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1941 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs
1941 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs
1941 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1941 Jan-Jun: Index

PARAGRAPH INDEX

Accidents :

  • Commercial Vehicle, Constructed of Aluminium Alloys, Effects of Collision, 408

Aeronautics :

  • Ambulance, Flying, R.A.F., 449
  • A.R.P. Equipment Exhibition, 369
  • “ A.R.P. News ” Service, 48
  • Barrage Balloons and Damage to Electricity Undertakings, 104
  • Bombs, Incendiary, Instructions for Dealing with, 387
  • Bomb, Incendiary, Detector, 449
  • Engines, Aero, Nitriding of Cylinder Barrels; 85
  • Helmets, Protective, for Civilian Workers, 68, 209, 235
  • Raid Spotters’ Pocket Book and Log, 370
  • Respirators for Civilians, 235
  • Shelters, Air-Raid, Ventilation (Catalogue), 80 ; Chadwick Prize Awards, 117 ; Lighting- (Catalogue), 200 ; Ventilation Equipment, 469
  • Wilbur Wright Memorial Lecture, 268
  • Alloys. See Afining and Metallurgy

Appointments, Awards, etc. :

  • Ablett Prize, Iron and Steel Institute, 27
  • Albert Medal, Royal Society of Arts, 226 Architecture, Royal Gold Medal, 29
  • Bessemer Medal, Iron and Steel Institute, 268
  • Chadwick Prize Awards, Air-Raid Shelter Essays, 117
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, Medal Awards, 329
  • Chemical Industry, Society of, Medal Award, 363
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize and Medal Award, 150
  • Denny Gold Medal, 168
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, National Certificate and Diploma Awards, 90
  • Foundrymen, Institute of British, Gold Medal Award, 429
  • Gannt Medal, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 409
  • Metals, Institute of, Platinum Medal Awards, 240
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of, Awards, 406
  • Petroleum, Institute of, Scholarship Award, 69
  • Structural Engineers, Institution of,. Bronze Medal Award, 430
  • Surveyor’s Institution Awards, 449
  • Swedish Academy, Royal, Gold Medal Awards, 29
  • Williams Prize, Iron and Steel Institute, 250 Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Boilers. See Engines and Boilers

Bridges :

  • Sydney Harbour, Traffic Returns, 156
  • Buildings and Building Construction :
  • Architecture, Maintenance Scholarships, 135
  • Blasting, Quarry and Mine, Damage Tests, 348
  • Electricity Supply Industry, Works and Buildings for, 489

Canals :

  • Boatmen, Canal Training Grants, 348
  • Panama Canal Traffic, 148, 307, 448

Catalogues:

  • 20, 80, 160, 200, 300, 320, 340, 402, 440
  • Andamite, Ltd., 440
  • A.R.P. Plansafes and Millenium Planfile Co., 300
  • Catalogues—continued.
  • B. E.N. Patents, Ltd., 160
  • Benjamin Electric, Ltd., 200
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 20, 80, 160, 200, 320, 340
  • Budenberg Gauge Co., Ltd., 20
  • Cochran and Co., Annan, Ltd., 300
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., 300
  • Controlled Heat and Air, Ltd.,, 20
  • Dominion Engineering Co., Ltd., 300
  • Davies, F. W., and Son, 440
  • Dowding and Doll, Ltd., 80
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., 340
  • Ferodo, Ltd., 402
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 404
  • Hadfields, Ltd., 200
  • Henderson, John M., and Co., Ltd., 20
  • Hepworth and Grandage, Ltd., 160
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., 40
  • Latem Electrical Co., 200
  • Lindsay, H., Ltd., 200, 300
  • Negretti and Zambra, 80, 160
  • Newman Industries, Ltd., 340
  • Payen, J., Ltd., 440
  • Plastics Export Group, 440
  • Rawlplug Co., Ltd., 440
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., 20
  • Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., 320
  • Saunders Valve Co., Ltd., 80
  • Slip Products Co., Ltd., 440
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd., 340
  • Vent-Axia, Ltd., 80
  • Wagner Electric Corporation, 320
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd., 300, 320

Cement and Concrete :

  • Pipes, Underground, Coating with Concrete, 309
  • Chemistry. See Physics and Chemistry

Coal :

  • Cables, Colliery, and Accessories (Catalogue), 200
  • Cardiff, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 248, 269, 289, 309, 32'9, 349, 368, 388, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Cartridges (Cardox and Hydrox) Order, 328
  • Central Mines Scheme, Amendment Order, 519
  • Cut-Outs, Colliery (Catalogue), 80
  • Generating Stations and- Coal Stocks Deterioration, 350
  • Indian Coal Exports, 324
  • Middlesbrough Coke, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469 489, 5019
  • Miners’ Welfare National Scholarship Scheme, 364
  • Mining Examinations, etc., Order, 405
  • Mining Requisites (Catalogue), 200
  • Sheffield, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 308, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • United States Production, 29, 147, 228, 288, 374, 500, 517
  • Colleges. See Education

Companies :

  • Bethlehem Steel Co., 54
  • Gisholt Machine Co., 129
  • New York Air Brake Co., 245, 248
  • Registrations, England and Wales. 127 Concrete. See Cement and Concrete

Cranes:

  • Melbourne Harbour Portal Crane, 508

Education :

  • Architecture, Maintenance Scholarships, 135
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, Associate Fellowship Examinations, 228, 389
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Examinations, 228
  • Carnegie Scholarships, 229
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, Examination Award, 508
  • Electrical Engineering, National Certificates and Diploma Awards, 90; Scholarships in, 168
  • Engineering Students, Conference of, 249
  • Essex, South-West, Technical College, Report, 408
  • Faraday House Scholarships, 315
  • Lloyd’s Register Scholarship, 129
  • Marine Engineers, Institute of, Examinations, 309
  • Miners’ Welfare National Scholarship Scheme, 364
  • Mining Examinations, etc., Order, 405 Optics, Imperial College Scholarships, 468 Petroleum, Institute of, Scholarship, 69 Sanitary Science, Examinations in, 97 Structural Engineers, Institution of, Examinations, 324, 488
  • Transport, Institute of, Examinations, 299, 495
  • West Hartlepool Technical College, Report, 509

