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Engineering 1937 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs

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Engineering 1937 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs
Engineering 1937 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs
Engineering 1937 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs
Engineering 1937 Jan-Jun: Index: Paragraphs

Note: This is a sun-section of Engineering 1937 Jan-Jun: Index

PARAGRAPH INDEX

Accidents : *

  • Report of Inter-Departmental Committee on Rehabilitation of Injured Persons, Fracture Cases, 672
  • Road Accidents, Ministry of Transport Returns, 92
  • United States, Bituminous and Anthracite Miners’ Accident Rates, 1936, 203

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodrome Lighting Equipment, Erratum, 531
  • Agricultural Operations, Uses of Aeroplanes, 377
  • Airscrew, Controllable-Pitch, Bristol, 13
  • Apprentices, Vacancies in R.A.F., 288, 493
  • Bearings, Roller, for Aero-Engine Rocker Arms, 138
  • Canada, Forest Fire Detection from Air, 150 Durban Seaplane Base, 7
  • German Aeroplanes for Argentina, 553 Milan Aeronautical Exhibition, 456
  • New Zealand, First Aerial Beacon, 74
  • North Atlantic Flying Boat, 159
  • Royal Air Force Display, 663
  • ‘ * Santos Dumont,” Ocean-Flying Boat, 531 Scottish Air Base Contract, 207
  • Singapore Air Port, 11
  • Sparking Plug, New, for Aero Engines, 289 Teddington Seaplane Tank, Film of Work at, 92

Agriculture :

  • Aeroplane in Agricultural Operations,. 377 Crops, Drying Appliances (Catalogue), 80 Durham Agricultural School, 179
  • Farm Electrification in Fife, 417
  • Alloys. See Mining and Metallurgy
  • Appointments, Awards, &c. :
  • British Non-Ferrous Research Association, Chairman, 509
  • Chemical Industry Society’s Medal Award, 464
  • Coopers Hill War-Memorial Prize, 347 Duddell Medal Award, 179
  • Faraday Medal Award, 205
  • Federation of British industries, Chairman, 523 ; Deouty President, 435
  • Fox, S., and Co., Ltd., Managerial Changes, 464
  • Geological Survey of Gt. Britain, Directorship, 179
  • Gustave Trasenster Medal, 1937, 523
  • Public Works Congress Awards, 650
  • Royal Meteorological Society, Buchan Prize, 12
  • Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, President, 377
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Boilers. See Engines and, Boilers

Bridges :

  • Decks, Open-Steel Bridge (Catalogue), 334 Wick-Harbour Bridge, 663
  • Buildings and Building Construction :
  • Architecture, Maintenance Scholarships in, 443
  • Harvey Gardens Housing Estate, 281 Reinforced Concrete in Building (Catalogue), 220
  • Canals :
  • Trwin Canal Works, 723
  • Manchester Ship, Report, 242

Catalogues :

  • 53,80,166, 220, 276, 303, 334, 364, 394, 480, 510, 540, 596, 624, 650, 710
  • A.E.G. Electric Co., Ltd., 303
  • Ailsa Craig, Ltd., 394
  • Alunize, Ltd., 276
  • Alexander, Geo. H., Machinery, Ltd., 650
  • Allen, Edgar, and Co., Ltd., 80, 276
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co., Ltd., 650
  • Ashworth, E. and A., Ltd., 303
  • Ashworth and Parker, Ltd., 276
  • Automatic Engineering Co., Ltd., 394
  • Aveling-Barford, Ltd., 220, 480
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 596
  • Bakelite Corporation, 394
  • Bestwood Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., 394
  • Boby, R., Ltd., 510
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 53, 276, 334, 480, 650
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., 220
  • British Timken, Ltd., 650
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., 364
  • Bryan Donkin Co., Ltd., 220, 334
  • Burton, Griffiths, and Co., Ltd., 364
  • Butterley Co., Ltd., 394
  • Callender’s Cable and Construction Co., Ltd., 480
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 276, 624
  • Clydesdale Stamping Co., Ltd., 480
  • Cochran and Co. (Annan), Ltd., 540
  • Cochranes (Middlesbro’) Foundry, Ltd., 510
  • Cohen, G., Sons and Co., Ltd., 394
  • Crockatt, W., and Sons, Ltd., 303
  • Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., 540
  • Crosby Valve and Engineering Co., Ltd., 540
  • Danks, H. and T. (Netherton), Ltd., 624
  • Diamond Blower Co., Ltd., 624
  • Dominion Engineering Co., 364
  • Dyson, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 596
  • Edward Valve and Manufacturing Co., Inc., 334
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., 364 •
  • Electric Depot, Ltd., 303
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 596
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 394, 510 Estler-Irving, Ltd., 334
  • Ewart and Son, Ltd., 334
  • Falconer, A., 220
  • Felco Hoists, Ltd., 596
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 364
  • Franco-British Electrical Co., Ltd., 53 General Electric Co., Ltd., 276, 394, 510 Gent and Co., Ltd., 80, 166, 364, 394, 480 Gilkes, Gilbert, and Gordon, Ltd., 710
  • Glasgow Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 596 Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., 364
  • Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., 334, 650
  • Hadfields, Ltd., 53, 624
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd., 650
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 480, 650
  • Hendry, J., Ltd., 394
  • Henley’s, W. T., Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 53, 480
  • Higgs Motors, Ltd., 364, 394, 624, 710 High-Duty Alloys, Ltd., 80
  • Hoffman Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 596 Holman Brothers, Ltd., 364, 510, 710 Holmes, J. H., and Co., Ltd., 334, 364 Honeywell-Brown, Ltd., 510
  • International Combustion, Ltd., 166, 710 International Construction Co., Ltd., 624 International Craft Plugs, Ltd., 540
  • Jessop, W., and Sons, Ltd., 303
  • Johnson and Phillips, Ltd., 364
  • Kandern Electrical, Ltd., 53, 303, 480
  • Kipp, P. J., and Zonen, 394
  • Kryn and Lahy (1928), Ltd., 510
  • Lightalloys, Ltd., 394
  • Lorant and Co., Ltd., 80
  • Marelli and Co., Ltd., 276
  • Marks and Clerk, 303
  • Marley, W. H. and Co., 540
  • Mather <fc Platt, Ltd., 53, 334
  • M. and C. Switchgear, Ltd., 334
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., 510 Monarch Machine Tool Co., 364
  • “ Monitor ” Patent Safety Devices, Ltd., 596 Morris, Herbert, Ltd., 166, 540
  • Moss Gear Co., Ltd., 80
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 80
  • Murray and Paterson, 166
  • Oerlikon, Ateliers de Construction, 334
  • “ P. and B.” Engineering Co., Ltd., 303
  • Painter Brothers, Ltd., 303
  • Piercey, Keith, Ltd., 303
  • Poles, Ltd., 53
  • Pump Unit, Ltd., 334
  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., 80
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd., 394
  • Raybestos-Belaco, Ltd., 303
  • Renold and Coventry Chain Co., Ltd., 480
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., 276
  • Rheostatic Co., Ltd., 394
  • Robinson, T., and Son, Ltd., 334
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 394, 596
  • Scott, H. J., and Co. (Belfast), Ltd., 540
  • Soag Machine Tools, Ltd., 480
  • Spanner Thimble Tube Boilers, Ltd., 80
  • Stanton Iron Works Co., Ltd., 334
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd., 334,510,596 Theo and Co., Ltd., 650
  • Tinsley, H., and Co., 334
  • Trussed Concrete Steel Co., Ltd., 166, 220
  • Vokes, Ltd., 540
  • Wadkin, Ltd., 303
  • Watson, H. T., 276
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd., 650, 710
  • Westminster Tool and Electric Co., Ltd., 303
  • Winsor Engineering Co., Ltd., 303
  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 650
  • Cement and Concrete :
  • Concrete Chimneys, 330
  • Kerbs, Pre-Cast Concrete, Standard, 377
  • Partition Slabs, Concrete, Standard, 650
  • Reinforced Concrete in Building (Catalogue), 220
  • Vicat-Needle Apparatus, Automatic, Addendum, 67
  • Coal :
  • Cables, Trailing, for Mining, Standard, 13 Canada, Imports, 13, 671; Production, 90
  • Cardiff, 12, 38, 66, 92,121,150,178, 206, 232, 260, 288, 316, 346, 376, 407, 435, 465, 493, 523, 553, 581, 609, 636, 663, 693
  • Coal Utilisation Council, 316 Czechoslovakian Industry, 456, 688
  • Danish Imports of U.K. Coal, 68
  • Fans, Mine, Standard Testing, 317
  • Middlesbrough Coke, 13, 38, 67, 93, 121, 151, 179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 376, 407, 435, 465, 493, 523, 553, 581, 609 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Mining Equipment (Catalogue), 510 Mountain Ash Colliery, Re-opening, 20 Sheffield, 13, 39, 66, 93, 120, 150, 179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 377, 406, 435, 464, 492, 523, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Wales, South, 722 ,
  • Weighing Appliances (Catalogue), 394
  • Colleges. See Education

