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Section C (Geology)-Opening Address by G. W.
Lamplugh, F.R.S., President of the Section, on British
Drifts and the Interglacial Problem, 387; on the
General Geological Structure of the Country Round
York, Prof. Kendall, 549; on the Problems Connected
with the Palæozoic Glaciation of Australia, India, and
South Africa, Prof. J. W. Gregory, 549; Prof. Edge-
worth David, 549; T. H. Holland, 549; R. D. Oldham,
549; on the Origin of the Trias, Prof. Bonney and
J. Lomas, 549; Prof. Cole, 550; R. D. Oldham, 550;
Clement Reid, 550; on the Peculiar Properties of a
Variety of Sodalite from Rajputana, T. H. Holland, 550
Section D (Zoology)-Opening Address by J. J. Lister,
M.A., F.R.S., President of the Section, the Life-
history of the Foraminifera, 400; Zoology at the
British Association, Dr. J. H. Ashworth, 550; the
Tanganyika Problem, J. E. S. Moore, 550; W. A.
Cunnington, 550; Prof. J. W. Gregory, 550; Prof.
Pelseneer, 550; Dr. G. A. Boulenger, 551; the Nature
of Fertilisation, Dr. V. H. Blackman, 551; Prof.
Calkins, 551; L. Doncaster, 551; Dr. Rosenberg,
551; Prof. Hickson, 551; H. Wager, 551; Spicule
Formation in Sponges, Prof. Minchin, 551; Prof.
Dendy, 551; W. Woodland, 551; Fishery Problems
and Marine Investigations, Dr. E. J. Allen, 551; Dr.
W. Garstang, 551; G. L. Alward, 551; Systematic
Study of Oceanic Plankton, Dr. G. H. Fowler, 552;
Life Cycle of the Protozoa, Prof. Calkins, 552; Miss
Cull, 552; Infection of Monkeys with Guinea-worm,
Dr. R. T. Leiper, 552; Habits of Tube-building
Worms, Arnold T. Watson, 552; Papers on Lepido-
ptera, Prof. E. B. Poulton, 552; Dr. F. A. Dixey,
552; G. T. Porritt, 552; Mr. Doncaster, 553; Pineal
Eve of Geotria and Sphenodon, Prof. Dendy, 553;
Formation of Nucleoli, Prof. Havet, 553: Milk Denti-
tion of the Primitive Elephant, Dr. C. W. Andrews,
553; a New Conception of Segregation, A. D. Darbi-
shire, 553

Section E (Geography)-Opening Address by Sir George
Goldie, President of the Section, the Scientific Treat-
ment of Geography, 478; on Social Geography, Prof.
G. W. Hope, 478; on Coast Erosion, Clement Reid,
F.R.S., 478; on a Proposal for Improved Geodetic
Measurements in Great Britain, Major E. H. Hills,
479; the Chagos Archipelago, J. Stanley Gardiner,
479; on the Scientific Results of the Survey of the
Scottish Lochs, James Murray, 470: on the irrigation
Projects Inaugurated by the United States Govern-
ment, Major Beacom, 470: on the Wheat Area in
Central Canada, Prof. L. W. Lyde, 479; on the Past
and Present of Asiatic Turkey, Prof. W. M. Ramsay,

479

Section G (Engineering)—Opening Address by J. A.
Ewing, LL.D., F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E., President of the
Section, 418; on Modern Armour and its Attack,
Major W. E. Edwards, 500; on the Removal of
Dust and Smoke from Chimney Gases, S. H. Davies
and F. G. Fryer, 500; on Standardisation in British
Engineering Practice, Sir John Wolfe-Barry, 500; on
the Deformation and Fracture of Iron and Steel, W.
Rosenhain, 500: on the Crystalline Structure of
Metals, J. E. Stead, 500; on Structural Changes in
Nickel Wire at High Temperatures, Dr. H. C. H.
Carpenter, 500; on the New Engineering Laboratories
of the University of Edinburgh, Prof. Hudson Beare,
500; on Glow Lamps and the Grading of Voltages,
Sir W. H. Preece, 500; on the Advent of Single-
phase Electric Traction, C. F. Jenkin, 500; on
General Supply of Gas for Light, Heat, and Power
Production, A. J. Martin, 500; on Experiments illus-
trating the Balancing of Engines, Prof. W. E. Dalby,
501; on Recent Advances in Steam Turbines, Land
and Marine, G. Stoney, 501; on an Application of
Stream-line Apparatus to the Determination of the
Direction and Approximate Magnitude of the Prin-
cipal Stresses in Certain Portions of the Structure of
Ships, J. Smith, 501; on the Teaching of Mechanics,
C. E. Ashford, 501: on the Central Technical College
Lecture Table Testing Machine, Prof. Ashcroft, 501;
on Electropositive Coatings for the Protection of Iron
and Steel from Corrosion, S. Cowper Coles, 501:1

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Colonel Crompton, 501; on Suction-gas Plants, Prof.
Dalby, 501; on the Strength and Behaviour of Ductile
Materials under Combined Stress, W. A. Scoble, 501;
on Waterproof Roads as a Solution of the Dust
Problem, D. Mackenzie, 501

