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A WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, PUBLISHING THE OFFICIAL NOTICES AND PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN

ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE.

EDITORIAL COMMITTEE : S. NEWCOMB, Mathematics ; R. S. WOODWARD, Mechanios ; E. C. PICKERING,
Astronomy; T. C. MENDENHALL, Physics ; IBA REMSEN, Chemistry; CHARLES D. WALCOTT,
Geology ; W. M. DAVIS, Physiography ; HENBY F. OSBORN, Paleontology ; W. K.
BROOKS, C. HABT MERRJAM, Zoology ; 8. H. SCUDDER, Entomology ; C. E.
BESSEY, N. L. BRITTON, Botany ; C. 8. MINOT, Embryology, Histology ;

H. P. BOWDITCH, Physiology ; WILLIAM H. WELCH,

Pathology ; J. MCKEEN CATTELL, Psychology.

NEW SERIES. VOLUME XVIII.

JULY - DECEMBER, 1903.

NEW YORK
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

1903

535343

THE NEW ERA PRINTING COMPANY,

41 NORTH QUEEN STREET,

LANCASTER, PA.

CONTENTS AND INDEX.

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N. S. VOL. XVIII. — JULY TO DECEMBER, 1903.

The Names of Contributors are Printed in Small Capitals.

BAUM, H. E., Name of the Breadfruit, 439
BELL, A. G., and Z. T. SOWERS, Radium and Can-

cer, 155

ABNEY, W. DE W., Address of President of Section

of Education of British Association, 577
ADAMS, C. C., Breeding Area of Kirtland's Warbler

in Michigan, 217
ADAMS, F. D., Washington on the Chemical Anal-

ysis of Igneous Rocks, 470
ADLER, C., The International Catalogue of Scien-

tific Literature, 268
Agricultural Education, A. C. TRUE, 684
ALDRICH, T. H., and E. A. SMITH, Grand Gulf

Formation, 20
Allegheny Observatory Library, Exchanges, F. L.

O. WADSWORTH, 471
ALLEN, J. A., Antedated Publications, 631
American Association for the Advancement of

Science, and Affiliated Societies, 669; St.
Louis Meeting, 506, 673, 705, 787; Member-

ship in, 822
Andrews, E. J., and H. N. Howland, Elements of

Physics, W. LEC. STEVENS,,271
ANGELL, J. R., Villa's Contemporary Psychology;

Royce's Outlines of Psychology; Judd's Gen-
etic Psychology; Stratton's Experimental
Psychology; Strong's Why the Mind has a

Body, 748
Antarctica, E. S. BALCH, 55, 303; H. R. MILL, 182
Anthropological, Society of Washington, W.

HOUGH, 18, 148; Association, German, G. G.

MACCURDY, 623
Archeology and Ethnology, International Commis-

sion of, 250
Arctic Nomenclature, E. S. BALCH, 501
ARMSBY, H. P., Isodynamic Replacement of Nu-

trients, 481
ARNOLD, R., and DE W. C. WILEY, Geological So-

ciety of American Universities, 691
Arrhenius, S. A., Physik, R. DEC. W., 498
Atomic Theory, F. W. CLARKE, 513
Auroras, 27-day Period in, and its Connection with

Sun-spots, H. H. CLAYTON, 632

BELL, R. G., and V. L. KELLOGG, Variations in-

duced in Bombyx mori by Controlled Varying

Food Supply, 741
BENEDICT, F. G., Teaching of Chemistry in Graded

and Secondary Schools, 465
BENJAMIN, M., John Elfreth Watkins, 300
BESSEY, C. E., Botanical Notes, 27, 121, 246, 315,

540, 796; Peirce's Plant Physiology, 52; Liv-
ingston's Diffusion and Osmotic Pressure in

Plants, 208
Bibliographical Soc. of Chicago, C. H. BROWN, 275
BIGELOW, M. A., N. Y. Acad. of Sci., Biology, 559
Biological, Laboratory at the Tortugas, C. Mac-

MILLAN, 57; H. M. RICHARDS, 58; R. T. Col-
BURN, 86; Society of St. Louis, W. L. EIKEN-
BERRY, 210; of Washington, F. A. LUCAS, 689,

722
BLAIN, JR., A. W., Mich. Ornithological Club, 435
Blatchley's Orthoptera of Indiana, F. M. WEBSTER,

557
BOLTON, H, C., Ben Jonson's Alchemist, 556
Bolton, Henry Carrington, 798
Bombyx mori, Variations induced in, by Controlled

Varying Food Supply, V. L. KELLOGG and R.

