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Cereals, Foot-rot of, B. F. DANA, 484

Chamberlin, Professor, Dinner in Honor of, 368
Chandler, A. C., Animal Parasites and Human Dis-
ease, H. B. WARD, 593

Charcoal Activation, H. H. SHELDON, 568

Chart of Organic Chemistry, Aromatic Series, A.

LOWY, 93

Chemical, Soc., Amer., C. L. PARSONS, 505, 572,

595; Buffalo Meeting, 24, 48; Philadelphia Meet-

ing, 62, 205, 282, 298, 421, 441, 464, 547, 572,

577; Address of President, 217; Conference,
Interallied, 225; Industries, Fifth National
Exposition, 247; Literature, A Survey of Re-
cent, H. P. TALBOT, 253; and Physical Constants,
390; Lectures, 562; Texts for Libraries, W. A.
HAMOR, 569

Chemistry, in the Navy, R. EARLE, 298; Interna-
tional Union of Pure and Applied, E. W. WASH-
BURN, 319

Cheshire, R. W., T. Smith, Small Telescope Objec-
tives, H. S. WHITE, 437

CHILD, C. M., A. W. BELLAMY, Physiological Iso-

lation in Plants, 362

Chinese Lamp in Yucatan Mound, E. S. MORSE, 276

Cicada, Fungus Parasite of, A, T. SPEARE, 116

Civil Service Examinations, 495

CLARK, H., Acoustic Effects of Wires, 526

CLARK, H. L., Starfishes of the Philippines, W. K.

Fisher, 348

Clarke, C. R., Boys' Book of Chemistry, H. P. TAL-

BOT, 91

CLARKE, J. M., Elephant with Four Tusks, 395;

Death of Lady Allardyce, 585

CLEVENGER, G. H., Division of Engineering, Na-

tional Research Council, 58

Coal Shortage in Europe, 60

COCKERELL, T. D. A., Scales of the Jordania, 569

COLE, E. C., Device for Illustrating Osmosis, 542

COLE, F. N., Amer. Math. Soc., 487

COLE, L. J., J. MEGEATH, Somatic Variation, 525

College and Industry, Cooperation between, R. H.

BOGUE, 425

CONRAD, W. A., Auroral Displays, 186

Constants and Variables, J. R. DE LA J. BUENO, 593

Coordination of Scientific Efforts, H. H. WHETZEL,

COPE, A. A., Photographing Colonies of Bacteria,


Corn, White versus Yellow, H. STEENBOCK, 352
Cornell University Medical College, 367
Cosmical Energy, A Possible Source of, I. W. D.
HACKH, 252

COVILLE, F. V., Extinction of Box Huckleberry, 30
Cowles, Edward, G. S. HALL, 132

CREW, H., Problem of the Boy in the Swing, 139
CROMMELIN, A. C. D., Solar Eclipse of May 29,

Cronium in Helium from Natural Gas, H. P. CADY,

Crop Inspection, Official, H. L. BOLLEY, 193

Crystallographical and Mineralogical Soc. of Amer.,


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EARLE, R., Chemistry in the Navy, 298

Earth, Tides, Report of Committee on, A. A.
258; Rigidity of, A. A. MICHELSON, H. G. GALE,

Edwards, Vinal N., H. C. Bumpus, 34
EHRENFELD, F., Auroral Displays, 185
EIGENMANN, C. H., Irwin Expedition, 100; and R.
S., Steindachneridion, 525

Electric Engineering, Cooperative Course in, 367

Electrolytes and Colloids, J. LOEB, 439

Elephant with Four Tusks, J. M. CLARKE, 395

Elephants, Destruction in Cape Colony, 154

Elizabeth Thompson Science Fund, 521

ELSEY, H. MCK., H. P. CADY, Cronium in Helium
from Natural Gas, 71

EMERSON, F. V., Clays of Port Hudson, La., 460
EMERTON, J. H., New England Federation of Nat-
ural History Societies, 272

