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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

TORONTO, CANADA Sept. 18th, 1914.

The President,

University of Toronto.

Dear Ir. President:-

There being one vacancy among the demonstrators in Blectrical Engineering for the coming academic year, caused by the fact that Mr. 0. F. Adams is not retuming, I beg to nominate in his place as demonstrator in electrical engineering at the initial salary of $800.00 Mr. H. 0. Merriman, B. A..5¢0.,,James Street Incline,

Ramiliton.

Yours very truly,

AH rebingh

Professor of Hlectrical Engineering.

ANATOMICAL LABORATORY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

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President Falconer, University cf Toronto. Dear President Falconer!

I am enclosing you with this a letter which I have just received from Dr. Earle Smith, resigning his position as Demonstrator in Anatomy. He is about to take a practiéee somewhere near Owen Sound, where there seems to be a very ex- cellent opening for a young man, and I would recommend that his

resignation be accepted. In his place I would recommend the ap-

pointment of Dr. H. Kendal Bates, who has already dome some work with me, and of whose cavability I feel satisfied. This appoint-

ment is, of course, only for the balance of the year, and I suppose

that the salary attached to the position,($50.00), will be divided

between Drs. Smith and Bates, according to the length of their

services.

Yours truly

Pacha TMM ear cel ae

ANATOMICAL LABORATORY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Sept 24th,1914

President Falconer

University of Toronto

Dear President Falconer I desire to recommend the following list of Demonstrators in

Anatomy for the coming Session

Charles Buckingham Shuttleworth,M.D.,C.M.,F.R.C.S. --- -- $150 Ralph Ebenezer Hooper,8.A.7M.B. ----2------------- ------ 150 Charles Joseph Capp,M.D.,C.M. ---------- slieterteatneliaeieetiateteetatetetetetenten 150 William Warner Jones,B.A.,M.B.,F.R.C.S. ----------------- 150 George Ewart Wilson,M.B.,F.R.C.S. --------- <n e wn === === 150 Nicholas D'Arcy Frawley ,M.D. ---------------------------- 150 Oscar Addison Menice) Mb. —=-=-—--=-—-------==— Sse SoS Saye 150 BRODER RaWArOwGaDY,o.hs,MeDs == aaa = alm po aid I 50 JON awa Tete SUSY Oe eRe Yo eat ipa RN UE ek SINS al clam 50 eee een De Gee OG. ii.) se 50 PROMO ARUP Le Sry SI I a oe lcs 50 panes INGUIN area To aT Uh i gTLDs 50 fe. itt ts understood that the last two are taking the places of

Drs Wallace Scott and Philp,absent on active service.

Yours truly

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

TORONTO, CANADA Jane 13, 1915.

The President,

University of Toronto. Dear Mre President:-

Regarding the matter of the appointment of an Assistant Secretary, the position re ee held by Miss Rickard, I have received an application from Miss Frances McMechan, a graduate of the University, whose qualifications I am satisfied are such as to enable her to carry on the work in a thoroughly satisfactory manner, I would, therefore, recommend that she be appointed to this position ata salary of $850 per annum. Her duties to begin as soon as she can leave her present posi- tion, which I expect will be about the first of February.

I remain,

Yours yery truly, wee, ee

Secretary.

DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MECHANICS FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

TORONTO, Sept. 16th, 1914.

Dr. Robert A. Falconer, President, University of Toronto.

Dear Sir:-

I beg to recommend the following Sessional appointments. Demonstrators in Applied Mechanics - Mr. Robert J. Marshall, B.A.Sc., at a salary of $1100.00

Mr. Albert Young, B.A.Sc., at a salary of .......1000.00

Laboratory Attendant -

Mr. John Brown, at a salary oF cecceccvcccecceess 450.00.

Yours faithfully.

Assoc. Professor in Applied Mechanics.

Wale

October loth, 1914

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september 26th, 1914.

Dr. R. As Faiconer, President, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Desr Mr. President:

Mr. Frank Lathe will be Lecturer in Metallurgy for the coming session.

He is a graduate of McGill University in

Mining Engineering, and has for the past

five years been Chief Chemist for the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co., Ltd., at their smelter at Grand Forks. Mr. Lathe

has been very highly recommended to me, and

IT would ask you to have his appointment con- firmed by the Board of Governors.

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FACULTY OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO TORONTO, CANADA

Toronto, Oct. 19th, 1914.

The President, University of Toronto. Dear Sir:-

I regret to find that owing to an oversight on my part I have not sent a letter covering recommendations of reappointment of members of the temporary staff.

I therefore beg to recommend the reappointment of the following members of the staff of last year at the usual advance of #100.00 in salary as already provided for in the appropriations for the Department.

