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NEW SERIES. VOLUME XLVI

JULY-DECEMBER, 1917

NEW YORK
THE SCIENCE PRESS

1917

THE NEW ERA PRINTING COMPANY,

41 NORTH QJEEN STREET,

LANCASTER, PA.

250657

NEW SERIES. VOL. XLVI.-JULY TO DECEMBER, 1917

THE NAMES OF CONTRIBUTORS ARE PRINTED IN SMALL CAPITALS

BERG, 617

BAKER, W. C., Focault Pendulum, 489

Chemicals and War in England, 427

BARBOUR, T., Papers on Zoology from Michigan, 643 Chemistry, and Phytogeography, J. A, HARRIS, 25;

Bauer, L. A., Ocean Magnetic Observations, H. A. Teaching, H. A. CURTIS, 183; Outlook, J. STIEG-
BUMSTEAD, 342

LITZ, 321; Pre-medical Training in, F. S. HAM-
Bayliss, W. M., Food and Diet, G. LUSK, 18

METT, 504; Colloid, of Fehling's Test, L. ROSEN-
Bean Stems, Girdling of, J. H. MUNCIE, 88
BENEDICT, R. C., Clothes Moth, 464

Chemists, War Service for, C. L. PARSONS, 451

BENZIGER, M., M. H. FISCHER, M. O. HOOKER and China, Agricultural Education and Research, 54

W. D. COFFMAN, Polybasic Acids and their Salts, Church, Professor, Tribute to, 535

189

Cilia in the Arthropoda, N. FASTEN, 440

Bergen, JOSEPH YOUNG, 379

Clark, William Bullock, 104

BERRY, E. W., "Age and Area" Hypothesis, 539 Climatic, Pulsations, C. E. VAIL, 90; Index, C.
Berry, R. J. A., and A. W. D. Robertson, Aus- KEYES, 139

tralian Aboriginal Crania. A. HRDLICKA, 315 CLUTE, W. N., Names of Plants, 483

BIGELOW, M. A., Names of Plants, 16

Coal, Anthracite, 132

“Bio-colloids,” The Effect of Acids and Salts on, Coast and Geod. Sur. and the War and Navy De-

D. T. MacDougal and H. A. SPOEHR, 269

parts., 429

Biological, Station at Beaufort, N. C., S. F. HILDE- COBB, N. A., Intra-vitam Color Reactions, 167

BRAND, 175; Societies, L. G. ROWNTREE, 583 COCKERELL, T. D. A., Letters of, H. Münsterberg,

BLEILE, A. M., Reply to Dr. Erlanger, 111

40

Bleile, Dr., Reply to, J. ERLANGER, 409

COFFMAN, W. D., M. H. FISCHER, M. BENZIGER and
BLODGETT, F. H., Isolation Cultures, 386

M. O. HOOKER, Polybasic Acids and their Salts,

Boas, F., Tsimshian Mythology, J. R. SWANTON, 514

189

BOLLEY, H. L., Wheat Cropping, 49

Coincidence, Remarkable, W. W. CAMPBELL, 36
Boss, B., Catalogue of Stars, E. B. Knobel, 365 COLE, F. N., Amer. Math. Soc., 369, 518
Botanical Soc. of Wash., H. L. SHANTZ, 72

COLLEY, R. H., G. B. POSEY and G. F. GRAVATT,

Botrytis and Sclerotinia, F. J. SEAVER, 163

Uredinia, 314

BOWIE, W., Use of Mean Sea Level as the Datum Color Reactions, Intra-vitam, N. A. COBB, 167
for Elevations, E. Lester Jones, 164

Colors of Letters, D. S. JORDAN, 311
Brazil, Medical Work in, 11

Columbia University and Professor Cattell, 363,
BREED, R. S., Popular Science, 238

411
BROOKS, C. F., Aerography, A. McAdie, 264

Columbian Institute, 507
BROWN, P, E., Mold Action and Soils, 171

COMPTON, A. H., and O. ROGNLEY, Ultimate Mag-
Brunt, D., Observations, H. L. RIETZ, 588

· netic Particle, 415
Bulkley, L. D., Cancer, L. LOEB, 266

CONN, H. J., Chemical Transformation of Soils,
BUMSTEAD, H. A., Ocean Magnetic Observations, L.

