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Atmospheric and Oceanic Carbon Dioxide, Dr. A. Harden, Vegetable Fibres (Flax, Hemp, Jute, Tow, and Ramie),
283; Dr. A. Krogh, 283

Herbert R. Carter, 579
Atomic Weights, International, Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin, 461 Barker (T. V.), Regular Growth of Crystals of one Sub-
Attractions of Teneriffe, Hugh Richardson, 415

stance upon those of Another, 382
Auger (V.), New Method for Preparing Organic Derivatives Barkla (Dr. Charles G.), Secondary Röntgen Radiation,

of Phosphorus, 24; Action of Halogen Derivatives of the 440 ; Polarised Röntgen Radiation, 477
Metalloids on Halogen Alkyl Compounds, 47 ; Thioformic Barnard (Prof.), the Bruce Photographic Telescope, 424
Acid, gó; Acetyl-lactic Acid. 576

Barnard (S.), a New Geometry for Senior Forms, 174
Austin (Sarah), the Story without an End, 76

Barnes (Rev. E. W.), Asymptotic Expansion of Integral
Australia, the Native Tribes of South-East, A. W. Howitt, Functions of Finite Non-zero Order, 382
A. Ernest Crawley, 225

Barnes (Prof. H. T.), the Heating Effect of the y Rays
Australian Minerals, Radio-activity and Radium in, D. from Radium, 151
Mawson and T. H. Laby, 168

Barnes (Dr. H. T.), the flow of Water through Pipes-
Avebury (Lord), F.R.S., on the Shape of the Stems of Experiments on Stream-line Motion and the Measure-
Plants, 142; Experiment in Mountain Building. 575

ment of Critical Velocity, 357
Ayrton (Prof. W. E.), Experiments to show the Retardation Barnett (S. J.), Elements of Electromagnetic Theory, 409

of the Signalling Current of the Pacific Cable, 190 Barometer, the Moon and, Alex. B. MacDowall, 320
Azambuja (M. d'), Variation of the Band Spectra of Carbon Barometer, Remarkable Temperature Inversion and the

with the Pressure and some new Band Spectra of Carbon, Recent High, W. H. Dines, 365
575

Barrett (C. G.), Death of, 181; Obituary Notice of, 208
Barrett (Prof. W. F., F.R.S.), Physical Properties of a

Series of Alloys of Iron, 132; Method of Protecting the
Babes (A.). Physiological Effects of Ovariotomy in the Hands of the Operator from X-Ray Burns, 167
Goat, 312

Basset (A. B., F.R.S.), Misuse of Words and Phrases, 30;
Babylonia, the Devils and Evil Spirits of, R. Campbell Compound Singularities of Curves, 101; Compulsory
Thompson, 249

Greek at Cambridge, 318
Bacon (Rev. J. M.). Death of, 207

Basset (Henry), Heat of Formation of Calcium Hydride
Bacteriology Archebiosis and Heterogenesis, Dr. H. Charl- and Nitride, 551

ton Bastian, F.R.S., 30; on the Origin of Flagellate | Bassot (General), Elements and Ephemeris for Comet
Monads and of Fungus-germs from Minute Masses of 1905 a (Giacobini), 617
Zooglcea, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 77 ; Hetero “Bastard” Logwood, S. N. C., 222
genetic Fungus-germs, George Massee, 175; Hetero- | Bastian (Prof. Adolf), Death of, 421
genetic Origin of Fungus Germs, Dr. H. Charlton Bas- | Bastian (Dr. H. Charlton, F.R.S.), Archebiosis and
tian, 272; Occurrence of certain Ciliated Infusoria Heterogenesis, 30; on the Origin of Flagellate Monads
within the Eggs of a Rotifer, considered from the Point and of Fungus-germs from Minute Masses of Zooglæa,
of View of Heterogenesis, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, 77; the Heterogenetic Origin of Fungus-germs, 272 ;
F.R.S., 548; on the Action Exerted upon the Staphylo Occurrence of Certain Ciliated Infusoria within the Eggs
coccus pyogenes by the Human Blood Fluids, and on the of a Rotifer, considered from the Point of View of
Elaboration of Protective Elements in the Human Organ Heterogenesis, 548
ism in Response to Inoculations of a Staphylococcus Vac Batavian Society of Experimental Philosophy, Prize Sub-
cine, Dr. A. E. Wright and Captain Stewart R. Douglas, jects of the, 354
07; on the Action Exerted upon the Tubercle Bacillus Bateman (H.), the Weddle Quartic Surface, 478
by the Human Blood Fluids, and on the Elaboration of Bateson (W., F.R.S.), Compulsory Greek at Cambridge,
Protective Elements in the Human Organism in Response 390
to Inoculations of a Tubercle Vaccine, Dr. A. E. Bauer (Dr. L. A.), a Contemplated Magnetic Survey of the
Wright and Captain Stewart R. Douglas, 67; North Pacific Ocean by the Carnegie Institution, 389
Water-purification by Blue Vitriol, G. H. Grosvenor, Baumann (Mr.), the Nature of the Hydrosulphites, 374
156; Bacteriological Diagnosis of Plague, Dr. Klein, Bausch and Lomb's B.B.P. Portable Microscope, 568
237: Bacteria of Proteus vulgaris, Dr. Sidney Martin, Bauschinger (Prof. J.), Orbits of Minor Planets, 469
237; Bacterial Test for Estimation of Air-Pollution, Dr. Baxandall (F. E.), Enhanced Lines of Titanium, Iron, and
Mervyn Gordon, 237; a Yellow Race of Bacillus pseud Chromium in the Fraunhoferic Spectrum, 94; on the
arabinus from the Quince, Dr. R. Greig Smith, 263 ; Group iv. Lines of Silicium, 189; the Stellar Line near
Hydrogen Peroxide in the Nascent State, and its Bac 14686, 475; the Spectrum of u Centauri, 476; the Arc
tericidal Activity on Organisms in Water, Ed. Bonjean, Spectrum of Scandium and its Relation to Celestial
263 ; Hyphoids and Bacteroids, Paul Vuillemin, 263 ; the Spectra, 476
Bacterial Origin of Macrozamia Gum, Dr. R. Greig Bay (Isidore), Diphenylamine Reaction with Nitric Acid,
Smith, 264; Bacteria in Sewage, Messrs. Winslow and

