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Accidents:

  • Factories and Workshops, Report, 238
  • Industrial Accidents, Research Lectures, 505

Aeronautics :

  • Aircraft Apprentices, Reduced Numbers, 621
  • Aircraft Manufacture, Wilbur Wright Lec¬ture, 146
  • Airscrew Hubs, Standard, 97 Airship R 100, 384
  • Awards, Royal Aeronautical Society, 410
  • Belgian Air-Line Data, 151
  • Imperial Airways Fleet, 525
  • Shanghai, Aeroplane Construction in, 279

Agriculture :

  • Egypt, Machinery Models Museum, 194
  • Milking Machine (Catalogue), 626
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities. 28, 78, 122, 310, 340
  • Royal Society, Report, 791 Tractors (Catalogue), 452

Alloys. See Mining and Metallurgy

Appointments, Awards, &c.:

  • Institute, Fellowships, City and Guilds of London, 176
  • Crompton Medal to Dr. J. S. Davies, 553
  • Elliott Memorial Prize, to S. G. Taylor, 86
  • Kernot Memorial Medal, to J. N. Reeson, 197
  • Manchester College of Technology, Honor¬ary Associateship for Mr. K. Baumann, 494
  • Sheffield University, Electrical Engineering Professorship, 165

Automobiles.

  • See Motor Cars

Boilers. See Engines and Boilers

Bridges :

  • Bridge and Structural Engineers’ Federa’ tion, 649
  • Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 136
  • Riachuelo River Bridge, Proposed, 280
  • Buildings and Building Construction :
  • Aluminium, Use in Architecture, 228
  • Australia, Science House, Sydney, 14
  • Store Construction Contracts, 45

Canals :

  • Panama Traffic, 151, 280, 540

Catalogues :

  • 61, 92, 122, 153, 184, 214, 243, 272, 300 345, 452, 510, 568, 626, 716, 748, 778
  • Adamson, Daniel, & Co., Ltd., 184
  • Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd., 214, 626
  • Alison, J. G., & Co., Ltd., 452
  • Allen, Edgar, Co., Ltd., 61, 92, 214, 272
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., 626
  • Armstrong Whitworth Companies, 243
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease & Co., Ltd., 345
  • Associated Locomotive Equipment, Ltd., 184
  • Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd., 568
  • Autogenwerk Sirius Co., 452
  • Babcock <fe Wilcox, Ltd., 568
  • Bakelite, Ltd., 153
  • Beck, (). N., 184
  • Bell’s Asbestos and Engineering Supplies, Ltd., 214
  • Benjamin Electric, Ltd., 510, 778
  • Berwind-White Coal Mining Co., 214
  • Beyer, Peacock <fc Co., Ltd., 61
  • Birtley Co., Ltd., 716
  • Blackstone <fe Co., Ltd., 61, 122, 626
  • Bobv, R., Ltd., 626
  • Britlsfi Insulated Cables, Ltd., 184, 452, 748
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., 345
  • British Mannesmann Tube Co., Ltd., 568
  • British Metallic Packings (1929), Ltd., 243
  • British Rolling Mills, Ltd., 61
  • British Steelwork Association, 778
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 122, 626
  • British Timken, Ltd., 61
  • Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., 452
  • Brown, David, & Sons (lliidd.), Ltd., 61, 272
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 243,
  • 452, 748
  • B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., 61
  • Budenberg Gauge Co., Ltd., 61, 778
  • Burton, Griffiths <fe Co., Ltd., 61
  • Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd., 214
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 568
  • Carrier Engineering Co., Ltd., 243
  • Cassel Cyanide Co., Ltd., 345
  • Constructional Engineering Co., Ltd., 184
  • Coventry Chain Co., Ltd., 778
  • Coventry Victor Motor Co., Ltd., 452
  • Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., 272
  • Crompton, Parkinson, Ltd., 184
  • Curtis, A. L., 345
  • Darwins, Ltd., 92
  • Davis Metcalfe, Ltd., 510
  • Dempster, R., <fe Sons, Ltd., 568
  • Dewrance Co., 778
  • Dobbie, Mel lines Clyde, Ltd., 716
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.,
  • 153, 626
  • Edison Storage Battery Distributors, Ltd.,778
  • Edward Valve and Manufacturing Co., 345
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 92, 122, 214
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 748
  • Equipment A Engineering Co., Ltd., 184
  • Farmer, Stedall & Co., 345
  • Ferranti, Ltd., 92, 345
  • Fletcher, G., A Co., Ltd., 508
  • Ford Motor Co., Ltd., 452
  • Foster, Wheeler, Ltd., 620
  • Fraser A Glass, 452
  • Gascoignes (Reading), Ltd., 626
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., 122, 568, 778
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., 272
  • Glasgow Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 452
  • Glenfield A Kennedy, Ltd., 272
  • Green, E., A Son, Ltd., 61
  • Gwynne’s Pumps, Ltd., 122, 716, 748
  • Hod fields, Ltd., 184
  • Hallwood A Ackroyd, Ltd., 92
  • Hall, J. A E., Ltd., 510
  • Marland A Wolff, Ltd., 778
  • Haskins, 345
  • Hathorn, Davey A Co., Ltd., 452, 510
  • Hattersley (Ormskirk), Ltd., 61
  • Head, Wrightson A Co., Ltd., 243, 778
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., 184
  • Hick, Hargreaves & Co., Ltd., 92
  • Hoffman Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 184
  • Holland, Bernard, A Co., 272
  • Holophane, Ltd., 61
  • Ilopkinsons, Ltd., 510
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., 626
  • Ismaila Valve, 778
  • J. T. P. Machinery Co., 626
  • Jenkins, Robert, A Co., Ltd., 510
  • Jones, T. C., A Co., Ltd., 61
  • Keighley Gear Co., 61
  • Keith, James, A Blackman Co., Ltd., 184
  • Kelvin, Bottomley <fc Baird, Ltd., 122
  • Ketton Portland Cement Co., Ltd., 778
  • Laurence Scott <fe Electromotors, Ltd., 272
  • Le Boutillier, John, Ltd., 61, 243, 748
  • Leach, 8. G., A Co., Ltd., 184
  • Lennox Foundry Co., Ltd., 184
  • London Aluminium Co., Ltd., 345
  • M.A.N. Co., 61
  • Macinlop, Ltd., 568
  • Manchester Steam Users’ Association, 184
  • Marco, Conveyor A Engineering Co., 716,
  • 763 (Erratum)
  • Marshall, Sons A Co., Ltd., 748, 778
  • McLaren, R., A Co., Ltd., 122
  • Metallurgla Eisen und Stahl - Handel, G.m.b.H., 778
  • Metropolltan-Vlckers Electrical Co., Ltd., 153 (2), 510, 568
  • Midland Iron Co., Ltd., 214
  • Osborne, Samuel, A Co., Ltd., 345
  • Palnut Co., Ltd., 272
  • Pa yen, J., Ltd., 243
  • Pels, Henry, Ltd., 272
  • Perry, F. A.*, 243
  • Petters, Ltd., 345
  • Piggott, T., A Co., Ltd., 243
  • Quasi Arc Co., Ltd., 568, 626
  • Ransome & Maries Bearing Co., Ltd., 510
  • Ransomes A Rapier, Ltd., 153
  • Reyrolle. A., & Co., Ltd., 214
  • Rheostatic Co., Ltd., 153
  • Rhodes, Brydon A Youatt, Ltd., 92
  • Rose, Downs A Thompson, Ltd., 61, 214
  • Separators, Ltd., 748
  • Siemens A Halske, A.-G’., 568
  • Siemens-Schuckert, A.-G., 568
  • Simon, Henry, Ltd., 153
  • Slingsby, H. C., 345
  • Smith A Grace, Ltd., 778
  • Smith, J. W., 778
  • Snow A Co., Ltd., 452
  • Stanley, W. F., A Co., Ltd., 716
  • Stanton Iron Works Co., Ltd., 748
  • Stone, J., A Co., Ltd., 272
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd., 214
  • Sure-Arc Electrode Co., Ltd., 778
  • Swiss Locomotive A Machine Works, 61
  • Tangyes, Ltd., 61
  • Taylor Stoker Co., Ltd., 243
  • Tecalemit, Ltd., 748
  • Thornton, A. G., Ltd., 568
  • United States Metallic Packing Co., Ltd., 748
  • United Steel companies, Ltd., 168
  • Wadkin A Oo« 626
  • Wailes Dove Bltumastic, Ltd., 452
  • Walpamur Co., Ltd., 272
  • Ward, T. W., Ltd., 778
  • Watson A Sons (Electro-Medical), Ltd., 510
  • Weir. G. .v J., Ltd., 248, 510
  • Westinghouse Brake A. Saxby Signal Co., Ltd., 122, 510
  • Williams A Woinersley, 122
  • Wilson, J. II., A Co., Ltd., 626
  • Woods, M. W., Ltd., 61
  • Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., 716