252

A. Bauer, 342

CONNER, S. D., Drainage and Soil Acidity, 346

BURGE, W. E., The Catalase Content of Insects, Cook, O. F., Trans-Pacific Agriculture, 436

295; of Breast Muscle, 440; Chloroform, 618 Cornell Medical School, 380

Burket, W. C., Bibliography of William Henry Cosmological Theory, W. H. MoNAIRN, 599
Welch, F. H. GARRISON, 240

Cotton Rust in Texas, J. J. TAUBENHAUS, 267

COURTIS, S. A., Section L of the Amer. Assoc. for
CAIRNS, W. D., Math. Assoc. of Amer., 207

the Adv. of Sci., 479
Camp Wheeler, Medical Inspection of, 558

CRANE, E. J., German-English Dictionary for Chem-

CAMPBELL, D. H., Extraordinary Rainfall, 511

ists, A. M. Patterson, 414

CAMPBELL, W. W., A Remarkable Coincidence, 36 Crossing-over in Sex Chromosomes, H. D. GOODALE,
Canadian Stratigraphy and Paleontology, K. F.

213

MATHER, 66

CURTIS, H. A., Teaching Chemistry, 183

Carnegie Institution and the Public, R. S. WOOD- CURTIS, M. M., Man and the Anthropoids, 88

WARD, 573

Catalase Content of Insects, 295; of Breast Muscle, Darwin, Erasmus and Benjamin Franklin, L. L.

W. E. BURGE, 440

WOODRUFF, 291; W. C. PECKHAM, 459

Cereal, Conference, 11; C. W. HUNGERFORD, 316 DAVIS, B, M., Amer. Soc. of Naturalists, 453

CHAPIN, F. S., The Physical Basis of Society, C. D. C., Amer. Assoc. of Variable Star Observers, 620

Kelsey, 215

Discoveries and Inventions, 17

Chemical, Laboratories and National Welfare, W. Discussion and Correspondence, 15, 36, 60, 88, 111,

A. Noyes, 1; Soc., Amer., Kansas City Meeting, 139, 160, 183, 210, 237, 262, 288, 311, 340, 360,

94; Boston Meeting, C. L. PARSONS, 108, 119, 386, 409, 432, 457, 483, 511, 538, 564, 586, 616,

143, 169, 542, 571, 596, 621, 645; Industries, 638

Third National Exposition, 157; Industries of DOANE, R. W., Mites attacking Crops, 192; Smelter

U. S., 611

Gases and Insects, 295

DOWNING, E. R., Enrollment in Science in High

Schools, 351

Dox, A. W., and G. P. PLAISANCE, Mannite in Si-

lage, 192
DUANE, W., Radiation and Matter, 347

EASTMAN, C. R., Fish Names, Ancient and Modern,

228
ECKHARDT, E. A., When is a Force not a Force ? 340
Eclipse, Total, 404
Ecology, Plant, and Agriculture, W. G. WATERMAN,

223
EIGENMANN, C. H., Zoological Research, 302
Electrical Engineers and U. S. Naval Reserve, 354
Electromerism, L. W. JONES, 493
ELLEFSON, L. J., and I. C. HALL, The A Cul-

ture of Anaerobes, 570
Elliott, Daniel Giraud, Medal, 85
ELLIS, F. W., Apparatus for Physiological and

Physical Laboratories, 416

ELLWOOD, C. A., The Social Sciences, 469

Engineering Council, 12

Equations as Statements, D. L. WEBSTER, 187

ERLANGER, J., Reply to Dr. Bleile, 409

Erlanger, Dr., Reply to, A. M. BLEILE, 111

Euler 's Dynamical Equations, A. T. JONES, 312
Experimental Biol., Federation of Amer. Societies

for, C. W. GREENE, 452
Explanation, Simple, C. G. HOPKINS, 362
FALK, K. G., and J. M. NELSON, The Structure of

Matter, 551

Family History Register, C. W. HARGITT, 113

FASTEN, N., Cilia in the Arthropoda, 440

Faunal Conditions in S. Ga. Islands, R. C.

MURPHY, 118

FEWKES, J. W., Pueblo Ruin in Colorado, 255

Filing Pamphlets, M. R. MILLER, 263

Findlay, A., Chemistry, J. L. HOWE, 364

Fireflies and Synchronism, F. C. GATES, 314

Firefly, Source of the Light in, E. N. HARVEY, 241

Fish Names, C. R. EASTMAN, 228

Food, G. LUSK, 18; Situation and Department of

Agriculture, 528

Force, Elementary Treatment of, P. E. KLOPSTEG,

63

Forest Service, 306, 632
FOSTER, A. C., and F. A. WOLF, Bacterial Leaf

Spot of Tobacco, 361
Fowl Nematode, Transmitting, J. E. ACKERT, 394
Franklin, Benjamin, B. W. KUNKEL, 437; and

Erasmus Darwin, L. L. WOODRUFF, 291

FRASER, W. P., Apple Scab Fungus, 280

FREE, E. E., Gelatine and Agar Gels, 142

Fuel Research, British Experimental Stations, 506

Gager, C. S., Botany, E. C. JEFFREYS, 617

GARDNER, J. H., Kentucky as an Oil State, 279

GARRISON, F. H., Bibliography of William Henry

Welch, 240

Gates, F. C., Synchronism in the flashing of Fire-

flies, 314

Gels, Gelatine and Agar, E. E. FREE, 142
Geological Survey, War Activities of, 633
Geologists, State, Amer. Assoc. of, W. 0. HOTCH-
Geology, Military, J. E. POGUE, 8; American, R.