G. BELL, 741
Botanical, Society of Washington, H. J. WEBBER,

19; Notes, C. E. BESSEY, 27, 121, 246, 315,
540, 796; F. D. HEALD, 374; Station, Tropical,

D. S. JOHNSON, 210
Brain-weights, of Japanese, E. A. SPITZKA, 371 ;

of Brothers, E. A. SPITZKA, 699
Breadfruit, Name of, H. E. Baum, 439
British Association for the Advancement of Sci-

ence: Southport Meeting, 321; Address of
President, N. LOCKYER, 385, 417; Grants,
444; Address of President of Geological Sec-
tion, W. W. Watts, 449; of Subsection of
Astronomy and Meteorology, W. N. Shaw,
487; of Anthropological Section, J. SYMING-
TON, 545; of Educational Section, W. DE W.
ABNEY, 577; Meteorology at, A. L. ROTCH,

657; Anthropology at, G. G. MACCURDY, 716
BROWN, A. E., The A. 0. U. Code, 535
Brown, C. H., Bibliographical Society of Chicago,

275
Browning, P. E., Introduction to the Rarer Ele-

ments, C. BASKERVILLE, 497.
BUCHNER, E. F., Ten Years of American Psy.

chology, 193, 233
BURDON-SANDERSON, J., The Limits of Science, 140
CAMERON, F. K., Toxic Effect of Acids on Seed-

lings, 411
Carnegie Institution, 797, 833, 801

B., A. P., Cornell School of Geography, 380
B., F. A., Gonionemus versus Gonionema, 501
Bacterial Spot, A. F. Woods, 537
Bahama Islands, Expedition to, G. B. SHATTUCK,

427
Bailey, S. I., Variable Stars in the Cluster Cen-

tauri, G. MÜLLER, 593
BALCH, E. S., Antarctica, 55, 303; Arctic Nomen-

clature, 501
BARBOUR, E. H., Distribution of Daimonelix, 504
Barometer, The Word, J. C. SHEDD, 278
BASKERVILLE, C., Kunzite, 303; Browning on the

Rarer Elements, 497; Elisha Mitchell Scien-
tific Society, 603; and G. F. KUNZ, Action of
Radium, Roentgen Rays and Ultra-violet Light
on Minerals and Gems, 769

CASTLE, W. E., Mendel's Law of Heredity, 396; DAVY, J. B., Vegetation of the Transvaal, 696

Heredity of 'Angora’ Coat in Mammals, 760 DELLENBAUGH, F. S., Indian Pottery, 148
Catalogue, International, of Scientific Literature, Devil-fish, A Little Known, T. GILL, 473
C. ADLER, 268

DEWEY, J., St. Louis Congress of Arts and Sci-

CHAMBERLAIN, A. F., Right-Handedness, 788

ence, 275, 665

Chemical Society, American, General Meeting, A. Discussion and Correspondence, 20, 55, 83, 113, 148,

M. PATTERSON, 97; New York Section, H. C. 180, 210, 243, 275, 302, 337, 369, 411, 435,

SHERMAN, 602, 753; Northeastern Section, 471, 500, 530, 559, 603, 631, 665, 693, 729,

ARTHUR M. COMEY, 826; Washington, A. 755, 787

SEIDELL, 828

Doctorates Conferred by American Universities,

Chemistry, New Terms in, H. C. COOPER, 153; 257

High School, in Relation to Work of a Col. Dodge, C. W., General Zoology, 824
lege Course, R. P. WILLIAMS, 330; Teaching Drawing Board and Scales in Trigonometry and
of, in Graded and Secondary Schools, F. G. Navigation, R. A. HARRIS, 108
BENEDICT, 465

Drude's Theory of Optics, C. R. MANN, 432
Cheston, H. C., P. R. Dean and C. E. Timmerman, Duerden's West Indian Madreporarian Polyps,
Physics, W. LEC. STEVENS, 271

J. P. McM., 80
Chicago, University of, Medical Club, 54; Investi-

gations in Progress at, 375; T. D. A. COCK- EARLE, F. S., Torrey Botanical Club, 630, 690,
ERELL, 500

754, 790
Chwolson, 0. D., Physik, W. LEC. STEVENS, 271 Edser, E., Light for Students, W. LEC. STEVENS,
CLARKE, F. W., The Atomic Theory, 513

271
CLAYTON, H. H., Professor Bell on Kite Construc- Education, Specialization in, S. W. WILLISTON,
tion, 204; Auroras and Sun-spots, 632

129; and the World's Work, R. S. WOODWARD,

Clemson College Science Club, F. S. SHIVER, 691, 161; Technical, Efficiency of, W. C. MENDEN-

728

HALL, 295

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 0. H. TITTMANN, 33; Educational Assoc., National Resolutions of, 283

Magnetic Work of, 374

EIGENMANN, C. H., Water Supply of Havana, 281

COCKERELL, T. D. A., Abbreviations of New EIKENBERRY, W. L., Biological Society of St.

