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Bolley, H. L., potato scat, 355.

Cummins, D. H., Texas gypsum, 353.

Bone, aboriginal use of, in Vermont, 202.

Cummins, w. F., sense of direction, 358.

Cupeiform tablet at Tel Hesy, 145.

Abbott, C. C., paleolithic man in North America, 270, Bonney's Induction Coils, 334.

Book-worm in New York, 111.

Currents, ocean, 19.

344.

Adulterants, 61.

Bossekop, 53.

Cyprus, Ohuefalsch-Richter's work in, 268.

Agassiz Club. 293.

Boston school-boys, 274.

Age of metals in Europe, 260.

Bostwick, A. E., residual personality, 284.

Aldrich, J. M., sense of direction, 262.

Botanical library, 241; explorations in Idaho, 311.

D

Algebraic notation, 359.

Botany, a broader, 48; modern, 62; Industrial, 78;

Alley, R. J., modern synthetic geometry, 297.

medical, 91; at the experiment stations, 328.

Dall, W. H, Grand Gulf formation, 164, 319.

Alphabet, ancient Libyan, 30, 94, 105, 178, 192, 262, Bowser's Trigonometry, 306.

Davis, W. M., profle of bad-land divides, 245.

290.

Boyle, D.

Davis's Algebra, 293.

Altakapas country, 372.

Boys, Boston school, 274.

Amblystoma tigrinam, 366.

Brain and skull correlations, 230.

Deaf, progress iu teaching speech to, 118.

Death Valley flora, 342.

America, pro-Columbian migrations in, 285;German Brendel, E., coleoptera, 105.

Decimal Association, 47.

commemorative volume on, 54.

Brinton, D. G., ancient Libyan alphabet, 105; Euro-

pean origin of Aryans, 165; ancient Libyan. alpha- Dennis, W., watching a snake, 338.

Deer, flathead, 87.

Amery, C. F., Instinct, 300.

Ames, C. H., electric-light action on plants, 291.

bet, 194; Ethuscan ritual book, 212; Wright's Man

Anatomists, society of, 341.

and the Glacial Period, 249; Cranla 'Erhnica Ameri- Derby, 0. A., Santa Catharina Meteorite, 254.

Diamonds in meteorites, 15.

Ancient Egypt in the Light of Modern Discoveries,

cana, 278; ancient Libyan alphabet, 290.

Dictionary of Medicine, 81.

41.

Broom-corn, 33.

Animals, popular errors about wild, 155.
Bruner, H. L., humming-bird's food, 291,

Diseases, immunity from, 356; ipfectious, 225.

Dixon, E. T., hypoiheses in dynamics, 149.

Antarctic exploration, 202.

Burlals, Mentone cave, 60.

Dixon's Migratiou of Birds, 39.

Anthropology at Chicago Exposition, 31; notes and Burrill, T. J., hybridizing, 15.

Dobbin and Walker's Chemical Theory, 320.
queries on, 12.

Dog, jealousy of a, 305.
Antiquities of Yucatan, vandalism among, 365.

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Doran, E. W., phylogeny of mole cricket, 214.
Apgar's Trees of Northern United States, 167.

Dorsey, J. O., Maltuune Tunne measures, 194; Omar

Apteryx, Prof. Parker's studies on, 66.

ha arrow measures, 191.

Arabic geographical dictionary, 173.

Caldwell, J. W., molecules and crystals, 88.

Calking, W. W., lichopology, 12 , 205.

Douglass, A. E, rain in Peru, 231.
Archæological delusion, 275.
Call, R. E., science in schools, 1; chemistry of solls, Duck Islands, 184

Dove, the brutal, 124.

Archæology 1880-1892. 267.

29.

Archippus, flight of, 291.
Cambridge Natural History, 40.

Dumble, E. T., flight of archippus, 291.

Architecture as an ethnic trait, 115.

Argyll's Foundations of Society, 81.

Campbell, J. T., aurora. 66; sense of direction, 318.

Dyche, D. T. D., Heterocrinus subcrassus, 66.

Dynamics, fundamental hypotheses of, 71, 122, 149,

Arizona cliff-dwellers, 269.

Canadian archæology, 60.

Carib tongue, 115.

150, 262.

Art-faculty, 90.

Aryans, European origin of, 151, 165, 221; question, Carob bean, 41.

Catamarca, antiquities of, 172.

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340.

