, Siemens Bros.; 1934 onwards, L.M.S. Rly.

MARSHALL, G. W. M.A., A.M. I.Mech.E. Asst. Engr., Metropolitan Water Board, Rosebery Avenue, Clerkenwell, London, E.C.1.

MARSHALL, Herbert Cecil. Captain, late R.A.O.C., A.M.I. Mech.E. Eng. Asst., H.M. Office of Works, Eng. Division, Storey's Gate, London, S.W.1. Career: Ordnance Factories, Woolwich; Design Depts., R. Hoe & Co.; Cal lenders Cable Co.; and Vickers Ltd. Gazetted Lieut.-Inspector of Ordnance Machinery, 3rd Class, in Sept., 1914; promoted Captain, 1918; and I.O.M., 2nd Class, 1919; Served in France and Italy. Appointed Asst. Engr., Elect. and Mech. Section, Works Directorate, Iraq, 1921.

MARSHALL, J. M. A.M.I.E.E., M.I.E.S. 63 Airlie Gardens, Hyndland, Glasgow. Dist. Sub-Station Engr., Corp. Electy. Dept., Glasgow.

MARSLAND, Gilbert Gould. B.Sc. Manchester (Hons.), M.Inst. C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., A.M.T.P.I., Registered Architect. Borough Surveyor and Water Engr. to Cheltenham Town Council; Joint Engr. to Cheltenham and Gloucester Joint Water Board. Municipal Offices, Cheltenham. Private Address: "White Croft," Tivoli Road, Cheltenham. Age: 42. Career: Faculty of Tech., Univ., Manchester; Pupil, Mr. C. S. Righton, F.S.I., Eng. Asst., Bacup; Senior Asst., Huddersfield; Deputy Borough Engr., Wigan; Engr. and Surveyor, Woking.

MARSLAND, John. M.I.Mech.E., A.Inst.W.E. Chief Draughtsman, WorthingtonSimpson Ltd., Newark-on.-Trent Private Address: Cresswell House, London Road, New Balderton, Newark. Career: Battersea Polytechnic; Manchester School of Tech.; Hick, Hargreaves, Bolton; Mather & Platt, Salford.

MARSTON, Major G. S. D.S.O., M.C., M.I.E.E. "Garden Reach," Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. Joint Managing Director, T. G. Statter & Co., Ltd., 82 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Born: 1892. Career: Educ. Cheltenham; trained, The Switchgear Co.; 1912-14; Siemens Bros., Dynamo Works; 1914, Command Field Co., R.E., 3 years; part time as C.R.E. (construction of heavy iron girder bridge, etc.); from 1920, partner with J. G. Statter, M.I.E.E., previously Elect. and Mech. Adviser to C.E., London. Inventor of electrical apparatus and mechanisms.

MARTEL, Colonel G. Le Q. D.S.0., M.C., M.Mech.E. Deputy Director Mechanisation, War Office, Whitehall, London, S.W.1. Private Address: The Brown Cottage, Heatherside, Camberley. Career: Commissioned in R.E., 1909; Great War, 1914-18, served in R.E. and Tank Corps; mentioned in despatches 5 times; passed Staff Coll. and Imperial Defence Coll. since war. Inventor of the box-girder bridge used as army equipment. Books: "In the Wake of the Tank."

MARTIN, A. E. B.Sc., A.M.I. Mech.E. 20 Exchange Square, Glasgow. Partner, Alex. Martin, Gunmaker, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Stirling. Age: 43. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow, 1911-14; Glasgow Univ., 1919; Army, 1914-24; last 3 years as Lecturer in M.T. Sch. for Officers; 1924-28, Mech. and Elect. Plant Engr., John Mowlem & Co., Westminster. Since 1928, partner as above.

MARTIN, Arthur J. M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.W.E., M.Cons.E., F.R.San.I., (Council), F.G.S., Major R.A.M.C. (T.F.). Consulting Engr., 106 St. George's Square, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 108 St. George's Square, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Career: Private practice in water supply, sewerage and sewage disposal since 1904. Reported on Water Supply and Sewage Di p )sal of Chicago and on Sewerage and Sewage Disposal of Guayaquil (Ecuador); during war commanded 2nd London Sanitary Co., R.A.1VI.C. (T.F.). PastPres., Inst.San.E. and Assoc. of Managers of Sewage Disposal Works. Books: "The Sewage Problem, " "The Activated Sludge Process, " "The Work of the Sanitary Engineer."

MARTIN, D. O.B.E., M.I.E.E. 149 Peveril Avenue, Shawlands, Glasgow, S.1. Scottish Dist. Manager for past 30 years, A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd., Hebburn-on-Tyne. Career: Allan Glen's Sch., Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Training, St. Rollox Iron Works and D. & G. Graham, Glasgow; Andrews & Preece, Bradford; Asst. to late Prof. A. Jamieson (Elect. Engr.) R.T.C., Glasgow; Asst. Works Manager, Wm. McGeoch & Co., Ltd., Birmingham; Manager, Elect. Dept., Mechans Ltd., Glasgow; Asst. Works Manager, Ferranti Ltd.; War period, with 5th Scottish Rifles in France and Flanders; late Ministry of Munitions (1914, Star B.W.M. and Victory M), Major. Author of "War History of 5th Scottish Rifles."

MARTIN, Ernest B. Lt.-Col. (retd.) D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E. Private Address: Square House, Little Shelford, Cambs. Formerly City Engr., Salford; Past-Pres. of Inst. of Mun. & Cy.E.

MARTIN, Francis. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.W.E. Private Address: "Oakway," Paddockhall Road, Haywards Heath. Career: 1884-89, Apprent., Central Marine Eng. Co., West Hartlepool; 1889-93, Marine Engr., 1st Cl. B.O.T. Cert.; 1893-1900, Draughtsman, Central Marine Engr. Co.; 1900-06, Chief Asst. Engr., Brighton Corp. Waterworks; 1906-38, Engr. and Manager Mid Sussex Joint Water Board and Cons. Engr. to Cuckfield R.D.C. Now retired.

MARTIN, Frederick Charles. A.M.Inst.C.E., M.J.I.E. Chief Designer, The United Africa Co., Ltd., Unilever House, Blackfriars, London, E.0.4. Private Address: "Elmhurst," 39 Brampton Road, Bexleyheath, Kent. Career: Indentured, J. & E. Hall Ltd., Dartford, Kent. With J. & E. Hall Ltd.; then assisting Mr. F. Hutchison, Cons. Engr. for Messrs. Perin & Marshall; Chief Draughtsman with Lewis A. Smart, Esq., M.Inst. Mech.E., M.I.E.E., Cons. Engr., London; from there to present appointment.

MARTIN, George W. M.I.Mech. E., M.IM.I.H.V.E., M. Cons.E. Consulting Engr., private practice, since 1918, in connection with many large Central Heating and Hot Water Supply Installations and other Mechanical Eng. Works for Hospitals, Public Buildings, etc., etc. Business Address: Town Hall Chambers, Catford, London, S.E.6. Private Address: 24 South Park Court, Beckenham, Kent. Career: Ardwick Sc. and Art School; Manchester Tech. School; Apprent., Madan Ltd., Salford; Asst. Works Manager, Empire Eng. Co., Ltd., Failsworth; Works Manager, Chidlaw Ltd., Manchester; Engr. and Asst. Manager, Atmospheric Steam Heating Co., Ltd., Westminster, S.W.1.

MARTIN, H. M.I.E.E. Supt. Elect. Engr., H.M. Dockyard, Chatham. Age: 55. Career: 8 years, Merchant Venturer's Tech. Coll., Bristol; 3 years Eng. Workshop experience; 6 years L.C.C. Tramways; 3 years Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co.; 2 years Res. Engr., Cape Province; 3 years Explosives Dept., M. of M.; 20 years Admiralty Service at Portsmouth, Admiralty, Hong Kong and Chatham.

MARTIN, H. W. S. M.I.H.V.E., M.M.A.E. Chief Engr. and Director, Matthews & Yates, Ltd., Cyclone Works, Swinton, Manchester. Age: 58. Ed.: Finsbury Tech. Coll.

MARTIN, J. C. O.B.E., M.Inst. C.E. 67 Marryat Road, Wimbledon, S.W.19. With L.P.T.B., 55 Broadway, Westminster, S.W.1. Age: 61. Career: Suffield Park Sch., Cromer; Thorpe Arch Grange, Yorks; 6 years Jnr. Asst. Engr.'s Dept., G.N. Rly., Kings Cross; 3 years Asst. Engr., B.A. and Pacific Rly., Buenos Aires; 4 years Chief Asst. to Engr. of Underground Elect. Rlys. Co., of London, on Construction of Tube Rlys.; 2 years G. H. Hill & Sons, Victoria Street, S.W.1.; 2 years London County Council, Bridges Dept.; 3 years War Service, Major R.E.; 20 years Chief Asst. to Sir Harley H. Dalrymple-Hay in private practice; 3 years with L.P.T.B.

MARTIN, N. B.Sc. (Eng. ), Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E. "Beechfield," Habberley Road, Kidderminster. General Manager, Midland Branch, Baldwins Ltd.

MARTIN, Percy. E.E. at Ohio State Univ., U.S.A. Managing Director, Daimler Co., 1904-30 and Birmingham Small Arms, 1910-33; retired 1933. Private Address: The Spring, Kenilworth.

MARTIN, R. H. M.I.E.E., M.Inst.C.E. "Lovedale," Exmouth, Devon. Chief Engr., South Indian Rly., Retired. Age: 57. Career: Marlborough Coll.; City and Guilds Eng. Coll.; Asst. Engr., Pauling & Co., Contractors. Joined the staff of South Indian Rly. Co. as Asst. Engr. Filled the posts of Resident, District, Deputy Chief and Chief Engr., also of Bridge Engr., Signal Engr., and Deputy Agent. Retired as Chief Engr., South Indian Rly.

MARTIN, R. I. A.M.I.E.E. "Ashdown," 21 Westfield Road, Rugby. Research Engr. (specialist on insulation), British ThomsonHouston Co., Ltd., Rugby. Tech. training, Tech. Coll., Finsbury. Apprent., B.T.H. Co.

MARTIN, W. K. B.Sc. (Eng.) London, A.M.I.Mech.E. 24 Dalmore Road, Carterknowle, Sheffield, 7. Chief Engr., Geo. Bassett & Co., Ltd., Sheffield. Trained with I.C.I. Ltd., Billingham. MARTINDALE, R. R. A.M.I.E.E. Personal Asst. to Engr.-in-Chief, London Power Co., Ergon House, Hqrseferry Road, London, S.W.1. Age: 45. Career: Rutherford Coll. Armstrong Coll.; Training, J. H. Holmes Newcastle, and Wallsend Slipway, Wallsend; Jnr. Eng., Tynemouth Corp. Electy. Dept. and Cleveland and Durham Power Co.; Asst. Engr., London Elect. Supply Corp., Deptford P.S.; Chief Asst. Engr., Battersea P.S. of London Power Co., Ltd.

MARTINEAU, F. Leigh. M.I.A.E. Consulting Engr. Address: Bolt Head Hotel, Salcombe. Career: Mason Sc. Coll. (now Birmingham Univ.); trained, Piercy & Co., Birmingham; 1895-96, Asst. Works Manager, Premier Cycle Co.; 1896-97, Designer, New Beeston Cycle Co., responsible for only British built car (de Dion tricycle) to compete in Emancipation run to Brighton, Nov., 1896; 18901905, Designer and Director, James & Browne, Hammersmith; in 1902, produced from stock parts first car erected and run straight out on road without previous tests. 1905, Managing Director and Designer, Pilgrims Way Motor Co., Farnham. Silver Medallist and Gold Medallist, R.A.C.; 1909 to date, Consulting Engr.

MARTINEZ, G. M.I.E.E., M.I. Mech.E. General Manager and Director, Pirelli-General Cable Works, Ltd., Southampton, Hants. Private Address: Dibden Manor, Hythe, Southampton. Career: In the Royal Italian Navy till 1920; left with the rank of Commander. Graduated at the Univ. of Milan, Italy, in Industrial and Elec. Eng. From 1920 till 1928 Works Manager of Pirelli General Cable Works, Ltd.; from 1928 up to present day, General Manager and Director.

MARWICK, J. A. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.Inst.Gas E. Works Manager, Portsmouth and Gosport Gas Co., Portsmouth, Hants. Age: 31. Career: Pupil, Portsmouth and Gosport Gas Co., 5 years; 3 years as Junior Works Engr., Primitiva Gas Co. of Buenos Aires.

MARYON, Major James F. M.I.Mech.E. Business Address: Gilbert Gilkes and Gordon, Ltd., Regent House, Kingsway, London, W.0.2. Private Address: 78 Pinnacle Hill, Barnehurst, Kent. Career: 40 years experience, civil, mech. and elect. eng., mostly connected with the development of water power, including the design of a number of complete hydro-electric stations in this country and abroad. War service: Aug., 1914 to July, 1920.

MASCALL, A. E. A.M.I.Mech.E. General Manager, William Beardmore & Co., Ltd., Parkhead Steel Works, Glasgow, E.1.

MASON, A. G. L. B.Sc., A.M.E.E. Radio Sales Manager, Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., Oakleigh Road, New Southgate, London, N.11. Private Address: "Bratton Lodge," 289 Green Lanes, Manor House, N.4. Ed.: Univ. of Birmingham, 1919-22.

MASON, A. V. M.I.E.E., M.Inst.T. Chief Engr., Trams and Trolley buses, L.P.T.B., 55 Broadway, London, S.W.1. Age: 64. Career: Sherbourne Sch.; Pupil, Brush Co.; Engr., Kidderminster Tramways Co. and Hartlepool Tramways Co.; General Manager, Devonport Tramways; General Manager, South Met. Elect. Traction and Lighting Co.; Dep. Jt. Manager and Chief Engr., London Suburban Traction Co.

MASON, D. M. A.M. I. E.E. 18 Brickwood Road, Croydon, Surrey. Proprietor, Standard Wholesale Elect. Co., 6 George Street, Croydon. Age: 57. Career: Apprent. to Marine Eng., David Rowan & Co.; appointment with Govan, Glasgow, Northampton, Eccles and Croydon Elect. Depts.; 3 years Representative Metro-Vick.; 3 years Chief Asst. Elect Engr., H.M.V., Hayes.

MASON, Frank. A.M.I.E.E, (Chairman, Sheffield Branch), M.Inst. Met. Managing Director, Stainless Plating Ltd., Chrome Plate Works, Sheffield, 1. Private Address: Ivy Bank, Ashdell Road, Sheffield, 10. Career: Tech. School, Sheffield; Univ. Coll. (now Applied Science Dept.), Sheffield; Manager, Mappin & Webb, Sheffield; Demonstrator and Lecturer in Electric Metallurgy, Sheffield Univ.

MASON, G. H. A.M.I.Mec h.E., M.I.P.E. With Munitions Tech. Planning Estab., Room 181, War Office, Caxton Ho. (W), Tothill Street, London, S.W.1.

MASON, Humphrey Francis. D.S.0., J.P. (Suffolk). A.M.Inst.C.E Managing Director, Masons Portland Cement Co., Ltd., Claydon, nr. Ipswich. Private Address: Northcliffe, Felixstowe. Age: 54. Ed.: Rugby School and King's Coll., London; Training, Ransomes and Rapier, Ipswich, E. R. & F. Turner, Ipswich, and J. & E. Hall, Dartford.

MASON, William D.Sc. (Manchester), M.Inst.0.E, M.I.Mech.E. Emeritus Professor, Univ. of Liverpool. Private Address: 1 North Drive, Wallasey, Cheshire. Career: Several short appointments on public works until 1902; Snr. Demonstrator in Eng., King's Coll., London, 1902; Lecturer, Univ. of Liverpool, 1905; 'Professor of Applied Mechanics, Univ. of Liverpool, 1920-37.

MASSEY, K. F. M.A., A.M. I. Mech.E. Director and Works Manager, B. & S. Massey Ltd., Manchester. Age: 33. Career: Marlborough Coll.; King's Coll., Cambridge; 1927-29, Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd.; since 1929, B. & S. Massey Ltd.

MASSON, Philip Roy. A.M.I. Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E., 1st Class B.0.T. (Motors). Engineer-Representative, Stream Line Filters Ltd., Hele Shaw Works,. Ingate Place, London, S.W.8. Private Address: 173 Walmley Road, Erdington, Birmingham, 24. Age: 43. Career: Eng. Course, Plymouth Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Vickers Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness; about 4 years on design Airship and I.C. marine engines; 4 years at sea; War service, Sub. Lieut. R.N.A.S. and Flt.-Lieut. R.A.F. (pilot). Engr. with Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd. (1924-29.)

MASTERMAN, C. A. M.A., F.I.C., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Gas E., M.S.C.I., M.S.I.E., M.I.H.V.E. Chief Tech. Officer, Gas Light & Coke, Co., Ltd., Watson House, Townmead Road, Fulham, S.W.6. Private Address: 37 Lancaster Road, Wimbledon. Age: 42. Career: Gresham School, and Balliol Coll., Oxford (Exhib. Nat. Science). War service, 1915-19, 1st and 3rd Battn. Hamps. Regt. and F.S.C., R.E. 1922-27, Experimental Station, Porton; 1927 to date, Gas Light and Coke Co., in charge of Research Development, Testing, and training activities, dealing with utilisation of Gas. Various patents on ventilating devices, gas appliances, etc.

MASTERS, George F. M.B.E., M.I.Mech.E. Superintendent, Royal Gun and Carriage Factory, Royal Ordnance Factories, Woolwich, London, S.E.18.

MATE, Reginald Ernest. M.Eng., A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.N.A. Asst. Eng. Manager, Yarrow & Co., Ltd., Glasgow, W.4. Private Address: 35 Falkland Mansions, Glasgow, W.2. Age: 34. Apprent., Cammell Laird & Co., Birkenhead. 1930-32, In charge of Marine Dept., Messrs. Rendel, Palmer and Tritton; 1932-34, Staff Lecturer in Mech. Eng., Liverpool Municipal Central Tech. School.

MATHER, Frank. A.M.I.E.E. Substations and Tech. Engr., Stalybridge, Hyde, Mossley and Dukinfield Transport and Electy. Board. Private Address: 3 Southway, Fairfield, Manchester. Age: 34. Trained, Manchester Coll. of Tech, and Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd.

MATHER, Loris Emerson. M.I. Mech.E. Chairman, Mather and Platt, Ltd., Park Works, Newton Heath, Manchester, 10. Private Address: Myddleton, Roehampton, London, S.W.15. Vice-President, Manchester Eng. Council; Governor, Manchester Grammar School; Member of Court, Manchester Univ.

MATHESON, Edmond J. M. B.Sc. (Eng.) (Lond.), A.M.Inst.C.E., A.C.G.I. Resident Engr., Weymouth Tramway Improvement, Great Western Rly., Paddington, W.2. Private Address: 78 Madeley Road, Ealing, London, W.5. Age: 26. Career: City and Guilds Eng. Coll., 1930-33; Asst. under Agreement to Chief Engr., G.W. Rly., 1933-36.

