Popular Science Monthly/Volume 53/May 1898/Publications Received


Agricultural Experiment Stations. Bulletins and Reports. Cornell University: No. 142. The Codling Moth. By M. V. Slingerland. Pp. 09; No. 143. Sugar-Beet Investigations. Pp. 81.—Delaware College: No. 38. Apple Culture. By O. H. Powell. Pp. 20.—Michigan State Agricultural College: No. 149. Feeding Dairy Cows. By C. D. Smith. Pp. 56; No. 150. Sugar Beets. By C. D. Smith and R. C. Kedzie. Pp. 86—New Jersey: No. 128. The Peach Borer and Experiments with Hydraulic Cement. Pp. 28: Report of the Botanical Department for 1897. Pp. 136.—New York: No. ISO. A New Disease of Sweet Corn. Popular edition. Pp. 5: No. 131. Oat Smut and New Preventives. Popular edition. Pp. 5; No. 133. Gooseberry Mildew. By C. P. Case. Pp. 12 (and popular edition, pp. 5); No. 134.—Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers. By L. L. Van Slyke. Pp. 40; No. 135. Sugar Beets. By L. L. Van Slyke, W. H. Jordan, and G. W. Churchill. Pp. 32.—Ohio: No. 88. Co-operative Experiments by Students' Union. Pp. 32; No. 89. Diseases of Cucumbers, Melons, and Tomatoes. Pp. 24.—United States Department of Agriculture: No. 22. The Periodical Cicada in 1897. Pp. 4; No. 23. The Buffalo Tree Hopper. Pp. 4; No. 24. The Two-lined Chestnut Borer. Pp. 8; The Ox Warble. Pp. 10; The Pear Slug. Pp. 7; The Mexican Cotton-Ball Weevil in 1897. Pp. 7 (by E. A. Schwartz, C. L. Marlatt, F. U. Chittenden, and L. O. Howard, Assistant Entomologists).—No. 12. The San José Scale in 1896 and 1897. By L. O. Howard. Pp. 32.—University of Wisconsin: No. 65. A Bacterial Rot of Cabbage and Allied Plants. Pp. 39—Washington State Agricultural College and School of Science: No. 31. Sugar-Beet Culture in the Yakima Valley. By Elton Fulmer. Pp. 30, with Irrigation Map.

American Physical Education Review. Vol. II, No. 4. Boston: American Association for the Advancement of Physical Education. Quarterly. Pp. 64. 50 cents; $1.50 a year.

Arthur, J. C, and MacDougal, D. T. Living Plants and their Properties. New York: Baker & Taylor. Pp. 234. $1.25.

Authors' Circular (The). Vol. I, No. 1. London. Monthly. Pp. 10. 5 shillings a year.

Ayer, N. W., and Sons. American Newspaper Annual, 1898. Philadelphia: N. W. Ayer & Sons. Pp. 1504. $5.

Bailey, G. H. The Tutorial Chemistry. Part II. Metals. Edited by William Briggs. London: W. B. Clive. New York: Hinds & Noble, 4 Cooper Institute. Pp. 300. $1.

Bulletins, Reports, Proceedings, etc. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Proceedings, 1807. Part III, October to December. Pp. 240, with plates.—American Philosophical Society. Proceedings, December, 1897. Pp. 180.—Bureau of American Republics. Monthly Bulletin, February, 1898. Washington. Pp. 210. 50 cents; $2 a year.—Department of Labor. Bulletin for March, 1898. Carroll D. Wright and Owen W. Weaver, Editors. Washington. Pp. 150.—Michigan. Monthly Bulletin of Vital Statistics, February, 1898. Pp. 20.—Wagner tree institute of Science, of Philadelphia. Transactions, January, 1898. Pp. 66, with plates.—Minnesota Botanical Studies. Bulletin No. 9, March 2, 1897 (title-page, index, etc.). Pp. 118.—National Science Club, Washington. Journal. February, 1898. Pp. 29.—New England Free-Trade League. Debate on Equitable Protection between David Luben and Hon. John E. Russell Pp. 33.—New York State Library Bulletin Legislation. No. 9. Legislation by States in 1897. Pp. 150.—Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind. Sixty-sixth Annual Report, 1897. Pp. 264.—The United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, February, 1898. Pp. 8.

Clark, Charles H. A Laboratory Manual in Practical Botany. American Book Company. Pp. 271. 96 cents.

Del Mar, Alexander. How to Keep our Gold. New York: The Author. Pp. 15.

De Witt, T. H. Benton. Correspondence between an Amateur and a Professor of Political Economy. Philadelphia. Pp. 19.

Drey, Sylvan. A Theory of Life deduced from the Evolution Philosophy. London: Williams & Norgate. Pp. 34. 1 shilling.

Fairhurst, Arthur. Organic Evolution Considered. St. Louis: Christian Publishing Company. Pp. 386.

Fitz Hugh, Thomas. The Philosophy of the Humanities. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Pp. 63.

Gerhard, William Paul. Sanitary Engineering. New York: Published by the Author. Pp. 133.

Greene, George K. Contribution to Indiana Palæontology. Part I. Pp. 7, with plates.

Hall, Ansley. The Herring Industry of the Passamaquoddy Region, Maine. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries. Pp. 48.

Harris, W. T. Psychologic Foundations of Education. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Pp. 400.

