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Abbe, C., Jr., Meteorology in Germany, 65

Accidents, Industrial, 905 3

Apams, C, C., Wild Life Conservation, 790

Apams, L. A., and W. K. Grecory, Temporal Fosse of Vertebrates, 763

Adelie Land, Meteorology of, A. W. GREELY, 395

Agricultural, Experiment Stations, 8. B. Doren, 138; Work, L. H, Batey, 297

Agriculture, E, W. ALLEN, 330; F. H. Buopeert, 426

AITKEN, R. G., Arthur von -\uwers, 495

Alaska, Glacier, 32; Surveys, 715

Albinism in English Sparrow, P. J. O’Gara, 26; W. Harairt, 245; A. M. Banta, 577; H, 8. SwarTH, M. S. CrosBy, 578; G. B, Hony, J. DruMMOND, 579

Alexandrian Series, C. KEyEs, 863

Alfalfa, Crown-gall of, O. T. WILsoNn, 797

American, Ambulance Hospital in Paris, 58; As- soc. for the Advancement of Science, Address of President, 1; Philadelphia Meeting, 70; Sec- tion B, 73; Section F, 81; Section A, 109; California Meeting, 127; Section D, 154, 765, 798; Section G, 223; Section M, 297, 330; Com- mittee of One Hundred, 315; Section H, 371; Section C, 404; Section K, 407; Symposium on Ventilation, 625, 632; Washington Meeting, 638; Pacific Division, 857; San Francisco Meet- ing, Hotel Reservations, 892; Assoc. of Uni- versity Professors, J. Dewey, 147; Organiza- tion, A. O. LovEJoy, 151; Philos. Soc., 880; H. C. RicHarps, 835

Ameba, Clavelline, J. S. Huxtry, 26

Amphibia of Coal Measures, R. L. Mooprsz, 463

Antagonism, W. J. V. OsTERHOUT, 255

Anthropological, Assoc., Amer., R. H. Lowtg, 221; Soc. of Wash., D. FotKMar, 552, 588, 700, 879

Antisepsis of Wounds, R. A. FessENDEN, 904

Antwerp Zoological Garden, 86

Apogamy in Ferns, W. N. Stein, 293

APPEL, O., Disease Resistance in Plants, 773

ArctowskI, H., Voleanic Dust Veils, 252

ARMSTRONG, H, E., State and Education, 923

Astronomical, Research, E, C. PicKERING, 82; and Mathematical, F. ScHLESINGER, 109

Atmometer, B, E. LivinestTon, 872

Nucleus, A. D. Cote, 73; Constitution ol,

Aver, J., Amer. Soc. for Pharmacol. and Exp. Therapeut., 294

Auwers, Arthur von, R. G, AITKEN, 495

Bacillus radicicola, C B, Lipman and L. W. Fow- LER, 256, 725

Bacteriologists, Soc. of Amer., A. P. HircHens, 618, 660; Address of President, 306

BaEKELAND, L, H., Edward Weston, 484

Bagy, E, H. 8., Frank Olin Marvin, 600

I. W., and E, W. Botanical In- dex of Climates, 831

Baitgey, L. H., Agricultural Work, 297

Baker, A. C., and W. F. Turner, Grape Aphid, 834

Banks, N., Notes on Entomology, 614

Banta, A, M., Albinism, 577

arr and Archibald, Alternating Current Machin- ery, R. R. LAWRENCE, 505

Baskerville, C., and J. T. Gwathmey, Anesthesia, J. H. Lone, 133 |

Bateson on Mendelism, W. E. Castix, 94

Bauer, M., Festschrift, G, F. Kunz, 392

BeckErR, G. F., Isostasy and Radioactivity, 157

BENEDICT, R. C., Another State Park, 827

BenJaMIn, C. H., Fraternity Grades, 135

Berry, E. W., Terra Nova Expedition, 830

Bessey, C. E., Botanical Notes, 364

Bessey, Charles Edwin, P. SPaAuLDING, 420; J. M. COULTER, 599

Best, H., The Deaf, J. D. Wrigut, 650

Bevan, A. D., Clinical Departments, 368

Bevier, I., Food Products, H. C. Sherman, 134

Bieney, A. J., Ind. Acad. of Sci., 843

Biological, Soc. of Wash., D. E, Lantz, 145; M. W, Lyon, JR., 477, 552, 587, 664, 735, 877, 915; Chemists, Soc. of, P. A. SHAFFER, 406

