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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1932 Jul-Dec: Index

Accidents :

  • Doublers Cut, Its Cause and Prevention, 385
  • Street Accidents, Safety First Association Research, 210, 518

Aeronautics :

  • Africa, Raiuy-Season Runways for Aircraft, 346
  • Aircraft Apprentices, R.A.F., Vacancies, 84
  • Aircraft (Catalogue), 492
  • Australia, Aerial Oil Survey, 357, 679 ; Long-
  • Distance Flights, 620 Busk Studentship Award, 388
  • Cardiff-London, Rapid Transit, 448.
  • China, German Aeroplanes in, 279
  • London-Paris Traffic, 24
  • Manchester Area, Aviation Contracts, 41, 69, 711
  • Sheffield Aircraft Industry, Testing System, 12
  • Wireless Training Course, 597

Agriculture :

  • Africa, East, Agricultural, Ac., Machinery Market, 313
  • Electricity in Agriculture, 272
  • Machinery (Catalogue), 56.
  • Peru Market, 624 Plough, Rotary (Catalogue), 463
  • Royal Show, Derby, 1933, 661
  • Tractor, Oil-Engined (Catalogue), 640

Alloys. See Mining and Metallurgy Appointments, Awards and Honours :

  • Beilby Memorial Awards, 39
  • British Steelwork Association 0Ulcers, 567
  • Bruff, H. J. L., Lincoln Arc Welding Prize, 97
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, 388
  • Hinchley Memorials, 41.
  • Hughes, J., Gold Medal for Architecture, 442
  • London University College Awards, 106
  • Moore, Dr. II., British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 332
  • Samuelson, F., Swedish Royal Order, 14
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Depart¬ment, 566
  • Shipbuilding Employers’ Federation Officers, 516
  • Sprague, F. J., Birthday Celebration, 8
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Discussion Prizes, 13

Automobiles. See Motor Cars Boilers. See Engines and Boilers Bridges :

  • Alssund, Denmark, 136 (Erratum)
  • Australia, Snowy River Road Bridge, 301
  • Bridge Reconstruction, Rapid, 128
  • Canada, St. Lawrence Bridge, Montreal, Proposed, 449
  • Czechoslovakia, Construction in, 136
  • Landsdowne Bridge, Sukkur, 297 (Erratum)
  • Buildings and Building Construction :
  • Architects’ Building Centre, Permanent
  • Exhibition, 296, 573 Doors, Standard, 508
  • Factory Building, All-Welded, 576
  • Louvres, Monsoon, 478
  • Temperature Controls (Catalogue), 28

Canals :

  • Panama, 258

Catalogues : 28, 56, 84, 142, 200, 288, 316, 376, 434, 463, 492, 516, 612, 640, 667, 754

  • C.E.C. Co., 640
  • Adamson, D., & Co., Ltd., 612
  • Aerograph Co., Ltd., 640
  • Alfa Laval Co., Ltd., 28
  • Allen, Edgar, & Co., Ltd., 28
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., 492
  • Andrews, Cuthbert, 754
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth & Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 492
  • Asquith, Win., Ltd., 84
  • Associated Equipment Co., Ltd., 463
  • Aveling & Porter, Ltd., 288
  • Babcock «fc Wilcox, Ltd., 376
  • Barclay, Curie & Co., Ltd., 288
  • E.N. Patents, Ltd., 56
  • Blackman Export Co., Ltd., 28, 612
  • Blackstone <fc Co., Ltd., 56, 84
  • Boby, R., Ltd., 288
  • Booth, J., & Bros., Ltd., 640
  • Bow ma k <fc Co., Ltd., 142
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 28, 640
  • British Boiler Circulators, Ltd., 288
  • British Brown, Boveri, Ltd., 754
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 28, 288, 516, 640
  • British Isothermos Co., Ltd., 288
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., 84
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 142
  • Brookhir8t Switchgear, Ltd., 56
  • Brown, Bayley’s Steel Works, Ltd., 667
  • Brown, Boveri A Co., Ltd., 288
  • Brown, David, Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., 142
  • Budenberg Gauge Co., Ltd., 516
  • Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd., 200, 288. 612
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 376, 754
  • Carr, G., & Son, Ltd., 28
  • Cassel Cyanide Co., Ltd., 200
  • Clensol, Ltd., 200
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., 516
  • Cressall Manufacturing Co., 463
  • Crompton, Parkinson, Ltd., 288
  • Crosthwaite Engineering & Furnace Co., Ltd., 516
  • D. P. Battery Co., Ltd., 56, 434
  • Drayton Regulator & Instrument Co., Ltd., 28, 200, 316
  • Duckham, Alexander, Co., Ltd., 463
  • Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 516
  • Elliott Brothers (Loudon), Ltd., 28, 142, 434, 640
  • Ellison, George, Ltd., 56, 316
  • Engineering & Lighting Equipment Co., Ltd. 667
  • English Drilling Equipment Co., Ltd., 376
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 200, 376, 612
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 56, 200, 434, 492
  • Ferranti, Ltd., 56, 316 Findlay & Co., 288
  • Fleming, Birkley & Goodall, Ltd., 288
  • Foster Instrument Co., 56
  • Fowler, J., & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 200, 434, 463, 754
  • Fry’s (London), Ltd., 56
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., 200, 434, 667
  • Germ Lubricants, Ltd., 640
  • Glenboig Union Fireclay Co., Ltd., 56
  • Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd., 288
  • Gleniffer Engines, Ltd., 28
  • Greenwood & Batley, Ltd., 142, 612
  • Hall, B. J., <fe Co., Ltd., 667
  • Hall <fc Pickles, Ltd., 463
  • Harland Engineering Co., Ltd., 56
  • Haskins Rolling Shutters, 316
  • Hathorn, Davey & Co., Ltd., 28
  • Hattersley (Ormskirk), Ltd., 142
  • Heap, J., & Co., Ltd., 200
  • Heenan Froude, Ltd., 288
  • Henley, W. T., Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 56, 463
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., 316, 434, 463
  • Holden & Brooke, Ltd., 463
  • Holmes, J. H., & Co., 28, 316
  • Uopkinsons, Ltd., 516
  • Howden, James, & Co., Ltd., 84
  • C.I. Metals, Ltd., 316, 463
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., 56, 142, 288, 640
  • Keith, James, <fc Blackman Co., Ltd., 28, 463
  • Laidlaw, Drew <fe Co., Ltd., 200
  • Laycock Engineering Co., Ltd., 516
  • Libraco, Ltd., 640
  • M. <fc C. Switchgear, Ltd., 28, 316, 434, 640 667
  • Markham & Co., Ltd., 84
  • Marsden, H. R., Ltd., 516
  • Marshall, Sons <fc Co., Ltd., 640
  • Massey, B. & S., Ltd., 142
  • Mavor <fc Coulson, Ltd., 200
  • Meggle, Armand, 516
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., 28 (2), 376, 434, 492
  • Miller, L., 28
  • Mitsubishi Shipbuilding «fc Engineering Co., Ltd., 640
  • Morse Chain Co., Ltd., 667
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 28
  • National Committee of External Commerce, 516
  • Negretti & Zambra, 28
  • Newbury Diesel Co., Ltd., 492
  • Oerlikon, Ltd., 754
  • Parker, Kalon Corporation, 612
  • Payne & Griffiths, Ltd., 288
  • Peebles, Bruce, & Co., Ltd., 28, 516
  • Pels, H., <fc Co., Ltd., 288
  • Petters, Ltd., 492
  • Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., 434
  • Radiovisor Patent, Ltd., 640
  • Redfern's Rubber Works, Ltd., 200
  • Renold & Coventry Chain Co., Ltd., 612
  • Reyrolle, A., & Co., Ltd., 376
  • Rhodes, Brydon & Youatt, Ltd., 463
  • Richardson, Wostgarth & Co., Ltd., 640
  • Robinson, Thos., & Son, Ltd., 434
  • Ross Heater & Manufacturing Co., Inc., 376
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 200
  • Ruston, Lister Marine Co., Ltd., 640
  • Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd., 463
  • Sankey, J. H., <& Son, Ltd., 376
  • Siemens Bros. & Co., Ltd., 492
  • Skefko Ball Bearing Co.. Ltd., 492
  • Skelton, R. A., & Co., 200
  • Spencer, J., Ltd., 516
  • Stanton Iron Works Co., 376, 492
  • Sternol, Ltd., 612
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd., 28, 640
  • Suffolk Iron Foundry (1920), Ltd., 288
  • Sulzer Brothers (Loudon), Ltd., 376, 640
  • Suu beam Motor Car Co., Ltd., 288, 516
  • Superheater Co., Ltd., 492
  • Tangyes, Ltd., 56, 754
  • Taylor, Charles (Birmingham), Ltd., 516
  • Trussed Concrete Steel Co., Ltd., 492
  • Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., 142, 516
  • Veritys, Ltd., 640
  • Vickers, Ltd., 316
  • Waddells (Stratford Steel Equipment), Ltd., 200
  • Watson, J. S. (Gainsborough), Ltd., 28
  • Watson, W., <fe Sons, Ltd., 667
  • Westinghouse Brake & Saxby Signal Co., Ltd., 142
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 142, 516
  • Yarrow & Co., Ltd., 28