527
Belcher, 325; Intimate Connection between the Con- | Beavan (Arthur H.), Birds I have known, 581
figuration of Chemical Substances and their Suscepti Beazley (C. Raymond), the First True Maps, 159
bility to Fermentation, C. Ulpiani and M. Cingolani, | Beccari (O.), Wanderings in the Great Forests of Borneo,
352; Bacteriology and the Public Health, Dr. George Travels and Researches of a Naturalist in Sarawak, 203
Newman, Dr. A. C. Houston, 388; Vitality of the Beck (Messrs. R. and J.), New Lambex System of Day.

Typhoid Bacillus in Shell-fish, Dr. Klein, F.R.S., 421 light Loading and Film and Plate Changing, 352
Baker (Dr. H. F.), Alternants and Continuous Groups, 311 | Beckmann (Ernst), the Differential Mercury Thermometer,
Baker (J. G., F.R.S.), Revised Classification of Roses, 430

518
Baker (W. M.), Elementary Algebra, 507

Becquerel (Prof. Henri), some Scientific Centres, vi., the
Bakerian Lecture at Royal Society, the Reception and Physical Laboratory at the Museum d'Histoire naturelle,
Utilisation of Energy by a Green Leaf, Dr. Horace T. 177
Brown, F.R.S., 522

Becquerel (Paul), Plant Radio-activity, 263 ; Action of
Balfour (Dr. Andrew), First Report of the Wellcome Re Ether and Chloroform on Dried Seeds, 600
search Laboratories at the Gordon Memorial College, Becquerel Rays and the Properties of Radium, Hon. R. J.
Khartoum, 605

Strutt, Dr. O. W. Richardson, 172
Ball (Dr, L. de), New Refraction Tables, 234

Bedford (Duke of), Experiments in the Manuring of Fruit
Ball (Sir Robert S.), a Popular Guide to the Heavens, 437 Crops, 356
Balland (M.), the Bleaching of Flour by Electricity, 96 Bees, "Attractions offered to, by Flowers, Miss J. Wery,
Ballistics : Exterior Ballistics, Prof. Geo. Forbes, F.R.S., 492
380

Behrens (Dr. T. H.), Death of, 325, 420
Baly (E. C. C.), Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra of certain Beilby (G. T.), Phosphorescence caused by the Beta and
Enol-keto-tautomerides, 549

Gamma Rays of Radium, 476
Baracchi (P.), the Government Observatory at Victoria, 449 Belcher (Mr.), Bacteria in Sewage, 325
Barker (Prof. Aldred F.), Spinning and Twisting of Long Beldam (George W.), Great Lawn Tennis Players, 436

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Belen, Havana, Jesuit Observatory at, 282

rence of Certain Ciliated Infusoria within the Eggs of
Belgica, Résultats du Voyage du S.Y., en 1897, 1898, a Rotifer, considered from the Point of View of Hetero.

1899, sous le Commandemant de A. de Gerlache de genesis, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 548; the Origin
Gomery, 337

of Life, Dr. F. J. Allen, 54 ; George Hookham, 101 ;
Bell (C. A.), Determination of Young's Modulus (Adi- Morphologie und Biologie der Zelle, Dr. Alexander
abatic) for Glass, 359,

Gurwitsch, 174; Naturbegriffe und Natururteile, Hans
Bell (Sir Lowthian, Bart., F.R.S.), Death of, 181 ; Driesch, 270; les Heliozoaires d'Eau Douce, E. Penard,
Obituary Notice of, 230

289; the Fresh-water Plankton of the Scottish Lochs,
Bell (Dr. Robert), the Cancer Problem in a Nutshell, 76 W. and G. S. West, 623; the Sarcodina of Loch Ness,
Bell (Ruby G.), Studies of Variation in Insects, 545

Dr. E. Penard, 623; the Rhizopods and Heliozoa of
Bell Rock, Notes on the Natural History of the, J. M. Loch Ness, J. Murray, 623; the Wonders of Life, a
Campbell, 221

Popular Study of Biological Philosophy, Ernst Haeckel,
Bellamy (C. V.), Iron Manufacture in Lagos, 40; Geology 313; Morphologie und Biologie der Algen, Dr. Friedrich
of Cyprus, 310; Geological Map of Cyprus, 471

Oltmanns, George Murray, F.R.S., 362 ; Mutation, Prof.
Bellars (A. E.), Action of Hydrogen Peroxide on Carbo- T. D. A. Cockerell, 366 ; Death of Prof. G. B. Howes,

hydrates in Presence of Ferrous Sulphate, 478; Com- F.R.S., 350 ; Obituary Notice of, 419; Attractions offered
pounds of Guanidine with Sugars, 479

to Bees by Flowers, Miss J. Wery, 492 ; Darwin's Theory
Belopolsky (Prof.), Radial Velocities of " Standard-velocity of Female Sexual Selection, Prof. A. Lamcere, 492 ;
Stars,

Morphological Superiority of the Male Sex in Animals,
Beltrami (Eugenio), Opere matematiche di, 293

Dr. T. H. Montgomery, 542 ; Origin of the Markings of
Bemporod (Dr. A.), zur Theorie der Extinktion des Lichtes Organisms, Prof. Packard, 542 ; Alternation of Gener-
in der Erdatmosphäre, 402

ations in Animals, C. H. Chamberlain, 590 ; Colour-
Bemrose (H. H. Arnold), on an Ossiferous Cave of

physiology of the Higher Crustacea, F. Keeble and Dr.
Pleistocene Age at Hoe Grange Quarry, Longcliffe, near F. W. Gamble, 621; Marine Biology : Report to the
Brassington (Derbyshire), 165, 488