Electricity :

  • Barrage Balloons, Claims for Damage to Undertakings, 104
  • Bomb, Incendiary, Detector, 449
  • Booster, Quadrature, for Long-Distance Power Transmission, Erratum, 487
  • Cables and Accessories (Catalogues), 160, 200
  • Cables, Canadian Standard Specification, 508
  • Cables, Export Regulations, 328
  • Chromium Plating, Testing Thickness, 288
  • Cut-Outs, Colliery (Catalogue), 80
  • Disconnecting Boxes (Catalogue), 20
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, Meter and Transmission Committee Nominations, 396
  • Factory Lighting Service, 110
  • Fans, Electric (Catalogue), 320
  • Generating Stations and Codl Stocks Deterioration, 350
  • Insulating Tape (Catalogue), 340
  • Lighting, A.R.P. (Catalogue), 200
  • Lighting Circuit, Street, Energised by Enemy Action, 488
  • Lighting, Factory (Catalogue), 200
  • Lighting Service for Factories, 110
  • Machine Tool Electrical Equipment, Control Advice, 369
  • Motors, Electric (Catalogue), 340
  • Moulding Machines, Magnetic (Catalogue), 320
  • National Certificates and Diplomas, Awards of, 90
  • Nickel and Zinc, Electro-Deposition .of Alloy Layer, 488
  • Port Macquarie Generating Station, Diesel-
  • Engine Driven, 110
  • Precision Tools, Safeguarding, 360
  • Radiology, Industrial, Institute of Physics, Group, 508
  • Rectifiers (Catalogue), 320
  • Scholarships in Electrical Engineering, 168 ’
  • Starters, Motor (Catalogue), 440
  • Sun and the Ionosphere, 346
  • Supply Industry, Works and Buildings for, 489
  • Switchgear (Catalogue), 20
  • Welding, Arc, Approved Electrodes, 28
  • Winches, Electrically-Driven (Catalogue), 20 Wire, Electrolytic Deposit of Zinc on, 309 X-Ray Analysis in Industry, 428

Engines and Boilers :

  • Boilers (Catalogue), 300
  • Boilers in Egypt, Secondhand, Singular Announcement, 190
  • “ Cheap Steam,” New Journal, 70 Condensing Plant and Cooling-Water Systems, Errata, 468
  • Gaskets (Catalogue), 440
  • Heating Appliances, etc., Export Group, 185 Piston Rings (Catalogue), 160
  • Valves (Catalogue), 80
  • Valves, Stop (Catalogue), 440

Exhibitions :

  • A.R.P. Equipment, 369 Canadian National, 109 Royal Photographic-Society, 449 Santiago de Chile, Industrial and Commercial, 328

Gas :

  • Helium-Producing Plant, Amarillo, Protection of, 489
  • Helium, Texas Production, 158
  • Heating, Gas (Catalogue), 20
  • Producer Gas for Industrial Purposes, 149 Producer Gas Units, Mobile, Export Prohibition,-187 ,
  • War Gases and their Effects, 448

Gas and Oil Engines :

  • Aero-Engines, Nitriding Plant for Cylinder Barrels, 85
  • Diesel Engines, Generating Station at Port Macquarie, 110
  • Petrol Engines, Vedette, for Lifeboats, 110

Hydraulics :

  • Air Pump, Reciprocating, " Airpel,” Addendum, 383
  • Pumps, Self-Priming (Catalogue), 320 Stirrup-Pump Attachment, 383 ; Addendum, 429
  • Stirrup Pump and Incendiary-Bomb Fires. 387

Industries and Commerce :