Biology, Premedical Work, H. McE, KNOWER, 397; Exp. Federation of Amer. Societies for, P. SHAFFER, 405

Bird Collecting, W. G. VAN NAME, 823

Birkeland, K., Magnetic Storms, W. H. Datu, 29

BLAKESLEE, A. F., and D. E. Warner, Yellow Pigment and Egg-laying Activity, 432

BLANCHARD, A. A., Mech. Sci. and Eng., 765, 798

BLopéETT, F. H., Course in Agriculture, 426

Blondel, A., Motors, R. R. LAWRENCE, 431

BLUMER, G., Medicine in China, 940

Botanical, Soc. of Amer., G. T. Moore, 170; Ad- dress of President, 185; Soc. of Wash., P. SPAULDING, 260, 550, 879, 913; Address of President, 479; Notes, C. E, Brsszy, 364; Index of Climates, I. W. BattEy and E. W. Srnnort, 831; N. Y. Garden, 891

Botany, in America, D, H. Camppexu, 185; in Agricultural Colleges, C. V. Piper, 211; A. N.

Humes, 575; Economie Trend of, H. C. CowLEs, 223

Boundary Waters, Internat. Commission, 57

Brackett, Cyrus Fogg, W. F. Maaig, 523

BrANNER, J. C., Naturalist’s Directory, 135; Pa- tronizing S. Amer. Republics, 236; Lower Ama- zon, A, Lange, 363

Brascu, F, E., History of Science, 358

BrigHaM, A. F., Geographic Influence, 261; New Glacier Park, 611

BurMaNn, J. W., Pacific Assoc, of Sci. Societies, 526


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Cabrera, A., Fauna Ibérica, W. J. HOLLAND, 214

Calkins, G. N., Biology, C, E. McCune, 580

CaLKINsS, M, W., Psychology, R. M. Ogden, 248

CAMERON, F. K., Biochemistry and Soil Condi- tions, BJ. Russell, 794

CAMPBELL, D. H., Botany in America, 185

CAMPBELL, W., Metallurgy, W. Rosenhain, 762

W. W., Pacific Assoc. of Sci. Societies, 637

CaNNON, A. J., Mrs. Henry Draper, 380

CANNON, W. B., Physiology, L. Luciani, 289

CaRLSON, A, J., Amer., Physiol. Soc., 142

Carnegie Institution, 191

CarRuTH, F. E., and W. A. WITHERS, Gossypol, 324

Cassino, 8. E., Naturalist’s Directory, 502

CasTLE, W. E., Mendelism and Mutation, 94

CaTTELL, J. MCKEEN, Scientific Research, 729

Cavern of Three Brothers, G. G. MacCurpy, 782

Cereal Investigations, Interstate Conference, 602

CHAMBERS, R., Jr., Germ Cell, 290

Chemical, Industry in Great Britain, 601; Amer. Soc., New Orleans Meeting, C. L. Parsons, 697 ; Seattle Meeting, 817

Chemist and Industry, B. C. Hesse, 665

Chicago Acad. of Sci., 586

Child, R. G., Electric Ares, R. G. Hupson, 829

China, Medicine in, G. BLUMER, 940

Claparéde, E., Letter, 534

CuarK, A. H., Shark Intoxication, 795

CLarK, G. A., Pribilof Islands, 902

CuarRK, O. L., Counting Seeds, 132; Eye Screen for Microscope, 792

CLaRKE, J. M., New Glacial Park, 382

Claypole, Edith J ane, 754

Clinical, Departments of Medical Schools, A. D. BEvAN, 388; G. Lusk, 531; Instruction, M. G. SEELIe, 594