W. SAYLES, 162
GERNERT, W. B., Aphis Immunity of Teosinte-

Corn Hybrids, 390

GIBBS, W. S., Cost of Living, G. Lusk, 18
Glaciation, Pennsylvania, G. F. WRIGHT, 37
GOODALE, H, D., Crossing-over in Sex-Chromosome,

213

GOODSPEED, A. W., Amer. Philos. Soc., 219, 244

GORDON, C. E., Obtaining Ameba, 212

GRANTHAM, A, E., Tillering of Wheat, 392

GRAVATT, G. F., and P. SPAULDING, Inoculations on

Ribes, 243; G. B. POSEY, and R. H. COLLEY, Ure-

dinia on Ribes Stems, 314

Gravitational Repulsion, F. E. NIPHER, 293
GREENE. C. W., Federation of Amer. Societies for

Exper. Biol., 452
GUDGER, W. W., N. C. Acad. of Sci., 193
Guinea-pig, “Heat Period” in, C. R. STOCKARD,

and G. N. PARPANICOLAU, 42
Güssow, H. T., Plant Diseases in Canada, 362
Guthe, Karl Eugen and John Oren Reed, 207
GUTHRIE, D. V., The Teaching of Optics, 434
HAAS, A. R. C., Anesthesia and Respiration, 462
HALL, I. C., and L. J. ELLEFSON, The Aerobic Cul-

tures of Anaerobes, 570

HAMMETT, F. S., Pre-medical Training in Chem-

istry, 504; and L. G. McNeile, Ingested Pla-

centa and the Growth-promoting Properties of

Human Milk, 345

HARGITT, C. W., Family History Register, 113

HARKINS, W. D., The Structure of Atoms and the

Evolution of the Elements, 419, 443

HARRIS, F. I. and H. 8. Hoyt, The Toxicity of

Ultra-Violet Light, 318

HARRIS, J. A., Physical Chemistry and Phyto-

geography, 25

Harvard University, McKay Bequest, 559.
HARVEY, E. N., Source of the Light in the Firefly,

241
Health, of Munition Workers, 353; Researches,

512

Healy, W., Mental Conflicts, R. S. WOODWORTH,

481

HEDGCOCK, G. G., The Genus Phoradendron, W.

Trelease, 516

HEDRICK, E, R., The Significance of Mathematics,

395
Hedrick, U. P., Peaches of New York, F. A. W.,

439

HENDERSON, L. J., Acidiosis, 73

Herb Growing in the British Empire, 114

HILDEBRAND, S. F., U. S. Biol. Sta., 175

HOLLAND, W. J., Lacepéde or Lacépède, 484

HOLMES, H. H., Rhythmic Banding, 442

HOOKER, H. D., Jr., Law of the Minimum, 197

Hookworm, Progress in combating, 533

HOPKINS, C. G., A Simple Explanation, 362

HORNADAY, W. T., Animal Collections from

Australia, 133

Hornet's Nest, Unique, H. A. ALLARD, 313
Hospital, American, in London, 406; Memorial,

Forbes Winslow, M. F. WINSLOW, 484
Hospitals, Reconstruction, and Orthopedic Sur-

gery, 305

HOYT, H. S., and F. I. HARRIS, Origin of the Ultra-

Violet Light, 318

HRDLICKA, A., The Vanishing Indian, 266;

Australian Aboriginal Crania, R. J. A. Berry

and A. W. D. Robertson, 315

Humidifiers, Radiator, E. P. LYON, 262

HUMPHREYS, W. J., The Magnetic Field of an

Atom, 273

HUNGERFORD, C. W., Cereal Pathologists, 316
Immunity, Aphis, of Teosinte-corn Hybrids, W.

B, GERNERT, 390

Indian, The Vanishing, A. HRDLICKA, 266

Industrial Research in America, 163

Inoculations on Ribes, P. SPAULDING and C. F.

GRAVATT, 243

Ions, Gaseous, and their Recombination, P. B.

