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Grundzüge der Kristallographie, Prof. C. M. Viola, Harold Travaux de l'Année 1903, A. Mosso, Sir M. Foster, Hilton, 340

K.C.B., F.R.S., 443 The Arris and Gale Lectures on the Neurology of Vision, Zinc and Lead Deposits of Northern Arkansas, G. I. J. Herbert Parsunen

Adams, 450 The Twentieth Century Atlas of Microscopical Petrography, The Copper Deposits of the Encampment District, 341

Wyoming, A. C. Spencer, 450 Abbildungen der in Deutschland und den angrenzenden Economic Resources of the Northern Black Hills, J. D. Gebieten vorkommenden Grundformen der Orchideen

Irving, 450 arten, Dr. F. Kränzlin, 341

A Geological Reconnaissance Across the Bitterroot Range Intensification and Reduction, Henry W. Bennett, 341

and Clearwater Mountains in Montana and Idaho, W. Annals of Coal Mining and the Coal Trade, R. L. Gallo- Lindgren, 450 way, Bennett H. Brough, 361

An Introduction to the Theory of Optics, Prof. A. Schuster, Billiards Mathematically Treated, G. W. Hemming, S. H.

F.R.S., 457 Burbury, F.R.S., 362

Manual of Chemical Analysis, E. Prost, 458 Morphologie und Biologie der Algen, Dr. Friedrich Olt- Techno-chemical Analysis, Dr. G. Lunge, 458 manns, George Murray, F.R.S., 362

The Zoological Record, Volume the Fortieth, Relating Game, Shore, and Water Birds of India, with Additional Chiefly to the Year 1903, 459

References to their Allied Species in other Parts of the A Synonymic Catalogue of Orthoptera, W. F. Kirby, 459 World, Colonel A. Le Messurier, 363

Percentage Tables for Elementary Analysis, Leo F. GuttThe Species of Dalbergia of out! stern Asia, Dr. D.

mann, 460 Prain, 363

How to Photograph with Roll and Cut Films, John A. The Process Year Book, Penrose's Pictorial Annual, 364 Hodges, 460 The Natural History of Animals, the Animal Life of the The Telescope, Thomas Nolan, 460

World in its Various Aspects and Relations, J. R. A. Archæological Researches in Costa Rica, C. V. Hartman, Davis, 369

Colonel George Earl Church, 461 Social England, 385

Die Kalahari, Dr. Siegfried Passarge, 481 An Introductory History of England, C. R. L. Fletcher, Photography for the Sportsman Naturalist, L. W. 385

Brownell, 483 Studies on Anglo-Saxon Institutions, H. M. Chadwick, Popular Star Maps, Comte de Miremont, 484 385

The History of the Collections Contained in the Natural Materialien der Stereochemie, C. A. Bischoff, 386

History Departments of the British Museum, 485 The Imperial Guide to India, including Kashmir, Burma, Scientific Fact and Metaphysical Reality, Robert Brandon and Ceylon, 387

Arnold, 485 Bacteriology and the Public Health, Dr. George Newman, Index of Spectra (Appendix O.), W. Marshall Watts, 486 Dr. A. C. Houston, 388

La Matière, l'Éther et les Forces physiques, Lucien Die Bisherige Tätigkeit der Physikalisch-technischen Mottez, 486 Reichsanstalt, 388

The Uses and Wonders of Plant-hairs, Kate E. Styan, 486 Die Tätigkeit der Physikalisch-technischen Reichsanstalt On an Ossiferous Cave of Pleistocene Age at Hoe Grange im Jahre 1903, 388

Quarry, Longcliffe,

Brassington (Derbyshire). The Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, Wilhelm Ostwald, H. H. Arnold Bemrose and E. T. Newton, F.R.S., 488 388

Tales from Old Fiji, Lorimer Fison, 490 Report to the Government of Ceylon on the Pearl Oyster Reports of the Trypanosomiasis Expedition to the Congo, Fisheries of the Gulf of Manaar, W. A. Herdman, F.R.S., 1903-1904, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Prof. 395

R. T. Hewlett, 498 Zur Theorie der Extinktion des Lichtes in der Erdatmo

The Thompson-Yates and Johnston Laboratories Report, sphäre, Dr. A. Bemporod, 402

Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 498 Elements of Electromagnetic Theory, S. J. Barnett, Philosophy as Scientia Scientiarum and a History of G. F. C. Searle, 409

Classifications of the Sciences, Robert Flint, 505 Astronomical Discovery, Herbert Hall Turner, 410

Elementary Pure Geometry, with Mensuration, E. Buddon, Zoological Results Based on Material from New Britain,

507 New Guinea, Loyalty Islands, and Elsewhere, collected Lessons in Experimental and Practical Geometry, H. S. during the Years 1895, 1896, and 1897 by Arthur Willey, Hall and F. H. Stevens, 507 411

The Elements of Geometry, Theoretical and Practical, B. Flora of the County Dublin, Nathaniel Colgan, 412

Arnett, 507
Exercises in Practical Physiological Chemistry, Sydney W. The Elements of Trigonometry, S. L. Loney, 507
Cole, 412

Elementary Algebra, W. M. Baker and A. A. Bourne, 507
Practical Exercises in Chemical Physiology and Histology, Clive's Shilling Arithmetic, 507
H. B. Lacey and C. A. Pannett, 412

