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the Moon, Sir Arch. Geikie, F.R.S., 348; Observations of Morton (Dr. Reginald), Light-energy, its Physics, Physiothe Recent Eclipse of the, M. Puiseux, 518

logical Action, and Therapeutics, Dr. Margaret A. Moon and Barometer, the, Alex. B. MacDowall, 320

Cleaves, 269
Moore (Prof. B.), Physical Chemistry of Anæsthesia, 499; Moschick (Herr), Encke's Comet (1904 b), 114

a Primer of Physiology, Prof. E. H. Starling, F.R.S., Mosquitoes destroyed by Fish, Kenrick Gibbons, 446
556; Elementary Practical Physiology, John Thornton Mosquitoes and Malaria, Major Ronald Ross, F.R.S., 590
556 ; Absence or Marked Diminution of Free Hydrochloric Moss Agates, Change in the Colour of, W. A. Whitton, 31;
Acid in the Gastric Contents in Malignant Disease of C. Simmonds, 54; A. Hutchinson, 101
Organs other than the Stomach, 596

Moss (Richard J.), Helium in Pitchblende, 158 Moorish Designs, Magic Origin of, Dr. Ed. Westermarck, Mosso (Prof.), the Monte Rosa and Col d'Olen Inter165

national Laboratories, 443 Moorland Districts, Plant-associations in, Francis J. Lewis, Motion of Clouds, the General, Prof. H. H. Hildebrands257

son, 329 Morbology: Lectures on the Diseases of Children, Dr. Motion in a Compressible Fluid, Theory of Rapid, 196

Robert Hutchison, 28; Tumour in an Oyster, Harbert Motor-cars, Oils for, C. Simmonds, 205
Hamilton, 37; Trypanosomiasis in French West Africa, Motors, Electric, H. M. Hobart, 1
A. Laveran, 47; Trypanosome Diseases, Prof. Robert Mott (Dr. F. W.), Studies in National Eugenics, 402
Koch, 112; Trypanosomiasis and the Tsetse-fly in Mottez (Lucien), la Matière, l'Éther

les

Forces French Guinea, A. Laveran, 287; Comparative Effects physiques, 486 of the Trypanosomata of Gambia Fever and Sleeping Mottier (David M.), Fecundation in Plants, 218 Sickness upon Rats, H. G. Plimmer, 379; on Surra and Moulton (J. Fletcher, F.R.S.), Trend of Invention in the Differentiation of Trypanosomes, A. Laveran and Chemical Industry, 36 F. Mesnil, 551; Sleeping Sickness in the Congo, 60; Mount Everest : the Story of a Long Controversy, Captain Sleeping Sickness in Congo Free State, Messrs. Dutton, H. Wood, R.E., Major S. G. Burrard, F.R.S., 42; Todd, and Christy, 499; Relationship of Human Try- Douglas W. Freshfield, 82 panosomiasis to Congo Sleeping Sickness, Messrs. Dutton, Moureau (G.), a New Class of lons, 143 Todd, and Christy, 499; Identity of Various Trypano- Moureux (Th.), the Large Solar Spot of February, 1905,-431 somes of Man, Dr. Thomas and Mr. Linton, 499; the Muff (H. B.), the Pre-Glacial Raised Beach of the South Congo Floor Maggot, Messrs. Dutton, Todd, and Christy, Coast of Ireland, 17 499; the Parasites of Small-pox and Vaccinia, Dr. W. E. Muir (M. M. Pattison), the Elements of Chemistry, 582 de Korté, 112 ; the Cancer Problem in a Nutshell, Dr. Muir (Prof. Robert), Chemical Combination and Toxic Robert Bell, 76; the Treatment of Cancer with Radium, Action as Exemplified in Hæmolytic Sera, 238 588 ; Absence or Marked Diminution of Free Hydrochloric Muller (P. Th.), Constitution of the Sodium Salts of certain Acid in the Gastric Contents in Malignant Disease of Methenic and Methinic Acids, 239 Organs other than the Stomach, Prof. Benjamin Moore, Mundy (A. T.), Craniology of Man and the Anthropoid Dr. W. Alexander, R. E. Kelly, and H. E. Roaf, 596 ; Apes, 125 Conclusions of the Committee on Dr. Doyen's Treatment Murphy (E. C.), Destructive Floods in the United States in of Cancer, 208; Two Distinct Forms of Tubercle Bacilli, 1903, 308 Human and Bovine, 130; (1) Transmissibility of Tuber- Murray (D.), Museums, their History and their Use, with culosis of the Monkey to the Ox and Goat; (2) on the a Bibliography and List of Museums in the United Use of Tuberculin in the Detection of Tuberculosis, Prof. Kingdom, 554 A. E. Mettam, 503 ; Interim Report of British Association Murray (George, F.R.S.), Morphologie und Biologie der Committee on Ankylostomiasis in Britain, 209; Destruc- Algen, Dr. Friedrich Oltmanns, 362 ; on a Method of tion of Rats and Disinfection on Shipboard, with Special Using the Tow-net as an Opening and Closing Tow-net, Reference to Plague, Drs. Haldane and Wade, 209; 364 ; a New Rhabdosphere, 501 Bacteriological Diagnosis of Plague, Dr. Klein, 237 ; | Murray (Sir John), Relation of Oceanography to other Plague at Sydney in 1903, Dr. Ashburton Thompson, Sciences, 381 542 ; Bacteria of Proteus vulgaris, Dr. Sidney Martin, Murray (J.), New Family and Twelve New Species of 237; Bilharzia, Dr. Symmers, 307; Fevers in the Dinaj- Rotifera of the Order Bdelloida, 383 ; the Rhizopods and pur District, Dr. L. Rogers, 336 ; Vitality of the Typhoid Heliozoa of Loch Ness, 623 Bacillus in Shell-fish, Dr. Klein, F.R.S., 421; Epidemic Murray (Dr. J. Erskine), a Simple Differentiating Machine, of Typhoid at Lincoln, 421; Mosquitoes and Malaria, 38 Major Ronald Ross, F.R.S., 590

