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Chemical, Warfare Service, 85, 363; Industries, Ex-

position of, 158; Soc. Amer., Cleveland Meeting,
C. L. PARSONS, 184; Selection of Presidents of,
464; Divisional Officers of, 489; Independence in

United States, I. N. KUGELMASS, 608
Chemistry, High-school, in Pennsylvania, A. Sil-

VERMAN, 179; at College of City of New York,

363
Chemists, and Chemical Warfare Service, 290;

American in Warfare, C. L. PARSONS, 377; Or-
ganic, Need of Another Philanthropist by, C. A.
MORROW, 394; and Industries, 594
Chestnut and Disease, A. H. GRAVES, 652
Chicken Embryo, Abnormalities in, M. T. HEAMAN,

476

Ciona Intestinalis, Photosensitivity of, 8. HECHT,

198

Circular Frequency, A. T. JONES, 447

Civil Service Examinations, 315

Clark, George Archibald, B. W. EVERMANN, 213
Clinical Congress, American, Foreign Delegates to,

488

COBLENTZ, W. W., Nonsilverable Containers for

Silvering Mirrors, 345

Coefficient of Expansion of Tree Trunks, C. C.

TROWBRIDGE and M. WEIL, 348

Cohn, E. J., and L. J. HENDERSON, Physical Chem-

istry of Bread, 501

COLE, F. N., Amer. Math. Soc., 399, 524

Color Association, A. B. SMITH, 395

COMSTOCK, G. C., Annals of Astronomical Observ-

atory of Harvard College, E. C. Pickering, 397

Comstock, J. H., The Wings of Insects, Z. P. MET-

Conn, W. H., Agricultural Bacteriology, E. G.

HASTINGS, 496

Containers, Nonsilverable, for Silvering Mirrors,

W. W. COBLENTZ, 345

COOK, O. F., Meade Cotton, 11; Cotton as a Seed

Crop, 167

Corpus Luteum and the Sexual Cycle, L. LOEB, 273

Cotton, Meade, O. F. Cook, 11; as a Seed Crop, 167

Coulter, J. M., and M. C., Plant Genetics, D. F.

JONES, 346

Cranberry Soils, Azotobacter in, S. A. WAKSMAN,

653
CROSS, C. R., Funds for Research in Astronomy, 75
CROZIER, W. L., Position and Prospects of Botany,

193

Education, Science and Leadership, SYDENHAM, 477
EIGENMANN, C. H., Irwin Expedition to Peru and

Bolivia, 108

EKLAW, W. E., Death of Thorild Wulff, 132

Electrical Industries, British, after the War, 362

Electro-Thermo-Regulator for Water Baths, C. H.

OTIS, 425

Emmons, W. H., Economic Geology, A. C. LANE, 197

Energy Relations of Plants, G. B. RIGG, 125

Engineering, National, Societies, 289; Education,

420; Research, Endowment for, 441; School,

Harvard, 636

Engineers, Mining, American Institute of, 111

EVERMANN, B. W., George Archibald Clark, 213

FAIRCHILD, D., Private Institution for Inventors,

446

FAIRCHILD, H. L., Grove Karl Gilbert, 151

Fat Droplets in Tissue Cultures, M. R. LEWIS, 398

Fats and Fatty Degeneration, M. H. FISCHER, 194

FETTKE, C. R., Glass Sands of Pennsylvania, 98

Fireflies Flashing in Unison, E. S. MORSE, 92; F.