MATHESON, James Louis M.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Lecturer in Civil Eng., Birmingham Univ. Age: 26. Ed.: Manchester Univ.; Asst. Lecturer in Eng., Manchester Univ.

MATHEWS, D. C. H. A.M.I.E.E. Traction Project and Genl. Engr., Traction Dept., Crompton, Parkinson Ltd., Chelmsford, Essex. Age: 39. Career: St. Olaves Gram. Sch., London Bridge; Battersea Polytechnic (Dipl. and Final C. and G. in Elect. Eng.); trained, B.T.H. and MetroVick; Lieut., R.E. Signals during War.

MATHEWS, E. G. D. A.M.Inst. C.E., A.M.I.E.E. Patent Dept., The British ThomsonHouston Co., Ltd., Crown House, A ldwych, W.0.2. Private Address: 57 Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, N.W.8. Career: Central Tech. Coll., London; Apprent., Sir W. T. Doxford & Sons; Resident Engr., Sir Alex. B. W. Kennedy & Jenkin; Elect. Supervisor, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich; Eng. Manager (at Calcutta) for Tudor Accumulator Co., Ltd.; Manager, De Haviland's Patent Agency, Tokio, Japan.

MATHEWS, H. M. A.M.I.E.E., A.M.E. I. Canada. Engr., Messrs. Merz & McLellan, 32 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Age: 35. Career: Cheltenham Coll., 1917-20; Faraday House, 1921-24; Winnipeg City, Hydro-Elect. system, 1924-26; Merz & McLellan, 1927 to date (Bombay, Montreal and London).

MATHIESON, James Gray. Chairman, W. H. A. Robertson & Co., Ltd., Lynton Works, Bedford. Private Address: 19 Broomhill Road, Woodford Green, Essex. Is also a Director of other companies not directly connected with engineering.

MATHIEU, G. A. V. A.M.I.E.E., F.I.R.E. c/o Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Electra House, Victoria Embankment, W.C.2. Managing Director, Polskie Zaklady Marconi S.A., Poland. Age: 49. Career: Experimental Officer at the S.E.E., Woolwich, 1915-19; personal Asst. to the Marchese G. Marconi, 1919-35; Foreign Honours: Chevalier Ordre Leopold (Belgium); Cay. Ulf. della Corona d 'Italia (Italy); Comm. dell' Ordine di S. Silvestro (Vatican).

MATTHEW, John Caunter. Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Mun. & Cy.E. Borough Surveyor and Water Engr., Kings Lynn.

MATTHEWS, L. J. M.I.E.E. Sales Manager (Meter and Export Depts.), The Elect. Apparatus Co., Ltd., St. Albans, Herts. Private Address: Abbots Road, Abbots Langley, Herts. Career: City and Guilds,. Finsbury Tech. Coll.; B.O.T. Elect. Standards Laboratory; Meter Engr., The Electrical Apparatus Co. Is. on B.S.I. and E.R.A. Committees.

MATTHEWS, Thomas Herbert. A.M.I.E.E. Private Address: 45 St. Mark's. Avenue, Altrincham, Cheshire.

MAUDE, Arnold. A.M.Inst.C.E. Chief Designer of Pumps, W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd., Queen's Works, Bedford. Age: 53. Inventor of various improvements in centrifugal pumps. Member of British Standards Committee on Fan Testing.

MAUNSELL, Guy Anson. M.Inst. C. E., B.Sc., A.O.G.I., F.R.S.A. Consulting Engr., 31 Queen Annes Gate, Westminster. Private Address: Hilden House, Tonbridge. Age: 53. Formerly a Deputy Chief Engr. in Ministry of Transport; Managing Director, Dansk Engelsk Staalkonstr Co.

MAUNSELL, Richard Edward Lloyd. C.B.E., M.A., M.I.Mech.E. Private Address: Northbrooke, Ashford, Kent. Pupilage and early experience: G.S. and W. Rly. of Ireland; Lancs. and Yorks. Rly., East Indian Rly. Subsequently: Works Manager and C.M.E. of G.S. and W. Rly. of Ireland; C.M.E., South-Eastern and Chatham Rly.; C.M.E., Southern Rly. Retired 1937. Club: Constitutional.

MAVOR, John Bridie. M.I.E.E. Past-Chairman, Scottish Centre of I.E.E.; Member of Executive, Inst. of Engrs. and Shipbuilders in Scotland; Governor of Glasgow Academy. Managing Director, Mavor & Coulson, Ltd., Bridgeton, Glasgow, S.E. Private Address: 6 Kirklee Gardens, Glasgow, W.2. Career: Educ.: Glasgow Academy and Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow. Apprent. at St. Rollox Locomotive Works, Drysdales, and with Fairfield E. and S. Co. In the war, reached the rank of Major in the R.E. Appointed Director of Mavor & Coulson, Ltd., 1920.

MAVOR, Sam. J.P., M.E.E., M.I.Min.E., F.R.G.S. Chairman of Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., Glasgow. Private Address: 9 Crown Gardens, Dowanhill, Glasgow, W.2. A pioneer of electric power generation and distribution, of the use of electricity in coal-mines and of machine-mining in Scotland, England, the Dominions and Continental countries.

MAWDSLEY, J. H. St. H. M.I.E.E. Nordons, Br idport, Dorset. Director, Mawdsley's Ltd., Dursley, Glos., and P. A.M. Ltd., Merrow,, Guildford. Age: 67. Career: 1894-1906, Chief Engr., Asst. Manager and Director, Newtons Ltd., Taunton; Managing Director and Chairman, Mawdsley's Ltd., 1907-34.

MAWSON, Hubert. D.Sc. (London), A.R.C.S., A.C.G., D. I.0., Wh. Sch., A.M.I.Mech.E., Assoc.M. Inst.C.E. Senior Lecturer, Mech. Eng., Univ. of Liverpool. Private Address: "Engelbeirg, " 29 Druidsville Road, Calderstones, Liverpool, 18. Career: Hathorn Davey & Co., Ltd., Engrs., Leeds; Inspector of Munition Areas, Liverpool and N. Wales; Invention: Improvements in Rotary Pumps and Fans.

MAWSON, Maurice Bryham. M.Inst.C.E., 1VI.Inst.W.E. Resident Engr., Tiverton Regional Water Scheme, Cullompton, Devon. Private Address: Llanfoist, Abergavenny,, Mon. Age: 62. Career: Marlborough Coll.; Folkstone Higher Tech. Coll.; Elan Valley Waterworks; Singapore Dock Works; Agent for Sir John Aird and Co., and Holloway Bros. (London) Ltd.; Chief Engr., United Engineers Ltd.; Chief Asst., Messrs. Binnie, Deacon and Gourley; etc. Member of both panels under Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Act, 1930; Resident Engr., Scarborough, Swindon, and Glutton Water Supplies.

MAXFIELD, George D., 1st Cl. B.O.T. Cert. A.M.I.Mech.E., 7 Wasdale Road, Liverpool, 9. Supt. of Eng. Workshops, J. Bibby & Sons, Ltd., Mill Offices, Gt. Howard Street, Liverpool. Age: 48. Career: Sunderland Tech. Coll.; Marine Sch., S. Shields; Apprent., Maccoll & Pollock; Marine Engr., R. Ropner & Co., Ltd.; Draughtsman, John Dickinson & Sons, Ltd. and H. & C. Grayson, Ltd.; Chief Draughtsman, Elder Dempster & Co.; Senr. Draughtsman, Harland & Wolff, Ltd. and J. Bibby & Sons Ltd.; Supt of Workshops, for 10 years. Teacher of Eng. and Maths., evening, 8 years.

MAXFIELD, George W. A.M. Inst.E.E Senior Asst. Operation Engr., Central Electy. Board, S.W. England and S. Wales, Grid House, 26 Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol 8. Career: Burnley Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Borough Elect. and Tramways Engr., Burnley; Junior Appointments: Corp. Electy. Depts.: Dundee, Blackburn, Swindon; Senior Appointments: Swindon, Carlisle, Bradford; Central Electricity Board, first as Control Engr., next Day Control Engr., then present appointment.

MAXWELL, Lt.-Col. Kenneth G. O. M.E.E. Manager of Publicity, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Trafford Park, Manchester, 17. Private Address: Lasswade, St. Margaret 's Road, Bowdon, Cheshire.

MAXWELL, R. G. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E., A.M. I.Mech.E. 202 Buxton Road, Disley, Ches. Chief Elect. Engr., Vulcan Boiler and General Insurance Co., Ltd., Manchester. Age: 36. Career: Caterham Sch.; Tech. Educ.: City and Guilds; Apprent., British Thomson Houston Co., Ltd.; Inspector and Section Engr. with Vulcan Co.

MAXWELL, William H. Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. Consulting Waterworks Engr.; Surveyor to Conservators (Tunbridge Wells, etc.). 36 Warwick Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Career: Dep. Engr. and Surveyor, Leyton Corp.; Borough Surveyor and Waterworks Engr., Tunbridge Wells Corp.; Surveyor to Education Committee, Tunbridge Wells; Surveyor to Conservators (Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons) under the T. W. Improvement Act, 1890; Cons. Engr. to Tunbridge Wells Corp. Author of "Water Supply Problems and Developments," "Encyclopaedia of Municipal and Sanitary Engineering" (joint Editor), "British Progress in Municipal Engineering," "Destructors" (Encycl-Britannica), "Town Refuse Disposal and Steam Raising," "Construction of Roads and Streets," and other standard works.

MAY, Frank. Assoc.M.Inst.0.E. Resident Engr., Kent Rivers Catchment Board, 78 College Road, Maidstone, Kent. Private Address: Sundridge, Brockhill Road, Hythe, Kent. Age: 57. Career: Dulwich Coll.; Univ. Coll., London. Swansea Main Drainage Scheme, Asst. Engr. 1927-37.

MAY, Kenneth Lawrence. A.M.E.E. Asst. Distribution Engr., Edmundsons Electy. Corp., Ltd., Thames House, Millbank, S.W.1. Private Address: 77 Lionel Road, Brentford, Mddx. Stroud Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Edwards & Armstrong Ltd. Asst. Engr., Western Electy. Supply Co., Ltd.

MAYALL, John. Freeman of City of London; Life Saving, Galveston. Texas. A.M.I.E.E., M.Sc.C.E. (France), etc. Snr. Engr. Surveyor (Elect), London, Vulcan Boiler and General Insurance Co., Ltd. Business Addresses: 3 Gracechurch Street, E.C.3 and 32 Victoria Street, S.W.1. Private Address: 39 Beechwood Avenue, S. Harrow. Phone: Byron, 1152. Age: 58. Career: Univ. Coll., Louvain; Ardingly Coll., Sussex; St. Georges Coll., Weybridge. Cons. Engr., Holland, Belgium, France; practical experience in California, and out East; Thomson Electric Lamp Co., Manager. Responsible for several inventions in Radio and Television; Pioneer Transmitter Station, G.2.M.Z.

MAYBURY, Sir Henry Percy. G.B.E., K.C.M.G., C.B., M.Inst.C.E. Chartered Civil Engr., Bush House, Aldwych, London, W.C.2. Private Address: 41 Abbey Lodge, Hanover Gate, Regent's Park, London, N.W.8. Member, L.P.T.B.; Member, London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee (Chairman, 1924-33); Director-General of Roads, Min. of Transport, 1919-28; Consulting Engr. and Adviser to the Minister of Transport on Road and Traffic questions, 1928-32; Past-Pres., Inst of Transport; Past-Pres., Inst. of C.E.

MAYER, C. G. A.M.I.E.E. Electrical Engr., Western Electric Co., Ltd., Bush House, W.C.2. Private Address: 50 Neville's Court, N.W.2. Career: 1927, Signal Engr., Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co., Ltd.; 1928, Instructor in Elect. Eng. at City and Guilds; since 1929, with Western Electric Co., Ltd.

MAYER, Vernon. A.M.Inst.E.E. Engineer Surveyor, British Engine, Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co., Ltd. Private Address: 167 Doxey, Stafford. Age: 32. Ed.: Manchester Coll. of Tech.

MAYES, G. N. H. A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Engr., East Anglian Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Finborough Hall, Stowmarket, Suffolk. Age: 31. Career: Berkhamsted Sch.; City and Guilds; Mather & Platt Ltd.; Edmundsons Electy. Corp. Ltd.

MAYNE, A. J. O.B.E., M.I.E.E. Little Barn, Runfold, Farnham, Surrey. Elect. Engr., Aldershot Tattoo. Age: 68. Tettenhall Coll.; Mason Coll., Birmingham; trained G. E. Belliss & Co.; Apprent., Gill & Co., Lewisham; Woking Elect. Supply Co.; New & Mayne Ltd., Woking; Chief E.E. to War Dept., Aldershot Command, 1897-35.

MAYO, Charles Gilbert. M.A. Hons., B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Research Engr.. B.B.C., Nightingale Square, Balham. Private Address: 20 Old Primrose Mansions, S.W.11. Age: 41. Co-inventor of WellingsMayo Compensated current transformer and patentee of some thirty other inventions.

MAYSON, C. M. M.I.E.E. "Greenacre," Bon Accord Swanage, Dorset. Age: 66. St. Bees Sch., Cumb.; Loco Caledonian Rly., Apprent.; Institution, S. Ken.; Elect. Whitehaven Corp., 1896-99; Engr., Charing Cross Elect. Co., 1899-1937. Pres., D. 1933-34. Road, Career: . Dept., Central Engr., Stations Supply E.U.A.,

MEACHER, W. Joint Managing Director, Westminster Eng. Co., Ltd., Victoria Road, Willesden Junction, N.W.10. Career: Faraday House, 1891; Supply Station experience at L.E.S., Deptford Station; on staff, Ferranti's Charterhouse Square. One of the founders of the Westminster Eng. Co. in 1896.

MEAD, Thomas Francis. Mech. Engr., Hal Williams & Co., 43 Bedford Square, W.C.1. Private Address: 29 Victoria Road, Alexandra Park, London, N.22. Career: Schools: Sir George Monoux Grammar School, Walthamstow; Bournemouth Grammar School. Apprent., Henry Pontifex & Sons, London; Plant Dept. of Clayton & Shuttleworth, Lincoln. Specialist in power plant and refrigeration.

MEAD, William Francis. A.M. Inst.C.E., A.M.Mun & Cy.E. Chief Eng. Asst. City Engr. 's Dept. Hull Corp. Private Address: 296 Park Avenue West, Hull. Age: 44 Career: Hull Grammar School and Hull Tech.. Coll.; Articled, Hull City Engr., 1912; has been with the Hull Corp. ever since.

MEARES, John Willoughby. C.I.E. (1922). M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.E. (Ind.). Private Address: 14 Cawley Road, Chichester. Age: 67. Career: Crompton & Co. (Trainee); Univ. Coll., London. Elect. Adviser, Govmt. of India, 1904-22; Chief Engr., Hydro-Electric Survey of India, 1919-22; now retired. Books: "Electrical Engineering Practice, ' ' 3•Vols., 5th Edition; "The Law Relating to Electrical Energy in India & Burma. "5th Edition; "Water Power"

MEDD, Robert T. A. A., A.M.Inst C.E. Managing Director, Small Electric Motors Ltd., Eagle Works, Beckenham. Private Address: The Old Parsonage, Sevenoaks, Kent.

MEDLEY, C. P. A.M.I.Mech.E., F.R.S.A. Proprietor, London Hoist and Mach inery Co., and London Lift Co., 103, Worship Street, London, E.C.2. Age: 61. Career: Birkenhead Sch.; King's Coll., London; Mercantile Marine Eng. experience; Elect. Engr. to Edmundsons Electy. Corp.

MEECH, J. A.M.I.E.E. Managing Director, Meech Electric Drives Ltd., 19/21 Farringdon Street, London, E.0.4. Born: 1882. Career: Manchester Mun. Sch. of Tech.; City and Guilds; with Michael Longridge, Cons. Engr.; Engr., E lectromotors Ltd., designing and carrying out various installations, including many Newspapers and Printing works.

MEEK, J. B. L. M.Inst.C.E. Stratton House, Over Stratton, South Petherton, Somerset. Age: 63. Career: 1894-97, M.S. & L. Rly. Extension to London; 1897-99, Port Talbot Graving Dock; 1899-1905, Gibraltar Harbour Extension; 1905-07 King's Dock, Swansea; 1907-10, Harbour Extension, Singapore; 191013, Buenos Aires Great Southern Rly.; 1913-37, City Engr. to Manchester Corp.

MEEK, Richard Ombler. M.A. (Cantab. ), A.M.Inst.C.E. General Asst., Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Swansea. Private Address: Brantwood Pennard, Parkmill, nr. Swansea. Age: 29. Formerly Asst. under Agreement, Bridge Dept., Messrs. Rendel Palmer & Tritton, 1930-33; Asst., Sewers and Rivers Dept., Birmingham Corp., 1933-35.

MEGAW, E. C. S. B.Sc., Belf (Hons.), A.M.I.E.E. Research Engr., Research Laboratories, G.E.C. Ltd., Wembley, Mddx. Age: 30. Career: Campbell Coll., Belfast; Queen's Univ., Belfast; 1926-28, private research in short wave propogation, etc.; 1928-30, Beit. Sc. Research Fellowship (research on Valves for Short-Wave) City and Guilds; 1929, D.I.C.; 1930 to date, G.E.C.,(transmitting Valves and circuits).

MELDRUM, F. A. A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept., 13 Quay Street, Manchester. Age: 48. Career: Manchester Grammar Sch.; Manchester Coll. of Tech.; City and Guilds (Silver Medallist); service with National Telephone Co. and P.O. Eng. Dept.

MELLANBY, Alexander L. D.Sc., LL.D., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.S. Emeritus Professor of Civil and Mech. Eng., Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow. Private Address: Westwood, Bridge of Weir. Renfrewshire. Career: Barnard Castle School. Apprent., Central Marine Engine Works, West Hartlepool, later as Chief Tech. Asst., Richardsons Westgarth, Hartlepool; attended Armstrong Coll., Newcastleon-Tyne, and McGill Univ., Montreal. Books: "Resistance and Power of Steamships" (with W. H. Atherton); "Machine Design," Part II (with Prof. W. C. Unwin).

MELLONIE, S. R. A.M.I.E.E., A.Am.I.E.E., A.M.C.T. Electrotechnical Asst., City of Salford Electy. Dept., Frederick Road, Salford. Private Address: 6 Amberley Road, Ashton-on-Mersey. Age: 46. Career: Northampton Polytechnic; Manchester Coll. of Tech.; Apprent., Crompton, Chelmsford; Draughtsman or Designer, Reyrolle, Hebburn-onTyne, and B.T.H., Willesden; Head of Instrument Dept., J. H. Holmes & Co., Newcastle; Engr. in Charge of Design, Admiralty; Staff Engr., Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co. Author of "Elements of Switchgear Design, " F. Kesselring (joint translator), etc.

