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Hill-Tout, 477 ; the Blackfoot Medical Priesthood, Dr. 536 ; Prof. Alway, 526 ; Soil Moisture, Prof. King, 536; John Maclean, 477 ; Present Native Population and

Conservation of Soil Fertility, A. D. Hall and E. J. Traces of Early Civilisation in the Province of New

Russell, 536 Brunswick, William McIntosh, 477 ; Copper Imple- Section L (Educational Science)-Opening Address by ments from a Site in Western Ontario, Prof. E. Guthrie the Rev. H. B. Gray, D.D., Warden of Bradfield Perry, 478; Race Types in the Ancient Sculptures and College, Berkshire, President of the Section, the EducaPaintings of Mexico and Central America, Miss A. tional Factors of Imperialism, 442 Breton, 478; Arms and Accoutrements of the Ancient British Birds in their Haunts, Rev. C. A. Johns, 100 Warriors at Chichen Itza, Miss Breton, 478 ; Tribes British Birds and their Eggs, with a New Method of Inhabiting the Koskokurin Valley, Dr. G. B. Gordon, Identification, J. Maclair Boraston, 99 478; Recent Hittite Research, Dr. G. Hogarth, 478 ; Britishi Explosives Industry, the Rise and Progress of the, Prehistoric Antiquities of Malta, Dr. Ashby and Mr. Peet, 478 ; Archæological and Ethnological Researches British Medical Association, Physiology at the, 200 in Sardinia, Dr. Duncan Mackenzie, 478 ; Researches British Mountain Climbs, George D. Abraham, 485 in Crete, C. H. Hawes, 478 : Neolithic Sites in Thes- British Museum : Guide to the Whales, Porpoises, and saly, 478 ; Excavations at the Nubian Cemetery at Dolphins (Order Cetacea) Exhibited in the Department Anibeh, Dr. Randall-Maclver, 478

of Zoology, British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Section I (Physiology)-Opening Address by Prof. 'E. H. Road, London, S.W., 4; British Museum Report, 78;

Starling, M.D., F.R.S., President of the Section, the Catalogue of the Fresh-water Fishes of Africa in the Physiological Basis of Success, 384 ; Report of the British Museum (Natural History), G. A. Boulenger, Committee on Anæsthetics, Dr. Waller, 507; Dr. N. H. 216; Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the Alcock, 507; Prof. A. R. Cushny, 507; Prof. W. T. British Museum, Vol. viii., Catalogue of the Noctuidæ, Porter, 507; Use of Atropine in Conjunction with Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 455 Anästhetics, Dr. Webster, 507; Inorganic Composition British Rainfall, 1908, Dr. Hugh Robert Mill, 514 of the Blood in Puerperal Eclampsia, Prof. A. B. Britton (Prof. N. L.), the Genus Cereus, 462 Macallum, 507; Tracts in the Spinal Cord, Dr. Page Bronson (Dr. H. L.), on Clark and Weston Standard Cells, May and Prof. Sutherland Simpson, 507; the Delimita- 471 tion of the Motor Area in the Cerebral Cortex Demon- Bionze-age Interments in Switzerland, F. A. Forel, 371 strated by the Method of Retrograde Chromatolysis, Broom (Dr. R.), the Organ of Jacobson in Orycteropus, Dr. Page May, 508; the Pyramidal Tract in the Sheep 28 ; Milk Dentition of the Aard-vark, 166 and Guinea-Pig, Dr. Sutherland Simpson, 508 ; Study Browne (Miss E. N.), Production of New Hydranths by of the Thyroids and Parathyroids, Mrs. Thompson, 508 ; the Insertion of Small Grafts from another Individual of Effect of excluding the Blood Passing Through the the same Species, 496 Adrenals from the Circulation, Dr. Young, 508 ; Effect Browning (Dr. Carl H.), Studies on Immunity, 214 of Local Heat on Vegetable and Animal Tissues, Dr. Bruce (Eric Stuart), the Aëronautical Society, 6 Waller, 508; Difference in Composition of Different Bruce (Dr. William S.), Scottish Expedition to SpitsProteins, Dr. E. Frankland Armstrong, 508

bergen, 87 Section K (Botany)-Opening Address by Lieut.-Colonel Brunton (Sir Lauder), on the Poison of Venomous Snakes

David Prain, C.I.E., LL.D., F.R.S., President of the and the Methods of Preventing Death from their Bite,
Section, 406; Organisation and Reconstruction of the 186
Nuclei in thc Root-tips of Podophyllum peltatum, Prof. Bryan (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), the Aëronautical Society, 6;
J. B. Overton, 537; Nucleus of the Yeast Plant, Harold the Stability of Aeroplanes, 366 ; Aviation, 397
Wager and Miss A. Peniston, 537: Nuclear Phenomena Bryant (Father A. T.), Materia Medica among the Zulus,
of Ascomycetes in Relation to Heredity, Miss H. C. I. 298
Fraser, 537; Production and Dispersion of Spores in Bücking (Dr. H.), the Antiquity of Man in South America,
the Hymenomycetes, Prof. A. H. R. Buller,