MORSE, 418; G. H. HUDSON, 573

FISCHER, M. H., and M. O. HOOKER, Behavior of

Protoplasm, 148; Fats and Fatty Degeneration,

194

FISHER, W. J., Balance, Steelyard and Concept of

Force, 427

Fisheries, Bureau of, Summer Work at, 110, 216

Fishes, Marketable, Nematodes on, H. o .K. AGERS-

Flora of North Dakota, 0, A. STEVENS, 448

Fly, House, H. B. TORREY, R. WHEALDON, 222
Food Commission, Inter-allied, 60, 157
Fox, P. J., Foundations of Mechanics, 343
Fragrance in Verbena Flowers, A. F. BLAKESLEE,

298; O. GLASER, 647
France, Greetings from British Societies, 160; in

Biology and Medical Science, 600

FRANKLIN, W. S., and B. MAcNutt, Fundamentals

of Dynamics, 113; Foundations of Mechanics,

471

Fungi, Wood-destroying, and the Hydrogen Ion, M.

R. MEACHAM, 499

Fungicide for Wheat and Barley Smut, W. W.

MACKIE, 515

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BORG, 493

CALF, 322

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GAEHR, P. F., Visual Phenomena, 575
GAGE, S. H., Hand-made Lantern Slides, 221
GAINEY, P. L., Soil Reaction and Azotobacter, 139
Generic Determinations of Bees, C. ROBERTSON, 368
Geographical, Soc., Royal, Recent Acquisitions of,

462; Amer. and Peace Commissioners, 590

Geological Terms in Geographical Descriptions, W.

M. DAVIS, 81

Geology and Meteorology, Military, M., 576
Geometric Basis for Physical and Organic Phe-

nomena, J. MILLIS, 353
German, Shall Writers ignore Papers published in?

W. J. HOLLAND, 469
Gilbert, Grove Karl, 65; H. L. FAIRCHILD, 151
GILLESPIE, L, J., Hydrogen-Ion Exponent and Oc-

currence of Bacteria in Soil, 393

GLASER, O., Hereditary Deficiencies in the Sense

of Smell, 647

GLASER, R. W., Polyhedral Virus of Insects, 301
Glass Sands of Pennsylvania, C. R. FETTKE, 98
GODFREY, G. H. and E. F. SMITH, Brown Rot, 42
GORTNER, R. A., Hydrolysis of Proteins, 122

Granite for Building in 1917, 263

Grant, M., Passing of the Great Race, F. A.

WOODS, 419
Grasshopper, Musical Chirping of, H. A. ALLARD,

67
GRAVES, A. H., Chestnut and Disease, 652
GRAY, Á. W., Celluloid Lantern Slides, 43
GRAY, G. P., Economic Toxicology, 329
Greek Tract on Indivisible Lines, F. CAJORI, 577
GRIER, N. M., Academy of Science of St. Louis, 124
GRINNELL, J., Wild Animals of North America, E.

W. Nelson, 547
Growth-promoting Substances and Correlation, C.

0. APPLEMAN, 319
GUDGER, E. W., Rhineodon Typus, Whale Shark, 622
GUNTHORP, H., Papers “to be Published,” 495
GUYER, M. F., Aquatic Microscopy, A. C. Stokes,

198

H., Von Adolf Erich Daecke, 487
Haas, P., Chemistry of Plant Products, A.

KRAEMER, 15
HACKH, I. W. D., and J. S. MOORE, Country with-

out a Name, 271; Organic Symbols, 333
HAILMAN, J. D., Usono, 575
HALE, G. E., Industrial Research and National

Welfare, 505

HANCE, R. T., Paramecia with Extra Contractile

Vacuoles, 295

HANNIBAL, H., Jura-cretaceous Stonewort, 578

HARPER, R. M., New Factor of Seasonal Precipita-

tion, 208

HARRIS, G. D., Eocene Seas, 646
HARSHBERGER, J. W., Flora of Bermuda, Nathaniel

Lord Britton, 46
Harshberger, J. W., Mycology and Plant Pathol-

ogy, J. J. TAUBENHAUS, 516

Harvard Engineering School, 636

Harvey Society, 510

HASTINGS, E. G., Agricultural Bacteriology, W. H.