Henderson, John. Practical Electricity and Magnetism. New York: Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 388.

Hickson, S. J. The Story of Life in the Seas. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Pp. 173. 40 cents.

Holycake, George Jacob. The Jubilee History of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society, from 1847 to 1897. Leeds, England: General Co-operative Offices. Pp. 200.

Interstate Commerce Commission. Statistics of Railways in the United States. Ninth Annual Report, June, 1896. Pp. 709.

Jayne, Horace. Mammalian Anatomy: A Preparation for Human and Comparative Anatomy Part I. The Skeleton of the Cat. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. Pp. 816. Subscription, $5.

Le Dantec, F. Evolution individuel et Hérédité. Théory de la Variation quantitative (Individual Evolution and Heredity. Theory of Quantitative Variation). Paris: Félix Alcan. Pp. 308. 6 francs.

Mallock, W. H. Aristocracy and Evolution. New York: The Macmillan Company. Pp. 385. $5.

Mann, N. M. Glimpses of Eternity. Pp. 14.—The New Heaven and the New Earth. Pp. 14. Omaha, Neb.: H. S. Mann. 5 cents each.

Modern Education. Thomas J. Allen, Editor. Quarterly. Aurora, 111.: Aurora Modern College. Pp. 32. 25 cents a year.

Millspaugh, C. F. Contribution III to the Coastal and Plain Flora of Yucatan. Field Columbian Museum. Chicago. Pp. 64.

Overton, Frank. Applied Physiology for Advanced Courses. American Book Company. Pp. 432. 80 cents.

Pearson, H. C. Greek Prose Composition. American Book Company. Pp. 187. 90 cents.

Ramsey, George M. Philosophy of Phenomena. Boston: Banner of Light Publishing Company. Pp. 208.

Reprints. Allen, Arthur: Extra-organic Evolution. Pp. 2.—Babcock, S. M., and Russell, H. L.: Organized Ferments in Milk; a New Factor in the Ripening of Cheese. Pp. 32.—Bangs, Outram: The Land Mammals of Peninsular Florida and the Coast Region of Georgia. Pp. 80.—Brigham, A. P.: Topography and Glacial Deposits of Mohawk Valley. Pp. 32. with map.—Chamberlain, C. J.: Winter Characters of Certain Sporangia. Pp. 5, with plate.—Coulter, J. M.: Contribution to the Life History of Ranunculus. Pp. 16, with plates.—Dorsey, G. A.: The Geography of the Thimsian Indians. Pp. 7; A Copper Mask from Chimbote, Peru. Pp. 2, with plates.—Herter, C. A., M. D.: On Certain Relations between Bacterial Activity in the Intestine and the Indican of the Urine. Pp. 4; Some Aspects of the Doctrine of Autointoxication. Pp. 20.—Hollick, Arthur: A New Fossil Grass from Staten Island; A New Fossil Monocotyledon from the Yellow Gravel at Bridgeton, N. J.; and Affinities of Caulinites Ad. Brong. Pp. 8, with plates—Kemp, J. P.: Physiography of the Eastern Adirondacks in the Cambrian and Ordovician Periods. Pp. 6, with plate.—Miller, M. L.: A Preliminary Study of the Pueblo of Taos, New Mexico. Pp. 48, with plates.—Newberry, J. S.: New Species and a New Genus of American Palæozoic Fishes, etc. (edited by Basliford Dean). Pp. 24, with plates.—Prosser, C. S.: The Permian and Upper Carboniferous of Southern Kansas. Pp. 28.—Prudden, T. Mitchell: Pathology and the Department of Pathology (Columbian University). Pp. 20.—Reeve, C. H., Plymouth, Ind.: Money. What it is. Its Only Function. Pp. 16.—Franklin Institute: Smoke Nuisance, The, and its Regulation, with Special Reference to the Condition prevailing in Philadelphia (Improved Furnaces, Automatic Stokers, etc.). Pp. 91.—Stuver. E.: The Relation of Food, Air, and Exercise to Healthy Growth and Development. Pp. 7—White, T. D.: A Contribution to the Petrography of the Boston Basin. Pp. 40, with plates; The Original Trenton Rocks. Pp. 3.

Rotch, A. Lawrence. Observations made at the Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory in 1896. Cambridge, Mass., Astronomical Observatory of Harvard College. Pp. 128, with plates.

Smithsonian Institution. Report of the United States National Museum for 1895. Pp. 1080.—A Catalogue of Earthquakes on the Pacific Coast, 1769 to 1897 (Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge). By E. S. Holden, Pp. 2.53.—A Revision of Tropical African Diplopoda, of the Family Strongylosomatidæ. By O. F. Cook. Pp. 14.

St. Amand, Imbert de Napoleon III and his Court. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Pp. 407. $1.50.

Spencer, J. W. Great Changes of Level in Mexico and the Interoceanic Connections. Rochester, N. Y.: The Geological Society of America. Pp. 34.

Tappeiner, Dr. H. Introduction to Chemical Methods of Clinical Diagnosis. Translated by E. J. McWheeney. New York: Longmans, Green & Co. Pp. 152.

United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries. Report of the Commissioner for the Year ending June 30. 1897. Pp. 171.

Vincent, Frank. The Animal World: Its Romances and Realities. A Reading Book in Zoölogy. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Pp. 240. 60 cents.