Graphic Statics, T. Alexander and A. W. Thompson, 507 Laboratory Notes on Practical Metallurgy, being a Gradu- Zur Bildung der ozeanischen Salzablagerungen, J. H. ated Series of Exercises, Walter Macfarlane, 413

van 't Hoff, 508 Le Liège, ses Produits et ses Sous-produits, M. Martignat, An Outline of the Theory of Organic Evolution, with a 413

Description of some of the Phenomena which it Explains, The Country Day by Day, E. K. Robinson, 418

Dr. Maynard M. Metcalf, 509 Morphology and Anthropology, a Handbook for Students, Précis de Chimie physiologique, Prof. Allyre Chassevant, W. L. H. Duckworth, 433

309 Studies from the Anthropological Laboratory, the Anatomy Unsere Pflanzen, F. Söhns, 510 School, Cambridge, W. L. H. Duckworth, 433

Children's Wild Flowers, Mrs. J. M. Maxwell, 510 Die Schule der Chemie, W. Ostwald, 435

Superstitions about Animals, Frank Gibson, 510 Praktikum für morphologische und systematische Botanik, City Development, a Study of Parks, Gardens, and Culture Dr. Karl Schumann, 436

Institutes, P. Geddes, 511 Lawn Tennis, J. Parmly Paret, 436

Peeps into Nature's Ways, being Chapters on Insect, Great Lawn Tennis Players, their Methods Illustrated, Plant, and Minute Life, J. J. Ward, 512 George W. Beldam and P. A. Vaile, 436

Grundzüge der physiologischen Psychologie, Wilhelm New Streets, Laying Out and Making up, A. Tayler Allen,

Wundt, 529 437

Principles of Physiological Psychology, Wilhelm Wundt, A Popular Guide to the Heavens, Sir Robert S. Ball,

529 F.R.S., 437

Radium Explained, Dr. W. Hampson, 530 Denkmäler mittelalterlicher Meteorologie, 438

Oil Fuel, its Supply, Composition, and Application, S. H. The Birds of Calcutta, F. Finn, 438

North, 531 Toning Bromide Prints, E. R. Blake Smith, 438

Chemical Statics and Dynamics, J. W. Mellor, Dr. H. M. Laboratoire Scientifique International du Monte Rosa,

Dawson, 532

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A Study of Recent Earthquakes, Charles Davison, 532 Richter (Raoul), der Skeptizismus in der Philosophie, 27
A German-English Dictionary of Terms used in Medicine Ridewood (Dr. W. G.), Cranial Osteology of the Fishes of

and the Allied Sciences, Hugo Lang and B. Abrahams, the Families Osteoglossidæ, Pantodontidæ, and Phracto-

læmidæ, 381
Regles internationales de la Nomenclature zoologique, 534 Riggs (E. S.), the Opisthocaelian Dinosaurs, 515
Studies of Variation in Insects, Vernon L. Kellogg and Riggs (Dr. Louis Warner), Elementary Manual for the
Ruby G, Bell, 545

Chemical Laboratory, 28
The Other Side of the Lantern, Sir Frederick Treves, Bart., Righi (Augusto), Modern Theory of Physical Phenomena,

Radio-activity, Ions, Electrons, 558
Museums, their History and their Use, with a Biblio- Rindell (Prof. Arthur), Obituary Notice of Prof. Karl

graphy and List of Museums in the United Kingdom, Selim Lemström, 129
D. Murray, 554

Risks, Fire and Explosion, Dr. von Schwartz, 122
A Primer of Physiology, Prof. E. H. Starling, F.R.S., Roaf (H. E.), Physical Chemistry of Anästhesia, 499;
Prof. B. Moore, 556

Absence or Marked Diminution of Free Hydrochloric
Elementary Practical Physiology, John Thornton, Prof. B. Acid in the Gastric Contents in Malignant Disease of
Moore, 550

Organs other than the Stomach, 596
Terrestrial Magnetism and its Causes, F. A. Black, 557 Roberts (D. J.), Esterification Constants of Substituted
Mechanical Appliances, Mechanical Movements and Novel- Acrylic Acids, 550
ties of Construction, Gardner D. Hiscox, 557

Robinson (Edward E.), Super-cooled Rain Drops, 295
Modern Theory of Physical Phenomena, Radio-activity, Robinson (E. K.), the Country Day by Day, 418
lons, Electrons, Augusto Righi, 558

Robinson (F. E.), New School Arithmetic, 75; New School
The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society, 558

Examples in Arithmetic, 75
Mediaeval Lore from Bartholomew Anglicus, Robert Steele, Robson (Mayo), the Treatment of Cancer, 130

Rock-carvings: North African Petroglyphs, E. F. Gautier,
Ergebnisse und Probleme der Zeugungs- und Vererbungs- 570
lehre, Prof. Oscar Hertwig. 559

Rocks, Manual of the Chemical Analysis of, H. S. Wash-
Antarctica, or Two Years amongst the Ice of the South ington, 219,

Pole, Dr. N. Otto G. Nordenskjöld and Dr. Joh. Gunnar Rogers (A. W.), the Glacial Conglomerate in the Table
Andersson, 560

Mountain Series near Clanwilliam, 168
Landscape in History and Other Essays, Sir Archibald Rogers (Dr. L.), Fevers in the Dinajpur District, 336
Geikie, F.R.S., 577