Ashmead, A. S., rice culture, 57; cremation of chol-Caucasia, 19.

era corpses, 132; cowg' milk in Japan, 211; crema-

Cave fauna of Kentucky, 240; dwellers of Arizona, Eames, R., growth of gold, 259.

269.

tion of cholera corpses, 213; beri-beri, 281; leprosy,

Earle, Charles, variability of speciậc characters, 7.

Celts and Kymri, 115.

Educational, standards in professional, 92.

809.
Asia minor, abcrigines of, 30.
Ceratodus, 4.

Edwards's Coals and Cokes in West Virginia, 376.
Association agricultural colleges, 173; for the ad-Ceylon agriculture, 89.

Eells, M., twing among Indlang, 192.

vancement of science, 61, 135; Rochester meeting Chadwick's Temperament, Disease and Health, 124. Egypt, Flinders-Petries work in, 267.

of, 146; of weather services, 131.

Chambers's Encyclopædia, 12, 362.

Egyptian and Semitic languages, 131.

Atkinson, G. F., botany at the experiment stations, Chapiu's Land of the cliff-Dwellers, 333.

Eigenmann, C. H., Percupida on Pacific slope, 233.
328.
Charlton, 0, C., electricity on mouutain, 177.

El Grau Chaco, 23.

Auld, R. C., The American horse, 135.

Chemical spelling, 247; nomenclature, 272, 291; Electric phenomena on mountain, 177; light, action

Aurora, 65, 66, 178, 374; false, 318, 346.

science, 127.

of. on plants, 291; phenomena on mountains, 318,

859.

Auroras, vorsus thunderstorms, 221; photographs of, Chemistry as basis of agriculture, 191.

236; of 1892, 323.

Chief Mountain Lake, 85.

Ellis, W., temperature at Greenwich, 5.

Child, localization in a, 361.
Azoto archwan in Northern Michigan, 355.

Elrod, M. J., reflex action in turtles, 368.

Childhood, origin«f volltion in, 286.

Elton's Career of Columbis, 173.

Children, growth of, 351.

Emers, F. E., soil moisture, 31.

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Cholera corpses, cremation of, 132, 213; prevention Engel, H., lufectious diseases, 225.

of, 170, 193; acid prevention of, 151.

English climate, 5.

Balley, L. H., broader botany, 48.

Chronology, 213.

Eosllage, 47.

Bailey's Mental Arithmetic, 334.

Church's Notes and Examples in Mechanics, 138. Entomological types, 244.

Baldwin, J. M., volltion in childhood, 286.

Civilization as influenced by race, 285.

Eskimos, 340.

Ball, V., llon breeding, 34.
Clark, J. E., gynandrous flower head, 207.

Ethnic osteology, fallure in, 148.
Barbour, E. H., rock swift, 235; Richardson's owl, 361. Clevenger, S. V., trait of Jews, 106; celestial photo- Ethnography, meaning of, 9'.
Bark-beetle destroyer, 256.

micrography, 135; the brutal dove, 124; Acid pre- Ethnology as philosopby, 60.
Barnes, C. R., modern botany, 62.

vention of cholera, 151; brain and skull, 230; sleep, Etruscan ritual book, 173, 212.
Barometric oscillations, 5.
. 277.

Evolution, laws of human, 23.
Barracks, communal, 228.
Clocks, ancient Japanese, 305; Turkish, 316.

Exbibition, geographical, 19.

Basques, 60.

Clute, W. N., humming-bird's food, 333.

Eyes of insects, 314.

Basu, K., primitive fashions in India, 357.

Codling-moth in Oregon, 291.

Bates, H. H., Star 1830, Groombridge, 236.

Cohesion, 48.

F

Bauer, L. A., magnetic needle secular motion, 218. Coleoptera, migration of, 105.

Bauxite, Alabama, 3 3.

Colias, 257.

Face, study of the, 7.

Bayard, A. F. C., English climate, 5.
Collins, J. V., algebraic notation, 359.

Farnsworth, P. J., Great Lake basins, 74.

Beauchamp, W. M., natural implements, 305.

Collins's International Date Line, 321.

Feeling, introspective study of, 203.

Becher, F. A., psychology, 10.

Comstock, T. B , vild animals, 155.
Beddard's Animal Coloration, 11; Colors of Animals, Conclusions, uncertainty of, 20.

Fernald, H. T., crayfish attacked by leechos, 220.
208.
Congress for experimental psychology, 32; of crim- Ferroe's Comparative Architecture, 361.

