Popular Science Monthly/Volume 50/March 1897/Publications Received
Agricultural Experiment Stations. Bulletins, Reports, etc. Cornell University: Suggestions for the Planting of Shrubbery, and Second Report upon Extension Work in Horticulture. By L. H. Bailey. Pp. 32, each; Green Fruit Worms. By M. V. Slingerland Pp. 20. — Hatch Station, Massachusetts Agricultural College: Analyses and New Laws on Fertilizers. Pp. 32. — New York, Nos. 109-111: Strawberries, Milk-fat, and Cheese Yield; and Variety Tests with Blackberries, Dewberries, and Raspberries. Pp. 64. — Ohio: The Sugar Beet; Purdue University, Dietary Studies. By W. K. Stone and others. Pp. 82; The Udder of the Cow. Pp. 24. — United States Department of Agriculture: Insects affecting the Cotton Crop. By L. O. Howard. Pp. 36; Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the Association of Economic Entomologists. Pp. 100. — United States National Museum: Index to Proceedings. Vol. XVII. 1895. Pp. 50.
Anderson, Robert E. The Story of Extinct Civilizations of the East. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 213. 40 cents.
Bailey, Prof. L. H. Instructions for taking Phrenological Observations. Pp. 4.
Barnes, Charles Reid. Analytic Keys to the Genera and Species of North American Mosses. (Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin.) Pp. 100. $1.
Brand, H. C. G., and Day, W. C. German Scientific Reading, with Notes and Vocabulary. New York: Henry Holt & Co. Pp. 209.
Brown, Frederick J. The Northward Movement of the Colored Population. Baltimore: Cashing & Co. Pp. 50. 25 cents.
Bulletins, Catalogues, Proceedings, etc. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, November, 1890. Pp. 1(10, with plates. Department of Labor, January, 1&97, Washington. Pp. 107. Fort Wayne College of Medicine, Indiana, 1886-'97. Pp. 31. Jewish Training School of Chicago, 1895-'96. Pp. 53. — Michigan Mining School, Houghton, 1894'96. Pp. 284. — New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, Durham, pp. 82, and Announcement of the Third Annual Dairy School. Pp. 4 — University of the State of New York, Thirty-fourth Convocation. Pp. 270. — University of Pennsylvania, Towne Scientific School. Pp. 94. — University of Rochester, 1896-'97. Pp 112. — Boston Society of Natural History: Memorial of Thomas Tracy Bouvé. Pp, 24.
Campbell, Helen. Household Economics. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 286.
Dabney, Charles W., Jr. A National Department of Science. Pp. 13.
Goode, G. Brown. Bibliography of the Published Writings of Philip Sutley Sclater. United States National Museum. Pp. 134.
Gould, George M., and Pyle, Walter L. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. (Subscription.) Pp. 968. $6.
Imperial University, Japan. Journal of the College of Science. Pp. 118, with plates.
Iowa, The, Ornithologist. Quarterly. October. 1890. Salem, la.: Iowa Ornithological Association. Pp. 12. 40 cents a year.
Macleod, Henry Dunning. The History of Economics. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. London: Bliss, Sands & Co. Pp. 600.
Matthews, Charles P., and Shearer, John. Problems and Questions in Physics. New York and London: Macmillan. Pp. 217. $1.60.
Morrison, W. Douglas. Juvenile Offenders. New York: D. Appleton & Co. Pp. 317. $1.50.
Newman, K. El Kambio del Kompozition de experimenta el agua de "El Salto" durante el Imbierno (The Change of Composition which is Undergone by the Water of "El Salto" during the Winter). Santiago de Chile. Pp. 14. La Unifikazion de las Medidas (Unification of Measures). Valparaiso: Karlos Badezon. Pp. 61.
Penn, William. Plan for the Peace of Europe. (Old South Leaflets.) Boston. Pp. 20.
