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Auk, The, 196
AUSTEN, PETER T., On Indiscriminate 'Taking,' 209
Ayrton, W. E., and E. A. Medley, Tests of Glow-

Lamps, T. C. M., 662


B., D. G., Grundriss der Ethnological Jurisprudenz,

Albert Herman Post, 25; Ethnologische Studien
Zur Ersten Entwicklung der Strafe, S. R. Stein-

metz, 25
B., J. S., Municipal Government, Albert Shaw, 578
B., N. L., Flora of Nebraska, 25; Grasses of Ten-

nessee, Pt. II., F. Lamson Scribner, 55; Field,
Forest and Garden Botany, Asa Gray, 527; Sys-

tematic Botany, E. Warming, 550
B., W. K., Can an Organism Without a Mother be

Born from an Egg, 162
Bach, C., Elasticität und Festigkeit, MANSFIELD

Bacillus, The Influence of Certain Agents in Destroy-

ing the Vitality of the Typhoid and Colon, JOHN

Bacteriology, Outline of Diary, H. L. Russell, H. W.

C., 189; A Course of Elementary Practical, A.

A. Kanthack and I. H. Drysdale, 416
Bacteriosis of Rutabaga, 509
BAILEY, L. H., The Plant Individual in the Light of

Evolution, 281
Bailey, L. H., 82; Appropriation for Horticultural

Work, 499; Horticulturalists' Rule Book, 682
Bailey, Vernon, Pocket Gophers of the United States,

Behrens, H., Anleitung zur Microchemischen An-

alyse, E. RENOUF, 636
Bell, Alexander Graham, Gift to Volta Bureau Li-

brary, 725
Bell, Robert, Honeycombed Limestones, 67
Bélopolsky, A., Pulkowa Refractor, 616
Benton George Willard, A Laboratory Guide for

a Twenty Weeks' Course in General Chemistry,

W. R. O., 611
BERGEY, DR. D. H., Summary of Conclusions of a
Botanical, Books at Auction, 666; Gazette, 82, 140,

J. A. ALLEN, 689
Baker, Frank, Human Lumbar Vertebræ, 531
BALDWIN, J. MARK, The Social Sense, 236
Baldwin, J. Mark, Studies from the Princeton

Psychological Laboratory, 643
Ball, M. V., Streptococcus pyogenes, 447
Ball, Valentine, Death of, 723
Ballard, Harlan H., The World of Nature, WYATT

Ballistic Galvanometer and its Use in Magnetic Meas-

urements, THOMAS GRAY, 533
Balloon Ascent, 500
Barber, H. G., Hypatus bachmanni, 560
Barlow, Alfred E., Huronite, 62
Barnard College, Site for, 695
Barograph Record During a Tornado, 320
BARRETT, S. B., Astrophysical Journal, 615
Base Level, Meaning of the Term, 175
Bastian, Adolph, Some of his later Writings, 73
Bastin, Edson S., Laboratory Exercises in Botany, s.

Bateson, William, Materials for the Study of Varia-

tion, H. W. CONN, 23
BAUER, L. A., On the Distribution and the Secular

Variation of Terrestrial Magnetism, 673
Bauer, L. A., On the Secular Motion of a Free Mag-

netic Needle, 671
Bayley, W. S., Great Gabbro Mass, 65; Contact Phe-

nomena, 65
Bays and Fiords, Submerged Valleys, 259
Beal, F. E. L., Food Habits of Woodpeckers, 304
BEAL, W. J., Teaching Botany, 355
Bean, Tarleton H., Deep Sea Fishes, 501
Bearcamp Water, Frank Bolles; W. T. DAVIS, 80
Becker, G. F., Gold Fields, 668
Bedell, F. and A. C. Crehore, Resonance in Trans-

former Circuits, 671
Beet-Leaf Spot, 378

Report by Drs. D. H. Bergey, S. Weir Mitchell
and J. S. Billings upon the Composition of Ex-

pired Air and Its Effects upon Animal Life,' 481
Berlese, A. N., Icones fungorum ad usum Sylloges

Saccardianæ accommodatæ, JOSEPH F.JAMES, 528
Bernthsen, A., Text-book of Organic Chemistry, FE-