Ferree, Barr, architecture As an ethnic tralt, 115.
Beddoe, J., primitive Russians, 214.

inal anthropology, 285; of experimental psycho- Fessenden, R. A., cobesion, 48.

Beetle, broods of elm-leaf, 16, 47, 9:

logy, 288; meteorological, 341.

Figurines of stone age, 260.

Bell, A. G , teaching speech to deaf, 118.

Conn, H. W., Brooklyn Institute Summer School, Finns, the, 173.

Bell, A. M., sounds of R, 216.

157; isolation of rennet, 253.

Flora of Death Valley, 342.

Bendire's Life Histories of North American Birds, Connecticut Board of Health Report, 263.

Flower farming, 4.

178.

Conway's Works of Thomas Paine, 187.

Flower-head, gynandrous, 207,

Bereman, T. A., aurora, 65.

Corn tassels, 97.

Flower's The Horse, 237.

Beri-beri, 281.

Cornell University, 18.

Fog like lake, 187.

Bernard's The Apolldæ, 81.

Coplin, W. M. L., foot deformity, 99.

Food exhibition, 18, 201; vegetable acids in, 229.

Bessey, C. E., monstrous poppy, 249; sense of direc-Coptie, linguistic affinitles of ancient, 285.

Foot deformity from shoes, 99.

tion, 263.

Cotton-seed meal, 257.

Forel's Le Léman, 355.

Bevan, D., foot deformity, 99.
Coues, E., nomenclature, 220.

Forest tree Scolytid, 64.
Bible, recently found fragment of, 131.
Coulter, J. M., botanical nomenclature, 146.

Forests of New Hampshire, 340.
Bibliography, linguistic, 7.

Cousins, J. J., weights and measures in England, Formosa, 47.
birch tree as an ethnic landmark, 206.

298.

Fostor's Physiology, 68.
Birds on nests, 99; near Hauover, N. H., 86; acorn Coville, F. V., flora of Death Valley, 312.
eating, 133; English sparrow and other, 134, 165; ef- Cowell, I. C., latest glacial epoch, 302.

Freeman's History of Sicily, 81.

French, G. H., nomenclature, 151.
fects of civilization on, 183; diet of, 221 ; how to Cows' milk, absence of, from Japau, 211.
mount, 227; that sing in the night, 313, 343; rare, Cox, A. O., how to mount birds, 27.

Fu-sang, 148.

852.

Crane, A., aucient Mexican heraldry, 174, 261.

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Birih-rate, 7.

Crayfish attacked by leeches, 220,
Black kuot, 10; 123.

Cresson, H. T., graphic system of Mavas, 25; Maya Gage's Microscope and Histology, 89.
Blackmar, F. W., Indian education, 147.

day-signs 77; Maya graphic system, 101; palæolithic Galton, F., Boston school. boys, 274.
Bline, C. B., multiple kes, 36).

man in Delaware valley, 305.
Blood, color of human, 107.
Cretacous polyzoa, 327.

Galvanometer, ballistic, 361.
Blood.corpuscles, rett ular structure of, 330.
Criminal anthropology congress, 285.

Gardiner, J., Thomson's Zoology, 222.

BOA8, F., growth of children, 351.

Crinoid Heterocrinas subcrassus 66.

Garman, H., cave fauna of Kentucky, 240.

Bogue, E. E., shrinkage of leaves, 163.

Crocker's Dynamos and Motors, 363.

Garman 8, reptilian rattle, 16.

Bolles, F., hectoring a hawk, 123; humming-birds' Crops, fungous and insect enemies of, 33.

Garner's Sparch of Monkeys, 221.

food, 318.

Cross fertilizing and hybridizing, 18.

Gay Bead, 176, 332, 373

Geographical Damos, 136.

Geological expedition of University of Nebraska, 47; | Keely's In Arctic Seas, 173.

Monimahon and Beauregard's Zoology, 320.
Society of America, 311; survey of Indiana report, Kempton, C. W., Mars, 152; meteoric shower, 333; Moon satellite, 66.
321; survey of New Jersey, 67; of Missouri, 355. snake eats snake, 107.

Moorehead's Primitive Man in Ohio, 195.
Geometry, modern synthetic, 297 ; non-Euclidean, Kent, W., Rochester Meeting, A. A. A. S., 135.

Morris's Physical Education, 265.
870.
Key, a multiple, 360.

