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This Institution, which was established in 1884, has for its object the assistance of the junior members of all sections of the engineering profession, in providing meetings at which are read and discussed Papers on subjects connected with their work, and by arranging visits to places of engineering interest.
The Meeting Session extends from November to May, Papers being read at monthly intervals, at the Westminster Palace Hotel, whilst the visits during this period take place also monthly, alternating with the meetings, and fortnightly afterwards. The summer excursion, occupying one week, is a feature of the Institution's programme, some particular industrial centre being selected each year, and the principal manufactories and works of interest visited. Barrow-inFurness, Belfast, Belgium, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh, Germany, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastleon-Tyne, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston, Sheffield, Southampton, and other places, have been seen in this way.
The roll now numbers nearly eight hundred Members, many of whom are resident in the Provinces, the Colonies, and other parts abroad. The terms of subscription have been arranged with a view of meeting the convenience of young engineers: to those under the age of twenty-one years, four shillings per quarter; to those above that age, ten shillings and sixpence per half year; or reduced fees if residing beyond twenty miles of Charing Cross. Entrance Fee twenty-one shillings to those over twenty-one. A Reference and Circulating Technical Library is available for Members' use, and the reading-room is supplied with the technical journals. An Appointment Register is kept for the benefit of the Members. The Record of the Institution's Transactions is printed, each Member being entitled to receive a copy in the form of a bound volume.
The President of the Institution at the present time is Mr. WILLIAM H. LINDLEY, of Frankfort-on-Maine, and the position has been filled by Mr. J. FLETCHER MOULTON, K.C., M.P., F.R.S.; Col. EDWARD RABAN, C.B., R.E., Director of Works of the Navy; Sir JOHN JACKSON; Sir LOWTHIAN BELL, Bart.; the Hon. CHARLES A. PARSONS; Sir WILLIAM H. WHITE, late of the Admiralty; the late Sir WILLIAM ANDERSON, of the Royal Arsenal; Mr. JOHN A. F. ASPINALL, of Manchester; Sir J. WOLFE BARRY; Sir A. R. BINNIE, Mr. ARCHIBALD DENNY, of Dumbarton; the late Dr. JOHN HOPKINSON; Professors A. B. W. KENNEDY, JOHN PERRY, SILVANUS THOMPSON, and W. CAWTHORNE UNWIN; Sir E. J. REED; and Mr. ALEXANDER SIEMENS.
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