MELLOR, Alexander L. M.I.E.S. (Scotland). Director, Yarrow & Co., Ltd., Scotstoun, Glasgow, W.4. Private Address: Bencreag, St. Andrew's Drive, Glasgow, S.1. Career: R.N. Coll., Greenwich. Apprent., Yarrow & Co.; Chief Draughtsman, and later Principal Draughtsman, Marine Dept., Yarrow & Co.

MELLOR, Ramsden. A.M.I.E.E. "St. Aubin," Brampton Road, Whiteclosegate, Carlisle. Consumers' Engr., City of Carlisle Elect. Undertaking. Age: 34. Career: Grammar Sch. and Tech. Coll., Loughborough; training, Brush Elect. Eng. Co., Ltd.; Asst. Consumers' Engr., Salford Corp. Elect. Dept.; Tech. Officer, Major establishment, L.C.C.

MELVILLE, William. A.M.Inst. C.E., (Bayliss Prizeman), M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., M.Inst.R.A. Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Fleetwood Corp., Town Hall, Fleetwood. Private Address: "Three Arches," Fleetwood Road, Fleetwood. Age: 46. Career: Articled to Arthur Race, Borough Engr., Barrow-in-Furness; Municipal Tech. College, Barrow. Subordinate Officer in Dept. of Civil Engr. -in-Chief, Admiralty H.M. Dockyard, Rosyth 1915-19; Barrow Corp., 1909-15 and 1920-23; Burnley Corp., 1924-27, Special Tech. Asst. Member of Council, Inst. of M. & Cy.E., Vice-Chairman, North Western Dist., 1938-39.

MELVILLE-SMITH, H.Mc L. M.A., A.M. I.Mech.E., M.I.P.E. Colinhurst, Northwood, Mddx. Consulting Engr., Associated Industrial Consultants, Ltd., Bush House, Aldwych, W.C.2. Age: 45. Career: Westminster Sch.; Trinity Coll., Cambridge; training, King's Norton Metal Co.; Gutehofnungshutte, Germany; War, Commission R.E. (T); Assistant Superintendent, National Filling Factory, Abbey Wood, and Govmt. Cartridge Factory, Worcester; King 's Norton Metal Co., Abbey Wood; Works Director and Genl. Manager, Rolls Razor, Ltd.

MELVIN, Robert W. Mc I. B.Sc., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.W.E. Chief Civil Eng. Asst., Bristol Waterworks Co., Telephone Avenue, Bristol, 1. Private Address: 23, Rylestone Grove, Stoke, Bishop, Bristol, 9. Career: Aberdeen Univ.; Warren & Stuart, Civil Engrs., Glasgow. Asst. Engr., Wakefield.

MENSFORTH, Holberry. K.C.B., C.B.E., M.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E. Director, John Brown & Co.; Thos. Firth & J. Brown & Co.; Dalton Collieries; Tredegar Co.; etc.

MENZIES, William Duncan Graham. A.M.Inst.C.E. With The Gas Light and Coke Co. Private Address: 23 St. Stephens Avenue, Ealing, W.13.

MERCER, C. J. O.B.E., M.I.E.E. Hillside, Deepdene Drive, Dorking, Surrey. Formerly Staff Engr. in charge of Telegraph Branch, H.Q. Eng. Dept., G.P.O. (Now retired). Age: 63. Career: Engr., Telegraph Branch G.P.O., 1903-09; Sectional Engr., Inverness P.O. Eng. Dept., 1909-23, and Liverpool, 1923-25; Asst. Staff Engr., Radio Branch, H.Q. Eng. Dept., 1925-31; Staff Engr., Telegraph Branch, 1931-36. Author of various articles in Technical journals, and took part in proceedings of Comite Consultatif International Telegraphique; served as Rapporteur and Rapporteur Principal of various Sub-Committees of the C.C.I.T. and as Head of British Delegation to the Conference at Prague, 1934.

MERCER, I. E. A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E. Dist. Loco. Supt., L.M.S. Rly., Wellingborough. Age: 46. Career: private pupil of Dugald Drummond, L.S.W.R., 1909-11; pupil of C. J. B. Cooke till 1913; Asst. at Crewe Steam Shed, 1914-19, during which period served in Royal Navy; subsequent charges were at Burton, Greenore, and Holyhead; was given charge of Bolton district 1928-34, when promoted to charge of Wellingborough Concentration Area. Author of "The Duties of a Locomotive Fireman, etc.

MERCER, Thomas Stanley. A.M.I.A.E., M.T.S.I.A. Asst. Editor, "The Automobile Engineer," Dorset House, Stamford Street, London, S.E.1. Private Address: The Bungalow, Speer Road, Thames Ditton. Career: Apprent., Gwynnes, Ltd.; D.O., Rudge Whitworth, Coronet Motor Co., Newall Eng. Co., Rolls-Royce, Ltd. (10 years), Air Ministry (war period); present position since 1919

MERRICK, Robert Henry. Engr. Lieut. Commander, S.R., R.N. M.I. Mar.E. Managing Director, R. Merrick & Sons, Ltd., 4-6 Parnell Place, Cork. Private Address: Highfield Avenue West, Cork.

MERTENS, J. T. M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E. (Ind.). Tech. Adviser, The Calcutta Elect. Supply Corp., Ltd., Victoria House, Vernon Place, Bloomsbury Square, W.C.1. Age: 61. Career: Apprent., Crompton & Co., Ltd.; Asst. Engr., Hove Electy. Co., Ltd.; Agent and Chief Engr., The Calcutta Elect. Supply Corp. Ltd., Calcutta, until retirement from India.

MERZ, Charles H. D.Sc. M.I.E.E., M.I. & S.I., M.N.E.C. Inst., F.Am.I.E. Senior Partner, Merz and McLellan, Consulting Engrs., 32 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 14 Melbury Road, Kensington, London, W.14. Specialist in electric power and traction schemes. Member of numerous Govmt. Committees.

MESSENGER, J. H. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E 19 Rydal Avenue, Manchester. Engr., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd., Trafford Park, Manchester. Age: 32. Ed.: Cheltenham Grammar Sch.; Univ. of Bristol.

MESSENT, Jeffrey Sutton. A.M.I.E.E. Director, Electroway Heaters Ltd., Sparrow Hill, Loughborough, Leics. Private Address: 79 Beacon Road, Loughborough, Leics. Age: 52. Career: Finsbury Tech. Coll., and subsequent evening classes at provincial institutions.; numerous appointments with electric supply companies in London; Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Co., Ltd., Siemens Bros. Dynamo Works Ltd., A.E. Co. (Berlin); The Brush Electrical Eng. Co., Ltd. (17 years).

MESSENT, S. W. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E. 12 Roebuck Lane, Buckhurst Hill, Essex. Insulation Engr., The Micanite and Insulators Co., Ltd., Walthamstow, E.17. Age: 42.

MESSER, William. A.C.G.I., D.I.C., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.E.E. Asst. to Managing Director, International Combustion Ltd., Aldwych House, Aldwych, W.C.2. Private Address: The Thatched Cottage, Rowbarns Lane, East Horsley, Surrey. Test Department, B.T.H. Co., Rugby; Hydro-Electric Engr. and Rep. in Australia for Sir W. G. ArmstrongWhitworth & Co.

METCALF, A. W. M.Sc.Tech., A.M.I.E.E. Edwinstowe, Bexley, Kent. Research Engr., Callender's Cable and Construction Co., Ltd. Age: 37. Career: Manchester Grammar Sch.; Manchester Univ.; obtained P.M.G.'s 1st Cl. Wireless Cert., 1919; present position, Engr. i/c Callender's Short Circuit Testing Laboratory.

METCALF, B. L. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.R.T.C., A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I. Mech.E. Chief Engr., Mining Dept., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd., Trafford Park. Age: 37. Career: Oundle Sch.; Glasgow Univ.; Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Apprent.,*Wm. Beardmore & Co., Ltd., Babcock & Willcox Ltd., and Metro-Vick; 5 years in Tokyo Office, M.V.E. Co., before entering Mining Dept.

METCALFE, Richard David. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E. Joint Managing Director, Davies & Metcalfe, Ltd., Injector Works, Romiley, Cheshire. Private Address: The Woodlands, Midway., Poynton, Cheshire. Manufacturer of Injectors and Ejectors of all types, especially the Exhaust Steam Injector, of which he is the Patentee of many improvements.

MEYER, L. W. A.M.I.E.E., F.C.I.P.A. 28 Sundorne Road, Charlton, S.E.7. Chartered Patent Agent, Partner in the firm of Dicker, Pollak, Mercer,. Tench & Meyer, 20-23 Holborn, London, E.C.1.

MICHELL, F. C. M.I.H.V.E. Director, Edw. Deane & Beal Ltd., 3 Monument Street, London, E.C.3. Private Address: High Bank, Downlands Road, Purley, Surrey.

MICHELL, Norman Henry. Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., M.R.S.I. Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Sutton and Cheam Borough Council, High Street, Sutton, Surrey. Private Address: 28 Glebe Road, Cheam, Surrey. Age: 43. Career: Pupil to Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Penzance, Cornwall; Eng. Asst., Birmingham and Southend-on-Sea Corps.; Dep. Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Buxton and Borough of Sutton and Cheam.

MICHOD, Lieut. Col. P. D. O.B.E., M.I.E.E. "Greenhill," Graemes Dyke Road, Berkhamsted, Herts. Age: 65. Late Asst. Signal and Telegraph Engr., L.M.S. Rly.; Commanded Rly. Constr. Co., R.E., 112th Coy. in 'Great War; Commanded Road Troops Depot, R.E.; Commanded Rly. Operating Troops Depot, R.E.; present appointment, A.R.P. Officer, Berkhamsted U.D.C.

MIDDERIGH, I. Wh. Ex., A.N.I. Mech.E., M.I.Loco.E. 41 Hillcote Avenue, Norbury, London, S.W.16. Inspecting Engr., Crown Agents for the Colonies 4 Millbank, London, S.W.1. Age: 44. Career: Apprent., D.O. and general experience, H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth; experiment and design of Paravanes during War; 1919-27, Draughtsman and later Works Manager, Jones & Attwood, Stourbridge; joined Crown Agents, 1927 MIDDLETON, A. A.M. I.E.E. London Sales Manager, Ferranti Ltd., Bush House, London, W.C.2. Chairman, Radio Component Mftrs. Fed., 1938.

MIDDLETON, P. C. A.M.I. Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E. 24 Dale Road, Purley, Surrey. Chairman, Universal Insurance Co', Ltd., Chesham Finance Co., Ltd• Vauxhall Garage Ltd.

MIDDLETON, W. J. D. M.I.N.A., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E., A.M.I. E.E., B.O.T. Extra First Class Cert. Asst. Chief Engr., Municipal Mutual Insurance Co., Ltd., 25/27 Old Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.1. Private Address: 17 Abbotswood Gardens, Ilford, Essex. Age: 43.

MIDFORTH, J. D. A.M.Inst.C.E., A.11/. I.E.E. Transmission Engr. (Head of Dept.), The Metropolitan Elect. Supply Co., Ltd., 16 Stratford Place, London, W.1. Age: 38. Late Tech. Asst., Dundee Corp. Elect. Dept.

MIDGLEY, H. M.Sc., A.M.I.E.E., M.A.I.E.E. H.M. Electrical Inspector of Factories, Home Office Factory Dept., Grosvenor Gdns. Hse., Grosvenor Gdns., S.W.1. Career: 1913-21, Switchgear Eng. Dept., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Trafford Park; 1921-31, Switchgear Eng. Dept., B.T.H. Co., Willesden; 1931, present appointment.

MIDGLEY, H. E. M.A. (Cantab),.E.E., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E Roydon Lodge, Lesney Park Road, Erith. Director, Brush Elect. Eng. Co., Ltd.; Chairman, Dammann Asphalt Co. (Gt. Britain) Ltd.; Vice-Chairman,.Newton Bros. (Derby) Ltd.; Director, Ruths International Accumulators, Ltd. Educ. Wakefield Grammar Sch., and Queens Coll., Cambridge.

MIDWORTH, C. A.M. I.E.E. "Sumia," Ridgway Road, Osterley Park, Mddx. Manager (Remote Control and Indication Dept.), Evershed & Vignoles Ltd., Acton Lane Works, Chiswick, W.4. Age: 52. Career: University Coll. Sch., London; Ongar Grammar Sch.; previous appointments with London Underground Elect. Rlys., and Westinghouse Brake Co.

MILDNER, Raymond Charles. David Hughes Scholar (I.E.E., 1926), Robert Blair Fellow (1932). B.Sc. (Hons.), M.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E., Assoc. A.I.E.E. Engr. i/c Research and Development, Enfield Cable Works, Ltd., Brimsdown,. Enfield Highway, Mddx. Private Address: 102 Mortlake Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey. Career: 192428, Univ. Coll., London; Research Fellow by courtesy at Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore (1933); I.T. & T. Laboratories Inc.; Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd.

MILES, John Stanley A.M.Inst. C.E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., M.R.S.I. Deputy Borough Engr. & Survr., Ealing. Private Address: 55 Delamere Rd., Ealing, W.S. Career: Articled, Borough Engr., Chelmsford; Eng. Asst., Chelmsford and Watford; Chief Eng. Asst., West Hartlepool.

MILES, Richard Albert. M.I. Brit.F., M. Manchester Assoc. of Engrs., 11/. Liverpool Eng. Soc. Dist. Sales Manager, North-West of England for the Stanton Ironworks Co., Ltd., nr. Nottingham. Business Address: Grosvenor Chambers, 16 Deansgate, Manchester, 3. Private Address: 46 Dean Lane, Newton Heath, Manchester, 10. Age: 62. Career: Apprent., R. & J. Dempster Ltd., Manchester, 1890-96; various foundries in and around Manchester, i.e. Craven Bros., Ltd.; Galloways Ltd.; Platt Bros., Ltd.; Worthington-Simpson; Foundry Manager, Wm. Smith & Bro., Ltd., Heywood, 1906-14; Salesman, Adaptabl3 Moulding Machine Co., Birmingham, 1914-17; Foundry Manager, Brooks & Doxey Ltd., Manchester, all 1918; Salesman, Leigh & Sillayan Ltd., Metal Merchants, Manchester, 191922; present appointment since 1923. Past-Pres., Lancashire Branch Inst. of Brit. Foundrymen, 2 years (1922-3-4); Past-Pres., Junior Section (1926-7). Club: Engineers (Manchester).

MILES, Lt. Col. W. G. H. R.M., A.M.I.E.E. 16 E. Heath Road, Hampstead, N.W.3. Senior Signals Officer, Air Ministry (Civil Aviation), Ariel House, Strand. Age: 52. Career: Lancing Coll.; Royal Marines, 190437; Principal Tech. Appointments: Instructor, Portsmouth Signal Sch., 1916-20; Signal Div. Admiralty, 1922-25; O.C. Stonecutters WIT Stn., Hong Kong, 1925-30; Chairman, Wireless Board, 1934-37. Author of "Admiralty Handbook of Wireless Telegraphy," 1920 and 1925 editions.

MILLAR, H. T. B.Sc. (Eng.) Hons., A.H. W. C., A.M.I.E.E. 18 Sedley Taylor Road, Cambridge. Telephone Manager, Cambridge. Age: 34. Career: George Heriot's Sch,; Heriot-Watt Coll., Edinburgh; Apprent., 5 years, Bruce, Peebles & Co., Ltd.; entered P.O. as Asst. Engr.; loaned to Egyptian State Telephones as Chief Designs Engr. for 3 years.

MILLARD, F. John. B.Sc. (E ng. ) Lond., A.C.G. I., A.M. Inst.C.E. Partner in Brian T. Sutcliffe & Millard. Architects and Civil Engrs., 5 Manchester Square, London, W.1. Private Address: 66 Minster Road, W. Hampstead, N.W.2. Age: 32. Career: City and Guilds; Asst. to Oxfordshire County Surveyor and to Oxford City Engr.; Asst. to Chief Engr., Metropolitan Rly.; Chief Engr., Gordon Watson Ltd., Glasgow.

MILLARD, H. J. A.M.I.Mech.E. 61 Farnol Road, Yardley, Birmingham. Asst. Production Engr. with Commercial Vehicle Manufacturers. Age:. 35.

MILLER, Eric J. A.M.Mech.E. Senior Testing Asst., City of Birmingham Electric Supply Dept., Princes Generating Station, Nechells, Birmingham. Private Address: "Doric House, " Coleshill Road, Castle Bromich, Birmingham. Age: 33. Ed.: Birmingham Central Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Bellis & Morcom Ltd.

MILLER, George Leslie. B.Sc. (1st Class Hons.), Ph.D., A.I.C. Chemical Engr., Murex Ltd., Rainham, Essex. Private Address: 9, Wykenham Avenue, Hornchurch, Essex. Career: 6 years Chemist, Harland & Wolff, Ltd.; took B.Sc. by evening class study at Queen's Univ.; 2 years at Municipal Coll. of Tech., Belfast, on research for Ph.D. Books: "Interaction of the Optically Active and Inactive Diphenylsuccinic Anhydrides with Butyl Alcohol and Aniline."

MILLER, H. W. M.I.E.E. Engr. and Director, A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd., Hebburn-on-Tyne. Also Director of J. H. Holmes & Co., C. A. Parsons & Co., and Bushing & Co., Ltd. Training, Faraday House, and E. R. & F. Turner, Ipswich; Birmingham Corp. Tramways; Electric Welding Co.; Guernsey Rly. Co.; B.T.H. Co., Ltd.; Brit. Elect. Transformer Co.; Aircraft Mfg. Co., Ltd.; A. Reyrolle & Co. for past 18 years to date.

MILLER, J. B.E., Ll.D, M.Inst.0.E Pynes, Glengall Road, Woodford Green, Essex. Age: 66. Career: Queens Coll., Belfast; Royal Univ. of Ireland; Lecturer, Central Tech. Coll., South Kensington; Asst. Engr., Pennsylvania Railroad; Chief Engr., G.E.R.; Engr. (N.E. Area), L.N.E.R. Retired 1937.

MILLER, J. G. B.A. (Eng.) Hons. (Oxon), B.Sc. (Mec.E.) Dunelm, A.M.Mech.E "Redcot," 15 Westway, Petts Wood, Kent. Age: 35. Career: Head of Eng. Dept., City Tech. Sch., Oxford, 1926-30; Lecturer at Borough Polytechnic, 1930.

MILLER, J. L. D.Eng., Ph.D., M.I.E.E., M.Am.I.E.E. "Semantha," Meadway, Upton, Ches. Research Engr., Ferranti, Ltd., Holl inwood, Lancs. Age: 36. Career: Liverpool Univ.; training at sea, Liverpool Corp. Elect. Dept., and Metro-Vick.; General Engr. and Motor Designer, Metro-Vick.; 1928, Ferranti Ltd., for research work on highvoltage matters, transformers, lightning protection, etc. Awarded Paris Exh. prem. and S. de Ferranti prem., I.E.E.