Cement and Concrete :

  • Concrete and Steel, “ Architectural Review,” 596
  • Mixer, Concrete (Catalogue), 200
  • Portland Blast-Furnace Cement, Standard, 244
  • Reinforcement, Concrete (Catalogue), 492
  • Chemistry. See Physics and Chemistry Coal :
  • Ash, Standard Determination of Fusion Temperature, 27
  • Canada, Montreal Coking Plant and Nova Scotia Coal, 96; Montreal Imports of U.K. Coal, 245, 448
  • Cardiff, 13, 41, 69, 97, 127, 155, 185, 215, 245, 273, 300, 328, 361, 388, 418, 476, 508, 536, 567, 597, 624, 653, 683, 711, 739, 767
  • China, Coal Deposits, 155
  • Coal Trimmers, Cardiff, Grant of Dole, 361, 448
  • Colloidal Fuel, 597
  • Fuel-Making Coal, Price Reduction, 69
  • Great Western Railway Collieries, 508
  • House Coal Prices, 567
  • Inland Supplies, Proposed Levy on, 476
  • Jones, Trevor S., Retirement, 536
  • Kenya and Uganda Railways, Welsh Tenders, 508
  • Middlesbrough Coke, 13, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184, 214, 245, 273, 301, 329, 360, 389, 418, 449, 477, 509, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 739, 766
  • New South Wales, Torbanite Deposits, 422
  • Penarth Dock, Closing of, 13
  • Pitwood Workers’ Pay, <fec., 536
  • Portuguese Contract, 536
  • Queensland, Coke Oven Erection at Bowen, Proposed, 361
  • Railway Contracts, Foreign, 711, 767
  • Sheffield, 12, 41, 69, 97, 127, 155, 185, 215,
  • 244, 273, 301, 329, 361, 389, 419, 449, 476, 508, 536, 566, 597, 625, 653, 682, 711; 739, 766
  • South Wales Coal-for-Timber Barter, 683
  • South Wales Docks, Alleged Manipulation by G.W.R., 328, 448
  • South Wales Exports, 97
  • South Wales Exports and Mechanical Stokers, 767
  • Spain and Welsh Coal, Contract Question, 361
  • Pipping and Weighing Charges, 367
  • Trimmers’ Holiday and Seasonal Shipments, 127
  • Trimming Rates, 185, 567
  • Welsh Bituminous Coal, Production and Marketing Co-operation, 185, 273
  • Welsh Coal Audit, 301 Welsh Trade Prospects, 624

Colleges. See Education

Companies :

  • Amalgamations, North-West Area, 185
  • Ellis & Coe, Ltd., 127 (Erratum)
  • International Combustion Company, 745 (Erratum)
  • Karrier Motors, Ltd., 361
  • Registrations, January-June, 1932, 169

Concrete. See Cement and Concrete

Cranes, Conveyors, &c. :

  • Belts, Carrying (Catalogue), 288
  • Belts, Conveyor, Stainless Steel, 767
  • Conveyors (Catalogue), 200, 288
  • Cranes (Catalogue), 640
  • Lifting Appliances (Catalogue), 516
  • Lifting Gear (Catalogue), 28

Docks. See Harbours, dec.

Education :

  • Apprentice Training, International Congress on Education, 662
  • Borough Polytechnic, Lectures on Television, 329
  • British Science Guild, Norman Lockyer Lecture, 310; Lecture, Industrial Re¬search, 563
  • Chemical Engineering, Leverhulmo Student¬ship, 738
  • Commercial Education, International Con¬gress, 77
  • Films, Technical, Danee-Kaufmann, 593
  • London University College Awards, 106
  • Naval Architects’ Scholarship Award, 526
  • Road Emulsion Association, Lectures, 747
  • Toronto University Engineering Society, 273
  • Welding, Electric, Lectures on, 477, 537

Electricity :

  • Accumulators (Catalogue), 434
  • Accumulators, Train-Lighting, Standard, 419
  • Alloys, for Heating Elements (Catalogue), 142
  • Alternators, Turbo- (Catalogue), 640
  • Apparatus, Electrical (Catalogues), 376 (2), 434
  • Appliances, Electrical (Catalogue), 142
  • Australia, Telephone Equipment, 453, 508;
  • Barron Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 510
  • Basrah Power Station, New’, 361
  • Batteries (Catalogue), 434
  • Batteries, Storage (Catalogue), 56
  • Birmingham Electricity Supply, 97
  • Cables (Catalogue), 516
  • Cable Jointing, Practical, 768
  • Calcutta, Electricity Supply, 153, 625
  • Canada, Generation of Electricity, 137
  • Chesham Light and Power Systems, 69
  • China, Automatic Wireless Beacon Stations, 215
  • Circuit Breakers (Catalogue), 316
  • Circuit Breaker, 161-kv. Oil Blast, 254 (Erratum),
  • Clyde Valley, Frequency Standardisation, 210
  • Controls, Electric (Catalogue), 434
  • Control Gear (Catalogue), 56
  • Cromptonians, Old, Association of, 597
  • Disconnecting Boxes (Catalogue), 56
  • Distribution Apparatus, 28
  • Domestic Electrical Load, Great Britain, 390
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, Students’ Journal, 368, 711
  • Electrodeposition Prize, William James Memorial, 522
  • Equipment, Electrical (Catalogue), 640
  • Extinction Coil for Protection (Catalogue), 288
  • Farms, Electricity on, 215, 244
  • Fires, Domestic (Catalogue), 316
  • Fittings, General (Catalogue), 200, 667
  • Fulham Power Station, Boiler Drums for, 661 (Erratum)
  • Generation Statistics, 97, 244, 389, 516, 592. 763
  • Hacksaw* Factory, Conversion to Electric Drive, 214
  • Heaters, Electric (Catalogue), 56
  • Ilford, Mercury-Rectifier Substation, 608
  • Instruments (Catalogues), 142, 667
  • Instrument Transformers (Catalogue), 28
  • Ironbridge Generating Station, 476 (Errata), 575 (Addendum)
  • Kearney Mercury Turbine Plant, Mercury Supplies, 776
  • Lamps, Injunction against Sale of Second¬hand as New, 683
  • Light Fittings (Catalogue), 640, 667
  • Lighting, Street, Control of Lamps (Cata¬logue), 56
  • Machinery, General (Catalogues), 56, 200, 492, 612, 754 (2)
  • Manchester District Electrical Industry, 69,
  • 127, 361, 449, 566, 597, 625, 653, 682
  • Meters (Catalogue), 28
  • Motors (Catalogues), 316
  • Oscillographs (Catalogue), 754
  • Overhead Lines Association, 69, 494
  • Plant (Catalogue), 492
  • Queensland, Barron Falls Supply Scheme, 169
  • Radiators (Catalogue), 640
  • Radio Valves and Valve Sockets, Standard. 55
  • Recorders, Electrical (Catalogue), 434
  • Rectifiers (Catalogue), 516
  • Relays (Catalogue), 28
  • Resistances (Catalogue), 463
  • Salford Electricity Supply, 126
  • Sprague, F. J., Birthday Celebration, 9
  • Starters, Motor (Catalogues), 56, 142, 288, 316, 640
  • Supplies, Electrical (Catalogue), 640
  • Sweden, Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 739
  • Switchgear (Catalogues), 28(2), 288, 316, 376, 434, 640
  • Sydney Electricity Supply, 215
  • Television, Lectures, 329
  • Temperature Controls (Catalogue), 28
  • Terminal Boxes (Catalogue), 463
  • Transformers (Catalogues), 28(2)
  • United States, Production of Energy, 306 (Erratum)
  • Valves, Wireless, Standard, 55
  • Welded Factory Building, 576
  • Welding, Arc, International Competition, 40,
  • 590 ; Lincoln Prize Award, 97 ; Lectures on, 477, 537
  • Welding (Catalogues), 28(2) 434
  • Welding, Training Courses, 455
  • Wireless Apparatus, Marine (Catalogue), 492
  • Wireless Training for Aviators, 597
  • Wiring and Apparatus (Catalogue), 288
  • Wiring Plans, Standard Symbols for, 214

Engines and Boilers :

  • Alarm Switch for Pipes (Catalogue), 200
  • Boiler, Fifty-Four Year Old, 164
  • Boilers, Hot-Water (Catalogue), 28
  • Boilers, Marine (Catalogue), 28
  • Circulators (Catalogue), 288
  • Condensers (Catalogue), 492
  • Coolers (Catalogue), 288
  • Engine, Steam (Catalogue), 640
  • Gauges, Draught and Pressuro (Catalogue), 376
  • Japan, British Steam Turbine Orders, 96
  • Piping, Steam (Catalogue), 516
  • Purifier, Boiler-Feed (Catalogue), 200
  • Regulators, Thermostatic (Catalogue), 516
  • Steam-Raising Plant, Kirkstall Power Station, 193 (Erratum)
  • Stokers, Chain Grate, Repair Link (Cata¬logue), 376
  • Tubes, Condenser (Catalogue), 316
  • Turbines Steam (Catalogues), 612 (2)
  • Valves, Steam (Catalogue), 142