534 Number of Bacteria in the Air of Winnipeg, Prof. Building Materials, Introduction to the Chemistry and Buller and C. W. Lowe, 537 ; Prothallium and Embryo Physics of, Alan E. Munby, 62 Sporophyte of Danæa, Prof. D. H. Campbell, 537; Buisson (M.), Comparison of the Spectra of the Centre Ancestry of the Osmundacea, Prof. D. T. Gwynne and Edge of the Sun's Disc, 110 Vaughan and Dr. Kidston, 537; Structure of a New Buller (Prof. A. H. R.), Production and Dispersion of Zygopteris, W. T. Gordon, 537; Fundamental Causes Spores in the Hymenomycetes, 537; Number of Bacteria of Succession among Plant-associations, Prof. H. C. in the Air of Winnipeg, 537 Cowles, 537; the Rocky Mountain Flora in Relation Bumstead (Prof.), Ascertained Properties of Light of very to Climate, Prof. F. Ramaley, 537; Observations and Short Wave-lengths (“ Schumann Rays ''), 469 Experiments on the Ecology of Spiraea ulmaria, Prof. Burkill (1. H.), Coptis, 30; Cymbopogon Martini, Stapf, R. H. Yapp, 537: History of the Wheats, Dr. O. Stapf, 30 538; Delayed Germination of Seeds, Prof. Pammel, Burnham (Prof.), Double-star Measures, 376; Halley's 538 ; the Industry of Rubber Cultivation, J. Parkin, Comet, 376 538 ; Chemistry of Chlorophyll, Prof. R. Willstätter, Burns (Gavin), the Number of the Stars, 229 538; Evolution of the Inflorescence, J. Parkin, 538; Burpee (Lawrence J.), the Water Route from Lake Life-history of Trichodiscus clegans, Miss E. J. Wels- Superior to the Westward, 506 ford, 538; Effects of Tropical Conditions on the Burrard (Col. S. G., F.R.S.), a Sketch of the Geography Development of Certain English Enotheras, Dr. R. R. and Geology of the Himalaya Mountains and Tibet, Gates, 538 ; Perception of Light in Plants, Harold 424 Wager, 538

Burton (E. F.). Influence of Electrolytes on Colloidal Sub-section of K (Agriculture)-Opening Address by Ferric Oxide Solutions, 470

Major P. G. Craigie, C.B., F.R.S., Chairman of the Buss (A. A.), Solar Research, 200 ; Temperature and Sub-section, 411; Experimental Farm System in Pressure Conditions in the Solar Atmosphere, 356; Ha Canada, Dr. W. Saunders, 52-· Possibility of extend- Images on Spectroheliograms, 376 ing the Food Production of Canada, Prof. Brigham, Butier (C. P.), Origin of Certain Lines in the Spectrum 535; Prof. Mavor, 535; Factors Determining the Yield of e Oricnis, 26 of Wheat, A. D. Hall and E. J. Russell, 535: the Butier (Dr. E. V.), Fungal Disease, Coryneum mori, in Influence of Environment on the Composition of the the Mulberry Nurseries near Srinagar, 226 Grain, F. T. Shutt, 535; Strength of Wheat, A. E. Bütv (M. de), Application of the Magnetic Properties of Humphries, 536; Dr. E. F. Armstrong, 536; Baking Metals to Automatic Coin Machines, 150 Qualities of Certain Flours, Prof. Harcourt, 536; Experiments in Breeding Wheat, Dr. C. Saunders. 536 ; Forestry Problems, Prof. Somerville, 536 ; R. H. Camp-Cabré (Juan), Rock Paintings of the Lower Ebro, 522 bell, 536 ; History of the Aberdeen-Angus Breed of Cadastral Survey of Egypt, 1892–1907, the, Capt. H. G. Cattle, Prof. Wilson, 536; Soil Problems, F. T. Shytt,

Lyons, 194

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Cady (W. G.), Phenomena Exhibited by Electric Arcs Chandler (Dr. S. C.), Earth Tides, 472
between Metal Electrodes, 297

Chapman (Dr. H. G.), Hexone Bases of Egg-white, 240
Caillou (Pousse), the Region Known as Changchenmo, Charpy (Georges), Separation of Graphite in White Cast
354

Iron Heated under Pressure, 60
Cajori (Proí. F.), Invention of the Slide Rule, 470

Chassy (A.), Conductivity of a Gas at Atmospheric Pressure
Calcutta : Asiatic Society of Bengal, 30, 150, 270

under the Influence of a High Alternating Voltage, 90
Caldecott (W. A.), Development of Heavy Gravitation Chatley (Prof. Herbert), the Force of the Wind, 366; the
Stamps, 539

Stability of Aëroplanes, 306
Calendar, Styles of the, W. T. Lynn, 277

Chatterjee (G. C.), Ova of a Distoma found in the
Callendar (Prof. H. L., F.R.S.), Osmotic Phenomena Skeletal Muscles of Saccobranchus fossilis, 270

and their Modern Physical Interpretation, Discourse at Chemistry: the Atomic Weight of Platinum, Prof. E. H.
Royal Institution, 235

Archibald, 29; Use of Platinum Felt as a Filtering
Calmette (Dr. A.), Determination of the Bovine or Human Medium, W. 0. Snelling, 404; Dimethylcamphor and
Origin of

Tuberculosis, 135; Venoms, Venomous Dimethylcampholic Acid, A. Haller and Ed. Bauer, 29;
Animals, and Anti-venomous Serum-therapeutics, 154 Action of

Organo-magnesium Compounds
Cambage (R. H.), Native Flora of New South Wales, Methyl-2-pentanone-4, F. Bodroux and F. Taboury, 29;

240; New Species of Eucalyptus from the Monaro Dis- Pseudo-morphine, Gabriel Bertrand and V. 1. Meyer,
trict, V.S.W 240

29: Evolution in Applied Chemistry, Prof. Otto N. Witt
Cambridge, the Darwin Celebrations at, 7

at Seventh International Congress of Applied Chemistry,
Cambridge, the Meeting of the International Geodetic 51; Fermentation of Glucose, Mannose, and Fructose by
Association in London and, 426

Yeast-juice, A. Harden and W. J. Young, 57; Muta-
Cambridge County Geographies : Somerset, Francis A. rotation of Glucose, Y. Osaka, 528; Pharmacological
Knight and Louie M. Dutton, 188