Companies :

  • Brooks Motors, Ltd., History, 637
  • Firth, Thos., and John Brown, Ltd., 609 Gas Light and Coke Company, 722
  • London Power Co., Progress Data, 178
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Jubilee, 201
  • Concrete. See Cement and Concrete
  • Cranes, Conveyors, &c. :
  • Conveying Plant (Catalogue), 166
  • Conveyors (Catalogue), 540
  • Hoists, Electric (Catalogues), 166, 364, 510
  • Lifting Tackle (Catalogue), 596 Phosphate-Handling Installation at Nauru,
  • 343
  • Docks. See Harbours

Education :

  • Architecture, Maintenance Scholarships in, 443
  • Faraday House Scholarships, 492
  • Finsbury Technical College Old Students’ Association, 608
  • Finsbury Technical College, Old Students’ Dinner, 118
  • Henry Ford Institute of Agricultural Engineering, 722
  • Kernot Memorial Medal, 718
  • L.C.C. Junior Technical Schools, 178
  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical
  • Medicine, Malaria-Control Course, 377
  • Sir John Cass Institute, Lectures on Copper- Nickel Alloys, 523
  • Technology, Engineering, British Institute of, 159
  • University College Engineering Society Handbook, 297

Electricity :

  • Aerodrome-Lighting Equipment; Erratum, 531 Benevolent Association, Electrical Industries, 180, 253
  • Brighton, Brush-Ljungstr.im Sets at, 203 ’Bus Bars, Copper for, 207
  • Cables (Catalogues), 276 (2), 334, 364, 394, ’ 480 (2), 650
  • Cables, High-Voltage, Dielectric Phenomena in, Erratum, 473
  • Calcutta Electricity Supply, 179, 675
  • Circuit Breakers (Catalogue), 364
  • Clocks, Electric (Catalogue), 80, 480
  • Coils, Electromagnetic (Catalogue), 303
  • Condensers (Catalogue), 53, 334
  • Conductors, Copper, South African Requirements, 587
  • " Copper for ’Bus Bars, 207
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, History, 376
  • Electrical Industries Benevolent Association, 180, 253
  • Electrodeposition Conference, International, 92
  • Electrolysis as a Fire Hazard, U.S. Comments, 8
  • Electrostatic Precipitation, &c. (Catalogue), 510
  • Equipment, Electrical (Catalogue), 53
  • Farm Electrification in Fife, 417
  • Floodlight Projectors (Catalogue), 480
  • Fuses (Catalogue), 394
  • Fuses, Universal Cartridge, 160
  • Galloway Hydro-Electric Scheme, Errata, 8 Galvanometers (Catalogue), 334
  • Generation Statistics, 159, 248, 493, 581, 709 Generators (Catalogue), 364
  • Gloves, Rubber, for Electrical Purposes, Standard, 179
  • Horticulture, Electricity in (Catalogue), 220
  • India, Hydro-Electric Developments, 370
  • Lamp, Reading, Standard, 8
  • Light Fittings (Catalogues), 53, 303
  • Lighting Applications, International Congress, 233
  • Lighting Control (Catalogue), 334
  • Lighting Signs (Catalogue), 53
  • Lighting Standards (Catalogue), 53
  • Load Indicator (Catalogue), 303
  • Lochaber Scheme, Scottish Contract, 207
  • London Power Co., Progress Data, 178 Meters (Catalogue), 53
  • Meters, Supply, Certification of, 346
  • Motors (Catalogues), 276, 364, 394 (2), 540, 624, 710
  • Motors, Fractional Horse-Power (Catalogue), 276
  • Nigeria, Supply in, 552
  • North-East Coast Supply, 492
  • Plug Connections for Bell and Telephone Circuits, Standard, 580
  • Plugs and Sockets, Battery-Vehicle Charging, Standard, 567
  • Plugs, Wall (Catalogue), 540
  • Printing Works, Electrical Equipment (Catalogue), 334
  • Radio Apparatus, Standard, 589
  • Recording Instruments (Catalogue), 596
  • Rectifiers, Metal (Catalogue), 710
  • Relays (Catalogue), 650
  • Resistance Bridges (Catalogue), 303
  • Sheffield Electricity Supply and Coal Question, 66
  • Switchboard Instruments, A.C. (Catalogue), 276
  • Switches (Catalogue), 334
  • Syrens, Electric (Catalogue), 480
  • Telegraph Apparatus, Standard, 589
  • Telegraphy, Telephony and Radio Communications, Graphical Symbols, Standard, 473
  • Telephones (Catalogue), 166
  • Television, Relays in Buildings, 289
  • Terminal Boxes (Catalogue), 53 (2)
  • Torch, Safety, Battery, 522
  • Tractors, Platform, at Paddington, 34 Transformer, Hand-Lamp, 415 Transformers (Catalogue), 303
  • Vulcanisers for Cables, 480
  • Welding, Arc (Catalogues), 80, 596
  • Welding, Arc, Lectures on, 608
  • Welding, Protective Glasses for, Standard, 108
  • Winders, Electric (Catalogue), 510
  • Wires (Catalogues), 276 (2), 394
  • Wiring Equipment (Catalogue), 480.
  • Workington, Colliery for Undersea Coalfield, 406

Engines and Boilers :

  • Boiler Plant (Catalogue), 166, 394
  • Boilers (Catalogues), 80, 540, 624, 650 Boilers, Water-Tube, 650
  • Cleaners, Turbine (Catalogue), 596
  • CO-2 Recorders (Catalogue), 303
  • Engines, Parker (Catalogue), 276
  • Heaters, Water (Catalogue), 80
  • Marine Machinery Output, 1936, 12, 66, 92, 138, 150,188
  • Regulators, Pressure (Catalogue), 540
  • Turbine Plant (Catalogue), 510
  • Valves, Marine (Catalogue), 334
  • Water Conditioning (Catalogue), 303

Exhibitions :

  • British Industries Fair (1938), 317, 614 Czechoslovakia, Trade Fairs, 609
  • Foire de Paris, 130, 207, 552
  • German Chemical Engineering Exhibition, 614
  • Glasgow, Empire Exhibition, 405, 493
  • Hotel, Restaurant and Catering, 513 Inventions, Northern, 194
  • Leipzig International Fair, 188
  • Luton Municipal, 376
  • Milan International Aeronautical, 456
  • Model Railway, 452
  • Mouldings, Plastic, American, 317
  • Paris International Exposition, 288
  • Swiss Industries Fair, 315

Gas :