Engineering, Standardization, 14; Science and the
War, C. A. PARSONS, 333, 355, 383
Epidemiology and Epidemics, S. FLEXNER, 313
Expeditions from University of California, 341

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GILMORE, C. W., Ornithomimid Dinosaur in Mary-
land, 394

Godman, Frederick du Cane, Memorial to, 204
GRABAU, A. W., Cretaceous Silicispongiae, M.
O'Connell, 231

Gravitation and Uranium Lead, A. BULL, 69
GRAY, A., Physics and Scientific Education, 377
GRIFFITH, C. R., Instinctive Behavior in the White
Rat, 166

Grove C. C., Influenza Epidemic, 271

GUDGER, E. W., Synchronous Flashing of Fire-
flies, 188

GUTHRIE, F. V., D. H. DOLLEY, Nerve Cell Pig-

ments, 190

HACKH, I. W. D., A Possible Source of Cosmical

Energy, 252

HALE, G. E., Responsibilities of the Scientist, 143
HALL, G. S., Edward Cowles, 132

HALL, W. T., Valence of Nitrogen in Nitrous Ox-
ide, 209

HAMOR, W. A., Chemical Texts for Libraries, 569
HANSEN, R., Nodule Organisms of the Leguminosae,

HARGITT, C. W., Fresh Water Medusa, 413
HARKINS, W. D., Building of Atoms, 577
HARRINGTON, G. T., Germinating Freshly Harvested
Winter Wheat, 528

HARROW, B., Emil Fischer, 150

Harveian Festival of Royal College of Physicians
of London, 526

HATHAWAY, A. S., Discovery of Calculus, 41

HAYES, E., Significance of Declining Birth-rate, 533

History of Science, and the Amer. Assoc. for Adv.
of Sci., F. E. BRASCH, 66; New Activities in the,
L. C. KARPINSKI, 213; and the Amer. Hist. Asso.,
E. J. BENTON, 478

Homozygous and Heterozygous, Substitutes for the
Words, F. J. KELLEY, 458

Hopkins, Cyril G., E. DAVENPORT, 387

Hospital, American, for Great Britain, 155
HOWARD, L. O., Committee on Policy, Amer. Assoc.
for Adv. of Sci., 487; Konchugaku Hanron
Jokwan, T. Miyake, 527

Huntington, E., World-power and Evolution, C.

HUNTSMAN, A. G., Fishes and Latitude, 592
HYDE, J., Fire-walking in Japan, 162

Importation, Duty-free, C. H. Asн, 55
Industrial, Fatigue and Scientific Management,
277; Research in Small Establishments, M. E.
LEEDS, 445

Influenza, Epidemic, C. C. GROVE, 271; Investiga-
tions on, 313, 520

Insect Transmission of Disease, W. D. PIERCE, 125

Interaction of Gravitating and Radiant Forces, C.

BARUS, 279

International, Research Council, Brussels Meeting,
226; Science and the War, 453

"Inversion," The Term, J. B. FERGUSON, 544

Investigator and his Problem, C. ZELENY, 175

Iowa Academy of Science, J. H. LEES, 72

Irwin Expedition, C. H. EIGENMANN, 100

Isolation, Physiological, in Plants, A. W. BELLAMY,

C. M. CHILD, 362

L., E. R., The Poor Diener, 43

Labor, American Federation of, and Scientific Re-
search, 15; and Science, 230

Laboratory Instruction in Chemistry, A. A.


Lacroix, A., Dolomieu sur la Minéralogie du Dau-
phiné, G. F. K., 373

LAMBERT, A., Medicine a Factor in War, 8
Lane Medical Lectures, 367

LA RUE, C. D., Monkeys as Coconut Pickers, 187
Leather from Aquatic Animals, 389

LEE, A., Field Sanitation in China, 435
LEEDS, M. E., Industrial Research in Small Estab-
lishments, 445

LEES, J. H., Iowa Academy of Science, 72

LEFEVRE, G., Introductory Course in Zoology, 429

Leguminosae, Nodule Organisms of the, R. HAN-

SEN, 568

Library, American, Association, Agricultural Sec-
tion, E. R. OBERLY, 167

LILLIE, F. R., Tandler and Keller on the Free-
martin, 183

LILLIE, R. S., Surface Films in Passive Metals and

in Protoplasm, 259, 416

Limicolous Oligochaeta for Laboratory Use, F. H.

