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Quartz Vessels Limited, M. Berthelot, 544; Use of Pic du Midi Observatory, the, M. L. Rudaux, 354
Hot and Cold Tube in proving the Existence of Picard (Alfred), Removal of Moisture from the Air blown
Chemical Reactions at High Temperatures, Experiments into Blast Furnace by Freezing, Economy of Fuel, 119
in Hermetically Sealed Quartz Tubes, M. Berthelot, 568; Piccini (Prof. A.), Death of, 588
Modern Theory of Physical Phenomena, Radio-activity, Pickard-Cambridge (F. 0.), Death and Obituary Notice of,
Ions, Electrons, Augusto Righi, 558; the Dynamical 397
Theory of Gases, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S. 559; the Pickering (Prof. E. C.), Plan for the Endowment of Astro-
Physical Cause of the Earth's Rigidity, Prof. T. J. J. nomical Research, 40; Harvard Observations of Variable.
See, 559; Determination of Vapour-pressure by Air- Stars, 133; a New 24-inch Reflector at Harvard, 569
bubbling. Dr. E. P. Perman and J. H. Davies, 597; Pickering (Spencer, F.R.S.), Experiments in the Manuring
Electromagnetics in a Moving Dielectric, Oliver Heavi- of Fruit Crops, 356 ; the Planet Fortuna, 486
side, F.R.S., 606; Growth of a Wave-group when the Pickering (Prof. W. H.), Variations on the Moon's Surface,
Group-velocity is Negative, Dr. H. C. Pocklington, 607; 114; Changes upon the Moon's Surface, 226; Recently
a Little Known Property of the Gyroscope, Prof. William Observed Satellites, 390; a Little Known Property of
H. Pickering, 608; Experiments on Pressure due to the Gyroscope, 608 ; Changes on Mars, 618
Waves, Sidney Skinner, 609

Pickles (S. S.), Reduction of Isophthalic Acid, 478
Physiology : Adolescence, its Psychology and its Relations to Piettre (M.), Spectroscopy of the Blood and of Oxyhæmo-

Physiology. Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Re- globin, 600
ligion, G. Stanley Hall, 3; Clinical Lectures on Diseases Pinnipedia a Sub-order of Cetacea ! 125
of the Nervous System, Sir William R. Gowers, F.R.S., Pintza (Alexandre), Density of Nitrous Oxide and the
6: Modifications of Glycolysis in the Capillaries caused Atomic Weight of Nitrogen, 47
by Local Modification of the Temperature, R. Lepine and Pinus, Contributions to the Knowledge of the Life-history
M. Boulud, 23; Tyrosinase of the Fly, C. Gessard, 24; of, with Special Reference to Sporogenesis, the Develop-
Arsenie Rapidly Eliminated from the System by Kidney ment of the Gametophytes and Fertilisation, Margaret
Secretion, W. Thomson, 88; Studien über die Albumin- C. Ferguson, 218
oide mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Spongin und Pirie (Dr. J. H. Harvey), the Second Antarctic Voyage of
der Keratine, Dr. Eduard Strauss, 174; Proteid Digestion the Scotia, 425; Graptolite-bearing Rocks of the South
in Animals and Plants, Prof. S. H. Vines, F.R.S., 189; Orkney Islands, 623
Chemical Combination and Toxic Action as exemplified | Pisciculture : Fish-hatching at the Port Erin Biological
in Hæmolytic Sera, Prof. Robert Muir and Carl H.

