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Wilson (R. E.), Stars with Variable Radial Velocities, 156
Winge (O.), Determination of the Age of Fishes, 526
Wissler (C.), Distribution and Functions of Tribal Societies
among the Plains Indians, 638

Witt (Prof. O. N.), Germany and Science, 120; [Death],
151; [Obituary article], 179

Witting (Dr. R.), Sea-waters of Finland, 182

Wolfer (Prof. A.), Sun-spot and Magnetic Activity in 1913,


Woll (Prof. F. W.), a Handbook for Farmers and Dairy-
men, sixth edition, 256

Wood (Á. B.) and A. I. Steven, Photographic Effect of
Recoil Atoms, 25

Wood (H. E.), Photograph of Mellish's Comet, 507
Wood (H. O.), Eruptions of Mauna Loa, 439; Hawaiian
Earthquakes of 1868, 215

Wood (Major-Genl. L.), Citizen Soldiery, 527
Woodhead (Prof. G. Sims), Micro-biological Problems of
the Present War, 598

Woodhouse (E. J.) and S. K. Basu, the Sugar-canes at
Sabour, 710

Wood-Jones (Dr. F.), Professor of Anatomy, 166

Woodward (Dr. A. Smith), Fossil Fishes and Stratigraphy,


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Aberration Constant, the, and Latitude Variation, H. S.
Jones, 493

Aberystwyth, University College of Wales, Summer Courses
at, 415

Abor Expedition, Zoological Results of the, 304

Absolute Scales of Photographic and Photovisual Magni-
tudes, F. A. Seares, 654

Absorption Coefficients of Homogeneous X-radiation, Cal-
culating the, H. Moore, 415

Absorption in Lead of y-rays, H. Richardson, 388
Absorption Spectra of Solutions, the, etc., H. C. Jones
and others, 467

Acetic Acid, Influence of, E. Bourquelot and A. Aubry, 473
Acid, Standardising Solutions of, F. D. Dodge, 712
Acclimatisation, Experiments in, on Lambay Island, 329
"Acribo" Sectional Pads, Harling's New, 145

Action of a Plate of Plane Parallel Glass, L. H. Adams, 331
Adams Prize for 1913-14, Award of, 222
Adams Prize Essay, Subject for, 53

Adaptation, the Problem of, as Illustrated by the Fur

Seals of the Pribilof Islands, Prof. G. H. Parker, 443
Adaptation?, What is, Prof. R. E. Lloyd, 200
Adélie Penguin, Natural History of the, Staff-Surgeon G.
Murray Levick, 345

Aden, Flora of, Prof. E. Blatter, 187

Adirondack Region, the Syenites and Granites of the,
H. P. Cushing, 436

Adrenalin, the History of, S. C. Bradford, 601
Adrenalines and their Homologues, Comparison of the,
M. Tiffeneau, 581

Adult Agricultural Labour, Shortage of, 24

Advisory Scientific Committee, Mr. Lloyd George on the
Appointment of an, 457

Aerodynamics, Research in, 375

Afforestation of Coastal Sand Dunes, P. Leslie, 177
African Game Animals, Life-histories of, T. Roosevelt and
E. Heller, 510

Agaricus rodmani, Morphology and Development of, Dr.

G. F. Atkinson, 443

Agaveæ of Guatemala, the, Dr. W. Trelease, 711
Agricultural Laboratory Manual: Soils, Prof. E. S. Sell,

672; Pests in Southern Nigeria, Dr. W. A. Lamborn,
333; Research at the Rothamsted Experimental Station,

Aiming with the Rifle, E. Edser, 462

Air Pollution: Report of the Air Pollution Advisory Board
of the Sanitary Committee of the Corporation of Man-
chester, 494

Airship Design and Construction, Problems of, 482
Airships, Hydrogen for, Modern Processes of Manufac-
turing, A. Fournois, 620
Aitchison Memorial Scholarship, 721
Alaska, Geology of, 128

Albert Medal of the Royal Society of Arts awarded to
Sir J. J. Thomson, 348; Presentation of, 180
Albuminous Substances, Constituents of Extracts derived
from, A. C. Chapman, Dr. F. G. Hopkins, Dr. E. P.
Cathcart and others, 382

Alcohol, Duty-free, for Scientific Purposes, 11
Aldehydes in Soils, O. Schreiner and J. J. Skinner, 74
Algæ in Carbonaceous Deposits, Dr. C. A. Davis, 444
Algal Limestone from Angola, an, Mrs. M. F. Romanes,