Cement and Concrete :

  • Cements (Catalogue), 778
  • Flagstones, Paving, Concrete, National
  • Physical Laboratory Testing Apparatus, 77
  • Kerbs A Channels, Concrete, Tests, 609
  • Pipes, Concrete (Catalogue), 748

Chemistry. Sec Physics and Chemistry

Coal :

  • Brazilian Railway Contracts, 731
  • Cardiff, 15, 45, 76, 107, 137, 168, 199, 229,
  • 257, 285, 315, 361, 408, 437, 465, 495, 525,
  • 553, 583, 611, 641, 671, 701, 763, 790
  • Cleaning, Dry (Catalogue), 716
  • Coal-Cutting Machines, 'Pipped Picks, 41
  • Colliery Share Prices, 409, 525
  • Egyptian Railway Contracts, 77, 285, 731
  • Freight Prices, 437
  • Handling Plant, Coal and Ash (Catalogues), 568, 626
  • Italian State Railway, Annual Contract, 731
  • Middlesbrough Coke,‘ 14, 45, 76, 106, 136, 168, 199, 229, 257, 285, 314, 361, 408, 436, 461. 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 670, 700, 730, 762, 791
  • Mining Machinery. Electrical (Catalogue), 568
  • Pit Props, Steel (Catalogue), 778
  • Pittsburgh Bituminous Coal Conference, 5
  • Pitwood Contracts, French, 437, 465
  • Sampling and Analysis of Coal, Standard, 175
  • Sheffield, 14. 44, 77, 107, 137, 169, 199, 228, 257, 285, 315, 361, 409, 436, 465, 495, 525, 553, 582, 610, 641, 671, 700, 731, 763, 791
  • Ships, Coal Fuel for (Catalogue), 568
  • South Wales 'Trade Statistics, 315, 701
  • Proughing, Colliery Conveyor, Standard, 119
  • Pub Wheels, Colliery, Standard, 83
  • Welsh Exports, Half-year, 76 Welsh Prices, 315

Colleges. See Education

Companies :

  • Company Registrations, 176
  • Mountstuart Dry Docks Combine, 790
  • Nasmyth, Wilson & Co., Ltd., 360
  • Wood, Edw., & Co., Ltd., Remuneration of Directors, 137

Concrete. Sec Cement and Concrete

  • Cranes, Conveyors, <Scc. :
  • Conveyors (Catalogue), 716
  • Francs, Gantry (Catalogue), 626
  • Home Ollice Regulations, Building Cranes
  • and Hoists, 493 Docks. Sec IIarbour8, Ac.

Education :

  • Architecture, Lectures on. 474
  • Australia, Kernot Engineering School,
  • Melbourne, 537
  • Borough Polytechnic, London, Prizes, 682
  • Business Administration Department, Lon¬don, School of Economics, 106
  • Commercial Education, international Con¬gress, 285
  • Dorman Ixmg Travelling Scholarship, 1931
  • Competition Result, 229
  • Ferranti Scholarship Award, 469
  • Glass Technology Lectures, 626
  • Hygiene, Tropical, Lectures, 495
  • Industrial Accidents, Research Lectures, 505
  • Industrial Designs Competition, Royal Society of Arts, 169.
  • London University College, Awards and Prizes, 113
  • Melbourne, Kernot Engineering School, 386
  • Melbourne University, Kernot Medal Award, 197
  • Naval Architecture, Scholarships, 83, 281, 552
  • North-East Coast Institution Scholarship, 521
  • Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, Chemical Engineering, 609
  • Scholarships, Whitworth, Royal and Free Studentship, 795
  • Sir John Cass Technical Institute, Extension of Premises, 494
  • Technological Institute of Great Britain, 791
  • Whitworth Scholarship Awards, 163

Electricity :

  • Alternator, 72,000 kv.-a., 'Pests of, 168
  • Appliances, Electric (Catalogue), 300
  • Australia, Electrical Firms’ Amalgamation, 763
  • Batteries, Storage (Catalogue), 778
  • Battersea Power Station, Condensers, 452
  • Beacon Station, Wireless, Rangoon, 252
  • Buenos Aires, Electrical Engineers Congress, 316
  • Cable Jointing, Instructional Notes, 184
  • Calcutta, Cable Tunnel under Hooghly, 361
  • Canada, Thermal Power Plants, 338
  • Conduits, Wiring (Catalogue), 122
  • Control Gears, Motor (Catalogue), 452
  • Controls (Catalogues), 452, 626
  • Converters, Rotary (Catalogue), 748
  • Cut-Outs, Standard, 598
  • Electrical Engineering (Catalogue), 568
  • Electrodes (Catalogue), 778 Fans (Catalogue), 309
  • Furnaces, Electric (Catalogue), 568
  • Generation Statistics, Great Britain, 19, 71, 228, 361,553, 698, 790
  • Heaters, Electric (Catalogue), 300
  • Highfleld Shield Competition, 716
  • Instruments (Catalogue), 92
  • Insulators, High-Voltage, Standard, 271
  • Lamps, (Catalogue), 778
  • Lamps, Foreign, Inconspicuous Marking, 45
  • Light Fittings (Catalogues), (SI, 510
  • Machinery (Catalogues), 214, 510
  • Magnets (Catalogue), 92
  • Mains Supply Apparatus, Standard, 163
  • Manchester Fl<«f rieal Industry, 15, 107,
  • 137, 169, 229, 285, 494, 640, 731
  • Medical Apparatus, Electro- (Catalogue), 510
  • Meters, Electric (Catalogue), 345
  • Mining Machinery (Catalogue), 568
  • Motors (Catalogues), 61, 184, 243, 300 (2), 626
  • Offices, Central Heating by Electricity, 645
  • Pillars, Distribution (Catalogue), 300
  • Power Companies, Electricity Supply by, Erratum, 715
  • Pumps, Motor (Catalogue), 92
  • Rectifiers, Battery Charging (Catalogue), 510
  • Starters, Motor (Catalogue), 92, 300
  • Substations (Catalogue), 153
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, 107, 716
  • Sweden, Hydro-Electric Energy in, 346
  • Switchboard (Catalogue), 626
  • Switches (Catalogue), 184
  • Switchgear (Catalogue), 300
  • Sydney (N.S.W.) Electricity Supply, 168
  • Tape, Insulating, Adhesive, Marking of, 106
  • Telephone Ship to Shore, Bristol Channel, 199
  • Transformer, 70,000 kv.-a., 740
  • Transmission (Catalogue), 214, 452
  • Turbo-Generators (Catalogue), 122
  • Welding, Arc, Competition, Second Lincoln, 100
  • Welding (Catalogues), 153, 272, 510, 568, 620, 778
  • Welding Engineers, Institution of, Prize Competition, 164
  • Welding Machines, Arc (Catalogue), 272
  • Wiring Accessories (Catalogue), 748
  • Wiring Regulations, New (Buildings), 150

Engines and Boilers :