Station, 613
Browning, 238; Über das Studium der Sprach Kurven, Plague, Destruction of Rats and Disinfection on Shipboard
E W. Scripture, Prof. John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., with Special Reference to, Drs. Haldane and Wade, 209
290; Light Energy, its Physics, Physiological Action, and Plains Indians, Folk-tales of, Drs. G. A. Dorsey and A. L.
Therapeutics, Dr. Margaret A. Cleaves, Dr. Reginald Kroeber, 417; P. E. Goddard, 418
Morton, 269; Effect of the Radium Emanations on certain Plane Geometry, Elementary, V. M. Turnbull, 75
Protozoa and on the Blood, MM. Salomonsen and Dreyer, Planets : Rotation of Mars, P. Lowell, 47 ; Seasonal De-
279 : Physiological Effects of Ovariotomy in the Goat, velopment of Martian Canals, Mr. Lowell, 282; the
P. Oceanu and A. Babes, 312 ; Cerebral Localisation, Alternating Variability of Martian Canals, Mr. Lowell,
the Brains of Felis, Canis, and Sus compared with that 494 ; Longitude Observations of Points on Mars, Mr.
of Homo, Dr. A. W. Campbell, 357; Blood Pressures in Lowell, 449; Forthcoming Oppositions of Mars, R.
Man, Prof. T. Clifford Allbutt, F.R.S., 375; Relations Buchanan, 494 ; Reality of Various Features on Mars,
between Arterial Pressure and the Amounts of Chloro- V. Cerulli, 592 ; Changes on Mars, Mr. Lowell, 618; Mr.
forto Absorbed, J. Tissot, 408; Practical Exercises in Lampland, 618; Prof. W. H. Pickering, 618; the Photo-
Chemical Physiology and Histology, H. B. Lacey and graphic Spectrum of Jupiter, G. Millochau, 89; the Great
C. A. Pannett, 412 ; Exercises in Practical Physiological Red Spot on Jupiter, Mr. Denning and Rev. T. E.
Chemistry, Sydney W. Cole, 412 ; Blaze-currents of Phillips, 211; Stanley Williams, 211; Changes on the
the Gall Bladder of the Frog, Alice M. Waller, 429; Surface of Jupiter, Prof. G. W. Hough, 306; Discovery
Some Scientific Centres, the Physiological Research of a Sixth Satellite to Jupiter, Prof. Perrine, 256, 282;
Laboratory of the University of London, Dr. Augustus the Reported Sixth Satellite of Jupiter, Prof. Wolf, 306 ;
D. Waller, F.R.S., 441; the Monte Rosa and Col d'Olen Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, Prof. Perrine, 329; Prof. C. A.
International Laboratories, Prof. Mosso, Sir M. Foster, Young, 364; Profs. Perrine and Aitken, 494; Visual Ob-
K.C.B., F.R.S., 443 : Glandular Atrophic Action of the servations of Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, Mr. Hammond,
X-Rays, Foveau de Courmelles, 456 ; Conditions which 569 ; Reported Discovery of a Seventh Satellite to Jupiter,
Determine the Penetration of Chloroform into Blood 424; Jupiter's Seventh Satellite, Prof. Campbell, 449 ;
during Anästhesia, J. Tissot, 480 ; Sterility and Alopecy Prof. Perrine, 449; Rotation of Jupiter's Satellites I.
in Guinea-pigs previously Submitted to the Influence of and II., Dr. P. Guthnick, 469; the Eleventh Eros
Ovarian Extracts of the Frog, Gustave Loisel, 504; Précis Circular, Prof. H. H. Turner, F.R.S., 154 ; Observations
de Chimie physiologique, Prof. Allyre Chassevant, 509; of Occultations by Planets, Dr. T. J. J. See, 185 ;
Measurement of Disposable Energy by a Self-registering Recently Observed Satellites, Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S.,
Integrating Dynamometer, Charles Henry, 528; Grund- 295; Prof. William H. Pickering, 390 ; Permanent
züge der physiologischen Psychologie, Wilhelm Wundt, Numbers for the Minor Planets discovered during 1904.
529: Principles of Physiological Psychology, Wilhelm 401; Secondary Shadow on Saturn's Rings, M. Amanrı
Wundt, 529; Cause of the Variations in the Length of the and Cl. Rozet, 401; Observations of Saturn's Satellites
Intestine in the Larvæ of Rana esculenta, Émile Yung, Prof. Hussey, 449 ; Physical Conditions of the Planets, Prox
551, a Primer of Physiology, Prof. E. H. Starling, T. J. J., See, 424; Planetary Tides in the Solar Atmo
F.R.S., Prof. B. Moore, 556; Elementary Practical Physi- sphere, Émile Anceaux, 424; the Planet Fortuna, W. 1.,
ology, John Thornton, Prof. B. Moore, 556; the Re- 461, 511; W. E. P., 461; Spencer Pickering, F.R.S..
duction of Oxyhæmoglobin, R. Lepine and M. Boulud, 486; Orbits of Minor Planets, Prof. J. Bauschinger, 469 :
509: Spectroscopy of the Blood and of Oxyhæmoglobin, Variability of a Minor Planet, Prof. Wendell, 569; Photo.
M. Piettre and A. Vila, 600; the Mammalian Diaphragm graphy of Planetary Nebulæ, W. S. Franks, 618
and Pleural Cavity, Dr. A. Keith, 615; the Membranous Plankton of the Scottish Lochs, the Freshwater, W. and
Labyrinth of the Internal Ear of Man and the Seal, G. S. West, 623
Dr. A. A. Gray, 615; Colour-physiology of the Higher Plant Associations in Moorland Districts, Francis J. Lewis,
Crustacea, F. Keeble and Dr. F. W. Gamble, 621; 257
Duration of Minimum Excitation of Nerves, M. Cluzet, Plant Physiology: die Transpiration der Pflanzen, Dr.
624: Production of Alcohol and Acetone by Muscles, Alfred Burgerstein, 51; the Reception and Utilisation of
F. Maignan, 624; Plant Physiology, die Transpiration Energy by a Green Leaf, Bakerian Lecture at the Royal
der Pfanzen, Dr. Alfred Burgerstein, 51; the Reception Society, Dr. Horace T. Brown, F.R.S., 522
and Utilisation of Energy by a Green Leaf, Bakerian Plant-hairs, the Uses and Wonders of, Kate E. Styan, 486
Lature at the Royal Society, Dr. Horace T. Brown, Plants: Palæozoic Seed Plants, E. A. N. Arber, 68;
F.R.S., 532

Fecundation in Plants, David M. Mottier, 218; Variation

an

in Animals and Plants, H.,M. Vernon, 243 ; Hints on
Collecting and Preserving Plants, S. Guiton, 317; the
Early History of Seed-bearing Plants as Recorded in the
Carboniferous Flora, Wilde Lecture at . Manchester
Literary and Philosophical Society, Dr. D. H. Scott,

F.R.S., 426
Pleiades Stars, Triangulation of the,. Dr. Elkin, 329
Pleistocene Age, on an Ossiferous Cave of, at Hoe Grange

Quarry, Longcliffe, near Brassington, Derbyshire, H. H.
Arnold Bemrose and E. T. Newton, F.R.S., 165, 488
Plimmer (H. G.), Comparative Effects of the Trypano-

somata of Gambia Fever and Sleeping Sickness upon

Rats, 379
Pluvinel (M. le Comte de la Baume), Eclipse Results and

Problems, 234
Pocklington (Dr. H. C.), Growth of a Wave-group when
- Group-velocity is Negative, 607
Pocock (R. I.), Greater Kudu of Somaliland, 478
Polar Motion, Correction of the Longer Term in the, Mr.