Museum History, a Contribution to, 485 Morel (M.), Carbimide of Natural Leucine, 431; Sub-Museums, their History and their Use, with a Bibliography stituted Ureas from Natural Leucine, 551

and List of Museums in the United Kingdom, D. Moreux (Th.), Nature of Sun-spots, 592

Murray; 554
Morozewicz (Prof. J.), Beckelite, 305

Museums' Journal, the, 57
Morphology : Morphologie und Biologie der Zelle, Dr. Mutation, Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell, 366

Alexander Gurwitsch, 174; Morphologische Studien, als Muttrich (Dr. Anton), Death of, 278
Beitrag zur Methodologie zoologischer Probleme, Tad.
Garbowski, 265; Morphologie und Biologie der Algen,
Dr. Friedrich Oltmanns, George Murray, F.R.S., 362 ; Nagaoka (Prof. H.), Effect of Temperature on the Mag-
Morphology, Prof. A. Giard, 422 ; Ontogeny of the netisation of Steel, Nickel, and Cobalt, 448
Neuron in Vertebrates, Dr. John Cameron, 431; Nance (J. T.), a Carbide of Magnesium, 599
Morphology and Anthropology, W. L. H. Duckworth, Natal Observatory, Report of the, E. Nevill, 282
433 ; Praktikum für morphologische und systematische National Antarctic Expedition, Captain Scott, 41
Botanik, Dr. Karl Schumann, 436; Morphological National Efficiency in Japan, Education and, Dr. Henry
Superiority of the Male Sex in Animals, Dr. T. H.

Dyer, 150
Montgomery, 542

National Physical Laboratory, 495 Morrell (R. S.), Dynamic Isomerism of a- and B-Crotonic National University Library, a, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S.,

Acids, 70; Action of Hydrogen Peroxide on Carbohydrates 366 in Presence of Ferrous Sulphate, 478; Compounds of Native Tribes of South-east Australia, the, A. W. Howitt, Guanidine with Sugars, 479

A. Ernest Crawley, 225 Morris (Sir Daniel), Cassava Poisoning, 305; Agriculture Natural History: Notes of an East Coast Naturalist, in the West Indies, 350

Arthur H. Patterson, 4; Nature Teaching, F. Watts and Morris-Airey (H.), Determination of Wave-length in the W. G. Freeman, 5; Thinking Cats, Y. N., 9; R. Extreme Ultra-violet Part of the Spectrum, 191

Langton Cole, 31; Reason in Dogs, Arthur J. Hawkes, Morrow (J.), an Interference Apparatus for the Calibration 54 ; Intelligence in Animals, J. E. A. T., 102 ; Rev. Joseph

of Extensometers, 47 ; the Distribution of Velocity in a Meehan, 176; T. S. Patterson, 201; F. J. Allen, 222; Viscous Fluid over the Cross-section of a Pipe, and the F. C. Constable, 102 ; the “ Spout " of Whales, Dr. G. M. Action at the Critical Velocity, 621

Allen, 38; House, Garden, and Field, a Collection of

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Short Nature Studies, L. C. Miall, 52; the Glamour of New Britain, Zoological Results based on Material from,
the Earth, George A. B. Dewar, 53 : Linnean Society, Dr. Arthur Willey, 411
70, 239, 430, 550, 599; New South Wales Linnean New Guinea, Zoological Results based on Material from,
Society, 72, 192, 263 : the Story without an End, Sarah Dr. Arthur Willey, 411
Austin, 76; the Ben Bulben District, 91; Curious Traits New Jersey, the Glacial Geology of, Rollin D. Salisbury,
displayed by Ants, Miss A. M. Fielde, 112; the Ad-

186
venture of Cock Robin and his Mate, R. Kearton, 152; New South Wales, the Commercial Timbers of, J. H.
the Intelligent Horse “ Clever Hans, Prof. Stumpf,