Ross Taylor, B.A.Sc., 2 Indian Grove Ave. tar W. B. Buchanan, B.A.Se., 104 Charles St. West, Nbr R. J. Allen, B.A.Sc., 325 Davenport Road. Mere

Yours truly,

I Heatugh

DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO.

September 25, 1914.

President R- A. Falconer,

University of Toronto.

Dear Mr. President: I beg to recommend to you Mr. H- H- Madill as Demonstrator in Architecture for the session 1914-1915

at a salary of One thousand ($1,000) Dollars.

Yours sincerely,

COT, Mics

- a DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO.

vA 10th November, 1914.

President R- A. Falconer,

University of Toronto. Dear Mr. President:

I am now in a position to recommend Mr. Edgar L- Laur as Instructor in Modelling for this session. Mr. Laur is prepared to act in this capacity for the months of November, December, January, February and March at a salary of Sixty

($60.00) Dollars per month.

Lvam,.

Yours sincerely,

CHR. Wash

BOTANICAL LABORATORIES

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

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President R. A. Falconer, University of Toronto. Dear Mr. President:

T recommend the appo intment of the follow- ing for the current year: Miss J. McFarlane, M.A., Assistant in Botany at $800; Miss G. Wright, B.A-., Assistant in Botany at $300; and Messrs. G. H. Graham, M.A., and H. B. Sifton, B.A., Fellows in Botany at $500 each.

Yours very truly,

ju! BOTANICAL LABORATORIES

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

bie. 20..0ctober.,...791 4

President R. A. Falconer, University of Toronto. Dear Mr. President: I beg to recommend the appointment of Miss J. McFarlane as Demonstrator in Botany.

Very truly yours,

oe | BOTANICAL LABORATORIES

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

oe LeOcto hey, 7or 4

President R. A. Falconer, University of Toronto. Dear Mr. President: | My letter of the 20th instant cancels any former recommendations regarding the appointment of Miss J. McFarlane. . I am recommending her appointment as Demonstrator in Botany.

Very truly yours,

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Frofessor of Nedicine.

ADDRESS REPLY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO TO DR, PRIMROSE FACULTY OF MEDICINE

FACULTY OF MEDICINE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Govento, Canada, Tone 9th, 1916.

President Falconer, University of Toronto. Dear Mr. President:- , Will you kindly have appointed as instructors for the Summer Course in the Department of Obstetrics:-

Professor K. C. McIlwraith, Dr. W. A. Scott.

Yours faithfully, y ey. Te Chaski/

Dean.

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ADDRESS REPLY TO DR. PRIMROSE FACULTY OF MEDICINE

FACULTY OF MEDICINE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Lovonta, Canade, Jane 10th, 1915.

President Falconer, University of Toronto. Tear Mr. President:- Will you kindly have appointed as instructor for the Summer Course in my Department - Dr. D. N. MacLennen,.

Yours faithfully,

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June 19th, 1915

Professor A. KePhedran, 151 Rloor Street West, Toronto, Dear Professor MePhedran: The following are the nawas of the Demonstrator:

and Assistants who held rositions in Vedicine last year:

hemonstrators: . Assistants:

f.C,Purson G. 8. Ross G. FF. Royer F. A, Clarkson DP. Ke. Swith J. D1. Loudon Je & Graham G. §. Strathy Je &y Oille A. J. Mackenzie C, J. hafner Ke R, Khyte R. fF, Wann G. & Youns G, Rates J. HK. NePhedran Allan Brosrn Pr. S. Park. C. & MeVicar A. fh. Canfield ,

B. O'Reilly

Do you wish ail these to be reappointed todsther with Dr. R. G. Armour and Dr. Fletcher NePhedran as additional demonstrators ?

Yours sincerely,

President.

ADDRESS REPLY TO

Prof. J. J. MACKENZIE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

DEPARTMENT OF Sept ember eord, 19 14.

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The President, University of Toronto.

Dear Mr. President:-=

I beg to make the following nominations for my Department for the ensuing session:-

Dr. H.K.Detweiler, Fellow in Pathology.....+++«e $500.00 Dr. Ne. T. MacLaurin, Assistant in Clinical Lab'y 150.00

Dr. JA.Oille, Demonstrator in Pathology 150.00 Dr. H. J. Shields " 4 " 100.00 Dr. GeA.Campbell " " " 100.00 Dr. LeBruce Robertson 4 Hf ¥ 100.00 Dr. GeWe. Lougheed " Ls 8 50.00 Dr. Roscoe Graham y ig " 50.00

Of the Assistants who were employed last year Dr. D.HeRobertson and Dr. C.E.Cooper Cole have been appointed to posts in the Army Medical Service and are now at Val Cartier, Dr. O.-ReMabee has resigned and Dr. J.M.-Livingstone has left town. This leaves three vacancies in my staff still to be filled but I have not yet selected the men and will notify you later in regard to them.