Government of Ceylon on the Pearl Oyster Fisheries of
Ben Bulben District, the, 91

the Gulf of Manaar, W. A. Herdman, F.R.S., 395 ;
Ben Nevis, Inversions of Temperature on, Andrew Watt, Larva_and Spat of the Canadian Oyster, J. Stafford,
583

468; Eumedon convictor, a Crustacean accompanying a
Benham (Charles E.), Reversal in Influence Machines, Sea-urchin, E. L. Bouvier and G. Seurat, 479; Com-
320

munity of Type between South African and European
Bennett (H. G.), Chlorination of the Isomeric Chloronitro- Marine Annelids generally, Prof. McIntosh, 492 ;
benzenes, 478

Ecology and Deposits of the Cape Verde Marine Fauna,
Bennett (Henry W.), Intensification and Reduction, 341 C. Crossland, 502 ; a New British Marine Expedition,
Bentley (Richard), the Growth of Instrumental Meteor- 562 ; Distinct Second Family Type of Lancelets (Cephalo-
ology, 503

chordata), Dr. R. Goldschmidt, 590 ; Memoirs on Marine
Bentley (W. A.), Method of Studying Raindrops, 399 Biology, 618
Berbels (Prof. Max), Death of, 181

Bionomics of Exotic Flowers, the, Prof. Percy Groom, 26
Berget (A.), a Method of Reading Large Surfaces of Birds : Bird Notes from the Nile, Lady William Cecil, 150 ;
Mercury, 287

Birds by Land and Sea, the Record of a Year's Work
Bernard (Ch.), Assimilation Outside the Organism, 431 with Field Glass and Camera, J. M. Boraston, 179; a
Berridge (Douglas), Importance of including both Latin New British Bird! W. P. Pycraft, 201; Can Birds
and Science in a Scheme of General Education, 284

Smell? Dr. Alex. Hill, 318; Game, Shore, and Water
Bertelli (Father Timoteo), Death of, 420

Birds of India, with Additional References to their
Berthelot (M.), the Desiccation of Plants and Vegetable Allied Species in other Parts of the World, Colonel A.

Tissues, 71; Changes in Stems of Plants under Influence Le Messurier, 363 ; the Birds of Calcutta, F. Finn, 438;
of Desiccation, 119; Thermochemical Researches Birds I have known, Arthur H. Beavan, 581
Brucine and Strychnine, 527; Use of Quartz Vessels Bischoff (C. A.), Materialien der Stereochemie, 386
Limited, 544; Use of “ Hot and Cold Tube" in Proving Black (F. A.), Terrestrial Magnetism and its Causes, 557
the Existence of Chemical Reactions at High Tempera- Blackie's Handy Book of Logarithms, 271
tures, Experiments in Hermetically Sealed Quartz Tubes, Blaise (E. E.), Quadrivalent Oxygen, 240, 480 ; the Migra-
568

tion of Ethylene Linkage in Unsaturated Acyclic Acids,
Bertrand (Gabriel), a New Sugar from the Berries of the 311; Direct Fixation of Ethero-organo-magnesium

Mountain Ash, 96; Sorbierite, 167; Mountain Ash Derivatives on the Ethylene Linkage of Unsaturated
Berries and Sorbierite, 210

Esters, 383 ; Characterisation of Lactones by Means of
Besson (Louis), Extraordinary Halo Observed at Paris on Hydrazine, 527
March 26, 576

Blakeslee (A. F.), Sexual Reproduction of the Mucorineæ,
Beth (Dr. Karl), die orientalische Christenheit der Mittel- 61
meerlände, 53

Blanc (G.), the Reduction of the Anhydrides of the Dibasic
Bibliography of Agricultural Science, a, 188

Acids, 240; Methylcamphenylol, 287
Bibliography of Chemistry, 1492–1902, a Select, H. C. Bleekrode (Dr. L.), Death and Obituary Notice of, 540
Bolton, 317

Bloch (Dr. A.), Hair Follicles of Negroes, 452
Bibliography of Contemporary Astronomical Works, Prof. Bloch (Eugène), the Conductivity of Gases from a Flame,
Ernest Lebon, 234

96
Biela's Comet (?), Shower of Andromedids from, W. F. Blood Pressures in Man, Prof. T. Clifford Allbutt, F.R.S.,
Denning, 139

375
Bielid Meteors, Radiant Point of the, K. Bohlin, 469 Blue Flints at Bournemouth, J. W. Sharpe, 176
Bigourdan (G.), New Giacobini Comet, 575

Blue-stained Flints, Dr. F. J. Allen, 83: Thomas L. D.
Bilderzeugung in optischen Instrumenten Stand- Porter, 126

punkte der geometrischen Optik, die, Prof. G. H. Bryan, Blütenbiologie, Handbuch der, Prof. Percy Groom, 26
F.R.S., 217

Bodlaender (Dr. Guido), Death of, 325
Billiards Mathematically Treated, G. W. Hemming, S. H. Bodroux (F.), Mode of Formation of some Monosubstituted
Burbury, F.R.S., 362