Maiden, 157
156, the " Nature-study " of Birds, J. M. Boraston, 179; New South Wales Linnean Society, 72, 192, 263
the Lubbock Formicarium, 181; Across the Great St. New South Wales Royal Society, 72, 168, 335, 384
Bernard, the Modes of Nature and the Manners of Men, New Zealand, the Animals of, an Account of the Colony's
A. R. Sennett, 197; a Fauna of the North-west High- Air-breathing Vertebrates, F. W. Hutton and J. Drum-
lands and Skye, J. A. Harvie-Brown and H. A. Mac- mond, 199
Pherson, 202; Wanderings in the Great forests of Newcomb (Prof.), the Eclipse of Agathocles in the Year
Borneo, Travels and Researches of a Naturalist in - 309, 311
Sarawak, O. Beccari, 203 : Notes on the Natural History Newman (Dr. George), Bacteriology and the Public Health,
of the Bell Rock, J. M. Campbell, 221; Second Report 388
on Economic Zoology, British Museum (Natural History), Newton (E. T., F.R.S.), an Ossiferous Pleistocene Cavern
Fred V. Theobold, 272 ; Stories from Natural History, at Hoe Grange Quarry, 165; on an Ossiferous Cave of
Richard Wagner, 317; Can Birds Smell ? Dr. Alex. Hill, Pleistocene Age at Hoe Grange Quarry, Longcliffe, near
318; on a Method of Using the Tow-net as an Opening Brassington (Derbyshire), 488
and Closing Tow-net, George Murray, F.R.S., 364; the Nichols (E. L.), Absorptive Power of Fluorescent Sub-
Natural History of Animals, the Animal Life of the stances during Active Fluorescence, 423
World in its Various Aspects and Relations, J. R. A. Nicholson (F.), the Mistaken Idea that Birds are Seed-
Davis, 369; the Imperial Guide to India, including carriers, 167
Kashmir, Burma, and Ceylon, 387; Tenacity to Life of Nicolardot (Paul), Ferric Ethylate, 551
a Grass-snake, E. V. Windsor, 390 ; the Country Day Nicolucci (Prof. Giustiniano), Obituary Notice of, 39
by Day, E. K. Robinson, 418; a Naturalist's Journal, Night, Fishing at, S. W., 201; F. G. Afalo, 221
E. K. Robinson, 418; the Glacial Fauna and Flora of the Nijland (Prof.), Observations of Comets 1904 d and 1904 e,
Plateau of Baraque-Michel, Ardennes, L. Frederico, 468 ; 281
Photography for the Sportsman Naturalist, L. 'W. Nile, Bird Notes from the, Lady William Cecil, 150
Brownell, 183; the History of the Collections contained Nippoldt (A.), Simultaneous Occurrence of Solar and Mag-
in the Natural History Departments of the British netic Disturbances, 16
Museum, 485; Superstitions about Animals, Frank Solan (Thomas), the Telescope, 460
Gibson, 310; Peeps into Nature's Ways, being Chapters Nordenskjöld (Dr. N. Otto G.), Antarctica, or Two Years
on Insect, Plant, and Minute Life, J. J. Ward, 512; the amongst the Ice of the South Pole, 560
Legendary Suicide of the Scorpion, Prof. Edward B. Nordmann (Charles), Measurements of the Conductivity
Poulton, F.R.S., 534; the Mammals and Birds of Liberia, of Dielectrics by Means of Ionised Gases, 263 ; Automatic
Sir Harry Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 574; Richard Registration of Atmospheric Ionisation, 407; Structure
Jefferies, his Life and Ideals, H. S. Salt, 582

of the Corona, 469
Naturbegriffe und Natururteile. Hans Driesch, 270

North (S. H.), Oil Fuel, its Supply, Composition, and
Naturdenkmäler und Vorschläge zur ihrer erhaltung, die

Application, 531
Gefährdung der, H. Conwentz, 73

North African Petroglyphs, E. F. Gautier, 570
Saturwissenschaft, Religion und, eine Antwort an Prof. North America, Glaciation in, Rollin D. Salisbury, 186
Ladenburg, Prof. Arthur Titius, 27

Northall-Laurie (D.), Action of Carbon Monoxide on
Naturwissenschaftlicher Grundlage, Philosophische Propä-

Ammonia, 598
deutik auf, August Schulte-Tigges, 27

Notices sur l'Électricité, A. Cornu, i
Naval Architecture : the Institution of Naval Architects, November Meteors of 1904, the, W. F. Denning, 93
594 : Report of the Council, 594 ; Spread of the Steam Number of Kinsfolk in each Degree, Average, Dr. Francis
Turbine for Marine Propulsion, Lord Glasgow, 594 ;

Galton, F.R.S., 30, 248; Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 101
Design of the Antarctic Exploration Vessel Discovery, Nutting (C. C.), American Hydroids, part ii., Sertularidæ,
W. E. Smith, 594; Hollow versus Straight Lines, R. E. 331
Froude, 595; Special Brasses for Naval Construction, L. Nutting (P. G.), the Transition from Primary to Secondary
Guillet, 616

Spectra, 63
Naval Engineering. Death and Obituary Notice of Beau-
champ Tower, 253
Naval Observatory, Report of the l'nited States, Rear- Observations of Occultations by Planets, Dr. T. J. J. See,
Admiral Chester, 211

185
Xavigation : New Dover-Ostend Mail Boat a Turbine Observatories : Harvard College Observatory, Plan for the

Steamer, 111; Submarine Signalling by Sound, J. B. Endowment of Astronomical Research, Prof. E. C.
Millet, 595

Pickering, 40; Annual Report of the Cape Observatory,
Xavigation, Progress in Aērial, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., Sir David Gill, 63; the Companion to the Observatory,
463

186; Report of the United States Naval Observatory,
Nebula, the Dumbbell, Louis Rabourdin, 40

Rear-Admiral Chester, 211; Astronomical “ Annuario
Nebulæ, Photography of Planetary, W. S. Franks, 618 of the Turin Observatory, 256; Report of the Natal
Vebulous Areas in Scorpio, Variable Stars and, Miss H. S. Observatory, E. Nevill, 282; the Jesuit Observatory at
Leavitt, 282

Belen, Havana, 282; Report of the Yale Observatory,
Neilson (R. M.), Possibilities of Gas Turbines from a 1900-4, Dr. Elkin, 354; the Pic du Midi Observatory,
Scientific Standpoint, 87

M. L. Rudaux, 354 ; the Government Observatory at
Neolithic Deposits in the North-east of Ireland, George Victoria, P. Baracchi, 449 ; Magnetic and Meteorological
Coffey and R. Lloyd Praeger, 444

Observatory, New Year Island, Captain H. L. Cros-
Neolithic Dew-ponds and Cattle-ways, A. J. Hubbard and thwaite, 515; Observations at Hong Kong Observatory in
G. Hubbard, 611

1903, 516; Stonyhurst College Observatory, Father Sid-
Nest of the Fighting Fish, the, E. H. Waite, 450

greaves, 592
Neu (L.), a New Safety Arrangement for Electrical Mains Oceanic Carbon Dioxide, Atmospheric and, Dr. A. Harden,
at High Tension, 47

283 ; Dr. A. Krogh, 283
Neurology : Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Nervous Oceanography: Observations océanographiques et météor-

System, Sir William R. Gowers, F.R.S., 6; Arris and ologiques dans la Région du Courant de Guinée (1855-
Gale Lectures on the Neurology of Vision, J. Herbert 1900), 293 ; Relation of Oceanography to other Sciences,
Parsons, 340