Section H (Anthropology)-Opening Address by E.
Sidney Hartland, President of the Section, Recent
Research in the Origin of Magic and Religion, 456;
on the Ethnography of the Ba-Yaka, T. A. Joyce and
E. Torday, 456; on the Aborigines of Sungri Ujong,
F. W. Knocker, 456; on Bronze Weapons and Imple-
ments found Near Khinaman, Major P. Molesworth
Sykes, 456; Canon Greenwell, 456; Sir John Evans,
457; Prof. Ridgeway, 457; Prof. Petrie, 457; on the
Webster Ruin, Rhodesia, E. M. Andrews, 457; on
the Origin of the Guitar and Fiddle, Prof. Ridge-
way, 457; on the Excavations Undertaken at Sparta
by the British School at Athens, Prof. R. C.
Bosanquet, 457; on the Prehistoric Civilisation of
Southern Italy, T. E. Peet, 457; on the Evolution of
Design in Greek and Turkish Embroideries, Miss
L. F. Pesel, 457; on the "Red Hills" of the East
Coast Salt Marshes, F. W. Rudler and W. H. Dalton,
457; on the Grotto at Gargas, Dr. E. Cartailhac, 457;
on the Palæolithic Site at Ipswich, Miss Nina F.
Layard, 457; an Account of Excavations in Another
Anglo-Saxon Cemetery at South Cave, Yorkshire, T.
Sheppard, 457; Reports of Committee on the Age of
Stone Circles, 457; on the Excavations at Caerwent,
Dr. T. Ashby, jun., 457; on Recent Discoveries in
the Roman Forum, Dr. T. Ashby, jun., 457; a Col-
lection of Crania, Dr. G. A. Auden, 458; on a
Recently Discovered Skeleton in Sooska Cave, H.
Brodrick and A. C. Hill, 458; on the Relative Stature
of the Men with Long Heads, Short Heads, and
those with Intermediate Heads in the Museum at
Driffield, J. R. Mortimer, 458; on England before
the English, J. Gray, 458; on the Physical Characters
of the Races of Britain, Dr. W. Wright, 458; Dr.
Shrubsall, 458; Prof. Ridgeway, 458; J. L. Myres,
458; Prof. Petrie, 458; on the Hyksos and Other
Work of the British School of Archæology in Egypt,
Prof. Petrie, 458; on Early Traces of Human Types
in the Egean, J. L. Myres, 458; on a Survival of
Two-fold Origin, Dr. W. H. R. Rivers, 458; on the
Astronomy of the Islanders of the Torres Straits,
Dr. W. H. R. Rivers, 458; on a Rare Anomaly in
Human Crania from Kwaiawata Island, Dr. W. L. H.
Duckworth, 458; on Photographs of Racial Types,
T. E. Smurthwaite, 458

Section I (Physiology)-Opening Address by Prof.
Francis Gotch, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S:, Waynflete Pro-
fessor of Physiology in the University of Oxford,
President of the Section, 422; Physiology at the British
Association, Joseph Barcroft, 479; on the Minimum
Proteid Value in Diet, Dr. F. Gowland Hopkins, 479;
B. Seebohm Rowntree, 479; on the Physiological
Value of Rest, Dr. Theodore Dyke Acland and Dr.
Bevan Lewis, 480; Prof. Gotch, 480; on the Form
of Sewage Filters, Dr. George Reid, 480; on the
Present System of Reporting and Isolating Infectious
Diseases, Dr. Hime, 480

Section K (Botany)—Opening Address by Prof. F. W.
Oliver, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., President of the Section,
the Seed, a Chapter in Evolution, 429; on some
Aspects of the Present Position of Paleozoic Botany,
Dr. D. H. Scott, 575; on the Formation of the well-
known Calcareous Nodules found in the Coal Seams
of the Lower Coal-measures, Prof. Weiss, 576; Miss
Stopes, 576: Mr. Lomax, 576; on the Phylogenetic
Value of the Vascular Structure of Seedlings, Mr.
Tansley, 576; Miss Thomas, 576; T. G. Hill, 570:
A. W. Hill, 576: on the Structure and Wound-
reactions of the Mesozoic Genus Brachyphyllum, Prof.
Jeffrey, 576; Mr. Seward, 576; on a New Stigmaria,
Prof. Weiss, 576; on the "Physiological Sex " in the
Mucorineæ, Dr. A. F. Blakeslee, 576; on a Successful
Attempt to Inoculate Papilionaceous Plants with the
Root-nodule Organisms belonging to Non-papilion-
aceous Leguminosæ and to Plants of Quite Different
Families, Prof. W. B. Bottomley, 576-7; on
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Effect of Sprinkling Urine on the Floors of Green-
houses, Prof. Bottomley, 577; Experiments to Show
that Ciliation cannot be Used as a Taxonomic
Character among Bacteria, Dr. Ellis, 577
Section L (Educational Science)-Opening Address by
Prof. M. E. Sadler, President of the Section, 501;
Education at the British Association, Hugh Richard-
son, 501; on Health at School, Sir Edward Brabrook,
501; on Physical Education, Sir Lauder Brunton, 502;
Estimates of the Time, Cost, and Usefulness of
Medical Inspection, Dr. Ethel Williams, 502; on the
Bases of True Hygiene, A. Burrell, 502: on the
Education of Wage-earners of School Age, Mrs. J. R.
MacDonald, 502; Physiological Value of Rest, Dr.
Acland, 502; Dr. Bevan Lewis, 502; Dr. W. H. R.
Rivers, 502; Dr. Macdougall, 502; on the Course of
Experimental, Observational, and Practical Studies |
most Suitable for Elementary Schools, Sir Philip
Magnus, 502; on School Training for the Home Duties
of Women, Prof. A. Smithells, 502; Scientific Method
in the Study of School Teaching, Prof. J. J. Findlay,
502; on the Examination and Inspection of Schools,
Prof. Armstrong, 503: W. M. Heller, 503; Rev. E. C.
Owen, 503; on the Teaching of Mechanics by Experi-
ment, C. E. Ashford, 503

British Association, the Electrical Signs of Life and their
Abolition by Chloroform, Dr. Augustus D. Waller,
F.R.S., at, 447

British Association, Local Societies at the, 481

British Association, Vectors, &c., at the, Dr. C. G. Knott,
585: Writer of the Report, 586