Berthelot, M., Argon, 444; Banquet in Honor of, 500
Berthoumieu, M. G. V., Ichneumonidæ, 276
Bertillon, Dr., Identifying Handwriting, 556
Bertkau, P., and the Review of Entomology, 303
Bevier Sheet, Report on, Arthur Winslow, J. D. R., 248
Bibbins, Arthur, Fauna of Potomac Formation, 362
Bickmore, Albert S., Address by, 695

The Influence of Certain Agents in Destroying the
Vitality of the Typhoid and Colon Bacillus, 169;
A Card Catalogue of Scientific Literature, 406;
Degeneration, Max Nordau, 465; Summary of Con-
clusions of a Report by Dr. D. H. Bergey, S. Weir
Mitchell and J. S. Billings upon The Composition
of Expired Air and Its Effects upon Animal Life,

Billings, John S., Retirement of, 583
Billroth, Prof., Statue of, 668
Biological, 331, 361 ; Society of Washington, 84, 168;

F. A. LUCAS, 304, 418, 502, 586, 725; M. B.
WAITE, 334, 531, 698; Laboratory of Cold Spring
Harbor, 166; Lectures, Delivered at the Marine
Biological Laboratory of Wood's Holl, CHARLES
S. DOLLEY, 244; Wood's Holl 1894, 418; Lec-
tures and Addresses, Arthur Milnes Marshall, H.

W. CONN, 413; Laboratory, The Marine, 516
Biology, Introduction to Elementary Practical,

Charles Wright Dodge, H. W. Conn, 78; Section

of, New York Academy of Science, 84, 167, 306
Birdcraft, Mabel Osgood Wright, C. H. M., 635
Birds, of Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, Wit-

mer Stone, C. HART MERRIAM, 187; Visitors'
Guide to the Local Collection of, in the Museum of
Natural History, New York City, Frank M. Chap-
man, C. HART MERRIAM, 189; of Eastern North
America, Frank M. Chapman, C. HART MERRIAM,
437; Land and Game, of New England, H. D.
Minot; C. H. M., 495; Our Native, of Song and
Beauty, H. Nehrling, C. H. M., 577; Collection

of W. E. D. Scott, 722
Black Knot of Plums and Cherries, 510
BOAS, FRANZ, On Dr. William Townsend Porter's

Investigations of the Growth of the School Chil-
dren of St. Louis, 225; Growth of First-born

Children, 402
Boedeker, K., Death of, 364
Bolles, Frank, At the North of Bearcamp Water, W.

Bologna, Gold Medal of Academy of Sciences, 693
Books for Sale, 166
Bosanquet, R. C.. Craven Studentship, 585
Boston Society of Natural History, 308, 532, 588

252, 364, 503, 642; Society of America, 80;
Society, Italian, 500; Garden Missouri, WM.

Botanists, Directory of Living, 696
Botany, Bibliography of American, 139 ; Teaching,

W.J. BEAL, 355 ; Laboratory Exercises in, Edson
S. Bastin, S. E. JELLIFFE, 358; Memoirs from the
Department of Columbia College, 363; Structural,
An Introduction to, H. D. Scott, ALBERT SCHNEI-
DER, 443; Introduction to, Volney M. Spalding,
W. P. WILSON, 496 ; Field, Forest and Garden,
Asa Gray, N. L. B., 527, Systematic, E. Warm-

ing, N. L. B., 550
BOWDITCH, H. P., A Card Catalogue of Scientific Lit-

erature, 182
Boyle, David, Primitive Man in Ontario, 218
BRADBURY ROBERT H., Theoretical Chemistry, W.