Action of Protocatechyltropeine, Prof. C. R. Marshall,
Campbell (A.), Measurement of Wave-length for High- 59 ; Gases of Volcanic Fumaroles, Armand Gautier, 59;
frequency Electrical Oscillations, 119

Ordinary Carbon, H. Le Chatelier and M. Wologdine,
Campbell (Prof. D. H.), New Flora of Krakatau, 296 ; 59 ; Action of Metallic Oxides on Methyl Alcohol, Paul

Prothallium and Embryo Sporophyte of Danæa, 537 Sabatier and A. Maiihe, 59; Hydrolysis of Salts in
Campbell (Prof.), Water Vapour in the Martian Atmo. Amphoteric Electrolytes. Miss H. H. Beveridge, 59;
sphere, 376

Forniation of Oxygen Compounds of Nitrogen and their
Campbell (R. H.), Forestry Problems, 536

Metallic Combinations (Iron and Lead) in the Produc-
Canaan Stone, a, G. Harold Drew, 486

tion of Ozone for the Sterilisation of Water, Ed. Bon-
Canada, Report on the Mining and Metallurgical Indus- jean, 60; Processes for the Fixation of Atmospheric
tries of, 1907-8, 511

Nitrogen, 143; New Alkaloid Extracted from the Bark
Cancer Researcin Fund, the Imperial, 86

of Pseudocinchona Africana, Ernest Fourneau, 60;
Cape Town : Royal Society of South Africa, 30, 239, 270, Formation of Lactones from Acid Alcohols, E. E. Blaise
510

and A. Koehler, 60; Introduction to the Chemistry
Carhart (Prof. H. S.), a Transition Point in Zinc and Physics of Building Materials, Alan E. Munby, 62 ;
Amalgam, 119

Modern Organic Chemistry, Dr. C. A. Keane, 64 ; Prac-
Carnegie, First Magnetic Results obtained on the, in the tical Organic Chemistry, Dr. J. J. Sudborough and

North Atlantic, Dr. L. A. Bauer and W. J. Peters, 529 T. C. James, 64; the Elements of Organic Chemistry,
Carnetz (V.), Sense of Direction of Man, 166

E. J. Lewis, 64; Abhandlung über die Glycole oder Zwei
Carpenter (Prof. H. C. H.), Growth of Cast Irons after

atomige Alkohole, Adolf Wurtz, 64; Practical Physio-
Repeated Heatings, 437

logical Chemistry, Prof. Philip B. Hawk, 67; Value of
Cartography : the Imperial Gazetteer of India, Atlas, i Benzidine for the Detection of Minute Traces of Blood,
Carulla (F. J. R.), Process of Manufacturing Artificial Prof. E. J. McWeeney, 89: Trialkylacetophenones and
Magnetic Oxide of Iron, 437

the Trialkylacetic Acids derived from Them, A. Haller
Carus-Wilson (Cecil), Musical Sands, 69, 159; Pitting of and Edouard Bauer, 90 ; Tautomeric Changes Elucidated
Flint Surfaces, 403

by Means of the Magnetic Rotatory Power, P. Th. Muller
Cassell's "Nature Copies (Wild Flowers), 246

and M. Thouvenot, 90; Evolution of Hydrogen from
Castle (Frank), Five-figure Logarithmic and other Tables, Silicochloroform under Silent Discharge, A. Besson and
484

L. Fournier, 90; Oxidation of Aldehydes of Silver, Mar-
Castro (R.), Search-ephemerides for Comet 1896 VII. cel Delépine and Pierre Bonnet, 90; Hydrolysis of Pro-
(Perrine), 170

teid Materials by Means of Hydrofluoric Acid, L.
Catania Observatory, the Spectroheliograph of the, Prof. Hugounenq and A. Morel, 90; Naturgeschichte einer
Riccò, 376

Kerze Michael Faraday; 95: Junior Chemistry,
Cavers (Dr. F.), Botany for Matriculation, 451

R. H. Adie, 95: Chemistry, Prof. W. A. Tilden, F.R.S.,
Cecropia peltata und ihr Verhältnis zu Azteca Alfari, zu 95; Histoire du Développement de Chimie depuis

Alta sexdens und anderen Insekten, Karl Fiebrig, 23 Lavoisier jusqu'a nos Jours. Prof. A. Ladenburg. 96;
Celestial Charts, the Palisa and Wolf, Dr. Palisa, 230 Nature of the Change undergone by Crystals of Hepta-
Ceramics : Liquefaction of Clay by Alkalis and Use of hydrated Sodium Sulphate in Contact with Crystals of

Fluid Clay Casting in the Ceramic Industry, Dr. E. the Decahydrate, D. Gernez, 120; New Method of
Weber, 375

Separating Uranium X, B. Szilard, 120; Rate of Helium
Cesaresco (Countess Evelyn Martinengo), the Place of Production from the Complete Series of Uranium Pro-
Animals in Human Thought, 276

ducts, Hon. R. J. Strutt, F.R.S., 158 ; Chemical Action
Cetacea : Guide to the Whales, Porpoises, and Dolphins of the Penetrating Rays of Radium on Water, Miroslaw

(Order Cetacea) Exhibited in the Department of Zoology, Kernbaum, 120 ; Hydrolytic Decomposition of Bismuth
British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, Bromide, René Dubrisay; 120 ; the Hydrolytic Dissocia-
London, S.W., 4

tion of Bismuth lodide, René Dubrisay, 330; Extraction
Cetus, a Newly Discovered Nebula Cluster in, Prof. Wolf, of Lutecium from the Gadolinite Earths, G. Urbain,
436

MM. Bourion and Maillard, 120: Rapid Method for
Ceylon, Recent Publications on Agriculture from India Testing Plants for Hvdrocvanic Acid, Marcel Mirande,

