The Institute’s Secretary, Mr. C. H. Isdell – Carpenter visited Canada and met with as many members as he could. Resulting from this visit, he recommended to Council that Members in Montreal, Toronto, and London should deal independently with Headquarters as Branches; smaller groups would become chapters of the Branches. The Branches would provide communication and liaison between themselves and the Institute in England. Eventually, the Branches were linked together under the designation of a “Division”. There were now more than 400 Members in Canada, more than three – quarters of them being admitted under By-Law 10.