« PreviousContinue »
MESSAGE AND DOCUMENTS, 1882-83.
2. Experimental determination of wave-lengths in the invisi-
3. On the subsidence of particles in liquids, by H. H. Brewer.
NOTT, C. C., AND A. HOPKINS-Reports, vol. 19. See Court of
ORDNANCE OFFICE, U. S. ARMY. See Department of War.
In the U. S. Patent Office. The speaking telephone inter-
A to J and No. 1. 8°. [Washington, 1884.] 47 pp. Official Gazette of the U. S. Patent Office, containing patents, trade-marks, designs, and lables issued to Dec. 30, 1884 1884. Impl. 8°. No. 13, completing vol. 29. Washington, 1884.
Specifications and drawings of patents issued from the U. S. Patent Office for February, 1884. Patents 292,779 to 294,344; reissues 10,444 to 10,454, inclusive. Impl. 8°. Washington, 1884. liii. 2037 PP. 550 pages of drawings.
Annual report of the Commissioner of Pensions for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1884. 8°. Washington, 1884. 51 pp.
Roster of examining surgeons appointed under authority of the Commissioner of Pensions. 8°. Washington, 1884.
145 pp. 8°.
POSTMASTER GENERAL. See Department of the Post Office. RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. See Commissioner of Railways. REGISTER OF THE TREASURY. See Department of the Treasury. SIGNAL OFFICE. See Department of War.
SUPERVISING INSPECTOR OF STEAMBOATS. See Department of the Treasury.
SURGEON GENERAL, U. S. NAVY. See Department of the Navy. TREASURY. See Department of the Treasury.
UNITED STATES COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.
Short description of articles forming the Coast and Geodetic
UNITED STATES CONSULAR REPORTS.
Reports from the Consuls of the U. S. on the commerce, manufacture, etc., of their Consular districts, No. 47, November, 1884. Published by the Department of State. 8°. Washington, 1884. iv, 325-478, iii. pp.
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. J. W. Powell, Director. Monographs.
VI. Contributions to the knowledge of the older Mesozoic flora of Virginia. By W. M. Fontaine. 4°. Washington, 1884. xi, 144 pp., 54 l., 54 plates.
VII. Silver-lead deposits of Eureka, Nevada. By J. S. Curtis. 4. Washington, 1884. xiii, 200 pp., 16 plates.
The monographs previously printed are:
II. Tertiary History of the Grand Cañon District, with atlas, by C. E. Dutton. 4°. Washington, 1882. 264 pp., 42 plates, and atlas of 26 dbl. sheets, folio.
III. Geology of the Comstock Lode and Washoe District, with atlas, by G. F. Becker. 4°. Washington, 1882. xv, 422 pp., 2 plates, and atlas of 21 sheets, folio.
IV. Comstock Mining and Miners, by Eliot Lord. 4°. Washington, 1883. xvi, 451 pp., 3 plates.
V. Copper-Bearing Rocks of Lake Superior, by R. D. Irving. 4. Washington, 1883. xiv, 464 pp., 29 plates.
UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF THE TER-
Vol. viii. Contributions to the fossal flora of the western
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY, West Point. Report of the Board of Visitors on the part of the House of Representatives, upon the discipline, instruction, police administration, and fiscal and other affairs of the Military Academy at West Point, with accompanying reports thereon of the several committees appointed by the President, Dec. 2, 1884. 8°. Washington, 1884. 50 pp., 6 plates.
UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY.
Annual register of the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 35th academic year, 1884-'85. 8°. Washington, 1884.
Report of the Board of Visitors to the U. S.
UNITED STATES NAVAL OBSERVATORY.
Report of the Superintendent of the U. S. Naval Observa-
Report of the Utah Commission to the Secretary of the
WAR DEPARTMENT. See Department of War.
UNITED STATES' PUBLICATIONS
WASHINGTON, D. C. FEBRUARY, 1885.
This journal will be published monthly, and furnished to subscribers at $2.00 per annum.
It will consist of a catalogue of the current publications of the United States Government, printed by order of Congress or of any of the Departments during the month preceding the date of publication.
J. H. HICKCOX,
906 M St. W., Washington, D. C.
ABBE, CLEVELAND. An account of the progress in meteorol-
The agricultural grasses of the United States, by Dr. G. Vasey; also, the chemical composition of American grasses, by C. Richardson. S°. Washington, 1884. 144pp., 120 pls.
Report on the origin and management of seven agricultural schools in Germany, Belgium, and England, made to G. B. Loring, Commissioner. [By A. S. Welch.] 8°. Washington, 1884. 107pp.
The soils and productions of Southwestern Louisiana, including the parishes of St. Landry, Lafayette, Vermillion, St. Martin's, Iberia, and St. Mary's. [By E. E. Rapley.] 8°. Washington, 1884. 40pp.
Special Report, No. 11. The silk-worm; being a brief manual of instructions for the production of silk. By C. V. Riley. 5th edition, with illustrations. 8°. Washington, 1884. 37PP.
Bureau of Statistics, New Series, No. 14. Report on the condition of the crops for the year, and of freight rates of transportation companies. December, 1884. 8°. Washington, 1884. 6opp. AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY in several countries. See U. S. Consular Report, No. 48, December, 1884.
ARMAMENT BOARD. Report upon the various kinds of ordnance for the service. 8°. [Washington, 18S4.] 5pp., 2 plates. ARMY REGISTER. Official army register for January, 1885. Published by order of the Secretary of War, in compliance with law. 8°. Washington, 18S5. 400pp.
ATTORNEY GENERAL. See Treasury Department, Solicitor. ATTORNEYS GENERAL OPINIONS. See Bentley, A. J. BARKER, G. F. An account of the progress in physics in the year 1883. 8°. Washington, 1884. Title, 52pp. Smithsonian Mis. Pub., No. 578.
BENTLEY, A. J. Digest of the official opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States, comprising all of the published opinions contained in volumes i to xvi, inclusive, and embracing the period from 1789 to 1881. Published by authority of Congress. 8°. Washington, 1885. xix, 489pp.
BILLINGS, J. S. See World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Orleans.
BOLTON, H. C. An account of the progress in chemistry in 1883. 8°. Washington, 1884. Title, 32pp. Smithsonian
Mis. Pub., No. 579.
BUREAU OF STATISTICS. See Treasury Department, Bureau of Statistics.
CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES, 1880. MONOGRAPHS. Report on the ship-building industry of the United States. By Henry Hall. 4°. Washington, 1884. vi, 276pp., 10 plates.
Report on cotton production in the Indian Territory, with a brief description of the agricultural features of a portion of the country. By R. H. Loughridge. 4°. Washington, 1884. 4 p. 1., 34pp.
Report on flour-milling processes. By Knight Neftel. 4°. Washington, 1884. 3 p. l., 16pp., 6 plates.
Statistics of manufacture of tobacco and of its commercial distribution, exportation, and prices. By J. R. Dodge. 4°. Washington, 1884. vi, 64pp.
Report of the cotton production of the State of Virginia, with a brief discussion of the general agricultural features of the State. By W. C. Kerr. 4°. Washington, 1884. 3 p. l., 25pp.
See U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION. Annual report and statements of the chief of the Bureau of Statistics on the commerce and navigation of the U. S. for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1884. Foreign commerce. 8°. Washington, 1884. cxv,
COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY. Annual report of the Comptroller of the Currency to the 2d Session, 48th Congress