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December 14, 1905.

Bauer (Dr. L. A.), Proposed Magnetic and Allied Observ- Berkeley (the Earl of), the Bubbling " Method and

ations during the Total Solar Eclipse on August 30, 342 Vapour Pressures, 222 Baxandall (F. E.), Dr. H. M. Reese's Observations of Berner Oberland, der Oeschinensee im, Max Groll, 197

" Enhanced " Lines in the Fe, Ti, and Ni Spectra, 134 Berry (Mrs. F. M. Dickinson), Physical Deterioration, 332 Bayer (Dr. Fr.). Neue Fische und Reptilien aus der Berthelot (M.), New Researches on Chemical Combination, böhmischen Kreideformation, 454

47; Researches on the Permeability of Fused Glass Bayeux (Raoul), Estimation of the Red Corpuscles in Vessels to Gases at High Temperatures, 88

Human Blood made at the Summit of Mont Blanc, 288 Bertrand (Gabriel), State of Matter in the Neighbourhood Beadnell (Fleet-Surgeon), Dynamical and Hydrodynamical

of the Critical Point, 360 Effects of the Modern Small-bore Bullet, 332

Besançon (Dr.), Acid-fast Bacilli, 582
Beadnell (H. J. L.), the Relations of the Eocene and Bettoni (V.), Part Played by the Copper Salt in Deacon's

Cretaceous Rocks in the Esna-Aswan Reach of the Nile Process of Preparing Chlorine from Hydrogen Chloride,
Valley, 263; the Topography and Geology of the Fayûm 277
Province of Egypt, 535

Betts (A. G.), the “ Lead Voltameter,” 42
Beavan (A. H.), Animals I Have Known, 125

Bevan (P. V.), Physical Properties of Sodium Vapour, 142 Becker (George F.), Experiments on Schistosity and Slaty Bewegungslehre, die Grundlagen der, von einem moderner Cleavage, 20

Standpunkte aus, Dr. G. Jaumann, 51 Becquerel (Henri). Properties of the a Rays of Radium, Beyer (S. W.), Clays and Clay Industries of Iowa, 388 528

Bezold (Dr. W. von), Death of, 563 Becquerel (Paul), Action of Liquid Air on the Life of the Bianco (Prof. 0. Zanotti), Dante's “ Quaestio de Aqua et Seed, 216

Terra” in Light of Modern Geodesy, 350; Helmert's Beddard (F. E., F.R.S.), Natural History in Zoological

Formula for Gravity, 534 Gardens, being some Account of Vertebrated Animals, Bibliography of Halley, 567 with Special Reference to those usually seen in the Bichat (Prof.), Death of, 347 Zoological Society's Gardens in London and Similar In- Bidet (Félix), Chemical Equilibrium of the System, stitutions, 13; the Rudimentary Hind Limbs of the Ammonia Gas, Isoamylamine Chlorhydrate, 336 Boine Snakes, 630

Bigelow (Harriet), Declinations of Certain North Polar Bees: Queen-rearing in England and Notes on a Scent

Stars, 388 producing Organ in the Abdomen of the Worker-bee, the Bigelow (H. B.), Shoal-water Deposits of the Bermuda Honey-bees of India and Enemies of the Bee in South

Banks, 40 Africa, F. W. L. Sladen, 126

Bigourdan (M.), French Observations of the Total Solar Behaviour of Lower Organisms, Contributions to the Study

Eclipse, 518; Eclipse Results, 610 of the, Prof. Herbert S. Jennings, 3

Bingham (Lieut.-Colonel C. T.), the Fauna of British India, Behring (Prof. E. von), the. Suppression of Tuberculosis,

including Ceylon and Burma, 290 122 ; Method of Treating Tuberculosis, 581

Biochemie der Pflanzen, Prof. Friedrich Czapek, F. Beilby (G. T.), Action of Actinium or Emanium Emanation

Escombe, 169 on a Sensitive Screen, 90; Opening Address in Section B

Biology : Contributions to the Study of the Behaviour at the Meeting of the British Association in South Africa,

of Lower Organisms, Prof. Herbert S. Jennings, 3;

Aves,
Biologia Centrali-Americana,

Osbert Salvin, Gold and Science, 378; Experiments on the Influence of

F.R.S., and Frederick Ducane Godman, F.R.S., Phase Changes in the Tenacity of Ductile Metals at the Ordinary Temperature and at the Boiling Point of Liquid

49 ; Species and Varieties, their Origin by Mutation, Air, 642

Hugo de Vries, 314; Experiments on the Correlation of Beilby (H. W.), Experiments on the Influence of Phase

Sex, C. Hurst, 332 ; Experimental Parthenogenesis in

Asterias, Yves Delage, 119; Vorträge über DeszendenzChanges on the Tenacity of Ductile Metals at the

theorie gehalten an der Universität zu Freiburg im Ordinary Temperature and at the Boiling Point of Liquid Air, 642

Breisgau, Prof. August Weismann, 200; Development

of the Ascus and on Spore Formation in the Ascomycetes, Belgium and Holland, Education in, F. H. Perry-Coste, J. H. Faull, 327 ; Senility in Gastropods, B. Smith, 385; 221

Rejuvenation, E. Schultz, 385; the Origin of Life, Mr. Bell (Alexander), Death of, 347