Lister Institute, 35

Locust, 17-year, Population, E. KARRER, 211
LOEB, J., Electrolytes and Colloids, 439

LOEB, L., Wound Healing in Experimental Tissue,

Lowy, A., Chart of Organic Chemistry, Aromatic
Series, 93

LUSK, G., National Laboratory of Human Nutri-

tion, 97; A Medical School, in the War and after,


LYMAN, T., Helium Series in the Ultra-violet, 481

M., A., The Grand Fleet, Admiral Jellicoe, 21

Marching in Step, W. WEAVER, 162

McAdie, A., G. P. PAYNE, Uniformity in Symbols,

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Medal, Distinguished Service, 86; of the Royal
Geographical Society, 135; The Mary Clark-
Thompson, 272; Willard Gibbs, 325; Elliot, 473
Medical, Foundation for New York City, 61; Edu-
cation and Practise in China, 246; Welsh Na-
tional School, 299; Education in the United
States, 323; School, in the War and after, G.
LUSK, 403; School of Vanderbilt University, 521
Medicine a Factor in War, A. LAMBERT, 8
MEGEATH, J., L. J. COLE, Somatic Variation, 525
MELHUS, I. E., L. L. RHODES, Seed-borne Diseases
of Grain, 21

MERRILL, G. P., Cumberland Falls Meteorite, 90

METCALF, M. M., Metcalf and Bell upon Sapidae, 19

Meteorite, Cumberland Falls, G. P. MERRILL, 90

Meteorological Soc., Amer., Organization of, C. F.

BROOKS, 180, 546

Meteorology, Notes on, C. F. BROOKS, 91, 164, 350,
374, 483

BERLIN, Report of Committee on Earth Tides,
258; H. G. GALE, Rigidity of the Earth, 327

MEYER, A. W., Preservation of Cadavers, 570
MILLER, D. C., Amer. Physical Soc., and Amer.

Inst. of Elec. Engineers, 342; Chicago Meeting,


MILLER, G. A., Teaching of Science from Histor-
ical Point of View, 489

MILLIKAN, R. A., R. A. SAWYER, Ultra-violet Spec-
trum, 138; New Opportunity in Science, 285
Mineral Production of the United States in 1918,

Mirage, An Unusual, A. A. KNOWLTON, 328; A
Wall-side, W. M. DAVIS, 372

Miyake, T., Konchûgaku Hanron Jokwan, L. 0.


Mobilization, Scientific, in Italy, G. ABETTI, 169

Monkeys as Coconut Pickers, 187

MOODIE, R. L., Mammals of Porto Rico, H. E.

Anthony, 91; Evolution of the Earth, J. Barrell
and others, 140; Opisthotonos, 275

MORSE, E. S., Chinese Lamp in Yucatan Mound, 276
Morse, E. S., Living Lamellibranchs, F. N. BALCH,

Motion of a Gravitating Needle, C. BARUS, 214

MOULTON, E. J., Amer. Math. Soc., 353

Names, New Miocene Formational, C. J. MAURY,

National, Research, Fellowships, 15; Council, G.
H. CLEVENGER, 58; Nutrition Committee, 156;
Department of Health, 106; Academy of Sci-
ences, New Haven Meeting, 486; Henry Draper
Committee, 538; Committee on Mathematics, 562

Natural History Societies, New England Federa-

tion of, J. H. EMERTON, 272

Naturalists, Amer. Soc. of, 324

Naturalist's Place in his Community, W. E. ALLEN,

Nature Study, Vacation, 389

Neal, H. V., Sect. of Zool. Amer. Assoc. Adv. of

Sci., 478

Nerve Cell Pigments, D. H. DOLLEY, F. V. GUTHRIE,


New York, Aquarium, Collecting Boat for, C. H.