Algebra: Exercises in (including Trigonometry), Dr. T. P.
Nunn, parts i. and ii., 392; Junior, A. G. Cracknell
and A. Barraclough, 558; the Laws of, A. G. Cracknell,
558 the Teaching of (including Trigonometry), Dr.
T. P. Nunn, 392

Algebraic Invariants, Prof. L. E. Dickson, 62

Algonquian Indian Names of Places in Northern Canada,
J. R. Tyrrell, 570

Alkaline Sulphites, Oxidation of, E. Saillard, 83
Alloys, Nickel-aluminium and Copper-aluminium, Read and
Greaves, 102

Alps, Life Zones in the, Dr. Stejneger, 136
Alternating-current Electricity and its Applications


Industry: First Course, W. H. Timbie and Prof. H. H.
Higbie, 586

Alternating Current, an Unbroken, for Cable Telegraphy,
Lt.-Col. G. O. Squier, 551; Currents, a Treatise on the
Theory of, Dr. A. Russell, vol. i., second edition, 586
Aluminium and Deposits in Boilers, I. Pouget, 694
Amatidæ and Arctiada (Nolina and Lithosiana) in the
Collection of the British Museum, Catalogue of the,
Sir G. F. Hampson, 584

America, the Siesmological Society of, 439
American College of Surgeons, Dr. J. G. Bowman ap-
pointed Director of, 327; Colleges, Bequests to, by Miss
H. Collamore, 499; Economic and Social Problems,
350; Ethnology, Bureau of, 138; Handbook for Elec-
trical Engineers, edited by H. Pendler, 229; Passenger-
pigeon, Last Survivor of, Dr. R. W. Schufeldt, 78;
Philosophical Society, the Annual General Meeting, 442;
Weather, Prof. de C. Ward, 155

Amherst College: Bequest by Mrs. S. E. S. Tuckerman,
362; Gift of Collection of Plants to, 305

Ammonia of the Circulating Blood, Vividiffusion Experi-
ments on the, A. Rohde, 553

Amplitudes in a Fourier Series, the Probable Error of the,
Obtained from a Given Set of Observations, W. H.
Dines, 644

Analogier, Falske, Dr. W. Johannsen, 178

Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions, Dr. G. Salmon,
fifth edition, vol. xi., 171

Ancient Hunters and their Modern Representatives, Dr.
W. J. Sollas, second edition, 369; Pottery in the Kikuyu
Country, W. H. Beech, 124
Anemographic Observations at Port Blair, etc., W. A.
Harwood, 216

Aneroid Calorimeter, Dickinson and Osborne, 300
Anglo-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, Postponement of, 180
Anhydrous Solids, the Preparation of, W. R. G. Atkins, 118
Animal Communities of the Sea-bottom in the Skagerak,
etc., Dr. C. G. J. Petersen, 625; Diseases, Three, Dr.
J. P. M'Gowan, 653; Experimentation__ and Medical
Progress, Prof. W. W. Keen, 170; Figures, More
Early, Dr. C. R. Eastman, 589

Animals, the Way in which they Learn, J. L. Ulrich, 653
Annuaire Astronomique et Météorologique pour 1915, 76
Antarctic Fossil Plants, A. C. Seward, 704; Pycnogonida,
Distribution of, Dr. W. T. Calman, 528

Anthomyid Fly, Larvæ of an, J. T. Wadsworth, 181
Anthracolithic Fauna of Kashmir, etc., Dr. C. Diener, 73
Anthropologie, Lehrbuch der, in Systematischer Darstel-
lung, Prof. R. Martin, 115

Anthropological Researches among Russian Prisoners of
War, 678

Anthropology, Physical, an Exhibition, A. Hrdlička, 638
Antiseptic Action of Organic Dyes, Differential, Dr. C. H.
Browning, 90

Antiseptic Substances, Certain, H. P. Dakin, 694
Anti-Typhoid Vaccination, J. P. Dubarry, 389; Vaccine-
making, M. Benoit-Bazille, 458

Ants, Antennæ of, Functions of, Miss A. M. Fielde, 214
Aphidæ, Parallelism in, A. W. R. Roberts, 194
Appalachian Valley, Maryland, Geologic History of, Dr.
R. S. Bassler, 135