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British Association, the South African Medal of the, Sir Burke (John Butler), the Origin of Life, its Physical
G. H. Darwin, K.C.B., F.R.S., 225

British Birds, a Pocket-book of, E. F. M. Elms, 511
British Blood-sucking Flies, Illustrations of, Ernest
Edward Austin, 441

British Diptera, a Guide to, Rev. W. J. Wingate, 512
British Fisheries, their Administration and their Problems,
a Short Account of the Origin and Growth of British
Sea-fishery Authorities and Regulations, James John-
stone, 535

British Fresh-water Rhizopoda, James Cash and John
Hopkinson, 52

British Inland Birds, a Handbook of, Anthony Collett, 511
British Inland Navigation, 169

British Islands, the Birds of the, Charles Stonham, 607
British Isles, the Butterflies of the, Richard South, 465
British Medical Association, the Toronto Meeting of the,
Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 529

British Woodlice, the, being a Monograph of the Terres-
trial Isopod Crustacea occurring in the British Islands,
Wilfred Mark Webb and Charles Sillem, 99

Broca (André), Resistance of Electrolytes for High-
frequency Currents, 166

Brodie (F. J.), Mean Prevalence of Thunderstorms in
British Islands, 1881-1905, 215

Brodrick (H.), on a Recently Discovered Skeleton in
Sooska Cave, 458

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Brook (Charles L.), Prof. Barnard's "Unexplained Caldwell (R. J.), on the Literature bearing on the Hydro-
Observation." 595

Brooks (F. E.), the Grape Curculio, 111

Broom (Dr. R.), the Early Development of the Appendi-

cular Skeleton of the Ostrich, with Remarks on the
Origin of Birds, 376

Brouardel (Dr.), Death of, 302; Obituary Notice of, 412
Brown (Edward), Races of Domestic Poultry, 13
Brown (Robert, jun.), Researches into the Origin of the
Primitive Constellations of the Greeks, Phoenicians, and
Babylonians, 410

Brown (R. N. R.), Antarctic Botany, 593

Browne (E. T.), Medusa collected in H.M.S. Research by
Dr. Fowler in the Bay of Biscay, 70; the Medusa, 191
Browne (Frank Balfour), Report for 1905 on the Lanca-
shire Sea Fisheries Laboratory at the University of
Liverpool and the Sea Fish Hatchery at Piel, Prof.
W A. Herdman, F.R.S., Andrew Scott, and James
Johnstone. 19

Brownlee (Dr. John), Theory of Epidemics, 263
Bruno (Giordano), In Memoriam of the 17th February,
1000. Alois Riehl, 244

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Brunton (Sir Lauder), on Physical Education, 502
Bryan (Prof. G. H., F.R.S.), Death and Obituary Notice
of Baron C. R. von der Osten Sacken, 180: Thermo-
dynamics of Diffusion, 246; Obituary Notice of Prof.
Ludwig Boltzmann, 569; Vorlesungen über die Theorie
der Wärmestrahlung, Dr. Max Planck, Supp. to
October 11, iii

Bryology die europäischen Laubmoose, Georg Roth, 170
Buchan-Hepburn (Archibald), Suspended Germination of
Seeds, 636

Buchanan (E. M.), Resonant Properties of Fossilised Wood,
84

Buddhism Lotus Blossoms, Maung Nee, 221

Budge (E. A. Wallis), the Egyptian Heaven and Hell, 10
Building: Effect of Fire on Building Stones, Points of
Importance for Fire Resistance, W. R. Baldwin-Wise-
man, 134; a Method of Testing Building Material by
Means of a Sand-blast Apparatus, H. Burchartz, 460;
the Manufacture of Concrete Blocks and their Use in
Building Construction, H. H. Rice and W. M. Torrance,
608
Buller (Prof. A. H. R.), Study of the Basidiomycetous
Fungus, Polyporus squamosus, 415

Buller (Sir Walter Lawry, K.C.M.Ğ., F.R.S.), Death of,
302; Obituary Notice of, 354

Bulloch (Dr. William), the Specificity of the Opsonic Sub-
stances in the Blood Serum, 118

Burchartz (H.), a Method of Testing Building Material
by Means of a Sand-blast Apparatus, 460

Burgess (Dr. James), Interpolation for a Table of Frac-
tions with a Notice of Synthetic Division, 215

Bases and Definition, I

Burkill (I. Henry), the Fertilisation of Pieris, 296
Burma a People at School, H. Fielding Hall, Archibald
R. Colquhoun, Supp. to May 3, vii

Burrard (Lieut.-Colonel S. G., F.R.S.), an Account of the
Scientific Work of the Survey of India and a Compari-
son of its Progress with that of Foreign Surveys Pre-
pared for Use of the Survey Committee, 1905, 301
Burrell (A.), on the Bases of True Hygiene, 502
Burrows (Rev. F. R.), Geographical Gleanings, 351
Burton (William), la Ceramique industrielle, Chimie-
Technologie, A. Granger, 3

Butter-making on the Farm and at the Creamery, C. W.
Walker-Tisdale and T. R. Robinson, C. Simmonds, 6
Butterflies of the British Isles, Richard South, 465

Cady (Prof. W. G.), the Iron Arc, 443

Cain (Dr. J. C.), International Celebration of the Jubilee
of the Coal-tar Industry, 318

Calcul graphique, Méthodes de, Frederico Oom, 265
Calcul des Résidus et ses Applications à la Theorie des
Fonctions, le, Ernst Lindelöf, 265