TOWNSEND, 134; Botanical Garden, 455

Nichols, Professor Edward L., Retirement of, 269

NICHOLS, G. E., Biology Course in American Col-

leges, 509

NICHOLS, J. T., Turtles of New England, H. L.
Babcock, 115

NICHOLS, W. H., Research and Application, 217
NIPHER, F. E., Variations in Electrical Potential of
the Earth, 23

North Carolina Academy of Science, B. CUNNING-
HAM, 262

North Pacific Ocean, Exploration of, W. E. RITTER,


Not Ten but Twelve, W. B. SMITH, 239

NUNN, R., Tennessee Academy of Science, 594
Nutrition, Human, National Laboratory of, G.

LUSK, 97; Committee of National Research

Council, 156; National Institute of, H. P.

ARMSBY, 242; Problems of Food and, 520

OBERHOLSER, H. C., North American Diving Birds,

A. C. Bent, 329

OBERLY, E. R., American Library Association,
Agricultural Section, 167

O'Connell, M., Cretaceous Silicispongia, A. W.

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Paleobotany, in Great Britain, A. C. SEWARD, 43;

Needs of, G. R. WIELAND, 68

PALMER, L. S., Carotinoids as Fat-soluble Vitamine,

PALMER, T. S., American Ornithologists' Union, 408
Paraffine, Imbedding in, L. H. SCHATZ, 436
Parker, G. H., Elementary Nervous System, H. B.

PARSONS, C. L., Engineering Science and the War,
333, 355, 383; Amer. Chem. Soc., Buffalo Meet-
ing, 24, 48; Philadelphia Meeting, 62, 205, 282,
421, 446, 464, 505, 547, 572, 575, 595
Patent Reforms, B. RUSSELL, 202

PAYNE, G. P., A. MCADIE, Uniformity in Symbols,


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Salpidae, Metcalf and Bell on, M. M. METCALF, 19
Sand Dunes, Conservation of, 405
Sanitation, in China, A. LEE, 435

Scales of the Jordania, T. D. A. COCKERELL, 569
SCHAFFNER, J. H., Reversal of Sex in Hemp, 311;
Snow-Rollers, 371

SCHATZ, L. H., Imbedding in Paraffine, 436

SCHUCHERT, C., World-Power and Evolution, E.

Huntington, 211

Science, New Opportunity in, R. A. MILLIKAN,

285; and the Army, 306; and the Press, 347;

Teaching of, from Historical Point of View, G.

A. MILLER, 489; and Industry in New Zealand,


Scientific, Events, 13, 35, 60, 84, 104, 133, 154, 179,

204, 226, 246, 271, 299, 323, 341, 365, 388, 405,

431, 453, 477, 495, 520, 537, 561, 585; Notes and

News, 16, 37, 62, 86, 108, 135, 157, 181, 206, 228,

248, 273, 301, 325, 343, 368, 390, 408, 433, 456,

479, 499, 522, 540, 563, 588; Books, 21, 43, 71,

91, 115, 140, 163, 187, 211, 231, 253, 278, 307,

329, 348, 373, 415, 437, 527, 593; Societies Meet-

ing at St. Louis, 536

Scientist, Responsibilities of the, G. E. HALE, 143
Seed-borne Diseases of Grain, I. E. MELHUS, L. L.

Seismograph, A Practical Long-period, A. ROM-

BERG, 141

SEWARD, A. C., Paleobotany in Great Britain, 43
Sex, Reversal of, in Hemp, J. H. SCHAFFNER, 311
SHELDON, H. H., Charcoal Activation, 568
Shell-shock in the Battle of Marathon, D. A.