Rditi (Prof. A.), Obituary Notice of Prof. Emilio Villari,
A Magnetic Survey of Japan reduced to the Epoch 1895.0

and the Sea Level, A. Tanakadate, Prof. Arthur Schuster, Rolfs (P. H.), Citrus Parasitic Fungus Colletotrichum
F.R.S., 578

gloeosporioides, 542
The Spinning and Twisting of Long Vegetable Fibres Romanes (George), a Possible Explanation of the Form-
(Flax, Hemp, Jute. Tow, and Ramie), Herbert R. Carter, ation of the Moon, 143 ; Origin of Lunar Formation, 256
Prof. Aldred F. Barker, 579

Röntgen Radiation, Secondary, Dr. Charles G. Barkla, 440
English Estate Forestry, A. C. Forbes, 580

Röntgen Rays, Action on Plants of, and Radium Rays,
Index Kewensis Plantarum Phanerogamarum, W. T. Dr. M. Koernicke, 373 ; see also Radiography
Thiselton-Dyer, 581

Roozeboom (H. W. Bakhuis), die heterogenen Gleich-
Birds I have known, Arthur H. Beavan, 581

gewichte vom Standpunkte der Phasenlehre, 247
The Elements of Chemistry, M. M. Pattison Muir, 582 Rose (Dr. T. K.), Certain Properties of the Alloys of
Richard Jefferies, his Life and Ideals, H. S. Salt, 582

Silver and Cadmium, 164
Lhasa, an Account of the Country and People of Central Rosenberg (H.), Real Path of a Bright Meteor, 569
Tibet, Perceval Landon, 585

Rosenhain (Walter), Further Observations on Slip-bands,
The Algebra of Invariants, J. H. Grace and A. Young, Novel Method of Investigating the Micro-structure of
Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 601

Metals, 500
The Dynamical Theory of Gases, J. H. Jeans, Prof. G. H. Rosenthal (Josef), Improvements in Mercury Air-pumps of
Brvan, F.R.S., 601

Sprengel Type, 233
A Treatise on the Analytical Dynamics of Particles and Ross (Major Ronald, C.B., F.R.S.), Verb Functions or

Rigid Bodies, E. T. Whittaker, Prof. G. H. Bryan, Explicit Operations, 431; Mosquitoes and Malaria, 590
F.R.S., 601

Rotation, Apparatus for Measuring the Velocity of the
Japan nach Reisen und Studien, J. J. Rein, Dr. Henry Earth's, Prof. A. Föppl, 39
Dyer, 603

Rotch (A. L.), Present Problems of Meteorology, 423
The Agricultural Changes required by these Times and Lay- Rotch (Dr. A. Lawrence), Inversions of Temperature and
ing Down Land to Grass, R. H. Elliot, 604

Humidity in Anticyclones, 510
Sociological Papers Published for the Sociological Society, Roth (Dr. Walter E.), North Queensland Ethnography, the

Manufacture of Stone Implements, 68
First Report of the Wellcome Research Laboratories at Rotifera, New Family and Twelve New Species of, of the

the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum, Andrew Order Bdelloida, J. Murray, 383
Balfour, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 606

Rowan (F. J.), Smoke Problem, 210
Till the Sun Grows Cold, Maurice Grindon, 606

Royal Agricultural Society, the Journal of the, 558
A Short Introduction to the Theory of Electrolytic Dis- Royal Astronomical Society, 118, 190, 311, 502, 622
sociation, J. C. Gregory, 606

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, the, 159
Neolithic Dew-ponds and Cattle-ways, A. J. Hubbard and Royal College of Surgeons, Hunterian Oration at, John
G. Hubbard, 611

Hunter and his Influence on Scientific Progress, John

Tweedy, 403
Reynolds's Geological Atlas, Stanford's Geological Atlas of Royal Commission on Coal Supplies, the, 324
Great Britain based on, Horace B. Woodward, F.R.S., Royal Dublin Society, 167, 334, 503, 623

Royal Geographical Society, Geographical Results of the
Rhodin (J. G. A.). Mass Analysis of Muntz's Metal by

Tibet Mission, Sir Frank Younghusband, 377
Electrolysis and the Electric Properties of this Alloy, 381

Royal Horticultural Society, the, 571
Rhumbler (Prof. Dr.). Zellenmechanik und Zellenleben, Royal Institution, Blood Pressures in Man, Prof. T.

Clifford_Allbutt at the, 375; Fungi, Prof. H. Marshall
Ricco (Prof.), Gravitational Anomalies detected under Ward, F.R.S., 496
Mount Etna, 20

Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 71, 431, 503
Richardson (Hugh), Attractions of Teneriffe, 415

Royal Lombardy Institution, Prize Awards of, 446
Richardson (Dr. O. W.). the Becquerel Rays and the Royal Meteorological Society, 119, 216, 334, 430, 503, 622

Properties of Radium, Hon. R. J. Strutt, 172 ; the Con- Royal Microscopical Society, 47, 142, 262, 358, 455, 550
struction of Simple Electroscopes for Experiments on

Royal Sanitary Institute, London Conference on School
Radio-activity, 274

Hygiene, Sir Arthur Rücker, 377



Royal Society, 46, 94, 141, 164, 189, 238, 261, 333, 357, Satellite to Jupiter, Discovery of a Sixth, Prof. Perrine,
379, 406, 429, 454, 475, 500, 548, 573, 596, 621; Medal