  • Air Heaters (Catalogue), 61, 243
  • Boiler Installation, Super-Lancashire, at Hull, Addendum, 471
  • Boiler Mountings (Catalogue), 778
  • Boilers (Catalogues). 184, 748
  • Condensers, Large, for Battersea Power Station, 452
  • Ejectors, Steam, Vacuum-Brake (Catalogue), 510
  • Engines, Steam (Catalogues), 300, 626
  • Feed Heaters (Catalogue), 122
  • Gauges, Pressure and Vacuum (Catalogues), 61, 778
  • Indicator-Cock Connections, Standard, 51
  • Machinery and Boiler Inspection (Catalogue), 184
  • Marshall Steam Engine, Record Service, 641
  • Packing, Metallic (Catalogues), 243, 748
  • Steam Purifier (Catalogue), 626
  • Stokers, Mechanical (Catalogues), 243, 452
  • Superheaters (Catalogue), 184
  • Turbine, Long Non-Stop Run, 791
  • Turbine, British-Ljungstroin, for Hong Kong, 730
  • Turbines (Catalogue), 122, 452
  • Valves (Catalogues), 61, 122, 345, 510, 778

Errata and Addenda :

  • Electricity Supply by Power Companies, 715
  • “ Kcsselbetrieb,” 228
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, 725
  • Morris Marine Motor, 579
  • Ozalid Developing Machine, 533
  • Port Marghera, 257
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibi¬tion, 670
  • Super-Lancashire Boiler Installation at Hull, 471
  • Waico Pipe Wrench, 119

Exhibitions :

  • British Industries Fair, Folder - Letter
  • Circulation, 778 ; Sales Index, 575
  • Faraday, Chemical Section, 229
  • Glass Technology, 494, 626
  • Ideal Home, Scottish, 83
  • Lyons Fair, 637
  • Machine Tool, 1934, 300
  • Machine Tools nt Shipping, Ac., Exhibition, 15
  • Model Engineer, 110
  • Palestine, Tel-Aviv Fair, 450
  • Paris, Motor-Boat Show, 313
  • Paris, Motor-Vehicle Show, 281
  • Physical and optical Societies, 533
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport, 554, 070
  • (Errata)
  • Reinforced Concrete, Poland, 473
  • Shanghai, Engineering and Railway Exhibi¬tion, 650
  • Shanghai, Good Ronds Exhibition, 229
  • Wood Preserving, 384

Explosions. Sec Accidents

Ferro-Concrete. See Cement and Concrete

Flying Machines. Sec Aeronautics

Gas :

  • Acetylene Generators (Catalogue), 452
  • Anti-Gas Services Reunion, 437
  • Chile, Gas Installation Regulations, 533
  • Gas Compressing Machine (Catalogue), 92
  • Helium Production, United States, 385

Gas and Oil Engines :

  • Crude-Oil Engines (Catalogue), 61, 243
  • Diesel Engine Data (Catalogue), 272
  • Oil Engines, Automobile (Catalogue), 626
  • Oil Engines, General (Catalogues), 6L (3), 243, 300, 345, 568, 626
  • Oil Engines, Marine (Catalogue), 300
  • Oil Engines, Two-Stroke (Catalogue), 568

Harbours, Docks and Piers :

  • Bristol Port Film, 52
  • Falkland Islands, Self-Docking Floating Dock, 424
  • Greenock Dock-Improvement Contract, 257
  • Marghera Port, Erratum, 257
  • New Zealand, Floating Dock for Wellington, 150, 552
  • Queensland, Mackay Deep Sea Harbour, 5
  • South Wales Docks Traffic, 229

Hydraulics :

  • Pumping Plant (Catalogue), 510
  • Pumps, Centrifugal (Catalogues), 122, 300,
  • 716, 748
  • Pumps, Motor (Catalogues), 92, 626
  • Pumps, Unchokeable (Catalogue), 122
  • Valves (Catalogue), 778

Industries and Commerce :

  • Address, Changes of, 44, 86, 113, 198, 225, 650, 763, 790
  • Algeria, Commercial Methods in, 763
  • Argentina, Commercial Methods in, 763
  • Asbestos Products, Factory Regulations, 403
  • Australia-Canada Tariff Agreement, 294
  • Australia, Electrical Firms’ Amalgamation, 763
  • Australia, Paper Manufacture, Proposed, 15
  • Barrow-in-Furness as Industrial Centre, 195
  • Belgium, British Chamber of Commerce, 299, 656 ; Hints to Commercial Visitors, 199
  • Birmingham Exchange Directory, 22
  • Board of Trade Markings, Adhesive Insulat¬ing Tape, 106, 692 ; Flush Pipes, Iron and
  • Steel, 106, 298, 775 ; Polishing Wheels, 137; Abrasive Wheels, Ac., 471, 701 ;
  • Abrasive Cloth and Paper, 716 ; Electric Lamp Casings, 763
  • British Steelwork Association, 609
  • Business Administration Department, Lon¬don School of Economics, 106
  • Canada, Arsenic Production, 197 ; Australia Tariff Agreement, 294 ; Edmonton En¬gineering Works, 771 ; Electric Vacuum- Cleaner Manufacture, 118 ; Montreal Port, Tonnage Handled, 103
  • Contracts, 23, 44, 76, 106, 136, 168, 198, 228, 284, 314, 360, 408, 436, 464, 471
  • (Addendum), 494, 524, 552, 583, 610, 640,
  • 670, 700, 730, 762, 790
  • Czechoslovakia, Trade Hints, 100
  • Designs, Industrial, Royal Society of Arts Competition, 169
  • Dutch East Indies, Commercial Methods, 136, 210
  • Foreign Trading Methods, 15
  • Income-Tax Chart, Tolley’s, 480
  • “ Industria Britanica,” 169
  • Iraq, and British Commerce, 298
  • Italy, British Commerce with, 225
  • Lamps, Electric, Foreign-Made, Incon¬spicuous Marking Case, 45
  • Lancashire, New Industries, Developments, 731, 763
  • Lancashire Textile Merger, 437
  • Latvia, Hints to Commercial Visitors, 229;
  • Economic Conditions in, 252
  • Lawn Mower Manufacture bv Textile Firm, 315
  • Malaya, British Commerce with, 361
  • Manchester, District Contracts, 77, 409 ; and New Industries, 15; 791 ; Support of
  • Government’s Economic Policy, 315 ; and Tariffs, 409, 763
  • Manchester, General and Constructional Engineering, 15, 45, 77, 107, 169, 229,
  • 315, 360, 409, 437, 465, 494, 525, 582, 611, 640, 671, 701, 731, 763, 791
  • Morocco, Government Contract Conditions, 175
  • New Zealand, Hints for Commercial Visitors, 640 ; Industries and Resources. 589 Oil-Shale Industry, N.S.W., 731 Overseas Trade Development Council, 199 Overseas Trade Opportunities, 15, 28, 78, 87, 100, 136, 146, 169, 175, 199 (2), 210,
  • 229, 252, 254, 298, 310 (2), 340, 360, 361, 452, 474, 490, 533, 640, 748, 756, 763 (2), 772
  • Personal, 14, 44, 77, 106, 136, 168, 198, 228, 256, 284, 314, 360, 408, 436, 464, 494, 524, 552, 582, 609, 640, 670, 700, 730, 762, 790
  • Plant, Industrial (Catalogue), 568
  • Portugal and British Commerce, 298, 311
  • Publicity Club, Sheffield, 465
  • Sales Index, British Industries Fair, 575
  • Shale-Oil Industry, N.S.W., 731
  • Spain, Economic Situation, 723
  • Swedisli Wood Pulp Exports, 11
  • Switzerland, Hints for Commercial Visitors, 640
  • Tables, Price Conversion, 103
  • Tenders, 14, 44, 76, 106, 136, 228, 256, 284, 314, 360, 436, 464, 494, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 670, 700, 730, 762, 790
  • Tunisia, Market for Internal-Combustion Engines, 254
  • Turkey, Import Trade, 15; Trade with, 169 Ulster as a Manufacturing Centre, 660 United Kingdom, Industrial Production in, 313
  • Uruguay, Restriction of Imports, 285
  • Yugoslavia, Trade Conditions, 310
  • Institutions. See Technical Societies

Iron and Steel :