Coss, M. V., Origin of Human Twins, 501

CocKERELL, T. D. A., Red Sunflower, 33; Wonder of Life, J. A. Thompson, 290; Ants, W. M. Wheeler, 906

Cocks, R. 8., New Orleans Acad. of Sci., 478,

664, 880

Cotz, A. D., The Nucleus Atom, 73; Amer. Phys- ical Soc., 259, 841; San Francisco Meeting, 934

Cote, F. N., Amer. Math. Soc., 144, 476, 698

Commercial Geography and World Politics, 86

Compron, K. T., and E, A, TrouspALE, Magnetic Particle, 611

ConKLIN, E. G., Zoology and Humanity, 333; August Weismann, 917

Conserve the Collector, J. GRINNELL, 229

Coral Reefs, W. M. Davis, 455

Cornell Med. Soc. of N. Y. City, 892

Cotton, Worm Moth, A. P. Saunpers, 65; J. H. GEROULD, 464; Bleaching, B. S. LEvINE, 543

Couttrr, J. M., Charles E. Bessey, 599

Counting Seeds, O. L. CLarK, 132

Cow zs, H. C., Economic Trend of Botany, 223

Cragg, F. W., and W. 8S. Patton, Medical Ento- mology, C. A. Korom, 167

CrosBy, M. Albinism, 578

D., G. V. N., Forsyth Dental Infirmary, 30

Dat, W. H., Magnetic Storms, K. Birkeland, 29 Dall, W. H., Molluscan Fauna, G. D. Harris, 612 Daly’s Igneous Rocks, W. LinpGREN, 166


DanFrortH, C, H., St. Louis Acad. of Sci., 108, 588

DAVENPORT, C. B., Scientific Genealogy, 337

Davis, B. M., Amer. Soc. Naturalists, 369

Davis, W. M., Coral Reefs, 455

Day, A. L,, Nat. Acad. of Sci., Washington Meet- ing, 566; Annual Meeting, 692

Denudation, Continental, E. W. SHaw, 244

Dewey, J., Amer. Assoc. of University Professors, 147; A, O. LovEJoy, and E, R, A. SELIGMAN, University of Utah, 685

Ditier, J. 8., Relief of Pacific Coast, 48

Dinosaurs, Sphenoidal Sinus in, R, L. Moopig, 288

Discussion and Correspondence, 26, 63, 94, 131,: 166, 207, 244, 288, 324, 358, 388, 424, 462, 501, 531, 575, 608, 644, 682, 725, 757, 790, 823, 863, 897, 939