Kimura, 133
Polar Plotting Paper, Dr. C. G. Knott, 296
Pollination of Exotic Flowers, the, Ella M. Bryant, 249
Pollock (Sir Frederick), Imperial Organisation, 589
Polonium and Radium, Charge on the a Particles of, Prof.

J. J. Thomson, F.R.S., 438; Frederick Soddy, 438
Polyhedral Soap-films, W. F. Warth, 273
Pool (Miss B.), Suggested New Source of Aluminium, 88
Porter (J. G.), Constant Errors in Meridian Observations,

495
Porter (Thomas L. D.), Blue-stained Flints, 126
Posternak (S.), Chemical Composition of Aleurone Grains,

359-60
Potato, New Damp. Soil, Solanum Commersoni, M.

Labergerie, 192
Poulton (Prof. Edward B.,.F.R.S.), the Legendary Suicide

of the Scorpion, 534
Powell (Mr.), Process for Treating Timber with a Solution

of Sugar, 37
Power (F. B.), Relation between Natural and Synthetical

Glycerylphosphoric Acids, 478; Gynocardin, ia · New

Cyanogenetic Glucoside, 550
Poynting (Prof. J. H., F.R.S.), Radiation Pressure, 200,

376
Pozzi-Escot (Emm.), Cyclic Substituted Thio-hydantoins,

191
Praeger (R. Lloyd), Neolithic Deposits in the North-east

of Ireland, 444
Prain (Dr. D.), the Morphological Nature of the Ovary in

the Genus Cannabis, 209; the Species of Dalbergia of
South-eastern Asia, 363 ;. Flora of the Calcutta District,

615
Pre-Glacial Raised Beach of the South Coast of Ireland,

the, W. B. Wright and H. B. Muff, Prof. Grenville

A. J. Cole, 17
Prebble (W. C.), Electrolytic Analysis of Cobalt and Nickel,

239
Precht (J.), Photographic Activity of Hydrogen Peroxide,

468
Prehistoric Age in England, Remains of the, Bertram C. A.

Windle, F.R.S., 322
Prescott (Prof. Albert B.), Death of, 466
Pressure, Radiation, Prof. J. H. Poynting, F.R.S.; 200,
* 376
Pressure of Radiation, the, Oliver Heaviside, F.R.S., 439
Pressure due to Waves, Experiment on, Sidney Skinner,

609
Price (E. A.), Solutions of the Exercises in Godfrey and

Siddons's Elementary Geometry, 248
Prior (G. T.), a New Thallium Mineral, 534 ; Dundasite

from North Wales, 574; New Oxychloride of Copper

from Sierra Gorda, Chili, 574
Prize Awards of the Paris Academy of Sciences, 214
Prizes Proposed by the Paris · Academy of Sciences for

1905, 234
Prize Awards of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 285
Process Year-book, the, Penrose's Pictorial Annual,

1904-5, 364
Proctor (C.), Estimation of Saccharin, 455
Progressive Buddhism, 428
Propagation of Earthquake Waves, M. P. Rudzki, 534 ;
· Rev. 0. Fisher, 583

Prost (E.), Isomeride · of Trichloroacetone, 311;

Manual of Chemical Analysis, 458
Protective Resemblance, Mark L. Sykes, 520
Psychology: Adolescence, its Psychology and its Relations

to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime,
Religion, G. Stanley Hall, 3; Ants and some other
Insects, an Inquiry into the Psychic Powers of these
Animals, Dr. August Forel, Prof. William Morton
Wheeler, 29; an Introduction to the Theory of Mental
and Social Measurements, Edward L. Thorndike, 99;
Über das Studium der Sprach Kurven, E. W. Scripture,
Prof. John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 250; Grundzüge der
physiologischen Psychologie, Wilhelm Wundt, 529; Prin-

ciples of Physiological Psychology, Wilhelm Wundt, 529
Public School Science Masters, Conference of, Wilfred

Mark Webb, 284
Puiseux (M.), Observations of the Recent Eclipse of the

Moon, 518
Punnett (Mr.), Variation in Spinax niger, 492
Purvis (J. E.), Influence of Strong Electromagnetic Fields

on the Spark Spectra of some Metals, 479
Pycraft (W. P.), a New British Bird ! 201
Pyramid of Ghizeh Struck by Lightning, Second, 565
Quadratic Partitions, Lieut.-Colonel Allan Cunningham,

124
Qualitative Chemical Analysis, Tables for, Prof. A. Liver-

sidge, F.R.S.,
Quenisset (M.), Observations of Comets, 374
Quen'nessen (L.), the Absorption of Hydrogen by Rhodium,

96
Quignon (G. A.), Observations of Perseids, 89
Quinton (René), the Degree of Saline Concentration of the

Blood Serum of the Eel in Sea Water and in Fresh

Water, 144
Rabourdin (Louis), the Dumb-bell Nebula, 40
Racial Elements in the Present Population of Europe, the,

Huxley Memorial Lecture, Dr. J. Deniker at Anthropo-

logical Institute, 21
Rackham (H.), Compulsory Greek at Cambridge, 390
Radford (Rev. E. M.), Mathematical Problem Papers, 75
Radial Velocities of Certain Stars, Prof. Campbell and Dr.