  • Appliances, Domestic, Standard, 224
  • Gas Plant (Catalogue), 220
  • Gas Producing Plant (Catalogue), 650 Laboratory Equipment (Catalogue), 334
  • Water Heaters, Gas (Catalogue), 334

Gas and Oil Engines :

  • Diesel Engines (Catalogues), 694, 510, 650
  • Diesel Engines for Lifeboats, Scottish Contract, 493
  • Fuel-Injection Equipment for Oil Engines, 662
  • Oil Engines (Catalogue), 694
  • Optical Indicator for Internal-Combustion
  • Engines (Catalogue), 694
  • Petrol Engines (Catalogue), 570
  • Sleeve-Valve Oil Engine, Piston Temperatures, Erratum, 165
  • Harbours, Docks, Piers, &c. :
  • Southampton Docks, 406

Hydraulics :

  • Pumps, Centrifugal (Catalogues), 334, 596 Pumps, Self-Priming (Catalogue), 710 Pump Testing, British Standards, 493 Pump Units, Hydraulic Press (Catalogue), 334

Industries and Commerce :

  • British Industries Federation, Chairmanship, 523
  • British Industries Federation, China Committee, 26
  • British Industries Federation, Deputy President, 435
  • British Instrument Company’s New Works, 377
  • Canada-Sheffield Trade Campaign, 693 Contracts, 12, 38, 66, 92, 120, 150, 178, 206, 232, 260, 288, 316, 346. 376, 406, 434, 464, 522, 552, 580, 608, 636,' 662, 692
  • Cumberland, West, Industrial Opportunities, 241
  • Durham, Crook, Industrial Developments at, 234
  • Electrician’s Tools, South African Requirements, 93
  • French Tin-Plate and Canning, 493
  • Goods Transport in British Ships, Recommendations by L.C.C., 248
  • Leipzig International Industries Fair, Reports, 188
  • Manchester Manufactures, 510
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Price Chart, 132 Overseas Trade Opportunities, &c., 444, 587 Oxford, Industrial Safety Conference, 431 Personal, 12, 38, 66, 92, 120, 150, 178, 206, 232, 260, 288, 316, 346, 376, 406, 434, 464, 522, 552, 580, 608, 636, 662, 692, 722
  • Scotland, Works Extensions in, 121
  • Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, New President, 377
  • Sheffield Manufactures and Electricity Supply, 66
  • Steel Shortage Difficulty, 434
  • Tenders, 12, 38, 66, 120, 150, 178, 206, 260, 288, 316, 346, 376, 406, 434, 464, 522, 552,
  • 580, 608, 636, 662, 692
  • Trade Marks, Misuse of “.Sheffield” on Foreign Goods. 232
  • United States Tin-Plate Industry, 346
  • Institutions. See Technical Societies
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Gas and
  • Oil Engines

Iron and Steel :

  • British Production, 150, 566, 729 Brown-Firth Laboratories, 609
  • Butterley Company’s Products (Catalogue), 394
  • China, Iron Ore in, 672
  • Cleveland Basic Iron Prices, 38, 93,151,179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 376, 407, 435, 465, 523, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Cleveland Iron Market, 13, 38, 67, 93, 121, 151, 179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 376, 407, 435, 465, 493, 523, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Cleveland Manufactured Iron and Steel, 13, 38, 67, 93, 121, 151,179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 376, 407, 435, 464, 493, 523, 553,
  • 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Cleveland Pig Iron Output, 1936, 13
  • Colville’s Steelworks, Extension Scheme, 465 Crystal Palace, Cast and Wrought Iron from, 346
  • Denmark, Cleveland Pig Iron Import, 38 “ Durehete ” Creep-Resisting Steel, 464 East Coast Hematite, 13, 38, 67, 93, 121, 151, 179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 376, 407, 435, 465, 493, 523, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Foreign Material, Demand for, 289
  • Metallurgical Analysis, Standard Methods, 492
  • Middlesbrough Foreign Ore, 13, 38, 67, 93, 121, 151, 179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347,
  • 376, 407, 435, 465, 493, 523, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693
  • Middlesbrough Scrap Prices, 13, 38, 67, 93, 121, 151, 179, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347,
  • 377, 407, 464, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Mill Housing, Large Cast-Steel, 234
  • Pipes, Cast-Iron, Spun (Catalogues), 334, 510 Prices Chart, 268
  • Railways and Steel, 316
  • Russian Progress in Iron and Steel Production, 532
  • Scottish Iron Shipments, 13, 39, 67, 93, 121, 151, 178, 207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 377, 407, 435, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693
  • Scottish Iron and Steel Trade, 13, 39, 67, 93, 121, 151, 178,-207, 233, 261, 289, 317, 347, 377, 406, 435, 465, 493, 522, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Sheffield Iron and Steel Trade, 13, 39, 66, 92, 120, 150, 179, 206, 233, 260, 288, 316, 347, 377, 406, 434, 464, 492, 523, 553, 581, 609, 637, 663, 693, 723
  • Skinningrove Company’s New Furnace, 121 Steels, Chromium and Nickel-Chromium, Standard, 18
  • Steel, Fusion-Welded, Standard Air Receivers, 443
  • Steel Protection by Zinc Spraying, 671
  • Steel Shortage Difficulty, 434
  • Steels, Special (Catalogue), 624
  • Steel, Stainless, Fabrication of, 693 Steel Strip, Hot-Rolled, Standard, 420 Steelworkers, Baths for, 609
  • Structural Steelwork (Catalogue), 480 Tees Imports, 67, 151, 261, 407, 523, 663 Tees Shipments, 38, 151, 261, 407, 523, 637 Tool Steels (Catalogues), 80, 276, 303 Tubing, Steel, Flexible, Standard, 609 Turkey, Blast-Furnaces for, 179
  • Welsh Trade, 12, 38, 66, 92, 121, 150, 178, 206, 232, 260, 288, 316, 346, 376, 407, 435, 465, 493, 523, 553, 581, 609, 636, 663, 693, 722
  • Wishaw Blast-Furnace Plant, Dismantling of, 576
  • Labour Questions. See Trade Societies
  • Literature. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Locomotives. See Railways

Machine and Other Tools :

  • Lathe Equipment (Catalogue), 364
  • Machine Tools, General (Catalogues), 480,650 Pneumatic Tools (Catalogue), 364
  • Saws, Care and Use of, 474
  • Steel, High-Speed Tool (Catalogue), 80 Tube-Bending Machines (Catalogue), 166 Vices, Machine (Catalogue), 540 Woodworking Machinery (Catalogue), 303, 334
  • Marine Engineering. See Engines and Boilers ; Ships and Shipbuilding

Mining and Metallurgy :

  • Alloys, Nickel-Ferrous, 608
  • Aluminium Alloy, Alpax (Catalogue), 394 Aluminium-Alloy Castings, Standard, 386 Aluminium Alloys, R.R.56, High Strength, 609
  • Aluminium Production and Applications, 317 Aluminium, Surface Coatings Competition, 206
  • Annealing, Bright (Catalogue), 624
  • Ball Mill, Grinding (Catalogue), 716
  • Brass Pressings, 581
  • Brass Sheets, Cold-Rolled, Standard, 115 Brown-Firth Research Laboratories, 609 Canada, Asbestos Exports, 38 ; Crude Petroleum Production, 47
  • Canada, Quebec, Mineral Production, 503 Casting Alloy, Hiduminium (Catalogue), 80 Copper Mine, B.C., Re-opening, 493 Copper-Nickel Alloys, Lectures on, 523 Ferro-Chromium, New Standardised Samples, 692
  • Forgings, Drop (Catalogue), 480
  • Jointing Material, Aluminium and Light- Alloy (Catalogue), 276
  • Lead Bronze. Precision-Finished Bars and Tubes, 317
  • Lead, Manufacture and Properties of, 723 Metallurgical Analysis, Standard Methods, 492
  • Mine Signalling (Catalogue), 364
  • Mining Equipment (Catalogue), 510
  • Nickel Cast-Iron Compositions, Wall Chart, 663
  • Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 509
  • Printing Metals, 315
  • Separators, Magnetic (Catalogue), 394 Sheet-Metal Working Machinery (Catalogue), 364
  • Steel Strip, Hot-Rolled, Standard, 420 Temperature Chart, 531
  • Tin-Plate, World Production, 693
  • Turkey, Blast Furnaces for, 179
  • United States, Large Strip Rolling Mills, 232 United States, Tin-Plate Industry, 346