Exhibitions :

  • Architects’ Building Centre, Permanent, 5
  • Building Trades, 310 Combustion-Control Apparatus, Italy, 87
  • German Chemical Plant, 234
  • “ Model Engineer,” 67
  • Power and Mechanical Engineering. New York, 98
  • Public Health Congress and Exhibition, 476
  • Scottish Ideal Home, 179
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery, 204
  • Explosions. Sec Accidents
  • Ferro-concrete. See Cement find Concrete Flying Machines. See Aeronautics Gas :
  • Cylinders, Gas, Standard Colours for, 300
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Supply, 300
  • Retorts (Catalogue), 56

Gas and Oil Engines :

  • Diesel Engine Manufacturers’ Association. New York, 239
  • Michel High-Speed Oil Engine, 360
  • (Errata) Oil Engines, General (Catalogue), 28, 56, 84, 463, 492 (2)
  • Oil Engines, Marine (Catalogues), 492, 640
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 711, 715
  • Piston, Sunbeam, General Adaptability, 211
  • Spanish Market for Internal-Combustion Engines, 288

Harbours, Docks, Piers, &c. :

  • Aden, Port of, 389
  • Bordeaux, Transatlantic Passenger Jetty, 501 (Erratum)
  • Goole Dock Improvements, 282
  • Hobart, Concrete Pier, Proposed. 371
  • Mackay Deep-Water Harbour Scheme. Queensland, 766
  • Memel Harbour Extension, 738 Hydraulics :
  • Machinery, General (Catalogue), 754
  • Pumps, Deep-Well (Catalogue), 376
  • Pumps, Electrically-Driven (Catalogue), 463
  • Pumps, Low-Lift (Catalogue), 28
  • Pumps, ” Mopump ” (Catalogue), 463
  • Pumps, Rotary (Catalogue), 142

Industries and Commerce :

  • Address, Changes of, 154, 214, 246, 272, 299, 384
  • Amalgamations, Company, North-West Area, 185
  • Australia, ” Inter-Empire Trade,” 96:
  • Paper-Producing Co., 573 ; Steel Pipe Manufacture, 582 : Lead and Spelter Exports (U.K.), 611
  • Birmingham, Kinematograph Camera In¬dustry, 127 ; Crown Cork Manufacture, 577
  • Black A Decker Products, British Manu¬facture of, 463
  • Board of Trade Markings, Imported Printing Blocks and Lathe Chucks, 183, 711 ; Wrought Hollow Ware, 329, 775 ; Draw¬ing Instruments, 415, 775
  • Business Names, Registration of, 508
  • Canada, Montreal, New Oil Refinery, 18;
  • Refractories Manufacture, 195; Wood Pulp Exports, 214 ; Turner Valiev oil Well, 214
  • Contracts, 12, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184, 214,
  • 272, 300, 328, 360, 388, 448, 508, 536, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 738, 766
  • East, Near, and British Commerce, 245
  • Education, Commercial, International Con¬gress, 77
  • Exchange Transactions, Foreign, Overseas Memorandum, 55
  • German Export Directory, 293
  • Import Duties Advisory Committee, Applica¬tions to, 69, 738
  • Income-Tax Chart, Tolley’s, 184
  • India, Trade Prospects for Britain, 710
  • Industrial Psychology, National Institute, New President, 544
  • Industrial Research, British Science Guild Lecture, 563
  • Inter-Empire Trade, 96
  • Lancashire, Industrial Developments, 13, 41 69, 96, 477
  • Machine Tool Trade and Russian Export Credit, 215
  • Manchester Area Contracts, 96, 155,185, 215,
  • 272, 300, 329, 477, 509, 536, 597, 653, 682, 738, 767
  • Manchester, General and Constructional Engineering, 13, 41, 69, 96, 127, 155, 185, 215, 245, 272, 300, 329, 361, 388, 418, 449, 477, 509, 536, 566, 597. 625, 653, 682, 711, 738, 767
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 22, 120, 127, 288, 313, 449, 276, 537, 552, 624, 711, 715
  • Personal, 12, 40, 68, 96, 126 127 (Erratum), 154, 184, 214, 244, 272, 300, 328, 360, 388, 418, 488, 476, 508, 536, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 738, 766
  • Philadelphia Commercial Museum, 127
  • Pipe-Making Plant, Vancouver, 490
  • Russian Contracts and the North West Area, 418, 449, 477
  • Sell’s Directory of Telegraphic Addresses. 241
  • Staff Benefit Society, 574
  • Tariffs and Industry, Manchester Area, 245
  • Tees-Side Area, Industrial Development, 185
  • Tenders, 40,126, 184, 214, 244, 272. 300, 328,
  • 360, 388, 418, 508, 536, 624, 652, 738
  • Textile Machinery Trade, North West Area,
  • 127, 155, 185, 272, 300, 388, 536, 597
  • Tin-Plate Production, British, 767
  • United States Oil Industry, Transport Changes, 184
  • Warehouses, Mobile, L.M. A S. Bailway, 524
  • Wise Spending Campaign, 596
  • Institutions. See Technical Societies

Iron and Steel :

  • British Production, 77, 234, 360, 566, 598
  • Canadian Steel Production, 635
  • Case-Hardening (Catalogue), 200
  • Castings, Steel (Catalogue), 492
  • Cleveland, 18, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184,
  • 245, 273. 301, 820, 360, 389. 118, 449, 477, 509, 537, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682,
  • 739, 766
  • Crewe Steelworks, Closing of, 215
  • Cumberland Trade, 509
  • Darlington Rustless Steel A Iron Co., Ltd.,
  • Operations, 449
  • Doubler’s Cut, Its Cause and Prevention, 885
  • East Coast Hematite, 13, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184, 214, 245, 273, 301, 329, 360, 389, 418, 449, 477, 509, 537, 566, 596, 624, 052, 682, 710, 739, 766
  • General Steel Castings Association, 14
  • Indian Foundry Iron Competition, 127.
  • Manchester, 13, 41, 69, 96, 127, 155, 185, 215,
  • 245, 272, 300, 329, 361, 388, 418, 449, 477, 509, 536, 566, 597, 625, 653, 682, 711, 738, 767
  • Manchester Area, Works Activities, 245
  • “ Maxmith ” Alloy Tool Steel, 772
  • Middlesbrough Foreign Ore, 13, 40, 68, 96,
  • 126, 154, 184, 214, 245, 273, 301, 329, 360, 389, 418, 449, 477, 509, 537, 566, 596, 624. 652, 682, 710, 739, 766
  • Middlesbrough Scrap Prices, 13, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184, 214, 245, 273, 301, 329, 360, 389, 419, 449, 477, 509, 567, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 739, 766
  • Molybdenum in Cast Iron, 49
  • North-West Coast Hematite, 41, 96, 127, 449, 477, 625, 711, 238
  • North West Trade, Effects of Cotton Strike, 329, 361
  • Paving Blocks, Cast-Iron (Catalogue), 492
  • Rationalisation Developments, Manchester, 767
  • Boad Sections, Cast-Iron (Catalogue), 376
  • Booting Sheets, Steel, Protected, 330
  • Scotch Shipments, 13, 41, 69, 97, 127, 155,
  • 245, 273, 329, 361, 389, 419, 448, 477. 509, 537, 567, 597, 625, 653, 682, 711, 739, 767
  • Scotch Trade, 13, 41, 69, 97, 127, 155, 185, 215, 245, 273, 301, 329, 361, 389, 419, 448, 477, 509, 536-7, 567, 597, 625, 653, 682,
  • 739, 767
  • Sheffield, 12, 41, 69, 97, 126, 155, 185, 215, 244, 273, 301, 329, 361, 389, 419, 448, 476, 508, 536, 566, 596, 625, 652, 682, 710, 739, 706
  • Sheffield and the New Irish Duties, 126
  • South Wales Blast-Furnaces Re-start, 683
  • Stainless Steels (Catalogue), 434
  • Steel, Cold-Working of, Sheffield University Research. 84
  • Steels, High-Speed, Ac. (Catalogue), 463
  • Steel Pillars, Working Stresses, 329
  • Steels, Special (Catalogue), 667
  • Steels, Tool (Catalogue), 200
  • Structural Steelwork, Standard, 68
  • Pees Imports, 40, 154, 301, 419, 537, 682
  • United States Industry, 27
  • United States Steel Production, 425, 483
  • Welding Steel. ” Timang,” 210
  • Welsh Trade, 69, 97, 127, 155, 245, 273
  • Wild Process, Rustless Steel and Iron Produc¬tion. 449
  • Works Changes, 509
  • Labour Questions. See Trade Societies Legal:
  • Electric Lamps, Restraint on Sale of Second¬hand as New, 683
  • Hours of Employment (Limitation) Bill, 707
  • Patents and Designs Act, 1932, 625
  • Truck Act Case, 241
  • Literature. See Literature Index
  • Locomotives. Sec Railways