120; Essays, Biographical and Chemical, Sir William
Chagas (Carlos), a New Human Trypanosome Parasite Ramsay, K.C.B., F.R.S., C. Simmonds, 122 ; Death and
(T. cruzi), 46

Obituary Notice of Prof. G. Arth, 134 ; Synthesis of
Challenger Society, 119

Papaverine, Amé Pictet and A. Gams, 150 ; the Cata-
Chalmers (S. D.), the Sine Condition in Relation to the lysis of the Fatty Acids, J. B. Senderens, 150 ; New Base
Coma of Optical Systems, 119

extracted from Rye containing Ergot, Ergothioneine, C.
Chamberlain (C. W.), the Relative Motion of the Earth Tanret, 150 ; Grundriss der allgemeinen Chemie, Wilhelm
and Æther and the FitzGerald-Lorentz Effect, 474

Ostwald, 183 ; Grundriss der Pharmakochemie, Dr. O. A.
Chamberlin (Prof. T. C.), the Tidal and other Problems, Oesterle, Prof. Henry G. Greenish, 184; Southall's

Organic Materia Medica, J. Barclay, Prof. Henry G.

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Greenish, 184; the Rise and Progress of the British Chinese Names of Colours, Alfred Tingle, 367
Explosives Industry, 190; Death of Prof. S. W. John- Chofardet (P.), Comet 1909a, Borrelly-Daniel, 46; Observa-
son, 194; Properties of the Monatomic Gases, Dr. H. tions of the Comet 1909a (Borrelly-Daniel) at the
Happel, 198; Recent Advances in Our Knowledge of Observatory of Besançon, 29
Silicon and of its Relations to Organised Structures, Chree (Dr. C., F.R.S.), Results of Observations made at
Prof. J. Emerson Reynolds, F.R.S., at Royal Institution, the Coast and Geodetic Survey Magnetic Observatories,
206; New Method of Analysis by Curves of Miscibility, Daniel L. Hazard, 205; Magnetic Storm of September
its Application to Oils used for Food, E. Louise, 209; 25, 395; Magnetic Storms and Solar Eruptions, 456
the Allotropic States of Phosphorus, Pierre Jolibois, 209; Christian Science, the Faith and Works of, 513
Action of the Ultra-violet Rays upon the Acetic Fer- Christie (W. A. K.), Mining Administration in India,
mentation of Wine, Victor Henri and Joseph Schnitzler, 219
210; the Latent Heat of Fusion and the Specific Heat of Chronology : Styles of the Calendar, W. T. Lynn, 277
Propionic Acid, G. Massol and M. A. Faucon, 210; Chronometry : the Daylight Saving Bill, 294 ; Standard
Paralysing Influence exercised by Certain Acids Clock at Hamburg Observatory Connected to Trunk
Alcoholic Fermentation, Mlle. M. Rozenband,

Telephone System, 433
Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Claparède (Dr. Ed.), Psychologie de l'Enfant et Pédagogie
Waxes, Dr. J. Lewkowitsch, C. Simmonds, 211; V. v. expérimentale, 214
Richter's Chemie der Kohlenstoffverbindungen

oder Clark (Latimer), a Monument to, Prof. C. V. Boys,
organische Chemie, Dr. R. Anschütz and Dr. G. F.R.S., 512
Schroeter, 215; Analyse und Konstitutionsermittelung Clarke (Dr. Eagle), Young of the Sanderling, 136
organischer Verbindungen, Dr. Hans Meyer, 215; the Clarke (W. E.), Elementary Practical Botany, 451
Cyanamide Industry of France, M. Pluvinage, 222 ; Clay's Successful Gardening, 451
Estimation of Fat' in Unsweetened Evaporated Milk, Clayton (E. G.), a Compendium of Food-microscopy, 97
Messrs. Hunziker and Spitzer, 226; Osmotic Phenomena Clayton (H. Helm), Exploration of the Air with Ballons-
and their Modern Physical Interpretation, Prof. H. L. sondes at St. Louis, and with Kites at Blue Hill, 223;
Callendar, F.R.S., at Royal Institution, 235; Ethyl Suggested Reforms in Meteorological Methods, 464
Acetal of Tetrolic Aldehyde, P. L. Viguer, 239; Method Clayworking Industry in the United States, History of the,
for the Rapid Estimation of Metallic Aluminium, E. Dr. H. Ries and H. Leighton, Dr. J. W. Mellor,
Kohn-Abrest, 239; Decomposition of Carbon Dioxide by 452
the Ultra-violet Rays, H. Herchefinkel, 239; Hexone Cleland (Dr. J. B.), Diurnal Variations in the Tempera-
Bases of Egg-white, Dr. J. M. Petrie and Dr. H. G. tures of Camels, 60; Barisal Guns in Australia, 127 ;
Chapman, 240; Influence of the Reaction of the Medium Australian Fauna and Flora, 353
on the Development and Proteolytic Activity of Davaine's Clément (Louis), Examination of Essence of Turpentine,
Bacteridium, Mlle. Eleonore Lazarus, 269; Synthesis of 480
Unsaturated Fatty Ketones, F. Boudroux and F. Clément (P.), Proof of Experimental Ammoniuria in
Taboury, 269; Genesis of the Chemical Elements, James Epilepsy, 330
Moir, 270; Aurvedic Metallic Preparations, Part i., Climatology of Styria, Dr. Robert Klein, 81
Panchanan Neogi and Birendra Bhusan Adhicary, 270; Cobb (Dr. N. A.), Fungus Maladies of the Sugar Cane,
Death of Prof. Emil Christian Hansen, 294; Obituary 496
Notice of, Arthur R. Ling, 310; Death of L. Bouve- Coblentz (Prof. Wm. W.), Supplementary Investigations of
ault, 311; Action of Todo-eosin as a Test for Free Infra-Red Spectra, 82
Alkalis in Dried Plant Tissues, Dr. A. C. Hof, 312 ; Coburn (F.), Breeding of the Marsh-Warbler in Worcester-
Apparatus for Determining the Calorific Power of