Miscellaneous :

  • Air Receivers, Steel, Fusion Welded, Standard, 443
  • Alarms, Pressure (Catalogue), 596 Argentine, Standardisation of Materials in, 400
  • Bakelite (Catalogue), 394
  • Ball Bearings, Miniature, 737
  • Ball Mills (Catalogue), 364
  • Baths, Welded Structure for, 692
  • Bolts, Expansion, 465
  • Brewery Refrigeration (Catalogue), 650
  • Calendars and Almanacs, 147, 205, 261, 386, 407, 417
  • Catalogues, Trade, and Leicester Libraries, 370
  • Civil Servants, Professional, Salary Question, 553
  • Clocks, Synchronous (Catalogue), 394 Compressed-Air Engines (Catalogue), 710 Computators for Standard Components, 693 Contracts, 12, 38, 66, 92, 120, 150, 178, 206, 232, 260, 288, 316, 376, 406, 434, 464, 492, 522, 552, 580, 608, 636, 662, 692, 722
  • Controls, Automatic, and Recording Systems (Catalogue), 510
  • Cooking Equipment (Catalogue), 220
  • Crushers (Catalogue), 53
  • Dean and Stark Apparatus, Receivers for, Standard, 33
  • Domestic Appliances, Gas and Water, Standard, 224
  • Drawing Office Material Manufacturers’ and Dealers’ Association, 121
  • Driers', Rotary (Catalogue), 596
  • Dusi Automatic Vicat-Needle Apparatus, Addendum, 67
  • Fans (Catalogue), 596
  • Fastenings, Expanding, 493
  • Filters, Air (Catalogue), 540
  • Fire Hydrants, Indicating Tablets for, 12 Floors, Pre-Cast (Catalogue),. 166
  • Forest Fires, Detection from Air in Canada, 150
  • Gauging System (Catalogue), 364
  • Grain and Malt-Handling Machinery (Catalogue), 510
  • Granary, Bahia Blanca, 80,000-Ton, 608 Grinders, Air-Driven (Catalogue), 8 Industrial Safety Conference, Oxford, 431 Jointing Material, Aluminium and Light Alloy (Catalogue), 276
  • Joints, Fusion-Welded, Cold-Bend Tests, Standard, 151
  • Laboratory Machinery, &c. (Catalogue), 334, 650
  • Lead, Manufacture and Properties of, 723 Leicester Libraries and Trade Catalogues, 370 Locating Clips (Catalogue), 394
  • Looms, Warp Stop Motion for (Catalogue), 53 Luton, Road Widening, 268 Malaria-Control Course for Laymen, 377 Malaya, Engineering Association of, 608 Manchester, Engineers’ Club, 372
  • Old Cromptonians, Association of, 376 Paints, Ready-Mixed, Standard, 179 Personal, 12, 38, 66, 92, 120, 150, 178, 206, 232, 260, 288, 316, 376, 406, 434, 464, 492, 522, 552, 580, 608, 636, 662, 692, 722 Pipe-Line Flow Indicator (Catalogue), 334 Pipes, Spun Cast-Iron (Catalogues), 334, 510
  • Power Plant (Catalogue), 394
  • Pumps, Fuel-Oil (Catalogue), 276
  • Pumps, Oil (Catalogue), 650 Recording Instruments for pH Values (Catalogue), 624
  • Road Rollers, Diesel (Catalogue), 480 Scotland, Works Extensions in, 121 Soot Cleaners (Catalogue), 624
  • Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, 410
  • Standards Institution, British, 8, 13, 18, 26, 33, 108, 115, 151, 179 (2), 224, 377, 386, 420, 443, 473, 493, 553, 567, 580, 589, 609, 650
  • Storage Bins (Catalogue), 303
  • Swedish Engineering Works (Nydqvist), 316 Temperature Controls, Central Heating (Catalogue), 394
  • Tenders, 12, 38, 66, 120, 150, 178, 206, 260, . 288, 316, 376, 406, 434, 464, 492, 522, 552, 580, 608, 636, 662, 692, 722
  • Thermometers (Catalogue), 276 Tube-Bending Machine (Catalogue) 166 Ventilation and Ventilators (Catalogue), 303, 334
  • Vicat-Needle Apparatus, Dusi Automatic, Addendum, 67
  • Water Heaters, Gas (Catalogue), 334 Weighing Machines (Catalogue), 303 Welding, Oxy-Acetylene, Equipment (Catalogue), 200
  • Welding, Protective Glasses 'for, Standard, 108

Motor Cars, &c. :

  • Accidents, Road, Ministry of Transport Returns, 92
  • Africa, South, Motor Cars in, 523
  • Bearings, Motor-Vehicle (Catalogue), 637 Brake-Linings (Catalogue), 303
  • Buda Engine Exhibit at Brussels, 617 Commercial Motor Users’ Association, 224 Ford Car, Twenty-five Millionth, 152 Fuels, Home-Produced, for Motor Vehicles, 637
  • Gears, Change-Speed (Catalogue), 596 Locating Clips (Catalogue), 394
  • Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Society of, 581
  • Road Vehicles Registered, Gt. Britain, 523 Steam Vehicles, Maximum Loads, 347 Tramway and Trolley-’Bus Statistics, 179

Naval :

  • “Abbeydale,” Fleet Auxiliary Tanker, 38, 289
  • “Afridi,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 688 Clyde Battleship Contracts, 523 “Cossack,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 688 “Ilex,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 178 “Imogen,” H.M. Torpedo Boat, Trials, 679 “Intrepid,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 66 “Manchester,” H.M. Cruiser, Launch of, 435 Warship Construction (Catalogue), 650
  • Obituary. See GENERAL INDEX
  • Physics and Chemistry :
  • Flow Measurement, 581

Power Transmission :

  • Bearings, Ball and Roller (Catalogue), 596 Bearings, Motor Vehicle (Catalogue), 650 Belt Transmission (Catalogue), 394 Chain Drives for Printing Presses, 609 Chain Transmission (Catalogues), 480, 609 Drives, Vee-Rope (Catalogue), 540 Geared Motor Units (Catalogue), 80 Pulley Blocks (Catalogue), 166
  • Renold Chain-Drive, 1,200-H.P., 694 Worm Gears, Machine-Cut, Standard, 553
  • Power Plants. See Electricity

Railways and Locomotives :

  • Boilers, Locomotive, Scottish Contract, 581 Containers, Interchangeable, 416
  • Coronation, London Transport Arrangements, 461
  • Exhibition, Model Railway, 452
  • Great Western Railway, Furze Platt Halt, 590 ; Steel Sleepers on, 34; Swindon Rolling Stock Output, 39; 4-6-0 Type Express Locomotive, 78; Weed-Killing Train, Erratum, 577
  • Locomotives, Electric (Catalogue), 364 Locomotives for L.M. and S. Railway, 427 Locomotive, 4-6-0 Type Express, G.W.R., 78 London Midland and Scottish Railway, Locomotives for, 427
  • London and North Eastern Railway, Wagon Contract, 121
  • Platform Tractors at Paddington, Electric, 34 Railcars, Diesel-Electric (Catalogue), 334 Rails, Flat-Bottom, Standard, 26
  • Sleepers, Steel, on G.W.R., 34
  • Steel, Absorption by Railways, 316 Stratfordians’ Reunion Dinner, 39 Wagons for Exceptional Loads, G.W.R., 637 Weed-Killing Train, G.W.R., Erratawi, 577
  • Road Accidents. See Accidents
  • Schools. See Education