Calcutta, Asiatic Society of Bengal, 96, 143, 264, 344, 508
Calderwood (W. L.), the Smolt to Grilse Stage of the
Salmon, 375

lysis of Sugars, 526

Californian Earthquake of April 18, the, 178; Report
upon the, 285

Calkins (Prof.), the Nature of Fertilisation, 551; Life
Cycle of the Protozoa, 552

Calmette (Dr. A.), Intestinal Origin of Tuberculous
Tracheo-bronchial Adenopathy, 143; Protective Inocula-
tion against Tuberculosis, 182; Vaccination against
Tuberculosis by the Digestive Tracts, 216; Channels of
Entrance of the Tubercle Bacillus into the Organism,
593

Cambridge Philosophical Society, 94, 191

Cameron (Dr. Isabella), Study of the Dietaries of Students'
Residences in Edinburgh, 263

Campbell (A.), Bifilar Galvanometer Free from Zero Creep,
166

Campbell (Dr. A. W.), Histological Studies on the Local-
isation of Cerebral Function, Supp. to May 3. i
Campbell (Norman R.), Osmotic Pressure, 79
Campbell (Prof.). the Californian Earthquake,
Jupiter's Sixth Satellite, 524

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Canada, the Astronomical Society of, 306

Canada, Geological Survey of, A. P. Low, 175; Prof.
Robert Bell, F.R.S., 245; F. R. S., 245
Cancer: Ten Years' Record of the Treatment of Cancer
without Operation, Dr. Robert Bell, 269; Experimental
Analysis of the Growth of Cancer, E. F. Bashford,
J. A. Murray, and W. H. Bowen, 483; see Morbology
Cape Town South African Philosophical Society, 376
Capron (A. J.), Method of Compressing Steel Ingots, 68
Carbohydrate Metabolism, on, with an Appendix on the
Assimilation of Carbohydrate into Proteid and Fat,
followed by the Fundamental Principles and the Treat-
ment of Diabetes, Dialectically Discussed, Dr. F. W.
Pavy, F.R.S., 631

Carbon Dioxide in the Breath, F. Southerden, 81
Carboni fossili inglesi, Dr. Guglielmo Gherardi, 514
Carnegie (Dr. Andrew), Modern Needs in Universities,
Address at the University of Edinburgh, 648
Carnegie (Douglas), Optical Illusions, 610
Carpenter (F. W.), the Effects of Inbreeding, Cross-breed-
ing, and Selection upon Drosophila, 337

Carpenter (Dr. H. C. H.), on Structural Changes in Nickel
Wire at High Temperatures, 500

Carré (H.), Distemper in Dogs, 48

Carruthers (D.), Ascents in the Ruwenzori Range, 132
Carruthers (William, F.R.S.), Vitality of Farm Seeds, 475
Cartailhac (Dr. E.), on the Grotto at Gargas, 457
Cash (James), British Fresh-water Rhizopoda, 52
Castle (W. E.), the Effects of Inbreeding, Cross-breeding,
and Selection upon Drosophila, 337

Castor, the Origin of, Dr. H. D. Curtis, 282
Cave Exploration, Irish, Dr. R. F. Scharff, 138

Cell in Modern Biology, the, Prof. J. B. Farmer, F.R.S.,
25

Ceramique industrielle, la, Chimie-Technologie, A. Granger,
William Burton, 3

Ceraski (Prof.), Personal Equation in Photometric Observ-
ations, 158; a Modified Form of Solar Eye-piece, 453
Cerebral Function, Histological Studies on the Localisa-
tion of, Dr. A. W. Campbell, Supp. to May 3, iii
Ceylon, Report to the Government of, on the Pearl-oyster
Fisheries of the Gulf of Manaar, Prof. W. A. Herdman,
F.R.S., 57

Chablay (E.), Reduction of the Primary Unsaturated
Alcohols of the Fatty Series by the Metal-ammoniums,
312

Chabrie (C.), Contribution to the Study of Ultramarine,
376

Challenger Society, 70, 311

Chamberlin (Thomas C.), Geology: Earth History, 557
Champreux (Mr.), Comet 1906e (Kopff), 619

Chapman (F.), Importance of Halimeda as a Reef-forming |
Organism, with a Description of the Halimeda-lime-
stones of the New Hebrides, 165

Chapman (Dr. H. G.), on the Main Source of "Pre-
cipitable Substance and on the Rôle of the Homologous
Proteid in Precipitin Reactions, 531; the Cerebral Local-
isation in the Bandicoot, 652

Charcoal, Absorption of the Radio-active Emanation by,
Prof. E. Rutherford, F.R.S., 634
Charlier (C. V. L.), Researches into the Theory of Prob-
ability, 187

Chattaway (Dr. F. D.), Copper Mirrors obtained by the
Deposition of Metallic Copper upon Glass, 204
Chatterton (Prof. A.), Experiments on Well Irrigation at
Metrosapuram in 1902-5, 86

Chaulin (M.), Apparatus for the Destruction of Mosquitoes,
414

Chavanne (G.), Action of Ammonia on Ethyl Glyoxylate,

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Chemistry: la Ceramique industrielle, Chimie-Technologie,
A. Granger, William Burton, 3; Outlines of Inorganic
Chemistry, Frank Austin Gooch and Claude Frederick
Walker, 5; Persons Insured against Accidents
Germany, 14; Chemical Composition of Ash of the
Vesuvius Eruption, Prof. Zinno, 17; Crystals of Sylvite
in Blocks thrown out by Recent Eruption of Vesuvius,
A. Lacroix, 192; Differences of Temperature in Chemical
Drying Cupboards, Dr. M. C. Schuyten, 17: Osmosis
and Osmotic Pressure, Prof. Louis Kahlenberg, 19:
Osmotic Pressure, Earl of Berkeley, 7, 54. 245;
W. C. D. Whetham, F.R.S., 54, 102, 295; E. G. J.

