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OFFICERS AND REPORTERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF OFFICIAL AGRICUL

TURAL CHEMISTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

President,

W. FREAR, State College, Pa.

Vice-President,

A. L. WINTON, New Haven, Conn.

Secretary,
H. W. WILEY, U. S. Dept. Agr., Washington, D. C.

Executive Committee,
The PRESIDENT; the VICE-PRESIDENT; the SECRETARY;
B. W. KILGORE, Raleigh, N. C.; A. Goss, Mesilla Park, N. Mex.

Reporters, Phosphoric acid, H. B. MCDONNELL, Col- Dairy products, L. L. VAN SLYKE, Tieneva, lege Park, Md.;

N. Y.; Nitrogen, J. P. STREET, New Brunswick, Foods and feeding stuffs, J. B. LINDSEY, N.J.;

Amherst, Mass.; Potash, A. L. Winton, New Haven, Conn.; Fermented and distilled liquors, W. D. Soils and ash, ARTHUR Goss, Mesilla Park,

BIGELOW, Washington, D.C.

Sugar, H. H. NICHOLSON, Lincoln, Nebr. ; Tannin, B. D. WESTENFELDER, Cincinnati, Ohio.

As8ociate Reporters, Phosphoric acid, L. H. MERRILL, Orono,

Foods an«l feeding stuffs, F. W. MORSE,

Durham, V. II. ;
Nitrogen, R. J. DAVIDSON, Blacksbury, Termented and distilled liquors, W. S.

SWEETSER, State College, Pa.;
Potash, C. H. Jones, Burlington, Vt. ;
Soils and ash, W. G. Brown, Columbia,

Sugar, L. W. WILKINSON, Audubon Park,

New Orleans, La. Dairy products, C. L. PENNY, Newark,

Tannin, J. H. Yocum, New York City,

N. Y.

N. Mex.;

Me.;

Va.;

Mo.;

Del.;

Abstract Committee,

E. W. Allen, Washington, D. C.;
J. T. ANDERSON, Auburn, Ala.;
W. D). BIGELOW, Washington, D. C.;
B. H. Hite, Morgantown, W.Va.;

H. J. PATTERSON, College Park, Mil.;
W. H. KRUG, Washington, D. C.;
B. W. KILGORE, Raleigh, N. C.;

F. W. Woll, Madison, Wis.;
F. W. MORSE, Durham, N. H.

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LIST OF STATION PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED BY THE OFFICE OF

EXPERIMENT STATIONS DURING 1896.'

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1 A list of publications issued by the stations prior to January 1, 1892, was published in the Experiment Station Recoril, Vol. III, p. 937; a list of those issued during 1892 and 1893 in Bulletiu 19 of the Oflice of Experiment Stations, p. 61; a list of those issued during 1894 in Bulletin 23, p. 58, and a list of those for 1895 in Bulletin 27, p. 59.

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Experiments with New Orchard Fruits, Trees, and

Shrubs.
Biennial Report for 1894 and 1895.
Entomological Work for 1895. Feeding Dairy Cows.

Feeding Cotton-Seed Meal to Dairy Cows. Maturing
Skim Milk Calves. Crop Notes for 1895. Butter Fla.

Some of our Advances in Breeding Fruits and
Shrubs. Milk Preservatives: Formalin. Soil Mois-
ture. Washing Butter. Our Window Gardens.
Lamb Feeding. Steer and Heifer Beef, II. Old Process

13. New Process Lingeed Meal. Notes on Injurious
Insects. Fresh Cow vs. Stripper Butter.

Vor

Bulletin 33.

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January-November Meteorological Bulle- Meteorological Bulletins 85 to 95.

LOUISIANA STATIONS.
Date.
Publication.

Title. 1895.

Second series.
Bulletin 39...

Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers.
Annual Report. Eighth Annual Report, 1895.
1896.
Bulletin 40... Cowpea: Origin, Botanical Relations, Chemical Compo.

sition, Feeding Value, Restorative Virtues to the Soil,

etc.
Bulletin 41...

Tobacco: Yellow-Leaf and Cigar Varieties.
Bulletin 42..

Horticulture: Results of the Year 1895.
Bulletin 43.

Bovine Tuberculosis in North Louisiana.
Bulletin 44.

Charbon or Anthrax.
Bulletin 45.

Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers and Paris Green.
Report....

Geology and Agriculture, III: A Preliminary Report

upon the Florida Parishes of East Louisiana and the

Bluff, Prairie, and Hill Lands of Southwest Louisiana.

MAINE STATION. 1895,

Second series.
March 25.
Bulletin 20..

A Discussion of Certain Commercial Articles : Foods.
April 15
Bulletin 21.

Notes on Small Fruits.
Bulletin 22.

Inspection of Fertilizers.
Annual Report Annual Report, 1895.
1896.
February 24. Bulletin 23.

Preservation of Cream for Market.
March 1

Bulletin 24.
March 11

Cabbages.
Bulletin 25.
March 25

Inspection of Fertilizers, 1896.
Bulletin 26.

Inspection of Glassware used by Creameries and Butter

Factories to Determine the value of Cream and Milk.
March 18
Bulletin 27

Peas; Sweet Corn.
March 31
Bulletin 28.

Potato Rot: Bordeaux Mixture and Fungiroid as Pre

ventives. April 10. Bulletin 29.

Notes on Spraying.

MARYLAND STATION.
1895.
December
Bulletin 36....

Steer Feeding: A Well-Balanced vs. A Poorly-Balanced

Ration.
Annual Report

Eighth Annual Report, 1895.
Bulletin 37.

Composition of Commercial Fertilizers Sold in this State.
Bulletin 38.

Potato Experiments.
Bulletin 39.

Spray Calendar.
Bulletin 40.

Composition of Commercial Fertilizers Sold in this State.
Bulletin 41.
Bulletin 42.

Test of Methods of Preparing and Feeding Corn Fodder.
The Maryland Trees and Nursery-Stock Law and Other
Information of Special Interest to Nurserymen and

Fruit Growers.
MASSACHUSETTS HATCH STATION.
Bulletin 35..

The Agricultural Value of Bone Meal.
Meteorological Bulle- Meteorological Bulletin 84.

tin.
Annual Report ..

Eighth Annual Report, 1895.
Bulletin 36..

Imported Elm Leaf Beetle. Maple Pseudococcus. Abbot
Bulletin 37.

Sphinx. San José Scale.

Report on Fruits. Insecticides. Fungicides.
Bulletin 38.

General Discussion on Commercial Fertilizers. Analyses

of Fertilizing Materials sent on for Examination. Observations Regarding the Composition of Paris Green.

Observations Concerning the Action of Muriate of PotBulletin 39.

ash on the Lime Constitutents of the Soil.

Economic Feeding of Milch Cows.
Bulletin 40.

Analyses of Manurial Substances sent on for Examina

tion. Analyses of Licensed Fertilizers Collected by the

Agent of the Station during 1896.
On the Use of Tuberculin.

1896. February April August. September October

1895. December. December...

1896. February

March March

April July

August...

tins.

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