MILLER, Leonard Challinor. Major D.S.O. B.Sc. (Eng.), Assoc. M. Inst.0 E. Works Manager, Merryweather & Sons, Ltd., Greenwich Road, S.E.10. Private Address: 8 St. Austell Road, S.E.13. Age: 49. Career: Univ. Coll., London; Apprent., Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.; Asst.. Works Manager, Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.

MILLER, Thomas. Extra-First Class Engr. B.O.T., M.I. Mar.E. Senior Surveyor at Plymouth, Lloyds Register of Shipping, Prudential Buildings, George Street, Plymouth. Private Address: Valmaseda, Gt. Churchway, Plymstock, S. Devon. Career: Apprent., Caird & Co., Greenock; Glasgow & Greenock Tech. Coll.; John Brown & Co., Clydebank, Drawing Office, 1903-05 and 1909-11; at sea 1905-09; appointed to Lloyds, 1911; Co-ordinating Officer to Director of Auxiliary Vessels of the Navy, latter part of War; Surveyor at Bilbao, Spain, and later at Cadiz for South and North West Spain.

MILLER, T. L. O.B.E., M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E. "Danehurst," Prenton Lane, Prenton, Birkenhead. Age: 78. Career: Liverpool Sch. of Sc.; Univ. Coll., Liverpool; Apprent., Fawcett, Preston & Co.; 1875-90, Chief Asst. to Prof. Hele Shaw, F.R.S., Univ. Coll., Liverpool; 1890-1938, private practice as Consulting Engr. Works include, Bootle Lighting and Tramways; Hoylake, Swinton, Barnsley, Pendleton, Atherton, Dundalk and other Elect. Undertakings; Design and Construction of large sugar refinery in China, with elect. supply system to adjacent dockyard (L.850,000), etc., etc. During War, Sec. and then General Manager and Sec., Liverpool Munitions Committee. Pres., Liverpool Polytechnic, 1892; Pres., Liverpool Eng. Soc., 1902-03; Chairman, Manchester Section, I.E.E., 1906. Derby Gold Medallist, Liverpool Eng. Soc., 1900.

MILLER, William Henry. A.M.E.E. Chief Draughtsman, Contract Drawing Office, Ferguson, Pailin Ltd., Manchester, 11. Private Address: 9 White Moss Avenue, Manchester, 21. Age: 38. Career: Salford Tech. Coll.; Manchester Coll. of Tech.; 1914-17, Switchgear D.O., Ferguson Pailin Ltd.; 1918-19, R.A.F. Flying Officer, Active Service, France; 1919-21, Switchgear D.O. Ferguson Pailin Ltd.; 1921, Experience as substation attendant, Salford Corp.; 1921-23, Section Leader, Switchgear D.O., Ferguson Pailin Ltd.; 1923, Chief Draughtsman, Park Royal Eng. Co., Ltd., London; 1923-30, Asst. Chief Draughtsman, Switchgear D.O. Ferguson Pailin, Ltd.; 1930, present appointment.

MILLICAN, C. G. M.Inst.C.E. County Surveyor, Derbyshire C.C., Council Offices, Derby.

MILLIGAN, J. W. C. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E., M.Amer.I.E.E. Asst. to General Manager, The English Elect. Co., Ltd., Stafford.

MILLINGTON, W. E. W. Wh. Ex., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E. Consulting Engr., 28 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 33 Lansdowne Road, Bedford.

MILLNS, P. M.A.M.I.E.E. 20 Eastwood Road, Goodmayes, Ilford, Essex. Proprietor, Millns Elect. Co., 17 Whitefriars Street, London, E.C.4. Educ. at East London Coll. (now Queen Mary Coll.).

MILLS, Lt.-Col. Frank. D.S.0., D. L., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., F.R.G.S., F.R.Z.S. Private Address: Rhiwlas, Pentraeth, Anglesey, North Wales. Career: Articled to Sir Douglas Fox and Sir Francis Fox, and on their staff. Served 20 years in Malay Govmt. service. Served in Mounted Infantry, and Captain, M.S.V. Rifles; retired on Pension, 1914, and transferred to Home Army on outbreak of Great War; commanded 6th Battn. R.W.F. in Great War; D.S.O., three medals; twice mentioned in despatches; member Territorial Army Association (Anglesey).

MILLS, Sir Frederick. Bart., M.P. Private Address: 15 Cowley Street, Westminster, London. Career: Served apprent. as Marine Engr. at Palmers ', arrow, 1881-86; started Stockton Malleable Steelworks, 1888; was for 3 years at Wishaw, and in 1899 became General Manager at Ebbw Vale; Chairman and Managing Director from 1919 till 1929. Elected to Parliament, 1931.

MILLS, G. C. M. J.I.E., M.I.H.V.E. Managing Director, Craig & Mills Ltd., Heating, Ventilating and Domestic Engrs., 551 Wilbraham Road, Manchester, 21. Private Address: 12 Gildridge Road, Alexandra Park, Manchester, 16. Career: Apprent., The Central Heating Co., Ltd., London and Leeds, 1910; Asst. Manager, The Central Heating Co., Ltd., Leeds, 1919; Manager, Manchester Office, Broadhirst Craig & Ching, Ltd., 1923; founded Craig & Mills Ltd., 1926.

MILLSPAUGH, William Hulse. M.A.S.M.E., M.S.Am.M.E., M.A.O. Assoc., M. Tech. Assoc. Pulp & Paper Industry (U.S.A.), Gold Medallist, M.I.Mech.E., M.Tech.Assoc. of G.B. and Ireland. Chairman, Millspaugh, Ltd., Vulcan Road, Sheffield. Private Address: 92 Tapton Crescent Road, Sheffield. Developed Centrifugal Casting; invented and developed Suction Rolls and Vacuum-Forming Paper-Making Machines.

MILNE, A. R. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M. I.E.E. Asst. Engr., Elect. Dept., National Boiler and General Insurance Co., Ltd., St. Mary's Parsonage, Manchester. Age: 34. Career: Robert Gordon's Coll., Aberdeen; Training, John M. Henderson & Co., Ltd., Aberdeen and The Harland Eng. Co., Ltd., Alloa; joined the National Boiler Co. as Inspecting Engr. in 1928, having taken External Degree at London Univ. in 1927.

MILNE, Sir James. K.C.V.O.,. C.S.I., B.Sc., A.M.Inst.C.E. General Manager, Great Western. Rly., Paddington, London, W.2. Private Address: Dildawn, Woldingham, Surrey. Chairman of Carter Paterson & Co., Ltd., and Director of various other road transport undertakings; 1919-21, Director of Statistics, Ministry of Transport; member of important Govmt. Committees.

MILNE, Percy William. A.M.I.E.E., M.Inst.B.E. Chief Engr., The Triplex Safety Glass Co., Ltd., Triplex Works, Kings Norton, Birmingham. Private Address: A6 Kenilworth Court,. Edgbaston. Career: Glasgow and West of Scotland Tech. Coll.; Barr and Stroud Ltd., Glasgow; Evershed and Vignoles Ltd.; Superintending Engr., on H.M.S. Ships; Engr.-in-Charge of installation and development work with Ratcliffs Ltd., Great Bridge, S. Staffs.

MILNER, James Dalton. M.B.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Private Address: 76 Carden Place, Aberdeen. Career: Articled to A. E. White, Esq., M.Inst.C.E., City Engr., Hull, 1898-1902; Eng. Asst., Hull Corp., 1902-10; Dist. Engr., P.W.D., Uganda, 1910-14; Executive Engr., P.W.D. Uganda, 1914-20; Asst. Director of P.W., Nyasaland, 1920-31; now retired.

MILNER, William Stanley. M.Eng. (Sheffield), Dipl.-Ing. E.T.H. (ZUrich), A.M.I.E.E. Lecturer in Electrical Eng., Dept. of Applied Science, The University, St. George's Square, Sheffield, 1. Private Address: "Fairholme," Clifton Crescent South, Rotherham. Age: 30. Career: Univ. of Sheffield, 192427; Federal Coll. of Tech., Zbrich, Switzerland, 1927-29; G.E.C. Co., Ltd., Witton, 1929-31. (apprentice); Tech. Asst., Mercury Arc Rectifier Dept., G.E.C., Witton.

MILNES, A. H. B.A., A.M.I. Mech.E., A.T.I., F.R.Econ.S. General Manager, Cook & Co., Ltd., 1.8 Exchange Street, Manchester. Age: 44. Career: Elstow Sch.; Univ. of Ghent, London and Belfast; Apprent., Fairbairn, Lawson, Combe, Barbour Ltd., Leeds; Royal Engineers during the War.

MILNES, Major George Clement M.C., M.I.E.E., A.M.I.Mech.E. Chief Electrical Engr., City of Lancaster, North Road, Lancaster. Private Address: Beaumont Hall, Lancaster. Age: 54.

MINCHIN, C. W. H. A.M.I.E.E., Assoc.A.I.E.E. A.C. Designer, Mawdsleys Ltd., Zone Works, Dursley, Glos. Private Address: "Walden," Dursley, Glos. Ed.: Univ. Coll., Southampton; B.T.H., Tester's Course.

MINSHULL, O. W. B.Sc., A.M.E.E. 116 Middleton Hall Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham, 30. Tech. Sales Engr., British Insulated Cables Ltd. Age: 34. Career: Tettenhall Coll., Staffs; Birmingham Univ.; Contract Dept. Engr., B.I. Cables, transferred to Tech. Sales Engr.'s Dept., 1932.

MINTER, Commander John H. C. R.N. A.M.I.E.E. Officer-in-Charge, R.N. Signal School, Devonport. Career: Bedford School; R.N. Colleges, Osborne and Dartmouth; H.M. Signal School, Portsmouth; R.N. Coll., Greenwich. 1927, Fleet Wireless Officer, Mediterranean; 1932, Portsmouth Signal School (Experimental Dept.).

MIRK, D. B. B.Sc., M.I.E.E., M.I.R.E. Consulting Engr. and Partner, Messrs. Urwick Orr and Partners, 7 Park Lane, London, W.1. Career: Edinburgh Univ.; Marconi Wireless Tel. Co., Ltd., Chief Radio Engr. and later Radio Manager, Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.

MITCHELL, Alexander C. T.D., M.Inst.C.E., M.Cons.E. Consulting Engr., Royal Exchange, Middlesbrough. Private Address: The Pines, Marton-in-Cleveland, Middlesbrough. Career: Articled late Anthony George Lyster, Engr. -inChief to the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, a Past-Pres. Inst. C.E., 190314, engaged as Resident or Asst. Resident Engr. on works of dock construction at Liverpool and Birkenhead, and as Resident Engr. on the training banks of the River Mersey; 1914, mobilised as Captain with the R.E. (T.F.); 1916, promoted to substantive rank of Major; 1918, attached to the 226th Field Company, R.E., 2nd Division, B.E.F., and later appointed to command the 77th Field Company R.E., 17th Division, B.E.F.; 1919-23, Supt. and Resident Engr. of the Birkenhead Dock Estate and of the new River Entrances and other dock construction works in Birkenhead; 1923-37, in private practice as Consulting Engr., advising and carrying out schemes of Docks, Harbours, Wharves, River and Sea Defence works, etc.

MITCHELL, C. C. B.Sc., M.I. Mech.E., A.F.R.Ae.S. 26 Clermiston Road, Corstorphine, Edinburgh, 12. Tech. Director, McTaggart, Scott & Co., Ltd., Station Ironworks, Loanhead, Midlothian.

MITCHELL, Christopher Gibbs. O.B.E., A.C.G.I., B.Sc., M.Inst.C.E. Divisional Road Engr., Midland Division, -Roads Dept., Ministry of Transport, Lombard House, Great Charles Street, Birmingham.

MITCHELL, Sir George Arthur. Kt., J.P., D.L., M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.E., M.I.Min.E. Coalmaster. Director, Midland Bank, Clydesdale Bank; Chairman, Lochgelly Iron & Coal Co., Ltd., Kinnell Cannel and Coking Coal Co., Ltd., Plean Colliery Co., Ltd., Robert Forrester & Co., Ltd., the Flemington Coal Co., Ltd., and Glasgow Shipowners' Co., Ltd. Business Address: 4 W. Regent Street, Glasgow. Private Addresses: 9 Lowther Terrace, Glasgow, W.2., and Park of Drumquhassle, Drymen, Stirlingshire. Pres., Mining Inst. of Scotland, 1894-98, Federated Inst. of Mining Engrs., 1895-96, Lanarkshire Coalmasters' Assoc., 1901-08, and Mining Assoc. of G.B., 1906-07; Vice-Pres., Inst. of Engrs. and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 1919-22; Member of Standing Committee of Iron and Steel Manufacturers for many years; Deacon of Incorporation of Hammermen in Glasgow, 1922-23; Pres., Glasgow Chamber of Com., 1923-25, Assoc. of British Chambers of Corn., 1928-29, and Royal Philosophical Soc. of Glasgow, 1928-31; Dean of Guild of Glasgow, 1932-34; Member of Scottish Committee on Iron and Steel Production under M. of M., during the war; Member of the Board of Trade Advisory Committee, 1928-30; British Delegate to Economic Consultative Committee at Geneva, 1929, to International Statistical Convention at Geneva, 1928; Chairman of Committee on Obsolete Tonnage, 1931; Member of 1930 Census of Production Committee. Also Director, James Dougall & Sons, Ltd.; Member, Clyde Nay. Trust; Govr., Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow.

MITCHELL, G. W. A.M.I.E.E. 26 Anlaby Park Road, Anlaby Park, Hull. Deputy Distribution Engr., Hull Corp. Electy. Dept. Age: 40.

MITCHELL, George Porteous. M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Gas E. Managing Director, Worcester New Gas Light Co., also Worcestershire Gas Appliances, 12 St. Nicholas, Street, Worcester. Private Address: Dunmottar, Northwick Close, Worcester. Career: George Watson's Coll., Edinburgh; Heriot-Watt Coll.; Glasgow and Dundee Tech. Colls.; 1904-09, Apprent., Bertrams Ltd.; 1909-10, Barrowfield Ironworks Ltd.; 1910-12, Chief Asst., Alloa Gas and Elect. Depts.; 1912-14, Chief Asst., Gas Dept., Dundee Corp.; 1914-18, Engr. and Manager, Gas Dept., Port Glasgow; 1918-19, Engr. and Mgr., Gas Dept., Falkirk; 1919-33, Engr. and Gen. Mgr., Gas Dept., Blackburn C.B.

MITCHELL, G. W. B. B.A., A.M.I.E.E. Tech. Engr., Messrs. Merz & McLellan, Carliol House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1. Private Address: 55 Linden Road, Gosforth, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 3. Career: Oundle School; Cambridge Univ.; Elect. Engr. with State Electy. Commission of Victoria, Australia.

MITCHELL, Henry Lloyd. A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Mains Engr., Huddersfield Corp. Electric Supply, Market Street, Huddersfield. Private Address: Thirteen Balmoral Avenue, Beaumont Park, Huddersfield. Age: 35. Career: Apprent., Borough Elec. Eng., Huddersfield; Tech. Coll., Huddersfield; Jnr. Traction Engr,, Huddersfield Tramways Power Stn.; Asst. Charge Engr., H.C.E. Supply.

MITCHELL, James. A.M.I.Mech.E. Consulting Engr,, Mitchell Bros., Myrtle Road Works, Brentwood, Essex. Private Address: Doddinghurst, Brentwood, Essex. Age: 57. Career: Brentwood School; Apprent., Peter Brotherhood; 2 years B.T.H., Rugby; 2 years Henry F. Joel, Finsbury; 7 years Wilson Hartnell & Co., Leeds; 23 years Mitchell Bros., Lead Working Engineer.

MITCHELL, James Boon. A.M.I. Mech.E., A.M.I.A.E., F.I.M.T., F.Inst.Arb. Consulting Engr., 185 Knightsbridge, London, S.W.7. Private Address: 183 Knightsbridge, S.W.7, and 28 Canterbury Road, Margate. Age: 62. Career: Dollar Academy; pupil, Mr. John Gwynne, Hammersmith Ironworks; King's Coll., and Polytechnic, London. Manufacturer, General Engineer's Fittings, 1896-1903; built and equipped first motor garage in London, manufactured Spares for foreign cars during early days of motoring; Officer in Charge of Inspection, Air Ministry; Director, Guichard Patents, Ltd. Late Adviser and Arbitrator to Automobile Repairers' Guarantee Fund. Compiler of "Motor Roads to London."

MITCHELL, J. E. B.Sc.Tech., A.M.C.T., A.M. I.E.E. "Ballochyle," Carlton Road, Leyland, Lancs. Senior Operation, Maintenance and Construction Engr., Lancashire Elect. Power Co., National Buildings, Manchester, 3. Age: 31. Career: Wintringham Sch., Grimsby; Manchester Coll. of Tech.; 1929-38, progressive posts with Lancs. Elect. Power Co.

MITCHELL, John Henry. B.Sc., Ph.D., F.Inst.P., A.M.I.E.E. Scientific Officer, Air Ministry Research Dept., Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough. Private Address: Broughton House, Farnborough Road, Farnborough, Hants. Age: 30. Career: Bristol Univ.; Research Eng., B.T. -H. Co.

MITCHELL, John H. B.Sc. (Eng.) A.C.G.I., D.I.C., A.M.I.E.E. Electrical Engr., British Broadcasting Corp. Private Address: 29 Kirkstall Road, Streatham Hill, London, S.W.2. Age: 31. Training: H.M. Dockyard, Devonport; Imperial Coll. of Science; City and Guilds. Club: B.B.C.

MITCHELL, Joseph. B.Sc. (Ed in. ), A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.W.E. 48 Polwarth Gardens, Edinburgh. Asst. Civil Engr., Edinburgh Corp. Water Dept., 29 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh. Age: 35. Edinburgh Univ.; Heriot-Watt Coll.; Apprent., Tech. Asst., now 2nd Asst. to Chief Engr., Edinburgh.

MITCHELL, Lancelot Arthur. M.I.Chem.E., A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I. Struct.E., Member of the Soc. of Chemical Industry. Managing Director, L. A. Mitchell Ltd., Chemical, Consulting and Drying Engrs., 37 Peter Street, Manchester. Club: Junior Carlton.

MITCHELL, Lawrence Bertram. A.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. Eng. Asst., County Surveyor's Dept., Hants C.C. Private Address: 9 Clifton Terrace, Winchester, Hants.