Doren, 8. B., Agric. Exper. Stations, 188

Downinea, E. R., Secondary Schools, 232

Draper, Mrs. Henry, A. J. CANNON, 380

DruMMOND, J., Albinism in English Sparrow, 579

Dyche, Lewis Lindsey, F. STroNneG, 280

Dynamics, L. M. Hoskins, 608, 684

Earthquakes in Panama, D. F. McDoNaLp, 783

Edison and Science, R. C. MACLAURIN, 613

Ehrlich, P., Investigations, L. HEKTOEN, 27

Electrical Photometry of Stars, J. STEBBINS, 809

Exriot, C. W., Charles Sedgwick Minot, 701

Ellis, C., Hydrogenation of Oils, A. H. Gitu, 167

Engineering, Safety, O. P. Hoop, 154

Soc. of Amer., A. D. MacGuuivray, 8

Entomology, Notes on, N. Banks, 614

Eugenics and Public Service, G. H. Parker, 342

Evans, G. C., Les Fonctions de Lignes, V. Vol- terra, 246

Eye Screen for Microscope, O. L. CLARK, 792; X, 864

FESSENDEN, R. A., Antisepsis of Wounds, 904

Ferzer, L. W., Elisha Wilson Morse, 677

Fiords, Nature and Origin, D. W. JoHNSON, 537

FiscHer, M. H., Suppressed Kidney Function, 584

Foun, O., Chemistry, O. Hammarsten, 614

FoLtKMar, D., Anthrop. Soc. of Wash., 552, 588, 700, 879

Forestry, H. S. Graves, 117

Forsyth Dental Infirmary, G. V. N. D., 30

Fosse, Temporal, of Vertebrates, W. K. Greaory and L. A. ApamMs, 763

Fowter, L. W., and C. B, Lipman, Bacillus radi- cicola, 256

Fraas, Eberhard, H. F, OsBorn, 571

Franklin Medal, Awards, 785

Fraternities and Scholarship, L. B, WaLTon, 63

Fraternity Grades, C. H. BENJAMIN, 135

Fruit Rots, F. L, STEvENs, 912

Fuicuer, G. 8., Mechanics, 644

GarEur, P. F., Mechanics, 939

Gage, 8S. H., and H. P., Optic Projection, P. G. Nuttine, 395

Gacsr, C. 8., Dying Leaves, N. Swart, 99

GaLz, H. 8., Lake Lahontan, 209 |

Gamma Function and Interpolation, R. PEARL, 506

Garrett, A. O., Utah Acad. of Sci., 699

Garrison, F. H., Variolation, A. C, Klebs, 502; Medical Botanists, H. A. Kelly, 649

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Garrison, F. H., History of Medicine, R. L. MoopiE, 536

Gases, Rare, R. H. Gopparp, 682; Continuous Spectra, E. P. Lewis, 947

Genus, Saving the, F. B. SuMNER, 899

Geographers, Assoc. of Amer., President’s Ad- dress

Geographic Influence, A. P. BricgHam, 261

Geographical Meeting in N. Y. City, 525

Geological, Soc. of Amer., Address of President, 157; E. O. Hovey, 238, 507; Survey, U. S., at Panama, 383

Geology at Harvard University, 237

Germ Cell, R. CHAMBERS, JR., 290

GEROULD, J. H., Cotton Worm Moth, 464

Gifford, Natural Sines, D, E. Smiru, 652

Git, A. H., Oils, Fats and Waxes, J. Lewkow- itsch, 69; Hydrogenation of Oils, C. Ellis, 167

GiLMorRE, C, W., The Genus Trachodon, 658

GuaseR, O., Biologische Weltanschauung, Baron von Uexkill, 324

GODDARD, R. H., Rare Gases in Vacuum Tubes, 682

Goop, F. F., Household Physics, C. J. LyNvE, 29

Gorpon, C. E., Gonionemus murbachii Mayer, 26

GorTNER, R. A., J. A. Harris, and J. V. Lawr- ENCE, Osmotic Pressure and Desert Plants, 656

Gossypol, F. A. WirHERS and F. E. Carrutu, 324

Gowpy, R. C., and T. L. Porter, Mechanics, 825

Grading at Goucher, W. E. Ke.uicort, 909

Grape Aphid, A. C. Baker and W. F. TURNER, 834

Grave, C., Amer. Soc. of Zoologists, 434, 469

Graves, H, 8., Forestry, 117

Gray Herbarium, 675

GrEELy, A. W., Home of the Blizzard, D. Maw- son, 360; Meteorology of Adelie Land, 395

G., Gyroscopic Theory, D. E. Situ, 79

Grecory, W. K., and L, A. Apams, Temporal Fosse of Vertebrates, 763

GRINNELL, J., Conserve the Collector, 229

Grinnell, J., Mammals and Birds, F. B. SuMNER, 65

Groat, B. F., Chemihydrometry, 864

Growth, Stimulation of, J. Logs, 704

Guinea-pigs, Sex in, G. PaPaNicoLaou, 401

Gwathmey, J. T., and C. Baskerville, Anesthesia, J. H. Lone, 133

Hate, G. E.; National Academies and Research, 12; Proceedings of National Academy, 815