Appearance and Reality, A. E. Crawley, 200

Apprenticeship and Skilled Employment Association, Report

for 1914, 278

Aqueous Hydrochloric Acid, Electrical Conductivity of,
F. D. Miles, 195

Arabia Infelix; or, the Turks in Yamen, G. W. Bury, 209
Arabic Meteorology, Ancient, 688; Arabic Weather Sayings,
Some, Mohammad Bey Kasim, 688

Arbitrary Functions, the Representation of, by Definite
Integrals, W. B. Ford, 638

Arboretum at Tortworth Court, the, W. J. Bean, 710
Archæocyathinæ collected by Scottish National Antarctic
Expedition, Dr. W. T. Gordon, 195

Architectural Acoustics, Dr. W. C. Sabine, 45
Aristotelian Society: British Psychological Society, and the
Mind Association, Joint Meeting of, 433; Proceedings
of the, new series, vol. xiv., 3
Arithmetic : Arithmetic and Mensuration, Exercises in,
P. Abbott, 392; a Shilling Arithmetic, W. M. Baker
and A. A. Bourne, 558; the Pedagogy of Arithmetic,
Dr. H. B. Howell, 62; Workshop Arithmetic, F. Castle,
392; Arithmetical Processes of Involution and Evolu-
tion, E. Chappell, 81

a Rays, New Mechanical Effect of the, F. H. Glew, 627
Army: Entrance Examination, 81; Army Worm, Cirphis
unipuncta, A. Gibson, 603

Artificial Limbs, E. Delorme, 167

Ashgillian Succession, Dr. J. E. Marr, 83

Asia, Eastern, Anthropological Research in, Dr. Hrdlička,

Asphyxiants in Warfare, the Use of, 234

Asphyxiating Gases: in Warfare, 267; Protection against,

Assam, Frontier Tribes of, Sir G. D. Dunbar, 96

Assaying, Practical, a Text-book of, Prof. J. Park, 145
Association of American Geographers, Address of Prof.
A. P. Brigham, 154

Astrographic Catalogue: Greenwich Section of the, 274;
Perth (W.A.) Section, H. B. Curlewis, 601

Comets :


Metcalf's Comet, 17; Mellish's Comet, 46, 75, 99, 126,
156, 184, 217, 241, 274, 301, 332, 462; Winnecke's
Comet, 99, 217; Tempel's Comet, 99, 353, 462;
Campbell's Comet, 217; The Origin of Comets, Prof.
S. Strömgren and J. Braae, 493; Companions to
Mellish's Comet, 493


Early Chinese Eclipses, K. Hirayama and S. Ogura, 218.

Canadian 72-inch Reflecting Telescope, Dr. J. S. Plaskett,
Meteors :

Detonating Fireball in South Africa, 17; Meteors from
Halley's Comet, 300; The Meteor Season, W. F.
Denning, 519; A Bright Meteor, July 17, 571; August
Meteors, W F. Denning, 683; August Perseids, 712

Annual Report of Mount Wilson Solar Observatory, Prof.
G. E. Hale, 75; Annual Report of Harvard College
Observatory, Prof. E. C. Pickering, 100; Report of the
Stonyhurst College Observatory, 126; The Paris Ob-
servatory and its Work, Prof. G. A. Hill, 185; Demand
for an Australian Solar Observatory, P. H. Baracchi,
301; Observations at the Union Observatory, Johan-
nesburg, 301; Report of the Kodaikanal and Madras
Observatories, J. Evershed, 332; Report of the Bombay
and Alibag Observatories, N. A. F. Moos, 405;
Annual of the National Observatory of Rio de Janeiro,
405; Report of the Cambridge Observatory, 1914-5,
493; Work at the Lowell Observatory, 548; Report of
the Oxford University Observatory, 601; The Harvard
Observatory, Prof. Pickering; J.D.M., 628; The
Detroit Observatory, 683; Control of Australian Ob-
servatories, 713


The Ninth Satellite of Jupiter, S. B. Nicholson, 126, 274;
Measures of Saturn, Prof. P. Lowell, 156; The Planet
Saturn, Abbé Th. Moreux, 185; The Satellites of
Uranus, Prof. R. G. Aitken; Observations of Saturn,
Prof. P. Lowell and E. C. Slipher, 353; Comparative


Brightness of Venus and Sirius, H. Rey and C. Sola;
S. Raurich, 519; Oxygen and Water on Mars, Prof. P.
Lowell, 548; An Association for the Observation of
Mars, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 628; Occultation of 3
Scorpii by Jupiter (1876), V. Ventosa, 684; The Figure
of the Earth, Prof. W. de Sitter, 684; Meteorology of
the Moon, Prof. W. H. Pickering, 684