Nernst, 579
Brauner, B., Argon, 445
Bray, Wm. L., Amaranthaceae, 504
BRINTON, DANIEL G., The Character and Aims of

Scientific Investigation, 3; Current Notes on An-
thropology, New Series (I.), 47; (II.), 72; (III.),
126; (IV.), 253; (V.), 404; (VI.), 455; (VII.),
488; (VIII.), 544; (IX.), 649; American Folk-
Lore Society, 101; The Archæology of Southern
Florida, 207; The Pygmies, A de Quatrefages,

Brinton, Daniel G., A Primer of Mayan Hieroglyphics,

27; FREDERICK STARR, 326; Proto-Historic Eth-

nography of Western Asia, 696
Brisson's Genera of Mammals, 1762; C. HART MER-

RIAM, 375
British, Association for Advancement of Science, 139,

472, 556, 637; Astronomical Association, 692;

Medical Association, 278, 417; Museum, 694
Britton, N. L., Undescribed Ranunculus, 306
Brooker, A. and Slingo W., Electrical Engineering

for Electric Light Artisans and Students, F. B.

Brooks, Alfred H., Crystalline Rocks, 669
BROOKS, W. K. An Inherent Error in the Views of

Galton and Weismann on Variation, 121; Der

Monismus, Ernst Haeckel, 382
Brooks, W. K., 166 Environment and Variation, 38

Sensory Clubs of Certain Cælenterates, 335;

Conrad Gesner, 529
Brorsen, Theodor, Death of, 667
Brown, Addison, Address by, 82
Brummer, Johannes, Death of, 473
Buchan, Alexander, Oceanic Circulation, 505
Buchanan, Sir George, Death of, 640
Buckland, William, The Life and Correspondence of,

Mrs. Gordon, A. S. PACKARD, 329
Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society, 28,

336, 392; of the Torrey Botanical Club, 168,
308, 448, 530, 532; of the St. Petersburg Acad-

emyof Sciences, 220
BUMPUS, HERMON C. Laboratory Teaching of Large

Classes Zöology, 41, 260
Butler, N. M., Addresses, 390, 722
Butterflies and Moths, W. Furneaux S. H. S., 443
Byron, John W., Death of, 585
C., H. W., Dairy Bacteriology, H. L. Russell, 189
C., J. T., Science in Canada, 379, 628, 653; Sir

William Dawson, 446
Caddis-fly in the Permian Beds of Bohemia, 220

California, Appropriation for the University of, 499 ;

Food-products, 584
CALKINS, GARY N., Systematische Phylogenie der

Protisten und Pflanzen, Ernst Haeckel, 272
Call, Richard Ellsworth, The Life and Writings of

Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, G. BROWN

GOODE, 384
Calvin, S., Geological Photographs, 390
Cambridge, University of, 27; Scientific Instrument

Company, 696
Cameil, Louis Florentin, Death of, 499
Can an Organism without a Mother be Born from an

Egg? W. K. B., 162
Canada, Science in, J. T. C., 379, 628, 653
Canadian, International Exposition, 390; Royal So-

ciety's Annual Meeting, J. T. C., 653
Cancer, Treatment of, 583
Cape Canaveral, The Migration of, 606
CARHART, HENRY S., The Educational and Indus-

trial Value of Science, 393
Carniverous Plants, 165
Carolina, Appropriation for the University of N, 333
Carter, Surgeon-Major, Death of, 615
Casey, Thomas L., Retirement of, 584
Catalogue of Scientific Literature, A Card, H. P.

McGEE, 353; and Congress, An International Sci-

entific, HORATIO HALE, 324; J. S. BILLINGS, 407
CATTELL, J. MCKEEN, The Princeton Meeting of the

American Psychological Association, 42
Cattell, J. McKeen, Distribution of Exceptional

Ability 43; Bodily and Mental Tests, 727
Catholic University, Washington, Bequest, 556
Caucasic Linguistic Stock, 455
Cayley, Arthur, Death of, 166; GEORGE BRUCE HAL-

STED, 450
Chagas, Manuel Pinheiro, Death of, 615
'Challenger,' Report on, 417
Chamberlain, Chas. J., Aster Novæ-Angliæ, 643
Chamberlin, T. C., Glaciation of Newfoundland, 63;

Recent Glacial Studies in Greenland, 66
Chambers, G. F., The Story of the Stars, DAVID P.