  • Africa, South, Export and Import Values, 356 Australia, Reports on Industries, 49
  • Baltic Countries, British Property Register, 360
  • Bristol Engineering Directory, 275
  • Cables, Electric, Export Regulations, 328 Canada, Royal Bank of, 21st Year of Monthly Letter, 286
  • Canada, Standard Electrical Goods, 508
  • Carbon Black Imports, Licensing Regulations, 249
  • Chambers of Commerce, Overseas, on First- Instance Data of Requirements, 315
  • Chemicals, Imported, Revocation of General Licence, 155
  • Control Orders : Ball and Roller Bearings, 375 ; Caustic Potash and Potassium Carbonate, 109; Coal Mines (Cardox and Hydrox), 328; Egyptian Cotton, 89 ; Diamond Dies, 30; Eire Exports and Imports, 26, 75,169 ; Home-Grown Hardwoods, 168 ; Iron and Steel, 128,268, 416 ; Village Dumps, 469; Light Metals and Alloys Fabrication, 248; Liquid Fuel for Furnaces, 369 ; Machine Tools, 48, 369, 376; Machinery, Plant and Appliances, 336 ; Mercury and Mercury Compounds, 173, 409; Metal Barrels and Tin-Plate, Goods, 469; Methyl Alcohol and Urea, 519 ; Non-Ferrous Metals, 8,150 ; Paper, 356 ; Shot-Blast Abrasives, Grading, 249 ; Steel Distribution, Booklet, 328; Sulphuric Acid, 249; Home-Grown Hard- Hardwoods, 168; Various Commodities, 63 ; Wood Wool, 106
  • Eire, Emergency Scientific Research Bureau, 300
  • Eire, Motor-Car Tyre Import Order, 248
  • “ Engineering Outlook, IV,” Addendum, 320 Export Credit Guarantee Department, 88
  • Export Groups: Abrasive Papers and Cloths, 128 ; Clay Industries, 96 ; Heating Appliances and Accessories, 185 ; Sheffield Drill Steel, 175 ; Winding Engines, 229
  • Helmets, Protective, for Civilian Workers, 68, 209, 235
  • Insurance, War, Payment on Account under Commodity Scheme, 277
  • “ Journal of Commerce,” Annual Review, 166 Key Industry Exemptions, Removal of, 43
  • Malayan Rubber Shipments, 26,126,163, 243 Motor Vehicle Exports, 255
  • ' Paint Industry, British, 495
  • Paint Materials, Export Concession, 269
  • Paper, Waste, De-Inking of, 469
  • Personal, 8, 28, 48, 68, 88,108,128,148,168, 188, 208, 228, 248, 268, 289, 308, 328, 348, 368, 388, 408, 428, 448, 468, 488, 508
  • Producer Gas for Industrial Purposes, 149
  • Producer-Gas Units, Mobile, Export Prohibition, 187
  • Radiology, Industrial, Institute of Physics Group, 508
  • Refrigerating Machinery, Temporary Supply Licence, 90
  • Rubber Imports, Licensing Regulations, 249
  • Salvage Collection, Amounts and Values, 370, 429
  • Silver Ores Import Licences, 106
  • Southern Rhodesia, Drill-Steel Import Order, 428
  • Southwark, Assistance to Enemy-Affected Businesses, 289
  • Soviet Trade Delegation, Change of Address, 80
  • Standards, American, and British Dominions, 364
  • Swansea Tin-Plate Industry, 8, 360, 485
  • Tenders, 8, 28, 48.; 68, 88, 128, 168, 188, 208 Timber for Road-Vehicle Bodies, 386
  • Tin, Malayan Exports, 163
  • United States, British Imports, 37
  • War Damage, Business Insurance Scheme, 389
  • X-Ray Analysis in Industry, 428
  • Zinc Bromide, Key Industry Duty Exemption, 346
  • Institutions. See Technical Societies
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Gas and Oil Engines

Iron and Steel :

  • Abrasives, Grading of Angular Chilled-Iron Grit, 249
  • Bessemer Gold Medal Award, 268
  • Bessemer Steelmaking, Photo-Electric Control, Erratum, 248
  • Bethlehem Steel Co., Extension Schemes, 54 Brake Drums, Alloy Cast Iron for, 485 Brazilian Ore Exports, 329 ••
  • Canada, Iron and Steel Production, 49; Structural Steel Sections in, 329
  • Carillon Tower, Welded Steel-Framed, 256 Carnegie Research Scholarships, 229 Cleveland Basic Iron Prices, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449 469 489 509
  • Cleveland Iron’ Market, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Cleveland Manufactured Iron and Steel, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Census of Stocks, Iron and Steel Products, 9 Control Prosecutions, 128, 268
  • East Coast Hematite, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Furnace, Blast, Hamilton, U.S.A., 48
  • Furnace, Open-Hearth, 190-Ton, Bethlehem Steel Co., 269
  • Middlesbrough Foreign Ore, 9, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229,'249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489
  • Middlesbrough Scrap Prices, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Prices, Iron and Steel, Chart of, 20
  • Products, Iron and Steel, Census of Stocks, 9 Salvage Dumps, Village, 469
  • Salvage, Scrap, L.M. and S. Railway, 509
  • Scottish Iron and Steel Trade, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 108, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 448, 469, 489, 509
  • Sheet and Strip Production, Bibliography, 188
  • Sheffield Drill Steel, Export Group, 175
  • Sheffield Iron and Steel Trade, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 129, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 249, 269, 308, 329, 349, 369, 389, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Stainless Steel, Austenitic, Fatigue Strength, 495
  • Stainless-Steel Spraying for Reconditioning, 500
  • Steel Distribution, Booklet, 283
  • Steel, Drill, Southern Rhodesia Import Order, 428
  • Steel, High-Carbon High-Speed, 283
  • Swansea Steel Sheet Industry, 8, 485
  • United States Steel Production, 68, 70, 89, 247, 293, 497; Exports of Iron and Steel Scrap, 209, 329
  • Welsh Trade, 9, 29, 49, 69, 89, 109, 149, 169, 189, 209, 229, 248, 269, 289, 309, 329, 349, 368, 388, 409, 429, 449, 469, 489, 509
  • Wire, Zinc Deposit Process, 309
  • Labour Questions. See Trade Societies.
  • Literature. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Locomotives. See Railways and Locomotives

Machine and other Tools :

  • Control Orders, 48, 369, 376, 485
  • Drills, Pneumatic, 269, 300
  • Folding Machines, Sheet-Metal (Catalogue), 340
  • Gisholt Machine Co., Re-opening of Works, 129
  • Grinding-Wheel Selection, 185
  • Machine Tools, Miscellaneous (Catalogues), 80
  • Moulding Machines, Magnetic (Catalogue), 320
  • Precision Tools, Safeguarding, 360
  • “ Sifbronze ” for Brazing Ardoloy Tips to Tools, 149
  • Switchgear (Catalogue), 20
  • Winches (Catalogue), 20
  • Marine Engineering. See Engines and
  • Boilers, Ships and Shipbuilding.