Derivatives of Urethane, 624
Billy (M.), Production of the Hyposulphites, 575

Bog-slide in Roscommon, 207
Binary Star Ceti 82, Orbit of the, Prof. Aitken, 519 Bohlin (K.), Radiant Point of the Bielid Meteors, 469
Biology : Lord Kelvin on the Living Cell, 13; Archebiosis Boldt (Dr. J.), Trachoma, 198

and Heterogenesis, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., Bolton (H. C.), a Select Bibliography of Chemistry, 1492-
30; on the Origin of Flagellate Monads and of Fungus- 1902, 317
germs from Minute Masses of Zooglæa, Dr. H. Charlton Boltwood (Bertram B.), Radio-activity of Natural Waters,
Bastian, F.R.S., 77; Heterogenetic Fungus-germs, 233
George Massee, 175; Heterogenetic Origin of Fungus- Bombay, the Flora of the Presidency of, T. Cooke, 124
germs, Dr. H. Charlton Bastian, F.R.S., 272 ; Occur- Bone (W. A.), the Combustion of Ethylene, 70

on

vom

188€ 6, 1905

Bonjean (Ed.), Hydrogen Peroxide in the Nascent State, and Rubber Cankers, J. B. Carruthers, 615; the Limit

and its Bactericidal Activity on Organisms in Waters, 263 of an Antarctic Phytogeographical Zone, C. Skottsberg,
Books, Dates of Publication of Scientific, R. P. Paraiypye, 326; Résultats du Voyage du S.Y. Belgica en 1897,
320; B. Hobson, 440

1898, 1899, sous le Commandemant de A. de Gerlache
Books of Science, Forthcoming, 473

de Gomery, 337: Abbildungen der in Deutschland und
Boole (M. E.), the Preparation of the Child for Science, den angrenzenden Gebieten Vorkommenden Grundformen
316

der Orchideen-arten, Dr. F. Kränzlin, 341; Chemical
Booth (Wm. H.). Smoke Prevention and Fuel Economy, Composition of Aleurone Grains, S. Posternak, 359-60;

the Species of Dalbergia of South-eastern Asia, Dr. D.
Boraston (J. M.), Birds by Land and Sea, the Record of Prain, 363 ; Action on Plants of Röntgen and Radium
a Year's Work with Field Glass and Camera, 179

Rays, Dr. M. Koernicke, 373; Botanical Collecting,
Bordier's (M.) Supposed Demonstration of n-Rays by Dr. A. Henry, 380; some New Species and other Chinese

Photographic Methods, M. Chanoz and M. Perrigot, 287 Plants, W. J. Tutcher, 381 ; use of Leucine and Tyro-
Borneo, Wanderings in the Great Forests of, Travels and sine as Sources of Nitrogen for Plants, L. Lutz, 383 ;

Researches of a Naturalist in Sarawak, O. Beccari, 203 Utilisation of the Essential Oils in the Etiolated Plant,
Borrelly (M.), Another New Comet (1904 e), 233, 281; Eug. Charabot and Alex. Hébert, 408 ; Relations between
Observations of Comet 1904 d, 281

Bougainvillia fruticosa and Bougainvillia ramosa, Paul
Borrelly Comet 1904 e, Dr. E. Strömgren, 518; Revised Hallez, 408; the Genus Eucalyptus, J. H. Maiden, 422 ;
Elements for, M. Fayet, 400 ; see also Astronomy

Central Nucleus in the Cells of the Cyanophyceæ, Dr.
Botany : the Bionomics of Exotic Flowers, Prof. Percy 0. P. Phillips, 422 ; Revised Classification of Roses,

Groom, 26; the Pollination of Exotic Flowers, Ella M. J. G. Baker, F.R.S., 430; Assimilation outside the
Bryant, 249; the Direction of the Spiral in the Petals of Organism, Ch. Bernard, 431; Effect of Low Tempera-
Selenipedium, George Wherry, 31; the Available Plant tures on the Zoospores of the Algæ, E. C. Teodoresco,
Food in Soils, H. Ingle, 70; the Desiccation of Plants 432 ; Praktikum für morphologische und systematische
and Vegetable Tissues, M. Berthelot, 71; Changes in Botanik, Dr. Karl Schumann, 436; Comparative
Stems of Plants under Influence of Desiccation, M. Anatomy and Phylogeny of the Coniferales, Prof. E. C.
Berthelot, 119; the Pine-apple Gall of the Spruce, E. R.

Jeffery, 447 ;