TODD, 552
Chapman, Frank M., Visitors' Guide to the Local

Collection of Birds in the Museum of Natural
History, New York City, C. HART MERRIAM, 189;
The Mammals of Florida, F. W. T., 219 ; A
Handbook of the Birds of Eastern North America,

Chapman, T. A., Classification of Butterflies, 663
Charities and Corrections, Conference of, 530
Chatelier, H. L., Le Grisou, CHARLES PLATT, 79.
Chemical, Analysis, Fr. Rudorff

137, Analysis, Qualitative, of Inorganic Sub-
stances, EDGAR F. SMITH, 415; Society (Lon-

don), Annual Meeting of, W. W. R., 606
Chemie, Carl Arnold, EDWARD H. KEISER, 526
Chemischen Dynamik, Eine Discussion der Kräfte

der, Ludwig Stettenheimer, H. C. JONES, 271
Chemistry, Organic, Carl Schorlemmer, EDGAR F.

SMITH, 163; A Laboratory Manual, W. R. Orn-
dorff, FELIX LENGFELD, 469; A Laboratory Guide,
George Willard Benton, W. R. O., 611; A Text-
book of Organic, A. Bernthsen, FELIX LENG-
FELD, 272; A Short History of, F. P. Venable,
W. A. Noyes, 469; Theoretical, W. Nernst, Rob-

Chester, A. H., Crystals, 700
Chicago, University of, Degrees, 722

Childhood, International Congress on, 220.

Darton, N. H., Peridotite at Dewitt, 65; Sedimentary

Christie, W. H. M., Honorary Freedom of Spectacle Geology, 66; Salina Formation at De Witt, 700

Company, 641

Darwin, From the Greeks to, Henry Fairfield Os-

CLARK, WILLIAM B., The Geological and Natural born; A. S. PACKARD, 21

History Survey of Minnesota, Vol. III., Paleon- Darwinian Theory, Lectures on, Arthur Milnes Mar-

tology, 658

shall; H. W. CONN, 413

Clark, William B., Cretaceous Deposits, 64; Marginal Darwinism and Race Progress, John Berry Hay-

Development of the Miocene, 66

craft; GEO. ST. CLAIR, 467

Classification of Skulls, HARRISON ALLEN, 381; G. DAVIS, W. M., Current Notes on Physiography (I.),
SERGI, 658

174 (II.), 257 (III.), 292 (IV.), 318 (V.), 487
Cleghorn, Hugh Francis Clarke, Death of, 667

(VI.), 505 (VII.), 568 (VIII.), 605 (IX.), 651

Clouds, The Motion of, 471

(X.), 678; National Geographic Monographs,

Cold and Snowfall in Arabia, 568

J. W. Powell, 439; The Education of the Topog-
Coldspring Harbor Laboratory, A. A. A. S. Tables, 277 rapher, 546
College of the City of New York, Appropriation, 249 DAVIS, W. T., Bearcamp Water, Frank Bolles, 80
Collet, R., The Norway Lemming, C. H. M., 690 Dawson, George M., Appointment of, 139; Rocky
Color Association with Numerals, E. S. HOLDEN, 576 Mountains, 700
Colorado College, Summer School, 722

DAWSON, SIR WILLIAM, The Rivers of Eden, 575

Colored Race in the United States, The Future of, 256 Dawson, Sir William, Retirement of, J. T. C., 446

Composition of Expired Air and its Effects upon Deaf and Dumb Institution, New York, 446

Animal Life, D. H. BERGEY, S. WEIR MITCHELL, DEAN, BASHFORD, The New York Academy of Sci-


ence, 167, 306

Congrès des Sociétés Savantes, 613

Deane, Walter, My Herbarium, 503

Conn, H. W., Materials for the Study of Variation, Decerebrized, The Frog not Brainless but, BURT

William Bateson, 23; Elementary Practical Biol- G. WILDER, 632
ogy, Charles Wright Dodge, 78; Biological Lec- Deer, The Earliest Generic Name of an American,
tures and Addresses, Lectures on the Darwinian C. HART MERRIAM, 208
Theory, Arthur Milnes Marshall, 413

Degeneration, Max Nordau, J. S. BILLINGS, 465
Connecticut Sandstone Group, C. H. HITCHCOCK, 74 Density and Diameter of Terrestrial Planets, E. S.
Conway, William, Karakoram Himalayas, 472