Structure of the Hy line in Stellar Spectra, Dr. A.
Knatek, 99; A Gnomonic Star Atlas, R. K. Young,
100; Relative Proper Motions of the Pleiades, Dr. R.
Trümpler, 126; Stars with Variable Radial Velocities,
R. E. Wilson, 156; R. F. Sanford, 157; Photographs
of the Spectra of Nebulæ, Dr. V. M. Slipher, 185;
The Constellations, G. Bigourdan, 218; Stellar Spectra,
A. de Gramont, 218; Photographic Determinations of
Stellar Parallax, A. van Maanen, 332; Measures of
Southern Double Stars, Innes and Van der Spuy, 354;
Measuring Heat from Stars, Dr. W. W. Coblentz, 354;
Observations of Nebulæ at the Helwan Observatory,
H. K. Shaw, 381; Stars with Proper Motion exceeding
o'50" annually, A. van Maanen, 381; Orbits of Variable
Radial Velocity Stars, 382; Parallaxes of four Visual
Binaries, F. Slocum, 405; Abnormal Variability of Mira
Ceti, A. Bemporad, 405; Prof. A. A. Nijland, 405;
Orbits of Eclipsing Binaries, Dr. H. Shapley, 462;
The Nebulous Region near Omicron Persei, Prof. E. E.
Barnard, 548; Cepheid-Geminid Variability, C. D.
Perrine, 572; Variable Stars, Dr. H. Shapley, 572;
The Perth Observatory (W.A.) section of the Astro-
graphic Catalogue, 601; The Scintillation of Stars,
G. Bigourdan, 601; Absolute Scales of Photographic.
and Photovisual Magnitudes, F. A. Seares, 654; RT
Persei and z Draconis, Dr. Dugan, 655; TV, TW, TX
Cassiopeia and T Leonis Minoris, R. J. McDiarmid,
655; Short Period Variable Stars, Von G. Hornig,
655 R Coronæ Borealis, Prof. A. A. Nijland, 684;
Proper Motions of the Stars by Stereoscope, J. Comas
Solà, 713


Anomalous Dispersion in the Sun, C. E. St. John, 17;
Electrons in the Sun's Atmosphere, Prof. H. Nagaoka,
46; Sun-spot and Magnetic Activity, Prof. A. Wolfer,
1913, 75; Solar Radiation Observations at Helwân
Observatory, Eckersley, 157; Rotation of Solar Corona,
J. Bosler, 217; Photographing the Solar Corona, E. B.
Knobel, 301; The Spectrum of the Inner Corona, Dr.
R. Furuhjelm, 353; Displacement of Enhanced Iron
Lines at Centre of the Sun's Disc, Dr. Evershed and
N. Ayyar, 519; Meteorology of the Sun, Prof. W. G.
Duffield, 655; Solar Vortices, Prof. G. E. Hale, 713;
Vortex Motion, Prof. G. E. Hale and G. P. Luckey,

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British Eclipse Expeditions, 1914, 46; Monthly Proceed-
ings of the National Academy of Sciences of the
U.S.A., 46; Grundspectra of Alkali and Alkaline Earth
Metals, E. H. Nelthorpe, 46; Annuaire Astronomique
et Météorologique, 1915, 76: The Chromospheric
Spectrum without an Eclipse, W. S. Adams and C. G.
Burwell, 185; Examination of Mirrors and Objectives,
M. Bigourdan. 218; Annual of the Bureau des Longi-
tudes, 1915, 218; Astronomy and the War, 242; Electric
Furnace Spectra of Vanadium and Chromium, Dr.
A. S. King, 242; Astronomische Nachrichten, 242,
274; Gazette Astronomique, 242; Report of the Astro-
nomical Section of the Hampstead Scientific Society,
332; Spectroscopic Analysis of the N'Kandhla and
other Meteoric Irons, Dr. J. Lunt, 354; Journal of the
Manchester Astronomical Society, 382; Behaviour of
Spectrum Lines of the same Series, Dr. Royds, 437;
The Fisher, Polk County, Minn., Meteorite, Prof.
G. P. Merrill, 437: Report of the Nantucket Maria
Mitchell Association, 437; Bulletins of the Astronomical
Society of France, 437; The Variation of Latitude
during 19140-1915'0, Prof. Albrecht, 462; The Society
for Practical Astronomy, 462; The Henry Draper
Memorial, 493; The Aberration Constant and Latitude
Variation, H. S. Jones, 493; Causes of Changes in the
rate of a Watch, J. J. Shaw, 519: The Structure of
the Universe, H. Spencer Jones, 548: The Photograph
in Astronomy, E. C. Slipher, 548; The Determination