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Hartley, 54, 245; Prof. Henry E. Armstrong, F.R.S.,
79; Norman R. Campbell, 79; Prof. L. Kahlenberg,
222; the Nature of Solution and of Osmotic Pressure,
C. S. Hudson, 231; Osmotic Pressures of some Con-
centrated Aqueous Solutions, Earl of Berkeley and
E. G. J. Hartley, 261; Pure Ferro-molybdenums, Em.
Vigouroux, 23; Action of Ammonia on Ethyl Glyoxylate,
L. J. Simon and G. Chavanne, 24; Acid Properties of
Starch, E. Demoussy, 24: State of Colouring Matters
in Crystals Coloured Artificially, P. Gaubert, 24: New
Determination of the Melting Points of Platinum and
Palladium, Prof. Nernst and H. von Wartenberg, 40;
Estimation of Cadmium in a Volatile or Organic Salt,
H. Baubigny, 48; Atomic Weight of Terbium, G. Urbain,
48; Absolute Atomic Weight of Terbium, G. D. Hinrichs,
167; Physikalisch-chemisches Centralblatt, 53; Physical
Chemistry, and its Applications in Medical and Bio-
logical Science, Dr. Alex. Findlay, 53; Oxygen Rescue
Apparatus, Messrs. Wallach, 60; Death and Obituary
Notice of Prof. Wilhelm Meyerhoffer, Prof. van 't Hoff,
63; Reduction in the Price of Photographic and other
Glass of High Quality, F. Heller, 65; Process for the
Direct Utilisation of the Nitrogen of the Atmosphere for
the Production of Artificial Manure and other Chemical
Products, Dr. Adolf Frank, 65; the Sixth International
Congress of Applied Chemistry, 65; New Method of
Extracting Poor Sulphur Ores by Means of Bisulphide
of Carbon, Prof. N. Rossi, 66; Distribution of Radium
in the Earth's Crust and on the Earth's Internal Heat,
Hon. R. J. Strutt, F.R.S., 70, 407; Polonium Identical
with Radium F, Drs. Meyer and von Schweidler,
Madame Curie, 185; Radio-lead a Mixture of Radium D,
Radium E, and Radium F, Drs. Meyer and von
Schweidler, 185; Cause of Explosion of Sealed Glass
Tubes containing Radium Bromide, Paul L. Mercanton,
253; the Relative Proportion of Radium and Uranium
in Radio-active Minerals, Messrs. Rutherford and Bolt-
wood, 451; the Recent Controversy on Radium, F.
Soddy, 516; Lord Kelvin, 539; Synthesis of BB-Dimethyl-
and BB-Trimethylpimelic Acids, G. Blanc, 72; Adolf
von Baeyer's gesammelte Werke, Prof. W. H. Perkin,
jun., F.R.S., 73; Chemistry of the Proteids, Dr. Gustav
Mann, 75; Carbon Dioxide in the Breath, F. Southerden,
81; E. A. Parkyn, 133; Studies of Fluorite, Harry W.
Morse, 87; Normal Distribution of Chlorine in the
Natural Waters of New York and New England, Daniel
D. Jackson, 89; the Field Assay of Water, Marshall O.
Leighton, 90; Chemical Society, 93, 141, 190, 262, 310;
Relation between Absorption Spectra and Chemical Con-
stitution, the Isonitroso-compounds, E. C. C. Baly, Miss
E. G. Marsden, and A. W. Stewart, 93: Derivatives
of Brazilein, P. Engels and W. H. Perkin, jun., 93;
Pipitzahoic Acid, J. McConnell Sanders, 93; Constitu-
tion of Ammonium Amalgam, Miss E. M. Rich and
M. W. Travers, 93; Action of Light on Potassium
Ferrocyanide, G. W. A. Foster, 93; Constitution of
Cellulose, A. G. Green and A. G. Perkin, 93: New
Derivatives of Pinene, F. P. Leach, 93; Society of
Chemical Industry, 94, 142, 215; the Gutzeit Test for
Arsenic, J. A. Goode and Dr. F. Mollwo Perkin, 94:
New Method of preparing some Organic Compounds of
Arsenic, V. Auger, 143: Absorption of Gallic Acid by
Organic Colloids, W. P. Dreaper and A. Wilson, 04:
Synthesis of Penta-methyl-ethanol, Louis Henry, 95:
Action of Ammonia Gas on Anhydrous Neodymium
Chloride, C. Matignon and R. Trannoy, 95: some
Special Brasses, Léon Guillet, 95: Method for the De-
tection and Estimation of Small Quantities of Iron,
A. Mouneyrat, 95; Production of Aromatic Sulphamates
by the Reduction of Nitro-compounds with Sodium
Hydrosulphite, A. Seyewetz and M. Bloch, 95: Silver
Dioxide and Silver Peroxynitrate, E. R. Watson, 06:
the Rusting of Iron, Dr. G. T. Moody, 116, 504: J. T.
Nance, 142; J. Newton Friend, 540, 610; Hugh Richard-
son, 586; Hexamethylethane, Louis Henry, 119; Syn-
theses of Isolaurolene and Isolauronolic Acid, G. Blanc,
120; a-Chlorocyclohexanone and its Derivatives, L.
Bouveault and F. Chereau, 120: Relation between
Absorption Spectra and Chemical Constitution, the
Phenylhydrazones of Simple Aldehydes and Ketones,
E. C. C. Baly and W. B. Tuck, 141; the Electrochemical