Morse, E. S., 19; roofing tiles, 115; a pre-Aino race in
Gerland's Atlas of Ethnography, 206.
King, F. H., ensilage, 47.

Japan, 148.
German association of science, 1/3.
Kiug, T. G., an archæological delusion, 275.

Mosquitoes killed by kerosene, 247.
Gibbs, M., acorn-eating birds, 133; bird on nest, 99; Kirby, W. F., entomological types, 244; Saturnlidæ, Morner aud Child, 327.
birds that sing in the night, 313; effects of civiliza- 246.

Mound, Serpent, 275.
tion on birds, 183; humming-birds' food, 239. Kirby's Entomology, 194.

Mounds, builders of southern, 261.
Gifford, J., Altakapas country, 372 ; introduction of

Mou: e, pocket, 357.
foreign specles, 304; yeasts, 249.

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Mulatto, extinction of, 375.
Gila monster, 319.
Glaciation in Blontana, 162.
Laboratory, Hopkins seaside, 77; teaching, 53, 207; of

N
Glacial epoch, date of latest, 302; theories, 360.

plant diseases, 368.
Glycerine, solid, 263, 278.

Laing's Human Origins, 109.
Goat-bites, 215.

Nadaillac, Marquis de, discoveries near Mentone,
Lamentable case, 291.

170.
Gold, growin of. 259.

Land, our waste, 327.
Gore's Geodosy, 375; Visible Universe, 333.

Nadaillac's Manners and Monuments of Prehistoric
Lane, A. C., optical angle and angular aperture,
Grand Gulf formation, 151, 164, 247, 319.

Peoples, 291.

354.
Grape leaves, 39.

Nahuatl langage, 31
Langley's Energy and Vision, 362.
Great Lake basins, 74.

Naltunne Tunne measures, 194.
Language, universal, 232.
Green Mountains' anticlinal, 328.

National museum publications, 106.
Languages, bibliography of American, 340; central Nervous diseases in low races, 339, 373.
Grinnell, G. B., Chief Mountain Lake, 85.

American, 172.
Grippe, 152

New York Academy of Science, blological section,
Griswoid's Whetstones and Novaculites of Arkansas, Larkin, E, L., Mars, 17; aurora, 65; meteoric shower, 257.
107.

New Zealand, blological notes from, 323.
Leaves, shrinkage of, 163.
Gypsum, Texas, 353.

Niedlinger, C., animal phosphorescence, 207.
Left-handedness, 60.

Nitrogeny, oxidation of, 33.
H

Leland's Etruscan-Roman Remains in Popular Tram Nomenclature, 164, 219, 215, 263; in botany, 146; priori-
Hainan, 19.

dition, 334.

ty, 116; question, 151.
Halr, study of, 260.
Lepel, V., oxidation of nitrogen, 33.

Norton, T. H., chemical nomenclature, 272, 291.
Hall, J. N., sense of direction, 113.
Leprosy, Immunity from, 309.

Numerale, Indian, 9.
Hall, J. P., photographs of auroras, 236.
Lovereit, Frank, ice-sheet ia Ohio, 103.

Nutting, C. C., Beddard's Colors of Animals, 208.
Hamilton, H., prevention of cholera, 170, 193.

Lewis, R. T., eyes of insects, 314.
Haon, J., barometric oscillations, 5.
Lewis and Clarke's Expedition over the Rocky

0
Hardiog, L. A., forensic microscopy, 242.

Mountains, 173.
Hargitt, c. W., Amphiuma means, 159.

Library of Prof. L. Just, 12.
Harisse's Discovery of North America, 39.
Lichenology, 120, 205.

Oll on troubled waters, 47.
Harvey, case-hardening, 75.

Omaha arrow measures, 194.
Light rays of small wave-length, 216.
Hatch's Mineralogy, 137.
Liguriads, Iberians, and Sicull, 90.

Optical angle and angular aperture, 354.
Hatch, P. L., false aurora, 318.
Linebarger, C. E., solutions, 352.

Oriental Review, 377; subjects, need of instruction
Hawk, hectoring &, 123.
Linguistics as a physical science, 206.

in, 359.
Hay, U. P., biological papers, 243.
Lion breeding, 31.

Orieniation of primitive structures, 6.
Hazen, H. A., Moon and rainfall, 310; electric pheno Liveing, G. D., liquid oxygen, 169.

Ornithologists' Union, 243.
mena on mountains, 359.
Lobsters for New Zealand, 341.