Biologic Forms" of Erysiphe graminis,
Burdon, 71; Linnean Society, 70, 239, 430, 550, 599 ; E. S. Salmon, 468; Endophytic Adaptation shown by
New South Wales Linnean Society, 72, 263; Sexual Erysiphe graminis, D.C., under Cultural Conditions,
Reproduction of the Mucorineæ, A. F. Blakeslee, 61; E. S. Salmon, 598; the Giant Trees of Victoria, N. J.
Handbuch der Laubholzkunde, Camillo Karl Schneider, Caire, 468 ; Comparative Assimilability of Ammonia
Prof. Percy Groom, 76; Method of Preparing Clayed Salts, Amines, Amides, and Nitriles, L. Lutz, 480 ; the
Cocoa in Trinidad, 87; Trehalaše in Fungi, Em. Bour- Uses and Wonders of Plant-hairs, Kate E. Styan, 486;
quelot and H. Hérissey, 119; Law of Variation of Place-constants for Aster prenanthoides, G. H. Shull,
Weight of Penicillium glaucum as a Function of its 493 ; Fungi, Prof. H. Marshall Ward, F.R.S., at the
Age, Mlle. W. Stefanowska, 120; Vegetation in Atmo- Royal Institution, 496; Unsere Pflanzen, F. Söhns, 510;
spheres Rich in Carbon Dioxide, E. Demoussy, 120; Children's Wild Flowers, Mrs. J. M. Maxwell, 510;
die Sinnesorgane der Pflanzen, G. Haberlandt, 123; the Burbank's Fruit-hybrids, W. S. Harwood, 516; Sweet
Flora of the Presidency of Bombay, T. Cooke, 124; on Potatoes, H. H. Cousins, 542 ; Citrus Parasitic Fungus,
the Shape of the Stems of Plants, Lord Avebury, 142 ; Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, P. H. Rolfs, 542 ; Origin
Formation and Distribution of the Essential Oil in an and Composition of the Essence of Herb-Bennet Root,
Annual Plant, Eug. Charabot and G. Laloue, 144 ; Floral Em. Bourquelot and H. Hérissey, 551 ; Varieties of
Abnormalities produced by Parasites acting at a Dis- Cacao Trees existing in Ceylon, R. H. Lock, 567; Index
tance, Marin Molliard, 144 : Plants and Spore-infection, Kewensis Plantarum Phanerogamarum, W. T. Thiselton-
E. S. Salmon, 157; the Mistaken Idea that Birds are Dyer, 581; Geotropism in Plants, Dr. Linsbauer, 590;
Seed-carriers, F. Nicholson, 167; the Dissemination Pelomyxa palustris, Mrs. L. J. Veley, 599; Axillary
of Seeds by Birds, C. Oldham, 334 ; a New South African Scales of Aquatic Monocotyledons, Prof. Ř. J. Harvey
Cypress Callistric schwarzii, Dr. R. Marloth, 168 ; Gibson, 599 ; Action of Ether and Chloroform on Dried
the Plant Associations of the Auckland Isles, Dr. Seeds, Paul Becquerel, 600; Function of Fatty Material
Cockayne, 183: the Flowering of the Bamboo, A. Tingle, in Fungi, A. Perrier, 600 ; Flora of the Calcutta District, .
183; Proteid Digestion in Animals and Plants, Prof. Dr. Prain, 615
S. H. Vines, F.R.S., 189; some Peculiar Features in Bouchonnet (A.), Fluorides of Indium and Rubidium, 287
Seedlings of Peperomia, A. W. Hill, 191; the Resist- Boudouard (O.), Influence of Steam on the Reduction of
ance to Desiccation of some Fungi, Madame Z. Gatin- the Oxides of Iron by Carbon Monoxide and Dioxide, 263
Gruzewska, 191; on the Native °Flora of New South Bougault (J.), Action of Iodine and Yellow Oxide of Mer-
Wales, partii., R. H. Cambage, 192 ; a Treatise on cury on Unsaturated Acids, 119
the British Fresh-water Algæ, Prof. G. S. West, 194 ; Boule (Prof. Marcellin), Recent Exploration in the Men-
a Monograph of the British Desmidiaceæ, W. West and tone Caves, 276
Prof. G. S. West, 194 ; Morphologie und Biologie der Boulud (M.), Modifications of Glycolysis in the Capillaries
Algen, Dr. Friedrich Oltmanns, George Murray, F.R.S., caused by Local Modification of the Temperature, 23 ;
362; the Morphological Nature of the Ovary in the

the Reduction of Oxyhæmoglobin, 599
Crnus Cannabis, Dr. Prain, 209; Mountain Ash Berries Bourne (A. A.), Elementary Algebra, 507
and Sorbierite, M. Bertrand, 210; Mimicry among

Bournemouth, Blue Flints at, J. W. Sharpe, 176
Plants, Dr. R. Marloth, 232 : Flora of Hampshire, in- Bourquelot (Em.), Trehalase in Fungi, 119; Origin and
Huding the Isle of Wight, Frederick Townsend, 245; Composition of the Essence of Herb-Bennet Root, 551
Plant Associations in Moorland Districts, Francis J. Bousfield (W. R.), Electrical Conductivity and other Pro-
Lewis, 257. the Ascent of Water in Trees, Dr. Alfred perties of Sodium Hydroxide in Aqueous Solution, 141
1. Ewart, 261; a Yellow Race of Bacillus pseudarabinus Bouveault (L.), Methylcamphenylol, 287
from the Quince, Dr. R. Greig Smith, 263 ; Plant Radio- Bouvier (E. L.), Eumedon convictor, a Crustacean accom-
ativity, Paul Becquerel. 263: the Bacterial Origin of panying a Sea-urchin, 479
Macrozamia Gum, Dr. R. Greig Smith, 264 : Death and Bovell (Mr.), Sugar Cane Cultivation in Barbadoes, 304
Obituary Notice of J. G. Luehmann, 279 ; Trees, Prof. Brace (Josh.), the Culture of Fruit Trees in Pots, 314
H Marshall Ward, 290 ; Cassava Poisoning, Sir Daniel Bradley (O. C.), Trapezium of the Carpus of the Horse, 326
Morris, 305 : Chlorophyll Assimilation in the Absence of Brake, a Synchronising Electromagnetic, Henri Abraham,
Origen, Jean Friedel, 312 : the Culture of Fruit Trees 383
in Pots, Josh Brace, 314: Hints on Collecting and Pre- Brame (J. S. S.), Action of Acetylene on Aqueous and
terving Plants, S. Guiton, 317; the Fertilisation of Hydrochloric Acid Solutions of Mercuric Chloride, 598
Jasminum nudiflorum, Prof. John G. McKendrick, Brandy? What is, 11; Dr. V. H. Veley, F.R.S., 53 ; Dr. S.
FR.S., 319; the Cultivation and Preparation of Para Arch. Vasey, 53
Rubber, W. H. Johnson, 321, 352 : C. Simmonds, 321; Brewing Students, Laboratory Studies for, A. J. Brown, 173
* Indiarubber Euphorbia, Henri Jumelle, 600 ; Tea Bright Meteor, a, J. Ryan, 329

Bright Meteor, Real Path of a, H. Rosenberg, 569

Bessel's Method, 244; Forthcoming Opposition of Mars,
Bright Meteors, R. L. Jones, 449

494
Brightness of Encke's Comet, J. Holetschek, 469

Buddhism, Progressive, 428
Brioschi (Francesco), Opere matematiche di, 293

Buddon (E.), Elementary Pure Geometry with Mensuration,
British Association : Sir J. Eliot's Address at Cambridge, 507
J. R. Sutton, 6; Sir John Eliot, F.R.S., 7

Bull (L.), on the Registration of the n-Rays, 191
British Association Geological Photographs, 538