Burke, 492 ; Dr. Charlton Bastian, 492 ; Marine Biology, Bell (G. M.), a Note-book of Experimental Mathematics, Influence of the Humboldt Current on the Marine Life 507

West of Callao, Prof. Alexander Agassiz, 17; HydroBell (H. Hesketh), Cultivation of Oranges in Dominica, graphical and Biological Investigations in Norwegian 328

Fjords, O. Nordgaard, 45; the Protist Plankton and the Bellenoux (E. S.), Calcium Nitrate in Agriculture, 47

Diatoms in Bottom Samples, E. Jørgensen, 45; SchizoBelloc (G.), Osmosis through Tubes of Fused Quartz, 72 poda Captured in the Bay of Biscay, E. W. L. Holt and Belluci (Dr. Italo), Hydrated Platinum Oxide in Reality W. M. Tattersall, 118; the Coral Siderastraea radians

a Platinic Acid, 109; Metallic Stannates and Plumbates and its Post-larval Development, Dr. J. E. Duerden, derived from Similar Acids, 109

185; Medusæ Found in the Firth of Clyde, E. T. Ben Nevis Observatory and the Argentine Republic, William Browne, 191; Free-swimming Crustacea Found in the S. Bruce, 485

Firth of Clyde, Dr. T. Scott, 191; les Sarcodinés des Benedicks (Dr. C.), Troostite, 573

Grands Lacs, Eugène Penard, 218; les Concrétions Bengal, Asiatic Society of, 24, 120, 360, 452

Phosphatées de l'Agulhas Bank (Cave of Good Hope), Benham (Prof. W. B.), Can Birds Smell? 64 ; the Pre- Dr. Leon W. Collet, avec une Description de la Glauconie servation of Native Plants and Animals, 534

qu'elles renferment, Gabriel W. Lee, 286–7; AlcyoBennett (G. T.), the Spirit-level as a Seismoscope, 80; the narians of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, Hydrometer as a Seismometer, 198

Prof. J. A. Thomson and James Ritchie, 287; ExplorBenoit (M.), Observations of Jupiter, 43

ation of the Indian Ocean, A. Sedgwick, F.R.S., 341; Bentley (Richard), an Omitted Safeguard, 269

Four New Barnacles from the Neighbourhood of Java, Benzene, on the Absorption Spectrum of, in the Ultra- Dr. N. Annandale, 360 ; the Millport Marine Station,

violet Region, Dr. E. C. C. Baly and Prof. J. Norman S. Pace, 456; Morphology of the Madreporaria, the Collie, F.R.S., 239, 630 ; Prof. W. N. Hartley, F.R.S., Fossula of the Extinct Rugose Corals, Dr. J. E. 557

Duerden, 515; the Percy Sladen Expedition in H.M.S. Beranrck (Dr.). Results obtained by Treatment in Tuber- Sealark, the Chagos Archipelago, J. Stanley Gardiner, rulosis, 583

571 Berberich (Prof.), the Variable Asteroid 1905 Q.Y., 518; Birds : Guide to the Gallery of Birds in the British

Ephemeris of the Variable Asteroid (167) Urda, 542 Museum, 28 ; Biologia Centrali-Americana, Aves, Osbert Bergendahl (Lieut.). New Island Discovered, Terre de Salvin, F.R.S., and Frederick Ducane Godman, F.R.S., France, 461

49: British Bird Life, W. Percival Westell, 196; Bird Bergonié 0.). New Method of Protection against the Life Glimpses, E. Selous, 367; Beitrag zur Kenntnis Röntgen Rays, 168

der Vogelwelt Islands, B. Hantzsch, 454; Protective Coloration of the Inside of the Mouth in Nestling Birds, the Microsporangia of Lyginodendron, R. Kidston, W. Ruskin Butterfield, 534; Field Book of Wild Birds F.R.S., 262; Existence in the Black Elder of a Comand their Music, F. Schuyler Mathews, 602 ; a Rare pound furnishing Hydrocyanic Acid, M. Guignard, 263 ; Game Bird, John S. Sawbridge, 605; Sir Herbert Max- Hydrocyanic Glucoside in the Leaves of the Elder, Em. well, Bart., F.R.S., 630

Bourquelot and Em. Danjou, 264; Nature of the HydroBirth-rate, Decline of, 422

cyanic Glucoside of the Black Elder, L. Guignard and Bissell (G. W.), Clays and Clay Industries of lowa, 388 J. Houdas, 336; the Botanical Congress at Vienna, Dr. Bjerrum (Neils), Determination of Oxygen in Sea-water, A. B. Rendle, 272; Death of Charles Moore, 275 ; 139

Brusca, a Disease of the Olive, Prof. Cuboni, 276; Blaise (E. E.), the Acid y-aldehydes, 264

Diseases of Citrous Plants and Fruits caused by the Blanford (Dr. William Thomas, F.R.S.), Death and Fungus Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, P. H. Rolfs, Obituary Notice of, 202

277 ; the Law of Biogenesis that “ Ontogeny Repeats Blondlot (Prof. R.), a Collection of Papers communicated Phylogeny, G. H. Shull, 278; Perception in Plants,

to the Academy of Sciences, with Additional Notes and Prof. L. Kny, 278; Comparative Study of the Dominant Instructions for the Cor.struction of Phosphorescent Phanerogamic and Higher Cryptogamic Flora of Aquatic Screens, 195