Mining and Metallurgy :

  • Aluminium Alloy, Free-Cutting, Analysis, 90 Aluminium Alloys in Commercial Vehicle Construction, 408
  • Brass Ingots, Control Purchase Offer, 150
  • Canada; Quebec Mineral Production, 168, 427; Quebec Asbestos, 209; Quebec Gold, 289
  • China Clay Deposits, Mysore, 489
  • Chromium Plating, Testing Thickness, 288
  • Copper Alloys, High-Strength High-Conductivity, 9
  • Copper Deposits, German, 28
  • Cuba, Manganese Ores, Low-Grade, 88
  • Foundry, Magnesium-Alloy, .Ford, 206
  • Furnace, Blast, Hamilton, U.S.A., 48
  • Furnace, Open-Hearth, 190-ton Bethlehem Steel Co., 269
  • Germany, Copper Deposits, 28
  • Gold Production, South Africa, 309
  • Magnesium-Alloy Foundry, Ford, 206 Malaya Tin Output, 30
  • Manganese Ores, Low-Grade; Cuban, 88
  • Mercury and Mercury Compounds, Control Order, 173
  • Metals, Light, and Alloys Fabrication, Control Order, 248
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Control Order, 8
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of, Awards, 406
  • Nickel-Zinc Coatings, “ Corronized,” 488
  • Pyrometers (Catalogue), 160
  • Refractories, Basic, 243
  • Sheet-Metal Folding Machines (Catalogue), 340
  • Sheet-Metal Industry, Handbook, 89
  • Solder, Tin Consumption in, 187
  • South Africa, Gold Production, 309
  • Stainless Steel, Austenitic, Fatigue Strength, 495
  • Steel, High-Carbon High-Speed, 283 Thermometers, Recording (Catalogue), 20 Tin Consumption for Solder, 187
  • Tin, Malaya Output, 30, 265 ; World Production, 54, 189, 306, 497
  • United States, Ford Magnesium-Alloy Foundry, 206
  • Wire, “ Bethanising ” of, 309
  • Zinc and Zinc Alloys in Industry, 69

Miscellaneous :

  • Almanacs and Calendars, 8, 9, 30, 68,147,183
  • Argentina, Grain Transportation in, 106
  • Aslib Book List, 228
  • Barograph, Liverpool Observatory, 368
  • Black Out and Lighting of Public Services Garages, 307
  • Blasting, Damage to Buildings, Tests, 348
  • Bolt Adapters (Catalogue), 300
  • Bristol Engineering Directory, 275
  • Buenos Aires, Grain Transport, 468
  • Calendars and Almanacs, 8, 9, 30, 68,147,183
  • Calendar, Henry Simon, Ltd., 9
  • Calendar, Moonlight, Rawlplug Co., 30
  • Carbon Black, Import Licensing, 249
  • Carillon .Tower, Welded Steel-Framed, 256 China Clay Deposits, Mysore, 489
  • “ China Mail,” Hong Kong, Centenary Number, 428
  • Crossings, Pedestrian, on Highways, Order, 416
  • Diamond Dies, Control of, 30
  • Diaries, 8, 68
  • Dryers, Rotary (Catalogue), 340
  • Eire, Emergency Scientific Research Bureau, 300
  • Egypt, Singular Secondhand Boiler Announcement, 190
  • . “ Engineering Bulletin,” Labour Ministry Publication, 508
  • “ Engineering Outlook, IV,” Addendum, 320 Engineering Students’ Conference, 249 Fans (Catalogue), 320
  • Fire-Insulated Plan Cabinets (Catalogue), 300 Fire-Prevention Personnel, Steel Helmets for, 68, 209, 235
  • Fire-Prevention Standards, Normal Minimum, 328
  • Firewatchers’ Posts (Catalogue), 440
  • Fixing Devices (Catalogue), 440
  • Furnace, Tank, for Plate-Glass, 35
  • Gases, War, and their Effects, 448
  • Gaskets (Catalogue), 440
  • Glass, Plate, Tank Furnace for, 35
  • Greases, Testing of, 169
  • Haulage Charges, Lime and Slag, "315
  • Heating Appliances and Accessories, Export Group, 185
  • Heating, Gas (Catalogue), 20
  • Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S., the Late, Apprenticeship Indenture, 368
  • Helmets, Protective, for Civilian Workers, 68, 209, 235
  • Highways, Pedestrian Crossings Order, 416 Home Guard Manual, 109
  • “ Ingenuity ” Competition, Institution of Civil Engineers, 77
  • Insurance Scheme, Commodity, Payment on Account, 277
  • Miscellaneous—continued.
  • “ Journal of Commerce," Annual Review, 166 Linen Tracings, Old, Building Centre Appeal, 48
  • Liverpool Observatory and Tidal Institute, Barograph, 368
  • Lorry Drivers and Careless Talk, Leaflet, 389 Malayan Rubber Industry, 26, 126, 163, 243 Oil, United States Production, 27, 85, 153, 308, 429, 506; Argentine Fields, New Well, 36; Testing of Greases, 169; Furnace Oils, Control Order, 369;
  • Lubricants (Catalogue), 440; Oil and the War, 458
  • Paint Materials, Export Concession, 269
  • “ Paper-Maker,” Jubilee of, 163
  • Paper, Waste, De-Inking of, 469
  • Personal, 8, 28, 48, 68, 88, 108, 128, 148, 168, 188, 208, 228, 248, 268, 289, 308, 328, 348, 368, 388, 408, 428, 448, 468, 488-, 508
  • Photographic Society, Royal, Exhibition, 449 Plastics (Catalogue), 440
  • Quarrying Accessories (Catalogue), 200 Queensland Main Roads Commission, 149 Rawlbolt Reference Chart, 187 Refrigerating Machinery, Temporary Supply
  • Licence, 90
  • Respirators for Civilians, 235
  • Road Building in Turkey, 425
  • Road Damage, War,, Compensation for, 309
  • Road Haulage, Government Scheme, Hauliers’ Pay, 176
  • Roads, Re-Whitening of Lines, 389
  • Roads, Slippery, Gritting of, 129
  • Road Transport, Civil, Road and Vehicle Maintenance Committee, 169
  • Roflds, White Lines on, 147. See 389 Rubber, Raw, Import Licensing, 249 Salvage, Collection of, 370, 429, 510 Sanitary Science, Examinations in, 97 “ Scientific Facts and Data,” Negretti &
  • Zambra Publication, 70
  • Southwark, Assistance to Enemy-Affected Businesses, 289
  • Special Libraries, Aslib Book List, 228
  • Spray Guns (Catalogue), 160
  • Standards, American, and British Dominions, 364
  • Stirrup Pump Attachment, 383 ; Addendum, 429
  • Stirrup Pump and Incendiary Bomb Fires, 387
  • “ Sun-Ray ” Treatment, Artificial, for Workpeople, 517
  • Swedish Academy, Royal, for Engineering Research, 29
  • Temperature Indicator, Multi-Point (Catalogue), 80
  • Tenders, 8, 28, 48, 68, 88, 128, 168, 188, 208 Thomson, Sir J. J., Canadian Appreciation, 429
  • Timber, Home-Grown Hardwoods, Control Order, 168
  • Tracings, Old Linen, Building Centre Appeal, 48
  • Transport Problems, North Yorkshire, 127 Turkey, Road Building in, 425
  • Tyre Inflators, Compressors and Brakes (Catalogue), 300
  • United States, Oil Production, 27, 85, 153, 308, 429, 506; New York Omnibus Terminus, 168 ; Dayton Welded Steel-Framed Carillon Tower, 256
  • Vehicles, Public Service, Camouflage, 226 Ventilation, Air-Raid Shelters (Catalogue), 80 War Damage, Business Insurance Scheme, 389
  • War, Lorry Drivers and Careless Talk, Leaflet, 389
  • War, Importance of Oil, 458
  • War Work, Engineering, Leaflets, 229 Welding, Electric Arc, Approved Electrodes, 28
  • Welding Products, S.I.F., 149
  • Women, Engineering Training for, Leaflets, 229