Reports. Harvard College Astronomical Observatory: Fifty-first Annual Report of the Director, E. C. Pickering, for 1896. Pp. 13; Miscellaneous Papers (List of Titles), 1888-'95. Pp. 15; Observations made at the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory in 189.5. By A. Lawrence Rotch. Pp. 80; Discussion of Cloud Observations at Blue Hill. By H. Helm Clayton. Pp. 230, with seventeen plates—Observations of the New England Weather Service in 1895. By J. Warren Smith. Pp. 36.—Coast and Geodetic Survey, United States, 2 vols. Pp. 166 and 615, with charts.—Commissioner of Education, United States. Pp. 1164—Commissioner of Fish and fisheries. United States, 1893. Pp. 484; 1894. Pp. 718.—National Museum, United States. 1894. Pp. 1080.—(Geological Survey of Alabama (Report on the Valley Regions, Palæozoic Strata). By Henry McCalley, Assistant Geologist.—Board of Education, City of Duluth. Pp. 98, with plates.—Peabody Museum of American Archæology and Ethnology, 1895-'96. Pp. 111.—S. P. Langley, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1896. Pp. 77.—Interstate Commerce Commission (Income of Railways, 1896), preliminary.
Reprints. Dolbear, Prof. A. E.: Mechanical Conceptions of Electrical Phenomena (Journal Franklin Institute). Pp. 28.—Evermann, Barton W.: Description of a New Species of Shad. Pp. 8; Do. and Smith, H. M.: The Whitefishes of North America. Pp. 40, with plates; Do. and Kendall, W. C.: Annotated List of Fishes known from the State of Vermont. Pp. 21; Do. and Cox, A. O.: Fishes of the Missouri River Basin. Pp. 104; all from Report of Fish Commission.—Fitz, G. W.: A Study of Respiratory Movements. Pp. 16, with plates.—Jordan, D. S., and Evermann, B. W.: A Check List of Fishes and Fishlike Vertebrates of North and Middle America. United States Fish Commission. Pp. 364. Luquer, L. McL., and Reiss, Heinrich: The "Augen" Gneiss Area, Pegmatite Veins, and Diorite Dikes at Bedford, N. Y. Pp. 22, with plates—MacMillan, Conway: On the Formation of Circular Muskeag in Tamarack Swamps. Pp. 8, with plates.—Mearns, Edgar A.: Ornithological Vocabulary of the Moki Indians. Pp. 12, with plate.—New Mammals from the Mexican Boundary Line. Pp. 4.—Ries, Heinrich: The Pottery Industry of the United States.—Robertson, Charles: Flowers and Insects. Two papers. Pp. 12 and 30. Russell, Israel C. Two Essays on Igneous Intrusions. Pp. 50.—Scudder, Samuel H.: List of Exotic Orthoptera. Pp. 16.—Ward, Lester F: Social Genesis. Pp. 15.—Wood, Casey A.: The Wearing of Veils, and its Effects on the Eyesight. Pp. 4.
Sandemann, George. Problems of Biology. New York: The Macmillan Company. London: Swan, Sonnenschein & Co., limited. Pp. 213. $2.
Silberstein, Solomon J. The Disclosures of the Universal Mysteries. New York: Philip Cowen, 213, 215 East Forty-fourth Street. Pp. 298. $2.
Stisted, Georgiana M. The True Life of Captain Sir Richard F. Burton. New York: D. Appleton & Co. London: H. S. Nichols. Pp. 419. $2.
United States National Museum Reprints. Ashmead, William N.: Descriptions of New Cynopidous Galls and Gall Nuts. Pp. 24.—Bean, Tarleton H., and Barton, A.: Fishes collected at Bering and Copper Islands. Pp. 14; Do. in Kamchatka and Japan, etc. Pp. 12, with plate.—Dall, W. H.: Mollusks collected by the Mexican Boundary Commission, 1892-'94. Pp. 42, with plate.—Guppy, R. J. L., and Dall, W. H.: Descriptions of Tertiary Fossils from the Antillean Region. Pp. 24, with plate.—Stanton, Timothy W.: On the Genus Remondia, Gabb (Cretaceous Bivalve Mollusks). Pp. 4, with plate.—Stiles, Ch. W.: A Revision of the Adult Tapeworms of Hares and Rabbits. Pp. 84.—Uhler, Philip R.: Summary of the Hemiptera of Japan. Pp. 42.—Wilson, Thomas: The Swastica, the Earliest Known Symbol, and its Migrations, with Observations on the Migrations of Certain Industries in Historic Times. Pp. 256.