Mexico, 58; Investigations in Progress at the Louis, 210

University of Chicago, 500

Electrical Engineering, College Courses and, D.

Code, A. 0. U., A. E. BROWN, 535

C. JACKSON, 710

COLBURN, R. T., Proposed Biological Station at Electricity at High Pressures, E. THOMSON, 337

the Tortugas, 86

Electrochemical Society, American, 284

COLE, F. N., American Mathematical Society, 410, ELIOT, C. W., Definition of a Cultivated Man, 76

664

Eliot and Soulé on Caterpillars and their Moths,

Colorado_College, Medical Research Laboratory, C. M. WEED, 53
W. F. SLOCUM, 58

Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc., C. BASKERVILLE, 603

Colton, B. P., Zoology, J. H. GEROULD, 112 English, Better, in Science, P. C. WARMAN, 563

COMEY, A. M., Northeastern Section of American Entomological Society of Washington, R. P.

Chemical Society, 826

CURRIE, 82

Congress, International, of Arts and Science at Ethnological and Archeological Survey of Cal.,

St. Louis Exposition, J. DEWEY, 275, 665; B. I. WHEELER and F. W. PUTNAM, 570

R. S. WOODWARD, 302; H. MÜNSTERBERG, Examinations, Scientific and Technical, 413

559, 788, 764
Convocation Week Meetings of Scientific Societies, F., W. S., Notes on Physics, 282, 312
751, 825

FERGUSON, M. C., Spongy Tissue of Strasburger,

Cook, O. F., Four new Species of Central Ameri- 308

can Rubber Tree, 436

Ferry, E. S., Physics, W. LEC. STEVENS, 271

COOPER, H. C.,

New Terms in Chemistry, 153 FINLAY, G. I., N. Y. Acad. of Sciences, Geology

COVILLE, F. V., Small's Flora of Southeastern and Mineralogy, 17

United States, 627

Fisheries, Bureau of, 476

CRANE, T. F., E. W. HUFFcut and W. F. DURAND, Fishes of African Family Kneriidæ, T. GILL, 338

Resolutions of Faculty of Cornell University Flageolets, Primitive, E. H. HAWLEY, 412
on Death of Professor Thurston, 732

FLEXNER, S., An Aspect of Modern Pathology, 3

Craniology of People of Scotland, A. HRDLICKA, Flora of Serpentine Barrens of Southeast Pa.,

568

J. W. HARSHBERGER, 339

CRAWLEY, H.. Tablettes Zoologiques,' 59

Flower, Sir William, Memorial to, 249

CURRIE, R. P., Entomological Society of Wash- Formal, Dangers of, E. A. SPITZKA, 87

ington, 82

Formation, Grand Gulf, E. A. SMITH and T. H.

ALDRICH, 20; W. H. DALL, 83; E. W. HIL-

Daimonelix, Distribution of, E. H. BARBOUR, 504

GARD, 180

DALL, W. H., Grand Gulf Formation, 83; Prince. Fossils, Carboniferous, in 'Ocoee' Slates in Ala.,

ton University Expedition to Patagonia, 146 E. A. SMITH, 244

DANDENO, J. B., Phototropism under Light-rays of FRANKLIN, W. S., Oudin's Polyphase Apparatus

Different Wave-lengths, 604

and Systems, 241; Hobbs on the Arithmetic

DANIELS, F., Upland Plant Societies of Kent Co., of Electrical Measurements, 242; Misuse of

Michigan, 215

Physics by Biologists and Engineers, 641

DAVENPORT, C. B., Vernon on Variation in Ani- FRAZER, P., A Visual Phenomenon, 729

mals and Plants, 16

Fruit, Food Value of, 540

Gage, A. P., Introduction to Physical Science, W.

LEC. STEVENS, 271

GENTHE, K. W., Seminar Method in Natural Sci-

ences, 116

Geological, Survey, Summer Work of, 187; Ex-

plorations in Egypt, 441; Soc. of Amer. Uni-

versities, R. ARNOLD and DE W. C. WILEY, 691

GEROULD, J. H., Colton's Zoology, 112

GILL, T., Fishes of the African Family Kneriidæ,

338; A Little Known Devil-fish, 473

Gonionemus versus Gonionema, L. MURBACH, 373;