Buller (Prof. A. H. R.), Electrical Effects of Dryness of
British Association in South Africa, Forthcoming Meeting Atmosphere at Winnipeg, 448
of the, 323

Bumstead (Prof.), are Metals made Radio-active by the
British Bird! A New, W. P. Pycraft, 201

Influence of Radium Radiation ? 430
British Desmidiaceæ, a Monograph of the, W. West and Burbank's Fruit-Hybrids, W. S. Harwood, 516
Prof. G. S. West, 194

Burbury (S. H., F.R.S.), Billiards Mathematically Treated,
British Freshwater Algæ, a Treatise on the, Prof. G. S. G. W. Hemming, 362
West, 194

Burdon (E. R.), the Pine-apple Gall of the Spruce, 71
British India, the Topography of, Colonel Sir Thomas Burge (C. 0.), Connection between Engineering and
Holdich, C.B., 268

Science, 384
British Journal Photographic Almanac, 1905, the, 221 Burgerstein (Dr. Alfred), die Transpiration der Pflanzen, 51
British Marine Expedition, a New, 562

Burgess (C. H.), Alkaline Borates, 71; Physical Characters
British Museum : the History of the Collections contained of the Sodium Borates with a New Method for the De-

in the Natural History Departments of the British termination of Melting Points, 189; Cause of the Period
Museum, 485; Second Report on Economic Zoology, of Chemical Induction in the Union of Hydrogen and
Fred V. Theobald, 272

Chlorine, 380
Broca (André), Variation of the Specific Induction Power Burgess (G. K.), Measurements by Photometric Methods of
of Glass with the Frequency, 527

the Temperature of the Electric Arc, 132
Brochet (André), Influence of the Nature of the Anode on Burke (John Butler), Some Scientific Centres, vi., the

the Electrolytic Oxidation of Potassium Ferrocyanide, Physical Laboratory at the Museum d'Histoire natur-
119; Electrolysis of Organic Acids by means of the elle, Prof. Henri Becquerel, 177
Alternating Current, 407 ; Electrolytic Solution of Burke (J. B.), Fluorescence and Absorption, 597
Platinum in Sulphuric Acid, 479

Burma, Para Rubber Plantation at Mergui, 14
Brodie (F. J.), Decrease of Fog in London, 119

Burnside (Prof. W.), Groups of Order page, 166
Brooks (W. J.), Patent Flexible Curves and a Parabolic Burrard (Major S. G., F.R.S.), Report on the Identifica.
Curve, 15

tion and Nomenclature of Himalayan Peaks, Captain H.
Brooks's Comet 1904 I., Ephemeris for, 374

Wood, R.E., 42
Broom (Dr. R.), the Fossil Reptiles of South Africa, 232 ; Burrows (H.), Pinene Isonitrosocyanide and its Derivatives,

the Affinity of the Endothiodont Reptiles, 399 ; Affinities 550
of Procolophon, 575

Butt (Drinkwater), Practical Retouching, 317
Brough (Bennett H.), Annals of Coal Mining and the Coal Byk (Dr. A.), the Primary Formation of Optically Active
Trade, R. L. Galloway, 361

Substances in Nature, 210
Brown (A. J.), Laboratory Studies for Brewing Students, 173
Brown (Dr. Horace T., F.R.S.), the Reception and Utilisa-

tion of Energy by a Green Leaf, Bakerian Lecture at Cain (J. C.), the Diazo-reaction in the Diphenyl Series,
Royal Society, 522

part ii., Ethoxybenzidine, 239
Brown (Prof. J. Macmillan), the Maoris of North New Caire (N. J.), the Giant Trees of Victoria, 468
Zealand, 565

Calcium Metal, R. S. Hutton, 180;
Brown (R. N. Rudmose), the Second Antarctic Voyage of Calcutta, the Birds of, F: Finn, 438
the Scotia, 425

Calderwood (Mr.), Life-history of the Salmon, 214
Brown (W.), Physical Properties of a Series of Alloys of Caldwell (R. J.), Hydrolysis of Cane Sugar by d. and l-
Iron, 132

Camphor-B-Sulphonic Acids, 94
Browne (Frank Balfour), the Salmon Fisheries of England Callegari (A.), Nitroso-group in Organic Substances Iso-
and Wales, 18; the Fisheries of Scotland, 213

morphous with the Nitro-radical, 113
Brownell (L. W.), Photography for the Sportsman Cambage (R. H.), on the Native Flora of New South
Naturalist, 483

Wales, part ii., 192
Browning (Carl H.), Chemical Combination and Toxic Cambridge: Sir J. Eliot's Address at Cambridge, J. R.
Action as exemplified in Hæmolytic Sera, 238

Sutton, 6; Sir John Eliot, F.R.S., 7; the Previous Ex-
Bruce Photographic Telescope, the, Prof. Barnard, 424 amination at Cambridge, 55 ; Cambridge Philosophical
Brühl (M.), Attempts to Decide by Physical Methods the Society, 71, 166, 191, 430, 479, 550 ; Compulsory Greek at
Nature of Isodynamic Substances, 113

Cambridge, 273, 416; John C. Willis, 273 : Edward T.
Brunel (Léon), New Derivatives of Tetrahydrobenzene, Dixon, 295; A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 318; Prof. J. Wer-
191

theimer, 344; R. Vere Laurence, H. Rackham, and
Bruni (G.), Nitroso-group in Organic Substances Iso- A. C. Seward, F.R.S., 390 ; W. Bateson, F.R.S., 390 ;
morphous with the Nitro-radical, 113

X., 414; Prof. A. G. Tansley, 414; Edward T. Dixon,
Brunton (Sir Lauder), the Proposed National League for 414; Studies from the Anthropological Laboratory, the

Physical Education and Improvement, 252 ; Report of the Anatomy School, Cambridge, W. L. H. Duckworth, 433
Inter-Departmental Committee on Physical Degeneration, Cameron (A. T.), Variations in the Crystallisation of
252

