|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Wallace C. Nickels Esquire, FRS; Analytical and Technical Laboratory, 41 Cheapside, E.C
|25 February 1916
|Reiterates to Wallace C. Nickels Esquire that to qualify as an 'analytical, consulting or research chemist' requires having a degree or some form of special training. Explains that if Mr. Nickels' assistant is not possessed of these necessary qualifications, then the only other heading under which he could claim exemption is that of a head laboratory assistant.