256, 329
Awards, 35, 105; Anniversary Meeting of the Royal Satellite of Jupiter, the Reported Sixth, Prof. Wolf, 306
Society, 105; Samuel Pepys and the Royal Society, Sir Satellite, Visual Observations of Jupiter's Sixth, Mr.
Arch. Geikie, F.R.S., 415; on a Relation between Hammond, 569
Autumnal Rainfall and the Yield of Wheat of the Follow- Satellites I. and II., Rotation of Jupiter's, Dr. P. Guth-
ing Year, Dr. W. N. Shaw, F.R.S., 470; Bakerian

nick, 469
Lecture Royal Society, the Reception and Utilisation Satellites, Recently Observed, Sir Oliver Lodge, F.R.S.,
of Energy by a Green Leaf, Dr. Horace T. Brown, 295; Prof. William H. Pickering, 390
F.R.S., 522

Saturn's Rings, Secondary Shadow on, M. Amann and
Royal Society, Edinburgh, 263, 382, 431, 623; Prize

CI. Rozet, 359, 401
Awards, 285

Saturn's Satellites, Observations of, Prof. Hussey, 449 ;
Royal Society, New South Wales, 72, 168, 335, 384

see also Astronomy
Royds (C. W. R.), Meteorological Conditions of the

Saunders (F. A.), Arc Spectra of the Alkali Metals, 133
Antarctic Discovery Expedition, 568

Sauvage (R.), Action of the Chlorides of Phosphorus on
Rozet (Cl.), Secondary Shadow on the Rings of Saturn, the Organomagnesium Compounds of the Aromatic Series,
359; Secondary Shadow on Saturn's Rings, 401

Rubber, the Cultivation and Preparation of Para, W. H. Schaffers (V.), Reversal of Charge from Electrical Induction
Johnson, 321, 352 ; C. Simmonds, 321

Machines, 274
Rubies : Memoire sur la Réproduction artificielle du Rubis Schering (Forstmeister), Death of, 36
par Fusion, A. Verneuil, i8o

Schleussner's (Dr.) Dry Plates, 88
Rücker (Sir Arthur), London Conference School Schmidlin (Jules), the Tetraoxycyclohexane-rosanilines, 47;
Hygiene, 377

Action of Low Temperatures on Colouring Matters, 71
Rudaux (M. L.), the Pic du Midi Observatory, 354

Schneider (Camillo Karl), Handbuch der Laubholzkunde, 76
Rudzki (M. P.), Propagation of Earthquake Waves, 534 Schofield (J.), Method of Illustrating the Laws of the
Russian Geographical Society Medal Awards, 231

Simple Pendulum, 455
Rutherford (Prof. E., F.R.S.), the Heating Effect of the School Arithmetic, New, Charles Pendlebury and F. E.
~ Rays from Radium, 151; Slow Transformation Pro-

Robinson, 75
ducts of Radium, 341 ; Charge Carried by the a Rays School Geometry, a, H. S. Hall and F. H. Stevens, 75
from Radium, 413

School Hygiene, London Conference on, Sir Arthur Rücker,
Ryan (5.), a Bright Meteor, 329

Schulte-Tigges (August), Philosophische Propädeutik auf

Naturwissenschaftlicher Grundlage, 27
Sabat (Bronislas), Action of Radium Bromide the Schulten (A. de), Fiedlerite, 359
Electrical Resistance of Metals, 479

Schumann (Dr. Karl), Praktikum für morphologische und
Sabatier (Paul), the Three Methylcyclohexanones and the systematische Botanik, 436

corresponding Methyl-cyclohexanols, 383 : Catalytic Power Schuster (Prof. Arthur, F.R.S.), Magnetic Storms and As.
of Reduced Nickel, 423 ; Reduction of Nitriles to Amines, sociated Sun-spots, 311; an Introduction to the Theory of

423 ; Monochloro-derivatives of Methylcyclohexane, 551 Optics, 457; a Magnetic Survey of Japan reduced to
Sabin (A. H.), the Industrial and Artistic Technology of the Epoch 1895.0 and the Sea Level, A. Tanakadate,
Paint and Varnish, 50

St. Bernard, Across the Great, the Modes of Nature and Schwartz (Dr. von), Fire and Explosion Risks, 122
the Manners of Men, A. R. Sennett, 197

Schwarz (E. H. L.), the Rocks of Tristan d'Acunha, 168
St. Javelle (M.), Tempel's Comet (1904 c), 185

Science : Lectures scientifiques, W. G. Hartog, 6; Ideals
St. Louis International Exhibition List of Awards, 36; the of Science and Faith, 52; the Museums' Journal, 57;
International Electrical Congress at St. Louis, 41;

Science and the State, Sir William Abney, K.C.B.,
German Educational Exhibits at St. Louis, 513

F.R.S., at the Society of Arts, 90 ; Scientific Research in
St. Margaret's Bay, Dover, Landslip on January 10 at, the Philippine Islands, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 162; a
253, 279

Further Course of Practical Science, J. H. Leonard and
Salet (M.), Application of the Iris Diaphragm in As- W. H. Salmon, 220 ; Scientific Reports of the Local
tronomy, 455; the Iris Diaphragm in Astronomy, 545