Machine and other Tools :

  • (’bucks, Lathe (Catalogue), 516
  • Diehead, Screwing (Catalogue), 434
  • Drilling Machines (Catalogues), 84, 316, 463
  • Engineers’ Tools (Catalogue), 56
  • Hacksaw Factory, Conversion to Electric Drive, 214
  • Hacksaw, Pocket, 524
  • Machine Tools, General (Catalogues), 84, 200, 288
  • Manchester Area Contract, 245, 449
  • Oils, Safe-Cutting, 598
  • Planing Machines (Catalogues), 200, 612
  • Pneumatic Tools (Catalogue), 516
  • Russia and the Machine Tool Industry, 272, 329, 361
  • Saws (Catalogue), 56
  • Screwing Machines (Catalogue), 200
  • Shearing Machines (Catalogue), 288
  • Woodworking Machinery (Catalogue), 434
  • Marine Engineering. 8ee Engines and Boilers ; Ships and Shipbuilding

Markets :

  • Cleveland Iron, 13, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184, 214, 245, 273, 301, 329, 360, 389, 418, 449, 477, 509, 537, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 739, 766

Mining and Metallurgy :

  • Aluminium Manufactures, Ac. (Catalogue), 28 Aluminium Uses (Catalogue), 640 Australia, Radium Production, 611 Canada, Cadmium, 24 ; Ontario China-Clay
  • Deposits, 40; Radium Refinery 245; Gold Production, 705
  • (’use Hardening (Catalogue), 200
  • Coal Ash, Standard Determination of Fusion Temperature, 27
  • Cupro-Nlckel Chemical Standard, New, 625
  • Fire Bricks (Catalogue), 56
  • Furnaces (Catalogues), 84, 516
  • Insulating Bricks (Catalogue), 376
  • Pyrometers (Catalogues), 56, 640
  • Machinery, Mining and Rock-Drilling Ma¬chinery, 40
  • Metal Cutting, Oxygen Process (Catalogue), 84
  • Metals, Machining (Catalogue), 516
  • Molybdenum, World Supply, 21.5 Monel Metal, 38
  • Sweden, Copper and Zinc Ores in, 745
  • Pin Production Statistics, 244
  • Torbanite Deposits, N.S.W., 422
  • United States, Carbon Black Production, 13 ;
  • Mineral Industries, Research, 492
  • Miscellaneous :
  • Address, Changes of, 154, 214, 246, 272, 299, 384
  • Architects and Engineers, Relations between, 551
  • Argentine, Road Construction, 293
  • Australia, Aerial Oil Survey, 357
  • Australia, Oil in, 357, 679
  • Australia, Road-Making and Inferior Wools, 640
  • Balsa Wood, 329
  • Canada, Montreal, New Oil Refinery, 18; Ottawa and Engineering Standards, 68 : Geodetic Level Datum, 228
  • Cleaning (Catalogue), 28
  • Compressors, Air (Catalogue), 56, 612
  • Contracts, 12, 40, 68, 96, 126, 154, 184. 214,
  • 244, 272, 300, 328, 360, 388, 448, 508. 536, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 738, 766
  • Coolers (Catalogue), 288
  • Danish Engineers, Visit to Great Britain, 357
  • Doors, Standard, 508
  • Drawing Instruments (Catalogue), 667
  • Engineers and Architects, Relations between. 551
  • Engineering, General (Catalogue), 316
  • “ Engineering Practice,” 388
  • Engineering Standards and the Ottawa Con¬ference, 68
  • Engineering Work, Heavy (Catalogue), 84
  • Evershed A Vignoles, Ltd., Forty-seven Years of Instrument Manufacture, 69
  • Excavators (Catalogue), 200
  • Fans (Catalogues), 28 (2), 463, 612
  • Football Stand, Highbury, 652
  • Gauges, Pressure (Catalogue), 288
  • Glass, Armour Plate, Weight-Bearing Experi¬ment, 739
  • Glass, X-Ray Protective (Catalogue), 754
  • Golfing Society, Engineering, 419
  • Greases and Oils (Catalogue), 463
  • Hammers, Power (Catalogue), 142
  • Hand Drier, Electric, 767
  • Heating, Central (Catalogue), 200
  • Hygiene in the Far East, 683
  • Illumination and Photometry, Standard Glossary, 127
  • Income-Tax Chart, Tolley’s, 184
  • Laboratory Machines (Catalogue), 640
  • Light-Sensitive Apparatus (Catalogue), 640
  • Lister Company’s Annual Dinner, 710
  • Lithuania, Central Heating in, 753
  • London, Re-Levelling of, 384
  • (Erratum) Lubrication and Lubricants (Catalogues), 142, 288, 516, 612, 640
  • Magnifiers, Luminex, 766
  • Manchester, General and Constructional
  • Engineering, 13, 41, 69, 96, 127, 155, 185, 215, 245, 272, 300, 329, 361, 388, 418, 449, 477, 509, 536, 566, 597, 625, 653, 682, 711, 738, 767
  • Manhole Openings for Chemical Plant, Standard, 712
  • Master Cutler, Sheffield, 273
  • Maxwell, Dr. Francis, 272
  • (Erratum) Microscopes (Catalogue), 667
  • Morse Camshaft (’bains, 516 (Erratum),
  • Motor Spirit, World Production, 41
  • Noise, Suppression of, 329 (Erratum)
  • Office Furniture (Catalogue), 640
  • Office Machinery Users’ Association, 499
  • Oil Depot, New, at Ely Harbour, 653
  • Oils and Greases (Catalogue), 463
  • Oil in New Guinea, 151
  • Oil Pipe Lines in U.S., 127
  • Oil Refinery, Shell-Mex, Canada, 452
  • Oils, Safe-Cutting, 598
  • Oilfields, New, in Russia, 87
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 22, 476
  • Painting, Spray (Catalogue), 640
  • Paving Blocks, Cast-Iron (Catalogue), 492
  • Personal, 12, 40, 68, 96, 126, 127 (Erratum),
  • 154, 184, 214, 244, 272, 300, 328, 360, 388, 418, 448, 476, 508, 536, 566, 596, 624, 652, 682, 710, 738, 766
  • Pillars, Steel, Working Stresses, 329
  • ” Pioneer ” of India, 122
  • Pipe-Making Plant, Vancouver, 490
  • Piping, Copper (Catalogue), 463
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, 204
  • Pyrometers (Catalogue), 56
  • Refrigerators (Catalogue), 376
  • Regulators, Temperature (Catalogues), 316, 492
  • Road Emulsion, Ac., Association, 747
  • Road-Making, Inferior Wools for, 640
  • Road Rollers (Catalogue), 288
  • Ropes, Wire, Standard Fitting Attachments, 766
  • Rubber Products (Catalogue), 200
  • Screws (Catalogue), 612
  • Sell’s Directory of Telegraphic Addresses,241
  • Separators (Catalogue), 28
  • Shanghai Public works Department, 272
  • Shelving, Steel, Catalogue, 200
  • Shutters (Catalogue), 316
  • Spectacles, Speera Magnifying, 545
  • Statf Benefit Society, 574
  • Standards Institution, British, 12, 27, 55,
  • 68, 07. 127, 185. 214, 223, 244, 245, 300,
  • 328, 419, 711, 766
  • Stone-Breaking Machines (Catalogue), 516
  • Stone-Preparing Machinery (Catalogue), 28
  • Tenders, 40, 126, 184, 214, 244, 272, 300,
  • 328, 360, 388, 418, 508, 536, 624, 652, 738
  • Textile Machinery Trade, North West Area,
  • 127, 155, 185, 272, 300, 388, 536, 597
  • Thermometers, Dial (Catalogues), 28, 516
  • Tracing Material, ” Kodatrace,” 739
  • Transport, “ L’Alltfgement des Transports,” 246
  • Trevithick Centenary, 449
  • United States Oil Pipe Lines, 127
  • Vancouver, New Oil Refinery, 214
  • Ventilation (Catalogue), 28
  • Watches, Stop, Ac. (Catalogue), 288
  • Welding (Catalogues), 84, 288
  • Welding, Manganese Steel, 210
  • Welding, Oxy-Acetylene, Practical Applica¬tions, 40
  • Well-Drilling Machine (Catalogue), 376
  • Wheelbarrow, Aluminium, 256
  • Wire, Galvanised, Standard Tests, 12
  • Wise Spending Campaign, 596
  • Xyloles, Standard, 245

Motor-Cars, &c. :