Conn, 496

HAY, Ó. P., Doctor Aleš Hrdlička and the Vero

Man, 459

HAYES, E., Country without a Name, 15

Health, Program, Federal, 215; British Ministry

of, 223; Mission to Italy, 314

HEAMAN, M. T., Abnormalities in Chicken Embryo,

476
HECHT, S., Photosensitivity of Ciona Intestinalis,

198
HEKTOEN, L., George Schrader Mathers, 507
HENDERSON, L. J., Prevention of Rope in Bread,

247; and E. J. COHN, Physical Chemistry of
Bread, 501

Herrick, C. J., and E. C. Crosby, Outline of Neu-

rology, G. H. P., 374

Hinde, George Jennings, M. O'CONNELL, 588
HITCHCOCK, A. S., Ornamental Trees of Hawaii, J.

F. Rock, 224
HOAGLAND, D. R., Plant and Nutrient Solution,

422
HOLLAND, W. J., Shall Writers ignore Papers pub-

lished in German 9 469
HOLLISTER, N., International Zoology, 12
HOOKER, M. O., and M. H. FISCHER, Behavior of

Protoplasm, 148
Hotson, J. W., Sphagnum as a Surgical Dressing,

203

HOUSTON, D. F., Agricultural Education in Amer-

ica, 260
Hudson, G. H., Flashing of Fireflies, 573
HUNGERFORD, C. W., Field Conference of Cereal

Biologists, 148

HUNT, C. H., Preparing Pectin, 201

Hydrogen-ion Exponent and Occurrence of Bacteria

in Soil, L. J. GILLESPIE, 393

Hydrolysis of Proteins, R. A. GORTNER, 122
Hygiene, Industrial, 36
Hygrometry in Terms of Weight of Film of Gela-

tine, C. BARUS, 374
Hyman, L. H., Biolectric Phenomena, 518
Illusion, Optical, W. R. Shaw, 45
Imbibition of Water by Gelatine, E. B. SHREVE,

324

India, Scientific Work in, 345

Influenza, Spanish, 289; Épidemic, 412, 594; -Pneu-

monia Pandemic in American Army Camps, G.

A. SOPER, 451; and United States Public Health

Service, 487

Insects, Polyhedral Virus of, R. W. GLASER, 301

International Scientific Organization, 509

Inventors, Private Institution for, D. FAIRCHILD,

446
Iowa Academy of Science, J. H. LEES, 22, 49
Irving, John Duer, J. F. KEMP, 255
Irwin, Expedition to Peru and Bolivia, C. H.

EIGENMANN, 108

JEFFREY, E. C., Canons of Comparative Anatomy,

116
JOHNSON, E. H., Physics Teachers and the War, 101
JONES, A. T., Circular Frequency, 447
JONES, D. F., Plant Genetics, J. M., and M. C.

Coulter, 346

Katmai Expedition of National Geographical So-

ciety, 84

Keep, William John, 437
KEMP, J. F., John Duer Irving, 255
Kentucky Academy of Science, A. M. PETER, 73
KEYES, C., Laccolithic Mountains, 138
KRAEMER, H., Chemistry of Plant Products, P.

Haas, 15

KREMERS, E., Osmosis with Living Membrane, 599

KUGELMASS, I. N., Chemical Independence in the

United States, 608

Laboratory, Physical, British National, 284

Laccolithic Mountains, C. KEYES, 138

LANDENBERGER, L. L., and W. MORSE, Barley

Bread, 269

LANE, A. C., Economic Geology, W. H. Emmons, 197

LANGFELD, H. S., American Psychological Associa-

tion, 595

League of Nations, W. M. Davis, 598
LEES, J. H., Iowa Academy of Science, 22, 49
LEWIS, H. B., Urine of Reptiles, 376
LEWIS, M. R., Fat Droplets in Tissue Cultures, 398
LILLIE, R. S., Activation in Passive Metals, 51;

Origin and Evolution of Life, H. F. Osborn, 472

LINTON, E., Man of Science and the Public, 25

LOEB, L., Corpus Luteum and the Sexual Cycle, 273

LUSK, G., Chemistry of Food and Nutrition, H. C.