Sigma Xi, at Syracuse University, 36; and the Fu-

ture, F. K. RICHTMYER, 75; Address to, 175,


Singing Sands of Lake Michigan, W. D. RICHARD-

SON, 493

SMITH, E. F., L. R. JONES, C. S. REDDY, Black Chaff
of Wheat, 48; L. MCCULLOCH, Bacterium Sola-
nacearum in Beans, 238

SMITH, H. M., Cooperation between Government
and Laboratory Zoologists, 1

Smith, T., and R. W. Cheshire, Small Telescope Ob-
jectives, H. S. WHITE, 437

SMITH, W. B., Not Ten but Twelve, 239

Snow,-Rollers, L. E. WOODMAN, 210; B. F. YAN-


M. DALLENBACH, 371; W. A. PRICE, 591

SNYDER, H., War Flour, 130

Societies and Academies, 262; Iowa Acad, 72;
Anthrop. Soc., 84; Ky. Acad., 95; Meteorol. Soc.,
180, 546; Chem. Soc., 24, 48, 62, 205, 217, 247,
253 282, 298, 390, 421, 441, 464, 505, 536, 547;
N. C. Acad., 265; Nat. Hist. Societies, 272;
Ceramic Soc., 300; Soc. of Naturalists, 324;
Physical Soc., 342, 477; Math. Soc., 353, 487;
Address before Astron. Soc., Math. Soc. and
Math. Ass., 399; Crystal. and Miner. Soc., 497;
Soc. of Zoologists, 497; Astron. Soc., 507; at St.
Louis, 536; Tenn. Acad., 594

Solar Eclipse of May 29, A. C. D. CROMMELIN, 518
Somatic Variation, L. J. COLE, J. MEGEATH, 525
SPARROW, C. M., Double Use of the Term Accelera-
tion, 482

SPEARE, A. T., Fungus Parasite of the Cicada, 116
Special Articles, 23, 48, 71, 93, 116, 141, 166, 190,

214, 238, 259, 279, 311, 331, 352, 375, 397, 416,
439, 461, 484, 502, 528, 544, 570

STARR, I., JR., Undergraduate Research in Medical
Schools, 308

State, Academies of Science, D. D. WHITNEY, 517;
Parks and Iowa Policy, 406

STEBBINS, J., Amer. Astron. Soc., 507; Grants for
Research of Amer. Assoc. for Adv. of Sci., 559
STEENBOCK, H., White Corn versus Yellow Corn,

Steindachneridion, C. H., and R. S. EIGENMANN,


Surgeons and Physicians, Congress of, American,
President's Address, 313; Matters of Scientific
Interest in, 407; of Surgeons, American, 432
Surface Films in Passive Metals and in Protoplasm,
R. S. LILLIE, 259, 416

Swing, "Working up" in a, A. T. JONES, 20; V.
KARAPETOFF, P. E. KLOPSTEG, 70; Problem of
the Boy in the, H. CREW, 139

Symposium before Zool. Soc., 1, 4, 27, 29; Bot. Soc.
and Phytopath. Soc., 51

TALBOT, H. P., Boys' Book of Chemistry, C. R.
Clarke, 91; A Survey of Recent Chemical Litera-
ture, 253

TALMAN, C. F., Snow-Rollers, 371

Tennessee Academy of Science, R. NUNN, 594
TODD, T. W., Menders of the Maimed, A. Keith, 307
TORREY, H. B., Elementary Nervous System, G. H.
Parker, 163

TOWNSEND, C. H., Collecting Boat for New York
Aquarium, 134

Trans-Atlantic Flight, Meteorological Aspects of,
C. F. BROOKS, 91, 374; R. DEC. WARD, 114
Tropical Research Station in British Guiana, 37
TURLEY, H. E., Fruit Fungi in the Chicago Market,

Ultra-violet, Spectrum, Extending the, R. A.

MILLIKAN, R. A. SAWYER, 138; Helium Series in
the, T. LYMAN, 481

Undergraduate Research in Medical Schools, I.
STARR, JR., 308

Uniformity in Symbols, A. MOADIE, G. P. PAYNE,

University and Educational News, 18, 40, 65, 88,
111, 137, 161, 182, 208, 229, 251, 274, 303, 327,

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