H. Curtis, 519
Radial Velocities of “ Standard-velocity Stars," Prof. Belo-

polsky, 618
Radial Velocities, Stars with Variable, 569
Radial Velocity of Sirius, Variable, Prof. Campbell, 494
Radial-velocity Spectrograms, New Method for Measuring,

Prof. J. Hartmann, 306
Radiant Point of the Bielid Meteors, K. Bohlin, 469
Radiation Pressure, Prof. J. H. Poynting, F.R.S., 200, 376
Radiation, the Pressure of, Oliver Heaviside, F.R.S., 439
Radiography : Jahrbuch der Radioaktivität und Elektronik,

53; Experiments with Radium Salts, Prof. Orazio Re-
buffat, 62 ; Radio-activity and Radium in Australian
Minerals, D. Mawson and T. H. Laby, 168; Effect of
the Radium Emanations on Certain Protozoa and on the
Blood, MM. Salomonsen and Dreyer, 279; the Origin of
Radium, Frederick Soddy, 294; W. C. D. Whetham,
F.R.S., 319; Slow Transformation Products of Radium,
Prof. E. Rutherford, F.R.S., 341; Action on Plants of

Röntgen and Radium Rays, Dr. M. Koernicke, 373 ;
· Plumbiferous Earths of Issy-l'Évêque contain Radium,

M. Danne, 373 ; are Metals made Radio-active by the
Influence of Radium Radiation ? Prof. Thomson, F.R.S.,
430 : Prof. Bumstead, 430; Influence of the Radium
Emanation on the Toxic Power of Snake Poison, C.
Phisalix, 456 ; the Infection of Laboratories by Radium,
A. S. Eve, 460; Phosphorescence caused by the Beta
and Gamma Rays of Radium, G. T. Beilby, 476 ; Radium
Explained, Dr. W. Hampson, 530; the Heating Effect
of the y Rays from Radium, Prof. E. Rutherford,
F.R.S., and Prof. H. T. Barnes, 151; Non-electrification
of y. Rays, Prof. Thomson, F.R.S., 430 ; Secondary
Radiation produced when the B and g Rays of Radium
Impinge on Metallic Plates, Prof. J. A. McClelland, 543 ;
the Genesis of Temporary Radio-activity, Ed. Sarasin,
Th. Tommasina, and F. J. Micheli, 143 ; the Existence
of the 'n-Rays, 157; on the Registration of the n-Rays,
0. Weiss and L. Bull, 191; on M. Bordier's Supposed

Demonstration of n-Rays by Photographic Methods, M. Rayleigh (Lord, O.M.; F.R.S.), the Nobel Prize for Physics Chanoz and M. Perrigot, 287; the Charge of the a Rays Awarded to, 155; Compressibility of Gases between One from Polonium, Prof. Thomson, F.R.S., 166; Charge Atmosphere and Half an Atmosphere of Pressure, 358 ; Carried by the a Rays from Radium, Prof. E. Ruther- the Dynamical Theory of Gases, 559 ford, F.R.S., 413; Charge on the a Particles of Polonium Reade (T. Mellard), Study of Sands and Sediments, 161 and Radium, Prof. J. J. Thomson, F.R.S., 438; Reason in Dogs, Arthur J. Hawkes, 54 Frederick Soddy, 438 ; Method of Protecting the Hands Rebuffat (Prof. Orazio), Experiments with Radium Salts, 62 of the Operator from X-Ray Burns, Prof. W. F. Barrett, Red Spot on Jupiter, the Great, Mr. Denning and Rev. F.R.S., 167 ; Secondary. Röntgen Radiation, Dr. Charles T. E. Phillips, 211; Stanley Williams, 211 G. Barkla, 440; Glandular Atrophic Action of the Reflector at Harvard, a New 24-inch, Prof. E. C. Pickering, X-Rays, Foveau de Courmelles, 456 ; Polarised Röntgen 569 Radiation, Dr. Charles G. Barkla, 477 ; Note on Radio- Refraction Constant, Value of the Astronomical, L. Couractivity, W. Ternent Cooke, 176; Radio-activity of voisier, 592 Natural Waters, Bertram B. Boltwood, 233; Plant Radio-Refraction Tables, New, Dr. L. de Ball, 234 activity, Paul Becquerel, 263 ; the Construction of Simple Règles internationales de la Nomenclature zoologique, 534 Electroscopes for Experiments on Radio-activity, Dr. Reichsanstalt, die bisherige Tätigkeit der: Physikalisch0. W. Richardson, 274 ; Photogenic Radio-active Proper- technischen, 388 ties of Calcined Coral placed in a Radiant Vacuum and Reichsanstalt, die Tätigkeit der Physikalisch-technischen, submitted to the Influence of the Kathode Rays, Gaston