  • Abnormal Imports Act and the Iron In¬dustry, 731
  • Blast Furnace, Electrically-Operated, Work¬ington, 640
  • British Production, 77, 241, 409, 540, 686
  • Canada, Foundry Plant at Montreal, 225 ;
  • Boiler-Tube Manufacture, 169
  • Cast Iron, Silal Heat-Resisting, 315
  • Cast Iron, Wear of, 388
  • Cleveland, 14, 45, 76, 106, 136, 168, 199, 229, 257, 285, 314, 361, 408, 436, 464,
  • 494, 524, 552, 582, 6L0, 640, 670, 700, 730, 791
  • Coatings, Protective (Catalogue), 452
  • Continental Iron, Welsh Imports, 763
  • East Coast Hematite, 14, 44, 76, 106, 136, 168, 199, 229, 257, 285, 314, 361, 408,
  • 436, 464, 494, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 670, 700, 730, 762, 791
  • Flanges, Steel, for Pipes, Valves and Fittings, Standard, 16
  • Forgings (Catalogue), 748 Iron, Wrought (Catalogue), 214
  • Manchester, 15, 45, 77, 107, 137, 169, 229, 257, 285, 315, 360, 409, 437, 465, 494,
  • 525, 552, 582, 611, 640, 731, 763, 791
  • Middlesbrough, Foreign Ore, 14, 45, 76, 106, 136, 168, 199, 229, 257, 285, 314, 361,
  • 408, 436, 464, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640,
  • 670, 700, 730, 762, 791
  • Middlesbrough, Scrap Prices, 14, 45, 76, 106, 136, 199, 229, 257, 361, 408, 436, 464,
  • 552, 582, 610, 640, 670, 700, 730, 762, 791
  • Nickel Alloy Steels, Mechanical Properties, 795
  • North-West Hematite, 285, 495, 582
  • Paint, “ Arcanol ” (Catalogue), 272
  • Pig-Iron Production, 136
  • Piling, Steel Sheet (Catalogue), 778
  • Pipes, Cast-Iron, Standard, 198; Flush, Marking of, 106
  • Pit Props, Steel (Catalogue), 778
  • Plate Work (Catalogue), 243
  • Prices, Ciiart, 1914-1932, 791
  • Scottish Shipments, 15, 45, 77, 107,169, 199, 229, 257, 284, 315, 361, 409, 437, 465, 525, 553, 582, 611, 641, 671, 710, 730, 763
  • Scottish Trade, 15,45, 77, 107, 137, 169, 199, 229, 257, 284, 315, 361. 409, 437, 465,
  • 495, 525, 553, 582, 611, 641, 671, 700, 730, 763
  • Sheffield, 14, 44, 77, 107, 137, 169, 199, 228, 256, 284, 315, 361, 408, 436, 464, 495,
  • 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 670, 700, 730, 791
  • Soldering Iron, Solon Electric, 315
  • South Wales Shares, Advance in Prices, 525
  • Steel, Austenitic, Products (Catalogue), 345
  • Steelmakers and Steel Prices, 77
  • Steels, Special (Catalogues), 61, 153, 184,
  • 300
  • Summers, John, A Sons, Reopening of Works at Shotton, 701
  • Swedish Exports, 19
  • Tees Imports, 45, 199, 314, 464, 582, 730
  • Tees Shipments, 45, 168, 285, 464, 582, 700
  • Tool Steel (Catalogue), 61 Welsh Exports, 583, 671, 763
  • Welsh Imports, 583, 611, 641, 671
  • Welsh Trade, 15, 45, 107, 109, 137, 168,
  • 199, 285, 361, 437, 495, 525, 553, 701, 763
  • Wheels, Solid Steel (Catalogue), 153

Irrigation :

  • Labour Questions. See Trade Societies

Legal and Legislation :

  • Lamps, Electric, Foreign-Made, Inconspicu¬ous Marking Case, 45
  • Lighting. See Electricity and Gas Literature. See Literature Index Locomotives. See Railways

Machine and Other Tools :

  • Blades, llack-Saw, Long, High-Speed Steel, 649
  • Dies, Screwing (Catalogue), 184
  • Flexible Drive Tools (Catalogue), 272, 300
  • Gear-Cutting Machines (Catalogue), 345
  • Grinding Machines (Catalogue), 452
  • Indicator, Hydraulic Press (Catalogue), 716
  • Machine Tools (Catalogues), 61, 214
  • Machine Tools, Hire-Purchase Scheme, 51
  • Manchester Contract with Russia, 315
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 87, 146
  • Pipe Expanders (Catalogue), 184
  • Saws, Wood, Circular, Standard Attach¬ment, 14
  • Screwing Appliances (Catalogue), 61
  • Shears (Catalogue), 272
  • Turning Tools (Catalogue), 345
  • Vices, Machine (Catalogue), 300
  • Woodworking Machines (Catalogue), 626 (2)
  • Marine Engineering. See Engines and Roilers ; Ships and Shipbuilding

Markets :

  • Cleveland Iron, 14, 44, 76, 106, 136, 168,
  • 199, 229, 257, 285, 314, 361, 408, 436,
  • 464, 499, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 670,
  • 700, 730, 762, 791

Mining and Metallurgy :