Sewage and Drainage :

  • Buenos Aires, Rain-Water Drainage Works, 637
  • Ships and Shipbuilding :
  • Clyde Activities, 39, 151, 207, 233, 261, 407, 523, 637, 723
  • Densometers (Catalogue), 303
  • Dredger Bucket Pins (Catalogue), '624
  • Goods Carriage in British Ships, L.C.C. Recommendation, 248
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 12, 92, 120, 152, 206, 270, 297, 316, 346, 376, 434, 492, 552, 580, 608, 636, 662, 692
  • Marine Machinery Output, 1936, 12, 66, 92, 138, 150, 188
  • “Merchant Navy Journal,” 693
  • Phosphate-Handling Installation at Nauru, 343
  • Salinometers (Catalogue), 303
  • Scottish Contracts, 67, 93, 121,151, 289, 317, 347, 377, 407, 435, 523, 553, 581, 693, 722
  • Scottish Shipbuilding, 39, 151, 207, 233, 261, 407, 523, 637, 723
  • “ Scrap and Build ” Schema, 289
  • Screw Propulsion Centenary of, 178
  • Ship Surveyors, B.O.T. Competitive Appointments, 473
  • Shipbuilding in 1936, 19, 102, 178
  • Societies. See Technical and Trade

Technical Societies, &c. :

