§ Mr. Dalton
Most scientists in this country, who are in either university or
[B.T.U. = British Thermal Unit.] G.W.R. L.N.E.R. L.M.S.R. S.R. 1946. B.T.U's. 1938. B.T.U's. 1946. B.T.U's. 1938. B.T.U's. 1946. B.T.U's. I938. B.T.U's. 1946. B.T.U's. 1938. B.T.U's. ENGLAND AND WALES 13,840 14,960 13,300 13,600 12,960 13,230 13,470 14,440 SCOTLAND — — 12,400 12,500 12,050 12,285 — —
Government employment, are already under the Federated Superannuation System for Universities, and the admission to the system of certain Colonial institutions of university status is now being considered. The extension of this scheme to other parts of the Commonwealth is a matter for the Governments and universities concerned, who will no doubt have regard to the resolutions passed at the British Commonwealth Scientific Conference held in London last year (see paragraph 71 of the Report of the proceedings of the conference—Cmd. 6970).