Cook, A. H., A. E. Shipley, F. R. C. Reed, The Cam- Desmognathus fusca, The Central Nervous System of,
bridge Natural History, III., W. H. DALL, 610 Pierre A. Fish, C. H. M.,


Coplin, W. M. L., Appointment of, 584

Detasseling Corn, 510

Coppée, Henry, Death of, 364

Development, National versus Individual, 650
Correspondence, 182, 239, 297, 324, 353, 381, 406, Devonian Limestone-Breccia in Southwestern Mis-

433, 457, 490, 519, 516, 575, 608, 632, 656, 682, souri. OSCAR HERSHEY, 676

Dictionary, An Illustrated, of Medicine, Biology and

Cotton States and International Exposition, 557

Allied Sciences; George M. Gould, 216

COUES, ELLIOTT, The Genus Zaglossus, 610; Illus- DILLER, J. S., Scientific Societies of Washington, 586

trations in the Standard Natural History, 682 Diptheria, The New Serum Treatment of, 48, Milk
Coues, Elliott, Zebulon Montgomery Pike, 640

in its Relation to, 164

Coutie, William, The Earth's Atmosphere, EDWARD Discrimination of Colors, 471

HART, 360

Distribution of Butterflies, 303; of Animals and

Coville, Frederick V., List of Ferns and Flowering Plants, Merriam on the, 318; of the Blow Gun,

Plants N. E. United States, 419; A Reply, 504 WALTER HOUGH, 425; Sledges, OTIS T. MASON,
Cox, C. F., Diatom Structure, 167

490; and Secular Variation of Terrestrial Mag-
Coxe, Eckley B., Death of, 585

netism, L. A. BAUER, 673
Crane, Miss Agnes, Brachiopoda, 555

Dixon, S. G., Actinomyces, 447
Craniology, Publications on, 128; Studies in, 405 Dodge, Charles Wright, Introduction to Elementary
Crawford, A. C., Cachexia Tyreopriva in Dogs, 114

Practical Biology, H. W. Coxx, 78
CROCKER, F. B., Electrical Engineering, W. Slingo Dolbear, A. E., Magnetic Waves, 165
and A. Brooker, 299

DOLLEY, CHARLES S., Biological Lectures delivered

Croll's Glacial Theory, 570

at the Marine Biological Laboratory, 244

CROSS, WHITMAN, Geological Society of Washington, d'Orleans Duke, Presentation of Collection, 390
558, 668

Dorsey, James Owen, WJ M, 208

Cross, Whitman, The Geology of Cripple Creek, 559 DOUGLASS, A. W., St. Louis Academy of Science, 503

Crowley's Ridge, 603

Douglass, A. E., Telescope and Dome, 616

Cuneiform Inscriptions, 455

Downing, A. J., Memorial to, 696

Cunningham, R. H., Photo-Micrography, 167

Drysdale, I. H. and A. A. Kanthack, A Course of

Curtis, J. G., Galen's Treatise on Practical Anatomy Elementary, Practical Bacteriology, 416

and Experimental Physiology, 114

DUMBLE, E. T., Volcanic Dust in Texas, 657

Cushing, H. P., The Faults of Chazy Township, 58 Dumble, E. T., The Cretaceous, 65

Cuspate Capes of the Carolina Coast, 605

Duner, N. C., Z Herculis, 474

Durham, Arthur E., Death of, 640

DALL, W. H., The Cambridge Natural History, III.,

A. H. Cook, A. E. Shipley, F. R. C. Reed, 610 Earthquakes, 695

Dana, Charles N., Address of, 26

Eaton, Darwin G., death of, 364
Dana, James D., 333, 472, 489, 545; A Manual of Echidna, The Generic Name of the Three Toed
Geology; JOSEPH LE CONTE, 518

T. S. PALMER, 518

Eden, Where was the Garden of, D. G. BRINTON,

488; The Rivers of, SIR WILLIAM DAWSON,

Educational, Review, 333; National Association, 722
Egg, Can an Organism without a Mother be Born

from an, W. K. B., 162

Egyptian Publications, 694

Elasticität und Festigkeit, C. Bach, MANSFIELD


Electric Measure, Legal Units of, T. C. MENDEN-


Electrical, Engineers. American Institute of, 28;