Osboro, H. L., Amblystoma trigrinum, 366.
Heatb, A., colias, 257
Lock's Mechanics for Beginners, 139.

Osteological notes, 46.
Hemiptera, etc., 52.
Loew, P., immunity from disease, 356.

Owl, Richardson's, io Nebraska, 361.
Hempel's Gas Analysis, 293.

Lupton, A., spontaneous combustion in mines, 299. Oxygen, liquid, 169.
Henderson, C. R., woman's work for wages, 190. Luschan, F. von, aborigines of Asia Minor, 31.
Heraldry, ancient Mexican, 174, 261.

P
Lydekker's Phases of Animal Wife, 95.
Heredity, 19.
Bioen's Metal Coloring, 363.

Palenque tablet, 38, 80.

M
Hirn, monument to, 18.

Palestine, 75.
Hitchcock, A. S., botanical llbrary, 241.

Palmer, C. B., Florida pitcher plant, 171.
Hitchcock, C. H., Green Mountains' anticlinal, 328.

Mabery, C. F., laboratory teaching, 207.
Hitchcock, R , photographic laboratory, 160; pre-Aino McCallie,'s. W., mastodon in Tennessee, 333.
McCalley, Alabama bauxite, 303.

Pangy, cleistogamy in, 107.

Parker, W. T., misuse of quinine, 155.
race in Japan, 163
McCarthy, G., weeds, 38.

Pa ker, H. W., lines of Mary, 282.
Hobbs, W. H., hornblende and augite, 354.

Parker's Elementary Biology, 81.
Hodge, F. Webb, Journal of American Ethnology, MacDougall, D. T., botanical explorations in Idaho, Peal, S. E., commui al barracks, 228.
MacDonald, A., 32; congress of psychology, 288.""

Patterson, H. J., vegetable acids in food, 229.
152.

311.
Hoffmann's Sloyd System of Wood-Working, 363.

Peddie's Physics, 376.
McFarland, R. W., chronology, 213.
Holbrook, M. L., human blood, 107; la grippe, 152.

Peirce's Critic of Arguments. 173.
Holbrook's Treatment of Consumption, 264.

McGee, W. J., man and the glacial period, 317.
MacGregor, J. G., dynamics, 71, 150, 262.

Percopidæ on Pacific slope, 233.
Holder's Florida Reef, 215.
McLean's Indians of Canada, 110.

Perkins, G. H., aboriginal use of bone in Vermont,
Holmes, W. H., quarry refuse, 295.

202.
MacRitchie, D., & Pict's house, 43.
Hopkins, A. D., forest-tree Scolytid, 64.
Magnetic circuit, 258; needle, secular motion of a, Personality, residual, 284.

Persian-English Dictionary, 82.
Hornblende and augite, 354.

218.
Horse, intelligence of a, 133; American 135, 188; feed- Magnus's Elementary Mechanics, 375.

Peru, rain in southern, 23.
Ing of, 4.

Peruvian languages, 6.
Hoski, s, L. M., hypotheses of dynamics, 122.
Male and female, anatomical criterion for, 173.

Petroleum in Caucasus, 145.
Malley, A. C., reticulated protoplasm, 261.
Houston, E. J., weather in Mars, 86.
Mammoth in Siberia, 201.

Phosphorescence, animal, 207.
Howe, J. L., extinction of mulatto, 375.
Hudson's Naturalist in La Plata, 136.
Man and the glacial period, 275, 317, 360, 270, 295, 304, Photomicrography, celestial, 135.

Photographic laboratory, 160.
Human remains discovered near Montone, 170.

344; primitive history of, 90; primitive, in South Pickering, É. C., large southern telescope, 193.

America, 147.
Humming-birds' food, 239, 291, 318, 333.

Picts' houses, 43.
Mars, 152; lines on, 177, 22, 235; opposition of, 17; Pictures for projection, 313.
Hunter-Duvar's Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages, 39.

weather in, 86.
Huntington, O. W., diamonds in meteorites, 18.
Martin, D. 8., A. A. A, S, meeting, 146.

Pile-structure, an aboriginal, 91.
Hursey, W. J., lines on Mars, 235.
Hyatt, J., aurora, 374.
Mason, W. P., laboratory teaching, 53; weights and Pilling, JC, linguistic bibliographies, 7.

Pilling's bibliograpbies, 340.
Hybridism exemplified in the genus colaptes, 325.

measures, 358.
Mastodon in Tennessee, 333.