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Problem of the Fixation of Nitrogen, Prof. Phillippe A.
Guye, 142; Densities of Liquid Nitrogen and Liquid
Oxygen and of their Mixtures, J. K. H. Inglis and
J. E. Coates, 142; the Molybdilactate and the Tungsti-
lactate of Ammonium, G. G. Henderson, 142; Direct
Oxidation of Cæsium and some Properties of the
Peroxide of Cæsium, E. Rengade, 143; Gases from
Thermal Springs, Charles Moureu, 143; Reaction of the
Oxydase Type Presented by the Halogen Compounds of
the Rare Earths, E. Fouard, 143; Death and Obituary
Notice of Dr. Rudolf Knietsch, 155; Nearly Total Trans-
formation of the Dextrins arising from the Saccharifi-
cation of Starch into Maltose, A. Fernbach and J. Wolff,
107: Paltreubin, E. Jungfleisch and H. Leroux, 167;
Variations in the State of Amorphous Carbon under the
Influence of Temperature, O. Manville, 167; Pure Ferro-
tungstens, Em. Vigouroux, 167: Rapidity of Absorption
of Odours by Milk, F. Bordas and Toutplain, 167;
Qualitative Reaction of Phosphorus, M. Mauricheau-
Beaupré, 167; Conversations on Chemistry, W. Ostwald,
173: Marceli Nencki Omnia Opera, 173: Fermentation
Changes that give the Quality to Flavoured Rums, C.
Allan, 184; the Transformation of Oxygen into Ozone
at High Temperatures, Franz Fischer and Fritz
Braehmer, 185; Action of Oxygen on Rubidium-ammonia,
E. Rengade, 263: the Liquefaction of Air and its Appli-
cation to the Manufacture of Oxygen and Nitrogen,
Georges Claude, 306; Reaction between Hydrogen
Peroxide and Potassium Persulphate, J. A. N. Friend,
190; Action of Magnesium Methyl Iodide on Dextro-
limonene Nitrosochlorides, W. A. Tilden and F. G.
Shepheard, 190: Electrolysis of Potassium Ethyl
Dipropyl Malonate, D. C. Crichton, 190; Oxidation of
Hydrocarbons by Ozone at Low Temperatures, J. Drug-
man, 190: Ammonium Selenate and Isodimorphism in
the Alkali Series, A. E. H. Tutton, 190; Vapour Pres-
sures of Binary Mixtures, part i., the Possible Types of
Vapour-pressure Curves, A. Marshall, 190; Behaviour of
Acetylene with Electrical Discharges of High Frequency,
H. Jackson and D. N. Laurie, 190; Behaviour of the
Vapours of Methyl Alcohol and Acetaldehyde with Elec-
trical Discharges of High Frequency, H. Jackson and
D. N. Laurie, 190; Action of Sulphur Dioxide and
Aluminium Chloride on Aromatic Compounds, S. Smiles
and R. Le Rossignol, 190; Resolution of Lactic Acid
by Morphine, J. C. Irvine, 190; Utilisation of Turf for
the Intensive Production of Nitrates, A. Müntz and E.
Lainé, 191; Thiocarbamide as a Solvent for Gold, J.
Moir, 191: Hydroxides of Rubidium, Cæsium, and
Lithium, M. de Forcrand, 192; Action of Silicon Chloride
on Nickel, Em. Vigouroux, 192; Decomposition of Copper
Sulphate by Methyl Alcohol, V. Auger, 192; Soluble
Albuminoid Materials of Milk, M. Lindet and L.
Amman, 192; Chemical Examination of the Milk and
Butter-fat of the Indian Buffalo, E. R. Watson, 344:
the Cyanide Industry Theoretically and Practically Con-
sidered, R. Robine and M. Lenglen, Dr. T. K. Rose,
05: Recently Devised Stability Test for Cordite, Dr.
O. Silberrad and Dr. R. C. Farmer, 204; the Perkins
Coal-tar Colour Jubilee Celebration, 206, 249, 302; the
International Celebration of the Jubilee of the Coal-tar
Tadustry, Dr. J. C. Cain, 318; American Celebration of
Coal-tar Industry Jubilee, 496: American Chemists and
the Jubilee of the Coal-tar Colour Industry, Prof. R.
Meldola, F.R.S., 514; Sulphur Dioxide as a Disinfectant,
Dr. John Wade, 209; Purifying and Stabilising Gun-
cotton, Dr. R. Robertson, 215: Chemical Composition
of Glauconite, Drs. Léon W. Collet and Gabriel W. Lee,
215: Liquefaction of Air by Expansion with External
Work, Georges Claude, 216; Magnetic Properties of the
Compounds of Boron and Manganese, Binet du
Jassoneix, 216; Three New Compounds of Selenium and
Antimony, P. Chrétien, 216; Attack of Platinum by
Sulphuric Acid, L. Quennesson, 216; Estimation of
Albuminoid and Gelatin Materials by Means of Acetone,
F. Bordas and M. Touplain, 216; Products of the Re-
sion, at a High Temperature, of Sodium Isobutylate
and Propylate of Camphor, A. Haller and J. Minguin,
216; Static Method of Comparing the Densities of Gases,
A. Threlfall, F.R.S.. 238: Simple Form of Rotating,
Wathore for Electrochemical Analysis, Dr. F. Mollwo |