F. A. B., 501

GOULD, C. N., Evidences of Human Remains in

Jacobs' Cavern, 151
GOULD, G. M., Hitherto Undescribed Visual Phe-

nomenon, 536

Granite, New Spheroidal, J. F. KEMP, 503

Hough, T., and W. T. SEDGWICK, Training in Phys-

iology and Hygiene and Public Schools, 353

Hough, W., Anthropological Society of Washing-

ton, 18, 148

HOVEY, E. O., N. Y. Acad of Sci., Geology and

Mineralogy, 17, 631, 789; Mont Pelé, 633

HOWARD, L. O., Mexican Cotton Boll Weevil, 693

HRDLICKA, A., Contribution to the Craniology of

the People of Scotland, 568

HULL, G. F., Mann's Advanced Optics, 661
HURD, H. M., Duty and Responsibility of the Uni-

versity in Medical Education, 65

Huxley Memorial Lecture, 634

Ichthyosauria, Triassic, Recent Literature on, J.

C. MERRIAM, 311
Indian Pottery, F. S. DELLENBAUGH, 148
JACKSON, D. C., Typical College Course dealing

with Phases of Electrical Engineering, 710

JOHNSON, D. S., Jamaica as a Tropical Botanical

Station, 210

Judith River Beds and Belly River Beds, J. W.

HATCHER and T. W. STANTON, 211
Jupiter, Fifth Satellite of, R. H. TUCKER, G. E.

HALE, 500

Hale, G. E., and R. H. TUCKER, Fifth Satellite

of Jupiter, 500

HALL, E. H., American Association for the Ad-

vancement of Science, 787

Haller, B., Lehrbuch der vergleichenden Anatomie,

J. P. McM., 368
HARRIS, R. A., Drawing Board and Scales in

Trigonometry and Navigation, 108
HARSHBERGER, J. W., Flora of Serpentine Barrens

of Southeast Pa., 339
Harvard University, Endowment of Applied Sci-
HATCHER, J. B., Vertebrate Paleontology at the

Carnegie Museum, 559; and J. W. STANTON,
Judith River Beds and their Correlation with

Belly River Beds, 211
Hatcher's Reports of Princeton University Expe-

ditions to Patagonia, W. H. DALL, 146
Hathaway's Edition of Jonson's Alchemist, H. C.

BOLTON, 556

Havana, Water Supply of, C. H. EIGENMANN, 281

HAWLEY, E. H., Primitive Flageolets, 412

Hay, O. P., and S. W. WILLISTON, The Society of

the Vertebrate Paleontologists of America, 827

HAYFORD, J. F., Longitude of Honolulu, 589
HEALD, F. D., Botanical Notes, 374; Toxic Effect

of 0 and OH Ions on Seedlings of Indian

Corn, 472

HEILPRIN, A., Ascending Obelisk of Mont Pelé, 184

Heredity of 'Angora’ Coat in Mammals, W. E.

CASTLE, 760

HERBICK, C. J., The Summer Laboratory as an

Instrument of Biological Research, 263
HEYL, P. R., Specific Heat of Mercury, 56
HILGARD, E. W., Grand Gulf Formation, 180;

Chemistry of Soils as Related to Crop Pro-

duction, 755
HOBBS, W. H., The Frontier of Physiography, 538
Hobbs, W. R. P., Arithmetic of Electrical Measure-

ments, W. S. FRANKLIN, 242
HOLLAND, W. J., Rothschild and Jordan's Revision

of Sphingidæ, 15
Honolulu, Longitude of, J. F. HAYFORD, 589
HOPKINS, T. C., Onondaga Academy of Science, 530
Horticultural and Agricultural Terms, New, H. J.

WEBBER, 501

Hortvet, J., Elementary Practical Physics, W.

LEC. STEVENS, 271

L., F. A., Exhibit of U. S. National Museum at

St. Louis, 248

Laborde, Professor, Brain of, E. A. SPITZKA, 346
LAMBE, L. M., Recent Zoopaleontology, 60
LANE, A. C., Absorbed Gases and Vulcanism, 760
LANKESTER, E. R., The Limits of Science, 143
LEE, S., American Method of Appointing Univer-

sity Professors, 89

Lehfeldt, R. A., Text-book of Physics, W. LEC.

STEVENS, 271

LENHER, V., Univ. of Wisconsin Science Club, 755
Lesley, J. Peter, J. J. STEVENSON, 1
Lister Institute, 219
LIVINGSTON, B. E., Michigan Plant Societies again,

435
Livingston, B. E., Diffusion and Osmotic Pressure

in Plants, C. E. BESSEY, 208
LOCKYER, N., Address of President of British Asso-

ciation, 385, 417; Simultaneous Solar and

Terrestrial Changes, 611
LODGE, O., The Limits of Science, 145
LOEW, F. A., Toxic Effect of H and OH Ions on

Seedlings of Indian Corn, 304

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