Motor Cars, Etc. :

  • Aluminium Alloys in Commercial Vehicle Construction, 408
  • Brake Drums, Alloy Cast-Iron, 485
  • Cars, Large, Government Offer to Purchase, 189
  • Commercial Vehicles, Export of, 255
  • Garages, Public Service, Lighting of, 307
  • Linings (Catalogue), 402
  • Lorry Drivers and Careless Talk, Leaflet, 389
  • Motor Transport Committee, Road and Vehicle Maintenance, 169
  • Road Haulage, Government, Hauliers’ Pay 176
  • Road Lines, White, Maintenance of, 389. See 147
  • Roads, Slippery, Gritting of, 129
  • Spare Parts, Ministerial Arrangements, 237 506
  • Timber for Road Vehicle Bodies, 386
  • Tyres, Eire Import Order, 248
  • United States, New York Omnibus Terminus, 168 ; Vehicle Production, 230, 386
  • Vehicles, Public Service, Camouflage, 226 Vehicles Registered, 249
  • Vehicles Regulation, Width and Tyre Concessions, 47
  • Vehicles with Solid Tyres, Rim-Diameter Regulation, 129
  • Obituary. See GENERAL INDEX
  • Oil. See AfisceZZaneous

Physics and Chemistry :

  • Chemicals, Imported, Revocation of General Licence, 155
  • Optics, Imperial College Scholarship, 468 Paper, Waste; De-Inking of, 469
  • “ Scientific Facts and Data,” Publication, 70 Sulphuric Acid, Control Order, 249 Thermodynamics, Low-Temperature Research, 369
  • Power:, Plants. See Electricity

Power Transmission :

  • Bearings, Anti-Friction (Catalogue), 300 Bearings, Ball and Roller, Control, 375 Belts (Catalogue), 402
  • Booster, Quadrature, for Long-Distance Transmission, Erratum, 487
  • Power Transmission (Catalogue), 200 Shafting, Flexible, Remote Control, 299

Railways and Locomotives :

  • American Railroads Association, Annual Meeting, 196
  • Argentina, Grain Transport by Rail, 106 Brazil, Wagon Contracts, 49 Burma Railway .Extension, 283 Canadian Pacific Railway Earnings, 388 Chicago Underground Railway, 178 Halesworth and Southwold Railway, Rolling Stock Scrapping, 230
  • Locomotive “ Lion," 274
  • Locomotive Parts, "Worn, Stainless Steel Spraying for Reconditioning, 500
  • London Midland and Scottish Railway, Troop-Train Statistics, 229; Iron and Steel Salvage, 509
  • London and North Eastern Railway, the late Sir N. Gresley, Erratum, 349
  • Museum,. Union Pacific Railroad, 36 Railways (Addressing of Merchandise) Order, 288
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, 68 '
  • Wagons and Equipment, Pooling of, 324

Ships and Shipbuilding :

  • Canal Boatmen, Training Grants, 348
  • Denny Gold Medal Award, 168
  • “ Journal of Commerce,” Annual Review, 166 Lifeboats, Motor, for British Ships, 110 Lifeboat, Motor, “ Guide of Dunkirk,” 449 Lloyd’s Register Scholarship, 129
  • Marine Machinery, Running and Maintenance, 388
  • Shipyard Workers, Former, Registration of, 222'
  • Societies. See TecAntcaZ and Trade
  • Steam. See Engines and Boilers

Technical Societies :