Government Board, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 237; a History
Salisbury (Rollin D.), the Glacial Geology of New Jersey, of European Thought in the Nineteenth Century, John
186; Geology, 267

Theodore Merz, Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 241;
Salmon (E. S.), Plants and Spore-infection, 157; “ Biologic Scientific Exploration of Lake Tanganyika, 277: Con-

of Erysiphe graminis, 468 ; Endophytic Adapta- ference of Public School Science Masters, Wilfred Mark
tion shown by Erysiphe graminis, DC., under Cultural Webb, 284; the Recent Development of Physical Science,
Conditions, 598

W. C. D. Whetham, F.R.S., 291; the Science Year Book
Salmon (W. H.), a Further Course of Practical Science, 220 for 1905, 293 ; the Preparation of the Child for Science,
Salmon Fisheries of England and Wales, the, Messrs. M. E. Boole, 316; Special Method in Elementary Science

Archer and Fryer and Dr. Masterman, Frank Balfour for the Common School, Charles A. McMurry, 316; Dates
Browne, 18

of Publication of Scientific Books, R. P. Paraiypye, 320 ;
Salomonsen (M.), Effect of the Radium Emanations on Henry Frowde, 365; B. Hobson, 440; John Hunter and
certain Protozoa and on the Blood, 279

his Influence on Scientific Progress, Hunterian Oration
Salt (H. S.), Richard Jefferies, his Life and Ideals, 582 at Royal College of Surgeons, John Tweedy, 403 ; Scien-
Salt-beds and Oceans, 508

tific Fact and Metaphysical Reality, Robert Brandon
Salts and their Reactions, Dr. L. Dobbie and H. Marshall, Arnold, 485; Forthcoming Books of Science, 473 ; Philo-

sophy Scientia Scientiarum, and History of
Salzablagerung, zur Bildung der ozeanischen, J. H. van 't Classifications of the Sciences, Robert Flint, 505; the
Hoff, 508

Future of Science in England, R. B. Haldane, 589
Sand (Dr. Henry J. S.), the Role of Diffusion during Cata Scientific Centres, vi., the Physical Laboratory at the
lysis by Colloidal Metals, 333

Museum d'Histoire naturelle, Prof. Henri Becquerel,
Sanitary Engineering. Small Destructors for Institutional John Butler Burke, 177
and Trade Waste, W. Francis Goodrich, 246

Scientific Centres, Some, vii., the Physiological Research
Sankey (Captain Riall), Chrome-vanadium Steels, 305 Laboratory of the University of London, Dr. Augustus
Santos-Dumont (A.), the Future of Air-ships, 447

D. Waller, F.R.S., 441
Sarasin (Ed.), the Genesis of Temporary Radio-activity, 143 Scorpio, Variable Stars and Nebulous Areas in, Miss H. S.
Sarawak, Travels and Researches of a Naturalist in, Leavitt, 282

Wanderings in the Great Forests of Borneo, 0. Beccari, Scorpion, the Legendary Suicide of the, Prof. Edward B.

Poulton, F.R.S., 534
Sars (Prof. G. (.), a Small Crustacean (Paracartia grani) Scotland : the People of the North-east of Scotland, 186;
discovered in the Oyster-beds of Norway, 61

the Fisheries of Scotland, Frank Balfour Browne, 213




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Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, J. H. Harvey Pirie Serotherapy: Prof. A. E. Wright's System of Anti-
and R. N, Rudmose Brown, 425

typhoid Inoculation in the Army, 14; Abstention from
Scott (Dr. Dukinfield H., F.R.S.), on the Reconstruction of Vaccination Diminishing, 237; Protective Inoculation

a Fossil Plant Lyginodendron Oldhamium, 47; Fossil against Asiatic Cholera, Dr. Strong, 352 ; Physical
Plants from the Palæozoic Rocks, V., New Sphenophyll- Chemistry of the Toxin-antitoxin Reaction, J. A. Craw,
aceous Cone from the Lower Coal-measures, 164 ;

Lepidocarpon and the Gymnosperms, 201; the Early Serrin (Victor), Death and Obituary Notice of, 325
History of Seed-bearing Plants as recorded in the Car- Sertularidæ, American Hydroids, part C. C. Nutting,
boniferous Flora, Wilde Lecture at Manchester Literary 331
and Philosophical Society, 426

Seurat (G.), Eumedon convictor, a Crustacean accompany-
Scott (Dr. J.), Influence of Cobra-Venom on the Proteid ing a Sea-urchin, 479
Metabolism, 621

Sewall (C. H.), Wireless Telegraphy, I
Scott (Captain R. F.), the National Antarctic Expedition, Seward (A. C., F.R.S.), Compulsory Greek at Cambridge,
41: Geographical Results of the National Antarctic Ex-

pedition, 421

Sharpe (J. W.), Blue Flints at Bournemouth, 176
Scripture (E. W.), Über das Studium der Sprach Kurven, Shaw (Dr. W. N., F.R.S.), the Study of the Minor Fluctu-

ations of Atmospheric Pressure, 216
Sea-fishing Industry of England and Wales, the, F. G. Sheppard (S. E.), the Molecular Condition in Solution of
Aflalo, 153

Ferrous Potassium Oxalate, 358; the Theory of Photo-
Sea-perch, a Large Indian, Major A. Alcock, F.R.S., 415 graphic Processes, on the Chemical Dynamics of Develop-
Searie (G. F. C.), Elements of Electromagnetic Theory, ment, 454
5. J. Barnett, 409

