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Incorporated Gas Institute

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Presumably successor to the Gas Institute

c.1888 There was a split with some members seceding to form a rival institution[1]

By 1894 the Gas Institute had been incorporated - Incorporated Gas Institute[2]

1896 The thirty-third annual general meeting of this Institute was held at the rooms of the Society of Arts, London, under the presidency of Mr. W. R. Chester, M Inst. C.E. Mr. J. Hepworth, M. Inst. C.E., was Honorary Secretary of the Institute. An illuminated address was presented to Mr. F. G. Burfield, the late Secretary of the Institute.

1902 Amalgamated with the Institution of Gas Engineers[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1896/06/12
  2. The Times June 19, 1894
  3. The Engineer 1902/06/13