  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, 228, 268, 389 American Railroads, Association of, 196 American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 409
  • Architects, British, Royal Institute of, 29 Arts, Royal Society of, 226
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, 228, 368
  • Canada, Engineering Institute of, 97 Chemical Engineers, Institution of, 329, 508 Chemical Industry, Society of, 7, 183, 363 Chemical Society,-269
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of, 77, 509 Electrical Association, Incorporated Municipal, 409
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, 90, 150, 168, 296, 346, 349, 396, 408, 4:62, 488
  • Engineers-in-Charge, Institution of, 335 Engineers, Institution of, Australia, 469
  •  ? Engineers’ Club, Manchester, 299
  • Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of, 315
  • Engineers, Society of, Australian Branch, 89 Foundrymen, British, Institute of, 429, 449 Fuel Luncheon Club, 458
  • Iron and Steel Institute, 27, 229, 250, 268 Junior Institution of Engineers, 288 Marine Engineers, Institute of, 129,168, 309 390
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of, 368 Metals, Institute of, 77, 240, 369
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of, 406 Naval Architects, Institution of, 108 Newcomen Society, 429
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, 389
  • North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, 489
  • Petroleum, Institute of, 69, 169, 506
  • Physics, Institute of, 462, 508
  • Radio Engineers, British Institution of, 368 Sanitary Institute, Royal, 97
  • Structural Engineers, Institution of, 324, 430, 488
  • Surveyors’ Institution, Chartered, 449 Transport, Institute of, 299, 409, 443, 469, 495
  • Tools. See MacAine and other Tools
  • Trade. See Coal; Industries ; Iron and Steel; Ships and Shipbuilding
  • Trade Societies; Etc.
  • Absenteeism, 296, 438, 458, 498, 518
  • Air-Raid Warnings, Work after Alert, 17 ; Italy, 37
  • Aliens, Friendly, Placing in Industry, 57
  • Arbitration Tribunal, National Wage Claims and Awards, 17, 57, 97, 177, 237
  • Armaments Production, Labour Ministry’s Conference on Man Power in Engineering Industry, 37 ; Workers* Health and Overtime, Proposed Reduction of Hours, 77 ; Production Executive on Man-Power and Woman-Power, 117, 138, 157; Women Volunteers from Hosiery Industry, 138; Concentration of Non-War Industries in Fewer Factories, 217, 257, 376; Munitions Industries, Parliamentary Debate on Running, 296
  • Australia, Emergency Employment of Women in Textile Industry, Labour and National Service Department, 358, 376; Child Endowment Scheme for Wage Earners, 477
  • Bank Officers’ Guild and Company Unions 477
  • Beveridge, Sir W., Appointment as Undersecretary to Ministry of Supply, 77
  • Trade Societies, Etc.—continued.
  • Board of Trade and Concentration in NonWar Production, 217, 257, 376
  • Boot and Shoe Operatives, 48-Hour Week, 338 British Employers* Confederation, Lunch to Mr. Winant, 277
  • Building Work, Allocation of Labour, 376, 477, 498; Limitation of Piecework, 458 ; Changes in Industry, 477
  • Bussey, E. W., General Secretary to Electrical Trades Union, 358
  • Canada, National Resources Mobilisation, Workers’ Hours, 177; Unemployment and Social Insurance Law, 358
  • Chile, Prohibition of Strikes and Lockouts, 518
  • Coal Production Conference, 277; Increased Coal Supply, 477, 498
  • Communism, Rejection by Co-operative Party, 338 ; Refugee Activities, 376
  • Compulsion and Fair Labour Conditions, 237 Concentration of Industry, 217, 257, 376 Conscription, Industrial, 57,138,157, 177 Constructional Contractors, Control by Chief Inspector of Factories, 198
  • Co-operative Party, Rejection of Communists, 338
  • Contractors, Constructional, Control by Chief Inspector of Factories, 198
  • Cost of Living Index Figure, 77, 438, 518
  • Cuba, Hours and Wages under New Constitution, 177
  • Diseases, Industrial, 458
  • Dismissal, Restriction of Employers’ Power, 97, 177, 217
  • Dock Workers, Scheme for Employment by Minister of Transport, 198, 257, 317, 338
  • Eire, Bill Relating to Wage Rates and Working Conditions, 376
  • Electrical Supply Industry, Wages Demand, 438
  • Electrical Trades Union, New Secretary, 358 Employers’ Confederation, New President, 458
  • Employment Control Scheme, 117, 217 Employment Exchange Reports, 57,138,438, 518
  • Engineer Surveyors’ Association, Wage Award, 57
  • Engineering Branch, Ministry of Labour and National Service, 57
  • Engineering Joint Trades Movement, Wages Award, 97
  • Engineering Operatives, Wage Award, 1771
  • Engineering Trades, Wages of Lads, 277, 296, 317
  • Engineering Union, Amalgamated, Wage Claims, 17, 57, 97, 518; Membership and Benefit Data, 77, 157, 237, 317, 417, 518 ; Arbitration Tribunal’s Wage-Increase Award, 97; Man-Power and Woman Power, 157, 338, 417; Refugee Recruitment, 237 ; Conferences with Employers,. Wage Questions, 237, 498; Fair Conditions and Essential Work, 237 ; Differential Wages and Wage Basis, 237; Relaxation of Customs Agreement, 317; Financial Report, 376, 518; Railway Shopmen and Essential Work Order, 417 ; Absenteeism in Relation to Overtime and Sunday Work, 498, 518; Llandudno Meeting, Trustification of Industry,' 518; Changes in Reserved Occupations, 518 Essential Work Orders, 117, 217, 237, 296, 397, 417, 458, 477, 498