Sherman, 398; War Bread, A. E. Taylor, 420;

Conservation of Food Energy, H. P. Armsby,

447; Science and Medical Training, 629

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Name, Country without a, E. HAYES, 15; J. S.

MOORE, 271; I. W. D. HACKH, 271
NATIONAL, Acad. of Sci., Proceedings, E. B. WIL-

SON, 141, 264, 323; Trust Funds of, 339, 569;
Laboratory of Nutrition, 650
Naturalists, American Society of, B. M. Davis,

511
NEEDHAM, J. G., Fresh-water Biology, H. B. Ward,

and G. C. Whipple, 171
Nelson, E. W., Wild Animals of North America, J.

GRINNELL, 547
NELSON, N. C., Art Cavern in France, 620
NESS, H., Agricultural Text-books, 484
New York Post-Graduate Medical School, 389
NICHOLS, J. T., Abundance, Migration and Range

in Birds, 168
Nomenclature, Stabilizing, S. A. ROHWER, 13
Nutrition Officers in Camps, 159, 243
NUTTING, C. C., Barbados-Antiqua Expedition, 238
NUTTING, P. G., National Prestige in Scientific

Achievement, 605

Lutz, Frank E., Field Book of Insects, A. D. MAC-

GILLIVRAY, 69
M., Military Geology and Meteorology, 576
MAOCAUGHEY, V., Olona, Hawaii's Fiber-Plant,

236
MacDONALD, D. F., Panama Canal Slides, 14
MACGILLIVRAY, A. D., Field Book of Insects, Frank

E. Lutz, 68
MACKIE, W. W., Fungicide for Wheat and Barley

Smut, 515
McM., J. P., Study of Evolution, J. G. Adami, 601
MacNutt, B., and W. S. FRANKLIN, Fundamentals

of Dynamics, 113; Foundations of Mechanics, 471
Magnetic Observations, 7
Magnetization by Rotation, S. J. BARNETT, 303
Manganese Ore, in Georgia, 360; in Oregon, 43
Marble, Production of in 1917, 613
MARLATT; C. L., Origin of Pink Bollworm, 309
Martin, Ártemas, 508
Masks in Gas Warfare, 495
MAST, S. O., Problems, Methods and Results in Be-

havior, 579
Mathematical, Assoc. of Amer., 111; Instruction

and the War, H. BLUMBERG, 296; Soc., Amer., F.
N. COLE, 399, 524
Mathematics, Secondary, History of, G. A. MILLER,

182; in the Nineteenth Century, F. CAJORI, 279;
Teachers, Development of, G. A. MILLER, 553
Mathers, George Schrader, L. HEKTOEN, 507
Maury, C. J., Marine Tertiary Mollusca, 14
MEACHAM, M. R., Hydrogen Ion and Wood-de-

stroying Fungi, 499
MEANS, P. A., Race-Appreciation in Latin Amer-

ica, 256
Mechanics, Foundations of, P. J. Fox, 343; W. S.

FRANKLIN, and B. MACŃUTT, 471
Medallists of the Royal Society, 637
Medical, Corps Officers, College Students for, 135;

Service Corps, Volunteer, 187; Entente with
America, 196; Profession in Great Britain and
the War, 320; Training and Science, G. LUSK,

629; Research Committee, British, 639
MEES, C. E. K., Supply of Organic Reagents, 91;

Science of Photography, John R. Roebuck, 140
METCALF, Z. P., Wings of Insects, J. H. Comstock,

322
Metric System in the United States, 540
Meyer, Frank N., E. F. SMITH, 335
Microscopic Organisms, Washing, H. RUCKES, 44
Military, Instructors, 62; Geology and Meteorology,