October 7, 1915

of Easter Day, Dr. A. M. W. Downing, 571; The
Pole Effect in the Iron Arc, Dr. St. John and Mr.
Babcock, 628; Annual Review of Astronomy (1914),
P. Puiseux, 628; Tube Arc Spectrum of Iron, Dr.
A. S. King, 713

Astronomical Society of France, Recent Bulletins of the,

Astronomische Nachrichten, Recent Papers in the,

Astronomy: Annual Review of, 1914, P. Puiseux, 628;
and the War, 242; the Photograph in, E. C. Slipher,
548; in America, 46

Astrophysical Observatory, Smithsonian Institution, 138
Athenaeum, Subject Index to Periodicals, 527, 636
Atlas, Bacon's Sixpenny Contour, South-east England
edition, 31
Atmospheric Dispersion, Effect of, S. Chevalier, 223;
Atmospheric Electrical Observations taken by the
Carnegie, Dr. W. F. G. Swann, 682

August: Meteors, W. F. Denning, 683; Perseids, 712
Aurora, the Great, of June 16, 1915; Prof. E. E. Barnard,
536, 703
Australia: Birds of, G. M. Mathews, 404; Native Fauna of,
Extermination of, W. H. Le Souef, 329; the Butterflies
of, G. A. Waterhouse and G. Lyell, 114
Australian Antarctic Expedition, the, 260; Culicidæ, F. H.
Taylor, 665; Neuroptera, part ii., Esben-Petersen, 553;
Observatories, Control of, 713; Sea-urchin, Shortened
Development of an, Dr. T. Nortensen, 665; Solar
Observatory, Demand for, P. H. Baracchi, 301; Stone
Implements, Miss A. C. Breton, 124

Australasia, a Geography of, G. Taylor, 31
Australasian Association, Postponement of 1916 Meeting,

649; Pharmaceutical Conference, Postponement of 1916
Meeting, 649

Austro-Italian Mountain Frontiers, Miss F. C. Albrecht, 402
Autotomy, the Reflexes of, J. H. Paul, 552
Autunite, A. F. Hallimond, 501

Avezzano Earthquake of January 13, the, Dr. C. Davison,
76; C. H. Beal, 439

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Balkan Peoples, Anthropometry of the, E. Pittard, 389
Baly Gold Medal, the, of the Royal College of Physicians
awarded to Dr. F. Gowland Hopkins, 622

Banana Flour from Jamaica, 652

Band Spectrum, the, associated with Helium, Prof. J. W.
Nicholson, 445

Bantu Natives, Anthropological Notes on, C. D. Maynard
and Dr. G. A. Turner, 213

Barnard Gold Medal of Columbia University, awarded to
Prof. W. H. Bragg and W. L. Bragg, 327
Barnard's, Prof., Astronomical Photographs, Dr. W. J. S.
Lockyer, 485

Barometric: Gradient, the, and Earthquakes, Prof. Terada,
Dr. Hasegawa, and Dr. Nakamur, 461; Height in the
British Isles, Correlation between Changes in, E. H.
Chapman, 306

Basal Silurian Formations of Eastern North America, the,
C. Schuchert, 553

Bases, the Simpler Natural, Prof. G. Barger, 116
Basic Lead Acetate Solutions, R. F. Jackson, 125
Battle Weather in Western Europe, C. Harding, 473
B. coli in Pasteurised Milk, S. H. Ayres and W. T. John-
son, jun., 153

Beaufort Scale, New Scale of Velocity Equivalents, 270
Beauly and Inverness, the Country round, Dr. J. Horne and
Dr. B. N. Peach, 242

Beer Specific Gravity of, 269; the "Original" Specific
Gravity of, C. Simmonds, 150

Beetles, New Species of, Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, 490
Behavior, Prof. J. B. Watson, 85

Beit Fellowships for Scientific Research, Elections to, 581
Benares Hindu University Bill, 278; University at, 109


Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa Fishery Department, Report of,
T. Southwell, 97

