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Ernest Albert Stone (1870- )
1922 B.A.Sc., Ma.E. (McGill), M.Inst.C.E., M.E.I.C., Civil Engineer, 429, Daly Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. T. N.: Rideau 951. b. 1870; s. of Albert, Dublin, and Sarah Ann (Dickins) Stone, Liverpool; m. 1901, Maud, d. Adam Morrison. Ed. Montreal High School and McGill University (British Association Gold Medal, 1891 ). 1889-92—Engaged in railroad construction. 1892-4— Engineer to Canada Switch Manufacturing Co. 1894 —Engineer on electric railroad construction. 1895-9 —Designing and inspecting bridges, Canadian Pacific Railway. 1899-1902—Engineer, Canadian Electro-Chemical Co., Sault Ste. Maria. 1902-7—Assistant Structural Engineer, Canada Foundry Co., Toronto. 1907-8—Professor of Civil Engineering, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 1908-1I—Dean of Engineering and Professor of Civil Engineering, University of New Brunswick. 1911-14—Consulting Engineer, Vancouver, British Columbia, engaged in designing bridges for the Provincial Government, etc. 19I4-18—Professor of General Engineering, Queen's University, Kingston. 1918—Structural Engineer, Military Hospitals Commission, Department of Public Works. Chief Works: Highway bridge across Thompson River, British Columbia, and other brjdges and structures. Publications: Technical papers, Engineering Institute of Canada.