im Jahre 1903, 388 Séguy, 287; Action of very low Temperatures on the Rein (J. J.), Japan nach Reisen und Studien, 603 Phosphorescence of Certain Sulphides, F. P. Le Roux, Reinach (Dr. Albert von), Death of, 325 287; a New Radio-active Product from Actinium, Dr. Reinach (S.), Recent Archæological Discoveries in Crete, T. Godlewski, 294; Fluorescence, C. Camichel, 311; Proposed Chronology of Cretan Civilisation, 69 Secondary Radiation, Prof. J. A. McClelland, 390 ; Drift Relative Drift of the Hyades Stars, Dr. Downing, F.R.S., Produced in lons by Electromagnetic Disturbances, and 185 a Theory of Radio-activity, George W. Walker, 406 ; | Religion : Religion und Naturwissenschaft eine Antwort an Radio-active Muds from the Thermal Springs of Nauheim Professor Ladenburg, Prof. Arthur Titius, 27; Ideals of and Baden, Messrs. Elster and Geitel, 448 ; Radio-active Science and Faith, 52 ; die orientalische Christenheit der Sediments of Thermal Springs, Prof. G. Vicentini and Mittelmeerlände, Dr. Karl Beth, 53 Levi de Zara, 448 ; Radio-active Muds, Prof. G. Vicentini, Renard (Colonel), Death of, 588 543 : Radio-active Water and Mud, H. S. Allen, 543 ; Rengade (E.), Cæsium Methylamide, 335 Secondary Radiation and Atomic Structure, Prof. J. A. Resemblance, Protective, Mark L. Sykes, 520 McClelland, 503 ; Modern Theory of Physical Phenomena, Résultats du Voyage du S.Y. Belgica en 1897, 1898, 1899, Radio-activity, Ions, Electrons, Augusto Righi, 558; New sous le Commandemant de A. de Gerlache de Gomery, 337. Radio-active Element which. Evolves Thorium Emana. Retouching, Arthur Whiting, 100 tion, Dr. O. Hahn, 574

Retouching, Practical, Drinkwater Butt, 317 Radium : Presence of Radium throughout the Earth's Reversal of Charge from Electrical Induction Machines,

Volume as Compensating for the Loss of Heat by Con- George W. Walker, 221; R. Langton Cole, 249 ; duction, C. Liebenow, 113; the Heating Effect of the V. Schaffers, 274

Rays from Radium, Prof. E. Rutherford, F.R.S., and Reversal in Influence Machines, Charles E. Benham, 320 Prof. H. T. Barnes, 151; the Becquerel Rays and the

REVIEWS AND OUR BOOKSHELF. Properties of Radium. Hon. R. J. Strutt, Dr. O. W. Richardson, 172 ; the Origin of Radium, Frederick Soddy, Wireless Telegraphy, C. H. Sewall, 1 294 ; W. C. D. Whetham, F.R.S., 319; a New Mineral Electricity in Agriculture and Horticulture, Prof. S. Lemcontaining Radium, J. Danne, 335; Slow Transformation ström, 1 Products of Radium, Prof. E. Rutherford, F.R.S., 341 ; Modern Electric Practice, i Action of Radium on the Electric Spark, Dr. R. S. The Theory of the Lead Accumulator, F. Dolezalek, i Willows and J. Peck, 358; Plumbiferous Earths of Issy- Electric Motors, H. M. Hobart, I l'Évêque contain Radium, M. Danne, 373; Charge Notices sur l'Électricité, A. Cornu, i Carried by the a Rays from Radium, Prof. E. Ruther- L'Année Technique (1902-1903), A. Da Cunha, i ford, F.R.S., 413 ; Charge on the a Particles of Polonium Adolescence, its Psychology and its Relations to Physiology, and Radium, Prof. J. J. Thomson, F.R.S., 438; Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion, G. Stanley Frederick Soddy, 438; the Infection of Laboratories by

Hall, 3 Radium, A. S. Eve, 460; Radium Explained, Dr. W. Notes of an East Coast Naturalist, Arthur H. Patterson, 4 Hampson, 530; the Treatment of Cancer with Radium, Tables for Qualitative Chemical Analysis, Prof. A. Liver588 ; see also Radiography

sidge, F.R.S., 4 Rád! (Dr. Em.), Untersuchungen über den Phototropismus Les Lois naturelles, Félix Le Dantec, 5 der Tiere, 265

Nature Teaching, F. Watts and W. G. Freeman, 5 Rain Drops, Super-cooled, Edward E. Robinson, 295 ; Cecil Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Nervous System, Sir Carus-Wilson, 320

William R. Gowers, F.R.S., 6 Rainbow, a Lunar, J. McCrae, 366

Lectures Scientifiques, W. G. Hartog, 6 Rainfall, on a Relation between Autumnal, and the Yield L'Industrie oléicole (Fabrication de l'Huile d'Olive), J. of Wheat of the Following Year, Dr. W. N. Shaw, Dugast, 6 F.R.S., at Royal Society, 470

The Floods of the Spring of 1903 in the Mississippi WaterRambaut (Dr.), on a Very Sensitive Method of Determining shed, H. C. Frankenfeld, 10 the Irregularities of a Pivot, 190

The Passaic Flood of 1902 and 1903, Water Supply and Ramsay (Sir William, K.C.B., F.R.S.), the Nobel Prize for Irrigation Paper, in Chemistry Awarded to, 155

The Pre-Glacial Raised Beach of the South Coast of Ireland, Randall (H. McAllister), Accurate Measurement of Co- W. B. Wright and H. B. Muff, Prof. Grenville A. J. efficients of Expansion, 469

Cole, 17 Rappoport (Dr. A. S.), a Primer of Philosophy, 27

Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, Annual Report of ProRats, Destruction of, and Disinfection on Shipboard with ceedings under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries Special Reierence to Plague, Drs. Haldane and Wade, Acts, &c., for the Year 1903, Frank Balfour Browne, 18