Habit, George West, 286 ; Supply of Water to Leaves on Blyth (B. H.), Rainfall of the Drainage Area of the Talla a Dead Branch, Prof. H. H. Dixon, 288; on the DevelopReservoir, 143

ment of Green Plants in Light in the Complete Absence Boine Snakes, the Rudimentary Hind Limbs of the, Frank of Carbon Dioxide and in an Artificial Soil Containing E. Beddard, F.R.S., 630

Amides, Jules Lefevre, 312 ; the Native Flora of New Bond (Charles), Sex-correlation and Disease, Deal South Wales, R. H. Cambage, 312; Death of H. Lamb, mutism, 332

325; Death of Prof. L. Errera, 347; Obituary Notice of, Bond (C. J.), Ascending Currents in Mucous Canals and Prof. Jean Massart, 537; Experiments with Plants, Dr. Gland Ducts, 331

W. J. V. Osterhout, 364; Sterigmatocystis nigra and Bone (W. A.), Thermal Decomposition of Formaldehyde Oxalic Acid, P. G. Charpentier, 392, 480 ; Pure Culture and Acetaldehyde; 141

of Green Plants in a Confined Atmosphere in Presence Bonney (Prof. T. G., F.R.S.), Chalk Masses in the Cliffs of Organic Substances, M. Molliard, 424; How to Know

near Cromer, 8; Microscopic Structure of Minerals Form- Wild Fruits, a Guide to Plants when not in Flower by ing Serpentine, 215

Means of Fruit and Leaf, Maude Gridley Peterson, 428; Bonola (Dr. Roberto), the Theorems of Padre Gerolamo Toxic Effect of Heat on Stems, Prof. H. H. Dixon, 435;

Saccheri on the Sum of the Angles of a Triangle, 387 Cause of Accumulation of Starch in Bruised Apples, Borrelly's Comet (1903 iv), the Motion of the Tail of, G. Warcollier, 452 ; Trees, H. Marshall Ward, 482 ; Prof. Jaegermann, 135

Hydrocyanic Acid obtained from Gooseberry Leaves, L. Botany: a Critical Revision of the Genus Eucalyptus, Guignard, 504; Fungal Diseases on Cauliflowers, Dr.

J. H. Maiden, 6; Eucalypts of the Blue Mountains, H. von Schrenck and G. G. Hedgcock, 516; Influence N.S.W., J. H. Maiden and R. H. Cambage, 312 ; Botany of the Eclipse of August 30 on Plants, Ed. Bureau, 528 ; of the Balearic Islands, J. W. White, 17; Undergrowth in Death and Obituary Notice of H. T. Tisdall, 538 ; New Woods, P. Fliche, 23; Floral Diagram of the Cruciferæ, Gladiolus from Victoria Falls, 539; Vegetation of Open M. Gerber, 23; Chlorophyll Assimilation in Young Bay Islands, New Zealand, Dr. L. Cockayne, 540 ; Notes on Shoots of Plants, Applications to the Vine, Ed. Griffon, the Drawings for Sowerby's “ English Botany,” F. N. A. 23; a Gooseberry Mildew Introduced from the United Garry, 556; Thorns merely Xerophytic Structures, Dr. States into Ireland, E. S. Salmon, 40; New South Wales L. Cockayne, 565; Prof. G. Haberlandt's Investigations Linnean Society, 47, 192, 312, 528, 552 ; Conditions of on the Sense-organs of Plants, G. C. Nuttall, 565; Development of the Mycelium of Morchella, G. Fron, Sensibility of the Chlorophyll Apparatus in Ombrophobe 47 ; “ Flower-gardens " made by Ants in the Crowns of and Ombrophile Plants, W. Lubimenko, 576; Cytology Ürees in Amazonia and Peru, E. Ule, 64; Regeneration of Apogamy and Apospory, Miss L. Digby, 623 ; Samin Zamia, Dr. J. M. Coulter and M. A. Chrysler, 65 ; bunigrin, Em. Bourquelot and Em. Danjou, 624; the Vegetationsbilder, 100; Linnean Society,. 118, 166; an Mechanics of the Ascent of Sap in Trees, Prof. J. Indian Garden, Mrs. Henry Cooper Eggar, Dr. Otto Larmor, Sec.R.S., at Royal Society, 644; Development Stapf, 125; Interesting Taxonomic Characters of the of Amylase during the Germination of Seeds, Jean Gymnospermous Genus Torreya, Dr. J. M. Coulter and Effront, 648; Das Pflanzenreich, Supp. to October 19, W. J. G. Land, 133; Effect of very Low Temperature ix; see also British Association on Moist Seeds, John Adams, 143 ; Constituents of the Boudouard (0.), High Temperature Measurements, 293 ; Seeds of Hydnocarpus Wightiana and of Hydnocarpus Influence of Water Vapour on the Reduction of Carbon anthelmintica, F. B. Power and M. Barrowcliff, 165; Dioxide by Carbon, 336 Constituents of the Seeds of Gynocardia odorata, F. B. Boule (Marcellin), on the Origin of Eoliths, 438, 635; Power and M. Barrowcliff, 165 ; Two Photographs of a Machine-made Eoliths, 538 Palm, Corypha elata, J. F. Waby, 166 ; Seed-bearing Boulenger (G. A., F.R.S., V.P.Z.S.). Opening Address in Habit in the Lyginodendreæ, E. A. N. Arber, 166 ; Section D at the Meeting of the British Association in Abortive Development of the Pollen in Cross-bred Sweet South Africa, the Distribution of African Fresh-water Peas, R. P. Gregory, 166; Biochemie der Pflanzen, Prof. Fishes, 413 Friedrich Czapek, F. Escombe, 169; Streifzüge an der Boulenger (Dr. G. S.), Hemichordata, Ascidians and Riviera, Eduard Strasburger, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., Amphioxus, Fishes, 103 171; Handbuch der Heidekultur, Dr. P. Graebner, 173 ; Boulouch (R.), Sub-iodide of Phosphorus and its Part in Bacteriological Study of “ Barszcz,” M. Panek, 182 ; Allotropic Transformation of Phosphorus, 336 the Blackwood of Southern India, Two Species, T. E. Boulud (M.), Distribution of Sugary Substances in Blood Bourdillon, 182; Possible Relationship between Bacteria between the Plasma and the Corpuscles, 311 and the Gum of Hakea saligna, Dr. R. Greig Smith, Bourdillon (T. E.), the Black wood of Southern India, Two 192 : Origin of Natural Immunity towards the Putre- Species, 182 factive Bacteria, Dr. R. Greig Smith, 192 ; Probable Bourget (M.), French Observations of the Total Solar Bacterial Origin of the Gum of Linseed Mucilage, Dr. Eclipse, 518 R. Greig Smith, 192 ; Amount of Variation obtained in Bourne (A. A.), a First Algebra, 393 Cultivating a Five-rayed Form of Trifolium pratense, Bourquelot (Em.), Hydrocyanic Glucoside in the Leaves Miss T. Tammes, 205 ; the Parasitic Nature of the of the Elder, 264 : Sambunigrin, 624 Sandal-tree, C; A. Barber, 205 ; Action of Liquid Air Bouty (E.), Passage of Electricity through Gascous Layers on the Life of the Seed, Paul Becquerel, 216; Botany of Great Thickness, 360 of Cook's First Voyage, Illustrations of Australian Bouveault (M.), Action of Sodium on the Esters of the Plants, Sir Joseph Banks, P.R.S., and Dr. D. Solander, Fatty Acids, 192 221; Calcium Oxalate in the Eucalyptus Barks, Henry Boxall (George E.), the Evolution of the World and of G. Smith, 240 ; Poisonous Plants of all Countries, A. B.