Benzofulvanol and Benzofulvene, V. Grignard and Ch.
Courtot, 251

Bergeilund Botanic Garden, Dr. R. E. Fries appointed
Director of the. 517

Berlin University, Lectures in the, 248

Bessemer Gold Medal of the Iron and Steel Institute, 327
Beverages of the Far East, Takahashi, 571
Biological Puzzle, a. 38

Biology: Applied, Recent Work in, 332; Importance of a
Knowledge of, Surgeon-Genl. W. B. Bannermann, 51;
Inexact Analogies in, Dr. F. A. Bather, 178; the Place
of, in Human Knowledge and Endeavour, Dr. J. S.
Haldane, 465

Biometrics and Man, 658

Bird: Migration, E. Wilding, 508; Migration in 1913, 101;
Problems, W. P. Westell, 362; Protection, 271
Birds, British, Roll-Call of, 151

Birmingham University Granting of Degrees at the, 445;
Dr. T. S. Short appointed Ingleby Lecturer, 445; Dr.
D. Stanley appointed Honorary Examiner for the
Russell Memorial Prize, 445
Blackbird, Behaviour of a, T. A. Coward, 194
Blackcock, the "Tournament of the, H. B. Macpherson,


Blizzard, the Home of the, Sir D. Mawson, 260
Blood: Parasites and Fleas, Prof. E. A. Minchin and Dr.
J. D. Thomson, 189; Sucking Mite, a, S. Hirst, 415
Board of Agriculture and Fisheries Committee on Horse
Supply, 678; of Education Regulations for Technical
Schools, etc., 1915-16, 636

Body in Health, the, Prof. M. V. O'Shea and J. H. Kellogg,

Boiler Plugs, Tin Fusible, G. K. Burgess and P. D. Merica,

Bolometric Method, a, Prof. W. A. Bone, Prof. H. L.
Callendar, H. J. Yates, 81

Bombay and Alibag Observatories, Report on, N. A. F.
Moos, 405

Books of Science, Forthcoming, 17, 50, 217

Boomerang, Specimens of the, found on the Coast of
Espiritu Santo, Dr. W. H. P. Rivers, 569
Botanical Books, Three, 283; and Geographical Investiga-
tions in Semipalatinsk, V. Krüger, 216; Geography of
Saissan, V. A. Keller, 216; Tour in the Tinnevelley
Hills, M. S. Ramaswami, 153

Botany Applied, 60; British, New Books on, 531; College,
Essentials of, Profs. C. E. and E. A. Bessey, 421;
Horticulture and, 421; in the United Kingdom, a
History of, from the Earliest Times to the End of the
Nineteenth Century, Dr. J. R. Green, 142; Practical
Field, A. R. Horwood, 283

Brachiopoda of the Girvan District, Dr. F. R. C. Reed, 27
Brachydactyly, Inheritance of, in Human Families, Dr. H.
Drinkwater, 657

Bracon hylobii, Structure and Life-history of, J. W. Munro,

Brazil (1913), by J. C. Oakenfull, Fifth Edition, 393;
Through the Interior of, 148

Brazilian Wilderness, Through the, T. Roosevelt, 148
Bread for Prisoners of War, E. Fleurent, 610
Bream, Long-finned, Capture of a, Dr. R. F. Scharff, 491
Breeding of Farm Animals, Prof. M. W. Harper, 671
Brighton's Lost River, E. A. Martin, 466

Bristol University, Gift by G. A. Wills and H. H. Wills,

British Academy, Annual General Meeting of the, 514;
Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, 1910: Natural His-
tory Report, Zoology, vol. i., No. 3, Cetacea, D. G.
Lillie, 584; Natural History Report, Zoology, vol. ii.,
No. 4, Mollusca, part i., E. A. Smith, 584; Archæo-
logical_Association, Annual Congress of, 650; Associa-
tion: Discussion of the Nature and Origin of Species,
49; Manchester Meeting, 42, 542, 655, 678; Sectional
Presidents, 237; Birds, Roll-Call of, 151; Carboniferous
Producti, I. Thomas, 355; Chemical Industry, the War
and, 119; Civilian Prisoners in Germany, request for
books for, 680; Dyes, Ltd. : Appointments, 545; Pros-
pectus of, 41; Fire Prevention Committee, Work of the,
627; Fisheries, Geography of, Prof. J. Stanley Gar-