West Indian Madreporarian Polyps, J. E. Duerden, Prof. Råy (P. C.), Theory of the Production of Mercurous Sydney ). Hickson, F.R.S., 18

Vitrite, 119: Nitrites of the Alkali and Alkaline Earth Monographieen aus der Geschichte der Chemie, Justus von
Metals and their Decomposition by Heat, 165; the Liebig und Friedrich Mohr, 25
Sulphate and the Phosphate of the Dimercurammonium Handbuch der Blütenbiologie, Prof. Percy Groom, 26
Series, 239

A Primer of Philosophy, A. S. Rappoport, 27 Rayet (G.). Observations on the Borrelly Comet (December Religion und Naturwissenschaft, Eine Antwort an Professor 28, 1904), 287

Ladenburg, Arthur Titius, 27

209

Nature, June 8, 1905

Philosophische Propädeutik auf Naturwissenschaftlicher | The Human Sternum, Andrew Melville Paterson, Dr. A. Grundlage, August Schulte-Tigges, 27

Keith, 145 Der Skepticismus in der Philosophie, Raoul Richter, 27 Der Gang des Menschen, Otto Fischer, Dr. A. Keith, 145 Geschichte des Christentums in Japan, Dr. J. Haas, F. Earthquakes, Clarence Edward Dutton, 147 Victor Dickins, 27

Die technische Mechanik, elementares Lehrbuch für mittlere Lectures on the Diseases of Children, Robert Hutchinson, maschienentechnische Fachschulen und Hilfsbuch für 28

studierende höherer technischer Lehranstalten, P. Stephan, Elementary Manual for the Chemical Laboratory, Louis Prof. George M. Minchin, 148 Warner Riggs, 28

Machine Drawing, Alfred P. Hill, 149
Die Einheit der Naturkrafte in der Thermodynamik, An Elementary Class-book of Practical Coal-mining, T. H.
Richard Wegner, 29

Cockin, 150
The Science and Practice of Photography, Chapman Jones, | Bird Notes from the Nile, Lady William Cecil, 150
C. E. Kenneth Mees, 29

The Adventure of Cock Robin and his Mate, R. Kearton, 152 Ants and some other Insects, an Inquiry into the Psychic | The Sea-fishing Industry of England and Wales, F. G. Powers of these Animals, Dr. August Forel, 29

Afalo, 153 Annual Report of the Technical Education Board of the Conference Astrophotographique internationale de Juillet, London County Council, 34

1900, Prof. H. H. Turner, F.R.S., 154 Report on the Identification and Nomenclature of Hima- Report of the Superintendent of Government Laboratories

layan Peaks, Captain H. Wood, Major S. G. Burrard, in the Philippine Islands for the Year ended September 1, F.R.S., 42

1903, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 162 Introductory Treatise on Lie's Theory of Finite Continuous Mark Anniversary Volume, 169

Transformation Groups, John Edward Campbell, 49 The Chemical Synthesis of Vital Products and the InterThe Industrial and Artistic · Technology of Paint and relations between Organic Compounds, Prof. Raphael Varnish, A. H. Sabin, C. Simmonds, 50

Meldola, F.R.S., 170 Food Inspection and Analysis, Albert È. Leach, C. Sim- The Becquerel Rays and the Properties of Radium, the monds, 50

Hon. R. J. Strutt, Dr. O. W. Richardson, 172 Die Transpiration der Pflanzen, Dr. Alfred Burgerstein, 51 Laboratory Studies for Brewing Students, A. J. Brown, 173 House, Garden, and Field, a Collection of Short Nature Morphologie und Biologie der Zelle, Dr. Alexander GurStudies, L. C. Miall, 52

witsch, 174 Ideals of Science and Faith, 52

A New Geometry for Senior Forms, S. Barnard and J. M. Die orientalische Christenheit der Mittelmeerlände, Dr.

Child, 174 Karl Beth, 53

Studien über die Albuminoide mit besonderer Berück Tales of Sutton Town and Chase, with other Tales and sichtigung des Spongin und der Keratine, Dr. Eduard some Sketches, 53

Strauss, 174
The Glamour of the Earth, George A. B. Dewar, 53 Pages from a Country Diary, P. Somers, 175
Jahrbuch der Radioaktivität und Elektronik, 53

A Scheme for the Detection of the more Common Classes Geological Survey of the Transvaal, Report for the Year of Carbon Compounds, Frank E. Weston, 175 1903, 55

Photograms of the Year 1904, 175 The Museums' Journal, 57

Birds by Land and Sea, the Record of a Year's Work with Die Gefährdung der Naturdenkmäler und Vorschläge zu Field Glass and Camera, J. M. Boraston, 179 ihre Erhaltung, H. Conwentz, 73

Memoire sur la Reproduction artificielle du Rubis par Smoke Prevention and Fuel Economy, Wm. H. Booth and Fusion, A. Verneuil, 180 John B. C. Kershaw, 74

The Glacial Geology of New Jersey, Rollin D. Salisbury, New School Arithmetic, Charles Pendlebury and F. E. 186 Robinson, 75

Proceedings of the Anatomical and Anthropological Society New School Examples in Arithmetic, C. Pendlebury and of Aberdeen, 186 F. E. Robinson, 75