MITCHELL, R. J. M.I.Mech.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.P.E. Production Engr., Yorkshire Copper Works, Ltd., Leeds. Age: 54. Career: Leeds High Sch.; Leeds Univ.; Birmingham Tech. Coll.; Royal Coll. of Sc.; Asst to late J. Franklin-Adams, F.R.A.S. in preparation of Astrographic Chart, 1906-11; Edison Accumulators, Ltd. and Electricars, Ltd. in various positions; Chief Engr., 1912-23; Works Manager, No. 1 National Shell Filling Factory, Yorks, during War; Tech. Manager, Ransome & Marles Bearing Co. Ltd., 1923-25; Development Engr., Frigidaire Ltd., 1926-28; Commercial Manager, Austinlite, Ltd., 1928-29; Chief Asst., Planning Division, Gramophone Co., Ltd., Hayes, 1930; 1931, present position. Inventions in fields of refrigeration, ball bearings, etc.; automatic shellfuzing machine.

MITCHELL, William Charles. F.C.G.I., B.Sc. (Lond.), M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Pet. Director and General Manager, National Oil Refineries Ltd. (AngloIranian Oil Co., Ltd. ), Britannic House, Llandarcy, Neath, Glam. Private Address: Rhyddings, Langland Bay, Swansea. Age: 48. Career: City and Guilds Central Tech. Coll.; Chief Experimental Officer, R.A.F.; General Manager, May, Harden & May Ltd. (Aircraft); General Works Manager, Armstrongs and Main Ltd. (Afterwards Armstrong Construction Co.), Structural, Bridge and General Engrs.; Chief Engr., Anglo-Persian Oil Co., Ltd. (afterwards AngloIranian Oil Co., Ltd.).

MITTELL, H. L. A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.A.E., Grad. Inst.T. 17 Links Place, Musselburgh, Midlothian. Asst. Engr. and Chief Draughtsman, Edinburgh Transport Dept., 2 St. James Square, Edinburgh. Age: 37. Career: Leven Public Sch.; L.C.C. Secondary Sch.; L.C.C. Sch. of Eng., Poplar; Heriot Watt Coll., Edinburgh; Apprent., Bruntons, Ltd., Musselburgh; Draughtsman, Edinburgh Corp. Transport Dept., then present post. Silver Medallist, Mun. Tramways and Trans. Assoc.

MITTON, Henry Eustace. M.Inst. C.E., F.S.I., Gold Medallist, I.Min.E. Director and Chief Mining Consultant, The Butterley Co., Derby and The Hardwick Colliery Co., Ltd., Chesterfield. Private Address: The Mantles, Blyth, Worksop, Notts. Member of Council, Mining Assoc. of G.B., and Member. of many associated committees; Chairman, Nottingham Mining Univ. Advisory Committee, Nottingham Dist. Welfare Committee, etc.; Past-Pres. and Gold Medallist, Inst. of Mining Engrs.; Mineral Referee for all England, 1911-13. Introduced into England the Rheolaveur system of coal-washing. Author of Treatise on Rheolaveur coalwashing system.

MOBERLY, Charles Noel. C.I.E., V.D., M.Inst.C.E Director, Mason's Portland Cement Co., Ltd „ Claydon, nr. Ipswich, Suffolk. Private Address: The Priory, Felixstowe. Age: 58. Career: Yorkshire Coll., Leeds; Pupil, Brush Elect. Eng. Co., Ltd.; 1905-35, with Bombay Elect. Supply and Tramways Co., Ltd.; Gen. Manager, 1922-35.

MOFFATT, Joseph Walton. A.M.I.E.E. Asst. Mech. Engr., London Fire Brigade, Albert Embankment, London, S.E.1. Private Address: 7 Bramerton Road, Beckenham, Kent. Age: 34. Career: School of Eng. and Navigation, E.14; City and Guilds; Imperial Coll. of Sc. and Tech.; 4 years in Telephone Dept., Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.

MOINET, Francis A. A.M.I.E.E. "Highfields," Newnham Road, Binstead, I.O.W. Asst. Mains Engr., Isle of Wight Elect. Light and Power Co., Ltd., 14 Union Street, Ryde, I.O.W. Age: 32. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Regent St. Polytechnic; Jnr. Mains Asst., Twickenham and Teddington Elect. Supply Co.; Asst. Engr., Dorking Elect. Supply Co.

MOIR, Sir Arrol. Bt., B.A. (Cantab.), (Hons., War Degree), A.M.Inst.C.E. Director, Poles, Ltd., 10 Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W.1. Private Address: Little Court, St. Peter's-inThanet, Kent. Career: R.E. Branch of Army during war; 5 years with Pearson and Dorman Long, Ltd.; Director of Sir Ernest William Moir & Co.; Director of Poles, Ltd.; Member of Council of Inst. of Patentees.

MOIR, A. T. K. A.M.I.E.E. F.Inst.E. 46 Wisteria Road, Lewisham, S.E.13. Radiologist.

MOLD, L. E. O.B.E., M.I.E.E. Director, Messrs. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd., Hebburn-on-Tyne.

MOLESWORTH, Henry B. M.Inst.C.E. Private Address: Mill House, Limpsfield Chart, Surrey. Career: Royal Navy; Indian P.W.; Dist. Engr., Bengal Central Rly.; Acting Chief Engr., Nizam Guaranteed State Rly.; Manager, Heenan and Froude; Consulting Engr. (London). Now retired. Book: "Ancient Lights."

MOLESWORTH, W. H. Civil Engr. (retired). Address Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead. Formerly in Partnership with Sir Guilford Molesworth and H. B. Molesworth, Civil Engrs. Books: "Spon's Electrical Pocket Book and Metric Tables, " etc.

MOLLE, G. W. B.Sc. (Eng.) Lond., A.M.I.E.E. Mech. and Electrical Engr., Air Ministry. Private Address: c/o Lloyds Bank, G2, 6 Pall Mall, S.W.1. Age: 41. Career: City and Guilds; Asst. Elect. Engr., Madras and Southern Mahratta Rly., 1921-24; Partner, A. Hugh Seabrook and Partners, Consulting Engrs., 1925-34. Formerly Hon. Sec., Overhead Lines Assoc., (1930-33).

MOLLER, Oscar Percy. A.M.I.E.E., A.Inst.P.I. 31 Glendale Avenue, Edgware, Mddx. Concerned with Design, Construction and Inventions.

MOLLER, W. Appleby. M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Min.E., M.Amer.I.Min.E. Private Address: Hollington, Kimlolton Road, Bedford. Career: Articled, George Fowler, M.Inst.C.E., Mining Engr., Notts. and Warwickshire in 1889-93; S. Dakota, U.S.A., 1893-95; China Surveying and Construction, 1895-98; Mining Engr., Chinese Eastern Rly., 1898-1904; Mining Engr., Imperial Rlys., North China and Board of Communications, 1905-19; Mining Engr., Pei Piao Coal Mining Co., 1919-30. , MOLLOY, Edward. King's Prizeman in Applied Mechanics. Editor of "The Electrical Engineer," (George Newnes, Ltd.), Tower House, Southampton Street, Strand, W.C.2. Private Address: 150 Brighton Road, Purley. Career: Royal Tech. Coll., Salford, 1908-11; the Lea Recorder Co., Ltd., Manchester, 1911-13; Editorial Staff, "Electrical Engineering," 1913 to Aug., 1914; war service, 1914-16, 2nd/6th Batt., Manchester E e Regt.; Asst. Examiner, Inventions Dept., Ministry of Munitions, 1916-19; Technical Editor, Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd., 1920-28. General Editor of "Practical Electrical Engineering" (5 vols.) and many other standard technical works.

MONAGHAN, T. J. B.Sc. (Eng.), M.I.E.E., M.I.C.E.I. Leitrim House, The Castle, Dublin. Engr.-in-Chief, Dept. of Posts and Telegraphs, Dublin.

MONCKTON, Frederick Hardy. Captain R.E. R.A.R.O., B.A. (Eng. Hons. Cantab)., A.M.Inst.C.E. Garrison Engr. (Civilian), Shrivenham (large Barracks, Roads, etc.). Private Address: c/o Beckett, Shrivenham, nr. Swindon. Age: 45. Career: Cambridge Univ.; training, Stothert & Pitt; Mil. Eng. Course, S.M.E., Chatham; Montreuil Trig. Survey Course; 1914-19, from Lt. to Capt., R.E., France (2i years front line); 1919-20, Asst. Reptve. to A. A. Scott, F.R.I.B.A., Rugby; 1920-22, Surveyor, Anglo Saxon Oil Co., Red Sea; 1923-30, Asst. and Exec. Engr., P.W.D., Malay States; 1934, Engr. and' Surveyor to Messrs. Browning, Leicester, on Stewart & Lloyds work at Corby; 1935, Surveyor for contour map of Dudley Castle Grounds for Dudley Zoo; 1935-37, Res. Engr. to Mun. Engr., Basingstoke; present appointment, 1937.

MONCUR, George. B.Sc., M.Inst. C.E., M.I.E.S. Private Address: Marlee, Seamill, West Kilbride, Ayrshire. Career: Pupil of the late Robert Blacadder, 1892-97, new railway construction, Caledonian Rly., on staff of Chief Engr.; 1897-1900, Permanent Way, Wharves and Piers, Caledonian Rly.; 1900-05, Great North of Scotland Rly. (steel construction for bridges, stations, locomotives, shops, etc.); 1905-33, Lecturer on Civil Eng., Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; retired as Emeritus Professor. Editor of the Glasgow series of textbooks on Civil Engineering.

MONEY, Robert Jarratt. M.Inst. C.E., F.R.G.S. Private Address: North Cave, Pembroke Road, Woking. Age: 76. Career: Crystal Palace Eng. Sch.; Articled to Sir Wm. Shelford, K.C.M.G.; engaged on Rly. Survey and Construction in England, Asia Minor, Canada, Central Africa, China, Colombia, Cyprus, Russia, Samos, Sicily, Turkey, Venezuela; General Manager, Palermo, Corleone Rly. in Sicily; Chief Agent and Chief Engr. in China for S. Pearson & Son, Ltd., on Pekin Syndicate Rly; and in Colombia, S. America on Dorada Rly. Extension; Consulting Engr. in Constantinople and London to National Bank of Turkey.

MONK, S. Gordon. M.Sc. (Eng.), B.Sc., M.J.I.E., A.M. Inst. Pat., etc. Head of Elect. Eng. Dept., Plymouth and Devonport Tech. Coll., Devonport. Private Address: "Faraday," Little Ash Park, St. Budeaux, Plymouth. Age: 49. Ed.: Univ. Coll. Books: "Classified Examples in Electrical Engineering" Vol. I D.C. Vol. II A.C. (Pitman); "Electrical Transformer Theory" (Pitmans).

MONKHOUSE, Allan. M.I.E.E., A.M. I.Mech.E., M. Amer. I.E.E. Managing Director, Electro-Horticultural Equipment Co., Ltd., Harpenden, Herts. Private Address: Delgarth, Harpenden, Herts. Age: 50. Career: Municipal Coll. of Tech., Manchester, 1904-07; Apprent., Dick Kerr & Co., Ltd., Preston, 1907-11; Served in Russia, 1911-18; Capt. R.E., 1919; Research Engr., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect Co., Ltd., 191924; Manager in U.S.S.R. for M.V.E. Co., Ltd., 1924-33; formed Electro Horticultural Equipment Co., Ltd., in 1937. Author of "Electrical Insulating Materials," "Moscow, 19111933. " Student Premium I.E.E., 1910; Kelvin Premium, 1924; Paris Premium, 1936.

MONKHOUSE, Edward W. M.V.O., M.A., M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Mech.E., M.I.E.E., M.Cons.E. Partner, Burstall and Monkhouse, Consulting Engrs., 14 Old Queen Street, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Private Address: Kirkdale, Highland Road, Bromley, Kent.

MONKHOUSE, Lt.-Colonel S. E. Late R.E. (T.), M.I.E.E., M.N.E.C. Inst. General Manager and a Director, North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Carliol House, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1. Private Address: Elmbank, Clayton Road, Jesmond, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2. Career: 1904, joined the North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd. (then known as the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd.); has served the Company in various departments; 1926., appointed Head of the Power Dept.; 1929, Chief Asst. to Gen. Manager; 1931, Asst. Gen. Manager; 1937, Gen. Manager and a Director. For a number of years was Chairman of the Industrial Electric Heating Committee of B.E.D.A., and Chairman of the Tyneside Industrial Development Conference. Is now a Vice-Pres. and Member of the Council of the Incorp. Assoc. of Electric Power Companies; Member of the National Joint Board and National Joint Council of the Electy. Supply Industry; Member of the C.E.B. 's National Consultative Committee; Chairman of the C.E.B's District Tech. Consultative Committee for N.E. England; Member of the Investigation Committee appointed under the Northumberland District (Coal Mines) Scheme, 1930; a Vice-Pres. of the North East Development Board; a Governor of the Electrical Industries' Benevolent Assoc.

MONTEY, Henry G. A.M.I. Mech.E. Chief Engr., Watney Combe Reid & Co., Ltd., The Brewery, Mortlake, London, S.W.14. Private Address: 39 York Avenue, East Sheen, London, S.W.14. Career: George Watson's Coll., Edinburgh; Heriot-Watt Coll.; Apprent., James Bertram & Sons, Ltd., Edinburgh; Asst. Eng.rr., Bass Ratcliff & Gretton Ltd., Burton-onTrent; Chief Engr., Thomas & Green Ltd., Woodburn Green.

MONTGOMERIE, James. D.Sc. (Eng., Lond.), Vice-Pres., Inst. of Naval Architects. Chief Ship Surveyor, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, E.C.3. Private Address: Flag Lodge, Tadworth, Surrey.

MONTGOMERY, W. R. A.M.I.E.E Managing Director, The Alton Battery Co., Ltd., Alton, Hants.; also General Manager, Britannia Batteries Ltd., Redditch, Worcs.

MONTGOMERY, James Edward. B.Sc. (Eng.) (Lond.), A.C.G.I., M.I. Mech.E., A.M.Inst.C.E., A.I.N.A. Asst. Sec., Inst. of Mechanical Engrs. (since 1920), Storey's Gate, St. James's Park, London, S.W.1. Private Address: Hazelcombe, Betchworth, Surrey. Career: Trained with Thames Ironworks Shipbuilding and Eng. Co., and at Central Tech. Coll.; employed as Civil Eng. Asst. with G. H. Hill & Sons, Westminster and Manchester, 1906-14; served in R.G.A. (T.A.) and as Staff Captain, 1914-18; subsequently with G. H. Hill & Sons and the late Sir Walter C. Hughes, C.l.E., till taking up present appoint Principally concerned with educational work of I. Mech.E. and the National Certificate schemes; serves on several voluntary educational bodies.

MONTGOMERY-SMITH, Kenneth. B.Sc., A.M.Inst.C.E., M.I. Struct.E. Asst. Engr., Dr. Oscar Faber, Consulting Engr., Romney House, Westminster. Private Address: 76 Goldhurst Terrace, Hampstead, N.W.6. Age: 36. Ed.: Univ. Coll., 1919-22; with Dr. Faber from 1922.

MONYPENNY, John Henry Gill. F.Inst.P., Medallist and Associate in Metallurgy, Sheffield Univ. Coll. Metallurgist, Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Ltd., Leeds Road, Sheffield, 9. Private Address: 33 Moor Oaks Road, Broomhill, Sheffield, 10. Career: 1904-28, Chief of Research Lab., Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Ltd.; in 1928 appointed Tech. Representative. Chairman, British Chemical Plant Manufacturers' Assoc., 1935-38; Member of "Corrosion" and "Alloy Steel Research" Committees of the Iron and Steel Inst. and the Brit. Iron and Steel Fed. Books: "Stainless Iron and Steel" (Chapman and Hall). Author of the metallurgical and engineering section of "Photography as a Scientific Implement" (Blackie).

MOODY, Frank. M.I.H.V.E. Managing Director, Frank Moody & Co. (Engrs.) Ltd., Heating and Ventilating Specialists, 52-54 Chapel Street, Luton. Private Address: 10 West Hill Road, Luton, Beds.

MOORBY, W. H. I.S.O., M.Sc., J.P., M.Inst.0.E. St. Martin., Borstal Road, Rochester. Age: 66. Career: training, Chief Engr. 's Dept., Manchester Ship Canal; 1891, Owens Coll., Manchester; (Fellowship of Univ., 1851 Exh. Scholarship); 1895, Research into exact value of mechanical equivalent of heat under Prof. Osborne Reynolds; 1896, Demonstrator in Eng., Owens Coll.; 1897-1932, C.E. in C.'s Dept., Admiralty, retiring with rank of Deputy C. in C.

MOORE, Albert Edwin M.Sc. Tech., M.I.E.E. Lecturer in Meter Engineering and Electrical Measurements in the Univ. of Manchester, Coll. of Tech., Manchester. Private Address: Highcliffe, Disley, Cheshire. Career: Developed the Electrical Standardising Laboratory at the Coll. of Tech., Manchester, for the testing and certification of electrical instruments and meters; inventor and patentee of a standard Concentric Dynamometer Wattmeter for large alternating current and power measurements. Retained in a consultative capacity in connection with the design of electrical instruments and meters by Kelvin, Bottom]ey & Baird, 1919-29, and by Ferranti, Ltd., 1929-32. Member of the Board of Faculty of Technology, Manchester Univ.

MOORE, A. G. A.M.I.E.E. With Evershed & Vignoles, Ltd., Acton Lane Works, Chiswick, W.4.

MOORE, Charles H. M.I. & S.I. Tech. Representative, Henry Foster & Co., Ltd., Backworth, Newcastleon -Tyne. Private Address: 244 Fulwood Road, Sheffield, 10. Career: Dept. of Applied Science, Univ. of Sheffield; Confidential Asst. to Chief Engr., Cammell Laird & Co., Ltd., 1908-15; Purchasing Agent, same company, 1915-20.

MOORE E. E. M.I.E.E. "Outwoods," Oxford Road, Gerrards Cross, Bucks. Managing Director, Walters Electrical Mfg. Co., Ltd., Kensal Road, London, W.10. Age: 61. Career: Regent St. Polytechnic; Draughtsman, Works Manager and General Manager; Inventor and Patentee of various apparata and systems connected with Railway Telegraph Signalling, Public Street Fire Alarms, etc.

MOORE, George F. B.Sc., A.M.E.E. Engr. and Manager, Kirkcaldy Corp. Elect. Dept., Victoria Road, Kirkcaldy. Private Address: 5 West Albert Road, Kirkcaldy. Age: 32. Trained, Kitson & Co., 1923-24; Leeds Univ., 1924-27; Trained, Yorks. Elect. Power Co., 1927-29; Asst. Mains Engr., Dundee, 1929-35, and Carlisle, 1935-36; Dep. Chief Engr., 1936-38, and Chief Engr., 1938 to date, Kirkcaldy Corp. Elect. Dept.