Hall of Fame, E, C. Pickerine, 897

Hallwash’s Lichtelektrizitit, R. A. MinirKan, 943

Hammarsten, O., Chemistry, O. Four, 614

Hamor, W. A., The Mellon Institute, 418

Hareirr, G. W., Albinism, 245

Harpswell Laboratory, 603

Harris, G. D., Mollusean Fauna, W. H. Dall, 612

Harris, J. A., J. V. LAWRENCE, and R. A. Gorr- NER, Osmotic Pressure and Desert Plants, 656

Health Law of New York State, 579

HEKTOEN, L., Investigations, P. Ehrlich, 27; In- fection and Resistance, H. Zinsser, 28

Heliotropism, J. Lozp and H. WasTENEyYs, 328

HENDERSON, Y., Portable Lamp Battery, 910

Hessz, B, C., The Chemist and Industry, 665

Hiuuarp, C. M., Infection and Resistance, H. Zinsser, 686


es. A. P., Soe. of Amer. Bacteriologists,

18, 660

Hobart, H. M., Generators, R. RB, LAWRENCE, 431

Holde, D., Oils, Fats and Waxes, C. F. Masery, 908

HOLLAND, W. J., Faura Ibérica, A. Cabrera, 214

Hony, G, B., Albinism in English Sparrow, 579

Hoop, O. P., Safety Engineering, 154

Hopkins, C. G., and W. H. Sacus, Radium Fer- tilizer, 732

Hoskins, L. M., Dynamics, 608, 684

Hoven, T., Nervous Reactions, 407

Hovey, E. O., Geol. Soc. of Amer., 238, 507

Howarp, L. O., Dr. A. F. A. King, 312; Amer. Assoc, for Adv. of Sci., 638

Hupson, R. G., Electric Are Phenomena, E. Rash, 466; C. D. Child, 829

Huggins, Lady, 8S. F. Waiting, 853

HuMgE, A. N., Botany in Agric. Colleges, 575

Huntington, E., Climatic Factor, F. E. Luxoyp, 864

HuNTINGTON, E. V., Mechanics, 207

Hux.ey, J. 8., Ameba Clavellinez, 26

Huxley Lecture, 88

Illinois Acad. of Sci., E. N. TRANSEAv, 549

Imbedding Small Objects, P. A. West, 898

Indiana Acad. of Sci., A. J. BigNgy, 843; F. B. 880

Inheritance in the Honey Bee, W. NEWELL, 218

Insect, Life Cycle in, J. LorsB, 169

Insecticides, Toxicity of, C. W. WoopworrH, 367

International Engineering Congress, 753

Towa Acad. of Sci., J. H. Legs, 948

‘*Tsis,’’ D. E. Smiru, 132

Isostasy and Radioactivity, G. F. Becker, 157

JAMES, J. N., Sentiment versus Education, 64

JOHNSON, D. W., Nature of Fiords, 537

Johnston, C. H., High School, C. C. Kouu, 216

JOHNSTON, J., Amer. Assoc. for the Adv. of Sci., Section C, 404

JorDAN, D. 8., Shark’s Stomach, 463

KEEN, W. W., Before and After Lister, 845, 881

Keen, W. W., Anima! Experimentation, F. 8. LEze, 760

KELLERMAN, K. F., Soil Nitrates, 390

KE.LicortT, W. E., Grading at Goucher, 909

KeELLoce, V. L., Mallophagan Species, 365

Kelly, H. A., Medical Botanists, F. H. Garrison, 649

KENT, W., Mechanics, 424

Kershaw ’s Sewage, G. C. WHIPPLE, 944

Keyes, C., Alexandrian Series, 863

Keyser, C. J., Mathematical Instruction, 443

Kidney Function, M. H. FiscHer, 584

KrMBaLL, D, D., Engineering and Ventilation, 632

King, Dr. A, F,. A., L. O. Howarp, 312

Klebs, A. C., Variolation, F. H. Garrison, 502 |

Knower, H. McE., Premedical Work in Biology, 397

Koro, C. A., Medical Entomology, W. S. Pat- ton and F. W. Cragg, 167

Kouat, C. C., High School, C. H. Johnston, 216

KRAEMER, H., Starches, E. T. Reichert, 686

KraMe_r, 8. D., Musca Domestica, 874

Kunz, G. F., Festschrift Max Bauer, 392

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L., F. R., Invertebrata, E. W. MacBride, 534