I remain,

Sincerely yours,

Mri oRony

Professor of Pathology & Bacteriology.

ADDRESS REPLY TO

Pror. J. J. MACKENZIE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

SCEPARTMENT OF

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY Oct ober th 9 19 14 e

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The Bursar, University of Toronto. Dear Sir:- At a meeting of the Committee of the Medical Research Pund, held on October lst, it was recommended that the following appointments should

be made for the ensuing year:-

Dr. W. Goldie; salary $2000 Dr. A H.Caulfeild; n 1500 Dr. R.G Armour, e 1500 Dr. We F.~McPhedran 4 1500 Dr e N. Gs sherpe ~ si 1250 Dr. Almon Fletcher 8 750

Charles Greenwood (Laboratory Attendant in Dr. Caulfeild's Laboratory) $35 per month.

I understand from your letter of the 25th ult., that Miss Homer has already been appointed for half time with Professor Leathes, at $750.

Sincerely yours,

A Sr ar Meng

Professor of Pathology & Bacteriology.

ADDRESS REPLY TO

Pror. J. J. MACKENZIE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

DEPAR TMENT OF

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY Oct ob er 8th 9 19 14 @

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The President, University of Torontoe

Dear Mr. President: -

At a Meeting of the Committee of the Medical Research Fund, held on October lst, it was recommended that the following appointments should be made for the ensuing year:=

Dr. W. Goldie, Medical Director Out-Patient Clinic, Salary $2000

Dr. AH. Caulfeild, Senior Fel low minke’ ace 1500 Dr. ReGeArmour, eaeces ad 1500 Dr. W. FeMcPhedran 4 " islets aie ., 1500 Dr. N.C.Sharpe Fellow RAPPAD 8 1250 Dr. Almon Fletcher * a anes " 750

Charles Greenwood (Laboratory Attendant in Dr. Caulfeild's Laboratory) $35 per month.

I understand from the Bursar's letter of the 25th ult., that Miss Homer has already been appointed for half time with Professor Leathes at $750.

Sincerely yours,

MN lA. Ake Mi AJ Dro, orevers.

Professor of Pathology & Bacteriology.

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DEPARTMENT OF

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY De re) embe r 29 th = 19 14 e

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The President, University of Toronto.

Dear Mr. President:-

I wish to recommend the appointment of John Sylvius as laboratory attendant for the prepar- ation of media, under the special appropriation in my

department for this work.

I have been employing him temporarily during November and December and seeing how he would do. He has given good satisfaction and I recommend that he be paid $35.00 a month, beginning January Ist, 1915.

I remain,

Sincerely yours,

SY Haan PZ 0.209 E D)

Professor of Pathology & Bacteriology.

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Pror. J. J. MACKENZIE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

DEPARTMENT OF

PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY April 22nd 19 15 ®

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The President, University of Toronto. Dear Mr. President:-

I find that I neglected to recommend for appointment as Assistant Demonstrator for my Department Dr. F.S.Park.

Dr. Park came on in order to do the work that Dr. Bruce Robertson and Dr. Campbell had under- taken but which they had to give up on account of military duties.

I would like Dr. Park's nomination con- firmed by the Board so that I can ask the Bursar

to pay him his cheque.

Sincerely yours,

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Professor of Pathology & Bacteriology.

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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY AND BACTERIOLOGY May Sra 9 19 15 @

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

The Bursar, University of Toronto. Dear Sir:- Re Russell Birrell: .I beg to report that we have taken on, in the place of John Sylvius, Laboratory Assistant, Russell Birrell at the same salary, viz., $35.00 a

month.

Kindly put him on the pay roll, beginning

May ist.

Yours sincerely,

Hhias x Si Un rn RAIA AR

Professor of Pathology & Bacteriology.

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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

Toronto, Sent 8, 1914.

President Falconer, University of TorontoOe Dear President Falconer, I beg to meke the following recommendations

for the seven Assistant Denonstratorships on my staff for which

provision has been made in the estimstes:

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Sane 9 Found, B.A. ( Tor.) 1914 . ( Graduation withheld for supplemental

in Astronomy.) iS (R.C..Dearle, B.A. (' Tor) 1914 pS eS

R. Llewellyn Lewis, BE. Se.,(Cardiff) 1914. H.N. Mercer, B- Se.,(London) 1914 yan Bdwards, B. Sc., ( Aberystwyth ) 1914.

enneth Kingdon, B.A., (McMaster) 1914

If these appointments meet with your approval I

should be obliged if you would kindly ask the Board to ratify them as

_ goon as possible.