576
MILLER, G. A., Scientific Activity and War, 117;

History of Secondary Mathematics, 182; Devel-

opment of Mathematics Teachers, 553
MILLER, W. J., Syenite-Granite, 560; International

Organization of Science, 649
MILLIS, J., Geometric Basis for Physical and Or-

ganic Phenomena, 353
Minerals, Exhibit of, Useful in War, 440
Moisture Ratio, A. SMITH, 48
Molecular Motion, E. R. STOEKLE, 474
Mollusca, Marine Tertiary, C. J. MAURY, 14
Mollusks, Terrestrial, Behavior of, T. C. STEPHENS,

271
MOODIE, R. L., Armand Thevenin, 84; Equidæ of

North America, H. F. OSBORN, 171; Paleontol-

ogy and Medical History, 619
MOORE, J. S., A country without a Name, 271

OBERHOLSER, H. C., Intergradation in Vertebrate

Zoology, 165; Scientific Name of the Passenger

Pigeon, 445
O'CONNELL, M., George Jennings Hinde, 588
O’Gara, P. J., White-Spot

Disease of Alfalfa, 299
OGDEN, H. N., Purpose of Research, 525
Ohio Academy of Science, E. L. RICE, 277
Olona, Hawaii's Fiber-Plant, V. MAOCAUGHEY, 236
Ornithologists, American, Union, 641
Osborn, H. F., Equide of North America, R. L.

MOODIE, 171; Origin and Evolution of Life, R.

S. LILLIE, 472
Osmosis with Living Membrane, E. KREMERS, 599
OSTERHOUT, W. J. V., Relative Rates of Life Proc-
Otis, C. H., Electro-thermo Regulator for Water

Baths, 425
Oxidation in the Body, W. E. BURGE, 174

esses, 172

P.,

G. H., Outline of Neurology, C. J. Herrick, and

E. C. Crosby, 374
P., T. M., Lieutenant Herbert Douglas Taylor, 411
Paleontology and Medical History, R. L. MOODIE,

619; Palisades Interstate Park, 541
Papers “to be published,” H. GUNTHORP, 495
Paramecia with Extra Contractile Vacuoles, R. T.

HANCE, 295
Parker, H. N., City Milk Supply, L. F. RETTGER,

272
PARSONS, C. L., Amer. Chem. Soc., 184; American

Chemist in Warfare, 377
Patent Reform Prospects, B. RUSSELL, 250
Pathologists, Cereal, Field Conference of, C. W.

HUNGERFORD, 148
Peace Commissioners and Amer. Geog. Soc., 590

Pear Blight Wind Borne, F. L. STEVENS, W. A.

RUTH, and C. S. SPOONER, 449

Pectin, Preparing, C. H. HUNT, 201

PETER, A. M., Kentucky_Academy of Science, 73

Phenomena, Visual, P. F. GAEHR, 575

Physicists, Specializing, Designation of, C. H.

SHARP, 140

Piekering, E. C., Annals of Astronomical Observa-

tory of Harvard College, G. C. COMSTOCK, 397
Pigeon, Passenger, Scientific Name of, H. C. OBER-

HOLSER, 445; Rediscovery of, 8. M. RASMUSSEN,

445; T. S. ROBERTS, 575

PIKE, F. H., Blood Flow and Respiratory Move-

ment, 121

Plant, and Nutrient Solution, D. R. HOAGLAND, 422
Polarization of Moving Electrodes, C. Barus, 253
Poor, C. L., Destinies of Stars, Svante Arrhenius,

621
Potato, Leaf Burn of, E. D. BALL, 194
Pottery Products, 568
Power Situation in the United States, 347
Precipitation, Seasonal, A Now Factor of, R. M.

HARPER, 208

Protoplasm, Behavior of, M. H. FISCHER, and M.

0. HOOKER, 148

Pseudo-Psychology, C. A. RUCKMICH, 191

Psychological Assoc., Amer., H. S. LANGFELD, 595

Publication, Scientific, in Great Britain, 371

Putney, Fred Silver, 486

Pyrheliometer, Abbot's Theory of the, F. H.

