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Part 1.]

THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA.

RECORDS

Mr. E. VREDENBURG

Dr. L. L. FERMOR

OF

GENERAL REPORT FOR 1923. BY E. H. PASCOE, M.A., SC.D. (CANTAB.), D.SC. (LOND.), F.G.S., F.A.S.B., Director, Geological Survey of India.

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DISPOSITION LIST.

During the period under report the officers of the Department were employed as follows:

1924

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Superintendents.

Granted combined leave for one year and four months with effect from the 18th August 1922. Died on the 12th March 1923.

Returned from combined leave on the 29th October 1923. In charge of the Central Provinces, Central India and Bombay Party. Left for the field (Central Provinces) on the 20th November 1923.

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Returned
leave and
resumed duty at Bombay on the 26th
November 1923. In charge of the
North-West Party; left for the field.
from Bombay on the 30th November
1923.

Dr. G. E. PILGRIM.

Mr. G. H. TIPPER.

Dr. G. de P. COTTER

Dr. J. COGGIn Brown

Mr H. C. JONES

Mr. H. WALKER

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Placed in charge of office up to the
25th April 1923. Left for Chitral
on the 29th April 1923, and returned
from the field on the 17th October
1923. Granted leave on average pay
for six months with effect from the
9th November 1923.

In charge of the Burma Party.

Placed in charge of office from the
26th April 1923; continued. to act
as Paleontologist throughout the year.
Confirmed in the grade of Superinten-
dent on the 13th March 1923 vice
Mr. E. Vredenburg deceased. Returned
to headquarters from the field on the
13th April 1923. Granted leave on
average pay for six months from the
11th May 1923. Returned and resumed
duty on the 12th November 1923.
Placed in charge of Bihar and Orissa
Party; left for the field on the 5th
December 1923.

Assistant Superintendents.

Returned to headquarters from the field
(Central Provinces) on the 3rd May
1923. Appointed Curator of the Geo-
logical Museum and Laboratory with
effect from the 1st August 1923.

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Mr. K. A. K. HALLOWES Returned to headquarters from the field

(Hyderabad) on the 20th April 1923. Granted combined leave for two years and four months with effect from the 21st December 1923.

Dr. A. M. HERON .

Dr. C. S. Fox

Returned to headquarters from field work
in Rajputana on the 11th May 1923.
Continued to officiate as Superintendent
throughout the period under report.
In charge of the Rajputana Party; left
for the field on the 6th November 1923.
Returned and resumed duty on the
20th April 1923 after the termination
of his deputation in the office of the
High Commissioner for India, London.
Examined dam sites at Daddi for the
Gokak canal extension
extension project, and
on the Panjhan river in connection
with the water supply at Manmad
Railway station. Returned to head-
quarters on the 6th May 1923.
Left headquarters on the 26th June
1923 to examine the landslips at
Murree and the tunnels and cuttings
on the Khyber Railway. Returned
to headquarters on the 9th July 1923.
Attached to the Central Provinces.
Party; left for the field (Chhindwara)
on the 31st October 1923. Appointed
to officiate as Superintendent from the
19th September 1922 to the 27th
October 1923, and from the 9th Novem-
ber to the 25th November 1923.

Rao Bahadur S. SETHU Returned

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headquarters from field work in Burma on the 3rd May 1923. Attached to the Burma party and left. for the field on the 6th November 1923.

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