Sir John Murray, 381; zur Bildung der ozeanischen
Nexill (E.). Report of the Natal Observatory, 282

Salzablagerung, J. H. van 't Hofi, 508

vom

Oceanu (P.), Physiological Effects of Ovariotomy in the Origin of Life, the, George. Hookham, 9, 101; Geologist,
Goat, 312

31; Dr. F. J. Allen, 54
Occultations by Planets, Observations of, Dr. T. J. J. Origin of Lunar Formation, G. Romanes, 256 ; . Dr.
See, 185

Johnston-Lavis, 256; Dr. G. K. Gilbert, 256
Oil: l'Industrie oléicole (Fabrication de l'Huile d'Olive), Origin of Radium, the, W. C. D. Whetham, F.R.S., 319
J. Dugast, 6

Ornithology : Bird Notes from the Nile, Lady William
Oil Fuel, its Supply, Composition, and Application, S. H. Cecil, 150; the Adventure of Cock Robin and his Mate,
North, 531

R. Kearton, 152 ; a Flamingo City, Breeding-places of
Oils for Motor-cars, C. Simmonds, 205

the American Flamingo in the Bahamas, F. M. Chap-
Okada (T.), the Duration'of Rainfall, 305,

man, 156; the Mistaken Idea that Birds are Seed.
Oldham (C.), the Dissemination of Seeds by Birds, 334 carriers, F. Nicholson, 167; Birds by Land and Sea,
Olive, Fabrication de l'Huile d', l'Industrie oléicole, J. the Record of a Year's Work with Field Glass and
Dugast, 6.

Camera, J. M. Boraston, 179; a New British Bird !
Oltmanns (Dr. Friedrich), Morphologie und Biologie der W. P. Pycraft, 201; Can Birds Smell ? Dr. Alex. Hill,
Algen, 362

318; Game, Shore, and Water Birds of India, with
Ommanney (Admiral Sir Erasmus, K.C.B., F.R.S.), Death Additional References to their Allied Species in other
and Obituary Notice of, 207

Parts of the World, Colonel A. Le Messurier, 363 ; the
Omori (Prof.), Variations of Sea Level on the East Coast Birds of Calcutta, F. Finn, 438 ; Birds I have known,

of Japan, 20; Relation between the Variations in Lati- Arthur H. Beavan, 581; Weight of the Brain as a Func-
tude at Tokio' and the Occurrence of Earthquakes in tion of the Body Weight in Birds, L. Lapicque and P.
Japan, 309

Girard, 600
Ophthalmology : Trachoma, Dr. J. Boldt, 198; Arris and Orthoptera, a Synonymic Catalogue of, W. F. Kirby, 459

Gale Lectures on the Neurology of Vision, J. Herbert Osborn (Prof. H. F.), Evolution of the Horse in America,
Parsons, 340

61; Ichthyosaurs, - 279; Sauropod Dinosaurs, 613;
Opposition of Mars, Forthcoming, R. Buchanan, 494

Armadillos from the Bridger Eocene, 615
Optics : Stereoscopy without a Stereoscope, J. Violle, 23 ; Oscillation, Lissajous's Figures by Tank, T. Terada, 296
on a Property of Lenses, Dr. G. E. Allan, 47; Appa- Osmond (F.), the Micrographical Study of the Meteorite
ratus for Direct Determination of the Curvatures of of the Diablo Canyon, 287
Small Lenses, Dr. C. y. Drysdale, 142 ; Crystals Show- Ossiferous Cave of Pleistocene Age, on an, at Hoe Grange
ing the Phenomenon of Luminous Rings, Prof. S. P. Quarry, Longcliffe, near Brassington, Derbyshire, H. H.
Thompson, 142; Optically Active Nitrogen Compounds,

Arnold Bemrose and E. T. Newton, F.R.S., 165, 488
Miss M. B. Thomas and H. 0. Jones, 166; Death of Ostwald (Wilhelm), the Principles of Inorganic Chemistry,
Prof. Macé de Lépinay, 181 ; the Primary Formation of 388 ; die Schule der Chemie, 435
Optically Active Substances in Nature, Dr. A. Byk, 210; Other Side of the Lantern, the, Sir Frederick Treves,
die Bilderzeugung in optischen Instrumenten,