  • Aluminium, Canadian, Production of
  • Rolled Sheets from, 741
  • Aluminium Competition, International, 230
  • Aluminium, Industrial Uses, 315
  • Aluminium Work (Catalogue), 345
  • Brass and Phosphor Bronze, Standards, 77
  • Canada, Amorphous Graphite Deposit, 315;
  • Base Metal Production, 38; Bitumen from Alberta Tar Sands, 759; Cobalt Production, 199 ; Deep Gold-Mine Shaft, 122; Dominion Gold Production, 590; Foundry Plant at Montreal, 225 ; Ontario,
  • Gold Production, 15; Salt Production, 150 ; Talc Production 76 ; Welland Manganese Steel Foundry, 552
  • Case-Hardening (Catalogue), 345
  • Cromal, Aluminium-Chromium Alloy, 16
  • Furnaces, Electric (Catalogue), 568
  • Hearths, Smith’s and Blowers (Catalogue), 184
  • Metal Deposition (Catalogue), 300
  • Phosphor-Bronze and Brass, Standards, 77
  • Phosphor-Bronze Castings, Standard, 608
  • Pyrometers, Thermo-Electric (Catalogue), 568
  • Queensland Lead Production, 504
  • Slide Rule for Sheet-Metal Workers, 508
  • Swedish Copper Mine, Proposed Re-Working, 291
  • Thermostats (Catalogue), 122
  • United States, Copper Production, 119;
  • Lithium-Beryllium Light Alloy, 229
  • Miscellaneous :
  • Address, Changes of, 44, 86, 113, 198, 225, 650, 763, 790
  • Australia, Road-Repairing Equipment, 146 ; Tunnel under the Yarra, Proposed, 45
  • Ball Mills, <fec. (Catalogue), 243, 778 Barrows (Catalogue), 345 Birmingham Exchange Directory, 22 Canada, Cycle Manufacture, 170 ; Edmon¬ton Engineering Works, 771 ; Electric Vacuum-Cleaner Manufacture, 118
  • Carron Works and Dr. J. Roebuck, 598
  • Cisterns, Water, Standard, 565
  • Cloth, Varnished, Standard, 176
  • Compressors, Air (Catalogues), 92, 184, 243
  • Contractor’s Equipment (Catalogue), 61
  • Contracts, 23, 44, 76, 106, 136, 168, 198,
  • 256, 284, 314, 408, 436, 471 (Adden¬dum), 494, 524, 552, 583, 610, 640, 700, 730, 762, 790
  • Crushing Machines (Catalogue), 214
  • Disintegrators (Catalogue), 452
  • Door Closer, Automatic, 474
  • Drawing Office Equipment (Catalogue), 778
  • Dust Collectors (Catalogue), 300
  • Engineering, General (Catalogue), 243
  • Engineering Standards Association, British,
  • 14, 16, 51, 77, 83, 96, 107, 119, 163, 175, 176, 198, 271, 315, 365, 598, 608
  • Engineering Standards Association, Cana¬dian, Year Book, 419
  • Engineers’ Stores (Catalogue), 214
  • Fans (Catalogues), 214, 300
  • Fittings, General (Catalogue), 61
  • Fuels from the National Standpoint, 408
  • Gauges, Pressure (Catalogues), 61, 778
  • German Circle, Engineers’, 670
  • Glassware, Lighting (Catalogue), 92
  • Granaries (Catalogue), 153
  • Had field Bust, Swedish Metallographic Insti¬tute, 7
  • Income-Tax Chart, Tolley’s, 480 Industrial Plant (Catalogue), 568 Instruments, General (Catalogues), 153, 716
  • Kiln Linings (Catalogue), 345
  • Laboratory Equipment (Catalogue), 300
  • Leeds Commercial and Technical Library, 748
  • Loading Appliances (Catalogue), 345
  • Lubrication and Lubricants (Catalogue), 214, 300, 748
  • Manchester, General and Constructional Engineering, 15, 45, 77, 78, 107, 169,
  • 257, 360, 409, 437, 465, 494, 525, 582, 611, 640, 671, 701, 731, 763, 791
  • Mill Work (Catalogue), 92
  • Nut-locks (Catalogue), 272
  • Oil-Burner Regulators (Catalogue), 626
  • Oil Filler, Seamless Steel, 15
  • Oil Piping (Catalogue), 568
  • Oil Purifiers (Catalogue), 626
  • Oil Separators (Catalogue), 748
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 146, 199
  • Ozalid Developing Machine, Erratum, 533
  • Packing, Metallic (Catalogue), 243
  • Panel Warming System, British Embassy, Washington, 615
  • Personal, 14, 44, 77, 106, 136, 168, 198, 228, 256, 284, 314, 408, 436, 494, 524, 552, 582, 609, 640, 700, 730, 762, 790
  • Pipe Wrench, Walco, Addendum, 119
  • Piping, Oil (Catalogue), 568
  • Presses, Cyder (Catalogue), 61
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, Report, 267
  • Publicity Club, Sheffield, 465
  • Pumps, Oil (Catalogues), 510, 716
  • Refrigerating and Ice-Making Machines (Catalogue), 510
  • Regulators, Oil-Burner (Catalogue), 626
  • Road Rollers (Catalogue), 300
  • Roads, Burnt Earth, 169
  • Rock Tunnelling Record, 591
  • Rocks, Famous, Illustrated Cards, 592
  • Roebuck, Dr. J., and the Carron Works, 598
  • Rubber Manufactures (Catalogue), 568
  • Rustproofing, Thermozinc, 169
  • “ Safety ” Organisers, Notes for, 107
  • Screw, Self-Tapping Sheet-Metal, 539
  • Shovel, Machine (Catalogue), 153
  • Shutters, Rolling (Catalogue), 345
  • Slide Rules (Catalogues), 508, 568
  • Smoke Abatement Society, National, 24, 284, 792
  • “ Stahl und Eisen,” Jubilee Number, 137
  • Stokers, Mechanical (Catalogues), 243, 452
  • Stone-Breaking Machines (Catalogue), 272
  • Stone-Preparing Machinery (Catalogue), 778
  • Syrens (Catalogue), 184
  • Tachographs (Catalogue), 300
  • Tenders, 14, 44, 76, 106, 136, 228, 256, 284,
  • 314, 436, 494, 524, 552, 582, 610, 640, 700, 730, 762, 790
  • Textile Machinery Trade, North-West Area, 582, 671, 701
  • Textile Trade Amalgamations, N.W. Area, 45, 525
  • Thermostats (Catalogues), 122, 153
  • Trawler Winches (Catalogue), 214
  • United States Highway Research Board, 580
  • Varnish, Bakelite (Catalogue), 153
  • Water-Cisterns, Standard, 565
  • Welding Competitions, 106, 164
  • Windmills (Catalogue), 452
  • Wire-Coiling Machines (Catalogue), 243

Motor Cars, &c. :

  • Armstrong-Saurer Commercial Vehicle, 610
  • Australia, Manufacture of Motor-Car Parts, 507; Road Transport in, 158; Motor Vehicle Registration, 300
  • “ Automobile Engineer,” and Body and Chassis-Design, 480
  • Cars, Mechanical Mishaps to, 279
  • Chassis and Body Unit Design, 480
  • China, Motor-Lorry Industry in, 169
  • Garage Equipment. (Catalogue), 300
  • Garage Lighting (Catalogue), 778
  • Gaskets (Catalogue), 243
  • Great Britain, Registered Vehicles, 257, 400, 553, 716
  • Liverpool, Motor-Omnibus Developments, 409
  • Manchester Area, Transport Contracts, 15, 137, 229, 257, 285, 437. 494, 611, 640, 671, 763
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 176, 494, 748, 756
  • Registrations, Motor-Vehicle, Great Britain, 257, 400, 553, 716

Naval :

  • “Crescent,” H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 436
  • “ Cvgnet,” H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer 436
  • Portuguese Sloops “ Gonzalo Velho ” and “ Goncalves Zarco,” 537
  • Sea pa Flow, Salvage Operations, 96

Naval. See also Aeronautics

Obituary. See General Index

Physics and Chemistry :

  • Faraday Exhibition, Chemical Section, 229
  • Pumps and Acid-Resisting Vessels (Cata¬logue), 184

Power Plants. See Electricity

Power Transmission :

  • Bearings, Bali (Catalogue), 184, 510
  • Bearings, Roller (Catalogue), 61, 510
  • Chains, Driving (Catalogue), 452, 778
  • Gears (Catalogues), 61 (2), 272 (3)
  • Power Transmission, General (Catalogue), 122
  • Pulley, Steel, Split, Sankey-Lloyd, 409
  • Shafting, Ac. (Catalogue), 778

Railways and Locomotives :

  • Australia, Melbourne Locomotive Erecting and Repair Shop, 22 ; Suggested Unity of Control, 152
  • Brakes, Wagon, Either-Side, Rules, 649
  • Canada, Heavy Rails in, 137 ; Railway
  • Construction in Northern Ontario, 429;
  • Pacific Railway, Use of Alberta Oil, 229
  • China, Locomotive Construction in, 254
  • Railway Construction, 193, 622 ; Use of Rail-Motor Cars, 284
  • Fuel Association, International Railway, 107
  • Great Western Railway, Express Freight Services, 229
  • Italy, Milan Station, Train-Arresting Device, 146
  • Liverpool Docks, Out-of-Gauge Railway Traffic, 137
  • Locomotives (Catalogues), 61, 184, 748
  • Locomotives, Mining, Battery and Cable Reel, 314
  • Manchester Area, Railway Contracts, 15, 409, 552, 611, 791
  • Officials, Railway, Universal Directory, 11
  • Persian Railway, Swedish Contracts for Materials, 137
  • Queensland, Rail Motors in, 137
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, 710
  • Railway Year Book, 8
  • Rolling Stock (Catalogue), 61 Scottish Contracts, 137, 257
  • Signals, Railway (Catalogue), 122
  • Single-Line Working (Catalogue), 748
  • South Africa, German Sleeper Contract, 244
  • Swedish State Railways, Electrification, 22
  • Transport Feat, England-Hungary, 691
  • Wheels, Solid Steel (Catalogue), 153

Schools. See Education

Sewage and Drainage :

  • Disintegrators (Catalogue), 452

Ships and Shipbuilding :

  • Australian Lighthouse-Service Vessel, 7
  • Blocks, Cargo-Lifting, Standard, 96
  • Bristol Port Film, 52
  • Bulkhead Doors, Hydraulic Operation (Catalogue), 300
  • Cardiff Pilotage Charges, 641, 731
  • Cardiff Steamer with Officer Crew, 361
  • Clyde Activities, 15, 169, 199, 257, 285, 437, 495, 553, 582, 700
  • Coal Fuel for Ships (Catalogue), 568
  • Engines, Motor-Boat (Catalogue), 452
  • Geneva, Motor-Boat Regatta, 45
  • Instruments, Navigating (Catalogue), 122
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 78, 106, 163, 228, 316, 579, 702, 762, 792
  • Lloyd’s Register, Wreck Statistics, 46, 136, 388, 641
  • Machinery, Marine (Catalogue), 300
  • Montreal, Port, Tonnage Handled, 103
  • Morris Marine Motor, Errata, 579
  • Outboard Motor Test, 385
  • Pulverised-Coal Firing (Catalogue), 214
  • Rangoon Wireless Beacon Station, 252
  • Russia, Sale of Steamer to, Long-Term Credit, 107
  • Scottish Contracts, 45, 582, 611, 700
  • Scottish Shipbuilding, 15, 169, 199, 257, 285, 437, 495, 553, 582? 700
  • Shipbuilding (Catalogue), 778
  • South Wales Shipping Activity, 553, 58S;
  • Shipping Transfer, 285 ; Ships Laid up, 465
  • Telephone, Ship to Shore, Bristol Channel, 199

