Author: Carson, N B
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Carson, N B
To the Editor of The Structural Engineer. Sir ,-Referring to your correspondent's letter in the October issue, perhaps a few straightforward and not wholly insignificant points may be of interest.
The object of this paper is to draw the attention of members of this Institution to some of the difficulties which have developed in the application of the L.C.C. General Powers Acts 1909 and 1923. W.C. Cocking
The paper bearing the above title, which appeared in “The Structural Engineer” for October was read at the meeting of the Institution of Structural Engineers held on October 24, at 10, Upper Belgrave Street, S.W.1, the chair being taken, in the absence of the President, Colonel Moncrieff, by Mr. S. Bybancler (Member of Council). The discussion which ensued was adjourned to Thursday, November 7, when it was again resumed under the chairmanship of Mr. Bylander. The proceedings of both dates are reported below. Owing to limitations of space it has not been found possible to publish the discussion in extenso, while, for the same reason, it, has been found necessary considerably to condense the remarks made by individual speakers who took part in that discussion.