Shimek (Prof. B.), the Joess of Natchez and of the Lower
Seaton (A. E.), Need of Testing Materials to be subjected Mississippi Valley, 472

to Rapidly Repeated or to Alternating Loads otherwise Shore (T. W.), Death of, 278
than by Determining the Tensile Strength and Elastic Shull (G. H.), Place-constants for Aster prenanthoides, 493
Limit, 184

Sidgreaves (Father), Stonyhurst College Observatory, 592
Secondary Radiation, Prof. J. A. McClelland, 390

Sifton i littord), Report of the Commission appointed by,
See (Dr. T. J. J.), Observations of Occultations by Planets, Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada, to Investigate

185; Physical Conditions of the Planets, 424; the Physical the Different Electrothermic Processes for the Smelting
Cause of the Earth's Rigidity, 559

of Iron Ores and the Making of Steel in Europe, 258
Seed Plants, Paleozoic, E. A. N. Arber, 68

Signalling by Sound, Submarine, J. B. Millet, 595
Séguy (Gaston), Photogenic Radio-active Properties of Cal- Silberrad (0.), Constitution of Nitrogen lodide, 70; Metallic

cined Coral placed in a Radiant Vacuum and submitted Derivatives of Nitrogen lodide, 166
to the influence of the Kathode Rays, 287

Silicate Analysis, Practical, 219
Seismology : Seismological Notes, 19, 308, 620; Application Silk-raising in Ceylon, 468

of Earthquake Observations to the Investigation of the Silver (A. P.), the Wild Horses of Sable Island, 615
Constitution of the Interior of the Earth, Prof. Láska, Silver Ores, Cyaniding Gold and, H. Forbes Julian and
19; Gravitational Anomalies detected under Mount Etna, Edgar Smart, 292
Prof. Ricco, 20; Nature of Wave Motion in Third Phase Simmonds (C.), the Industrial and Artistic Technology of
of Record of Distant Earthquake, Prof. Grablovitz, 20; Paint and Varnish, A. H. Sabin, 50; Food Inspection
Work done by Great Earthquakes, Dr. R. von Köves- and Analysis, Albert E. Leach, 50; Oils for Motor-cars,
ligethy, 20; Variations of Sea Level on the East Coast

205; Inks, their Composition and Manufacture, C. Ains-
of Japan, Prof. Omori, 20 ; Present Condition of Kilauea, worth Mitchell and T. C. Hepworth, 269; the Cultivation
Dr. Otto Kuntze, 20; Modulus of Elasticity of Rocks, and Preparation of Para Rubber, W. H. Johnson, 321;
S. Kusakabe, 20; Level of Maximum Rate of Propaga- Change in the Colour of Moss Agates, 54
tion, Prof. Imamura, 20; Distribution of Submarine Simon (L. J.), a Method for the Volumetric Estimation of
Earthquakes, Wilhelm Krebs, 21; Measurements of the Hydroxylamine, 504
Velocity of Propagation of Earthquakes, G. Lippmann, Simpson (George C.), Atmospheric Electricity in High
95; the Inscription of Seismic Movements, G. Lippmann, Latitudes, 573
95; Earthquakes, Clarence Edward Dutton, 147 ; Simpson (R. R.), the Jammu Coal-fields, 471
Seismology in Japan, Baron Dairoku Kikuchi, 224; the Sinclair (W. J.), Exploration of the Potter Creek Cave in
Earthquake in Transbaikalia on September 28, 231; the California, 472
Leicester Earthquakes of August 4, 1893, and June 21, Singularities of Curves, T. B. S., 152
1904, Dr. C. Davison, 262; the Derby Earthquakes of Singularities of Curves, Compound, A. B. Basset, F.R.S.,
July 3, 1904, Dr. C. Davison, 262 ; Twin-earthquakes,
Dr. C. Davison, 262; Device for Overcoming the Ten- Sinnesorgane der Pflanzen, die, G. Haberlandt, 123
dency to Adherence in the Electric Contacts of Delicate Sirius, the Orbit of, Prof. Doberck, 133
Seismoscopes, Prof Alippi, 309; Mist-poeffers, Prof. Sirius, l'ariable Radial Velocity of, Prof. Campbell, 494
Alippi, 309 : Relation between the Variations in Lati- Skeats (Prof. E. W.), Origin of the Dolomites of Southern
tude at Tokio and the Occurrence of Earthquakes in

Tyrol, 190
Japan, Prof. Omori, 309; a Study of Recent Earth- Skeptizismus, der, in der Philosophie, Raoul Richter, 27
quakes, Charles Davison, 532; Propagation of Earth- Skinner (Sidney), Experiment on Pressure due to Waves, 609
quake Waves, M. P. Rudzki, 534 ; Propagation of Skottsberg, (C.), the Limit of an Antarctic Phytogeo-
Earthquake Waves, Rev. 0. Fisher, 583 ; the Indian graphical Zone, 326
Earthquake of April 4, 563 : Detailed Record of the Skye, a Fauna of the North-west Highlands and, J. A.
Indian Earthquake by Horizontal Pendulum at Birming- Harvie Brown and H. A. MacPherson, 202
ham. Dr. Davison, 389; the Synodic Monthly Variation Slade (Jeremiah), Death of, 491
in Frequency, Dr. Imamura, 620; Daily Periodic Slator (A.), Chemical Dynamics of the Reactions between
Changes of Level in Artesian Wells, K. Honda, 621; Sodium Thiosulphate and Organic Halogen Compounds,
Sound Waves of a Cannon have no Appreciable Effect part ii., Halogen Substituted Acetates, 598
on a Building, Prof. Vicentini, 621