  • Australian Imports of Vehicles, 180
  • Bicycles, Motor, Reclassification, 776
  • Car-Parking Machine, Chicago, 136
  • Direction Indicators on Motor Vehicles, 543
  • Lorries, Heavy (Catalogue), 434
  • Manchester Area, Transport Contracts, 41,
  • 127, 361, 418, 449, 509, 653
  • Motor Spirit, World Production, 41
  • Omnibus, Emergency Driving bv Battery, 273
  • Overseas Trade Opportunities, 537, 552
  • Pipe Line, Iraq to Mediterranean, Motor
  • Lorries for, 624
  • Roadway Goods Transport Guide, 273
  • Salter Report and Motor Manufacturers, 272
  • Traffic Indicators, Approved, 301
  • Transport, ” L’Alldgement des Transports,” 246
  • ” Trolley ’Bus Gazette,” 40
  • Trolley ’Buses (Catalogue), 288
  • Trucks, Petrol-Driven (Catalogue), 516
  • Tyre Valves, Motor, Manufacture in Bir¬mingham, 155
  • Vehicles, Motor (Catalogues), 463, 612
  • Vehicles Registered, 127, 288, 424, 770

Naval :

  • ” Ajax,” H.M. Cruiser. Order, 300
  • ” Daring,” H.M. Destroyer, Trials, 800, 384
  • ” Duchess,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch. 97
  • ” Goncalo Velho,” Portuguese Sloop. Launch. 185
  • ” Goncalves Zarco,” Portuguese Sloop, 711
  • ” Porpoise,” H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 272
  • ” Sea Lion,” H.M. Submarine, Contract for, 625
  • Warship Contracts, New, Allocation of, 361

Naval. See also Aeronautics

Obituary. See General Index

Physics and Chemistry :

  • Chemical Engineering, Leverhulmc Student¬ship, 738
  • Chemical Plant, Standard Manhole Openings, 712
  • Mirror, Galvanometer, for Sound Recording, 273
  • Power Plants. See Electricity

Power Transmission :

  • Ball Bearings (Catalogue), 492
  • Chains (Catalogue), 6i2, 667
  • Gears, Machine-Cut, Standard, 185
  • Helical Gears (Catalogue), 136
  • Skefko Ball Bearing Co., Twenty-one Years
  • of Manufacture, 136

Railways and Locomotives :

  • Australia, Railway Deficits, 328 ; Federal
  • Transport Council, 509 ; Victorian Rail¬ways, Petrol-Electric Rail Cars, 726; Railways, Converted Motor Tractor Trials, 418
  • British Railways, Safety on, 361
  • Car, Transformer, Welded, 759
  • China, American Rolling Stock for, 301 ;
  • American Sleeper Contract, 477
  • Coaling Plant, Locomotive, Mechanical, 244
  • Egyptian Coal Contract, 767
  • ” Flying Scotsman,” New Rolling Stock, 155
  • Foreign Railway Coal Contracts, 711
  • Great Western Railway, Alleged Manipula¬tion of South Wales Docks, 328, 448;
  • Collieries, 508; Swansea Freight-Train Scheme, 625
  • Leicester A Swannington Railway, Centenary, 98
  • Liverpool Cargoes, Rapid Handling by L.M. A S.R., 413 ‘
  • Liverpool-London Express Service, L.M. A
  • S.R., 13
  • Locomotives, Electric (Catalogue), 142
  • Locomotives, Oil-Engine (Catalogue), 754
  • London, Midland A Scottish Railwav,
  • Accelerated Services, 13, 47 ; Punctuality on, 229 ; Warehouses, 524
  • Manchester Area, Railway Contracts, 13, 41, 127, 185, 418, 536
  • Penarth Dock (G.W.R.), Closing of, 13
  • Piccadilly Railway Extensions, 13
  • Rates Tribunal, Presidency of, 081
  • Roumania, British Steam Railcars in, 274
  • Russian Developments, 528
  • Shanghai Terminus, New, 577
  • Signalling Apparatus, Standards, 228, 328
  • Signalling, Colour-Light, L.M. A S. Railway, 12, 300
  • Signals (Catalogue), 142
  • Sleepers, Steel (Catalogue), 200
  • Springs, Rolling-Stock, Standard, 97
  • Teleprinters and Railway Operation, 254
  • Traftlc Receipts, British Railways, 40, 09b
  • Underframes, Cast Steel, Freight-Car. 22b
  • Valve-gear, Gresley (Catalogue), 492
  • Warehouses, Mobile, L.M. A S. Railway. 521
  • Wigan Railway Centenary, 32b
  • Schools. See Education
  • Ships and Shipbuilding :
  • Aden, Port of, 389
  • Barrow, Renewed Activity, 300
  • Cardiff Docks Traffic, 328
  • Cardiff and the Laying-up Scheme, 418
  • Clyde Activities, 41, 97, 155, 215, 389, 537,
  • 567, 683, 711, 767
  • Jones, Trevor S., Retirement, 530
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 128, 214, 494, 052, 710
  • Liverpool, Banana Cargoes, Rapid Handling of, 413
  • Lloyd’s Wreck Returns, 155, 274
  • Medal, Coastwise Shipping, Read, 765
  • Penarth Dock, Closing of, 13, 245
  • Scotch Contracts, 41, 245, 509, 711, 707
  • Scotch Shipbuilding, 41, 97, 155, 215, 301,
  • 389, 419, 448, 447, 537, 567, 597, 683, 711, 767
  • Scotts’ Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., 707
  • Seamen, Census of, 127
  • Shipbuilding (Catalogues), 28, 288
  • South Wales, Laid-up Ships Re-commissioned, 418, 448, 053, 739
  • South Wales, Ships Laid-Up, 41, 301
  • Stabiliser, Ship (Catalogue), 040
  • Transport, “ L’Allegement des Transports,” 246
  • Societies. See Technical and Trade Strikes. See Trade Societies

Technical Societies, &c. :

  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, 169, 509, 573
  • American Society for Testing Materials, 480
  • Architects, British, Royal Institute of, 442
  • Chartered Surveyors’ Institution, 535
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, 40
  • City and Guilds of London Institute. 184
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of, 508, 662
  • Civil Engineers of Ireland, Institution of, 244
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, 37, 04, 97, 104, 368, 434, 567, 574, 726
  • Engineers-in-Charge, Institution of, 185
  • Faraday Old Students’ Association, 448, 545
  • Finsbury Technical College Old Students’ Association, 448
  • Gas Engineers, Institution of, 244
  • German Circle, Engineers, 476, 566, 719, 776
  • Glass Technology, Society of, 39, 590
  • Institution of Engineers, Australia, 272
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, 605, 606
  • King’s College Engineering Society, 537
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of, 102
  • Manchester Chemical Societies Joint Ad¬visory Committee, 448
  • Mining Institute of Scotland, 41
  • Municipal Electrical Association, Inc., 135
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, 310, 526, 567
  • Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Society of, 535
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, 210, 096
  • Office Machinery Users’ Association, 499
  • Overhead Lines Association, 494
  • Physics, Institute of, 536, 687
  • Physical Society, 455
  • Sanitary Engineers, Institution of, 519, 050
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association, 13
  • Transport, Institute of, 41, 434, 765
  • Welding Engineers, Institution of, 40, 590
  • Women’s Engineering Society, 537
  • Wood-Preserving Association, British. 025

Telegraphy. See Electricity

Telephony. See Electricity

Tools. See Machine and other Tools

Trade Societies, &c. :