  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, 92, 347, 689, 714 Automobile Engineers, Institution of, 589 Chemical Industry, Society of, 723
  • Derby Society of Engineers, 353
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, 146, 376, 552, 664, 678
  • Electrodeposition Conference, International, 92
  • Engineering, Inspection, Institution of, 607 Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of, 435
  • Faraday House Old Students’ Association, 233 Faraday Society, 372
  • Foundrymen, British, Institute .of, 465, 735 Illuminating Engineering Society, 160, 715 Industrial Physics Conference, 206
  • Inland-Harbour Conference, International, 636
  • International Lighting Congress, 288
  • Leather Trades’ Chemists Conference, South Kensington, 96
  • Lighting Applications, International Congress 233
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of, 669
  • Metals, Institute of, 218, 433, 519 Meteorological Society, Royal, 12 Mining Engineers, Institution of, 190, 692 Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of, 580, 674
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, 188, 206 Newcomen Society, 633
  • Physical Society, 179
  • Physics, Institute of, 723
  • Printing and Allied Trades Research Association, 662 •
  • Public Works, <fcc., Congress, 650
  • Sanitary Engineers, Institution of, 663.
  • Sanitary Institute, Royal, Health Congress, 161
  • Transport, Institute of, 474, 718
  • Water Engineers, Institution of, 497 Waterworks Association, British, 582
  • Telegraphy. See Electricity
  • Telephony. See Electricity
  • Tools. See Machine and other Tools
  • Trade Societies, &c. :
  • Accidents, Report of Inter-Departmental Committee on Rehabilitation of Injured Persons, Fracture Cases, 672
  • Aircraft Industry, Production Operatives’ Unofficial Strike, 298 ; Aircraft .Engineers and National Agreement, Proposed Strike Ballot and Employers’ Answer to Claims, 673
  • Alberta, Hours of Labour Legislation and Penalties for Infringement, 257
  • Amalgamation, Business, and Loss of Employment, Proposed Legislation, 548
  • Australia, Victoria Trades Hall Council, Resolution in Favour of 40-Hour Week, 147
  • Austria, Refusal of Minister to Ratify 40- Hour Week Convention and Hours of Work (Coal Mines) Convention, 147 ; Mayor of Vi nna on Economic Advantage of 40-Hour Week with Reduced Wages, 257 ; Federal Authorities and the Undue Use of Overtime, 618
  • Aveling-Barford’s Pension and Group Life Assurance Scheme, 326
  • Barnsley Corporation Employees’ 40-Hour Week, Auditor’s Comments, 416
  • Beardmore Strike, 372, 416, 444, 474, 489, 590, 618
  • Belgium, Finance Ministry, Duties and Obligations of Members, 35 ; Appointment of Unemployment Commissioner, 89 ; Unemployment Insurance and the Belgian Trade Union Committee, 89; Order to Label Poisonous Products used in Industry, 298
  • Birmingham and Yorkshire Brassfounder Operatives, Wages Increase, 372
  • Boilermakers’ Society, Membership and Benefit Data, 117, 242, 356, 489 ; Mr. Hodgson’s Comments on Prospects, 117 ; Riveters and Caulkers’ Wage Advance, 356 ; Unemployment and Employees’ Age Limit, 489
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Concession of Week’s Holiday with Pay, 548
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued
  • Building Trades, Cost-of-Living Advances, 88 ; Suggested Increase of Apprentices in Southern Counties to Avoid Depletion in the North, 175; Mr. G. Hicks on the Development and Value of ‘ ‘ Wet Time " Insurance Scheme, 298
  • ’Busmen, London, 7Hour Day Demand, 416, 444, 489 ; Str ke, 532, 548, 590, 618, 632
  • Canada, Winnipeg Board of Trade Unemployment Relief Scheme,. 8 ; Improvement in Number of Workers, 147; Shortage of Skilled Workers, 147, 257; Employment and Unemployment Statistics, 372, 474; Bank of Canada on Russian Production of Pig Iron and Steel, 532
  • Chemical Trade Employees, Wage Increases, 326
  • Children, Wage-Earning, Appeal of Committee for Legislation Relative to Hours of Work, 532
  • Civil Servants, Professional, Sir R. Red- mayne's Comments on Salaries, 553
  • Cleveland Blast-Furnacemen’s Wages, 67, 407 Cleveland Ironstone Miners’ Wages, 67, 435 Clydeside Apprentices’ Strike, 444,474, 532, 548
  • Coal, Voluntary Price Increases and Miners’ Wage Increases, 356
  • “ Company Unions,” Condemnation by Non- Manual Workers’ Advisory Council, 444
  • Cotton Industry. See Textile Industry Czechoslovakia, Comments on the 40-Hour Week as an Economic Advantage, 257
  • Denmark, Factory Inspection Service Credit, 63; Social Insurance Act, Pensionable Age Amendment, 298; Bill for the Prohibition of Overtime to Combat Unemployment, 356
  • Diseases, Occupational, Comments by Dr. Greenburg (U.S.), 89; Polish Health Council and Notification of Lead Poisoning, 147; T.U.C. Deputation to Home Secretary, 175; Illinois State, Extension Enactment, 176 ; Germany, Extension of Accident Insurance to Occupational Diseases, 203 ; U.S. Department of Labour on Dermatitis and Individual Sensitivity, 356
  • Disputes, Avoidance of, A.E.U. Resolution Relating to Provisions for, 672
  • Electrical Industry, Wage Rates Agreement, 689 ; London Working Rules, Addition to Clause 9, 689
  • Electrolysis as a Fire Hazard, U.S. Fire Underwriters’ Statement, 8
  • Employers’ Liability Bill, 257 Employment Exchange Reports, 35,117,175, 242, 298, 356, 416, 489, 532, 618, 672, 731
  • Engineering Industry, New Wage, Application by Unions having Members Employed in, 489 ; National Minimum Wage Question, 532; Joint Trades Movement at York, 689
  • Engineering Union, Amalgamated, Member, ship and Benefit Data, 63, 203, 326, 444, 590, 689 ; Comments on Government Reference to Shortage of Skilled Labour, 63 ; Veto on Unauthorised Issue of Circulars by Branches, 63 ; Proposed Pressure for Shorter Week, Improved Pay, &c., 146, 672 ; Barrow District Committee and Executive Council, Embargo on Overtime Question, 203 ; Warning Against “Agents” in Cases of Unofficial Strikes, 203; Statement as to Unofficial Strikes of Aircraft Production Operatives, 298; Conference with Employers’ Federation on the Machine Question and the Main Criteria, 326; Re-armament Scheme, Comments on the Labour Position and Attitude, 326; Proposed Scheme for the Amalgamation of Engineering Unions, 326; Beardmore Strike, 372, 416, 444, 474, 489, 590, 618; Beardmore Strike, Men’s Demands and Pay Rates, 416; Claim for Jurisdiction in Relation to Apprentices and Youths, 444, 689; Administration of Local Purposes Fund Question, 444 ; Objection to “ Debt” System in Piecework Operations, 444 ; on Need for Loyalty to Union Executive, 474, 590; Joint Trades’ Application for Improved Pay and Conditions, 590 ; Aircraft Industry, Unofficial Strike Ballot of A.E.U. Members, Mr. Smith’s Comments, 618; Discussion with Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., on Wages Claims and NonUnionism, 632 ; Scarborough Meeting of National Committee, Resolutions, 672; Aircraft Engineers and National Agreement, Proposed Str ke Ballot and Employers’ Answer to Claims, 673 ; Holidays with Pay Resolution, 672 ; 40-Hour Working Week and Overtime Resolution, 672; Defence Programme Resolution, 672 ; Resolution Relating to Provisions for Avoiding Disputes, 672 ; Hostility to Aircraft Shop Stewards’ National Council Usurping Functions, 689; Claim for Increased Wages and Improved Working Conditions, 730
  • Factories Bill, Hours of Work of Women and Young Persons, 175; Fencing of Machinery Clause, 326; Clause 68, Sir John Simon’s Comments, 489 ; Clause Restricting Hours of Work of Persons under 16, 632; Shipbuilding Unions’ Criticism of Bill, 548
  • Fencing of Machinery Clause in Factories Bill, 326
  • Ford Motor Company’s Concession of Two Weeks’ Holiday with Pay, 63 ,
  • Foremen’s Association, Engineering and Allied Trades, President’s Warning as to Unofficial Strikes, 590
  • France, Law for Compulsory Arbitration in Industrial Disputes, 35 ; Proposed Legislation to Re-classify Working Classes, 63 ; School of Scientific Management, 63; Textile Industry, Regulation of Working Hours, Overtime, &c., 88; Metallurgical &c., Trades, 40-Hour Week Decree, 257, 518; Ministerial Order Regulating Aver-
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • age Hours for Continuous Day and Night Work, 257 ; 40-Hour Week Act and Demand for Labour, 326; Order Authorising Making up Time Lost in Slack Periods in Metal Industries, 618
  • General Federation of Trades, Membership and Benefit Data, 203, 590, 632 ; Mr. Appleton on Present Prosperity and Provision Against a Slackening of Trade, 203 ; Discussion. with T.U.C. on Raising Funds in National Disputes, 632
  • General and Municipal Workers, Wage Increase Demand, 489 ; National Minimum Wage Question, 532
  • Geneva. See International Labour Office