  • Expenditure, National, Select Committee, Aircraft Industry Pay, 458, 498
  • Fire Brigades Union, National Charter Demands, 438
  • Ford’s River Rouge Plant, Work Stoppage, 296
  • Foundry Workers, National Union, Wage Claims, 57, 97
  • Foundry Workers’ Wages Award, 97
  • France, Dissolution of Public Employees'
  • Unions, 477
  • Gas Industry, Wages Increase, 177
  • General Federation of Trade Unions, Report, 157, 438 ; Loans to Government, 438; Union Membership of Transferees to War-Time Industries, 458
  • Germany, Non-Germanand German Workers, Differentiation of Pay and Conditions, 37 ; Employment and Unemployment Statistics, 57, 257; Foreigners and Prisoners
  • Trade Societies, etc.—continued.
  • of War, Employment of, 25*7; Increase of Output and Reduction of Wages, 338; Wage Policy in Poland, 358
  • Health Insurance, Proposed Legislation, 438
  • Hours of Work, Spain, Sunday Work Prohibition, Exceptions, 17 ; Italy, Fascist, Employers and Workers Compensation Agreement, Raid Time Losses, 37 ; Germany; Non-German and German Workers, Hours Differentiation, 37 ; United States Wages and Hours* Survey, Iron and Steel Industry, 37; Overtime and Health, Proposed Reduction of Factory Workers’ Hours, 77 ; Canada, Hours under National Resources Mobilisation, 177; Cuba,
  • Hours under New Constitution, 177; Boot and Shoe Operatives, Extended Working Week, 338; Australia, Emergency Employment of Women in Textile Industry, 358 ; United States, Wages and Hours Bill, 376; United States Defence Industry, “ Shut Downs ’’ and Overtime, 417; Overtime and Absenteeism, Correlation, 498
  • Industries, Non-War Production, Concentration in Fewer Factories, 217, 257, 376
  • Inflation and Wage Increases, 157 Insurance, Health, Proposed Legislation, 438 International Labour Organisation, Location at Montreal, 117,138
  • Iron and Steel Trades Confederation-. See “ Man and Metal ”
  • Italy, Workers’ Compensation, Raid-Time Losses, 37
  • Lads and Girls, Improved Allowances, 277
  • Labour and National Service, Ministry of, Panel Inquiry- into Employability of Unemployed Persons, 37; Engineering Branch, 57; Friendly Aliens, Placing in Industry, 57; Sir W. Beveridge Appointed Under-Secretary, 77; Staggering of Workers’ Weekly Pay-Day, 97 ; Man-Power Programme, Reorganisation of Assistants, 138; Registration of Workers, 97, 117, 138, 157,177 ; Scheduling of Undertakings, 177, 217; Textile Trades, Application of Concentration Policy, 376; Marine Engineers, Registration, 438 ; Director-General of Man Power, 477, 498. See also Women Workers (below); Reports, 57, 77, 138; 277, 317, 397, 417, 438, 518
  • Labour Notes, 17, 37, 57, 77, 97, 117, 138, 157, 177, 198, 217, 237, 257, 277, 296, 317, 338, 358, 376, 397, 417, 438, 458, 477, 498, 518
  • Labour Organisation. See International Labour Party Conference, 458, 477 Labour and War Effort, 417 Lowndes, R., the Late, 358
  • Machine Tool Industry, Labour Supply, 17 “ Man and Metal," Working after Air-Raid Warning, 17; Labour Ministry’s Con- scriptive Powers, 177; New Schedule of Reserved Occupations, 257; Unemployment Insurance, Three Days Waiting Period, 417
  • Man Power in Industry, Government Proposals, 37, 97, 117, 138, 177; Labour Ministry Assistants, Re-organisation, 138; A. E. U. Comments, 157, 338; -Director- General, 477, 498
  • Marine Engineering Workers, Registration Order, 438
  • Meat Porters’ Strike, 376
  • Merchant Navy, Reserve Pool, 397
  • Mining, Coal Production Conference, 277; Compulsion in Movement of Miners, 296 ; Avoidable Absenteeism, 296, 438, 458; Mining Federation, Call for National Board, 317, 397; Essential Work Order, 376, 397 ; Minimum Wage Demand, 417, 438, 458, 477; Levy on Saleable Coal, 438; Underground Workers and Army Recruitment, 518
  • Motor Vehicle Repair Firms, Essential Work Order, 498
  • Munition Industries, Parliamentary Debate, 296
  • National Arbitration Tribunal. See Arbitration Tribunal (above)
  • New Zealand, National Service Order, 117 Norway, Prohibition of Wage Increases and Cost-of-Living Compensations, 338
  • Trade Societies, etc.—continued.
  • " Nucleus ” Firms, Concentration of Industry Scheme, 257
  • Patternmakers’ Association, United, Membership and Benefit Data, 37, 77, 177, 237, 338, 417, 518; Shipbuilding Employers’ Federation, Wage-Rate Agreement, 37 ; Annual Report, 417
  • Peace Problems, Immediate Study of, 376 Poland, German Wage Policy in, 358
  • Post Office Telephone Exchanges, Women Trainees for Minor Engineering Work, 138 Prisoners of War, Employment in Germany, 257
  • Production Executive. See Armaments Production (above)
  • Professional Workers, Hampering Effects of Recent Legislation, 138
  • Protected Firms, Concentration of Industry Scheme, 257
  • Railways, N.U.R. Claim for Wage Advance, 138, 157, 198; 397, 417, 477; Re
  • organisation and Public Control, 277; Shopmen and Essential Work Order, 417
  • Refugees, Recruitment, 237; Communist Activities, 376
  • Registration, Industrial, 57, 97, 117, 138, 157,177
  • Reserved Occupations, 117, 217, 257, 338, 397, 518
  • Roumania, Suppression of Labour Corporations, 477
  • Russia, Foremen in Heavy Engineering Undertakings, Functions, 17; Compulsory Transference of Specialists and Skilled Workers, 257; Trade Union Reform, Central Council Conclusions, 358 Service, National Emergency, New Zealand, 117