Bart, 553
Standpunkte der geometrischen Optik, Prof. G. H. Otsuki (C.), Photographic Activity of Hydrogen Peroxide,
Bryan, F.R.S., 217; Grundzüge der Theorie der 468
optischen Instrumente nach Abbe, Dr. Siegfried Czapski, Oxford Discovery, a Great, Prof. Karl Pearson, F.R.S.,
Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 217; the Optical Dictionary, 510
248 ; Interference Fringes produced by a System of Two Oxygen Band Series, Deslandres's Formula for the Lines
Perpendicular Mirrors, G. Lippmann, 263 ; Death of in the, Prof. Deslandres, 63
Prof. Ernst Abbe, 278; Obituary Notice of, 307; a Oyster, Larva and Spat of the Canadian, J. Stafford, 468
Method of Reading Large Surfaces of Mercury, A.
Berget, 287; “Verant" Lens for Stereoscopic Effect Pacific Ocean, a Contemplated Magnetic Survey of the
with Monocular Vision, Walter Stahlberg, 305 ; Theory North, by the Carnegie Institution, Dr. L. A. Bauer,
of Symmetrical Optical Objectives, part, ii., S. D. 389
Chalmers, 380 ; Phosphorescence of Phosphorus, E. Jung- Packard (Dr. A. S.), Death of, 420; Obituary Notice of,
fleisch, 407; Absorptive Power of Fluorescent Substances 466
during Active Fluorescence, E. L. Nichols and Ernest Packard (Prof.), Origin of the Markings of Organisms,
Merritt, 423; Application of the Iris Diaphragm in 542
Astronomy, M. Salet, 455 ; an Introduction to the Theory Pages from a Country Diary, P. Somers, 175.
of Optics, Prof. A. Schuster, F.R.S., 457 ; the Telescope, Paint and Varnish, the Industrial and Artistic Technology
Thomas Nolan, 460; the Ashe-Finlayson Compara- of, A. H. Sabin, C. Simmonds, 50
scope," D. Finlayson, 478 : Photomicrography by Ultra- Palæobotany : on the Reconstruction of a Fossil Plant,
violet Light, Dr. A. Kohler, 517; Two Cases of Tri- Lyginodendron Oldhamium, Dr. Dukinfield H. Scott,
chromic Vision, Dr. F. W. Edridge-Green, 573; Fluor- F.R.S., 47; Comparative Age of Flora of Eastern North
escence and Absorption, J. B. Burke, 597; Conflict America, Dr. J. W. Hashberger, 61; Palæozoic Seed
between the Primary and Accidental Images applied to Plants, E. A. N. Arber, 68; Models of Palæozoic Seeds
the Theory of Inevitable Variability of Retinal Im- and Cones, H. E. H. Smedley, 183; Fossil Plants from
pressions, A. Chauveau, 599; Dichroism produced by the Palæozoic Rocks, v., New Sphenophyllaceous Cone
Radium in Colourless Quartz, and a Thermoelectric from the Lower Coal-measures, Dr. D. H. Scott, F.R.S.,
Phenomenon in Striated Smoky Quartz, N. Egoroff, 164; Lepidocarpon and the Gymnosperms, Dr. D. H.
600 ; Photograph of a Lightning Flash showing the Air Scott, F.R.S., 201; Sporangium-like Organs of Glosso-
in Incandescence, Em. Touchet, 600 ; Ellipsoidal Lenses, pteris Browniana, E. A. Newell Arber, 382 ; the Early
R. J. Sowter, 622

History of Seed-bearing Plants as Recorded in the
Orbit of the Binary Star Ceti 82, Prof. Aitken, 519

Carboniferous Flora, Wilde Lecture Manchester
Orbit of Sirius, the, Prof. Doberck, 133

Literary and Philosophical Society, Dr. D. H. Scott,
Orbits of Minor Planets, Prof. J. Bauschinger, 469

F.R.S., 426; Plants from the Coal-measures Found in
Orchideen-arten, Abbildungen der in Deutschland und den the Borings at Éply, Lesménils, and Pont-à-Mousson,

angrenzenden Gebieten Vorkommenden Grundformen der, R. Zeiler, 551; the Grains Found Attached to Pecto
Dr. F. Kränzlin, 341

pteris Pluckeneti, M. Grand'Eury, 575
Organic Chemistry,
Chemistry, Applications of

General Palæoichthyology : the Fishes of the Two Sides of the
Reactions to Investigations in, Dr. Lassar-Cohn, Isthmus of Panama, Messrs. Gilbert and Starks, 590

Palæontology: Dimorphism of the English Species of
Organic Compounds, the Chemical Synthesis of Vital Pro- Nummulites, J. J. Lister, F.R.S., 71; Extinct Mammalia

ducts and the Inter-relation between, Prof. Raphael in a Carboniferous Cavern near Doneraile, R. J. Ussher,
Meldola, F.R.S., 170

71; Eocene Whales, F. A. Lucas, 102 ; on the Occurrence
Organic Evolution, an Outline of the Theory of, with a of Elephas meridionalis at Dewlish, Dorset, Rev.

Description of some of the Phenomena which it Explains, Osmond Fisher, 118; the Rhætic Bone-beds, W. H.
Dr. Maynard M. Metcalf, 509

Wickes, 161; the Ammonite Fauna of the Spiti Shales,
Organisation, Imperial, Sir Frederick Pollock, 589

Dr. Victor Chlig, 161; the Palæozoic Palæechinoidea,

at

some

220

Mary J. Klem, 162 ; an Ossiferous Pleistocene Cavern at Penck (Dr. Albrecht), Climatic Features in the Land SurHoe Grange Quarry, H. H. Arnold-Bemrose and E. T.

face, 472 Newton, F.R.S., 163, 488; the Fossil Reptiles of South Pendlebury (Charles), New School Arithmetic, 75; New Africa, Dr. R. Broom, 232 ; Ichthyosaurs, Prof. H. F. School Examples in Arithmetic, 75 Osborn, 279; Man and the Mammoth at the Quaternary Pendulum, Method of illustrating the Laws of the Simple, Period in the Soil of the Rue de Rennes, M. Capitan,

J. Schofield, 455 3n; the Fossil Sirenians of the Mediterranean Formation Penrose's Pictorial Annual, 1904-5, the Process Year-book, of Austria, Dr. O. Abel, 351 ; Skeleton of the Dinosaur 364 Brontosaurus from Bone Cabin Quarry, 372 ; Cranial People of the North-east of Scotland, 186 Osteology of the Fishes of the Families Osteoglossidæ, Pepys (Samuel) and the Royal Society, Sir Arch. Geikie, Pantodontidae, and Phractolæmida, Dr. W. G. Ride

F.R.S., 415 vood, 38t; an Opalised Plesiosaurian Reptile of the Percentage Tables for Elementary Analysis, Leo F. GuttGenus Cimoliosaurus from White Cliffs, New South mann, 460 Wales. R. Etheridge, 399; Exploration of the Potter Perch, a Large Indian Sea, Major A. Alcock, F.R.S., 415 Creek Cave in California, w. J. Sinclair, 472; the Periodical Comets due to Return in 1905, W. T. Lynn, Opisthocælian Dinosaurs, E. S. Riggs, 515; Annelid 306 Remains and Ammonites in the Salto del Fraile and Perkin (Dr. F. Mollwo), Electrolytic Analysis of Cobalt Morro Solar Districts, c. I. Lisson, 541; Gasteropoda and Nickel, 239; International Atomic Weights, 461; from the Silurian Rocks of Llangadock, Miss J. Donald, Tantalum, 610 549: the Dinosaur Diplodocus carnegii, Dr. W. J.