Proceedings of the First Conference of Engineers of the A School Geometry, H. S. Hall and F. H. Stevens, 75 Reclamation Service, with accompanying Papers, 187 Theoretical Geometry for Beginners, C. H. Allcock, 75 Hydrographic Manual of the U.S. Geological Survey, 187 Elementary Plane Geometry, V. M. Turnbull, 75

On Destructive Floods in the United States in 1903, 187 Mathematical Problem Papers, Rev. E. M. Radford, 75 On the Progress of Stream Measurements for 1903, 187 Handbuch der Laubholzkunde, Camillo Karl Schneider, Underground Waters in Southern Louisiana, 187 Prof. Percy Groom, 76

Contributions to the Hydrology of the Eastern United The Cancer Problem in a Nutshell, Robert Bell, 76

States in 1903, 187 Photography on Tour, 76

The Underground Waters of Arizona, 187 The Story without an End, Sarah Austin, 76

Water Resources of the Salinas Valley, California, 187 The Whalebone Whales of the Western North Atlantic, Geology and Water Resources of the Lower James River Frederick W. True, 84

Valley, 187 Dai Nippon, the Britain of the East, a Study in National The Natural Features and Economic Development of the Evolution, Henry Dyer, 97

Sandusky, Maumee, Muskingum, and Miami Drainage The Collected Mathematical Papers of James Joseph Areas in Ohio, 187 Sylvester, 98

Destructive Floods in the United States in 1903, E. C. An Introduction to the Theory of Mental and Social Murphy, 187 Measurements, Edward L. Thorndike, 99

Report on the Progress of Stream Measurements for the Practical Chemistry, a Second Year Course, G. H. Martin, Calendar Year 1903, J. C. Hayt, 187

Underground Waters of Southern Louisiana, G. D. Harris, Retouching, Arthur Whiting, 100

187 The Countries of the King's Award, Sir Thomas Holdich, Contributions to the Hydrology of Eastern United States, K.C.M.G., 102

M. L. Fuller, 187 The Mammals of Great Britain and Ireland, J. G. Millais, The Underground Waters of Gila Valley, Arizona, W. T.

Lee, 187 Fire and Explosion Risks, Dr. von Schwartz, 122

General Index to Experiment Station Record, 188 Mineral Tables--for the Identification of Minerals by their Mankind in the Making, H. G. Wells, 193 Physical Properties, Arthur S. Eakle, 123

Anticipations, H. G. Wells, 193 Die Sinnesorgane der Pflanzen, G, Haberlandt, 123

The Food of the Gods, H. G. Wells, 193 Electricity in the Service of Man, R. M. Walmsley, 124 A Treatise on the British Fresh-water Algæ, Prof. G. S. The Flora of the Presidency of Bombay, T. Cooke, 124 Quadratic Partitions, Lieut.-Colonel Allan Cunningham, 124 A Monograph of the British Desmidiaceæ, W. West and Advanced Hand-camera Work, Walter Kilbey, 124

Prof. G. S. West, 194 A Treatise on Applied Anatomy, Edward H. Taylor, Dr. A. Leçons sur la Propagation des Ondes et les Équations de Keith, 145

l'Hydrodynamique, Jacques Hadamard, 196

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June 8, 1965 Across the Great St. Bernard, the Modes of Nature and the Investigate the Different Electrothermic Processes for Manners of Man, A. R. Sennett, 197

the Smelting of Iron Ores and the Making of Steel in Trachoma, Dr. J. Boldt, 198

Europe, Prof. J. O. Arnold, 258 The Cyclones of the Far East, Rev. José Algué, 198 Report of the Meteorological Council upon an Inquiry into The Animals of New Zealand, an Account of the Colony's the Occurrence and Distribution of Fogs in the London

Air-breathing Vertebrates, F. W. Hutton and J. Area during the Winters of 1901–2 and 1902–3, with Drummond, 199

Reference to Forecasts of the Incidence and Duration of Zellenmechanik und Zellenleben, Prof. Dr. Rhumbler, 199 Fogs in Special Localities, to which is Appended the Studies in Astronomy, J. Ellard Gore, 199

Report by R. G. K. Lempfert on the Observations of Salts and their Reactions, Dr. L. Dobbie and H. Marshall,

the Winter 1902-3, 295 300

Anthropogenie oder Entwickelungsgeschichte des MenA Fauna of the North-west Highlands and Skye, J. A. schen, Keimes- und Stammes-geschichte, Ernst Haeckel, Harvie Brown and H. A. MacPherson, 202

265 Wanderings in the Great Forests of Borneo, Travels and Morphologische Studien, als Beitrag zur Methodologie

Researches of a Naturalist in Sarawak, O. Beccari, 203 zoologischer Probleme, Tad. Garbowski, 265
An Elementary Treatise on Graphs, George A. Gibson, Untersuchungen über den Phototropismus der Tiere, Dr.
Prof. George Minchin, F.R.S., 211

Em. Rádl, 265
The Land and Sea Mammals of Middle America and the Graber's Leitfaden der Zoologie für höhere Lehranstalten,
West Indies, D. G. Elliot, 212

265 Die Bilderzeugung in optischen Instrumenten, vom Stand-Geology, Thomas C. Chamberlin and Rollin D. Salisbury,

punkte der geometrischen Optik, Prof. G. H. Bryan, 267 F.R.S., 217

India, Colonel Sir Thomas Holdich, K.C.M.G., C.B., 268 Grundzüge der Theorie der optischen Instrumente nach Light Energy, its Physics, Physiological Action, and