shire, 495
Gaseous Combustibles, P. Lemoult, 330; Chemistry in Coburn (F. D.), Swine in America, 35
the Service of the State, Sir Edward Thorpe, 340 ; Curious Cockerell (Prof. T. D. A.), Skull of a Ground-sloth from
Case of Corrosion Occurring in a Stand-by Boiler, G. N. Colorado, 264
Huntly, 354; Calorimetric and Cryoscopic Constants of Coffin (Dr. J. G.), Vector Analysis, 392
Mercuric Bromide, M. Guinchant, 360 ; a Manual of Cohen (Prof. J. B.), the Nature and Extent of Air Pollu-
Volumetric Analysis, Dr. H. W. Schimpf, 364; Lique- tion by Smoke, Paper at Health Congress, 468
faction of Clay by Alkalis and Use of Fluid Clay Casting Cole (L. J.), Importance of “ Tagging Birds, 87
in the Ceramic Industry, Dr. E. Weber, 375; the Mag- Coleman (Prof. A. P.), Extent of the Ice Sheets in the
netic Role of Oxygen in Organic Compounds, P. Pascal, Great Plains, 446; the Bearing of Pre-Cambrian Geology
390 ; Estimation of Phosphorus in Combustible Substances on Uniformitarianism, 446; Metal Mining in Canada,
by the Calorimetric Bomb, P. Lemoult, 390 ; the Manu- 447
facture of Rubber Goods, Adolf Heil and Dr. W. Esch, Collingham (R. H.), Ilgner-operated Winding-engines, 19
391: Oxidation of Phenol, H. D. Gibbs, 404: Washing Collins (Mr.), Boric Acid in Milk from Cows Fed on Indian
of Cider Apples with an Oxidising Calcium Salt leading

Cotton Cake, 168
to Pure Fermentation, Henri Alliot and Gilbert Gimel, Colombia, the Journal of an Expedition across Venezuela
420; Corrosion of Iron, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 437; and, 1906–7, Dr. Hiram Bingham, 453
Action of Air and Steam on Pure Iron, Dr. J. Newton Colour among Tropical Fishes, Changes of, C. H. Town-
Friend, 437: Process of Manufacturing Artificial Mag-

send, 174,
netic Oxide of Iron, F. J. R. Carulla, 437; Death and Colours, Chinese Names of, Alfred Tingle, 367
Obituary Notice of Richard Bannister, 460 ; Thermal Combustion, Spontaneous, Dr. John Knott, 268
Properties of Silver Nitrate, M. Guinchant, 480 ; Exam- Comets : the Comets of 1907 and 1908, Prof. Kobold, 20;
ination of Essence of_Turpentine, Paul Nicolardot and Comet 1909a (Borrelly-Daniel), 20, 83; M. Chofardet,
Louis Clément, 480; Revision of the Density of Gaseous 46; Ephemeris for Comet 1909a (Borrelly-Daniel),
Hydrochloric Acid : the Atomic Weight of Chlorine, Otto Dr. M. Ebell, 267; Halley's Comet, Dr. Holetschek,
Scheuer, 510; Derivatives of Hexahydro-oxybenzoic Acid, 46; L. Matkiewitsch, 46; Ephemeris for Halley's Comet,
P. J. Tarbouriech, 510; Total Sugar of the Plasma and 1909c, Mr. Crommelin, 465; Observations of Halley's
Globules of the Blood, R. Lepine and M. Boulud, 510; Comet, 1909c, Prof. Wolf, 404; Visibility of Halley's
Gay-Lussac's Law, its Centenary, Dr. A. N. Meldrum, Comet, W. F. Denning, 395; Elements and Ephemeris
519: Death of Dr. Hermann Endemann, 524 ; a Series for Halley's Comet (1909c), 436; Halley's Comet Re-
of Isomeric Phenylphthalimides, Mr. Kuhara and Mr. discovered, Prof. Max Wolf, 355 ; Messrs. Cowell and
Komatsu, 528 ; see also British Association

Crommelin, 355; Halley's Comet, Prof. Burnham, 376;
Child Employment and Evening Continuation Schools, Cyril 1909b, Dr. Max Wolf, 376; Prof. Millosevich, 528;
Jackson, 50

Father Searle, 528; Prof. Newall, on the Identity of
Children in Health and Disease, Dr. David Forsyth, 454 Comets 1908a and 1908b (Encke), Dr. Ebell, 83 ; Search-
Chile, Musical Sands in, M. H. Gray, 126

ephemerides for Comet 1896 VII. (Perrine), F. W.
China Philosophical Society, Inaugural Meeting of the, Ristenpart, 170 ; R. Castro and A. Repenning, 170 ;
Wang Shoh Lian, 461

Re-discovery of Perrine's Comet, Herr Kopff, 229; Herr

on

shire, 495

Ristenpart, 229; Comet 190gb (Perrine, 1896 VII.), Herr Gurney, 44; Indian Cirripedia Pedunculata, Dr. N.
Ristenpart, 207; Prof. kobold, 267, 298; Observa- Annandale, 373
tions of Perrine's Comet, 315; Observations of Perrine's Crystallography : the Seven Styles of Crystal Architecture,
Comet, 190gb, Dr. Max Wolf, 376; Dr. Ebell, 376; Dr. A. E. H. Tutton, F.R.S., 299
Search-ephemeris for Winnecke's Comet, C. Hillebrand, Cullis (Prof. C. E.), Properties of Möbius's Surface, 375
405