Lake Lahontan, H. 8. GALE, 209

Lamp Battery, Portable, Y, HENDERSON, 911

Lange, A., Lower Amazon, J. C. BRANNER, 363

Lantz, D. E., Biol. Soc. of Wash., 145

LAWRENCE, J. V., J. A. Harris and R, A. Gorr- NER, Osmotic Pressure and Desert Plants, 656

LAWRENCE, R. R., Generators and Motors, H. M. Hobart, 431; Motors and Convertors, A. Blon- del, 431; Storage Batteries, H. W. Morse, 432; Alternating Currents, W. G. Rhodes, 504; Alter- nating Current, Barr and Archibald, 505

Lzz, F, 8., Animal Experimentation, W. W. Keen, 760

Lees, J. H., Iowa Acad. of Sci., 948

LEvINE, B, 8S., Bleaching Cotton, 543

Lewis, E. P., Spectra of Gases, 947

Lewkowitsch, J., Oils, Fats and Waxes, A. H. GILL, 69

Lituiz, R. 8., Universities and Investigation, 553

LinpeREN, W., Daly’s Igneous Rocks, 166

Linton, E., Woods Hole Laboratory, 737

LipMaN, C. B., and L. W. Fowuer, Bacillus radi- cicola, 256, 725

Lister, Before and After, W. W. KEEN, 845, 881

LivinesTon, B, E., Atmometer, 872

Lizards, Texas Horned, W. M. WINTON, 797

Luoyp, F. E., The Salton Sea, D. T. MacDougal, 725; Climatic Factor, E. Huntington, 864

Lozs, J., Life Cycle of an Insect, 169; Stimula- tion of Growth, 704; Balanced and Nutritive Solutions, 757; and H. WasTeENneys, Helio- tropism, 328

Loess of Southwestern Indiana, E. W. SHaw, 104

Lone, J. H., Anesthesia, J. T. Gwathmey and C.

Baskerville, 133 Lovejoy, A. O., Organization of Amer. Assoc. of University Professors, 151; J. Dewry and E. R. A. SELIGMAN, The University of Utah, 685 LowiE, R. H., Amer. Anthrop. Assoc., 221 Luciani, L., Physiology, W. B. CANNON, 289 LuLL, R. 8., Water Reptiles, 8. W. Williston, 391 Lusk, G., Departments of Clinical Medicine, 531 Lynde, C. J., Household Physics, F. F. Goop, 29 Lyon, M. W., JR., Biol. Soc. of Wash., 477, 551, 587, 664, 735, 877, 915

eee, C. F., Oils, Fats and Waxes, D. Hope, 9 McAptg, A., Get the Units Right, 647 McATEE, W. L., Psyllide Wintering, 940 MacBride, E. W., Invertebrata, F. R. L., 534 McCuiune, C. E., Biology, G. N. Calkins, 580 MacCourpy, G. G., Cavern of Three Brothers, 782 MacDonatp, D. F., Earthquakes in Panama, 783 McDonaLp, 8. L., A Typical Case, 760 MacDovaatL, D. T., Plants and Growth, 467 MacDougal, D. T., Salton Sea, F. E. Lioyp, 725 MacGiuivray, A. D., Entom. Soc. of Amer., 842 MacuavriNn, R. C., Edison’s Service for Science, 313 Magaig, W. F., Cyrus Fogg Brackett, 523 Magnetic Particle, K. T. Compron and E, A. TROUSDALE, 611 Mallophagan Species, V. L. Ketioae, 365 MarsHaLL, C, E., Microbial Associations, 306 Marvin, Frank Olin, E. H. 8. Bamey, 600 Mastodon Tusk, P. SHELDON, 98