Perkin (Dr. W. H.), Attempts to decide by Physical Holland, 565: Abnormal Remains of the Red Deer Methods the Nature of Isodynamic Substances, 113. (Cervus elaphus), M. A. C. Hinton, 575; Affinities of Perkin (W. H., jun.), Reduction of Isophthalic Acid, 478 Procolophon, Dr. R. Broom, 575; Sauropod Dinosaurs,

Perman (Dr. E. P.), Determination of Vapour-pressure by Prof. H. F. Osborn, 615: Armadillos from the Bridger Air-bubbling, 597; Direct Synthesis of Ammonia, 597 Eocene, Prof. H. F. Osborn, 615; Palæontology of the Perrier (A.), Function of Fatty Material in Fungi, 600 Lpper Old Red Sandstone of the Moray Firth Area, Dr. Perrier (G.), an Isomeride of Trichloroacetone, 311 R. H. Traquair, 623

Perrigot (M.), on M. Bordier's Supposed Demonstration of Palæozoic Seed Plants, E. A. N. Arber, 68

n-Rays by Photographic Methods, 287 Palazzo (Dr. L.), Scientific Experiments in Italy with Un- Perrine (Prof.), Discovery of a Sixth Satellite to Jupiter, manned Balloons, 113

256, 282 ; Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, 329 ; Solar Eclipse Palisa (Dr.), Elements and Ephemeris for Comet 1905 a Problems, 329; Jupiter's Seventh Satellite, 449; Dis(Giacobini), 617

covery of Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, 494 Pannelt (C. A.), Practical Exercises in Chemical Physi- | Perrot (F. Louis), the Use of Helium as a Thermometric ology and Histology, 412

Substance and its Diffusion through Silica, 95
Pappada (Nicola), Coagulation of Dilute Solutions of Silicic Perrotin (M.), Observations of Perseids, 89

Acid under the Influence of Various Substances, 616 Perseid Shower, the, A. King, 40
Para Rubber, the Cultivation and Preparation of, W. H. Perseids, Observations of, M. Chrétien, 89; M. Perrotin,
Johnson, 321, 352 ; C. Simmonds, 321

89; G. A. Quignon, 89; Prof. S. Zammarchi, 133 Paraiypye (R. P.), Dates of Publication of Scientific Books, Peru : Hæmatite Deposits of Peru, Señor Venturo, 236; 320; Henry Frowde, 365

Nickeliferous Veins of La Mar, Eduardo de Habich, Parallax of a Low Meteor, P. Götz, 133

236; Water-supply of the Rimac Valley, Señor Elmore, Paret (J. Parmly), Lawn Tennis, 436

236 Paris Academy of Sciences, 23, 47, 71, 95, 119, 143, 167,

Petals of Selenipedium, the Direction of the Spiral in the, 191, 239, 263, 287, 311, 335, 359, 407, 431, 455,

George Wherry, 31 479. 503, 527, 551, 575, 599, 623; Prize Awards of the, Petit (Joseph), Influence of the Nature of the Anode on 214; Prizes Proposed by the Paris Academy of Sciences the Electrolytic Oxidation of Potassium Ferrocyanide, for 1905, 234

119; Electrolysis of Organic Acids by Means of the Parsons (J. Herbert). Arris and Gale Lectures on the Alternating Current, 407; Electrolytic Solution of Neurology of Vision, 340

Platinum in Sulphuric Acid, 479
Particles and Rigid Bodies, a Treatise on the Dynamics Petroglyphs, North African, E. F. Gautier, 570

of, E. T. Whittaker, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 601 Petrography, the Twentieth Century Atlas of Microscopical,
Partitions, Quadratic, Lieut.-Colonel Allan Cunningham, 341
i24

Petrology: Manual of the Chemical Analysis of Rocks, Passaic Floods of 1902 and 1903, the, u

H. S. Washington, 219 Passarge (Dr. Siegfried), die Kalahari, 481

Pflanzen, die Sinnesorgane der, G. Haberlandt, 123 Pasture, Making a, 604

Pfanzen, die Transpiration der, Dr. Alfred Burgerstein, 51 Patagonia, Sir Thomas Holdich, K.C.M.G., 102

Pfanzen, Unsere, F. Söhns, 510 Path of a Bright Meteor, Real, H. Rosenberg, 569

Phaistos and Hagia Triada, Crete, 465 Paton (Dr. Noel), Experiments on the Simultaneous Re- Philippe (L.), Constitution of Ricinine, 119 moval of Spleen and Thymnus, 263

Philippine Islands, Scientific Research in the, Prof. R. T. Patterson (Andrew Melville), the Human Sternum, 145

Hewlett, 162 Patterson (Arthur H.), Notes of an East Coast Naturalist, 4 Phillips (Dr. O. P.), Central Nucleus in the Cells of the Patterson (T. S.), Intelligence of Animals, 201 ; Studies in Cyanophyceæ, 422 Optical Superposition, 239

Phillips (P.), the Slow Stretch in Indiarubber, Glass, and Patterson (W. H.), Electrically Heated Carbon Tube Metal Wires Subjected to a Constant Pull, 359 Furnaces, 598

Phillips (Rev. T. E.), the Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 211 Paul (R. W.), New Electrical Instruments, 95

Philology : Misuse of Words and Phrases, T. B. S., 9, 54; Payne (Prof.), Celestial Photography at High Altitudes, 114 A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 30 Pearl Oyster Fisheries of the Gulf of Manaar, Report to Philosophy : Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the Government of Ceylon on the, W. A. Herdman, 23, 71, 167, 191, 334, 383, 431, 575; a Primer of Philo

sophy, A. S. Rappoport, 27; Religion und NaturwissenPrarson (Prof. Karl, F.R.S.), a Great Oxford Discovery, schaft, eine Antwort an Professor Ladenburg, Arthur jto; the Ancient Races of the Thebaid, 583