Man, 150 Smith, 243 : Sugar-parasites, R. C. L. Perkins, 254 ; Boyce (Rubert, F.R.S.), Report on the Sanitation and Life, 545

Anti-malarial Measures in Practice in Bathurst, Conakry, Section E (Geography)-Opening Address by Rearand Freetown, 67

Admiral Sir W. J. L. Wharton, K.C.B., F.R.S., PresiBayle Lecture at Oxford, the Cerebellum, its Relation to dent of the Section, 445 Spatial Orientation and Locomotion, Sir Victor Horsley, Section G (Engineering)-Opening Address by Colonel F.R.5.. 389

Sir C. Scott Moncrieff, K.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., R.E., Brace (Prot. DeWitt Bristol). Death of, 636

LL.D., President of the Section, Irrigation, 465 Bradley-Birt (F. B.), the Story of an Indian Upland, 105 Section (Anthropology)-Opening Address by A. C. Braithwaite (Dr. R.), the British Moss-flora, 425

Haddon, Sc.D., F.R.S., President of the Section, 471 Branner (Prof. John C.), the Omission of Titles of Section I (Physiology)-Opening Address by Colonel D. Adaresses on Scientific Subjects, 534

Bruce, M.B., F.R.S., C.B., President of the Section, Braune (Hjalmar), Influence of Nitrogen on Iron and Steel, the Advance in our Knowledge of the Causation and 540

Methods of Prevention of Stock Diseases in South Brazza (M. de), Death and Obituary Notice of, 515

Africa during the Last Ten Years, 496 Breathing in Living Beings, Dr. William Stirling at Royal Section K (Botany)-Opening Address by Harold Wager, Institution of Great Britain, 355

F.R.S., H.M.I., President of the Section, on Some Bremer (Dr. F.), Leitfaden der Physik für die oberen Problems of Cell Structure and Physiology, 519 Klassen der Realanstalten, 170

Section L (Educational Science)-Opening Address by Breton (M.). Transference of Infection in Ankylostomiasis Sir Richard C. Jebb, Litt.D., D.C.L., M.P., President through the Skin, 107

of the Section, University Education and National Bridge (Dr.), Hemichordata, Ascidians and Amphioxus, Fishes, 103

British Association : Physical Deterioration, being the Brightness of Jupiter's Satellites, Prof. W. de Sitter, 207 Report of Papers and Discussions at the Cambridge British Archæology and Philistinism, Worthington G. Meeting of the British Association, 1904, on the Alleged Smith, 294