MOORE, Harold. C.B.E., D.Sc., Ph.D., F.I.C., F.Inst.P. Director, British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Assoc., Regnart Buildings, Euston Street, London, N.W.1. Private Address: 42 High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent. Career: 1895-99, pupil of the late Dr. J. E. Stead, F.R.S.; 1899-1901, Chemist to Islip Iron Co., Northants; 1901-04, Metallurgist, William Beardmore & Co., Parkhead Steelworks; 1904-32, Chief Metallurgist, and from 1919, Director of Metallurgical Research, Woolwich. Past Pres. Inst. of Metals, member of Iron and Steel Inst., and of several of its tech. committees; member Metallurgy Research Board, D.S.I.R.; member of sub-Committees of Aeronautical Research Committee.

MOORE, H. W. A.M.I.E.E., M.I.R.S.E. Asst. Mech. and Elect. Engr., and Signal Engr., L.M. & S. Rly., 302 Buchanan Street, Glasgow.

MOORE, John. Assoc.M.Inst.C.E 1st Grade Eng. Asst., Dunbarton C.C. Highways Dept., 88 College Street, Dumbarton. Private Address: 220 Dalmarnock Road, Glasgow, S.E. Age: 26. Career: J. B. Brodie, C.C.E. Glasgow; apprent., 1930-35; Asst. 1935-36; Eng.. Asst., Lanark C.C., Highways Dept., 1936-37.

MOORE, J. L. M. M.C., A.M.I. Mech.E. Ministry of Transport, Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C.2. Asst. Inspecting Officer of Rlys., Ministry of Transport, London. Age: 49. Career: Radley Coll.; Pembroke Coll., Oxford; Apprent., Ashford Loco. Works, S.E. and C. Rly., 1909-12; Loco. Inspector and Asst. to Outdoor Loco. Supt. till taking up Appointment with M.O.H., 1923. War Service, France and Belgium, 1914-19, Private Artists Rifles, Command R.O.D.R.L., 1915, finally Major; M.C. and twice mentioned in despatches. Awarded Coronation Medal.

MOORE, John Richardson. A.M.I.Mech.E. Manager, Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd., Ironworks, Keighley. Private Address: 372 Oakworth Road, Keighley. Age: 36. Career: Keighley Grammar School and Tech. Coll.; Works Manager, Smith Waget Ltd., Laundry Engrs., Keighley.

MOORE, Raymond Edward. A.M.I.E.E. Chief Sub-Station Engr., Hull Corp. Electy. Dept., Ferensway, Hull. Private Address: 346 Beverley Road, Hull. Age: 39. Career: Doncaster Grammar Sch.; Doncaster Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Rhodes Motors, Ltd., 191620; Designs Office, 1920-21; Pilkington Bros., Ltd., Tech. Asst. to Res. Engr. during construction Works and Power Station, 1921-23; Test Engr. and Asst. to Engr., Doncaster Works, 1923-25; Sub-Station Asst. Hull Corp. Elect. Dept., 1925-29; Chief Sub-Station Engr., 1929 to date (with Charge of Public lighting.)

MOORE, Robert T. D.Sc., Hon. M.I.E.S., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.M.M. Civil and Mining Engr., 142 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. Private Address: 13 Clairmont Gardens, Glasgow, C.3. Past Pres., Inst. of Mining Engrs.; Past Pres., Inst. of Engrs. and Shipbuilders in Scotland. At one time Dean of Guild of Glasgow; Chairman, Iron and Coal Companies.

MOORE, W. M.I.E.E. Mapperley Edge, Private Road, Nottingham. Mains Engr., Nottingham Corp. Electy. Dept. Age: 53. Career: Univ: Coll., Nottingham; Training, Nottingham Corp. Electy. Dept.; Engr. -in-Charge, St. Anns Power Station, 1910-14; Mains Engr., Nottingham Corp., 1914 to date.

MOORE-BRABAZON, Lt. Col. John T. C. M.C., F.R.Ae.S., Hon. F.R.P.S., M.P. 2 Upper Cheyne Row, London, S.W.3. Director, Associated Equipment Co., Ltd., and Briggs Motor Bodies; Ltd. Past Pres., Royal Aero Soc. and Inst. Aero E.

MOORFIELD, S. H. M.Sc., A.M.I.Mech.E. Head of the Eng. Dept., Mining and Tech. Coll., Wigan. Age: 54. Career: Hindley and Abram Grammar Sch.; Owens Coll., Manchester; Apprent., Wigan Corp. Electy. Works; Lecturer in Mech. and Elect. Eng., Swindon Tech• Coll.; Instructor in Eng., Tech. Inst. Worcs.; A.I.D. Inspetor, Wolverhampton; Head of Eng. Dept., Plymouth Tech. Coll. Author of "Heat Engines," and "Mechanics and Applied Heat" (both jointly with H. H. Winstanley).

MORAES, H. F. A.M.I.Mech.E. 7 Orchard Road, Hove, 4, Sussex. Age: 64. Career: Regent St. Polytechnic; Brush Elect. Eng. Co.; Mirrlees, Watson & Co.; Sugar Engr. in Straits Settlements; Rubber Eng. and Electric Lighting Work in F.M.S.

MORAN, T. Whitley. B.A., B.A.T. (Dublin), M.Inst.C.E., F.R.E.S. Director, Whitley Moran & Co., Ltd., 1 Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, 2. Private Address: 149 Banks Road, West Kirby, Cheshire. Age: 40. Career: School of Eng., Trinity Coil., Dublin. 1917-19, War Service, Lieut. R.G.A. 1922-26, Asst. Engr., Sir Robt. McAlpine & Sons, Wm. Griffiths & Co., Ltd., and Thos. Muirhead & Co., Ltd., on construction of railways, bridges, and trunk roads; 1926-28, Asst. Divisional Engr., Projects, Sudan Govmt. Irrigation Dept.; 1929-33, Managing Director, Concrete Proofing C3., Ltd., London: in charge of Gunite Work in the Mersey Tunnel, 1932-33. Specialist in Cement Gun and Cementation Work; joint inventor of the Colquhoun-Moran Cavity Lining for subaqueous tunnels; Inventor of the Whit-More system of Gunite Panelling for insulation; Designer of the Whit-More Cement Gun.

MORCOM, Edgar L. M.I.Mech.E., M.A., (Cantab.). Vice-Pres., Inst. of Metals; Director, Belliss & Morcom, Ltd., Ledsam Street Works, Birmingham. Private Address: Woodbourne Road, Edgbaston. Career: Educ.: Marlborough Coll. and Clare Coll., Cambridge.

MORCOM, Reginald Keble. C.B.E., M.A. (Cambridge), M.Inst. C.E., M.I.E.E., M.I.Mech.E., M.I.N.A. Director, Belliss & Morcom, Ltd., Ledsam Street Works, Birmingham. Private Address: The Clockhouse, Bromsgrove. Career: Apprent., Belliss & Morcom, Ltd., and Siemens Bros. Has been Vice-Pres., I.E.E. and Chairman, B.E.A.M.A.; now Vice-Pres., B.E.A.M.A. and F.B.I., and member D.O.T. Advisory Council on Export Trade. Director, Lloyds Bank, and several other companies. War service: Gallipoli and Salonica.

MORDUCH, O. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.C.G.I., A.M.I.E.E. 29 Beaufort Road, Ealing, W.5. Director, Capseals Ltd., London and Slough. Age: 36. Career: Apprent., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd.; 5 years with Metro-Vick Electrical Export Co., Ltd.

MORECOMBE, Major W. M. N. O.B.E., B.Sc. (Eng.), R.E. (Ret.) M.I.Mech.E., A.M.I.E.E. 169 Marlborough Road, Gillingham, Kent. Instructor (E. & M.), School of Military Eng., Chatham. Age: 57. Career: Army Schools and Polytechnic, Regent St.; 20 years various Military Appointments involving Installation, operation and Maintenance of Elect. and Mech. Plant; 20 years Instructor in Elect. and Mech. Eng.

MOREHOUSE, L. F. D.Eng., B.S., M.A., M.I.E.E., F.A.I.E.E., F.Am.Assoc. of Sc. Bush House, Aldwych, W.C.2. Tech. Representative in Europe, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., and Bell Telephone Labs., Inc. of 195 Broadway, New York, U.S.A., and Bush House, London. Age: 64. Career: Univ., Michigan; Univ., Chicago; Instruc. 'Physics, Washington Univ., 1901; Instr. Physics, Univ., Michigan, 1902-04; Instr., later Asst. Prof. Elect. Eng., 1904-06; Transmission Engr., Western Elect. Co., England, 1906-09; Equipment Engr. American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York, 1909-19; Equipmt. Devel. Engr., Am. Tel. & Tel. Co. 1919-34. Asst. Director Systems Development, Bell Telephone Labs., 1934-35. Tech. Representative in Europe for American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1935 to date.

MORGAN, A. E. B.Sc.Tech (Hons.), A.M.C.T., A.M.I.E.E. 6 Mornington Villas, Blake Hall Road, Wanstead, E.11. Tech. Asst. West Ham Corp. Electy. Dept. Age: 32. Apprent., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., Ltd.; Victoria Univ., Manchester; Tech. Asst. North Wales Power Co., Ltd.., Wrexham, 1932-36.

MORGAN, Sir Charles Langbridge. Kt., C.B.E., D.Eng., M.Inst.C.E. Civil Engr.; Director, Southern Rly., Waterloo Station, London, S.E.1. Lt.-Col. R.E. (T.F.) (Engr. and Rly. Staff Corps).

MORGAN, Conway Frederick John. M.Sc. (Hons.), A.M.I.E.E. Lecturer in Elect. Eng., Worksop Tech. Coll. Private Address: "Longford," 11 Beech Ave., Worksop. Age: 32. Career: Manchester Univ.; Met.Vickers, Apprent.; 1928, N.P.L., Jnr. Asst.; 1929, Metropolitan-Vickers, Research Engr.; G.E.C. till 1938.

MORGAN, Frank Leslie. Captain (T.A.), M.C. B.Sc., Hons. C.E., M.Sc., M.Inst.C.E. Engineer, Experimental Establishment R.A., War Dept., Manor House, New Ranges, Shoeburyness. Private Address: White Hall, Great Wakering, Essex. Age: 45. Career: Birmingham Univ., 1908-13. Training under Lord Cadman with The Madeley Wood Co., Salop; War Service, 1914-19; Resident Engr., The Francois Cementation Co., Ltd., 1919-21; Works Engr., The Shanghai Waterworks Co., Ltd., 1921-24; Waterworks Engr., P.W.D., Nigeria, 1925-28; Consulting Engr., 1929-35. Invented Hydraulic Stabilizing Device.

MORGAN, Sir Gilbert Thomas. O.B.E., D.Sc., Sc.D., LL.D., F.R.S., F.I.C., A.R.C.Sc. Director of Chemical Research, Dept. of Scientific and Industrial Research Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex. Career: Formerly Mason Professor of Chemistry, Birmingham Univ.; Professor of Applied Chemistry, Finsbury Tech. Coll.; Professor of Applied Chemistry, Royal Coll. of Sc. foi Ireland; Asst. Professor of Chemistry, Royal Coll. of Sc., London. Books: "Organic Compounds of Arsenic and Antimony" (1918), 'Inorganic Chemistry, A Survey of Modern Developments" (1936), "British Chemical Industry: its Rise and Development" (1938); articles in Thorpe's "Dictionary of Applied Chemistry."

MORGAN, Ivor Roberts. B.Sc. (Hons.) Wales, A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E., Assoc.M.Inst.C.E. Asst. Engr. (Trunk Roads) Gloucestershire C.C., Shire Hall, Gloucester. Private Address: 3 Brunswick Square, Gloucester. Age: 28. Career: Univ. Coll., Cardiff, 1928-31; articled, Sir Alex Binnie, Son & Deacon, 1931-33; C.E. Asst., G. J. Gibbs & Partners, Cons. Engr., 1933-35; Temp. Eng. Asst., Uckfield R.D.C., 1935-36; Asst. Surveyor Gellygaer U.D.C., 1936-37; present appointment, 1937. Part-time Lecturer, Gloucester Tech. Coll.

MORGAN, John Bulmer. A.M.I. E.E., M.I.Mech.E. Electrical Engr. and Manager, East Grinstead U.D.C., 146 London Road, E. Grinstead, Sussex. Private Address: 7 Park Road, E. Grinstead. Age: 64. Career: 5 years Workshop, D.O. and Tech. Colls., London; Shift Engr., Aberdeen and Worcester Elect. Works; Mains Engr., Worcester; Senior Shift Engr., Cheltenham; Resident Elect. Engr., Horsham; Private Employ.

MORGAN, John David. D.Sc. (B'ham), M.I.E.E., M.I.A.E. A.M. Inst.C.E., F.A.I.C.P. Partner of Marks & Clerk, Consulting Engrs. and Patent Agents, Lombard House, Gt. Charles Street, Birmingham. Private Address: 69 Handsworth Wood Road, Birmingham, 20. Age: 59 Specialising in Scientific investigations of gas explosives, spark ignition and allied subjects. Author of "Principles of Spark Ignition" (Crosby Lockwood).

MORGAN, T. B. M.I.E.E. 21 Trueman Street, Liverpool, 3. Director, Sutton Heath and Lea Green Collieries Ltd., St. Helens; also Threlfalls Brewery Co., Ltd., Liverpool and Manchester.

MORGAN William Charles. A.M.I.St.E., F.I.S.E., M.R.San.I. Member of Council National Fire Brigades Assoc. Water Engr. and Surveyor, Leistoncum-Sizewell U.D.C., Council Chambers, Leiston, Suffolk. Career: Pupil of T. J. Moss Flower, A.M.I.C.E., F.R.San.I.; Engr. for Road Construction, etc., Iran; Engr. for Reinforced Concrete Buildings, etc., Singapore. Served through the War with the R.N.V:R.

MORGAN, W. D. N. M.I.E.E., A.A.I.E.E. "Rosskeen, " Campbell Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow. Engr.-in-Chief, Singer Mfg. Co., Ltd., Glasgow. Career: Dollar Acad.; Glasgow and W. of Scotland Tech. Coll.; Engr. and Manager, Coatbridge and Airdrie Elect. Supply Co.; Chief Engr., Scottish Central Elect. Power Co.

MORGAN, William Henry. D.S.O., M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. & C.E. County Engr., Middlesex C.C., Middlesex Guildhall, Westminster, S.W.1. Private Address: The Lychgate House, Coombe Road, Croydon. Age: 55. Career: Crystal Palace School of Eng.; Contractor's Engr., 1902-19; Deputy County Surveyor, Essex C.C., 1919-22; County Surveyor, Essex C.C., 1922-31.

MORGAN, William Reginald. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. Tech. Engr. and Manager of Electrical Factory, Preston & Thomas, Ltd., Woodville Eng. Works, Cardiff. Private Address: "Gwynant," Lake Road West, Roath Park, Cardiff. Age: 34. Career: Coll. of Tech., Manchester; Apprent., B.T.H. Co., Ltd.; Electric Motor Designer, G.E.C. Ltd.

MORGANS, Lt. Col. G. Ewart O.B.E., B.A., M.Inst.C.E., F.S.I., M.Inst.M.M. etc. Consulting Engr., 132 New Kings Road, London, S.W.6. Educ.: Germany, Switzerland, and Peterhouse, Cambridge; practiced professionally in England, France, Italy, Borneo, Columbia, S. America and U.S.A. Author of "The Purification of Water by Ozone."

MORGANS, Humphrey Maurice. B.Sc. (London), M.Inst.M. & M., M.I.Min.E., M.Inst.C.E. Partner in T. & W. Morgans, 501 Australia House, Strand, London, W.C.2. Consulting Mining and Civil Engr., coal, gold, tin, plant and machinery equipments. Past Pres., Inst. of Mining and Metallurgy; Central Examiner under Board for Mining Examinations; long connec-,tion with India.

MORICE, A. B. B.Sc. (Eng.), M.I.E.E. 41 Farnley Road, South Norwood, S.E.25. Asst. Superintending Engr., G.P.O.

MORICE, Lewis Fry. A.M. I.E.E. EXecutive Engr., G.P.O., Union House, E.C.1. Private Address: 14 Welldon Crescent, Harrow-on-Hill. Age: 53. Career: Merchant Venturers' Tech. Coll., 1897-1903. National Telephone Co. (Bristol), as Eng. Learner, 1903-06; Sub-Engr., 190610; Engr. (Portsmouth), 1910-11. With P.O. •Eng. Dept., as Chief Inspector (Portsmouth), 1912-20; Asst. Engr. (G.P.O.), 1920-32; Executive Engr., 1932 to date.

MORISON, D. N. A.M. I.Mech. E., M.Aus.I.M. & M., M.I.E.Aus. Managing Director, Morison 8: Bearby Pty. Ltd. (Established 1874. Capital Reg. 100,000), Carrington, Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia. Age: 68. Career: Public Sch. and High Sch. Education, N.S.W.; Apprent. to Mech. Eng., Morison & Bearby; Lecturer in Applied Mechanics, Steam and Steam Engine Mech. Drawing at Tech. Coll., Newcastle, N.S.W. for about 10 years; Chief Draughtsman, Asst. Manager, Manager Eng. Works; Managing Director, Morison & Bearby Ltd. since 1915. Author of paper on "The claims of the Apprentice" read at Conference on Tech. Education, Sydney; paper on Winding Engines read before Northern Eng. Inst. of N.S.W., Presidential Address; author of paper on Roasting and Sintering Machinery, read before Inst. of Engrs., Australia. Two addresses as Chairman of Inst. of Engrs., Newcastle Div. Member of Council, Inst. of Engrs., Australia; Inventor and Patentee of Improvements in Self-Dumping Grabs, also in Sintering Machines. Member of Council, Chamber of Manufactures, Newcastle..

MORLAND, E. L. M.I.E.E. Glenside, Glendyke Road, Allerton, Liverpool, 18. Suptg. Engr. of Distribution, Liverpool Corp. Elect. Supply Dept. Age: 53. Career: Liverpool Tech. Schs.; Training, Liverpool Corp. Elect. Supply Works, 1900-08; then Asst. Engr.; present position since 1928. Chairman, Mersey and North Wales (Liverpool) Centre, I.E.E., 1938-39.

MORLEY, Arthur. O.B.E., D.Sc., M.I.Mech.E. Private Address: 9 Highfield Road, Purley, Surrey. Career: Formerly Professor of Mech. Eng., Univ. Coll., Nottingham, and later Staff Inspector (Eng.), Board of Education, 1919-37; now retired. Books: "Mechanics for Engineers" (1905), "Strength of Materials" (1908), "Elementary Applied Mechanics' (jointiv), (1911), "Theory of Structures' (1912), jointly with Dr. E. Hughes, "Elementary Engineering Science" (1937), and "Mechanical Engineering Science" (1938).

MORLEY, Thomas Bonner. D.Sc. (Glasgow), M.I.Mech.E. Head of Dept. of Mech. and Civil Eng., Tech. Coil., Sunderland. Private Address: 46 Newlands Avenue, Sunderland. Career: Lecturer, Glasgow Univ., 1905-19; Chief Tech. Engr., Galloways, Ltd., Manchester, 1919-37. Pres., Manchester Assoc. of Engrs., 1933-34.