Potassium Hydrogen Succinate, 383; Derivatives of the
Bryan (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), Average Number of Kinsfolk Sesquioxides, 623

in Each Degree, 9, 101; the Definition of Entropy, 31, Cameron (Dr. John), Ontogeny of the Neuron in Verte-
125; die Bilderzeugung in optischen Instrumenten, vom

brates, 431
Standpunkte der Geometrischen Optik, 217; Grundzüge Camichel (C.), Fluorescence, 311,
der Theorie der optischen Instrumente nach Abbe, Dr. Campbell (Dr. A. W.), Cerebral Localisation--the Brains of
Siegfried Czapski, 217; a History of European Thought Felis, Canis, and Sus compared with that of Homo. 357
in the Nineteenth century, John Theodore Merz, 241; Campbell (John Edward), Introductory Treatise on Lie's
the Form of the Surface of a Fowl's Egg, 254; a

Theory of Finite Continuous Transformation Groups, 49
National University Library, 366; Progress in Aërial | Campbell (J. M.), Notes on the Natural History of the
Navigation, 463 ; the Algebra of Invariants, J. H. Grace Bell Rock, 221
and A. Young, 601; the Dynamical Theory of Gases, Campbell (Prof.), Castor a Quadruple Star, 375 : Jupiter's
J. H. Jeans, 601; a Treatise on the Dynamics of Seventh Satellite, 149 : Variable Radial Velocity of
Particles and Rigid Bodies, E. T. Whittaker, 601

Sirius, 494 ; Radial Velocities of certain Stars, 519
Bryant (Ella M.), the Pollination of Exotic Flowers, 249 Canada : the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, 159 ;
Buchanan (Roberdeau), the Mathematical Theory of Geological Survey of Canada, 276; the Mineral Resources

Eclipses according to Chauvenet's Transformation of of Canada, 571

509

Canals, Seasonal Development of Martian, Mr. Lowell, Chapman (H. W.), the Projection of Two Triangles on

283; Alternating Variability of Martian, Mr. Lowell, 494 to the same Triangle, 478
Cancer : the Cancer Problem in a Nutshell, Dr. Robert Charabot (Eug.), Formation and Distribution of the Es-

Bell, 76; the Treatment of Cancer, Major Robson, 130 ; | sential Oil in an Annual Plant, 144; Utilisation of the
the Treatment of Cancer with Radium, 588; “ Cancer Essential Oils in the Etiolated Plant, 408

Research " Tumour in an Oyster, Harbert Hamilton, 37 | Characteristics, Inheritance of Acquired, D, E. Hutchins, 83
a Canis Minoris, Spectra of, E. Haschek and K. Kostersitz, Chassevant (Prof. Allyre), Précis de Chimie physiologique,

334
Cantin (G.), Destruction of Phylloxera by Lysol, 240 Chaudot (A.), the Perseids for 1904, 167
Cape Observatory, Annual Report of the, Sir David Gill, 63 | Chaudron (Joseph), Death of, 325
Capitan (M.). Man and the Mammoth at the Quaternary Chauveau (A.), Conflict between the Primary and Acci-
Period in the Soil of the Rue de Rennes, 312

dental Images, Applied to the Theory of Inevitable Vari-
Carbon Compounds, a Scheme for the Detection of the ability of Retinal Impressions, 599
more Common Classes of, Frank E. Weston, 175

Chavanne (M.). Physical Properties of Metallic Calcium,
Carbon Dioxide, Atmospheric and Oceanic, Dr. A. Harden, 327; Determinations of the Physical Constants of Pure
283 : Dr. A. Krogh, 283

Marsh Gas, 400 ; Liquefaction of Allene and Allylene, 600
Carboniferous Flora, the Early History of Seed-bearing Chemistry : Tables for Qualitative Chemical Analysis, Prof.

Plants as recorded in the, Wilde Lecture at Manchester A. Liversidge, F.R.S., 4; What is Brandy ? ; Dr.
Literary and Philosophical Society, Dr. D. H. Scott, V. H. Veley, F.R.S., 53; Dr. S. Arch. Vasey, 53 ;. Ex-
F.R.S., 426

traction of Vanadium rom the Natural Lead Vanadate,
Carey (A. È.), Coast Erosion and Protection, Paper read at H. Herrenschmidt, 24; a New Anhydride of Dulcite, P.
the Institution of Civil Engineers, 92

Carré, 24; New Method for preparing Organic Deriya-
Carnegie Institution, a Contemplated Magnetic Survey of tives of Phosphorus, V. Auger, 24; Action of the

the North Pacific Ocean by the, Dr. L. A. Bauer, 389 ; Chlorides of Phosphorus on the Organomagnesium Com-
Report of the Carnegie Institution, 1904. 521

pounds of the Aromatic Series, R. Sauvage, 47 ; Mono-
Carré (P.), a New Anhydride of Dulcite, 24

graphieen aus der Geschichte der Chemie, viii. Heft.,
Carruthers (J. B.), Tea and Rubber Cankers, 615

Justus von Liebig und Friedrich Mohr in ihren Briefen
Carter (Herbert R.), Spinning and Twisting of Long Vege von 1834-1870, 25; Elementary Manual for the Chemical

table Fibres (Flax, Hemp, Jute, Tow, and Ramie). 579 Laboratory, Dr. Louis Warner Riggs, 28; Trend of
Cartography: the First True Maps, C. Raymond Beazley, Invention in Chemical Industry, J. Fletcher Moulton,
159

F.R.S., 36; Studies on Enzyme Action, George Senter,
Carus-Wilson (Cecil), Super-cooled Rain Drops, 320

46; the Tetraoxycyclohexane-rosanilines, Jules Schmidlin,
Castor a Quadruple Star, Prof. Campbell, 375

47 ; Atomic Weight of Aluminium, M. Kohn-Abrest, do:
Cars, Thinking, J. N., 9; R. Langton Cole, 31