Street Railways, The Testing of, 217; Engineer-
ing, W. Slingo and A. Brooker, F. B. CROCKER,

299; Apparatus, 723

Electriciens, Société Internationale des, 26

Electricity, and Magnetism, 28; Elementary Lessons

in; Sylvanus T. Thompson, T. C. M., 187; One

Hundred Years ago and to-day, Edwin J. Hous-

ton, T. C. M., 216

Electrification of Air, LORD KELVIN, 589

Électriques, Les Oscillations, H. Poincaré, M. I.

PUPIN, 102, 131

Elevation as a Cause of Glaciation, 679

Elihu Thompson Prize, 190, M., 240

Ellis, Havelock, Normal Psychology, 418

Elmira Reformatory, 26

Elsass, Adolf, Death of, 667

Emotions, 45

Engine, Construction, Model, J. Alexander, R. H. T.

109; The Steam and Other Heat Engines, J. A.
Ewing, R. H. THURSTON, 136; Steam and the
Marine Steam, John Yeo, R. H. THURSTON, 328;

New Quadruple Expansion, 664
Engineering, Magazine, 82; Education, Proceedings

of the Society for the Promotion of, R. H. T., 580

Engineers, American Society of Civil, 84

Engineer's Pocket Book, The Mechanical, William

Kent, R. H. THURSTON, 634

Englishmen, the Earliest, 126

Entomological Society, The New York, 81; of Wash-

ington, L. 0. HOWARD, 560, 726

Entomologists, Daily Post Card, 191; Losses by fire

among, 303

Entomology, 191, 220, 277, 303, 663

Entwickelungsmechanik der Organismen, Archiv für,

Ethics, Program for the School of Applied, 557
Ethnography of Western Asia, 406
Ethnological Jurisprudenz, Grundriss der, Albert

Hermann Post, D. G. B., 25
Evolution, the Plant Individual in the Light of,

L. H. BAILEY, 281

Ewing, J. A., The Steam Engine and Other Heat

Engines, R. H. THURSTON, 136

Experiment Station Record, 680

Fairchild, H. L., Glacial Lakes, 61

Fernald, H. T., Homoplasy, 70

Ferri, Luigi, Death of, 446

Finger Prints, 82

Firth, R. H.,Hygiene, 216

Fish Commissioners Report from Michigan, 361

Fish, Pierre A., The Central Nervous System of Des-

mognathus Fusca, C. H. M., 496; Adult Nervous

System of the Salamander, 335

Fiske, John, Lectures on Evolution, 499

Fitch, Robert, death of

Fleming, M., Stars Having Peculiar Spectra, 616

Flora of Nebraska, N. L. B., 25; Origin of Our Vernal,

JOHN HARSBERGER, 92; Harshberger on the

Origin of Our Vernal, CHARLES ROBERTSON, 371

'Fly Belt' in Africa, 568

Fahn-like East Winds in Africa, 570

Folk-Lore, The American, Society, D. G. BRINTON,

101; New York Branch, WM. B. TUTHILL, 473
FONTAINE, WM. M., Mesozoic Plants From Kosuke

Kii, Awa and Tosa, Metajiro Yokoyoma, 525

Forestry and Economic Botany, 275; E. F. S.,557; For-

estry Association, 586

Forests and Torrents, 680
Fossil, Vertebrates of Argentina, 497; Mammals of the

Puerco Beds, Henry Fairfield Osborn and Charles

Earle, W. B. SCOTT, 660.

Foster's, Prof. Michael, Abridged Physiology, 724

Franklin, C. L., The Retina, 46; The Fovea 115

Franklin, Fabian, Retirement of, 695

Franklin, W. S., Magnetic Properties of Iron, 672

French Opinion, A, 180

Furneaux, w., Butterflies and Moths, S. H. S., 443

Galton's Method of Isogens, 257

Galton, Francis, Organic Stability, 498; honorary

degree, 614

Gannett, Henry, A Manual of Topographic Methods,

GANONG, W. F., The Laboratory Teaching of Large

Classes in Botany, 41, 230

Ganong, W. F., Cactacex, 503, 643

Geikie, Sir Archibald, Memoir of Sir Andrew Crom-

bie Ramsay, JOSEPH LE CONTE, 490; Member of

Vienna Academy, 724
Geikie, James, The Great Ice Age and its Relation to

the Antiquity of Man, W. M. DAVIS, 260; C. H.

