Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 63

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Contents

Tables connected with the Pellian Equation from the point where the work
73
On the Establishment of a National Physical Laboratory Report of
120
Professor J VIRIAMU JONES
137
The best methods of recording the Direct Intensity of Solar Radiation Ninth
144
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160
Investigation of the Earthquake and Volcanic Phenomena of Japan Tbir
214
Bibliography of Spectroscopy Interim Report of the Committee consisting
227
Meteorological Observations on Ben Nevis Report of the Committee consist
280
Earth Tremors Report of the Committee consisting of Mr G J SYMONS
287
The Action of Magnetism on Light with a critical correlation of the various
335
The Bibliography of Solution Interim Report of the Committee consisting
372
The Action of Light on the Hydracids of the Halogens in presence
381
Wavelength Tables of the Spectra of the Elements and Compounds Report
387
An International Standard for the Analysis of Iron and Steel Fifth Report
437
The Circulation of Underground Waters Nineteenth Report of the Com
463
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469
The Registration of the Type Specimens of British Fossils Fourth Report
482
Erratic Blocks of England Wales and Ireland Twentyfirst Report of
514
The present state of our Knowledge of the Zoology of the Sandwich Islands
523
Occupation of a Table at the Zoological Station at Naples Report of
537
Investigations made at the Laboratory of the Marine Biological Association
546
The Legislative Protection of Wild Birds Eggs Report of the Committee
552
The Exploration of the Glacial Region of the Karakoram Mountains Report
564
The Methods of Economic Training adopted in this and other countries
571
The Climatological and Hydrographical Conditions of Tropical Africa
572
On the Physical Deviations from the Normal among Children in Elementary
614
On the Occurrence of Cyanonitride of Titanium in Ferromanganese
721
Interim Report on the Proximate Constituents of Coal
727
Address by J J H TEALL M A F R S F G S President of the Section
733
On a Nottingham Sandstone containing Barium Sulphate as a Cementing
745
On the Base of the Cambrian in Wales By II Hicks M D F R S
750
On Bones and Antlers of Cervus giganteus incised and marked by Mutual
756
On the Gypsum Deposits of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire By A
760
On some Igneous Rocks of South Pembrokeshire with a Note on
766
On some Shelly Clay and Gravel in Northeast Aberdeenshire
778
On the Zoology of the Sandwich Islands By D SHARP F R S
783
On Calorimetry by Surface Thermometry and Hygrometry By AUGUSTUS
799
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16
804
Report on Work carried on at the Biological Station Plymouth
807
On Cytological Differences in Homologous Organs By Professor
813
On Variation of Fecundity in Trifolium pratense and its varieties
817
On Lime Salts in relation to some Physiological Processes in the Plant
820
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 15
834
SECTION F ECONOMIC SCIENCE AND STATISTICS
843
Report on the Methods of Economic Training adopted in this and other
850
On the Progress of the Newspaper Press and the Need of Reform
856
On Warming and Ventilation By FRANK ASHWELL M Inst M E
875
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19
882
On Anthropometric Work in large Schools By BERTRAM C A WINDLE
895
On the Dards and SiahPosh Kafirs By J BEDDOE M D F R S
901
On a Modification of the Australian Aboriginal Weapon termed
902

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