Perkin, 239; Electrolysis of Solutions of Thiocyanates in
Pyridine and in Acetone, S. Binning and Dr. F. Mollwo
Perkin, 239; Direct Synthesis of Nitric Acid and Nitrates
from their Elements, M. Berthelot, 239; Action of Carbon
Monoxide at a Red Heat upon Steam, and of Hydrogen
upon Carbon Dioxide, Armand Gautier, 240; Use of
Metallic Oxides as Catalysers in Oxidation, Paul Sabatier
and Alphonse Mailhe, 240; Melezitose and Turanose,
Georges Tanret, 240; Cours de Chimie physique suivi
d'Applications à la Chimie et à la Biologie, Victor Henri,
Prof. Benjamin Moore, 241; Dairy Chemistry, Harry
Snyder, 243; Death and Obituary Notice of Prof. Hugo
von Gilm, 251; Physical Constants of Ammonia, Dr.
E. P. Perman and J. H. Davies, 261; Constituents of
the Essential Oil from the Fruit of Pittosporum undu-
latum, F. B. Power and F. Tutin, 262; Decomposition
of Nitrocellulose, O. Silberrad and R. C. Farmer, 262;
Action of Steam upon Sulphides, Armand Gautier, 263;
Syntheses of Terebic and Pyroterebic Acids, A. Haller
and G. Blanc, 263; Substances formed by the Action
of Hydrochloric Acid upon Certain Metallic Silicides,
M. Boudouard, 263; Researches on the Pyrazolones,
New Methods of Synthesis, Ch. Moureu and J. Lazennec,
263; Relations of Functional Groups in Distant Posi-
tions, Cyclic Amines, E. E. Blaise and M. Houillon,
264; a Treatise on Chemistry, Sir H. E. Roscoe,
F.R.S., and C. Schorlemmer, F.R.S., 267; Action of
Sulphuretted Hydrogen on some Oxides, Armand
Gautier, 287; Solubility of Carbon in Calcium Carbide,
H. Morel Kahn, 288; the Life and Experiences of Sir
Henry Enfield Roscoe, D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., 289;
Imports and Exports of Germany for the Year 1905,
279: Old Pewter, H. M. Cooke, 281; Death of J. A.
Wanklyn, 302; Saponarin, a New Glucoside, G. Barger,
310; Constitution of Umbellulone, F. Tutin, 310;
Electrolysis of Dilute Solutions of Acids and Alkalis at
Low Potentials, Dissolving of Platinum at the Anode by
a Direct Current, Dr. G. Senter, 311; Electrolytic
Oxidation, H. D. Law, 311; an Oxidation Product of
Indigotin, A. G. Perkin, 311; Indigo-yellow, A. G.
Perkin, 311; the Alkylation of l-Arabinose, T. Purdie
and R. E. Rose, 311; Hydrolysis of Ammonium Salts
by Water, E. G. Hill, 311; the Addition of Alkyl Halides
to Alkylated Sugars and Glucosides, J. C. Irvine and
Miss A. M. Moody, 311; Aldehydrol and the Hydrates
of Compounds containing a Carbonyl Group, W. M.
Colles, 311; Action of the Silent Discharge on Cyanogen,
H. Gaudechon, 312; Reduction of the Primary Un-
saturated Alcohols of the Fatty Series by the Metal-
ammoniums, E. Chablay, 312; Lecture Notes on Chem-
istry for Dental Students, Dr. H. Carlton Smith, 315;
Composition of Indian Rain and Dew, Dr. J. W.
Leather, 337; the Reduction of Molybdenum Dioxide by
Boron, and the Combination of Boron with Molyb-
denum, Binet du Jassoneix, 344; the Composition of
an Acetic Ferment, E. Alilaire, 344: the Presence of
Neon amongst the Gases from some Hot Springs,
Charles Moureu and Robert Biquard, 344: Problems in
Animal Metabolism, J. B. Leathes, 349; Action of Emul-
sine on B-Glycosides, Prof. Hugh Ryan and G. Ebrill,
374: Composition of a Nitrogen Mineral Water at St.
Edmundsbury, Lucan, Dr. W. E. Adeney, 374; Two
Lecture Experiments in Illustration of the Theory of
Ionisation, Dr. W. W. Taylor, 375; Contribution to
the Study of Ultramarine, C. Chabrie and F. Levallois,
376: Zirconium Silicide (ZrSi) and Titanium Silicide
(TiSi), Otto Hönigschmid, 376; the Alloys of Lead and
Calcium, L. Hackspill, 376: the Constitution of
Hordenine, E. Léger, 376; the Diamino-acids derived
from Ovalbumen, L. Hugounenq and J. Galimard, 376:
Joseph Priestley, T. E. Thorpe, F.R.S., 378; the
Chemical Nature of Thorium and the Origin of its
Radio-activity, Dr. Bertram Boltwood, 385: Isolation
and Identification of Radio-thorium from the Sediments
of Bad Kreuznach, Messrs. Elster and Geitel, 473:
Method of Isolating Radio-thorium from Thorium Salts,
G. A. Blanc and O. Angelucci, 374: Method of Estim-
ating the Proportion of Radium or Thorium in a Mineral
by Means of the y Rays which it Emits, A. S. Eve, 574:
the Affinity Constants of Amphoteric Electrolytes, I.,
Methyl Derivatives of Para-amino-benzoic Acid and of