Titius, 27; Philosophische Propädeutik auf NaturwissenPechule (Herr), Ephemeris for Comet 1904 d, 353

schaftlicher Grundlage, August Schulte-Tigges, 27; der Pek (J.), Action of Radium on the Electric Spark, 358 Skeptizismus in der Philosophie, Raoul Richter, 27; Pecoul (A.), Estimation of Carbon Monoxide in Confined Cambridge Philosophical Society, 71, 166, 191, 430, 479, Atmospheres, 287

550 ; Death of Paul Tannery, 130; South African PhiloPellegrin (Jacques), Anatomy of Fishes of the Genus sophical Society. 168; the Wonders of Life, a Popular Orestias, 48

Study of Biological Philosophy, Ernst Haeckel, 313 : Penard (Dr. E.), les Heliozoaires d'Eau Douce, 289; the Prize Subjects of the Batavian Society of Experimental Sarcodina of Loch Ness, 623

Philosophy, 354 ; Philosophy as Scientia Scientiarum, and

F.R.S., 395

a History of Classifications of the Sciences, Robert

Flint, 505

Phisalix (C.), Influence of the Radium Emanation on the

Toxic Power of Snake Poison, 456
Phonetics : Über das Studium der Sprach Kurven, E. W.

Scripture, Prof. John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 250
Phosphorescence caused by the Beta and Gamma Rays of

Radium, G. T. Beilby, 476
Photograms of the Year 1904, 175
Photography : the Science and Practice of, Chapman Jones,

C. E. Kenneth Mees, 29; a Problem Concerning Wood
and Lignified Cell-walls, Prof. Marshall Ward, F.R.S.,
71; Photography on Tour, 76; Dr. Koenig's Method of
Colour Photography, 83; Photographic Method of Re-
cording the Temperature of Pieces of Steel during Cool-
ing, H. Le Chatelier, 88; Dr. Schleussner's Dry Plates,
88; the Photographic Spectrum of Jupiter, G. Millochau,
89: Retouching, Arthur Whiting, 100; Practical Re.
touching, Drinkwater Butt, 317; Celestial Photography
at High Altitudes, Prof. Payne and Dr. H. C. Wilson,
114; Advanced Hand-Camera Work, Walter Kilbey, 124;
Photograms of the Year 1904, 175; the British Journal
Photographic Almanac, 1905, 221 ; Practical Professional
Photography, C. H. Hewitt, 248; on M. Bordier's Sup-
posed Demonstration of n-Rays by Photographic Methods,
M. Chanoz and M. Perrigot, 287; Intensification and
Reduction, Henry W. Bennett, 341; New Lambex System
of Daylight Loading and Film and Plate Changing,
Messrs. R. and J. Beck, 352; Photographic Spark
Spectra of Titanium and other Metals, Dr. Lohse, 373 ;
the Bruce Photographic Telescope, Prof. Barnard, 424 ;
Toning Bromide Plates, R. E. Blake Smith, 438; the
Theory of Photographic Processes, on the Chemical
Dynamics of Development, S. E. Sheppard and C. E. K.
Mees, 454; Intensity of Photographic Impressions pro-
duced by Feeble Illuminations, C. Gutton, 455; Photo-
graphic Radiation of some Mercury Compounds, R. de
J. F. Struthers and J. E. Marsh, 455; How to Photo-
graph with Roll and Cut Films, John A. Hodges, 460 ;
Photographic Activity of Hydrogen Peroxide, J. Precht
and C. Otsuki, 468 ; Photography for the Sportsman
Naturalist, L. W. Brownell, 483 ; Photography of the
Solar Corona at the Summit of Mont Blanc, A. Hansky,
527 ; Photography of the Corona without a Total Eclipse,
A. Hansky, 544; British Association Geological Photo-
graphs, 538; Photograph of a Lightning Flash showing
the Air in Incandescence, Em. Touchet, 600; Photo-

graphy of Planetary Nebulæ, W. S. Franks, 618
Photometry : zur Theorie der Extinktion des Lichtes in der

Erdatmosphäre, Dr. A. Bemporod, 402
Photomicrography by Ultra-violet Light, Dr. A. Kohler, 517
Phototropismus der Tiere, Untersuchungen über den, Dr.

Em. Rádl, 265
Physical Conditions of the Planets, Prof. T. J. J. See, 424
Physical Degeneration, Report of the Inter-departmental

Committee on, Sir Lauder Brunton, 252
Physical Education and Improvement, the Proposed National

League for, Sir Lauder Brunton, 252
Physical History of the Victoria Falls, the, A. J. C.

Molyneux, 619
Physics : les Lois naturelles, Félix Le Dantec, 5; Physical

Society, 47, 95, 142, 190, 358, 455, 502, 550, 622 ;
Radiation Pressure, Prof. J. H. Poynting, F.R.S.,
at Physical Society, 376; Radiation Pressure, Prof.
J. H. Poynting, F.R.S.,

the Pressure of
Radiation, Oliver Heaviside, F.R.S., 439; an Inter-
ference Apparatus for the Calibration of Extenso-
meters, J. Morrow and E. L. Watkin, 47; New Build-
ings of the University of Liverpool, the George Holt
Physics Laboratory, 63 ; Deep-water Waves, Prof. Lamb,
70; on Deep Water Ship Waves, Lord Kelvin, 382 ; the
Conductivity of Gases from a Flame, Paul Langevin and
Eugène Bloch, 96; Attempts to Decide by Physical
Methods the Nature of Isodynamic Substances, M. Brühl,
113: Dr. W. H. Perkin, 113; F. Giolitti, 113; Presence
of Radium throughout the Earth's Volume as Com-
pensating for the Loss of Heat by Conduction, C.
Liebenow, 113; Tension of Carbonic Acid in the Sea, and
on the Reciprocal Influence of Carbonic Acid of the Sea
and that of the Atmosphere, August Krogh,
Obituary Notice of Prof. Karl Selim Lemström, Prof.