Slow Transformation Products of Radium, Prof. E. Ruther-
Selenipedium, the Direction of the Spiral in the Petals of, ford, F.R.S., 341
George Wherry, 31

Smart (Dr.), Encke's Comet (1904 b), 114
Sellers (William), Death of, 372

Smart (Edgar), Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores, 292
Senderens (J. B.), Catalytic Power of Reduced Nickel, Smedley (H. E. H.), Models of Palæozoic Seeds and Cones,
433 : Reduction of Nitriles to Amines, 423

Sennett (A. R.), Across the Great St. Bernard, the Modes Smell? can Birds, Dr. Alex. Hill, 318
of Nature and the Manners of Men, 197

Smiles (S.), an Asymmetric Synthesis of Quadrivalent
Senter (George), Studies on Enzyme Action, 46

Sulphur, 550; Action of a-Halogen Ketones on Alky!
Senter (Dr. George), Role of Diffusion in the Catalysis of Sulphides, 550
Hydrogen Peroxide by Colloidal Platinum, 574

Smith (Assheton), the Late, Prof. Philip J. White, 125


Smith (G. F. Herbert), New Oxychloride of Copper from Mrs. Fleming, 306; Absorption by Water Vapour in the
Sierra Gorda, Chili, 574

Infra-red Solar Spectrum, F. E. Fowle, jun., 115; Arc
Smith (J. Kent), Chrome-vanadium Steels, 305

Spectra of the Alkali Metals, F. A. Saunders, 133 :
Smith (R. E. Blake), Toning Bromide Prints, 438

Characteristics of Nova Aurigæ (1892) and Nova Persei
Smith (Dr. R. Greig), a Yellow Race of Bacillus pseud. (1902), Dr. J. Halm, 142 ; Sun-spot Spectra, Father

arabinus from the Quince, 263 ; the Bacterial Origin of Cortie, 158; the Appearance of Spark Lines in Arc
Macrozamia Gum, 264

Spectra, Dr. Henry Crew, 159 ; on the Group IV. Lines
Smith (W. E.), Design of the Antarctic Exploration Vessel of Silicium, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., and
Discovery, 594

F. E. Baxandall, 189; Determination of Wave-lengths in
Smithsonian Institution, Astrophysical Work at the, C. G. the Extreme Ultra-violet Part of the Spectrum, H. Morris-
Abbot, 592

Airey, 191; Structure of the Third Cyanogen Band, Franz
Smithsonian Institution Report, 494

Jungbluth, 234; Groups of Negative Bands in the Air
Smoke Prevention and Fuel Economy, Wm. H. Booth and Spectrum with a Strong Dispersion, H. Deslandres, 239;
John B. C. Kershaw, 74

Experiment to prove Phase-reversal in Second Spectrum
Smoke Problem, F. J. Rowan, 210

from a Grating of Broad Slits, Mr. Conrady, 262; New
Snakes : Tenacity to Life of a Grass-snake, E. V. Windsor, Method for Measuring Radial-velocity Spectrograms, Prof.

J. Hartmann, 306; the Anomalous Dispersion of Sodium
Soap-films, Polyhedral, W. F. Warth, 273

Vapour, Prof. R. W. Wood, 327; Spectra of y Cygni,
Social England, 385

a Canis Minoris and € Leonis, E. Haschek and K.
Social Measurements, an Introduction to the Theory of Kostersitz, 354 ; a Research on “ Enhanced Lines," Jacob
Mental and, Edward L. Thorndike, 99

Steinhausen, 400; New Direct-vision Spectroscope, T.
Society of Arts, Lecture at, Science and the State, Sir Thorp, 431; New Spectrum Tubes, A. Gallenkamp and

William Abney, K.C.B., F.R.S., 90; the Society of Arts Co., 448; the Stellar Line near 1 4686, Sir Norman
and the London Institution, 539

Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., and F. E. Baxandall, 475;
Sociology : Fact in Sociology, 366; H. G. Wells, 319; the Spectrum of u Centauri, Sir Norman Lockyer,

Studies in Eugenics, Meeting at the Sociological Society, K.C.B., F.R.S., and F. E. Baxandall, 476; the Arc
401; Restrictions in Marriage, Francis Galton, 401; Spectrum of Scandium and its Relation to Celestial
Studies in National Eugenics, Francis Galton, 401; Dr. Spectra, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., and F. E.
Haddon, 402; Dr. F. W. Mott, 402; Ernest Crawley, Baxandall, 476; Europium and its Ultra-violet Spectrum,
402 ;. Dr. E. Westermarck, 402; Sociological Papers Sir William Crookes, F.R.S., 476; Influence of Strong
Published for the Sociological Society, 605

Electromagnetic Fields on the Spark Spectra of some
Soddy (Frederick), the Origin of Radium, 294; Charge on Metals, J. E. Purvis, 479; Index of Spectra, W. Marshall
the a Particles of Polonium and Radium, 438