Societies. See Technical and Trade

Strikes See Trade Societies

Technical Societies, &c. :

  • Aeronautical Society, Roy^l, 410, 437
  • Architects, British, Royal Institute, 474
  • Arts, Royal Society of, 169
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, 553, 641
  • Australia, Institution of Engineers, 169, 267
  • Bituminous Coal, International Conference, Pittsburgh, 5, 284
  • Bridge and Structural Engineers, National Federation, 649
  • British Association, Chemistry Section, 229
  • British Engineers* Association, 656
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, 592
  • Chemical Industry, Society of, 45, 473
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of, 635
  • Commercial Education, International Con¬gress, 285
  • CongrSs International d’Electricitd, 729
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, 16
  • Electrical Engineers’ Congress, Buenos Aires, 346
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, 77, 107 199 469 553
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, Scottish Centre, 610
  • Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Associa¬tion, 107, 436
  • Engineers, Institution of, Australia, 169, 267
  • Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of, 474, 710
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association, 471, 626
  • Fuel Association, International Railway, 107
  • Fuel, Institute of, 408, 610
  • Highway Engineers’ Institution, 656
  • Iron and Steel Institute, 77, 80, 256, 408
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, 436, 725
  • King’s College Engineering Society, 680
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of, 193, 384
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, 437, 529, 725, {Errata) 731
  • Metals, Institute of, 11 Mining Engineers, Institution of, 41
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of, 23
  • Municipal Electrical Association, Inc., 156
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, 83, 552, 671
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, 521, 611
  • Public Works, Roads and Transport Con¬gress, 554
  • Radiology, British Institute of, Annual Congress, 680
  • Reinforced Concrete Conference, Poland, 473
  • Sanitary Institute, Royal, 169, 222
  • Swedish Metallographic Institute, 7
  • Testing Materials, New International Asso¬ciation, 229
  • Transport, Institute of, 539
  • Welding Conference, U.S.A., 617
  • Welding Engineers, Institution of, 164
  • Westland Aircraft Society, 726
  • Whitworth Society, 53

Telegraphy. See Electricity

Telephony. See Electricity

Tools. See Machine and Other Tools

Trade Societies, &c. :