diner, 634; Flowering Plants, a Pocket Synopsis of the
Families of, W. B. Grove, 531; Geology, 242; Guiana,
Field and Forest Resources of, Prof. J. B. Harrison and
C. K. Bancroft, 653; Museum, Additions to the
Zoological Department from the Trenches, 514; Museum
(Natural History), Catalogue of the Books, Manuscripts,
Maps, and Drawings in the, vol. v., 615; Science, a
Chapter of, 611; Science Guild: Annual Meeting ar-
rangements, 458; Ninth Annual Meeting of the, 519;
on Inoculation against Typhoid, 95; Reports of the, 103;
Reports on Supply of Laboratory and Optical Glasses,
14; Supply of Drugs and Fine Chemicals, Prof. H. B.
Baker, 174; Trade, Extension of, Prof. H. E. Arm-
strong, 237; Chemical Industry, the Future of, Col.
C. E. Cassal and W. J. Dibdin, 273; Fire Prevention
Committee, War Emergency Work of, 298

Bristol University, Residential Accommodation, 333
Bromine, the Presence of, in the Salt Lagoon of Larnaca,
Cyprus, Dr. J. H. Pollok, 528

Bronze Blade, a Unique, 43

Bronzing Processes suitable for Brass and Copper, T. J.
Baker, 628

Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Fund for Improvements at the,
622; Institute, Museums of the, 153

Brooks Aqueduct, the, 241

Brown University, Endowment of Library at, 692

Bulletin de l'Institut Aérodynamique de Koutchino, fasc. v.,

Buprestidæ, Six New Species of, H. J. Carter, 553
Bureau des Longitudes, Annual of, 218

Burma, New Species of Forest Grass from, R. S. Hole, 652
Busk, E. T., Proposed Memorial to, 349
Butler: Gold Medal of Columbia University awarded to
the Hon. Bertrand Russell, 349; Silver Medal of
Columbia University awarded to Prof. E. P. Cubberley,

Butter, Modern Substitutes for, 145; S. H. B.,
372; the
Writer of the Article, 373
Butterfly, a Mistaken, Prof. E. E. Barnard, 174; Dr.
H. O. Forbes, 204; Prof. G. H. Bryan, 231; E. A.
Martin, 318
Butterflies of Australia, the, G. A. Waterhouse and G.
Lyell, 114; of Borneo, J. C. Moulton, 97
By-product Coking Plant in the United States, 353

Calculus made Easy, F.R.S., second edition, 425
Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine, Progress of Scheme
for, 297; University, Address of Chancellor, 193
California Earthquake felt in Central, E. F. Davies, C. H.
Beal, 439; the Fur-bearing Mammals of, H. C. Bryant,
435; the Wonderland of, H. Whitaker, 652; Univer-
sity, Gift to, by A. Bonnheim, 471

Calorimeter, a New, H. C. Dickinson and N. S. Osborne,

Camarosaurus, Features of, C. C. Mook, 73
Cambrian Geology and Palæontology: a Pre-Cambrian
Algonkian Algal Flora, Dr. C. D. Walcott, 354
Cambridge: Antiquarian Committee, Report of the, 598;
Observatory, Report of the,. 493; University: Appoint-
ments in, 304; Appointments and Scholarships at, 470;
Awards for Research at Emmanuel College, 581;
Finances of, 304: Grants from Gordon Wigan Fund,
278; Members with the Colours, 498; A. E. Dixon re-
appointed Assistant to the Downing Professor of Medi-
cine, 361; Rev. T. C. Fitzpatrick elected Vice-Chancellor,
387; Grant in aid of the Medical Departments, 387;
R. H. Rastall re-appointed Additional Demonstrator of
Geology, 361: Prof. A. C. Seward elected Master of
Downing College, 636; Library, Bequest by Dr. W.
Aldis Wright, 361

Camel, Skeleton of a Small Ancestral, added to the British
Museum (Natural History), 327

Campbell's Comet (1914e), Prof. E. C. Pickering, 217
Canada, Entomological Work in, 603

Canadian Institute: General Index to Publications, 1852-


1912, compiled and edited by J. Patterson, 341; 72-inch
Reflecting Telescope, Dr. J. S. Plaskett, 17; Rockies,
Geology of, Dr. C. A. Walcott, 134