  • Germany, Building Trade, Shortage of Skilled Workers and the Overtime Question, 8 ; Accident Insurance, Extension to Occupational Diseases, 203; New Civil Service Act, Regulations, 257 ; Labour Ministry’s Ruling on 96-Hour Fortnight, 298 ; Unemployment Figures, 326 ; Hours of Work Average, Increase in, 474 ; Herr Hitler on Impossibility of Increasing Wages 532; Regulations Affecting Workers in Roofing Undertakings, 548; Hours of Work Order, Rules Regarding Prolongation of Normal Hours, 618
  • Greece, Public Servants’ Club, Operation of, 8 Harworth Colliery Strike, 35, 118, 416, 444, 474, 532, 590, 632
  • Health Ministry, Poor Relief Returns, 35, 474, 590; Local Government Financial Statistics, 1934-35 (Poor Relief), 63; Health Insurance Scheme, T.U.C. Deputation for Improved Allowances, 146
  • Holland, Metal Industry, Hours of Work Statistics, 8; Legislation to Regulate Motor Vehicle Drivers’ Hours of Work, &c., 147
  • Hours of Work, German Building Trade, Overtime as Affecting Shortage of Skilled Workers, 8; Holland Metal Industry, Hours of Work Statistics, 8 ; Railwaymen’s Hours of Work Programme, 63 ; London Transport and ’Busmen’s Proposed Seven-Hour Day, 63; Ford Motor Company’s Concession of Two Weeks’ Holiday with Pay, 63; International Miners, Proposed Campaign for Shorter Working Week, 88 ; French Textile Industry, Hours of Work, Overtime, &c., Regulations, 88 ; United States, Washington Conference on Labour Legislation, Hours of Work Resolution, 88 ; American. Machinists’ Demand for 30-Hour Week to Relieve Unemployment, 118 ; American Federation of Labour on the Increased Hours for Average Working Week, 118; Railway Shopmen and Holidays with Pay Question, 146 ; A.E.U. Proposed Pressure for Shorter Working Week, 146, 672; U.S. Painters and Decorators of New York, Agreement as to Working Hours, 147; Austria, Refusal 1 o Ratify 40-Hour Week Convention and Hours of Work (Coal Mines) Convention, 147; Australia, Victoria Trades Hall Council, 40-Hour Week Resolution, 147 ; U.S. National Manufacturers and the 40-Hour Week as Affecting Principles of Industry, 147; Holland, Legislation to Regulate Motor Vehicle Drivers’ Hours of Work, 147 ; Factories Bill, Part VI, Regulation of Working Hours for Women and Young Persons, 175 ; Federation of British Industries, Sir H. Bowden on the 42-Hour Week, 203 ; United States Mineworkers’ Demands for Shorter Working Week, &c., 242 ; Belgium, Alleged Infringement of Eight Hours Act, Court Decision on Ro'ce Majeure Question, 242 ; Annual Holiday Bill, Holidays with Pay Investigation, 257, 298, 372 ; Alberta, Hours of Labour Legislation and Penalties for Infringement, 257; France, 40-Hour Week Decree in Metallurgical, &c., Trades, 257 ; France, Ministerial Order Averaging Continuous Hours on Day and Night Work, 257; Czechoslovakia, Comments on the 40-Hour Week as an Economic Advantage, 257; Austria, Mayor of Vienna on Economic Advantage of 40-Hour Week and Reduced Wages, 257 ; New Zealand, Dr. Mitchell’s Objection to Regulating Hours in Engineering Industry by Legislation, 298; Germany, Labour Ministry’s Ruling on 96- Hour Fortnight, 298; Employment of Young Persons, Departmental Committee’s Report, 326 ; France, 40-Hour Week Act and Demand for Labour, 326 ; Denmark, Bill to Suppress Overtime, 356 ; Printing, &c., Trades, Rejection of Employers’ Proposals in Connection with Shorter Week, 356; Miss Foyle’s Paper on the 40-Hour Week, 372; London ’Busmen’s Demand for 7|-Hour Day, 416 ; Barnsley Corporation Employees’ 40-Hour Week, Auditor’s Comments, 416; Italy, Suspension of Shorter Working Week, 474; Germany, Increase in Hours of Work Average, 474 ; Chicago Departmental Stores, Adoption of 40-Hour Week, 489; Holidays with Pay, Mr. Leggett on Pre-War Conditions and Present Agreements, 532 ; Committee on Wage-Earning Children, Appeal for Legislation Relative to Hours, 532 ; Post Office Workers and the 40-Hour Five-Day Week, 548 ; British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Concession of Week’s Holiday with Pay, 548; Germany, Regulations Affecting Hours of Workers in Roofing Undertakings, 548 ; Textile Workers, International, and the 40-Hour Week, 590; Sweden, Proposed Legislation Dealing with Hours of Work, 590 ; France, Metallurgical, &c., Trades, Order Authorising Making-up of Time Lost in Slack Periods, 618,; Austria, Federal Authorities and the Undue Use of Overtime, 618; Factories Bill, Clause Restricting Hours of Persons under 16 ; United States, Provisions of Hours and Wages Bill, 632 ; A.E.U. Holidays with Pay Resolution, 672; A.E.U., 40-
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • Hour Working Week and Overtime Resolution, 672; T.U.C., Sir Walter Citrine on the Workers’ Right to Holidays with Pay, 689; Conference with Engineering and Allied Employers’ National Federation, 730 ; International Labour Conference, 731 ; Japan, Military Arsenals, Hours of Work in, 731
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Discussion with A.E.U. on Wages and NonUnionism, 632
  • Industrial Situation, 35, 175, 298, 416, 532, 672
  • International Labour Office, Employment and Unemployment Returns, International, 63, 474, 731
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 1937 Prospects, 242 ; Workers’ Wages, 474
  • Iron and Steel Trades Federation, on the Lag Between Wages and Industrial Prosperity, 88 ; Membership Data, 88 ; “ Man and Metal ” Comments on the Sliding Scales, 356
  • Iron Trade Wages, Scottish, 407, 465, 637
  • Italy, Committee to Co-ordinate Vocational Training of Commercial Workers, 63; Economic Becovery, Influence on Working Hours, 474
  • Japan, Japanese T.U.C., Co-operation of Workers and the Farmer Population Question, 63; Formation of Patriotic Trade Union Association, 63; Japanese General Federation of Labour on the Higher Wage Claims of Ironfounders and Others, 618; Military Arsenals, Hours of Work in, 731
  • Juvenile Workers, Hours of Work under Factories Bill, 175, 489, 632; Employment of ,Young Persons, Departmental Committee’s Report, 326; Unregulated Employment, Appeal for Extension of Factory Regulation Relating to Hours, 532: Unemployment Insurance Acts and Liability of Employers in Respect of Employees attending School, 548; Factories Bill, Clause Restricting Hours of Person? under Sixteen, 632 ; Shortage in the Cotton Industry, 672
  • Labour Ministry Reports, 35, 117, 175, 203, 242, 298, 356, 416, 532, 672, 731
  • Labour Ministry’s 1936 Report, Comments on Unofficial Disputes, 532
  • ?Labour Ministry Staff, Improved Minimum- Pay Rates, 416
  • Labour Notes, 8, 35, 63, 88, 117, 146, 175, 203, 242, 257, 298, 326, 356, 372, 416, 444, 475, 489, 532, 548, 590, 618, 632, 672, 689, 730
  • Labour and Transport Committee, Proposed Regulation of Goods Road Transport Standards, 348
  • Left Wing United Front, Composition and Programme, 88
  • Light Metal Industry, Increased-Wage Agreement, 474
  • Locomotive Engineers and Firemen. See Railways (below)
  • London ’Busmen’s 71-Hour Day Demand, 416, 444, 489; Strike, 532, 548, 590, 618, 632
  • London County Council and Application of Fair Wages Clause, 8
  • London Trades Council, Greater London Industrial and Commercial Survey Scheme, 632
  • Machine Tool Manning, Employers’ Rejection of Union’s Proposals, 257
  • “ Man and Metal ” on the Prospects for 1937 in the Iron and Steel Industry, 242 ; Comments on Sliding Scales, 356; on Workers’ Wages in the Iron and Steel Industry, 474 ; on Low Wages, 731
  • Marconi Co., London Staff’s Visit to Chelmsford Works, 326
  • Miners’ Federation, International, Campaign for Shorter Working Week, 88
  • Miners’ Wage Increases and Voluntary Increases in Coal Prices, 356
  • Mineworkers’ Federation, Wage Increase Question, 35 ; Harworth Colliery Strike, 35, 118, 416, 444, 474, 532, 590, 632; Threatened National Stoppage, 44, 474, 489; General Strike Notices, 532, 548, 590, 618, 632
  • New Zealand, Engineering Industry and Hours of Work, Mr. Mitchell’s Objection to Legislative Enactment, 298
  • Non-Manual Workers’ Advisory Council and “ Company Unions,” 444
  • Nottinghamshire Miners’ Industrial Union and the Harworth Colliery Dispute, 35, 118, 416, 444, 474, 532, 590, 632
  • Pattern Makers’ Association, Unemployment and Membership Figures, 117, 242, 356, 474, 489, 590; New Wage Proposals, All-in Rates for Scotland and England, 242;' Armament Programme, Beneficial Effect on Employment, 356; Annual Report, 489
  • Pensions, United Steel Companies’ Scheme, 118 ; Denmark, Lowering of Pensionable Age, 298 ; Aveling-Barford’s Scheme, '326 Poisonous Products Used in Industry, Belgian Order for Labelling, 298
  • Poland, National Health Council and Noti- I flcation of Lead Poisoning, 147
  • Poor Relief. See Health Ministry (above)
  • Post Office Workers’ Union, Wages of Manipulative Grades, 444; Conference and the 40-Hour Five-Day Week, 548 ;
  • Printing, &c., Trades, Conference Resolution as to Shorter Working Week, 356
  • PublicWorks Contracts, L.C.C., and Extended Application of Fair Wages Clause, 8
  • Pulp and Paper Manufacturers (Pacific Coast) and International Brotherhoods, Agreement Prohibiting Disputes, 146