  • Accidents, Electrical Workers’ Protection 40; Factories and Workshops Report, 238; New York Compensation Case Statistics, 562
  • Admiralty Workers’ Wages Cuts, 472
  • Agriculture, Economic Dangers of Meclian-ised Production, 281
  • Anomalies Bill, “ Man and Metal ” Com¬ments, 133 ; T.U.C. on Misunderstanding of Purpose, 238
  • Appleton, W. A., on the Gold Standard and Employment, 620
  • Austin, Sir H., on Industrial Peace, 798
  • Australia, Unemployment, Legislation for Prevention and Relief, 534
  • Austria, Unemployment Figures, 114 ; Ban on Employment of Certain Classes, 418
  • Baldwin, Mr., on the Coal Mines Act, 1931, 39 Barnes, G. N., on Industrial Peace, 798 Belgium, Scientific Management Question¬naire, 281
  • Blast-Furnacemen’s Wages, 44, 137, 494
  • Boilermakers’, <fec., Society, Membership and Benefit Data, 114, 253, 534, 679; Pro¬posed Reduction of Superannuation Benefit, 253, 534 ; South Wales Strike, 465, 495
  • Brazil, Overtime Regulations, 637
  • Building Trade Workers on Difficulties of Rationalisation, 73; Rejection of Pro¬posed Wages Agreement, 114, 195; Temporary Agreement, 446
  • Canada, Unemployment Figures, 340 ; Old- Age Pension Legislation, 591
  • Cardiff Coal Trimmers, “ Standing Off ” and Unemployment Benefit Decision, 699
  • China, Industrial Development, Ten-Year Programme, 281
  • Citrine, Mr., on Alternatives to Cabinet’s Financial Proposals, 340
  • Civil Service Clerical Association, Mr. Brown on the Economic Crisis, 340; Staff Side, and Economy Proposals, 472
  • Civil Service, Royal Commission and the Cost-of-Llving Bonus, 133
  • Cleveland Ironstone Miners’ Wages, 76, 524
  • Coal Mines Act, 1931, 39 ; Mining Associa¬tion’s Objections, 39; Mr. Baldwin on the Error of the Term Limit, 39; Mr.
  • Samuel on the Need and Gravity of the Act, 39
  • Communist Party in Great Britain, 195
  • Cook, A. J., The Late, 691
  • Co-operative Society Workers’ Wage Reduc¬tions, 165
  • Cotton Trade, Eight-Loom Question, Messrs. Nelson’s Scheme, 114 ; Cotton Spinners’ Association and Weavers, Conference on More-Looms-per-Weaver Question, 165, 195, 238, 281, 340, 386, 418, 637, 699, 726, 798 ; Looms, International Statistics, 281; Conference on Some Means of Reducing Cost, 418, 472; Weavers’ Approval of Automatic Looms, 620; Weavers’ Desi¬derata as to Pay and Conditions, 620 ; 48-Hour Working Week, Alleged Breaches by Firms, 637 ; Cotton Parliament, Mr. Naesmith’s Suggestion, 679; Form of Notice by Master Cotton Spinners to Terminate 1919 Agreement, 699 ; Notices Terminating Price-List Rates Abandoned, 726 ; 1919 Agreement, Workers’ Unwil¬lingness to Abrogate, 759, 798
  • Coventry Sheet-Metal Workers, Individual Output Dispute, 798
  • Czechoslovakia, Agricultural Production, Mechanised, Economic Dangers of, 281 ; Overtime Permit Figures, 562 ; Painters’ Conference and the Prohibition of White Lead, 620
  • Denmark, Democratic Policy on Rational¬isation and Workers’ Interests, 73
  • Economic Reconstruction, Mr. Hichens on Deflation and Inflation, 165
  • Electrical Trades, Unemployment in the Industry, 238
  • Electrical Trade Union, on the State of Trade and the Workers, J. R.’s View, 759
  • Electricity Supply Industry, National Joint Council Wages Settlement, 24, 114, 133, 637, 699 : Adverse Comments by E.T.U., 114, 238; A.E.U. and Employers’ Ultra Vires Action in Wages Dispute, 504
  • Employment Exchange Reports, 24, 40, 73, 74, 114 (2), 133, 195, 238, 253 (2), 281, 340, 386 (2), 417 (2), 446, 472, 504, 534 (2), 562, 591, 620, 637, 679, 726, 759 (2), 797
  • Engineering Trades (Government Services) on Applying New Working Conditions to Government Establishments, 238
  • Engineering Union, Amalgamated, Member¬ship and Benefit Data, 73, 195, 386, 504, 637, 759 ; Comments on Working Con¬ditions Agreement with Employers, 73, 195; Expulsion of Dissentients under Rule 21, 195; Rejection of Yorkshire Firm’s Piecework Rate Proposals, 281 ; Increased Contribution and Suspension of Benefit, 386; Electric Supply Industry, Wages Dispute and Employers’ Ultra Vires Action, 504 ; Olympia Exhibition as Reflecting British Engineers’ Skill, 504 ; Ship Repairs, Necessity for Employment of British Workers, 759
  • European Union Commission of Inquiry on Economic Problems, 446
  • Factories and Workshops Report, Fatalities, 238
  • Factory Inspector’s Report, Operation Results of Five-Day Week, 418
  • Federation of Unions, International, and the Organisation of Women Workers, 281
  • Finland, Agricultural Workers’ Wage Re¬ductions, 591
  • France, Holiday Legislation for Workers, 165; Public'Works Scheme to Reduce Unemployment, 562 ; State Contracts and Disproportion of Alien Employees, 562; Allen Workers, Preferential Retention of, 637; Unitarian Labour Confederation (“Minority Movement”), Policy Proposals, 726; Unemployment Statistics, Official, 759; Farming, Mechanisation of, and Effect on Labour Conditions, 759 .
  • Furniture Trades’ Federation, London, Wage Reductions Notice, 195
  • Furniture Trade Unions, Opposition to Wage Reductions, 238
  • Gas Industry, Wage Regulation Scheme, 759
  • General Federation of Trades, Mr. Appleton on Wages Attacks and Refused Negotia¬tions, 238; Affiliated Societies and Sta¬tistics, 238, 620; Annual Report, 620; Gold Standard as Affecting Employment, 620
  • Germany, Reduction of Working Hours to Spread Employment, 24 ; Unemployment Figures, 73, 114, 446, 562, 620, 699, 726 ; Unemployment Insurance, Excess of Payments over Receipts, 417; Local Authority Employees, Reduction of Wages, 446; Textile Workers on Rationalisation in Europe, 562 ; Dr. Stegerwald on the Hours of Work Problem in Germany, 562 ; Unemployed, Agricultural Colonies Scheme, 591 ; Short-Time Control, Appeal Court Judgment in Favour of Employer, 637 ; Economic Distress, Socialist and Capitalist Contentions as to Causes, 699; Wages and Working Conditions, Recent Changes, 797
  • Gold Standard, Departure from, and Em¬ployment, 620
  • Hayday, Presidential Address to T.U.C., 340
  • Hichens, W. L., on Deflation and Inflation in Economic Reconstruction, 165
  • Holidays, Compulsory, for Reducing Unem¬ployment, Suggested Inquiry, 24
  • Holidays with Pay, European Practice, 165
  • Holland, Netherlands Federation Resolu¬tions as to Working Hours, 620
  • Hours of Work, <fec., under the Five-Day Week, 418
  • Hungary, Unemployment Figures, 114
  • Industrial Notes. See Labour Notes (below)
  • Industrial Peace Union, Declaration of Aims, 798
  • Industrial Situation, 114, 253, 418, 534, 679, 797
  • Insurance, Unemployment. See Unemploy¬ment Insurance (below)
  • International Labour Organisation, British
  • Government and Hours on Board Ship, 73 .
  • Migration, International, of Workers, Pro¬posals, 133 ; on Holidays, with Pay, for Workers in European Countries, 165; British India, Industrial Dispute Statis¬tics, 238 ; Chinese Ten-Year Programme for Industrial Development, Data, 281 ; Japanese Factories, Limitation of Labour Hours for Young Persons and Women, 386; Austria, Emergency Ban on Em¬ployment of Certain Classes, 418 ; Em¬ployers’ Suggestion to Ban New Items on Agenda, Rejection of, 504 ; Washington Hours, National Ratifications, Conditional and Unconditional, 591 ; Hours of Work, Workers’ Group and Shorter Hours, 620 ; Labour Oiilce Publication on Social Aspects of Rationalisation, 699
  • Iron and Steel Association, British, on Reorganisation of the Industry as Public Utility Corporation, 238
  • Iron Trade Wages, 137, 169, 437, 525, 700
  • Italy, Aviation Pilots, Wages Determination, 133 ; Engineers, Fascist Union, Proposed Incorporation in State, Conditions of Scheme, 165 ; Unemployment, Proposed Relief Works, 253 ; Accident Prevention, Statutory Inspection Statistics, 386; Accident Prevention, Ministry of Corpora¬tion’s Report and Proposals, 620 ; Fascist Privilege and Staff-Reduction Dismissals, 637 ; Cargo Vessels, Collective Agreement and Economic Co-operation, 759
  • Japan, Trade Union Statistics, 24 ; Limita¬tion of Hours in Factories for Young Persons and Women, 386
  • Labour Conference, International, and Electrical Workers’ Accidents, 40; Pro¬posed Investigation of Conditions of Work in Iron and Steel Trades, 40
  • labour Ministry Reports, 24, 40, 73, 74, 114 (2), 133, 195, 238, 253 (2), 281, 340, 386 (2), 417 (2), 446, 472, 504, 534 (2), 562, 591, 620, 637, 679, 726, 759 (2), 797
  • Labour Notes, 24, 39, 73, 114, 133, 165, 195, 238, 253, 281, 340, 386, 417, 446 472, 504, 534, 562, 591, 620, 637, 679, 699, 726, 759, 797
  • Light Castings, National Federation,Workers’ Wages Settlement, 165
  • ” Man and Metal,” on Alleged Abuses of Unemployment Insurance, 40; on the Anomalies Bill, 133
  • Management Institute, International, Con¬clusions and Resolutions on Rationalisa¬tion, 165
  • Mercantile Marine Officers, Wage Reduction Agreement, 759
  • Metal Workers, Christian, International Federation, Proposed Inquiry into Metal Workers’ Position, 24
  • Metalworkers Federation, British Section, Numbers and Officers, 40
  • Miners* Federation, Mr. Edwards on Raising the Economic Level of
    • Industry, 114 ; Unemployment Insurance Report, Ad¬verse Resolution, 114; Demand for New Workmen’s Compensation Act, 114 ; Minimum Wage Act, South Wales Demand for, 340; Membership of Mine Workers who are not Miners, 504
  • Mining Association and the
    • Mines Act, 1931, 39
  • Mining Industry,
    • , Settlement Negotia¬tions, 24;
    • Mines Act, 1931, 39 ; Mr. Edwards on Economic Level of the Industry, 114; Scottish Miners’ Wage Agreement with Owners, 165 ; Cumber¬land Miners’ Strike, 195 ; Public Owner¬ship and Control, Practicability of, 472 ; Miners’ Federation and Membership of Mine Workers who are not Miners, 504
  • Motor Vessels, Engineer Officers Revised Pay, 504
  • National Conciliation Board, Co-operative Society Workers’ Wage Reductions, 165 Nationalisation Proposals, Mines, 73 ; Rail¬ways, 73
  • Nelson, James, Ltd., New Scheme for Weavers, 114
  • “ New Way,” New Year Messages from Public Men, 798
  • Norway, Labour Dispute Losses, 562
  • Ophthalmic Treatment Board, Circular Relating to Service, 340
  • Patternmakers’ Association, United, Mem¬bership Data, 114, 238, 417, 534, 797 ; New Agreement as to Working Conditions, 114, 534 ; Unemployment Figures, 238, 534 ; Economies in Administrative Expenditure, 634
  • Pensions, Old-Age, Canadian Legislation and Policy, 591
  • Pensions, Workers’, Simmonds and Stokes’ Scheme, 133
  • Poland, Hours of Work, Suspension of Permits for Extending, 534 ; Regulations for Extending or Reducing Working Hours, 637
  • Post Office Workers, Wage Demand, 238
  • Railway Apprentices, Limitation Question, 281
  • Railwaymen, .National Union, Repeal of Trade Disputes Bill Urged, 73; Amend¬ment of Rules (Proposed) to Admit Transport Undertakings, 74; on the Railway Apprenticeship Problem, 281 ; on Menace of Attack on Guaranteed Day, Ac., 195; Railway Electrical Workers* Pay, Rejection of Joint Application, 679
  • Rationalisation Movements, Textile, and Other Trades, 45, 562; Danish Demo¬cratic Party on Rationalisation and the Workers’ Interests, 73; Building Trade Workers on Rationalisation Difficulties, 73; International Management Institute, Conclusions on Rationalisation, 165 ; German Textile Workers and Rationalisa¬tion in Europe, 562; Russian Bonus Payments for Successful Schemes, 691; Labour Office Publication on Social As¬pects of Rationalisation, 699
  • Red International, Lozovsky’s Anti-Capitalist Propaganda, 769
  • Russia, Workers’ Responsibility for Main¬tenance of Materials, 24; Agricultural Work and Mechanisation, 40; Payment by *' Amount and Quality ” of Work, 40 ; One-Man Management and One-Shift Day, 40 ; Soviet Miners’ Low Output and the Mechanisation Remedy, 73; ” Progressive Premium System ” and Improved Results, 133; Non-Industrial Units, 165 ; Amtorg Trading Corporation and American Skilled Workers, 253; Occupations for Women, Exclusive and Preferential, 281 ; Social Insurance*Sys¬tem, Administrative Data, 472; Trade Union Membership, Figures and Facilities for Admitting New Members, 562 ; Metal Industry, Reasons for Introduction of Piecework, and Rates, 591 ; Bonus Pay¬ments, Extension of System, 591 ; Ration¬alisation, Bonus Payments for Successful Schemes, 591 ; Inventions, Bonus Pay¬ments for, 691 ; Building Trades, Intro¬duction of Piecework, 620 ; Red Inter¬national, Lozovsky’s Anti-Capitalist Pro¬paganda, 759
  • Salaried Employees, Swedish, New Organi¬sation and its Aims, 24
  • Samuel, Mr., on the Coal Mines Act, 1931, 39
  • Scottish Colliery Enginemen and Boilermen’s Association, Resistance to Wage Cuts, 340
  • Shipbuilding Industry Conference of Em¬ployers and Employed, on Wages, Ac., 24, 114, 133, 353 ; Terms of Employers' Proposals, 253; Rejections of Terms by Men’s Representatives, 253 ; Acceptance by Unions under Protest, 446
  • Shipbuilding Repairs, A.E.U. on Employ . ment of British Workers, 759 Ships’ Officers’ Pay, Proposed Revision, 611
  • Simmonds A Stoker, Pension and Benefit Scheme for Workers, 133
  • South Africa, Workmen’s Compensation and Federated Chamber of Industries, 726
  • South Wales Boilermakers’ Strike, 465, 495
  • Spain, Hours of Work and Overtime, Regu¬lations by Decree, 504 ; Industrial Dis¬putes, Strike and Lockout Regulation Bill, 699 ; Chambers of Commerce Higher Council on Conciliation, Arbitration, Ac., 726; Production and Welfare, Interde¬pendence, 726
  • Strike Statistics, 114, 253, 418, 534, 679, 797
  • Sweden, Salaried Employees, New Organi¬sation and its Aims, 24 ; Industrial De¬pression, 40; Confederation of Unions and the Shorter Working Week, 562
  • Switzerland, Old-Age and Death Insurance, Compulsory, 620
  • Textile Trade, Wage Reduction Ballot Analysis, 195; Yorkshire Power-Loom Overlookers and the Wages Agreement, 195; Temporary7 Agreement with Messrs. Spencer, 472
  • Textile Workers, International, Deprecia¬tion of Periodic Overtime, 562
  • Trade Disputes Bill, 73
  • Trade Union Election Expenses, Lesson of, 591
  • Transport and General Workers’ Union, Annual Report, 24 ; Biennial Conference, Mr. Kershaw on Workers’ Standard of Living and Private Enterprise, 24 ; On Workmen’s Compensation Bill, Proposed, 40
  • Transport Workers, Docks Section, New Wage Agreement, 726
  • Trades Union Congress, General Council on Economic Development and Trade Rela¬tion Planning, 73, 386 ; Transport Work¬ers on Workers’ Share in Public Control, 73 ; Miners and Nationalisation of Mines, 73; Iron and Steel Trades Confederation and Reorganisation of the Industry, 73, 386 ; Railwaymen and Nationalisation of Railways, 73 ; General Workers and the Trades Disputes Act Repeal, 73 ; United Pattern Makers’ Demands, 73: Coal Trimmers Union’s Demands, 73 ; Anoma¬lies Bill, Misunderstanding of Purpose, 238 ; on the Economic Problem, Suggested Remedial Measures, 253 ; Mr. Hayday’s Presidential Address, 340 ; Mr. Citrine, on Alternatives to Cabinet Policy, 340 ; Bristol Congress, Resolutions, 340 ; Em¬ployers’ Organisations and British Indus¬tries, Confirmation of Council’s Report, 340 ; U.S. Delegate on Unemployment in United States, 386 ; Mr. Hayday on Closer Relationship between Industrial and Political Wings of Labour, 472, 620, 637 ; Resolution against Reduction of Unem¬ployment Benefit, 472 ; Colliery Firemen’s Federation, Representation Question, 504 ; Mr. Citrine on Trade Union Political Policy, 637
  • Trade Union Statistics for 1930, 534
  • Unemployment Insurance, Advisory7 Com¬mittee on Regulations to meet Anomalies, 281 ; Mr. Hayday’s Views on the Regula¬tions, 340 ; Benefit Rates, Results, Ac., under National Scheme, 417; Resident Employers’ Liability for their British Employees abroad, 679 ; Anomalies Act, Rejection of Women Workers’ Claims, 679 ; Cardiff Coal Trimmers, Benefit and “Standing Off ” Decision, 699 ; Further Disallowance of Claims, 726. See also United States (below)
  • Unemployment Reports, 24, 40, 73, 74, 114 (2), 133, 195, 238, 253 (2), 281, 340, 386 (2), 417 (2), 446, 472, 504, 534 (2), 562, 591, 620, 637, 679, 726, 759 (2), 797
  • Unions, Trade, Statistics for 1930, 534
  • United States, Machinists on Automatic Machinery and Unemployment, 133; Workmen’s Compensation Cases, Curious Claims, 133; Wages Reduction Cuts, Proposed, 133, 446 ; Mr. Green on In¬creased Productivity and Real Wages, 133 ; Old-Age Pension Schemes. 195; American Labour Federation, Recommendations to Reduce Unemployment, 238; Suggested
  • Modification of Prohibition Laws, 472 ; Moreschi, J. V., on Cause of Unemploy¬ment in the States, 380 ; Economic Con¬gress, National, Proposed, 386 ; Manufacturer’s Attempted Forced Loan from Employees, 886 ; Wisconsin Labour Code, 446 ; Labour Resentment at Wages Cuts, 446 ; Machinists, International, and News¬paper Proprietor, Agreement for Adjust¬ing Grievances, 446 ; Machinists and Mr. Swopes’ Scheme, 534 : New York, Com¬pensation Cases due to Skin Affections, 472 ; Minister of Corporation’s Plea for Wider Outlook by Union Officials, 472; Stabilisation of Industry, Mr. Swope’s plan, 534 ; Wages Movement and Cost of Living, 562; New York Compensation Cases, Statistics, 562 ; New York Foremen High Fatality Rate, 562; Vancouver.
  • Convention, Work versus Unemployment Insurance Legislation, 637; Amusement Industry, Effect of Changes on Unemploy¬ment, 637 ; Building Industries, Effect of Winter Weather, 637 ; Industrial Hygiene and the “ New Man ” Difficulty, 679; New York Unemployed, Winter Appropriation for, 679 ; Vancouver Convention, Unem¬ployment Insurance, Unsuitability of British and German Schemes, 679; Dis¬sent of Machinists, 679; Suggestion for Official Observer at Labour Office, Geneva, 726