Canary Islands, Origin of People of, Hon. J. Abercromby,

Cancer Problem, the, and Radio-activity, Dr. H. C. Ross,
617; Prof. J. Joly, 618

Candle-power, Unit of, in White Light, C. C. Paterson
and B. P. Dudding, 110

Cane-crushing, G. Clarke and others, 272
Caracoid, the True, R. Lydekker, 167
Cardiac Valves, Mechanism of, A. F. S. Kent, 82
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Pamphlets
of the, 492; Foundation for the Advancement of Teach-
ing, 720; Institute and Institute of Technology, Mr.
A. Carnegie's Gifts to, 334; Institution of Washington
and Scientific Research, 220; Trust, the, 178; United
Kingdom Trust, Report of, 109

Carob-tree, Inflorescences of the, Dr. Stapf, 111
Case-hardening, Prof. H. C. H. Carpenter, 448; H.
Brearley, 448

Casella Recording Rain Gauge, 263
Caspian Fauna, A. Derzhanin, 239

Cass (Sir John) Technical Institute, Metallurgical Labora-
tory, 54

Cassiterite in Cornish Mill Products, J. J. Beringer, 363
Catalogue of the Amatidae and Arctiada (Nolinæ and
Lithosianæ) in the Collection of the British Museum,
Sir G. F. Hampson, 368

Catalysis: Applied, 312; of Hydrogen Peroxide, G.
Lemoine, 610

Cavities due to Pyrites in Magnesium Limestone, G. Abbott,

Celestial Images, Scintillation and Instrumental Undula-
tions of, G. Bigourdan, 306

Cement for Polarimeter Tubes, Dr. T. S. Patterson, 590
Cémentation de l'Acier, la, Prof. F. Giolitti, French trans-

lation by M. A. Portevin, 448

Cepheid-Geminid Variability, C. D. Perrine, 572
Ceratopsian or Horned Dinosaur, a New, E. Stebinger, 275
Cerebro-spinal Fever, 487
Cetacea Stranded on the British Coasts, Dr. S. F. Harmer,
182, 279

Ceylon Distribution of Birds in, W. E. Wait, 78; Fishery
Experiments, J. Hornell, 681

Change, the Philosophy of, Dr. H. W. Carr, 3
Character, the Foundations of, A. F. Shand, 172
Charnockite Series of Rocks in South-west Mysore, B. J.
Jayaram, 460

Chelonian Reptiles, External Genital System of, Prof. F.
Wood Jones, 625

Chemical Engineering, Dr. G. T. Beilby, 573; Entomo-
logy, F. M. Howlett, 52; Fire-extinguishers, 565; In-
dustry, the War and, 592; Industry and Organisation,
Prof. H. E. Armstrong, 573; Industry and Research,
Prof. G. G. Henderson, 572; Industry, the Society of,
Manchester Meeting of, 572; Industries of Germany,
the, Prof. P. Frankland, 47; Physiology, Directions
for a Practical Course in, Dr. W. Cramer, second
edition, 89; Products, Standardisation of, 459; Re-
search, the Government and, 295; Society, Annual
General Meeting, 122; Standards for Whisky, 268
Chemicals, Prices of, J. J., 36
Chemistry, a Consultative Council in, 523, 623; a Manual
of, Dr. A. P. Luff and H. C. H. Candy, fifth edition,
116; and Industry, J. E. Pollack, 34; Elementary
Practical, for Medical and other Students, J. E. Myers
and J. B. Firth, 532; Hindu, the Antiquity of, Dr.
P. C. Rây, 347; Inorganic, a Text-book of, vol. i.,
part i., an Introduction to Modern Inorganic Chemis-
try, Dr. J. N. Friend, H. F. V. Little, and W. E. S.
Turner, part ii., the Inert Gases, H. V. A. Briscoe,
532; Intermediate Practical, for University Students,
F. W. Atack, 532; Monographs and Text-books of,
116; of Colloids, the, and some Technical Applica-
tions, Dr. W. W. Taylor, 504; of Petroleum, the,
and its Substitutes, Drs. C. T. Tinkler and F. Chal-
lenger, 447; Organic, Outlines of, Dr. F. J. Moore,
second edition, 532: Text-books of, 532; the Place
of Lavoisier in the History of, A. Mieli, 356
Chemists, Professional, and the War, Prof. R. Meldola, 18
Chilula Tribe, Tales and Legends of, P. E. Goddard, 44
Chimie Organique, Principes d'Analyse et de Synthèse en,
M. Hanriot, Prof. P. Carré, and others, 116
China, New Species of Plants from, 182
Chinese Astragali, N. D. Simpson, 215: Eclipses, Early,

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