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Glycine, John Johnston, II., Methyl Derivatives of
Ortho- and Meta-amino-benzoic Acids, A. C. Cumming,
III., Methylated Amino-acids, James Walker,
Alloys of Manganese and Molybdenum, M. Arrivant, 408;
Silver Sulphide, Selenide, and Telluride, H. Pélabon,
408; a Curative Product derived from Tuberculinine,
G. Baudran, 408; a Fireproof Celluloid, 415; the Iodo-
mercurates of Sodium and Barium, A. Duboin, 436; the
Borostannates of the Alkaline Earths, the Reproduction
of Nordenskiöldine, L. Ouvrard, 436; Lehrbuch der
gerichtlichen Chemie, Dr. Georg Baumert, Dr. M.
Dennstedt, and Dr. F. Voigtländer, 440; Naturkon-
stanten in Alphabetischer Anordnung, Prof. Dr. H.
Erdmann and Dr. P. Köthner, 442; Thermodynamic
Reasoning, Prof. Henry E. Armstrong, F.R.S., 443;
W. C. D. Whetham, F.R.S., 443; the Radio-activity of
the Chemical Elements, C. W. Raffety, 444; the Oxida-
tion of Atmospheric Nitrogen in the Electric Arc, Dr.
F. Mollwo Perkin, 444; Death of G. W. Lehmann, 449:
Metallic Lead Electrolytically Deposited from an Acidified
Solution of Lead Acetate, R. C. Snowdon, 452;
Behaviour of Ferromanganese Anodes in Solutions of
Caustic Soda, G. R. White, 452; Preparation of Pure
Barium starting from its Suboxide, M. Guntz, 460;
Water Softening and Treatment, W. H. Booth, 464;
Wentzki's Method of Purifying Hydrogen which Contains
Arsenic, 471; the Blue Substance formed by the Action
of Iodine on Starch Paste, M. Padoa and B. Savarè,
473-4 Method for determining Velocities of Saponifi-
cation, James Walker, 483; New Element Present as an
Impurity in Krypton and Xenon, Dr. Baly, 499; Dr.
Rudolf Schmidt, 499; Death of Prof. Leon Prunier, 521;
the Main Source of "Precipitable" Substance, and on the
Rôle of the Homologous Proteid in Precipitin Reactions,
Prof. D. A. Welsh and Dr. H. G. Chapman, 531; the
Atomic Weight of Silver, P. A. Guye and G. Ter-
Gazarain, 532, 548; Avogadro and Dalton, the Standing
in Chemistry of their Hypotheses, Dr. Andrew N.
Meldrum, 537: Hydrolysis of Iron, Chromium, Tin,
Cobalt, and Nickel Salts by Solutions containing Alkali
Iodide and Iodate, S. E. Moody, 547: the Petroleums
of North America, Clifford Richardson, 547; Report of
the Government Laboratory for the Year ending March
31, 548; Action of Fluorine on Chlorine, and a New
Method of Formation of Hypochlorous Acid, Paul
Lebeau, 556; Action of Mixed Organo-magnesium Com-
pounds upon Amides, Constantin Béis, 556; Chemical
and Electrical Changes induced by Light, H. S. Allen,
564 Selenium and Tellurium Elements Isomorphous,
Drs. G. Pellini and G. Vio, 574: Physical Properties of
Fused Magnesium Oxide, H. M. Goodwin and R. D.
Mailey, 574; the Basic Carbonates of Magnesium, W. A.
Davis, 574; the Poisonous Principle of the Zamia Palm,
E. A. Mann and T. I. Wallas, 580; Products of De-
velopment of Certain Species of Moulds, B. Gosio, 594:

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New Hypothesis connecting the Fluorescence of
Organic Substances with their Chemical Constitution,
Profs. Luigi Francesconi and G. Bargellini, 618; the
New Muspratt Laboratory of Physical and Electro-
chemistry at the University of Liverpool, 624; the
Mechanism of Carbon Assimilation in Green Plants, the
Photolytic Decomposition of Carbon Dioxide in vitro,
F. L. Usher and J. H. Priestley, 627; Studies on Enzyme
Action, Lipase, Prof. Henry E. Armstrong, F.R.S., and
Dr. Ernest Ormerod, 627; New Examples of Rosacea
containing Hydrocyanic Acid, L. Guignard, 628; Con-
stituents of the Alloys of Manganese and Molybdenum,
G. Arrivaut, 628; the Alcoholic Ferment of Yeast-juice,
part ii., the Coferment of Yeast-juice, Dr. Arthur Harden
and W. J. Young, 628; Death and Obituary Notice of
Prof. T. T. Beilstein, 641: Toxic Principles of the Bitter
Variety of the Fruit of Luffa aegyptiaca, C. L. Bose,
643; Prussic Acid in Fodder Plants, Dr. J. W. Leather,
649: Succinic Pinacone. Louis Henry, 651; the Dialysis
of the Sugar of the Blood, R. Lepine and M. Boulud,
651 Chemical Functions of Textiles, Léo Vignon, 651;
the Condensation of Acetylenic Nitriles with the Amines,
Ch. Moureu and I. Lazennec, 652; Experimental Electro-
chemistry, N. Munro Hopkins, Supp. to May 3, vi;

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120

Child (Prof. C. D.), Ionisation and Temperature, 125
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Chisholm (Geo. G.), an Introduction to Practical Geo-
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Chloroform, the Electrical Signs of Life and their Aboli-
tion by, Dr. Augustus D. Waller, F.R.S., 447

Chree (Dr. C., F.R.S.), Atmospheric Electricity in Algeria,
Ch. Nordmann, 505; Stress in Magnetised Iron, 539
Chrétien (P.), Three New Compounds of Selenium and
Antimony, 216
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and Selection upon Drosophila, 337

Clark (John B.), Arithmetic for Schools and Colleges,
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Classen (E.), German Scientific and Technological Reader,
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Claude (Georges), Liquefaction of Air by Expansion with
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306

Clerk (Dugald), Specific Heat of, Heat Flow from, and
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Close (Major C. F.), Text-book of Topographical and Geo-
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Clough (C. T.), the Geology of Mid-Argyll, 9
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Coal: Carboni fossili inglesi, Dr. Guglielmo Gherardi,
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Coal-tar Industry, International Celebration of the Jubilee
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Cockayne 'Dr.), Ecology of New Zealand, 450; "Fluctu-
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Cockerell (T. D. A.), Fossil Fauna and Flora of the
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Cohn (Dr. H.), Death of, 521; Obituary Notice of, 545
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Cole (Prof. Grenville A. J.), Petrogenesis, Dr. C. Doelter,
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Coles (S. Cowper), on Electropositive Coatings for the
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