Physical Deterioration of the People and the Utility of British Association : Meeting of the British Association an Anthropometric Survey, 152

in South Africa, 59; Arrangements for the Forthcoming British Bird Life, W. Percival Westell, 196 Meeting of, 222; the South African Meeting of the British Colonies, the Oxford Atlas of the, 293 British Association, 368, 403, 560, 583; Inaugural British Fruit Growing, 297; Alfred O. Walker, 342 ; Address by Prof. G. H. Darwin, M.A., LL.D., Ph.D., Spencer Pickering, F.R.S., 396 F.R.S., President of the Association, part i., 368 ; British Islands, a Handbook to a Collection of the Minerals part ii., 439; Diamonds, Sir William Crookes, F.R.S., of the, in the Museum of Practical Geology, F. W. 593; the Distribution of Power, Prof. W. E. Ayrton, Rudler, 76 F.R.S., 012

British Islands, the Mythology of the, Charles Squire, 145 Section A (Mathematics and Physics)-Opening Address British Medical Association, the Meeting of the, 330, 354

by Prof. A. R. Forsyth, Sc.D., LL.D., Math.D., British Moss-flora, the, Dr. R. Braithwaite, 425
E.R.S., President of the Section, 372; Mathematical British Museum, Guide to the Gallery of Birds in the, 28;
and Physical Science at the British Association, Dr. Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the British
C. H. Lees, 640; Ancient Japanese Mathematics, Prof. Museum, Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 174
Harzer, 640; Instrument for Stereoscopic Surveying, British Pharmaceutical Conference, Presidential Address at,
HG Fourcade, 640; Teaching of Elementary Standardisation in Pharmacy, W. A. H. Naylor, 334
Mechanics, Prof. Perry, 640; Kinetic and Statistical British and Saxon Burial Mounds of East Yorkshire, Forty
Equilibrium of Etherin Ponderable Matter at any Years' Researches in, J. R. Mortimer, 398
Temperature, Lord Kelvin, 641; Geodetic Survey in British School at Athens, the Annual of the, H. R. Hall,
South Africa, Sir David Gill, 641; Geodetic Survey of
Spitsbergen, Dr. O. Backlund, 641; Star Streaming, British Science Guild, the, 585
Prof. Kapteyn, 641; Observations on the Light Fluctu- British Slugs, the, Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, 245
ations of Certain Southern Binary Stars, Dr. A. W.

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and Lexell, the Alleged Identity of Roberts, 641

Comets, Dr. Charles L. Poor, 19 Section B (Chemistry)-Opening Address by G. T. Broom (Dr. R.), the Age and Affinities of Tritylodon, 285

Beilby, President of the Section, 378; Gold and Brown (George A.), Incandescence of Meteors, 604 Science, 379; Recent Developments in Agricultural Brown (Dr. Horace T.), Researches on the Assimilatory Science, A. D. Hall, 642 ; Researches on the Assimil- Processes of Plants, 642 atory Processes of Plants, Dr. Horace T. Brown, 642 ; Brown (J. C.), Precise Method of Estimating the Organic the Role of Enzymes in Plant Economy, Dr. E. F. Nitrogen in Potable Waters, 239 Armstrong, 642 ; Researches on the Propagation of Browne (E. T.), Medusæ found in the Firth of Clyde, 191 Explosions in Gases, Prof. H. B. Dixon, 642 ; the Browne (Frank Balfour), Reports on Sea Fisheries, 138 Atomic Weight of Chlorine, Prof. H. B. Dixon, 642 ; Browne (Sir James Crichton, F.R.S.), the Prevention of Experiments on the Influence of Phase Changes on Senility, 306 the Tenacity of Ductile Metals at the Ordinary Bruce Telescope Reference Photographs, the, Prof. PickerTemperature and at the Boiling Point of Liquid Air, ing, 89 G, T, and H. W. Beilby, 642 ; Determinations of the Bruce (Dr. A.), Distribution of the Nerve Cells in the Viscosities of Liquid Mixtures at the Temperature of Intermedio-lateral Tract of the Dorso-lumbar Region of their Boiling Points, Dr. A. Midlay, 642; Remark- the Human Spinal Cord, 191 able Thermal Chalybeate Spring at Caledon, in Cape Bruce (Colonel D., M.B., F.R.S., C.B.), Opening Address Colony, Prof. P. D. Hahn, 642 ; Chemical Survey of in Section I at the Meeting of the British Association the Soils of Cape Colony, 642 ; the Character of Cape in South Africa, the Advance in our Knowledge of the Wines, Dr. H. Tietz, 642 ; Investigation of the Part Causation and Methods of Prevention of Stock Diseases played by Oxygen in the Dissolution of Gold by in South Africa during the Last Ten Years, 496 Cranide Solutions, H. F. Julian, 642; Action of Thio- Bruce (William S.), Ben Nevis Observatory and the cyanates on Gold, H. A. White, 643 ; the Law Govern- Argentine Republic, ass ing the Solubility of Zinc Hydroxide in Alkalis, Dr. Brühl (Prof. J. W.), Desmotropic Form of Substances of J. Moir, 643 : Nitrogen in Pretoria Rainfall, H. Ingle, the Ethyl Acetoacetate Type, 141; the Development of 643 ; Chemical Constituents of Transvaal Soils, H. Spectrochemistry, Lecture at the Royal Institution, 158 Ingle, 643 ; Fuel Ashes as Manure in the Midland Bryan (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), Fictitious Problems in Districts of South Africa, E. H. Croghan, 643

Mathematics, 175; Streifzüge an der Riviera, Section C (Geology)--Opening Address by Prof. H. A. Eduard Strasburger, 171