Cunningham (Lieut.-Colonel Allan), Verification of a Mer-
Commutative Law of Addition and Infinity, the, Philip senne's Number, 194
E. B. Jourdain, 69; G. B. M., 69

Cunningham (Prof. D. J., F.R.S.), Death and Obituary
Comparison Prism, a New Form of, Prof. Louis Bell,

Notice of, 15
40

Cunningham (J. T.), a Question of Percentages, 159
Conchology : Discovery of Large Quantities of Shells of Cushny (Prof. A. R.), Report of the Committee

the Pearl-mussel (Unio margarilifer) in Gravel of Appar- Anästhetics, 507
ently Pleistocene Age in the Thames near Mortlake, Cyanamide Industry of France, the, M. Pluvinage, 222
J. W. Jackson and A. S. Kennard, 495

Cytology : Plasma und Zelle, Prof. Martin Heidenhain, 212
Congress of Medicine, the Sixteenth International, 369
Constable (F. C.), Man and Environment, 306; Remark-

able Pink Glow, 352
Contamination of Milk, the, Dr. Orr, 74

Dabrowski (M.), the Brownian Movement and Molecular
Continuation Schools, Report of the Consultative Com- Constants, 360

mittee of the Board of Education on Attendance, Com- Daire (M.), Sterilisation by the Ultra-violet Rays, Applica-
pulsory or Otherwise, at, 172

tion to the Butter Industry, 210
Cooke (i. E.), Magnificent Aurora in Australia on Sep-Dalby (Prof. W. E.), Heat Transmission, Lecture at Insti-
tember 25, 524

tution of Mechanical Engineers, 533
Cookson (Bryan), Death and Obituary Notice of, 372 Dalmatien, Geologischer Führer durch, Dr. R. Schubert,
Coolidge (Prof. J. L.), Problems Connected with Games of

365
Chance, 496

Danish Researches on the Eel and the Plaice, 191
Coomaraswamy (Ananda K.), Mediæval Sinhalese Art, 39 Danneman (Dr. Friedrich), Naturlehre für höhere Lehran-
Cooper Research Laboratory, the Journal of the, 187

stalten auf Schulerübungen gegrundet, 66
Copeland (Dr. E. B.), Ferns of the Malay Archipelago, Dannenburg (P.), Zimmer- und Balkonpflanzen, 451
197

Daru (N. D.), Mining Administration in India, 219
Copenhagen Congress on the Testing of Materials of Con-

Darwin (Sir George), Determination of the Lunar Earth-
struction, 377

Tides, 427; Earth Tides, 472
Corbin (G. B.), Smooth Snake still found in the New Darwin Celebrations at Cambridge, the, 7
Forest, 433

Darwinism and Politics, Sidney Low, 310
Cork, Notes on a Stone Circle in County, Captain Boyle Datta (P. N.), Mining Administration in India, 219
T. Somerville, 126

Davidge (H. T.), Technical Electricity, 244
Corona, the Polarisation of the Solar, M. Salet, 46 Davies (W.), Breeding of the Marsh-Warbler in Worcester-
Coronas (Rev. J.), Two Severe Typhoons Experienced in
1908, 109

Davis (C. A.), the Peat Deposits of Maine, 490
Coronas (Señor), Typhoons on October 4, 8, and 13, 1908, Dawydoff (C.), Regeneration in the Enteropneusta, 462
354

Deacon (Dr. G. F.), Obituary Notice of, 16
Corpuscular Radiation, Homogeneous, Charles A. Sadler, Dean (R. B.), Somatological Study of the Benguet Indians,
516

266
Corstorphine (Dr. G. S.), the Geology of South Africa, Deerr (Noel), Bacterial Flora of Hawaiian Sugars, 226
455

Delépine (Marcel), Oxidation of Aldehydes by Silver Oxide,
Cosserat (E. and F.), Théorie des Corps déformables, 67 90
Cotter (G. de P.), Mining Administration in India, 219 Dellinger (O. P.), Physical Structure of Protoplasm, 373
Cotton (L. A.), Metasomatic Processes in a Cassiterite Vein Delvalez (4.), Hall Effect in Liquids, 404

from New England, 60; Note on the Guyra Lagoon, Demons, Baskets used in Repelling, Dr. N. Annandale, 38
N.S.W., 60

Denning (W. F.), the Perseids of 1909, 189; August
Courmont (5.), Slight Penetration of the Ultra-violet Rays Meteoric Shower, 224, 246 ; Visibility of Halley's Comet,

through Liquids Containing Colloidal Substances, 210 21-· Fireball in Sunshine, 456 ; the Meteor in Sunshine,
Couturat (L.), Weltsprache und Wissenschaft, 218

October 6, 487
Cowell (Mr.), Halley's Comet Re-discovered, 355

Dermatology : Death and Obituary Notice of Dr. Radcliffe
Cowles (Prof. H. C.), Fundamental Causes of Succession

Crocker, 294
among Plant Associations, 537

Derr (Louis), Photographic Study of Mayer's Floating
Cox (R. H.), a Guide to Avebury and Neighbourhood, Magnets, 228
154

Derry (Dr. D. E.), Prehistoric Cemeteries at Koshtamna, in
Coyle (Ray F.), Development of the Auditory Ossicles in

Nubia, 463
the Horse, 149

Deslandres (H.), Movements in the Sun's Upper Atmo-
Crabtree (Harold), an Elementary Treatment of the sphere, 170; Ha Images on Spectroheliograms, 376;

Theory of Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion, 182 Movements of the Upper Solar Atmosphere Above and
Craig (Mr.), Terrestrial Refraction in Egypt, 436

Round the Faculæ, 390 ; Multiple Monochromatic Images
Craigie (Major P. G., C.B., F.R.S.), Opening Address in of the Sun given by the Large Lines of the Spectrum,