PERKINS, 589

Iowa Acad, of Sci., J. H. LEES, 44

Iron, Industry, 83; Ore and Pig Iron, 179

Jackson, D, E., Pharmacology, D. I, MACHT, 388

JEFFREY, E. C., Botany, C. S. Gager, 617

JONES, A. T., Euler's Dynamical Equations, 312

Jones, E. Lester, Use of Mean Sea Level, W.

BOWIE, 164

JONES, L. W., Electromerism, 493

JORDAN, D. S., The Colors of Letters, 311

JOSEPHSON, A. G. 8., Institute for the History of

Science, 15

K., A. E., Telephone Apparatus, G. D. Shepard-

KARPINSKI, L. C., Recreations in Mathematics, H.

E. Licks, 215

KEEN, W. W., A Predecessor of Priestley, 214

Kelsey, C., The Physical Basis of Society, F. S.

CHAPIN, 215

Kentucky as an Oil State, J. H. GARDNER, 279

KEYES, C., Bonneville Lake Beds, 139
Keyser, C. J., The Human Worth of Rigorous

Thinking, G. A. MILLER, 186

Kikuchi, Baron Dairoku, 282

KLOPSTEG, P. E., Force, 63
KLOTZ, O., The New Moon, 290; Symbols, 360
Knobel, E. B., Catalogue of Stars, B. Boss, 365
KOFOID, C. A., Algæ, G. S. West, 413
KUNKEL, B. W., Benjamin Franklin, 437
KUNZ, G. F., Sociedad Científica Antonio Alzate,

586

Lizard, Horned, Urine of, A. O. WEESE, 517
LOEB, J., The Chemical Basis of Regeneration and

Geotropism, 115; of Axial Polarity in Regen.

eration, 547

LOEB, L., Cancer, L. D. Bulkley, 266

Luminous and Non-luminous Insects, W. E.

BURGE, 295

Lunge, G., Sulphuric Acid, J. L. HOWE, 438
LUSK, G., Books on Food, 18
Lusk, G., Nutrition, L. B. MENDEL, 641
LYON, E. P., Radiator Humidifiers, 262
McAdie, A., Aerography, R. C. BROOKS, 264
MCADIE, A., Aerography, 360
McClendon, J. F., Chemsitry, R. S. LILLIE, 565
MacDougal, D. T., and H. A. SPOEHR, Effects of

Acids and Salts on “Bio-colloids," 269
MACHT, D. I., Pharmacology, D. E. Jackson, 388
McM., J. P., Growth and Form, D. W. Thompson,

513

McNAIRN, W. H., The Story of Cosmological

Theory, 599

MCNEILE, L. G., and F. S. HAMMETT, Ingested

Placenta, 345

MACNIDE, W. DEB., Age and Acid Case Equi-

librium, 643

MacNutt, J. S., Milk Problem, L. F. RETTGER, 292

MAGATH, T. B., Northern Lights, 290

Magnetic Particle, A. H. COMPTON and O. ROGN-

Magnetism and Molecular Structure, A. P. WILLS,

349

Malphigian Tubules, J. A. NELSON, 343
Mannite in Silage, A. W. Dox and G. P. PLAI.

SANCE, 192
MANSON, MARSDEN, Antarctic Research, 639
Mason, W. P., Chemistry, E. H. S. BAILEY, 540
Massachusetts Inst. of Tech., Faculty Changes,

428
Mast, 8. O., Vitality of the Cysts of the Pro-

tozoon, 70
Mathematical, Assoc. of Amer., W. D. CAIRNS,

207; Soc. Amer., F. N. COLE, 369, 518

Mathematics, E. R. HEDRICK, 395

MATHER, K. F., Canadian Stratigraphy and Pale-

ontology, 66
Matter, The Structure of, G. K. Falk and J. M.

NELSON, 551

MATTHEW, W. D., Man and the Anthropoid, 239

MAXWELL, S. S., Nerve Holder, 517

Mayo Foundation and the University of Minne-

sota, 284, 452

MEAD, C. A., The Aurora Borealis, 367
Mechanics, P. E. KLOPSTEG, 63; E. A. ECKHARDT,

340; E. R. LAIRD, 341

Medals, John Scott Legacy and Edward Long-

streth, 508

Medical Students and Conscription, 156, 232;

Service for Army, 429; Officers, Rank and

Authority, 485; Public Lectures, 632

Medicine, The Graduate Degree in, L. B. WILSON,

127

MEES, C. E. K., The Publication of Scientific Re-

search, 237; The Production of Scientific Knowl-

edge, 519

MENDEL, L. B., Nutrition, G. Lusk, 641

Meteor, A Texas, J. A. UDDEN, 616

Meteorite, New, H. L. WARD, 262

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