Watts, 486; Further Researches on the Temperature
Söhns (F.), Unsere Pflanzen, 510

Classification of Stars, Sir Norman Lockyer, K.C.B..
Solar Atmosphere during 1900-1, the Conditions in the, F.R.S., 501 ; New Theory to account for the Duplication
N. Donitch, 329

of Lines in the Spectra of Variable Stars, Prof. Garbasso,
Solar Atmosphere, Planetary Tides in the, Émile Anceaux, 516; Distribution of Light (Monochromatic) in the Differ-

ent Orders of a Typical Grating, Prof. Wood, 543 ; Con-
Solar Eclipse Problems, Prof. Perrine, 329

stancy of “Spark Wave-lengths, G. W. Middlekauft,
Solar Eclipse of August 30, the Approaching Total, Dr. 545; Ultra-violet Absorption Spectra of certain Enol-keto-
William J. S. Lockyer, 393

tautomerides, E. C. Č. Baly and C. H. Desch, 549;
Solar and Magnetic Disturbances, Simultaneous Occurrence New Arrangement for the Use of the Methods of Inter-
of, A. Nippoldt, 16

ferential Spectroscopy, Ch. Fabry, 551; Variation of the
Solar Observers, Instructions to, 592

Band Spectra of Carbon with the Pressure, and some new
Solar Spectrum, Absorption by Water Vapour in the Infra- Band Spectra of Carbon, H. Deslandres and M. d'Azam-
red, F. E. Fowle, jun., 115

buja, 575
Solar and Terrestrial Phenomena, Relations between, H. J. Speech Curves, E. W. Scripture, Prof. John G. McKen-
Jensen, 158

drick, F.R.S., 250
Solly (R. H.), Minerals from the Lengenbach Quarry Spencer (A. C.), Copper Deposits of the Encampment

Binnenthal, 118; Three New Minerals from the Binnen- District, Wyoming, 450

thal, Smithite, Hutchinsonite, and Trechmannite, 574 Spencer (Dr. J. W.), the Submarine Great Canyon of the
Somers (P.), Pages from a Country Diary, 175

Hudson River, 472
Sommerfeld (Prof.), Simplified Deduction of the Field and Spiders, a Note on the Coloration of, Oswald H. Latter, 6

the Forces of an Electron moving in any Given Way, 373 Spinning and Twisting of Long Vegetable Fibres (Flax,
South African · Philosophical Society, 168

Hemp, Jute, Tow, and Ramie), Herbert R. Carter, Prof.
South Atlantic Ocean, Monthly Wind Charts for the, 157 Aldred F. Barker, 579
South Pole, Antarctica, or Two Years amongst the Ice of Spiral in the Petals of Selenipedium, the Direction of the,

the, Dr. N. Otto G. Nordenskjöld and Dr. Joh. Gunnar George Wherry, 31
Andersson, 560

Spiti, the Geology of, with Parts of Bashahr and Rupshu,
Southerden (F.), Chemical Analysis for Beginners, 54

H. H. Hayden, 251
Southern Hemisphere, Colours of Stars in the, Dr. J. Spongin und der Keratine, Studien über die Albuminoide
Möller, 256

mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des, Dr. Eduard
Southern Latitudes, Mean Temperatures of High, Prof. Strauss, 174
Julius Hann, 221

Sportsman Naturalist, Photography for the, L. W.
Southwell (Mr.), Whaling for 1904, 351

Brownell, 483
Sowter (R. J.), Ellipsoidal Lenses, 622

Spot on Jupiter, the Great Red, Mr. Denning and Rev. T.
Spark Lines in Arc Spectra, the Appearance of, Dr. Henry E. Phillips, 211; Stanley Williams, 211

Stafford (J.), Larva and Spat of the Canadian Oyster, 468
“Spark ” Wave-lengths, Constancy of, G. W. Middlekauff, Stahlberg (Walter), “ Verant " Lens for Stereoscopic Effect

with Monocular Vision, 305
Spectrum Analysis: the Third Band of the Air Spectrum, Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain (based on
H. Deslandres and A. Kannapell, 17; Deslandres's Reynolds's Geological Atlas), Horace B. Woodward,
Formula for the Lines in the Oxygen Band Series, Prof.

F.R.S., 315
Deslandres, 63 ; the Transition from Primary to Secondary Stanton Drew, A. L. Lewis, 584.
Spectra, P. G. Nutting, 63; the Photographic Spectrum Starks (Mr.). the Fishes of the Two Sides of the Isthmus
of Jupiter, G. Millochau, 89 ; Enhanced Lines of Titanium, of Panama, 590
Iron, and Chromium in the Fraunhoferic Spectrum, Sir Starling (Prof. E. H.), a Primer of Physiology, 556
J. Norman Lockyer, K.C.B., F.R.S., and F. E. Bax- Stars : Distribution of Stellar Spectra, Mrs. Fleming, u15;
andall, 94 : Photographic Spark Spectra of Titanium and Stars having Peculiar Spectra, Mrs. Fleming, 306; Har-
other Metals, Dr. Lohse, 373 ; Distribution of Stellar vard Observations of Variable Stars, Prof. E. C. Picker-
Spectra, Mrs. Fleming, 115: Stars having Peculiar Spectra, ing, 133 ; Designations of the Variable Stars discovered

Crew, 159.

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