Sub-section K at the Meeting of the British Association 420 ; the Nature of Solar Faculæ, 465; Hydrogen Layers
at Winnipeg, 411; Agricultural Development of Canada, in the Solar Atmosphere, 498
1904-9, 506

Dew-Ponds, Scientific Studies of, E. A. Martin, 458
Cramp (W.), Vectors and Vector Diagrams applied to Dewar (Douglas), the Making of Species, 481
Alternating-current Circuit, 93

Dickson (J. D. Hamilton), Percentages in School Marks,
Craniology : Measurements of a Series of Skulls Deposited 307

in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, B. A. Gupte, 374 Dickson (W. E. Carnegie), a Text-book of General Patho-
Crocker (Dr. Radcliffe), Death and Obituary Notice of, logy for the Use of Students and Practitioners, 36
294

Dinosaurs, the Upper Cretaceous Iguanodont, 160
Croft (W. B.), a Kinematic Illusion, 158

Diprotodonts, Primitive, J. W. Gidley, 204
Crommelin (Mr.), Halley's Comet Re-discovered, 355 ;

Disease, Röntgen Rays in the Diagnosis of, 220
Ephemeris for Halley's Comet, 19090, 465

Diurnal Variation of Temperature in the Free Atmosphere,
Crook (T.), Carnotite and an Associated Mineral-complex E. Gold, 6
from South Australia, 28

Dixon (A. L.), Results in the Theory of Elimination, 25
Crookes's Radiometer, the Theory of, Lord Rayleigh, O.M., Doberck (Prof.), Double-Star Observations, 436
F.R.S., 69

Dodge (Prof.), Formation of Arroyos in Adobe-filled Valleys
Crustacea : the Malacostracan Cirolana foutis, Robert in the South-western United States, 506

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Dohrn (Prof. Anton), Death of, 400; Obituary Notice of,

Sir E. Ray Lankester, K.C.B., F.R.S., 429
Dollo (Prof. Louis), Nematonurus lecointei, 29; Extinct

Gigantic Reptiles of Belgium, 148
Domin (Dr. K.), Study of Various Morphological Features

in the Umbelliferæ, 297
Dornic (M.), Sterilisation by the Ctra-violet Rays, Applica-

tion to the Butter Industry, 210
Dorsey (Dr. H. G.), Magnetostriction, 474
Doubek (Miss M.), Nature of the Tendrils in the Cucur-

bitacea, 226
Double Stars: Micrometer Measures of Double Stars,

Phillip Fox, 83 ; Double-Star Measures, Prof. R. G. Ait-
ken, 138; Prof. Burnham, 376; Double-Star Observa-
tions, Prof. Doberck, 436; Publikationen des astro-
physikalischen Observatoriums zu Potsdam, Doppelsterne,

Prof. O. Lohse, 492
Douglas (Dr. J.), Influence of the Railroads of the United

States and Canada on the Mineral Industry, 539
Douglas (James A.), Carboniferous Limestone of County

Clare, 89
Downey (Prof. June), “Muscle Reading," 198
Drew (G. H.), Reproduction and Early Development of

Laminaria digitata and Laminaria saccharina, 58
Drew (G. Harold), a “ Canaan Stone,

486
Drought in South-west Ireland, Geo. A. Armstrong, 487;

Dr. Hugh Robert Mill, 517
Drugs, the Chemistry of, Prof. Henry G. Greenish, 184
Drugs and the Drug Habit, Dr. Harrington Sainsbury, 271
Drummond (W. B.), Elementary Physiology for Teachers

and Others, 425
Duane (William), Heat of Polonium, 29
Dublin Royal Society, 89
Dubrisay (René), the Hydrolytic Decomposition of Bismuth

Bromide, 120 ; the Hydrolytic Dissociation of Bismuth

Iodide, 330
Ducloux (Dr.), the Antiquity of Man in South America, 534
Dufour (A.), Electric Discharge through Vacuum Tubes,

Deviable Rays nột due to Free Positive Electrons, 19
Duhem (Pierre), Etudes sur Léonard de Vinci, ceux qu'il

a lus et ceux qui l'ont lu, 2; Essai sur la Votion de

Théorie physique de Platon à Galilée, 361
Dumville (Benjamin), the Science of Speech, an Elementary

Manual of English Phonetics for Teachers, 124
Dustless Roads, Tar Macadam, a Practical Treatise for

Engineers, Surveyors, and Others, T. Walker Smith, 92
Dutta (B. B.), Constitution of the Roots of Arisaema con-

cinnum, 270
Dutton (Louie M.), Cambridge County Geographies :

Somerset, 188
Dyeing and Cleaning of Textile Fabrics, the, F. A. Owen,

Prof. Walter M. Gardner, 5
Dynamics : Geometrie der Kräfte, H. E. Timerding, Sir

Robert Ball, F.R.S., 34; a First Dynamics, C. S. Jackson
and W. M. Roberts, 156; Vorlesungen über technische

Mechanik, Dr. August Foppl, 274
Earhart (R. F.), Effect of Temperature Variations on the

Luminous Discharge in Gases for Low Pressures, 473
Earland (A.), Arenaceous Foraminisera, 79
Earth Slopes, Retaining Walls, and Dams, Graphical

Determination of, Prof. C. Prelini, 393
Earth's Surface, Movements of the, Ch. Lallemand, 457
Earthquakes : Two Severe Earthquakes in Mexico City,

166 ; Fracture of Cables by the Earthquake of January
14, 1907, Maxwell Hall, 198 ; Earthquake in Central
Japan, 225; Earthquake Shocks on September_22, 401:
Earthquake in Shetland, 460 : Earthquake at Reggio di
Calabria, 460; Earthquake of October 8, 1909, Alfred