Suggested New Source of Aluminium, Miss B. Pool, 88;
Cattle-disease: Temperature of Healthy Dairy Cattle and Action of Methylene Chloride upon Toluene in the Pre-
of Tuberculous Cattle, Prof. G. H. Wooldridge, 623

sence of Aluminium Chloride, James Lavaux, 167 ; the
Cattle-ways, Neolithic Dew-ponds and, A. J. Hubbard and Power of Aluminium to Absorb the Vapour of Mercury,
G. Hubbard, 611

N. Tarugi, 352 ; Compounds of Aluminium Chloride with
Cave of Pleistocene Age, on an Ossiferous, at Hoe Grange Hydrocarbons and Hydrogen Chloride, G. Gustavson,

Quarry, Longcliffe, near Brassington (Derbyshire), H. H. 576; Action of Halogen Derivatives of the Metalloids on

Iraold Bemrose and E. T. Newton, F.R.S., 165, 488 Halogen Alkyl Compounds, V. Auger, 47; the Tetra-
Cave-Browne-Cave (F. E.), Influence of the Time Factor on hydride and Decahydride of Naphthalene, Henri Leroux,

the Correlation between the Barometric Heights at 43; the Density of Nitrous Oxide and the Atomic Weight
Stations more than 1000 Miles Apart, 379

of Nitrogen, Philippe A. Guye and Alexandre Pintza,
Cecil (Lady William). Bird Notes from the Nile, 150

47 ; Constitution of Nitrogen lodide, O. Silberrad, 70;
Celestial Photography at High Altitudes, Prof. Payne and Atomic Weight of Iodine and Nitrogen, 374 ; Metallic
Dr. H. C. Wilson, 114

Derivatives of Nitrogen Iodide, 0. Silberrad, 166; Op-
Central European Longitudes, Discussion of, Prof. Th. tically Active Nitrogen Compounds, Miss M. B. Thomas
Albrecht, 424

and H. 0. Jones, 166; the Trioxide of Nitrogen, M.
i Cephei, Light-curve of, Dr. B. Meyermann, 234

Wittorfi, 281; the Atomic Weights of Hydrogen and
Cerulli (V.), Reality of Various Features on Mars, 592 Nitrogen, A. Leduc, 503 ; the Oxidation of Ethyl and
Cetacea: Pinnipedia a Sub-order of Cetacea ! 125; Methyl Alcohols at their Boiling Points, René Duchemin
Measurements of Whales at Balena, Newfoundland, F. A. and Jacques Dourien, 48; the Industrial and Artistic
Lucas, 326

Technology of Paint and Varnish, A. H. Sabin, C. Sim-
Ceri 82, Orbit of the Binary Star, Prof. Aitken, 519

monds, 50; Food Inspection and Analysis, Albert E.
Leylon, Report to the Government of, on the Pearl Oyster Leach, C. Simmonds, 50; Chemical Analysis for Be-

Fisheries of the Gulf of Manaar, W. A. Herdman, ginners, F. Southerden, 54; Prof. Mendeléeff on the
F.R.S.. 395

Chemical Elements, 65; Dynamic Isomerism of a- and
Chabrie (C.), Fluorides of Indium and Rubidium, 287

B-Crotonic Acids, R. S. Morrell and E. K. Hanson, 70;
raadwick (H. M.). Studies on Anglo-Saxon Institutions, the Available Plant Food in Soils, H. Ingle, 70; Basic

Properties of Oxygen, J. B. Cohen and J. Gatecliff, 70;
Challenger Society, 381

Influence of Potassium Persulphate on the Estimation of
Challinor (R. W.). Approximate Colorimetric Estimation Hydrogen Peroxide, J. A. N. Friend, 70; Hydrogen

of Xickel and Cobalt in Presence of One Another, 384 Peroxide in the Nascent State and its Bactericidal Ac-
Chalmers (S. D.), the Theory of Symmetrical Optical tivity on Organisms in Water, Ed. Bonjean, 263 ; Action
Obiectives, part ii., 380

of Hydrogen Peroxide on Carbohydrates in Presence of
Chamberlain (C. H.), Alternation of Generations in Animals, Ferrous Sulphate, R. S. Morrell and A. E. Bellars, 478:
390

Role of Diffusion in the Catalysis of Hydrogen Peroxide
Chamberlin (Thomas C.), Geology, 267

by Colloidal Platinum, Dr. George Senter, 574; the
Chaney (H. J.). Construction and Verification of a New Combustion of Ethylene, W. A. Bone and R. V. Wheeler,
Copy of the Imperial Standard Yard, 543

70; Chemical Society, 70, 110, 165, 239, 358, 382, 455,
Change in the Colour of Moss Agates, C. Simmonds, 54; 478, 549, 598; the Future of Science in England, R. B.
A. Hutchinson, 101

Haldane at the Chemical Society, 589 ; Alkaline Borates,
Changes upon the Moon's Surface, Prof. William H. C. H. Burgess and A. Holt, jun., 71; Boron Trifluoride
Pickering. 226

and Silicon Tetrafluoride, Henri Moissan, 71; Action of
Chanoz (M.), on M. Bordier's Supposed Demonstration of Low Temperatures on Colouring Matters, Jules Schmid-
--Ravs by Photographic Methods, 287

lin, 71.; Preparation of lodide of Gold by the Action of
Chapman (D. L.), Cause of the Period of Chemical In Todine on Gold, Fernand Meyer, 72 ; Cyaniding Gold and

duction in the Union of Hydrogen and Chlorine, 380 Silver Ores, H. Forbes Julian and Edgar Smart, 292 ;
Chapman (F. M.), a Flamingo City, Breeding-places of the B-Bromobutyric Acid, M. Lespieau, 72; Formation of
American Flamingo in the Bahamas, 156

Formaldehyde during the Combustion of Tobacco, A.

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