Miers, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., President of the Section, Bubbling" Method and Vapour Pressures, the, the Earl 405

of Berkeley and E. G. J. Hartley, 222 Section D (Zoology)-Opening Address by G. A. Buchanan (J. Y., F.R.S.). Eclipse Predictions, 603

Boulenger, F.R.S., V.P.Z.S., President of the Section, Bucherer (Dr. A. H.), Mathematische Einfuhrung in die the Distribution of African Fresh-water Fishes, 413

Elektronentheorie, 170

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1 Buckton (George Bowdler, F.R.S.), Death of, 537; Hewlett, 295; X-Rays, their Employment in Cancer and Obituary Notice of, W. F. Kirby, 587

other Diseases, Richard J. Cowen, 395 Building, Ferro-concrete, Ed. Noaillon, 213

Cannon (Miss), a Probable Nova in Ophiuchus, 158 Burch (Dr. George J., F.R.S.), Studien ueber Haut- Cape Colony, an Introduction to the Geology of, A. W.

elektricität und Hautmagnetismus des Menschen, Dr. Rogers, Frof, Grenville A. J. Cole, 35 Erik Harnack, 602

Cape Observatory, the, 437 Burdon (E. R.), Beiträge zur physiologischen Anatomie Carbutt (Sir Edward H.), Death and Obituary Notice of, der Pilzgallen, Hermann Ritter von Guttenberg, 339

588 Bureau (Ed.), Influence of the Eclipse of August 30 on Carmichael (N. R.), Physical Experiments, 126 Plants, 528

Carpenter (Dr. H. C. H.), High-speed Tool Steels under Burial Mounds of East Yorkshire, Forty Years' Researches Varying Thermal Treatment, 69 in British and Saxon, J. R. Mortimer, 398

Carson (Č.), Interaction of Hydrogen Sulphide and Sulphur Burke (John Butler), on the Spontaneous Action of Radio- Dioxide, 71

active Bodies on Gelatin Media, 78; on the Spontaneous Cash (Dr. J. Theodore, F.R.S.), Pharmacology of IndaAction of Radium on Gelatin Media, 294

conitine and Bikhaconitine, 551 Burke (Mr.), the Origin of Life, 492

Castle (Frank), Machine Construction and Drawing, 533 Burnside (Prof. W.), Conditions of Reducibility of any Caunt (G. W.), Geometrical Conics, 393

Group of Linear Substitutions, 190 ; Criteria for the Cause and Prevention of Dust from Automobiles, W. R. Finiteness of Order of a Group of Linear Substitutions, Cooper, 485, 507; J. Vincent Elsden, 507 190

Celestial Phenomena, Ancient Drawings of, Dr. W. Burton (Dr. C. V.), the Hydrometer as a Seismometer, Lehmann, 19 269 : Artificial Dianionds, 397

Cell Structure and Physiology, on some Problems of, OpenBurton (W.), Connection between Scientific Training and ing Address in Section K at the Meeting of the British Industrial Development, 608

Association in South Africa, Harold Wager, F.R.S., Busquet (Raymond), Précis d'Hydraulique-La Houille H.M.I., 519 Blanche, 427

Celtic Pony, the, Dr. Francis H. A. Marshall. 558 Buss (A.), Visibility of D, as a Dark Line in the Solar Celts, the Literature of the, its History and Romance, Spectrum, 184

Magnus Maclean, 145 Butler (A. L.), Antelopes, Heughlin's “ Giant Eland," 133 Ceraski (Prof.), a Proposed New Method for Determining Butler (W.), the Swingcam Camera Stand, 89

the Solar Radiation, 437 Butterfield (W. Ruskin), Protective Coloration of the Inside Cerebellum, the, its Relation to Spatial Orientation and of the Mouth in Nestling Birds, 534

Locomotion, Boyle Lecture Oxford, Sir Victor Butterflies : the Fauna of British India, including Ceylon Horsley, F.R.S., 389 and Burma, Lieut.-Colonel C. T. Bingham, 290

Chablay (E.), Action of Metal Ammoniums on the Halogen Butterflies, Moths and, Mary C. Dickerson, 76

Derivatives of Methane, 72; Action of the Metal Byrom (T. H.), the Physics and Chemistry of Mining, 557 Ammoniums on Alcohols, 96; Action of the Metal

Ammoniums on the Polyatomic Alcohols, 119 Cacao, Manurial Experiments with, in Dominica, West Chagos Archipelago, the, the Percy Sladen Expedition in Indies, 639

H.M.S. Sealark, J. Stanley Gardiner, 571 Cain (J. C.), Action of Wateron Diazo-salts, 239; the Chalk Masses in the Cliffs near Cromer, Prof. T. G.

