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James Mackintosh Bell (1877- )
1922 M.A., Ph.D., O.B.E., F.G.S., F.R.G.S., M.M.M M.AmerI.M.M., etc., Geologist and Min. Engr.; General Manager, Porcupine V.N.T. Mines; Keeley Silver Mines; Man. Dir., Huroman Beet Co.; Cons. Engr., Great Slave Lake Syndicate of Boston; b. 1877; s. of Andrew Bell. Ed. Almonte High Sch.; Queen's University Sch. of Mines; Harvard University, Queen's and Harvard—graduated Queen's, 1899; Harvard, 1904. Distinctions: John Harvard Fellowship; Gold Medallist in Chemistry at Queen's. Career: 1899-1901—Geological Survey of Canada; 1901-2—Lake Superior Power Corpn. (summer season); 1903-4—Ontario Bureau of Mines (summer season); 1905—II—Director, Geological Survey of New Zealand; 1911—Pres., Australasian Inst. Min. Engn.; 1911-15—Cons. Engr., etc., with L. Ehrlich and Co., 10 and 11, Austin Friars, London, E.C.2; 1915-19—Officer, 5th Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), Canadan Army, and General Staff in France and Russia 1919—Cons. Engr., etc., with L. Ehrlich and Co. and Gt. Slave Lake Syndicate of Boston. Publ.: Numerous reports, Geological Survey of Canada, New Zealand Mines Dept. and mining publications. Clubs: Savile, 107, Piccadilly, London; Toronto; Engineers', Toronto. Address: 10 and 11, Austin Friars, London, and Old Burnside, Almonte, Ontario. T. A.: "Almonte, Ontario," and " Hurobelsyn, London." T. N.: io6 Almonte; 2971 London Wall, London.