  • Seamen’s Pay, Increases, 17
  • Shipbuilding and Shipping Industry, Employers and Patternmakers* Wage Agreement, 37 ; Wages Award, 97, 177 ; Registration of Former Shipbuilding Workers, 198, 222, 397; Essential Work Order, National and Local Controls of Labour, 237, 296 ; Interchangeability, Purpose of, 237; Merchant Navy, Essential Work Reserves, 397
  • Shop Assistants, Wage Increase, 477
  • Skilled Labour and Man-Power Question, 338 Smith, Sir A. M., the Late, 198
  • Spain, Sunday Work Prohibition, Exceptions, 17; Labour Courts, Provisional System made Permanent, 417
  • Staggering of Workers’ Weekly Pay-Day, 97 Strike at Ford’s River Rouge Plant, 296 Strikes and Lockouts in Chile, Prohibition, 518
  • Strike of Meat Porters, 376
  • Strike Statistics, 77, 317, 417, 498
  • Supply, Ministry of, Demand for Machine Tool Operatives, 17; Joint Industrial Council, Proposed, 458, 498
  • Textile Trades and Concentration of Production, 376
  • Trades Union Congress, Colonial Native Labour Problems, Advice Scheme,, 17; Election of Mr. Fawcett to General Council, 17; Staggering of Workers’ Weekly Pay-Day, 97; Production Executive Conference, 117, 138; Industrial Registration, 117, 138 ; Workmen’s Compensation Acts, Need for Overhaul, 177; Trades Disputes Act, Revision Question, 198, 358; Lunch to Mr. Winant, 277; Skilled Men for Service Trades’ Scheme, 376.; Health Ministry’s Rehabilitation Arrangements, 376 ; Conference on Labour and War Effort, 417 ; Industrial Diseases, 458; Joint Industrial Council, Proposed, 458, 498; Wage Cutting and Dividends, 477
  • Training Centres, Training of Foreigners, 57 Trade Disputes Act, Proposed Revision, 198, 358
  • Transferees to War-Time Industries, Union Membership Question, 458
  • Transport, Ministry of, Employment of Dock Workers, 198, 257, 317, 338
  • Transport and General Workers’ Union, Production and Industrial Conscription, 57, 138; Review of Work in 1940, 138; Merseyside Dockworkers’ Employment, New Scheme, 257; Scottish Union and
  • Trade Societies, etc.—continued.
  • Dock Labour Pooling, 338; Immediate Study of Peace Problems, 376 ; Chemical Industry and Essential Work Order, 458
  • Unemployment Insurance, Statutory Committee’s Annual Report, 317 ; Canadian Law, 358 ; " Man and Metal ’’ on Three- Day Walting Period, 417
  • Unemployment Reports, 57, 138, 217, 338, 438, 418, 518 . .
  • Union Movement, Prime Minister on Temporary Suspension of Privilege, 277; A.E.U. and Relaxation Agreement, 317
  • United States, lion and Steel Industry, Wages and Hours Survey, 37; International Machinists on President Roosevelt’s Administration, 57 ; Defence Programme, Adaptation of Employment Market, 117; International Labour Organisation, Mr. Winant on Location at Montreal, 138 ; Defence Activities, Participation of Women in Specified Work, 198; Defence Mediation Board, Labour Disputes, 257; Production, Impeding Effect of A.F.L. and C.I.O. Conflict, 277, 296; Ford River Rouge Plant Strike, 296 ; Metal Trades, A.F.L., Co-operation In National Defence, 296 ; Peaceful Picketing and Boycotting, Supreme Court Decisions, 296 ; Michigan, Decision on Discrimination between Wages of Men and Women, 338 ; Fair Labour Standards, Pay-Roll Inspection Case, 358; Fair Labour Standards, State Wages and Hours Bill, 376; International Machinists’ Mediation Scheme, National Defence, 397’; Hourly Earnings, Rise in Average, 417 ; Defence Industry, “Shut Downs" and Overtime, 417; Union Leaders’ Powers in Relation to Strikes, 477; Wages, Fluctuation of, 77, 157, 277, 317. 397, 498
  • Workmen’s Compensation Acts, Demand for Overhaul, 177
  • Wages, General, Germany and German- Occupied Countries, Wage Conditions, 37, 338,- 358 ; Staggering of Weekly Pay- Days, 97; Cost-of-Llving Advances in 1940, 157; Chambers of Commerce on High Wages and Inflation, 157; Registration of Workers, Wage Stipulations, 177 ; Cuba, Wage Regulations under New Constitution, 177; Differential Wages and Wage Basis, 237; Wage Regulation en masse, Ministerial View, 277; United States Wages and Hours Bill, 376; Eire, Bill Relating to Wage Rates, etc., 376 ; United States, Rise in Average Hourly Earnings, 417 ; Wage-Cutting and Dividends, 477 ; Chile, Wages Level Question, 518
  • War Effort and Labour, 417
  • War-Time Industry and Industrial Registration, 57, 97,117, 138, 157,177
  • Winant, Mr., British Employers and T.U.C. Luncheon, 277
  • Women Workers, Women and the Machine Tool Industry, 17; Germany, Employment Figures, 57, 257 ; Women in Engineering, Post-War Problem, 77; Woman Power, Growing Demand, 97,1JL7 ; Trainees for Engineering Work in Telephone Exchanges, 138; Volunteers for Armament Work, Leicestershire Hosiery Industry, 138; A.E.U. on Utilisation of Woman Power, 157, 417, 458; United States, Employment in Defence Activities, 198; Discrimination between Wages of Men-and Women, Legal Decision, 338; Wage-Rate Increases, Arbitration Tribunal Award, 237; Auxiliary Air Force Developments, 277; Government Centre Trainees’ Allowances, 277; Australia, Emergency Employment in Textile Industry, 358 ; Middle-Aged Women, Employment of, 458
  • Works and Buildings, Ministry of, Impending Changes in Industry, 477
  • Vehicles. See Motor Cars ; Railways

Waterworks, Etc.:

  • Cleaning Water Mains (Catalogue), 440
  • Pipes, Underground, Coating with Concrete, 309

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