Synthetic Dyestuffs and the Intermediate Products from Bonney, F.R.S., 8 which they are Derived, Supp. to October 19, vii

Challenger Society, 118, 263
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Nitrogen, R. W. Gray, 71; Philippe A. Guye, 119; the
Romance of the Nitrogen Atom. Rev. A. Irving, 151;
Dr. E. P. Perman, 170; Action of Fluorine on some
Compounds of Nitrogen, MM. Moissan and Lebeau, 206 :
Reactions between Fluorine and the Compounds of
Nitrogen and Oxygen, MM. Moissan and Lebeau, 183 ;
Methylation of Gallotannic Acid, O. Rosenheim, 71;
Interaction of Hydrogen Sulphide and Sulphur Dioxide,
W. R. Lang and c. Carson, 71; Formula of Cyano-
maclurin, A. G. Perkin, 71; Increase of the Rotatory
Power of Fatty Molecules in Passing to the State of
Cyclic Compounds, A. Haller and M. Desfontaines, 71;
New Synthesis of Oxalic Acid, H. Moissan, 71; Action
of Potassammonium upon Barium Bromide, A. Joannis,
71; Electrolytic Reduction of the Nitrocinnamic Acids,
C. Marie, 71; Action of Carbon Monoxide upon Silver
Oxide, Henri Dejust, 71; Decomposition of Silver Oxide
at High Temperatures, G. N. Lewis, 350; Strontium
Ammonium, M. Ræderer, 71-2; a New Osmium Com-
pound, Piñerùa Alvarez, 72; Acetol a Pseudo-acid, André
Kling, 72 ; Action of Metal Ammoniums on the Halogen
Derivatives of Methane, E. Chablay, 72; Action of the
Metal Ammoniums on Alcohols, E. Chablay, 96; Action
of the Metal Ammoniums on the Polyatomic Alcohols,
E Chablay, 119; Relation of Ammonium to the Alkali
Metals, A. E. H. Tutton, 165-6; on the Menthones and
Menthols obtained by the Reduction of Pulegone by the
Catalytic Action of Reduced Nickel, A. Haller and C.
Martine, 95: Potato Starch, L. Maquenne and Eug.
Roux, 95 i Basic Magnesium Carbonates from the San-
torin Eruption of 1866, A. Lacroix, 95: a Reaction of
Rhodium, Piñerûa Alvarez, 96; Hydrated Platinum
Oxide in Reality a Platinic Acid, Dr. Italo Bellucci, 109;
Metallic Stannates and Plumbates derived from Similar
Acids, Dr. Italo Bellucci and N. Parravano, 109;
Efficiency of Method of Synthesising Nitric Acid from the
Gases of the Atmosphere Increased by Working with Air
under a very Great Pressure, E. Rossi, 109; New Method
of Preparing Mesoxalic Esters, Ch. Schmitt, 119:
Researches on Animal Lactase, Ch. Porcher, 119; Basicity
of Pyranic Oxygen, R. Fosse and L. Lesage, 119;
Determination of Oxygen in Sea-water, Neils Bjerrum,
139; Action of Oxygen upon Cæsium-ammonium, E.
Rengade, 168; Desmotropic Form of Substances of the
Ethyl Acetoacetate Type, J. W. Brühl and H. Schröder,
14!; Chlorination of 2-Methylpyridine, W. J. Sell, 141;
Chemical Structure and Physical Properties Associated
with the Theory of Colour, W. N. Hartley, 141; Thermal
Decomposition of Formaldehyde and Acetaldehyde, W. A.
Bone and H. L. Smith, 141 ; Synthesis of Formaldehyde,
D. L. Chapman and A. Holt, jun., 141; Constitution of
Nitric Acid and its Hydrates, W. Noel Hartley, 142 ;
Physical Properties of Sodium Vapour, P. V. "Bevan,
142; Application to Electrolytes of the Hydrate Theory
of Solutions, Dr. T. Martin Lowry, 142 ; Cyanocampho-
acetic, Cyanocampho-a-propionic, Cyanocampho-a-butyric
Acids and their Derivatives, A. Haller and A. Couré-
menos, 143; Methylnatalæmodine and Natalcemodine, E.
Léger, 143 ; Acidity of some Ethyl Alcohols of Commerce,
René Duchemin and Jacques Dourlen, 143 : Examination
of Phosphorus Sulphide for the Presence of Free White
Phosphorus, Léo l'ignon, 143; Physical Properties of
Propane, Paul

Lebeau, 143; Methyl-acetyl-carbinol,
André Kling, 143 : the Development of Spectrochemistry,
Prof. J. W. Brühl at the Royal Institution, 158 ; Atomic
Weight of Chlorine, Prof. H. B. Dixon, F.R.S., and
E. C. Edgar, 165; Action of Chlorine on Boiling Toluene,
J. B. Cohen, H. M. Dawson, and P. F. Crosland, 239 ;
Constituents of the Seeds of Hydnocartus Wightiana and
of Hydnocarpus anthelmintica, F. B. Power and M.
Barrowcliff, 163; Constituents of the Serds of Gynocardia
odorala, F. B. Power and M. Barrowcliff. 163; New
Diamines, G. T. Morgan and W. O. Wootton, 166;
Action of Magnesium Methyl lodide. on Pinenenitroso-
chloride, W. A. Tilden and J. A. Stokes, 166; Estimation
of Hydrogen Peroxide in the Presence of Potassium Per-
sulphate, J. A. N. Friend, 166 : Replacement of Hydroxyl
by Bromine, W. H. Perkin, jun., and J. L. Simonsen,
bo; Influence of Phosphates on the Fermentation of
Glucose by Yeast Juice, A. Harden and W. J. Young,