MORRELL, E. J. M.I.E. E. Yate Cottage, Marden Hill, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Surrey. Executive Engr., Engr. -in-Chief 's Office, G.P.O., London. Age: 58. Career: National Telephone Co., 1900-12; G.P.O., 1912 to date.

MORRELL, F. O. B.Sc., A.M.I.E.E. 27 Mortlake Road, Kew, Richmond, Surrey. Executive Engr., Post Office Eng. Dept., G.P.O., London. Age: 32. E.E. training, King's Coll., London. Jelf Medallist.

MORRIS, A. Wh. Ex., A.R.C.Sc., D.I.C., M.I.E.E., Assoc.I.R.E. Suptg. Engr., P.O. Eng. Dept., South Lancs. Dist., 13 Quay Street., Manchester, 3. Age: 47. Career: Esplanade House Sch., Southsea; Portsmouth Royal Dockyard Sch. and 6 years Apprent.; Royal Coll. of Sc.; City and Guilds; P.O. Eng. Dept., as Asst. Engr., 1913; progressive posts to present in 1936. Author of "The Decibel Notation," etc.

MORRIS, Arnold. M.I nst.C.E, F.R.San.I., M.T.P.I., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. Town Planning Insp., Ministry of Health, 346 Strand, W.C.2. Age: 57. Career: Manchester Univ.; Articled, H. Birch Killon, A.M.Inst. C.E., Manchester; Sewage Disposal practice (as Asst.); Municipal Eng. service at Huddersfield, Wakefield and Bolton; Surveyor to Bolton and District Regional Planning Committee.

MORRIS, Arthur Langley. A.M. I.E.E. Chief Transformer Designer, Johnson and Phillips, Charlton, S.E.7. Private Address: 77 Ashridge Crescent, Shrewsbury Park, London, S'.E.18. Age: 33. Apprent., Brush Elect. Eng. Co.; thereafter Transformer Designer.

MORRIS, Major Cyril Clarke Boville. M.C., M.I.Mech.E. Chief Officer, London Fire Brigade, 1933-38.' Private Address: House in the Wood, Kingswood, Surrey. Career: Haileybury Coll.; Pupilage and early experience with G.E. Rly. (Loco. Works and Motor Dept.); with London Fire Brigade since 1908; 1914-17, service in France (M.C., despatches twice, Royal 'Humane Society's Bronze Medal); recalled in 1917 to resume service with London Fire Brigade on account of air raids. Books: "Large Garage and Petrol Fire Risks," "The Organisation and Mechanical Appliances of the London Fire Brigade."

MORRIS, Major C. I. A.M.I.E.E., A.F.R.Ae.S. 30 The Chilterns, Wymondley Road, Hitchin, Herts. Education Officer, R.A.F. Age: 46. Career: Marling Sch., Stroud; Taunton Sch.; Merchant Venturer's Tech. Coll., Bristol; B.T.H. Co., Rugby; 1914-18, War Service; Elect. Eng. Lecturer, Liverpool Univ.; Education Officer, R.A.F.

E. H. Morris|MORRIS, E. H.]] M.Inst.C.E. 11 Castle Street, Hereford. Age: 64. Civil Eng. Asst., L. & Y. Rly., 1894-1903; Head Engr., Gates & Hogg, Contractors, 1903-07; Res. Engr., H.M.O.W., 1908-11; Eng. Asst., L. & Y. Rly., 1912-19; Dist. Engr., L. & Y. Rly., L. & N.W. Rly., L.M.S. Rly., 1919-37.

MORRIS, E. R. A.M.I.E.E. Iron Gate, Chesterfield. Elect. Contractor.

MORRIS, William. A.M.Inst.C.E., F.S.I., M.I.M. & Cy.E., M.I.Struct.E. M.R.San.I. City Engr. and Surveyor (1937) City and County of Kingston-uponHull, Guildhall, Hull. Private Address: Studleigh, 676 Beverley High Road, Hull. Age: 42. Career: Manchester Coll. of Tech.; 1911, Articled to Mr. Ernest Gunson, F.R.I.B.A., F.S.I.; 1914-15, Asst. Messrs W. T. Gunson & Son, Manchester; 1921-23, Eng. Asst., Denton U.D.C.; 1923-27, Eng. Asst., Birkenhead C.B. 1927-31, Dep. Borough Engr. and Surveyor, Birkenhead; 1931-37, Dep. City Engr. and Surveyor, City and County of Kingston-upon-Hull. 1915-20, War Service R.E. Ranker and Commissioned Officer; service on Western Front; Member of the Inter-Allied Mission to Poland.

MORRISH, H. E. A.M.I.E.E. 21 Sherwood Road, Hendon, N.W.4. Area Engr., G.P.O. Age: 49. Career: 1905-12, Nat. Telephone Co.; 1913 to date, P.O. Eng. Dept.

MORRISON, Duncan Paterson, B.Sc. (Eng.). General Manager, Bournemouth Corp. Transport Services, Wootton Gardens, Bournemouth. Private Address: 62: Wimborne Road, Bournemouth. Career: General Manager, Dundee Corp. Transport, 1926-30; General Manager, Hull Corp. Transport, 1930' 35; present appointment, 1935.

MORRISON, J. G. M.Sc., B.Sc., 1st Cl. Hons., A.M.I.Mech.E. Lecturer in Eng., School of Tech., Oxford. Age: 44. Career: Hindley Grammar Sch.; Manchester Coll. of Tech.; Manchester Univ.; Training, Belsize Motors, Ltd., Siddeley Deasy and Daimler Motors, Manchester; Motor Engr., Austin Motors Ltd. (Repairs), Manchester. War Service, C.P.O., Repair Staff, R.N.V.R., Southampton; from 1919-29, Cons. Automobile Engr. Holds Teacher's Dipl., Manchester Univ.

MORRISON, Joseph Allison. A.M.I.Mech.E. Asst. Section Leader (Turbine Dept.), G. & J. Weir Ltd., Holm Foundry, Cathcart, Glasgow. Private Address: Marallis, 104 Crookston Drive, Ralston, Paisley. Age: 34. Career: Paisley Tech. Coll.; Apprent., Davie & Home, Ltd., Johnstone; Draughtsman, Wm. Beardmore & Co., Eng. Dept., 1927-28; Asst. Sect. Leader, Centrifugal Pump Dept., G. & J. Weir, Ltd., 1933-37.

MORRISON, R. E. B. Mech.E. Phylhaven, West Grove, Surrey. Educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge.

MORRISON, W. Murray. M.Inst. C.E., M.I.E.E., F.Inst.Met., F. Inst.P. Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, The British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Adelaide House, King William Street, London, E.0.4. Also Chairman or Managing Director or Director of various other Companies. One of the pioneers of the Electrolytic production of Aluminium in Great Britain and in Norway.

MORSHEAD, L. R. M.I.E.E. With P. E. Banting, Esq., 64 Victoria Street, S.W.1.

MORTIMER, E. L. B.Sc. (Hons.), A.M.I.E.E. 248 Southwell Road West, Mansfield, Notts. Senior Lecturer in Elect. Eng., County Tech. Coll., Mansfield Notts. Age: 31. Career: East London Coll., London Univ.; Apprent., A., A.M.I. Hersham, Eton and Metro-Vick, and subsequently Engr. in Motor Dept., successively Estimator, Designer, Development Engr., and Research Engr.; 1934-38, Lecturer in Elect. Eng., Wigan and Dist. Mining and Tech. Coll.

MORTIMER, R. C. B.Sc. (Eng.) Hons., A.M.I.E.E. 19 The Lawns, Hatch End, Mddx. Chief Engr., Paper Gear Dept., Harland Eng. Co., Ltd., Clifton House, Euston Road, London. Age: 36. Career: Southchurch Sch., Southend; Scholarship to Southend High Sch., Southend, 1914-18; Scholarship to East London Coll., London Univ., 1918-21; Apprent., Metropolitan-Vickers Elect. Co., 1921-23, followed by staff appointments till 1937; joined Harland Eng. Co., 1937, in present position, dealing with sectional electric drives of papermaking machines.

MORTLOCK, J. R. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E. "Rokeby," Donnington Road, Kenton, Harrow. Asst. to Supt. Engr., B.T.H. Co., Ltd., Neasden Lane, London, N.W.10. Age: 35. Career: Finsbury Tech. Coll.; subsequently with B.T.H. Co. as Student Apprent. and Engr. Author of articles in House Organ, etc.

MORTON, Charles Albert. B.Sc. (Eng.) London, A.M.I.E.E. Illuminating Engr., Research Laboratories of the G.E.C. Ltd., East Lane, Wembley, Mddx. Private Address: 12 Sunleigh Road, Wembley, Mddx. Age: 41. Ed.: Finsbury Tech. Coll., 1912-15. War Service, R.A.F., 1916-19.

MORTON, J. A. M.I.E.E. "Linmore," Whiston Lane, Prescot, Lancs. Supt., Estimating Dept., British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Prescot. Born: 1878. Career: Manchester Central Higher Grade Sch.; Manchester Tech. Sch.; Apprent., Richardson & Herbert and Maunsell Mercier & Co.; for a short time with W. T. Glover & Co. (Contract Staff); since 1900, B.I. Cables (Estimating Staffs). Served on B.E.I.R.A. Committees, etc. Died Nov. 28th, 1938.

MORTON, Capt. J. L. R.A.O.C., A.M.I.Mech.E. Officer's Mess, Hilsea Barracks, Cosham, Hants. Inspedtion Dept. (Tanks) C.I.A., Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, S.E.18. Age: 33.

MORTON, Leslie Taylor. B.Sc. (London) (Hons.), Mech. and Elect. Eng. M.N.E.C.I.E.S. M.Mar.E. General Manager, Clarke Chapman and Co., Ltd., Victoria Works, Gateshead-on-Tyne. Private Address: Lyndhurst, Three Mile Bridge, Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Age: 31. Career: Sunderland Tech. Coll.; Apprent., N.E. Marine Eng. Co., Ltd.; sea service with Alfd. Holt & Co., Ltd.

MORTON, Robert. Formerly J.P. for Renfrewshire. M.I.N.A.I., M.I.E.S. Scotland. Private Address: 1 Wood Street, Greenock. Age: 86.

MORTON, S. H. C. A.M.I.E.E. "Tregenna," Green Lane, Hucclecote, Gloucester. Meter Engr., West Gloucestersh ire Power Co., Ltd., Gloucester. Age: 42. Career: Salford Royal Tech. Coll.; appointments with Peel Conner Telephone Co., MetroVick, and Manchester Corp. Elect. Dept.

MORTON, William Herbert. M.I.Mech.E. General Manager, Great Southern Railways Co., Ireland, Kingsbridge Station, Dublin. Private Address: 74 Park Avenue, Sydney Parade, Dublin. Career: Training: Kitson & Co., Locomotive Engrs.; Leeds School of Tech.; Leeds Univ. Later, Chief Mech. Engr., M.G.W. Rly., Ireland; Chief Mech. Engr., Great Southern Railways, Ireland; then present appointment. Director, Aer Lingus Teoranta (Irish Sea Airways), Transport Supplies, Ltd. (subsidiary of Great Southern Railways); member of Irish Committee, World Power Congress.

MORTON-MASON, Sydney. A.M. Inst.0. E., A.M. Inst.M. & Cy. E. (Council), A.M.T.P.I. (Council). 72 Wrose Road, Bradford. Chief Eng. and T.P. Asst. to City Engr. and Surveyor, Bradford. Age: 46. Career: Humberstone Grammar Sch.; Articled, Borough Engr. and Surveyor Grimsby; Tech. Ed., Grimsby Tech. Coll. and Sydney G. Turner, Esq., K.C., Barrister-at-Law; 1911-19, Jnr. Asst., Borough Engr., Grimsby; 1919-20, Asst. to City Engr., Leicester; 1920-24, Senr. Eng. Asst. to City Engr., Bradford. 1916-19, War Service with R.E.

MORWOOD, Arthur. O.B.E. (Military), F.S.I., A.M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.Mun. & Cy.E. County Surveyor, Isle of Ely County Council, County Hall, March, Cambs. Private Address: "Devonia," 1 Up-well Road, March. Career: Service with the R.E., 1915-19; Eng. Asst., Eastbourne County Borough, 1919-24; Deputy County Surveyor, East Suffolk County Council, 1924-33.

MOSELEY, Frank. A.M.I.Mech. E., M.I.M.T. Proprietor, Moseley Eng. and Garage, Worcester Street, Wolverhampton. Private Address: "Langdale," Stubbs Road, Wolverhampton. Age: 40. Career: Wolverhampton Grammar School; Eng. Apprent., J. Evans & Sons; Mech. Engr., Muirhead Macdonald Wilson, Public Work Contractors; also Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Co.

MOSELEY, Major O. H. G. K. A.M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Mar.E. Tech. Director, Hawkins & Tipson Ltd., Rope Manufacturers, Globe Rope Works, Millwall, E.14. Private Address: Fairacre, Farningham, Kent. Age: 49. Career: Marlborough Coll.; Apprent., J. Stone & Co., Deptford; Asst. Dist. Engr., S.E. & C. Rly., 1911-15; Great War, 1915-19, France and War Office; Asst. Senior Insp., M.T., 1919.

MOSS, Ernest William. C.P.A., M.I.E.E. Senior Partner, Raworth, Moss and Cook, 75 Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 12 Windermere Avenue, Church End, Finchley, London, N.3. Contributor of papers in the Proceedings of the Inst. of Electrical Engineers and the Journal of the Physical Society, London.

MOSS, Francis Charles. J.P., A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I. & S.I., M.I.M. Managing Director, Rotherham Forge and Rolling Mills Co., Ltd., Rotherham. Private Address: Wickersley Hall, nr. Rotherham. Ed.: Sheffield Univ.; Apprent., Marshall Sons & Co., Ltd., Gainsborough.

MOSS, Harry. A.M.I.E.E., M.E.C. Assoc., N.R.E.I.C. Elect. and Mech. Engr. and Contractor, 178 Manningham Lane, Bradford. Private Address: 116 Horton Grange Road, Bradford. Born: 1879. Career: Trained Blackwell Coal and Iron Co., and J. Worthington & Co.; Contract Foreman, J. Worthington & Co. and Alliance Elect. Co.; Manager, D. W. Wilson, Huddersfield, and Chas. Pullan, Bradford, Cardiff, etc.; Contractor on own account. For 20 years Member of North. Sec., E.C.A., for many years Mem. of Council, and for 8 years Chairman of Bradford Branch; formerly Chairman of Dist. Joint Indl. Council for Elect. Contracting Industry; at present, Pres., Bradford Eng. Soc., Mem. of Committee, N.Midland Area, I.E.E., and Mem. local Committee E.I.B.A. Lecturer before Eng. and Elect. Societies, etc.

MOSS, Kenneth Neville. O.B.E., M.Sc., M.Inst.C.E., M.I.Min.E., F.G.S., F.Inst.F., M.Amer.Inst.M.M. Professor of Mining Eng., Birmingham Univ. Private Address: 22 Vernon Road, Birmingham, 16. Career: Practical mining experience gained in South and North Staffs. and South Yorks. Coalfields; visited numerous mining centres in Europe, Canada, U.S.A., Union of South Africa and Northern and Southern Rhodesia. Dean of Faculty of Sc., Birmingham Univ.; Past-Pres., National Assoc. of Colliery Managers; Member of the Advisory Council on Minerals of the Imperial Inst. and Chairman of their Tech. Committee on Coal and Petroleum; Member of the Research Committee of the Inst. C.E.; Member of Council of the Inst. of Mining Engrs. Served during the Great War as Captain and Adjutant of the 59th Divisional R.E. Twice mentioned in despatches, awarded O.B.E. Books: "Gases, Dust and Heat in Mines"; Editor and part author of "Historical Review of Coal Mining."

MOTTRAM, W. G. A.M.I.E.E. 29 Westfield Park, Newbridge Road West, Bath. Meter Supt., City of Bath Electy. Dept. Age: 34. With Ferranti Ltd., Hollinwood, until May, 1934, in the Meter Experimental Dept.

MOTYER, Alfred Ernest A.M. Inst.C.E., M. Inst.M & Cy. E. (Testamur). Engr. and Surveyor, Newhaven Urban Dist. Council, Sussex. Private Address: Utopia, Beresford Road, Newhaven, Sussex. Age: 33

MOUL, F. D. B.Sc., A.C.G.I., A.M.I.Mech.E. Frensham Cottage, Dukes Wood Avenue, Gerrard 's Cross, Bucks. Managing Director, Air Control Installations Ltd., Ruislip, Mddx.

MOULIN, E. B. M.A., M.I.E.E., M.I.P.E. Donald Pollock Reader in Eng. Sc. in the Univ. of Oxford, Fellow of Magdalen Coll., Engineering Laboratory, Parks Road, Oxford. Age: 45. Career: Cambridge Univ.; Mech. Sciences Tripos, 1916; Univ. Lecturer, Cambridge Univ., 1920-30; Member Wireless Section, Committee I.E.E.. Member of Radio Research Board of D.S.I.R. Author of "Radio Frequency Measurements" (Charles Griffin, 1926 and 1931), "Principles of Electromagnetism" (Clarendon Press, 1932), "Spontaneous Fluctuations of Voltage" (Clarendon Press, 1938).

MOULT, E. S. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.Mech.E. The White House, St. Thomas' Drive, Hatch End, Mddx. Personal Asst. to Major Frank B. Halford, F.R.Ae.S., M.S.A.E., Chief Designer (Engines) de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., D. Napier & Son, Ltd.

MOUNT, A. E. A.M.I.E.E. "Chaynies," 35 Queenswood Road, Black Fen, Sidcup. Civil Servant.

MOUNT, Lt.-Col. Alan H. L. .C.B., C. B. E., M. Inst.0. E. Chief Inspecting Officer of Rlys., Ministry of Transport, Whitehall, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 6 Burghley Road, Wimbledon, London, S.W.19. Career: Coopers Hill, 18991902; commissioned R.E., 1902; 1902-04, S.M.E., Chatham; 1905-14, North-Western Rly. India; 1914-19, Deputy Chief Rly. Constucteon Engr. in France; 1919-29, Inspecting Officer of Rlys., Ministry of Transport; 1929, present appointment.

MOUNTAIN, Reginald William. B.Sc. (Eng.), M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.E. Partner, Kennedy & Donkin, Consulting Engrs., Broadway Court, 8 Broadway, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 2 Grosvenor Hill, Wimbledon Common, S.W.19. Age: 38. Career: Northampton Eng. Day Coll.; trained Brown, Boveri A. G., Baden; joined staff of Kennedy & Donkin, 1925; partnership 1938.