Mathematical, Soc., Amer., F, N. Cote, 144, 476, 698; Instruction, C. J. KEYSER, 443

Mathematics at Harvard, 86

Mawson, D., Home of the Blizzards, A. W. GREELY, 360

Mayer, A. G., Address of Vice-president of Sec- tion F, Amer, Assoc. for Adv. of Sci., 81

Mechanical Science and Engineering, A. A. BLANCHARD, 765, 798

Mechanics, E. V. HuntTINeToN, 207; W. 424; G. 8S. Futcuer, 644; T. L. Porter and R. C. Gowpy, 825; P. F. GaEHR, 939

Medical Science and Medical Men, Ethics and, 8. J. 515

Mess, C. E. K., Royal Photographic Soc., 792

MEHL, M. G., Reptiles from the Trias, 735

Meies, E. B., Osmotic Properties of Muscle, 689

Mellon Institute, W, A. Hamor, 418

Mettzer, 8. J., Intranational and International Ethics and the Mission of Medical Science and Medical Men, 515

Meteorology in Germany, C. ABBE, JR., 65

Microbial Associations, C. E. MarsHaLL, 306

Migr, E, R., Science Club of Univ. of Wis., 146

MILLIKAN, R. A., Conrad Réntgen, 462; Hall- wash’s Lichtelektrizitat, 943

Mines, Bureau of, 200

Minnesota, Univ. of, and Mayo Foundation, 855

Minot, Charles Sedgwick, 59; C. W. Extor, 701

Mitochondria and Azo Dyes, K. J. Scort, 834

Mooprz, R. L., Microsaur from Coal, 34; Sphen- oidal Sinus in Dinosaurs, 288; Amphibia of Coal Measures, 463; History of Medicine, F. H. Garrison, 536

Moorz, G. T., Bot. Soc. of Amer., 170

MooreE, W., Alabama Argillacea in Minnesota, 864

Morrey, C. B., Nitrogen Nutrition, 69

Morse, Elisha Wilson, L. W. Ferzer, 677

Morse, H. W., Batteries, R. R. LAWRENCE, 432

Muir, John, W. F. Bank, 353

Multiple Human Births, G. H. Parker, 648

Miinsterberg, H., Psychology, H. C. Warren, 429

Mycology and Phytopathology, C. L. SHEar, 479

National Academies and Research, G. E. Hatz, 12

National Academy of Sciences, Washington Meet- ting, A. L. Day, 566; Annual Meeting, 692; Proceedings, G. E, Haig, 815; E, B, WILSON, 868, 945

Naturalist’s Directory, J. C. BraNnNner, 135; 8. E. Cassino, 502

Naturalists, Amer. Soc. of, B. M. Davis, 369

Nervous Reactions, T. Hoven, 407

gp peace Acad. of Sci., R. 8, Cocks, 478, 664,

NEWELL, W., Inheritance in the Honey Bee, 218

NicHots, W. H., War and Chemical Industry, 37

Nitrogen Nutrition, C. B. Morrgy, 69

Nourtine, C. C., Unnatural History, 685

Nurtine, P. G., Optic Projection, 8. H. and H.

P. Gage, 395 |

O’Gara, P. J., Albinism in English Sparrow, 26; Silver Scurf of Potatoes, 131

OapEeNn, R, M., Amer. Psychol, Assoc., 547

Ogden, R. M., Psychology, M. W. 248

Ohio, Acad. of Sci., E. L, Rick, 35; State Uni- versity, 715

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Orbits of Bodies, R. 8. Woopwarp, 492

OsporN, H. F., Eberhard Fraas, 571

Osmotic, Pressure and Desert Plants, J. A. Har- J. V. LAWRENCE and R. A. 656; Properties of Muscle, E. B. Mztcas, 689

OsterHouT, W. J. V., Antagonism, 255

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