  • Accidents, Mr. Hackett (N.Y.) on the Addict, 93
  • Appleton, Mr., Views on the Growth of Con¬ferences, 600 ; Review of 40-Hour Week Question, 606
  • Atherton Nut and Bolt Trade, Resumption of Work, 96
  • Australia, Arbitration Court on Need for Lower Costs of Production, 425; All- Australia T.U.C. on Hours, Wages and Abolition of Capital System, 079
  • Bedeaux System of Payment by Results, 123
  • Belgium, Overtime Permit Figures, 50, 425 ;
  • Suggested Dependence of Hours of Work on Economic Situation, 78, 606; Un¬employment Insurance, Proposed Labour Bonuses, 517 ; Unemployment Insurance, Change of Occupation Question, 662
  • Bevan, Mr., on Organisation and the ” Ser¬vice ” Aim in Industry, 9 ; on Hours of Work and Overtime, Need for Inter¬national Convention, 385; on Wage Attacks by Employers, 455; on Employers’ Economics, 517
  • Blastfurnacemen, National Union, on Shorter Working Hours, 606
  • Boilermakers’ Society, Membership and Benefit Data, 180, 282, 370, 517, 020.748 ; General Secretary, Election, 620; on Machine Riveting as Affecting Manual Labour, 748
  • Brazil, Decree Defining ” Collective Labour Agreement,” 473
  • Building Industry Conference, Discussion of Unemployment Question, 211 ; Proposed Formation of Central Council, 211 ; Unemployment Committee to Consider Ill Effects of Economy Campaign, 385
  • Building Trade Workers and the Shorter Working Week, 93 ; Resolution for the Solution of Unemployment Problem, 93
  • Butler, H. B., New Director of International Labour Office, 50
  • Calendar, T.U.C. on Reforming, 180
  • Canada, 0-Hour Day and 5-Day Week
  • Contract, 062 ; Lead and Benzol, Govern¬ment Regulations for Protection of Workers, 079
  • Capitalism, A.E.U. Advocate for Destruc¬tion, 662
  • Cleveland Blastfurnacemen’s Wages, 08, 449
  • Colliers, Firemen, Arc., and Amendment of Unemployment Insurance Act, 93
  • Compositors, London Society of, and 40-Hour Week, 93
  • Conciliation Officers, T.U.C. Scheme, 123
  • Conferences, Growth of, Mr. Appleton’s Views, 006
  • Consulting Engineers and the Title ” Engi¬neer,” 570
  • Costing, Suggested Standard Methods and Labour, 28
  • Cotton Trade, Operatives’ Second Ballot, Nugatory Result, 9 ; Cotton Workers and Manufacturers, Joint Negotiations, 93, 123, 164, 180, 241, 282 ; Breakdown of Negotiations, 211 ; Weavers’ Recommen¬dation, 211 ; Masters and Workers, Opposing Resolutions, 211 ; Strike of Northern Counties Textile Workers, 282 ; T.U.C. Condemnation of Employers’ Policy, 297 ; Labour Minister’s Suggestion in Aid of Settlement, 297 ; Balloting of Operative Cotton Spinners, Ac., 297 ; Renewed Negotiations, 337, 370, 425; Items for Discussion, Collective Bargaining and Honouring Agreements, Wages and Re-instatement, 370 ; Spinners, Deadlock on Wages Question, 370, 385, 456, 473 ; Settlement of Weavers’ Dispute, 385 ; Intervention of Labour Ministry, 456; Spinners’ Provisional Settlement, 517 ; Spinners* Rejection of Settlement, 546 ; Master Cotton Spinners’ Comments, 546 ; Spinners’ Ballot, Inadequate Strike Majority, 570 ; Weavers and Final Agree¬ment, 002, 748 ; Progress of Settlement, 707, 748
  • Czechoslovakia, Prague Iron A Steel Co., Introduction of 40-Hour Week, 78 ; Metal Industry Wage Dispute, Lower Silesia, 517
  • Denmark, Employers Federation on the Im¬policy of the 40-Hour Week, 540 ; Em¬ployers’ Proposed 20 per cent. Cut in Wages, 620
  • Disasters, Colliery and other, T.U.C. and National Administration of Relief Funds, 180
  • Disputes, A.E.U. and Provisions for Avoid¬ance, 9
  • Dobbie, Mr. W., on Interdependence of Industrial and Political Movements, 50
  • Doubler’s Cut, its Causes and Prevention, 385
  • Education, Technical, International Congress on Training Courses, 662
  • Egypt, State Regulations to Avoid Dismissal of workers, 93
  • Eight-Hour Day. See Hours of Work (below). Electrical Trades Union, Employment
  • Situation, 93 ; on Negotiations with Electrical Contractors, 93 ; Disagreement with Underground Workers on Wage Reductions, 180 ; Re-organisation of Electricity Supply Industry, Approval of Labour Party Scheme, 211 ; on the Dis¬placement of Labour Question, 211, 473 ; on New Super-station Agreements and Area Councils, 370 ; on Disproportionate Reduction and Wages, 370 ; Movement towards Amendment of Electricity Acts, 473 ; on the Railway Companies’ Pro¬posals to Shopmen's Trade Unions, 473 ; On Progressive Pay and Sub-station Operatives' Wages, 620 ; Mine Employees ; Co-ordination Measures Question, 620; on Extra Remuneration for Operative Grades in Super-stations, 748; on the 40-Hour Week Question, 748
  • Electricity Supply Industry, E.T.U. and Labour Party Scheme, 211
  • Employment Exchange Reports, 78, 180, 297, 455, 576, 079, 776
  • Employment Exchange Statistics, 1931, 50
  • Employment Fund, Thirteen Years’ Expen¬diture, 9
  • Engineer, International Professional Workers and Consulting Engineers on Protection of Title, 576
  • Engineering Trade Unions and the 40-Hour Week, 620
  • Engineering Trades Joint Council for Govern¬ment Workers (Union Side) and Restora¬tion of Wages, 78
  • Engineering Union, Amalgamated, South- port Meeting, 9; Mr. Hutchinson on Labour Party Control of Unions, 9; National Committee on Elimination of Overtime, 9,164; On the 40-Hour
  • Week, 9, 337 ; on the Provisions for Avoiding Disputes, 9; on Wages and Cost of Living, 9; Annual Report, Financial, 9; National Committee on Disruptive Tactics against the Executive, 78 ; Membership and Benefit Data, 78, ’ 211, 456, 600, 707 ; on Shorter Working Week, 93 ; on Negotiation for Piecework Agreement, 164; Holidays with Pay Question, 104; Resolutions on Night Shift Conditions, on Apprentices, Ac., 104 ; on Safeguarding the Skilled Engi¬neer, 104 ; on the Exploitation of Young Labour, 164 ; on the Elfects of Depression and the Need for Co-operation between Government, Employer and Employed, 211; General Secretary, Nominations, 337, 606, 662 ; Suggested Amendment of Workmen’s Compensation Act, 337 ; on the Railway Companies’ Proposals to Shopmen’s Trade Unions, 473 ; Presi¬dent, Nominations, 600; Executive Councilmen, Nominations, 600 ; National Oil Ship Agreement Question, 600 ” Monkey Wrench,” Ban on Publication, 606; Presidency, Candidates’ Views of Policy, Ac., 022 ; Mr. Gregory on Re¬organisation on Semi-Skilled Basis, 707
  • Factories and Workshops, H.M. Chief In¬spector on the Five-Day Week, 241 ; on Employment, of Women under the 1920 Act, 241
  • Finland, Unemployment Committee Report, Disapproval of Relief Works, 50 ; Pro¬posed State Unemployment Fund, 50
  • Foundry Workers* National Union, Walker Family’s Long Association with, 620
  • France, M. Herriot on the 40-Hour Week, International Question, 93 ; M. Grand- pierre on Difficulty of Legal Limitation of Hours, 93 ; Unemployment. Relief, Ex¬tension of Limit Period, 281 ; State Employees, Protest against Wage Reduc¬tions, 517 ; Short-Time Workers’ Relief, Provisions of Government Decree, 748 ; Multiple Employment., Suggested Limita¬tion, 776; Employment of Pensioners Restricted, 770
  • Friendly Society Statistics, 662
  • Gauge, Specified, and Bar Weight Question, 9
  • General Federation of Trades, Mr. Keen on
  • Parliamentary Action and Wages, 78; G. C. on Advantage of One Union for One Industry, 78 ; Membership and Finance, 211 ; Mr. Appleton on the Efficiency of the Organisation, 020
  • General and Municipal Workers on Shorter Hours and Undiminished Wages, 93 ; and Reduction of Armaments, 337 ; on the 40-Hour Week, 337
  • Geneva Labour Conference, Artbeitgeber on International Social Legislation Ques¬tion, 123 ; I. L. O. Report on Unemploy¬ment Insurance, 707
  • Germany, Unemployment. Figures, 9, 455 ; Mr. Schaffer on Wage-Fixing by the State, 93 ; Artbeitgeber on International Social Legislation, 123 ; Proposed Rationalisa¬tion of Mining and Collateral Industries, 123 ; Prescription of 40-Hour Week, 370 ; Metal Workers, Unemployment Data, 425 ; Unions on Economic Damage of Restrict¬ing Agricultural Imports, 455; Legis¬lative Decree relating to Increase of Workers and Collateral Reduction of Pay, 473, 546; Unemployment Benefit Rates, New Regulations, 620; German Archi¬tects on Protection of Title, 079 ; Metal and Engineering Trades, Results of Wages and Hours Inquiry, 776
  • Greece, Decree Modifying Eight-Hour Day Legal Provisions, 297
  • Heating and Ventilating, Ac., Industries, Co-operation of Employees in Solution of Business Problems, 707
  • Hours of Work, A.E.U. Committee Resolu¬tion for 40-Hour Week, 9, 93 ; Suggested Dependence on Economic Situation, 78; Prague Iron Co.’s 40-Hour Week Scheme, 78; Miner’s Federation Con¬ference, Demands for Shorter Working Day and Cessation of Overtime, 93; Building Trade Workers and the Shorter Working Week, 93 ; General and Muni¬cipal Workers on Shorter Hours and Un¬diminished Pay, 93 ; London Compositors and 40-Hour Week, 93 ; France and the 40-Hour Week, International Aspect, 93 ; M. Grandpierre on Difficulty of Legal Limitation, 93 ; Italy and the Com¬pulsory 40-Hour Week to Meet Unem¬ployment, 123 ; A.E.U. and the Limita¬tion of Overtime, 104 ; Five-Day Week, Factory Inspector’s Comments, 241 : Standard Oil Co.’s Proposed 40-Hour Week, 241 ; Italian Proposal for Reduc¬tion of Hours in Proportion to Machine Output, 297 ; Greece, Decree Modifying Legal Provisions relating to 8-Hour Day, 297; Japan, Hours and Wages Sta¬tistics, 297 ; T.U.C. 48-Hour Week Resolution, 337; Mr. Staal (I.L.O.) on the Non-Ratification of the 40-Hour Week, 370 ; Germany, Prescription of the 40- Hour Week, 370 ; Geneva, Technical Com¬mittee to Consider Universal 40-Hour Week, 385 ; Norman, F. A., on British Government View of a 40-Hour Week. 38.5 ; Watson, F., on British Employers’ View of 40-Hour Week, 385 ; Mr. Bevan on International Conference to Consider Hours of Work and Overtime, 385 ; Ame¬rican Labour Federation on Shorter Working Week and Unemployment, 385 ; 425, 455, 679 ; Germany, Hours of Work as affected by Decree on Ratio of Workers and Wages, 473 ; Osservatore Romano on the Justice of the 40-Hour Week, 473 ; M. Morini Comby’s Criticism of the I.L.O. International 40-Hour Week Proposals, 473 ; U.S. Secretary of Labour on Mechanisation of Labour and Shorter Working Day, 517 ; Danish Employers’ Federation on the Impolicy of 40-Hour Week, 546 ; U.S. Commercial Air Trans¬port Employees, Statistics, 576; Blast¬furnacemen’s Union on Shorter Working Hours, 600 ; Belgium, Opposition to the 40-Hour Week on Economic Grounds, 000; Belgium, Social Christian Organisa¬tion on Reduction of Adults’ Hours of Work, 606; Mr. Appleton’s Review of 40-Hour Week Question, 606 ; Engineer¬ing Trade Unions and the 40-Hour Week, 620; A.E.U. Presidency Candidates and the Shorter Working Week, 020; U.S. Statistics of Existing Working Hours, 002 ; Canada, 0-Hour Day and 5-Day Week Contract, 062 ; All-Australia Trade Union Congress on Hours, 679 ; Hours of Employment (Limitation) Bill, Discussion