Pilsbury, H. A., Ward's collection of mollusca, 369.
I
Mather, F., sense of direction, 248.

Plant, Florida pitcher, 171; disease reports, 361.
Ice, impurity of, 141.
May& chronology, 80; day.signs, 77; graphic system, Platt, C., impurity of ice, 141; solid glycerino, 278.

Plants of Michigan, 83.
25, 101, 121, 197, 41; language, study of, 6.
India, primitive fashions in, 357.
Maxwell, C. P., satellite of Moon, 66.

Plumb, C. S., aeration of milk, 156.
Indian numerals, 9; types of beauty, 115.
Mechanical Engineering Teachers' Association, 32.

Political science school, 201.
Indians, census of, 31.
Medical Association, Miss. Valley, 5.

Polynesian society, 32; ethnology, 340.
Influenza, 103.
Meehan, T., cleistogamy in pansy, 107; black knot, Poppy, monstrous, 249.

Pope's Electric Telegraph, 355.
lok status, 346.

13.
Implements, natural, 305.
Mendenhall, T, C., uncertainty of conclusions, 20.

Posse's School Gymnastics, 209.
Instinct, 300.
Mengel, L. W., Duck Islands, 184.

Post, A. H., ethnology, 60.
Intelligence of lower orders, 315.
Merrill, G. P., box for microscopo slides, 298.

Potato scab, 355.
Introduction of foreign species, 304.
Merrill's Geognosy, 94.

Prescott, A. B., chemical science, 127.
Inventors' academy of Paris, 186.
Irrigation reports, 346.
Merriman, M., Moon and rainfall, 310.

Prize, Alvarenga, 313.
Merriman's Geodetic Surveying, 375.

Profle, convex, of bad-land divides, 245.
J
Merz's Influenza, 125.

Prosopology, 7.
Jackals, 33.
Meteor, brilliant, 346.

Protoplasm, reticulated, 161, 261, 374.
Jackman's Nature Study, 293.
Meteoric shower, 333, 346.

Psychological association, 104; congress, 288; labor&
James J. F., geological survey of New Jersey, 67 : Meteorite, is Sao Francisco do Sul iron a, 254.

tory at Yale, 324.
wheat rust and smut, 93; Merrill's Geognosy, 94; Meyer's Outlines of Theoretical Chemistry, 108.

Peychology, plea for study of, 10.
bird reports, 178; destroying mosquitoes, 217; Irri-
Mice in Thessaly, 104.

Punishment, origin of, 233.
gation reports, 346; agricultural reports, 361.

Michener, C., botanic trinomial, 245,
James's Alaskana, 292.
Michigan Mining School, 145, 234.

Q
Jamieson's Applied Mechanics, 375:

Microscope slides, box tor, 298.
Japan, pre-Aino race in, 148, 163.
Microscopy, forensic, 242.

Quarry-rejects, 260,
Jealousy in infants, 248; of a dog, 305.
Migrations in America, pre-Columbian, 285.

Questions and Answers in Electricity, 363.
Jews, a trait of, 106.
Milk, aeration of 156.

Quinine, popular misuse of, 155.
Johnson, L. C., Grand Gulf formation, 151, 247.

Miller, G. A., non-Euclidean geometry, 370.
Jones, M. E., gila monster, 319.
Millspaugh, C. F., weeds, 61; medical botany, 91.

R
Jones, R. W., rattlesnuke, 277.
Milne's Standard Arithmetic, 293.

R, sounds of, 217.
Jordan, D. S., Hopkios seaside laboratory, 76. Mines, spontaneous combustion in, 299.

Race and culture, 147.
Journal of American Ethnology, 152.
Minlug statistics, 335.

Rainfall aud Moon, 310.
Mississippi River, 314.

Rattle, reptilian, 16.
K
Mole cricket, phylogeny of, 214.

Rattlesnake, 277; in captivity, 345.
Molecules and crystale, 88.
Kangaroo in America, 82.

Raymond's Atmospheric Pressure, 321.
Mollusca, Ward's collection of, 369.
Kansas Academy of Science, 250.

Redding, T. B., intelligence of a horse, 133.
Mont Blanc observatory, 5.
Keane, A, H., ancient Libyan alphabet, 178, 262.

Rennet, isolation of, 253.
Montgomery, H., science in schools, 142.

Respiratory movements, action of drugs on, 316.

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