MOUNTBATTEN, The Lord, Louis. G.O.V.O., A.D.C. A.M.I.E.E., M.I.W.T. Captain, R.N. Private Addresses: Brook House, Upper Brook Street, London, W.1., and Adsdean, nr. 'Chichester. Age: 38. Career: R.N. :Coils., Osborne, Dartmouth, Keyham, and Greenwich; Christ's Coll., Cambridge; H.M. Signal Sch., Portsmouth; Entered R.N. as Cadet, 1913; :served at sea during Great War, 1916-18; specialised in Wireless, 1924; Senior Naval Wireless Instructor, 1929; Fleet Wireless Officer in charge of Mediterranean Fleet Wireless, 1931. Inventor of sub-focal signalling shutter, also of the Mountbatten system of station-keeping as fitted to modern warships. Author of various naval handbooks on Wireless Sets and on the Mountbatten Station Keeping System.

MOUNTNEY, C. F. A.M.I. Mech. E., A.I.Struct.E. Tyneholme, Elmdale Road, Bedminster, Bristol. Drawing Office Instructor, Univ. of Bristol. Age: 53. Career: Apprent., Clarke Chapman & Co., Ltd., Gateshead -on -Tyne; Drawing and Design Office on Turbines and Engine Boiler Room Work, Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co., Ltd., Wallsend; Lecturer, Huddersfield Tech. Coll.; Works Engr., Conner Magneto and Ignition Ltd., Coventry; With A. Herbert Ltd., Foleshill and The Humber Co., Ltd., Coventry, during the Great War. Lecturer Coventry Tech. Coll.

MOUSLEY, John H. Lt. Col. R.E. (Retd.), D.S.O., T.D., A.M.I.E.E. D.0.R.E. Reconstruction, Catterick Camp, Yorks. Private Address: The Hermitage, Richmond, Yorks. Age: 53. Career: 3 years Univ. Coll., London; 3 years Coll. Apprent., Westinghouse Elect. and Mfg. Co., Ltd., Trafford Park; War Service as O.C. 427th Field Coy., R.E. (T.F.), 1914-18, Egypt, Gallipoli, Sinai and France; C.R.E., 4th Army Corps Troops, 1918-19 in France, Flanders and Army of Occupation, Germany; A.C.E., Mesopotamia Forces, 1919-22; Staff Capt., R.E., War Office, 1927-31.

MOWAT, Brig.-Gen. Magnus. C.B.E., T.D., F.R.S.E., M.I.Mech.E. (Life Member), M.Inst.C.E., M.I.E.S. Secretary, The Inst. of Mech. Engrs., Storey's Gate, London, S.W.1. Private Address: Ebor House, Sheen Gate Gardens, London, S.W.14. Career: Apprent., Mech. Engr., N.B. Rly., Cowlairs; Asst. Engr., G.C. Rly.; Asst. Engr., and Sub-Divisional Officer, Indian Midland Rly, Jhansi; Resident Engr., G.I.P. Rly., Agra; Contractor's Engr. on Glasgow Main Drainage; Engr., Millwall Dock Co.; Engr., P.L.A. (East India and Millwall Docks). Member of Council of King's Coll., London. During the war, held various commanding and staff appointments, R.E.; later, Director at War Office. On demobilisation, gazetted to Regular Army Reserve of Officers with rank of Brigadier General.

MOWER, George A. B.Sc., M.I. Mech.E. Chairman and Managing Director, Sturtevant Eng. Co., Ltd., 147 Queen Victoria Street, London, E.C.4.

MOYLE, Ronald Charles. A.M. Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E. Lecturer in Mech. Eng. Dept., Univ. Coll., Southampton. Private Address: 188 Wilton Road, Southampton. Age: 45. After 7 years service afloat in Royal Navy, served from 1919-21 on Tech. Instructional Staff of H.M. Mech. Training Establishment, Portsmouth; Retired in 1922.

MUCKLOW, Graham Fernie D.Sc., A.M.I.Mech.E., M.I.A.E. Lecturer in Eng., The Victoria Univ., Manchester. Private Address: Dowry Cottage, Greenmount, Bury, Lancs. Age: 44. Career: Educ.: Rugby School; McGill Univ.; Manchester Univ.; 1921 Research Asst., Research Assoc. of British Motor and Allied Mfrs.

MUIR, A. A.M. I.Mech.E. 9 Braidbar Road, Giffnock, Glasgow. Scottish Tech. Representative, Tecalemit Ltd., Lubrication Specialists, Brentford, Mddx. Age: 42. Career: Whitehill Secondary Sch.; Glasgow High Sch.; R. Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Apprent., John Reid & Co., Ltd., Naval Architects and Marine Engrs., and Yarrow & Co., Ltd.; 1915-19, P.O., R.N.A.S., and Sergt. R.A.F.; Marine Draughtsman, John Reid & Co., N. York, 1919; Tech. Partner, Steele, Turner & Wright, Elect. and Mech. Engrs., 1920-24; Tech. Representative, Paterson Hughes Eng. Co., 1924-25; Plant Engr., Melville, Dundas & Whitson, Ltd., 1926-28; Tech. Representative, Hans Renold and Renold & Coventry Chain Co., Scotland, 1928-35.

MUIR, Peter G. M.I.E.S., F.R.S.A., F.N.B.A. Private Address: 20 Snaefell Crescent, Burnside, Glasgow. Career: Apprent. with Conliff and Dunlop; subsequently worked at various shipyards, Barrow, Glasgow, Belfast, etc., in charge of the building of all classes of war vessels and of first-class passenger ships for nearly all lines(White Star, Cunard, Anchor, Bibby, etc.). On construction of "Mauritania. " Supervised work in many foreign naval shipyards, Russia, Japan, Spain, etc. For 24 years was Manager to the Soc. Espanol de Construccion Naval. Now retired.

MUIR, William R. B.Sc., M.I. & S.I. Partner, John Hollis & Co., 14 St. Vincent Place, Glasgow, C.1. Private Address: 47 Camphill Avenue, Glasgow, S.1. Career: Metallurgical training, Colville & Sons, Ltd., 1916-20; Glasgow Univ. and.R. Tech. Coll., Glasgow, 1920-24; "1851 Exh." Industrial Bursar, 1924-27; joined J. Hollis & Co., 1927; partner,1937; the firm act as agents for Thos. Firth and John Brown Ltd., Firth Vickers Stainless Steels Ltd., and Manganese Bronze and Brass Co.

MUIRHEAD, William. M.Inst. C.E., M.I.Struct.E. Senior Partner and Founder of the firm of William Muirhead and Partners, Chartered Civil Engrs., Windsor House, Victoria Street, Westminster, London, S.W.1. Private Address: 59 Latymer Court, Kensington, London, W.6. Career: Educ.: Glasgow Tech. Coll. and Glasgow Univ. Pupilage in offices of well-known civil and mining engrs., Glasgow. Asst. on Civil Engr.'s staff, Caledonian Rly., responsible for construction of many important works, bridges, tunnels, etc., in city of Glasgow, including much pioneer work in compressed air; in London since 1898; in charge of building present Vauxhall Bridge over Thames; widening of London Bridge (1901). During war (1914-16) supervised, on behalf of Govmt., factory works of first-class importance and costing over 15 million pounds sterling. Laid out and supervised the construction of the first great arterial road constructed in England, viz., London to Southend-on-Sea, cost 1. millions sterling; supervised construction of tunnel under Thames at Barking, 1920-21; in practice as Executive and Consulting Engr. since 1923; wide range and variety of work and clientele, including Govmt. depts., cities, local authorities, industrial concerns, contractors and engrs. Has acted as expert witness and adviser and arbitrator in many important matters.

MULLENS, H. H. B.Sc., A.M. I.E.E. Brigham House, Highfield, Eaglescliffe, Co. Durham. Chief Asst. Engr., Power Dept. (Southern Area), North-Eastern Elect. Supply Co., Ltd., Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

MULLINER, A. M. A.M.I.E.E. Eng,r., Middleton Corp. Elect. Dept., Mill Street, Middleton, Lancs.

MUNDAY, Henry E. A.M.I.E.E. "Benson," 79 Stanton Road, Stapenhill, Burton-on-Trent. Charge Engr., Burton-on-Trent Corp. Elect. Dept. Age: 48. Career: Mun. Tech. Sch., Devonport; trained, Hereford Corp. Elect. Dept.; service with Canterbury and Shrewsbury Corps. and H.M. Dockyard (Elect. Supply); Charge Engr., Cheltenham, Bedford and Worcester Corps.

MUNRO, Alan S. M. B.Sc. (Edinburgh), A.M.Mech.E. Asst. Works Manager, Brown Bros. & Co., Ltd., Rosebank Ironworks, Edinburgh, 7. Private Address: 7 Oxgangs Road, Edinburgh, 10. Age: 37. Career: Edinburgh Univ.; Draughtsman, Brown Bros., Edinburgh; Asst. to Works Manager, Barr Stroud, Ltd., Glasgow; Instructor in Charge, Eng. Section, Govmt. Training Centre, Glasgow.

MUNRO, Alexander Alan. Assoc. of the Heriot-Watt Coll., Edinburgh. M.I. & S.I., Sheffield Met. Soc. Inspecting Engr., Imperial Chemical Industries, Bill ingham. Private Address: G lenfield, Eaglescliffe. Age: 48. Career: Dollar Academy; HeriotWatt Coll.; Univ., Edinburgh; B.T.H. Co., Rugby; Brush Electrical Co., Loughborough; Aeronautical Inspection Dept.; Aircraft Mfg. Co., Hendon; Lecturer Eng., Edinburgh; Middlesex Ed. C'tee.; Rugby Ed. C'tee.; Loughborough Tech. Coll.

MUNRO, Donald Smeaton. M.I.E.E. Electrical Contractor, and Editor, "Scottish Electrical Engineer, " 11 Randolph Place, Edinburgh. ExPres. -Elect, Contractors' Assoc. o f Scotland; Ex-Chairman, Scottish Centre, I.E.E.; Scottish Representative on Executive of National Register of Electrical Installation Contractors. Books: "Practice of Electrical Wiring." MUNRO, J. A.M. I.E.E. 37 Princes Gardens, Hanger Hill Estate, West Acton, W.3. General Manager, Middlesex Elect. Co., Ltd., Evelyn House, 62 Oxford Street, London, W.1.

MUNRO, Eng. Lt. Comdr. P. C. R.N. (Retd. ), A.M. I.Mech.E. Sarnia, High Park Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Inspector of Shipping and Engineering, Trinity House, Tower Hill, London. Age: 56. Ed.: Grammar School, Newport, ; Municipal Coll., Portsmouth.

MUNTZ, Frederick Alan Irving. B. A.Mech.Sc., M. A.E., A.F.R.Ae.S. A.M.I.P.T. Chairman, Alan Muntz & Co., Ltd.; Director, Airwork Ltd.; Misr Airwork S.A.E.; Indian National Airways Ltd.; Chairman, Airwork General Trading Co., Ltd.; Airwork Engine Service Ltd., Heston Airport, Hounslow, Mddx. Private Address: 3 Palmer Street, Petty France, Westminster, S.W.1. Age: 39. Career: Winchster Coll.; Royal Engineers; Trinity Coll., Cambridge. Liaison Production and Distribution, Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., 1922-28; Managing Director, Airwork Ltd., 1928-37 (Jt. Founder of Heston Airport); Chairman and Managing Director, Alan Muntz & Co., Ltd., since 1937 (proprietors of Pescara free piston engine rights, British Empire).

MURCHIE, Duncan Cook. M. I.Mar.E. Draughtsman, Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd., Renfrew. Private Address: 52 Argyle Rd, Saltcoats, Ayrshire. Career: Ardrossan Academy, Ardrossan; The Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; City Tech. Coll., Liverpool. Apprent. and Draughtsman, Ardrossan Dockyard Co., Ltd., Ardrossan; Marine Engr., Alfred Holt & Co., Liverpool (Blue Funnel Line); present appointment, 1935.

MURDOCH, Robert Galbraith. Assoc.M.Inst.C.E., A.M.I.Struct.E., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. Chief Sewerage Eng. Asst., Borough of Bebington, Brackenwood, Bebington, Cheshire. Private Address: 170 Higher Bebington Road, Bebington, Cheshire. Age: 32. Career: 5 years Asst., J.D. & D.M. Watson; C.E. Asst., Admiralty; Eng. Asst., Blackpool Corp.

MURGATROYD, Frederick. M.Sc. Tech., A.M.I.E.E., M.R.I. H.M. Electrical Inspector of Factories, Home Office, Grosvenor Gardens House, Victoria, S.W.1. Career: Manchester Grammar School and Coll. of Tech.; B.T.H. Co.; Lancashire Dynamo Co.; Morgan Crucible Co.; Admiralty (appointments at Whitehall, West Drayton and R.N. Coll., Greenwich).

MURPHY, E A.M.E.E. 51 Willian Way, Letchworth, Herts. Managing Director, Hume Atkins & Co., Ltd., Letchworth, Herts.

MURPHY, Fred S. Assoc.M.C.T., A.M.I.Mech.E. Mech. Research Engr., Ferguson, Pailin Ltd., Higher Openshaw, Manchester. Private Address: 20 Beeston Avenue, Woodlands Park, Timperley, Cheshire. Age: 31. Career: Manchester Coll. of Tech., 1927-30; Manchester Dist. Armaments Scholar; Apprent., Russell, Newbery & Co., Altrincham ("R.N." Diesel Engine Co.), and Asst. Engr., 1931-38.

MURPHY, Frederick William Nicholas. B.Sc. (Eng.) Hons., A.M.I.Mech.E., A.M.Chem.E. Asst. Manager, Royal Ordnance Factory, Hereford. Private Address: "Highbury," Church Road, Tupsley, Hereford. Age: 33. Formerly Engr., Research Dept., I.C.I. (Alkali) Ltd., Northwich; Shop Manager, Royal Ordnance Factories, Woolwich.

MURPHY, G. J. M.Inst.C.E. Chief Engr., Gt. Southern Rlys., Westland Row, Dublin, C. 5, Eire.

MURRAY, C. C. C.P.E., A.M.I.E.E., R.E. (S.R.). "Ryefield," Galashiels, Scotland. Mains Engr., Scottish Southern Elect. Supply Co., Ltd., Galashiels. Age: 29. Career: Glasgow Univ., 1926-29. Apprent., various Eng. firms; Engr. and Estimator with Robert M. Russell, Ltd., Glasgow, from 192933; present post, 1933.

MURRAY, Cecil Walter. D.F.C., F.R.S.A., M.I.Mech.E. Man. Dir., George Fletcher & Co., Ltd., Masson Works, Litchurch Lane, Derby. Private address: Holly Bank, Repton. Career: Blundell's School; Royal West of Scotland Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Apprent., The Mirrlees Watson Co., Ltd., Glasgow and The New Colonial Co., Ltd., Trinidad. Asst. Engr., Dombe Grande Factory, Portuguese. West Africa; Resident Engr. in the West Indies for George Fletcher & Co., Ltd. War service, Lieut., Queens Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry, B.E.F., seconded to R.F.C. in 1917, served in France in 35 Squadron. Governor of the Imperial Coll. of Tropical Agriculture; Member of Eng. Advisory Committee of Derby Tech. Coll.; Member of Colonial Sugar Committee; President, Derby and Derbyshire Chamber of Commerce; Member of several Socs. of Sugar Technologists in various parts of the world.

MURRAY, Gerald. M.Sc. (Vict.), M.I.S.I., M.I.M. Metallurgist, Pressed Steel Co., Ltd., Cowley, Oxford. Private address: 33, Stanley Road, Oxford (After 1st Sept., 1938). Age: 27. Formerly Metallurgist, Park Gate Iron & Steel Co., Ltd.

MURRAY, J. K. M.I.E.E. Asst. Telecommunications Controller, Scottish Region, Room 35, G.P.O., Edinburgh.

MURRAY, K. G. A.M.I.E.E. With Balfour, Beatty & Co., Ltd., 66 Queen Street, E.C.4.

MURRAY, Oswald William. M.A. (Can tab.), A.11/1. Mech.E, A.1W. I. Chem.E. Chief Engr., Monsanto Chemicals, Ltd., Ruabon, N. Wales. Private address: Brynkinalt Cottage, Chirk, Denbighshire. Age: 37. Career: Eton Coll., 1915-20; Cambridge, 1920, 23; pupil, C. A. Parsons, Newcastle1923-4, and W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd., 1924-27; Works Engr. on Construction and Maintenance Staff, I.C.I. (Alkali), Ltd. (Brunner Mond), 1927-32.

MURRAY-COOMBS, A. M.I.E.E., M.Cons E Consulting Engr., 6, Hanover Square, London, W.1. Private address: 72, Old Shoreham Road, Hove, 4, Sussex.

MURT, R. S. M.Inst.C.E., M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. County Surveyor, Staffordshire C.C., County Building, Stafford. Age: 49. Career: Penwerris Grammar Sch., Falmouth; articled pupil, Borough of Falmouth; Asst., and Asst. County Surv. Cornwall C.C. 1908-19 (includes 3 years War Service R.E.'s); Asst. County Road Surveyor, Durham C.C. *1919-22; Deputy County Surveyor, Buckingham C.C., 1922-28.

MUSGRAVE, Alec. Director, The Magnetic Valve Co., Ltd., Bush House, W.C.2. Private address: 2, Grange Avenue, Totteridge.

MUSSON, S. F. B.Sc. (Eng.), A.M.I.E.E. 18 Windsor Road, County Road North, Hull. Meter Supt., Corp. Electy. Dept., Hull Age: 38.

MUTCH, G. B.A. (Hons. Maths.) Lond. B.Sc. (Hons. Phys.) Manch. A.M.I.E.E., A.Inst.P. Dana Hill, Halifax Road, Nelson, Lancs. Headmaster, Nelson Secondary Sch., Lancs. Age: 45. Career: Manchester Univ.; R.M.A. Woolwich; Sch. of Military Eng., Chatham; Lieut., R.E., Service, France and Italy, awarded Croce di Guerra; formerly Snr. Sc. Master, Nelson Secondary Sch.; Principal, Nelson Tech. Sch.

MYERS, Alfred. M.I.H.V.E. Director, Hall & Kay, Ltd., Air Conditioning Engrs., Ashton-underwf Lyne. Private address: "Brentor, " 100, Broadoak Road, Smallshaw, Ashton-under-Lyne.

MYERS, F. H. E. A.M.I.E.E. 71 Lawford Road, Rugby. Test Engr. attached to Main Planning Dept., B.T.H. Co., Ltd., Rugby. Age: 32. Career: Philander Smith Coll., Naini Tal, U.P., India; 3 years, Portsmouth Tech. Coll.; (Full Technological Cert, Final Hons. Grade City and Guilds); ai years Test Course at B.T.H., 1927-30.

[R. H. A. Myers|MYERS, R. H. A.]] Met Metallurgical Officer, British Iron and Steel Federation, Steel House, Tothill Street, London, S.W.1. Private address: Overmead, Tongdean Road, Hove, 4, Sussex. Career: Repton School; Sheffield Univ. The Cindland Iron Co., Ltd.; Steel, Peech and Tozer (Branch of the United Steel Co., Ltd.); British lion and Steel Fed.

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