Angot, 510
Ebell (Dr. M.), the Identity of Comets 1908a and 1908b

(Encke), 83 ; Ephemeris for Comet 190ga (Borrelly-

Daniel), 267; Observations of Perrine's Comet, 190gb, 376
Ebro, Rock Paintings of the Lower, l'Abbé Breuil and

Juan Cabré, 522
Eclipse, the Solar, of June 17, 1909, Father Rigge, 171
Economic Biologists, Association of, 114
Eddington (A. S.), Law of Distribution of Stellar Motions,

471
Edinburgh Royal Society, 29, 59, 148
Edinger (Prof. Ludwig), Einführung in die Lehre vom

Bau und den Verrichtungen des Nervensystems, 219

Edridge-Green (Dr. F.), Spectroscope for estimating Colour

Perception, 20
Edser (Edwin), the Analysis of Sounds L'sed in Speech, 533
Education : Child Employment and Evening Continuation

Schools, Cyril Jackson, 50; the King on Increased Pro-
vision for Advanced Scientific Instruction and Research,
83 ; the Position of Higher Education, 113 ; State Aid for
University Education, 133 ; Report of the Consultative
Committee of the Board of Education on Attendance,
Compulsory or Otherwise, at Continuation Schools, 172;
the Position of Science Teaching in Public Schools, 192 ;
Psychologie de l'Enfant et Pédagogie expérimentale, Dr.
Ed. Claparède, Prof. J. A. Green, 214; the Administration
of Agricultural Education,

428; die

biologischen
Schülerübungen, Erich Leick, 429; Freiwillige Schüler-
übungen in Physik in humanistischen Gymnasien, Prof.

Dr. Edmund Hoppe, 429
Edwards (C. A.), Liquidus Curves of the Ternary System

Aluminium-Copper-Tin, 26
Edwards (J.), New Beetle, Dryops anglicus, from Horning,

462
Eel, Remarks on the Metamorphosis and Distribution of

the, (:Inguilla vulgaris, Turt.), Johs. Schmidt, 191
Egypt : an Egyptian Oasis : an Account of the Oasis of
Kharga in the Libyan Desert, with Special Reference to
its History, Physical Geography, and Water Supply,
H. J. Llewellen Beadnell, Prof. John W. Judd, C.B.,
F.R.S., 70; the Cadastral Survey of Egypt, 1892–1907,
Capt. H. G. Lyons, 194; Terrestrial Refraction in Egypt,

Mr. Xydis, 430 ; Messrs. Craig and Keeling, 436
Egyptology: Find of String Vets of the Seventeentb

Egyptian Dynasty, Prof. Flinders Petrie, 403
Eichhorn (Dr. Gustav), Vererbung, Gedächtnis und Trans-

zendentale Erinnerungen vom Standpunkte des Physikers,

361
Elderton (Ethel M.), Relative Strength of Nurture and

Nature, 403
Electricity: New Method to Secure an Almost Undamped

Series of Oscillations in the Secondary Circuit of the
Sender, Prof. Fleming, 19; Effect of Electrostatic Con-
densers in Preventing or Extinguishing Arcs, W. M.
Mordey, 20; Metallic Filament " Tubolite, the Linolite
Company, 20; Model of Leakage Path Device for Regu-
lating Voltage of Alternators, Hon. C. A. Parsons,
F.R.S., 20;

the Absolute Value of the Mechanical
Equivalent of Heat in Terms of the International Elec-
trical Units, Prof. H. T. Barnes, 25; Electric Induction
through Solid Insulators, Prof. H. A. Wilson, 26;
Passage of Electricity through Gaseous Mixtures, E. M.
Wellisch, 27; the Coefficients of Capacity and the Mutual
Attractions or Repulsions of Two Electrified Spherical
Conductors when Close Together, Dr. A. Russell, 27;
Experiment with the Spark Gap of an Induction Coil,
Dr. Dawson Turner, 29; Ionisation of Air by High-
tension Electric Mains, L. Houllevigue, 29; Galvanometer
for Alternating Currents, M. Guinchant, 29; Effect of a
Magnetic Field on the Electrical Conductivity of Flame;
Prof. H. A. Wilson, 56 ; Electrical Reactions of Certain
Bacteria Applied to the Detection of Tubercle Bacilli in
Urine by Means of an Electric Current, C. Russ, 57; the
Elements of Electricity and Magnetism, Prof. W. S.
Franklin and Barry Macnutt, 66; a Short University
Course in Electricity, Sound, and Light, Dr. Robert A.
Millikin and J. Mills, 66; the Elementary Theory of
Direct Current Dynamo Electric Machinery, C. E. Ash-
ford and E. W. É. Kempson, 66; Electrical Laboratory
Course for Junior Students, R. D. Archibald and R.
Rankin, 66 ; Experiments on the Inertia of the Negatively
Charged Particles of the B Rays from Radium distinctly
in Favour of “ Principle of Relativity,” Dr. E. Hupka,
82 ; Vectors and Vector Diagrams Applied to Alternat-
ing-current Circuit, W. Cramp and C. F. Smith, 93 ;
Occasional ('nexplained Ringing of House-bells, Sir
Oliver Lodge, F.R.S., 98; Rev. C. L. Tweedale, 189: Dr.
John Aitken, F.R.S., 246 ; Most Probable Value of the
Atomic Charge e of Electricity, M. Moulin, 109;
Measurement of Wave-length for High-frequency Elec-
trical Oscillations, A. Campbell, 110 ; the Acarus Crossii,
Charles E. Benham, 127; Modern Electric Practice,
Maurice Solomon, 151 ; Magneto- und Elektro-optik, Dr.
Woldemar Voigt, 185; Cours de Physique, Electroptique,

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