Generic Names of the Three-Toed Echnida, T. S.


Geographic, Distribution of Life, Laws of Tempera-
Hall, C. W., The Pre-Cambrian Floor of the North-

ture Control of the, 53; Monographs, National,

258; J. W. Powell, W. M. DAVIS, 439; Society,

307; National, EVERETT HAYDEN, 501; Annual

Business Meeting, 665

Geographica, Biblioteca, 613

Geographical, Congress, International, 110, 257;

Prizes, 258; Journals, American, 506; Journals,

Foreign, 507

Geographisches Jahrbuch, Wagner's, 507

Geologic Atlas of the United States, W. M. DAVIS,

259; J. W. Powell, ANDREW C. LAWSON, 717

Geologischer Querschnitt durch die Ostalpen, A.

Rothpletz, ANDREW C. LAWSON, 522

Geological, Society of America, the Baltimore Meeting

of the, J. F. KEMP, 57; of Washington, WHITMAN
CROSS, 84, 251, 558, 668; Survey, Appropriations
for the U.S., 362; of Maine, 418; The University of

Kansas, F. H. Snow, 576; Society, 698

Geology, 219, 278; Manual of, James D. Dana, JOSEPH

LE CONTE, 548; Columbia Department of, 530;

at the University of Chicago, 725

Geomorphology of the Southern Appalachians, 176

Topics in a Two Years' Course of Anatomy in a

Medical School, 312
Gilbert, G. K., Formation of Lake Basins by Wind,

59, and F. P. Gulliver, The Tepee Buttes, 59;

Cretaceous Time, 64; Gravity Measurements, 583
GILL, THEo., The Lowest of the Vertebrates and their

Origin, 645

western States, 63

HALLOCK, WILLIAM, Physics, 247, 248; Physiolog-

ical Physics, 301; New York Academy of Sciences


Hallock, William, Photographic Method of Compar-

ing the State of Vibration of Two Tuning Forks,


HALSTED BYRON D., Notes on Agriculture, (I.), 376;

(II.), 509; (III.), 680

Halsted, Byron D., English Ivy, 530

HALSTED, GEORGE BRUCE, Tchébychev, 129; Original

Research and Creative Authorship the Essence of

University Teaching, 203; Russian Science Notes,

277; Arthur Cayley, 450; The International

Mathematical Congress, 486; James Edward

Oliver, 544

Hansen, Hemimerus, 191
Hanshofer, Karl, Death of, 109
HARKNESS, WILLIAM, On the the Magnitude of the

Solar System, 29
Harrington, Mark W., Rainfall Charts of the United

States, 319; Climatology, 500
Harrison, Charles C., Gift to the University of Penn-

sylvania, 666

Harrison, J. E., Degree of LL. D., 614

HARSHBERGER, JOHN, Origin of Our Vernal Flora,

Gill, Theo., On the Torpedoes, 502; Ceratodontidæ, 725

GILMAN, D. C. Scriptoribus et Lectoribus, Salutem, 2

Gilman, D. C., Address of, 39, 390
GILPIN, ELLIOTT J., The Preparation of Argon, 582;

The American Chemical Journal, 642

Gizycki, Georg von, death of, 364

Glacial Origin of Lake Basins, 651

Glasgow, Gift to the University, 697

Glazebrook, R. T., Heat, Light, T. C. MENDENHALL,


Glogau, G., death of, 446

Glow Lamps, Tests of, W. E. Ayrton and E. A. Med-

ley, T. C. M., 662

GOODE, G. BROWN, America's Relation to the Ad-

vance of Science, 4; The Life and Writings of

Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, Richard Ells-

worth Call, 384; The Ideal Index .to Scientific

Literature, 433
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