Abbe, Dr. Siegfried Czapski, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., Therapeutics, Margaret A. Cleaves, Dr. Reginald 217

Morton, 269 Fecundation in Plants, David M. Mottier, 218

Inks, their Composition and Manufacture, C. Ainsworth Contributions to the Knowledge of the Life-history of Mitchell and T. C. Hepworth, C. Simmonds, 269

Pinus, with Special Reference to Sporogenesis, the Naturbegriffe und Natururteile, Hans Driesch, 270 Development of the Gametophytes, and Fertilisation, Higher Text-book of Magnetism and Electricity, R. Margaret C. Ferguson, 218

Wallace Stewart, 270 Het Natuurkundig Laboratorium der Ryks-Universiteit te Life and Energy-Four Addresses, Walter Hibbert, 271 Leiden in de jaren 1882–1904, 218

Glossary of Geographical and Topographical Terms, Manual of the Chemical Analysis of Rocks, H. S. Wash- Alexander Knox, 271 ington, 219

Blackie's Handy Book of Logarithms, 271 Application of some General Reactions to Investigations in Vier- und fünfstellige Logarithmentafeln, 271 Organic Chemistry, Dr. Lassar-Cohn, 220

Second Report on Economic Zoology, British Museum A Further Course of Practical Science, J. H. Leonard and (Natural History), Fred V. Theobald, 272 W. H. Salmon, 220

Les Heliozoaires d'Eau Douce, E. Penard, 289 Die Drahtlose Telegraphie, Dr. Gustav Eichhorn, 220 Trees, Prof. H. Marshall Ward, 290 Notes on the Natural History of the Bell Rock, J. M. The Recent Development of Physical Science, W. C. D. Campbell, 221

Whetham, 291 The British Journal Photographic Almanac, 1905, 221 Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores, H. Forbes Julian and Records of the Reign of Tukulti-Ninib 1., King of Assyria Edgar Smart, 292 about B.C. 1275. L. W. King, F.S.A., 222

Fireside Astronomy, D. W. Horner, 292 The Native Tribes of South-east Australia, A. W. Howitt, Observations océanographiques et météorologiques dans la A. Ernest Crawley, 225

Région du Courant de Guinée (1855–1900), 293 Supplement Containing the Report of the Medical Officer Opere matematiche di Francesco Brioschi, 293 for 1902–3, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 237

Opere matematiche di Eugenio Beltrami, 293 A History of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century, The Science Year Book for 1905, 293

John Theodore Merz, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 241 Records of the Egyptian Government School of Medicine, Variation in Animals and Plants, H. M. Vernon, 243

307 The Mathematical Theory of Eclipses, according to Chau- Destructive Floods in the United States in 1903, E. C.

venet's Transformation of Bessel's Method, Roberdeau Murphy, 308 Buchanan, 244

The Wonders of Life, a Popular Study of Biological PhiloFlora of Hampshire, including the Isle of Wight, Frederick sophy, Ernst Haeckel, 313 Townsend, 245

The Culture of Fruit Trees in Pots, Josh Brace, 314 Small Destructors for Institutional and Trade Waste, W. Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain (Based on Francis Goodrich, 246

Reynolds's Geological Atlas), Horace B. Woodward, La Statique chimique basée sur les deux Principes fonda

F.R.S., 315 mentaux de la Thermodynamique, E. Ariès, 247

The Preparation of the Child for Science, M. E. Boole, Dir heterogenen Gleichgewichte vom Standpunkte der 316 Phasenlehre, H. W. Bakhuis Roozeboom, 247

Special Method in Elementary Science for the Common The Timbers of Commerce and their Identification, H. School, Charles A. McMurry, 316 Stone, 247

The Basic Law of Vocal Utterance, Emil Sutro, 317 Verhandlungen der deutschen zoologischen Gesellschaft for Duality of Voice and Speech, Emil Sutro, 317 1904, 247

Duality of Thought and Language, Emil Sutro, 317 The Optical Dictionary, 248

A Select Bibliography of Chemistry, 1492–1902, H. C. Practical Professional Photography, C. H. Hewitt, 248

Bolton, 317 Solutions of the Exercises in Godfrey and Siddons's Elemen- Hints on Collecting and Preserving Plants, S. Guiton, 317 tary Geometry, E. A. Price, 248

Practical Retouching, Drinkwater Butt, 317 The Devils and Evil Spirits of Babylonia, R. Campbell Stories from Natural History, Richard Wagner, 317 Thompson, 249

The Cultivation and Preparation of Para Rubber, W. H. Uber das Studium der Sprach Kurven, E. W. Scripture, Johnson, C. Simmonds, 321 Prof. John G. McKendrick, F.R.S., 250

Remains of the Prehistoric Age in England, Bertram C. A. The Geology of Spiti, with Parts of Bashahr and Rupshu, Windle, F.R.S., 322 H. H. Hayden, 251

American Hydroids, Sertularidæ, C. C. Nutting, 331 Geographical Distributions of the Vegetation of the Basins Résultats du Voyage du S.Y. Belgica en 1897, 1898, 1899,

of the Rivers Eden, Tees, Wear, and Tyne, Francis J. sous le Commandemant de A. de Gerlache de Gomery, Lewis, 257

337 Report of the Commission appointed by Mr. Clifford Trattato di Chimica Inorganica Generale e Applicato

Sifton, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada, to all'Industria, Dr. E. Molinari, 339

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