of and Rejection by House, 707 ; U.S. Sawmill Industry, Wages and Hours, 707 ; Electrical Trades Union on the 40- Hour Week, 748 ; T.U.C. and Employers’ Organisations and Proposals to Reduce Working Hours, 748 ; Germany, Results of Wages and Hours Inquiry, Metal and Engineering Industry, 770

  • Industrial Developments and Changes of Area, T.U.C. on Need for National Policy, 50
  • Industrial Labour and Labour Information. See International Labour Organisation (Below)
  • Industrial Sickness, Weariness in Mechan¬ised Labour, 9
  • Industrial Situation, 78, 123, 241, 297, 370, 455, 517, 020, 770
  • Industry, League of, Resolutions Proposed at Conference, 385 ; on the Incidence of the Burden of Unemployment Insurance, 425; on the Relief of Industry from Heavy Taxation, 425; Prof. Hilton on Real Wages and on Unemployment and Falling Prices, 425 ; Mclchett, Lord, on Control of Economic Policy by Pro¬ducers, Proposed Supreme Council, 425
  • Industry, Public Ownership and Control of, T.U.C. Report, 281
  • Insurance, Unemployment. See Unemploy¬ment Insurance (below)
  • International Labour Organisation, New Director of I.L.O., 50 ; Danish Suggestion that I.L.O. should Concentrate on Suitable International Problems, 123 ; Suggested International Conference to Consider Hours of Work Reduction, 211 ; Scientific Management, International Congress, 281 ; Mr. Butler on Social Insurance, 337 ;
  • L.O. and the Non-Ratification of the 40-Hour Week, 370; Technical Com¬mittee to Consider Italian Proposal of Universal 40-Hour Week, 385, 517 ; I.L.O. Unemployment Statistics, 455 ; M. Morini Comby’s Criticism of I.L.O. 40-Hour Week Proposal, 473 ; Railwaymen and Tram¬way men, International Christian, and the Automatic Coupling, 546 ; Unemployment Report, I.L.O. (Geneva Conference), 707
  • Iraq, Strike Legislation, 576
  • Iron and Steel Trades Confederation, Bar
  • Weight and Specified Gauge Question, 9
  • Ironstone Miners* Wages, 68
  • Ironworkers’ Wages, 389, 509, 653
  • Italy, Industrial Experts, Requests for Distinctive Title, 50 ; Council of Corpora¬tions on the Possibility of Compulsory 40-Hour Week, 123, 337 ; Government Proposal for International Labour Con¬ference to Consider Reduction of Hours, 211, 385; Unemployment Figures, 241; Fascist Confederation of Industries on Interdependence of Wages and Economics, 282 ; Senate’s Discussion of Unemploy¬ment, Suggested Remedial Measures, 297 ; Osservatore Romano on the Justice of the 40-Hour Week, 473 ; Tenth Anniversary of Fascist Revolution, Professional Meet¬ings and Representations, 679
  • Japan, Wage Rate and Earnings Decline, 1931, 50 ; Factories and Mines, Depression and Failure to Pay Wages, 180 ; Work¬men’s Compensation and Mutual Aid Societies, 180
  • Kaylor, Mr., on the Shorter Working Week, 062
  • Labour Intensification Scheme, Bedaux, 123 Labour Ministry Reports, 78, 123, 180, 241,
  • 297, 370, 455, 517, 576, 620, 776
  • Labour Notes, 9, 50, 78, 93, 123, 164, 180 211, 241, 281, 297, 337, 370, 385, 425, 455, 473, 517, 540, 570, 600, 020, 602, 679, 707, 748, 776
  • Labour Party Conference, Unemployment Resolution, 425; Resolution on Hours of Work, 455
  • Labour, Scientific Management and Incen¬tive to Workers, 281
  • Lacernakers, Operative, Demand for Repeal of 1927 Unemployment Insurance Act, 93
  • League of Industry. See Industry (above) Little, Mr., on the Shorter Working Week. 662
  • Locomotive Engineers and Fireman and the T.U.C. Relations with Federation of British Industries, 337
  • “Man and Metal,” on Bar Weight and Specified Gauge, 9
  • Mander Brothers and Transport and General Workers’ Union, Hours and Pay Scheme. 455
  • Miners’ Federation, Gt. Britain, Executive Committee on the Course to be Taken to Secure International Agreement, 78; Mr. Lee on the Value of the Quota, 78; on National Machinery for Regulation of Wages, 78, 606; Proposed Merger of District Organisations, 78; Conference Demands for Minimum Wage Improve¬ment, Shorter Working Day and Cessation of Overtime, 93; on Workmen’s Com¬pensation Bill and Compulsory Insurance by Employers, 93, 123 ; on War Additions under Workmen’s Compensation Act, 241 ; Conference, Proposed, with Mining Asso¬ciation, 079, 748
  • Miners’ Federation, International, on Bad Organisation of Production, 370; Hosti¬lity to Communist Methods, 370 ; Mr. Staal (I.L.O.) on Non-Ratification of the 40-Hour Week, 370 ; Demand for 40-Hour Week, 370
  • Navigating and Engineer Officers, Rejection of Half-Pay Proposals in Connection with Use of Laid-Up Ships, 707
  • Norway, Proposed Amendment of Act relating to Hours of Work on Board Ship, 123
  • Omnibus Workers, London, Wages and Conditions Dispute, 241, 282, 297, 385; Companies’ Statement of Position, 297
  • Overtime/Amalgamated Engineering Union Views, 9
  • Overtime. See Hours of Work (above) Patternmakers, United, Membership and
  • Benefit Data, 211, 473, 748 ; Unemploy¬ment Figures, 211; National Agreement, Conference, 211 ; Affiliation to Labour Party, Continuance Question, 473 ; Dele¬gate Meeting to Consider Present Position, 473
  • Payment by Result, Bedaux System, 123; Lecture on, 606
  • Plant, Prof. A., on Low Wage Rates, Advantage to Industry and Unemploy¬ment, 241
  • Plasterers, Operative, and Compulsory Insurance of Workers, 93
  • Poland, Decree for Arbitration Boards for Settling Disputes, 93 ; Decree Legalising Amendment of the Higher Salaries, 180
  • Professional Workers and the Title ” Engin¬eer,” 576
  • Public Employees and Trade Union Control of Industry, 337
  • Railways, British Manager’s Conference with Railway Unions on Proposed Reduction in Labour Costs, 425, 456, 473 ; National Wages Board, Jurisdiction Question, 455 ; Central Wages Board, Consideration of Companies’ Scheme, 517 ; Shopmen oil the Wage Restriction, 606; Wedgwood, Sir R, on the case for the Companies, 662, 679, 776 ; National Wages Board, Adverse Views of N.U.R. and Associated Unions on Wage Reduction, 707; National Wages Board, Conclusion of Public Hearing, 776
  • Railways, Irish, Wage Cuts Award, 662 Railway Workers, London Underground
  • Group, and Acceptance of Wage Reduc¬tions, 164,180
  • Railwaymen, National Union, Mr. Dobbie on Need for One Transport Union, 50; On the Interdependence of Industrial and Political Movements, 50; National Wages Board, Jurisdiction Question, 455
  • Railwaymen and Tramwaymen, Inter¬national Christian, on the Automatic Coupling Question, 546
  • Ratification. See Hours of Work (above)
  • “ Record,” on Organisation and the Service
  • Aim in Industry, 9
  • Roumania, Expulsion of Alien Workers, 473 Russia, Five-Year Plan, Inadequate Func¬tioning in certain Industries, 50 ; Factory Workers, Technical Education Statistics, 164 ; Soviet Trade Union Congress, Data as to Working of Piece Rates and the Development of Efficiency Standards, 164; Russian Delegation and T.U.C. Discussion of Fair Wages Clause, 211 ; Wage Movements, 425; Industrial Pro¬duction Statistics, 425; T.U.C. and British Industries Federation, Consulta¬tion on Expanding Trade with Russia, 679; Supply Commissariat, Retrench¬ment Policy, 748; Labour Discipline Measures and Reasons for Strengthening, 748, 776; Factory Workers, Reorganisa¬tion of Food Supplies, 748; Technical Education and Training, Reorganisation of, 748