Arthur Rindell, 129; Physical Properties of a Series of
Alloys of Iron, W. F. Barrett, W. Brown, and R. A.
Hadfield, 132 ; Electrical Conductivity and other Pro-
perties of Sodium Hydroxide in Aqueous Solution, W. R.
Bousfield and T. M. Lowry, 141; the Colloidal State of
Matter, G. E. Malfitano, 143 ; the Nobel Prize for Physics
awarded to Lord Rayleigh, 155; the Human Breath as a
Source of the lonisation of the Atmosphere, Messrs.
Elster and Geitel, 157 ; the Charge of the a Rays from
Polonium, Prof. Thomson, F.R.S., 166; Some Scientific
Centres, vi., the Physical Laboratory at the Museum
d'Histoire naturelle, Prof. Henri Becquerel, John Butler
Burke, 177; Death of M. Jeunet, 181; Physical Char.
acters of the Sodium Borates, with a New Method for
the Determination of Melting Points, C. H. Burgess and
A. Holt, jun., 189; Leçons sur la Propagation des Ondes
et les Équations de l'Hydrodynamique, Jacques Hada-
mard, 196; het Natuurkundig Laboratorium der Ryks-
Universiteit te Leiden in de jaren 1882-1904, 218; Im-
provements in Mercury Air-pumps of Sprengel Type,
Josef Rosenthal, 233; the Warming of Different Layers
of Liquid by the Sun's Rays, Dr. von Kalecsinszky, 255;
a Fundamental Formula in the Kinetic Theory of Gases,
P. Langevin, 263 ; Light Energy, its Physics, Physio-
logical Action and Therapeutics, Dr. Margaret A. Cleaves,
Dr. Reginald Morton, 269; Naturbegriffe und Naturur-
teile, Hans Driesch, 270; Death of Dr. Anton Müttrich,
278; Experiment for Showing the Pressure due to Sound
Waves, Prof. R. W. Wood, 280 ; Attraction between
Liquid Drops suspended in a Liquid of the same Density,
V. Crémieu, 287; the Recent Development of Physical
Science, W. c.' D. Whetham, F.R.S., 291 ; a Simple
Model for illustrating Wave-motion, K. Honda, 295 ;
Lissajous's Figures by Tank Oscillation, T. Terada, 296 ;
Law of the Permanent Level, Dr. C. M. van Deventer, 303 ;
the Melting of Floating Ice, 366 ; Superfusion Phenomena,
Drs. Tullio Gnesotto and Gino Zanetti, 305; Kinematics
and Dynamics of a Granular Medium in Normal Piling,
J. H. Jeans, 310; the Anomalous Dispersion of Sodium
Vapour, Prof. R. W. Wood, 327; the Dual Force of the
Dividing Cell, part i., the Achromatic Spindle-figure,
Elucidated by Magnetic Chains of Force, Prof. Marcus
Hartog, 333; the Role of Diffusion during Catalysis by
Colloidal Metals, Dr. Henry J. S. Sand, 333 ; Role of
Diffusion in the Catalysis of Hydrogen Peroxide by Col-
loidal Platinum, Dr. George Senter, 574; Unrecognised
Factors in the Transmission of Gases through Water,
Dr. W. E. Adeney, 334; the flow of Water through
Pipes, Experiments on Stream-line Motion and the
Measurement of Critical Velocity, Dr. H. T. Barnes and
Dr. E. G. Coker, 357; the Distribution of Velocity in a
Viscous Fluid over the Cross-section of a Pipe, and the
Action at the Critical Velocity, J. Morrow, 621; Com-
pressibility of Gases between One Atmosphere and Half
an Atmosphere of Pressure, Lord Rayleigh, F.R.S., 358 ;
Determination of Young's Modulus (Adiabatic) for Glass,
C. A. Bell, Dr. C. Chree, F.R.S., 359 ; Simplified De-
duction of the Field and the Forces of an Electron
moving in any given way, Prof. Sommerfeld, 373 ; Modu-
lus of Torsional Rigidity of Quartz Fibres and its Tem-
perature Coefficient, Dr. Frank Horton, 380; Apparatus
for determining the Density of Small Grains, K. A. K.
Hallowes, 382 ; die bisherige Tätigkeit der Physikalisch-
technischen Reichsanstalt, 388 ; die Tätigkeit der Physik-
alisch-technischen Reichsanstalt im Jahre 1903, 388 ;
Melting Point of Dissociating Substances, and the Degree
of Dissociation during Melting, R. Kremann, 400; zur
Theorie der Extinktion des Lichtes in der Erdatmo-
sphäre, Dr. A. Bemporod, 402 ; Thickness of Transparent
Sheets of Iron, L. Houllevigue, 407; Death of Father
Timoteo Bertelli, 420; Absorptive Power of Fluorescent
Substances during Active Fluorescence, E. L. Nichols and
Ernest Merritt, 423 : Obituary Notice of Prof. Emilio
Villari, Prof. A. Roiti, 446; Method of Illustrating the
Laws of the Simple Pendulum, J. Schofield, 455; Pre-
cautions Necessary in Execution of Researches Requiring
High Precision, M. Lewy, 455; Accurate Measurement
of Coefficients of Expansion, H. McAllister Randall,
469 ; Study of lonisation in Flames, Pierre Massoulier,
479; la Matière, l'Ether, et les Forces physiques, Lucien
Mottez, 486; National Physical Laboratory, 495; Use of

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