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Ernest Witton Booth (c1879-?) M.B.E., A.M.Inst.C.E., F.S.I., A.M.Inst.M. & Cy.E. (Barrister-at-Law).
7 years, pupil and apprent. with Engrs. in private practice, Yorkshire; sundry appointments as Deputy Engr. and Surveyor, including Croydon and Bolton;
1910-14 In private practice, Manchester.
1919-23 Practising as Barrister (member of Middle Temple, called 1917) N.E. Circuit and London.
Books: "Valuations for Rating" 3rd edition 1; "Rating Valuations of Public Utility Undertakings" (Butterworth & Co.).
1939 Chartered Civil Engr. and Surveyor, in private practice, Broadway Court, Westminster, London, S.W.1., and 80 Marlpit Lane, Coulsdon, Surrey. Age: 60.