166; Gases Liberated on Pulverising Monazite, R. J.
Moss, 167; Expansion and Density of some Gases at
High Temperatures, the Application to the Determination
of their Molecular Weights, Adrien Jacquerod and F.
Louis Perrot, 168 ; Protagon and the Cerebrines and the
Cerebric Acid Pree ng in the Nervous Tissue, N. A.
Barbieri, 168; Constituents of Manchester Soot, Prof.
E. Knecht, 167; Chloride and Bromide of Thorium,
H. Moissan and M. Martinsen, 167; Biochemie der
Pfanzen, Prof. Friedrich Czapek, É. Escombe, 169;
Chitin in the Carapace of Pterygotus osiliensis, Dr. Otto
Rosenheim, 189 : New Method of Preparing Esters, Dr.
W. W. Taylor, 191; Mode of Formation of Acetol by
the Direct Oxidation of Acetone, M. Pastureau, 192 ;
Action of Sodium on the Esters of the Fatty Acids, M.
Bouveault and R. Locquin, 192 ; Aromatic Substitution
Derivatives of Ethylene Oxide, MM. Fourneau and
Tiffeneau, 192; Sparteine and its Reaction with Methyl
Iodide, Charles Moureu and Amand Valeur, 192 ; Spar-
teine the Stereoisomerism of the Two lodomethylates,
Charles Moureu and Amand Valeur, 216; Action of
Ethyl Iodide on Sparteine, Charles Moureu and Amand
Valeur, 264; Determination of Sulphuric Acid in Soils,
J. Howard Graham, 205; an Intensely Radio-active Sub-
stance, Actinium X, T. Godlewski, 206; Isomorphous
Mixtures of the Tartrates of Thallium and Potassium,
Jean Herbette, 216; Alkyl Thujones and the Combin-
ations of Thujone with Aromatic Aldehydes, A. Haller,
216; Influence of Concentration on the Magnetic Proper-
ties of Solutions of Cobalt, P. Vaillant, 216; Chemical
Properties of the Anhydrous Chloride of Neodymium,
Camille Matignon, 216; Death of Prof. P. T. Cleve, 226;
Synthesis by Means of the Silent Electric Discharge,
J. N. Collie, 238; Combinations of Aluminium Chloride
with Carbonyl Chloride, E. Baud, 239; Condensation of
Chloral with Aromatic Hydrocarbons under the Influence
of Aluminium Chloride, Adolphe Dinesmann, 312 ;
Different States of Oxidation of Aluminium Powder, M.
Kohn-Abrest, 360 ; the Aluminium Steels, Léon Guillet,
264; Steels containing Tin, Titanium, and Cobalt, Léon
Guillet, 239; Reduction of Aldoximes, A. Mailhe, 239;
Bromination of Paraldehyde, P. Freundler, 239; a Bi-
valent Phytosterine Alcohol, T. Klobb, 239; Combustion
of Sulphur in the Calorimetric Bomb, H. Giran, 239 ;
Hydrolysis of very Concentrated Solutions of Ferric
Sulphate, A. Recoura, 239; Synthesis of Substances Allied
to Epinephrine, G. Barger and H. A. D. Jowett, 239;
Action of Water on Diazo-salts, J. C. Cain and G. M.
Norman, 239; Precise Method of Estimating the Organic
Nitrogen in Potable Waters, J. C. Brown, 239 ; Bromine
in Solutions of Potassium Bromide, F. P. Worley, 230 ;
Tetramethylammonium Hydroxide, J. Walker and J.
Johnston, 239; Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra, Benzene,
Dr. E. C. C. Baly and Prof. J. Norman Collie, F.R.S.,
239: Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra, the Phenols, Dr.
E. C. C. Baly and E. K. Ewbank, 239 ; Absorption Spec-
trum of Benzene in the Ultra-violet Region, Prof. W. N.
Hartley, F.R.S., 557; Dr. E. C. C. Baly and Prof. J.
Norman Collie, F.R.S., 630 ; Calcium Oxalate in the
Eucalyptus Barks, Henry G. Smith, 240; Camphoacetic
and B-Camphopropionic Acids, A. Haller, 263 ; Existence
in the Black Elder of a Compound Furnishing Hydro-
cyanic Acid, M. Guignard, 263 ; Hydrocyanic Glucoside
in the Leaves of the Elder, Em. Bourquelot and Em.
Danjou, 264; Nature of the Hydrocyanic Glucoside of
the Black Elder, L. Guignard and J. Houdas, 336;
Hydrocyanic Acid obtained from Gooseberry Leaves, L.
Guignard, 504; Synthesis of the Three Tertiary Dimethyl-
cyclohexanols and of the Hydrocarbons Connected with
them, Paul Sabatier and A. Mailhe, 263 ; New Method
of Synthesis of the Monoatomic and Polyatomic Alcohols,
V. Grignard, 264; Combinations of Ferrocyanides and
Sulphuric Acid, Paul Chrétien, 264; the Acid -Alde-
hydes, E. E. Blaise and A. Courtot, 264; Densities of
Carbonic Anhydride, Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide,
Philippe A. Guye and Alexandre Pintza, 264 ; Part
Played by the Copper Salt in Deacon's Process of Pre-
paring Chlorine from Hydrogen Chloride, M. G. Levi
and V. Bettoni, 277 ; Auto-catalytic Decomposition of
Silver Oxide under the Influence of Heat, Gilbert N.
Lewis, 277 ; the Society of Chemical Industry, 279 ;

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