  • Railway Clerks’ Association. See Railways (below)
  • Railways, National Tribunal’s Rejection of Engineers’ and Firemen’s Claims and Reasons, 35, 118; Data on Service of Members on Public and other Bodies, 63 ;
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • N.U.R. Programme of Wages and Hours of Work Demands, 63; Locomotive Engineers, Non-Acquiescence in National Tribunal’s Findings, 118 ; Railway Shopmen and Holidays with Pay Question, 146 ; N.U.R., Locomotive Engineers’ and Railway Clerks’ New Demands, 326, 444, 489, 532, 632; Railway Shopmen, Submission of Claims, 444, 632 ; Shopmen’s Council, Consideration of Claims of Unions Having Members in Railway Shops, 489, 532; Railway Clerks, Mr. Simpson on “ United Front ” and “ Factious Aims,” 632
  • Railway Staff, National Tribunal. See Railways (above)
  • Railwaymen, National Union. See Railways (above)
  • Rationalisation in Production, Mr. Urwick on its Advantages and on Adjustment of Hardships Involved, 176; Sweden, Ill Effects of Rationalisation on Health, 590, 672
  • Russia, Soviet, Industrial Developments, 416; Cancellation of 1930 Orders to Promote Stabilisation of Employment, 632
  • Scottish Mineworkers’ National Union, Statement of Objection to Unofficial Strikes, 298
  • Sheffield Steelworkers’ Wages, 464
  • Shipbuilding Industry, Employers and Shipyard Unions’ .Committee, Provisional Settlement of Wages Claims, 88 ; Wages Settlement Approved, 118 ; Shipbuilding, &c., Confederation and Clydeside and Belfast Apprentices’ Strike, 444 ; Unions’ Conference on Alternations of Activity and Depression and Criticism of Factories Bifl, 548
  • Skilled Labour Shortage, in Germany, 8 ; A.E.U.’s Comments on Government Reference and on Training Centres, 63; Canadian Manufacturers’ Experience, 147, 257; Proposed Training Schools in Sheffield for Unemployed, 206 ; William Jessop and Sons’ Labour Difficulty, 233 ; Shortage of Skilled and Juvenile Labour in the Cotton Industry, 672
  • South Africa, Employment Situation, 298 ; Labour Demand in Mining Industry, 298
  • South Wales Miners’ Federation, Discussion of Terms of Proposed Five Years’ Agreement, 372 ; Acceptance of Agreement for Four Years, 416
  • Stanton Iron Works Co.’s Coronation Welfare Grant to Workers, 175
  • Steelworkers’ Wages, U.S. and Other Countries, Comparison, 548
  • Strike Statistics, 117, 242, 356, 489, 618, 731
  • Strikes, Unofficial, A.E.U. Warning against “Agents” in Unofficial Strikes, 203; A.E.U. Statement as to Unofficial Strikes of Aircraft Production Operatives, 298 ; A.E.U. and the Unofficial Strike of Aircraft Members, 618
  • Sweden, Proposed State Institute of Handicrafts, 88; Overtime Working, Data as to Permits, 444 ; Improved Economic and Industrial Conditions, 590; Hours of Work, Proposed Legislation, 590; Rationalisation, Ill Effects on Health of, 590, 672
  • Switzerland, Conference of Employers and Employed on Holidays with Pay Question, 414
  • Textile Industry, International Federation of Workers and the 40-Hour Week, 590 ; A. K. Armitage on the Shortage of Skilled and Juvenile Labour, 672
  • Trades Union Congress, Resolution (1936) in Favour of Compensation for Displaced Workers, Efforts Towards Legislation, 8 ; Deputation to Health Minister, Request for Improved Allowances, 146 ; Deputation to Home Secretary to Consider Plymouth Resolutions Relating to Workers’ Health and Compensation, 175 ; General Council’s Objection to Irregular Action by Trades Councils, 176 ; Council’s Views on Transfer of Juvenile Workers, 356 ; Business Amalgamations and Loss of Employment, Proposed Legislation, 548; Discussion, with General Federation of Trade Unions, on Raising Funds for National Disputes, 632 ; Sir Walter Citrine on the Right of Workers to Holidays with Pay, 689
  • Training Centres for Skilled Labour, A.E.U. Comments, 63 ; Sheffield, Proposed Training Schools, 206
  • Transport and General Workers’ Union, London Transport Board and the Seven- Hour Day for ’Busmen, 63 ; Mr. Bevin on the Progress of the Organisation, 118 ; Mr. Bevin’s Call for Unity and Organisation, 242; Mr. Bevin on Negotiation Without Strikes, 356 ; Demand for 7|-Hour Day by London ’Busmen, 416, 444, 489 ; Labourers in Engineering Industry, Minimum Wage Question, 532; Strike of London ’Busmen, 532, 548, 590, 618, 632 ; Mr. Bevin’s Denunciation of Communistic Influence, 618 ; Mr. Bevin on Maintenance of Negotiating Machinery and Honouring Agreements, 632 ; London Transport Board, Changes in Time Schedules, 731
  • Transport and Labour Committee, Proposed Regulation of Goods Road Transport Standards, 348
  • Unemployment, General, Winnipeg Unemployment Relief Scheme, 8 ; International Employment and Unemployment Returns, 63,474 ; Washington Conference, Demands for Unemployment Compensation Legislation, 88
  • Unemployment Insurance, Belgian Trade Union Committee’s Discussion of, 89
  • Unemployment Insurance, Labour Ministry Reports, 35, 117, 203, 242, 356, 489, 618, 672, 731
  • Unemployment Reports, 35, 117, 298, 356, .416, 489, 532, 618, 672, 731
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • United States, Federation of Labour (Tampa Convention) and the 30-Hour Week, 8 ; Machinists, International, Prosperity in 1936, 8, 474 ; Fire Underwriters (New York) on the Hazards of Electrolysis, 8 ; Department of Agriculture, Farm Population Figures, 8 ; General Motors, Negotiations Dispute, 35, 88, 203 ; Washington Conference on Labour Legislation, Minimum Wage, Hours of Work and Unemployment Compensation Resolutions, 88 ; Silicosis, Dr. Greenburg’s Comments, 88 ; Railwaymen’s Unions, Wages and Hours of Work Demands, 118 ; Machinists, International, Demand for 30-Hour Week to Relieve Unemployment, 118 ; Federation of Labour on Increased Hours for Average Working Week, 118; Labour Department, Suggested Increase of Power to Deal with Disputes, 146 ; Labour Bank . Statistics, 147 ; Painters and Decorators’ Association and Brotherhoods, Agreement as to Journeymen, Hours of Work, &c., 147 ; National Association of Manufacturers, Declaration of Principles of Industry, 147 ; Illinois State, Occupational Disease Enactment, 176; Bituminous
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • Miners, Low Accident Rates for 1936, 203 ; General Motors and Automobile Workers’ Agreement, 203 ; Steel Industry, Employee Representations in, 203 ; Brooklyn Shop Picketing Incident, 242 ; United Mine Workers and Bituminous Coalowners, Demands and Counter Proposals, 242 ; Machinists, International, Criticism of Action of Industrial Organisation during Automobile Strike, 257 ; Committee for Industrial Organisation, Forward Congress of, 298; Federation of Labour’s Unemployment, &c., Figures, 326 ; N.Y. Department of Labour on Dermatitis and Industrial Sensitivity, 356 ; Mr. Roosevelt on Breakdown of Labour Standards and Remedial Measures, 372 ; Industrial Relations Committee’s Industrial Peace Programme, 416 ; Wagner Labour Relations Act, U.S. Supreme Court Decisions, 474; Chicago Department Stores, Adoption of 40-Hour Week, 489 ; Labour Federation, Metal Trades Department and ‘ ‘ Collective Bargaining,” Amendment to Wagner Act, 532 ; “ Steel Facts,” Comparison of Steel Workers’ Wages in U.S. and other Countries, 548; Labour Federation and the
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • C.I.O. Plans for Strengthening the Forces of'the Former, 549 ; Employment of the Older Workers, Campaign in Favour of, 549 ; New York, Law Regulating Pollution of Air in Factories, 618 ; Collective Bargaining, Bill to Amend Section 9 of L.R. Act, 618 ; Hours and Wages Bill, Some Provisions of, 632 ; Work of Committee for Industrial Organisation, 731; Machinists, International, Position of, 731 Vauxhall Motors, Ltd., Employees’ Profit-
  • Sharing Figures for 1936, 372
  • Vehicles Builders’ Wages Advance, 372 Vickers-Armstrongs, Indentured Apprentices from Distressed Areas, 356
  • Wages, Fluctuation of, 117, 242, 356, 489, 618
  • Wages, General, L.C.C. and Extended Application of Fair Wages Clause, 8 ; Yugoslavia Conference on Minimum Wage, Output, &c., 8
  • Weight Lifting by Industrial Workers, 326 Women Workers, Hours of Work under
  • Factories Bill, 175, 489 Woodcutters’ Wages Advance, 372 Workmen’s Compensation for Occupational
  • Diseases, T.U.C.’s Deputation to Home
  • Trade Societies, &c.—continued.
  • Secretary, 175 ; Employers’ Liability Bill, 257
  • Workshops, Legal Definition as “ Factories,” 175
  • Yugoslavia, Commerce and Industry Conference, Minimum Wage, Output and Other Questions, 8; Public Utilities and Disputes, Regulation of, 474
  • Trade. See Coal; Industries; Iron and Steel; Ships and Shipbuilding

Tramways :

  • Glasgow, Experimental Tramcar, 309 Tramway and Trolley Bus Statistics, 179
  • Turbines. See Engines and Boilers
  • Universities. See Education
  • Vehicles. See Motor Cars ; Railways
  • Warships. See Naval ,

Waterworks :

  • Culverts, Arches, &c., Multi-Plate (Catalogue), 303

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