The salary for each of the Assistant Demonstrators

will be $500 for the Session. I found the greatest difficulty in

obtaining any Assistant Demonstrators ag 3)

Englend this year and could

only secure the three l did on the understanding that they should be

paid $50.00 for passage money: As no appropriation was made for this

stem I should be glad, if you approve my aetion. Lf wou wild kingly

ask the board for it. The Englishmen who are coming are -lessrs

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F. Llewellyn Lewis, H.'. Mercer, and Bvean Edwsrds.

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

It would also be a grest help, especially to these young Enelishmen, if it could be arrenged thet they receive their salary monthly or oftener, and that their passage money be paid to them as soon as possible after their arrival - two of them, I may add,

Mr. Lewis and Mr. Mercer, have already arrivede pare . 4 , . Léa

Yours faithfully,

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

Taront a, DeGws go. re «

President Felconer, University of Tornto. Dear President Falconer, Owing to ureertainty as to the numberiof students likely to be in attendance on account of war conditions, anc

: Vs See «os * " fi). hy oes at ecwat 4 a +o the stonvnine of student activities at 4 O'elock, + have not been

able up to the present to determine exactly how many Class Assistants

sae a , a ae 4.1 tenga PAS wo ey cunt i T +h wile howetw.87 ay) F\<ET I’ vediired:to carry on the wors,.tor the session. i tnhink nowever, now = : oa “eS lie (airs en ae ee ea ies ee | a Basen lal - wk hs Al Ae Ve ys we have reached steady conditions, and 1 would recommend that tne = eas = 1 SS wa] 7 = v <= £O LO ¥ | WS tt l d Pe pe ! ae » { sek N LOS [7

. 31 a an A er T a fay Class Assistants- ReG. bere; oN Ae lOO Miss. R.M. Evans, 3.A oO D.A. Keys 6245

a T r mr my ie H.G. Murray 574 50 :

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clearly where we were going. Yon will recall that I telephoned you about the matter before you left for the West, I heve the honour to be,

Yours faithfully

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duly oth, 1914 R. Mv. MaciIver, fso., University of Aberdeen, verde. Scotland. Dear Mr. Maciver: I am Slad to be able to cable you thwt the Roard of Governors has agreed to appoint you Associate Professor of Political

Feonomy ‘in the University of Toronto at a salary of twenty-five hundred

dollars a year. The regulations of the University provide for a |

| statutory increase on the recommendation of the President of one hundred

dollars a year until three thousand dollars iis reached, which jis at pres present the limit of the asseciate-nprofessorshin Srade. Any advances after that would be an apnaintment as full professor. At. present, owing to war conditions I ar not able te suarantee that next year the University will fiind itself in a position to wake the statutory increase: I ‘hope, however, that iit will, and iin any case such a stationary position of the salary would te but temporary.

You are aware that Professor Vavor ‘is head of the Department, and you will take the place next to him that has been hela | until recently by Professor Lloyd. I am sure that you will find a larse opportunity for your work in the liniversity and its future is

we believe sssured. Professor Wavor will doubtless write to you

himself.

The salary bedins from the first of July, and is paid in

monthly iinstalments. You will recaive your fiirst payment after you arrive here iin Senterher. The term opens about the and of September, and you ought to be here a few weeks earlier in order to set arranse- ments wade for the coming sesgion. We lock forward with a égreat deal of pleasure te your coming

and as an old sradvate of idinbursh myself 1it is a peculiar nleasure to look forward to having you on our steff.

T ar,

Yours sincerely,

President,

Psychological Laboratory Jan.14--15. Dear Mr. President, I bez leave to ask that Mrs B.A.Bott BA. be appointed as Assistant in the Laboratory for the present session of 1914-1915,with a remuneration of $100.

You may perhaps remember that last session when I was speaking to you about the redistribution of | money for Psychology, I mentioned to you my desire of having Mr Bott assist in the Laboratory,and at the close of tast session I recommended that 100 be apportioned for the work of an assistant to be appointed 2% the presext session. I should have made Cle teeundabres some time last term,bub was not sure a the beginning of the term whether ire Bott could give a sufficient amourt of time to warrant the appointment. I an now able to say that Mr. Bott has done excellent work during the present session,and his services are very valuable. The remuneration is so small that it has heretofore been paid in two instalments,but this year may be preferably paid in one, about the close of the present term. I would therefore be very pleased if you would make the appoimtment for Mr, Bott in accordance with the above recommendation.

¢ remain

yours very respectfully

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