  • Scientific Management Congress, Amsterdam, Costing and Incentive to Worker Ques¬tions, 281
  • Shipbuilding Employers’ Federation, Election of Officers, 517
  • Shipping, Navigating and Engineer Officers, Rejection of Half-Pay Proposals in connection with Use of Laid-un Ships, 707
  • Sickness, Industrial, Problem oi Weariness in Mechanised Labour, 9
  • Sign and Ticket Writers on Reduction of Armaments, 337
  • South Africa, Trades and Labour Council and Imported Machinery, 50
  • South Wales, Grain-Dischargers’ Strike, 215 ; Ship Repair Wages Question, 215
  • South Wales Tinplato Industry, Scheme for Absorption of Unemployed, 748
  • South Wales Unemployed, Schemes for Unproductive Occupation, 653, 739
  • Spain, Accident Insurance, New Conditions, 662
  • Standard Oil Co., N.J., 40-hour Week System, 241 ; on 40-Hour Week and Competition Question, 241
  • Strike Legislation in Iraq, 576 Strike Statistics, 123, 241, 370, 517, 620, 776 Swedish Unemployment Commission and
  • Winter Conditions of Relief, 546
  • Textile Workers, International Federation, on Beneficial Rationalisation, 180; on the 40-Hour Week, 180
  • Trade Councils and Legislation for National Administration of Disaster Relief Funds, 180
  • Trades Union Congress,' Report on Changes of Area in Industrial Activities, Need for National Policy, 50 ; Insurance, Workers’ Demands for G. C. Action, 93 ; Hours of Work, Submitted Resolutions, 93; Inquiry into Bedaux System, 123 ; Gen¬eral Council’s Special Conciliation Officers’ Scheme, 123 ; On National Administra¬tion of Disaster Relief Funds, 180; on Reforming the Calendar, 180 ; Discussion with Russian Delegation on Fair Wages Clause, 211 ; on Public Ownership and
  • . Control of Industry, Report, 281, 337, 546 ; Mr. Bromley on Government Responsibility in Connection with Existing Unemployment, 297 ; on Over-production and the Shortening of the Working Day, 297; Condemnation of Cotton Trade Employers’ Policy, 297; Disarmament Resolution, Criticisms, 337; on the Relations between the F.B.I. and the T.U.C., 337 ; 40-Hour Week Resolution, 337 ; Mr. Butler (I.L.O.) on Social Insurance, 337 ; Election of Mr. Walkden as Chairman of General Council, 425; on Hunger Marchers and Unemployed Associations, 606; Consultation with Federation of British Industries on Russian Trade Question, 679; Conference with Employers* Organisations on Proposals to reduce Hours of Work, 748
  • Trade Unions and Labour Party Control, 9 Trade Union Statistics, 1931, 517 Transport and General Workers’ Union,
  • on Amalgamation Developments andtheir Advantages, 9; Mr. Bevan on Organisation and the Service Aim of Industry, 9 ; Annual Report, Financial and General Position, 211 ; London Omnibus Workers, Wages and Conditions Dispute, 241, 282, 297, 370, 385, 517; Companies’ Statement of Position, 297 ; Lord Ash field’s New Terms, 370 ; Mr. Bevan on Hours of Work and Overtime, Need for International Convention, 385 ; Mr. Bevan on Wage Attacks by Employers, 455; Messrs. Manders’ Scheme of Hours and Pay, 455 ; Mr. Bevan on Employers’ Economics, 517
  • Transport and General Workers’ Union on Reduction of Armaments, 337 ; on the 40-Hour Week, 337
  • Transport Workers’ Federation, Inter¬national, and the 40-Hour Week, 180
  • Truck Act Case, 241
  • Unemployment, Finnish Committee’s Dis¬approval of Relief Works as Remedy, and Proposed State Fund, 50
  • Unemployment Insurance, Labour Ministry Reports, 78, 123, 180, 241, 297, 370, 455, 576, 679; Insurance Workers and Un¬employment Benefit Cuts, <fcc., 93; Various Unions’ Demands forModification of Existing Regulations, 93 ; League of Industry on Proper Incidence of Burden, 425; Labour Party’s Resolution, 425; Belgium, Proposed Labour Bonuses, 517; Unemployment Fund, Payments Out, 1918-1932, 576 ; Royal Commission, Report, Proposed Statutory Commission, 576 ; I.L.O. Report (Geneva Conference), 707
  • Unemployment, Italian Suggestion for 40-Hour Week Measure, 123 ; Low-Wage Rates, Mutual Advantage to Industry and the Unemployed, 241 ; Italian Senate’s Remedial Measures to meet Unemploy¬ment, 297; T.U.C. and Government Responsibility, 297; Labour Party’s Composite Resolution, 425; I.L.O. Statistics, 455, 748
  • Unemployment Reports, 78, 180, 241, 297, 455, 517, 576, 620, 679, 776
  • Unemployment, T.U.C. on Hunger Marchers and Unemployed Associations, 606
  • Unemplovment Totals, Monthly Statistics, 78, 180, 297, 455, 576, 679, 776
  • United States, Works Sickness Funds, In¬vestigation into System, 5Q ; N.Y. Labour Department on tlie Accident Addict, 93 ; Electrical Workers ” Post Graduate Club,” Educational, 164 ; Massachusetts University Courses for ” White Collar ” Unemployed, 164 ; Federation of Labour, Unemployment Statistics and Comments, 180, 455 , 546; Standard Oil Co., Pro¬posed 40-Hour Week and Probable Effects, 241 ; Labour Federation, Com¬pulsory Unemployment Insurance Plan, ;Raising of Unemployment Relief Funds, 281 ; Accidents, Air. Hackett on Prevention in Shop Work, 281, 620; Mr. Frey on Unsound Industrial Policies and the Responsibility of the Industries, Shorter Working Week, Conference
  • Urged, 385; New York Labour Depart¬ment, New Form for Assembling Accident Information, 385 ; Federation of Labour on Mechanism and the Unemployment Problem, 425 ; Federation of Labour, Mr. Green on the Causes of Increasing Unem¬plovment and Contention for Reduction of Hours, 455-6, 679 ; New York State Employment Service for the Handicapped, 517 ; Secretary of Labour on Mechanisa¬tion of Industry and Shorter Working Day, 517 ; Group Life Insurance Plan, with Disability Provisions, Proposed Ex¬tension to British Isles, 546; Out-of- Work Wanderers Question, Suggestions for Preventive Action, 576 ; Bureau of Labour Statistics on Earnings and Hours of Commercial Air Transport Employees, 576 ; Industrial Conference Board, Statis¬tics of Existing Working Hours, 662; Sawmill Industry Statistics, Wages and Hours, 707 ; Vocational Schools, Safety Inspection of Equipment, 748
  • Wages, Fluctuation of, 123, 241, 370, 517, 620, 776
  • Wages, German Minister on State Fixing oi Wages, 93 ; Disputed Wages and Con¬ditions, T.U.C.’s Conciliation Scheme, 123 ; Low-Wage Rates as a Factor in Unem¬ployment and Industrial Prosperity, 241 ; Fascist Views on Interdependence of Wages and Economics, 282; Japanese Statistics of Hours and Wages, 297 ; League of Industry on Real Wages and on Unemployment and Falling Prices, 425 ; Payment by Result Question, 606
  • Walker, Joseph, Long Family Association with Foundr>r Workers’ Union, 620
  • Washington Hours. See Hours of Work (above)
  • Women and Children, Employment under 1920 Act, 241
  • Working Hours. See Hours of Work (above) Workmen’s Compensation Bill, Miners and Lines of Draughting, 93 ; Miners and War Additions, 241

Trade.

  • See Coal; Iron and Steel; Ships and Shipbuilding ; Electricity : Industries

Tramways :

  • Giant’s Causeway Tramway, 163
  • Tramway Future of, 126

Turbines. See Engines and Boilers Universities. See Education

Vehicles. See Motor Cars ; Railways

Warships. See Naval Waterworks :

  • Arkel Waterworks, Holland, 239
  • Liverpool Water Supply, 494
  • Meters, Domestic Rotary (Catalogue), 288
  • Panama Canal, Water Main Across, 20
  • Pipes, Water, Aluminium Paint for, 272
  • Toronto Water Supply, 58