Uruguay, Men v. Machinery in Public Con¬struction Work, 133 Wage Cutting, Mr. Hayday’s Opposition, 340 Wages, Fluctuation of, 114, 253, 418, 534, 679, 797

  • Washington Hours Convention, National Ratifications, Conditional and Uncon¬ditional, 591 ; Brazil, Regulations regard¬ing Overtime, 637
  • Women Workers, Call for Organisation and Improved Conditions, 281; Russian Women Workers, Exclusive and Preferen¬tial Occupations, 281; Anomalies Act, Rejection of Unemployment Insurance Claims, 679
  • Woolwich Arsena and Enfield Factory, Workers
  • Wages, Protest, 165
  • Workmen’s Compensation, Transport Work¬ers and Proposed Legislation, 40 ; Miners’ Federation Demand, 114 ; South Africa Federated Chamber of Industries and Workmen’s Compensation, 726
  • Trade. See Coal; Iron and Steel; Ships and Shipbuilding; Electricity; Industries

Tramways :

  • Liverpool Tramway Developments, 409
  • Municipal Tramways and Transport Association, 294

Turbines. See Engines and Boilers

Universities. See Education

Vehicles. See Motor Cars; Railways

Warships. See Naval

Waterworks :

  • Adelaide Supply, 133
  • Fittings, Pipe (Catalogue), 272
  • Reservoirs Act, 1930, Panels of Qualified Engineers, 473