BIGELOW, 417

Rock, J. F., Ornamental Trees of Hawaii, A. 8.

HITCHCOCK, 224

Rockefeller Foundation, 170; Yellow Fever Ex-

pedition of, 595
Roebuck, John R., Science of Photography, C. E.

K. MEES, 140
ROHWER, S. A., Stabilizing Nomenclature, 13
Root, E., Industrial Research and National Wel-

fare, 532

Royal College of Physicians, 517

Royce, Josiah, Memorial to, 87

RUCKES, H., Washing Microscopic Organisms, 44

RUCKMICH, C. A., Pseudo-Psychology, 191

RUSSELL, B., Patenting Inventions, Moïs H.

Avram, 118; Patent Reform Prospects, 250

RUTH, W. A., C. S. SPOONER, and F. L. STEVENS,

Pear Blight Wind Borne, 449

Rydberg Universal Constant No, R. T. BIRGE, 47

Saccharin for Sugar, W. E. BURGE, 549

St. Louis Academy of Science, N. M. GRIER, 124

Salters' Institute of Industrial Chemistry. 592

Scalariform Pitting, F. B. H. BROWN, 16

Science, Man of, and the Public, E. LINTON, 25;

and Civil Service, 296; Trained Man of, in

War, J. S. AMES, 401; British, in Industry,

456; Education and Leadership, SYDENHAM,

477; and Medical Training, G. LUSK, 629; In-

ternational Organization of, G. A. MILLER, 649

Scientific Events, 5, 36, 62, 84, 109, 132, 157, 184,

215, 240, 262, 288, 313, 336, 360, 386, 411, 438,

462, 487, 508, 538, 567, 592, 613, 639; Notes

and News, 8, 38, 65, 88, 112, 135, 161, 187, 217,

243, 266, 291, 315, 339, 365, 390, 414, 441, 465,

489, 512, 542, 569, 596, 615, 642; Books, 15, 46,

68, 94, 118, 140, 171, 197, 224, 249, 272, 298,

322, 346, 372, 397, 419, 447, 472, 496, 516, 547,

576, 601, 621, 651; Organizations of the Allied

Nations, 291; Control, Insidious, E. B. WILSON,

491; Achievement, National Prestige in, P. G.

NUTTING, 605; Workers, British National

Union, 614

Seals, Fur, of the Pribilof Islands, 338

Seas, Eocene, G. D. HARRIS, 642

Seward, A. C., Fossil Plants, E. W. BERRY, 94

Shark, The Whale, E. W. GUDGER, 622

SHARP, C. H., Designation of Specializing Physi.

cists, 140

Shaw, W. R., An Optical Illusion, 45

SHELFORD, V. E., Responses of Animals to En-

vironment, 225

Sherman, H. C., Chemistry of Food and Nutri.

tion, G. LUSK, 398

SHREVE, E. B., Imbibition of Water by Gelatine,

324

SHUFELDT, R. W., Need for Better Book and

Newspaper Materials, 369

SHULL, A. F., Biological Principles in Zoology

Course, 648

SILVERMAN, A., High-school Chemistry in Penn.

sylvania, 179

Skiff, Frederick, J. V., 640

Slides, Panama Canal, D. F. MACDONALD, 14;

Lantern, Celluloid, A. W. GRAY, 43, Hand-

made, S. H. GAGE, 221

Smell, Hereditary Deficiencies in the Sense of, 0.

GLASER, 647

SMITH, A., Moisture Ratio, 48

Race-Appreciation in Latin America, P. A.

MEANS, 256

Rainbow, A. Night, D. RIESMAN, 248
Rainfall of the United States, C. F. BROOKS, 69
RASMUSSEN, S. M., Rediscovery of Passenger

Pigeon, 445
Rathbun, Richard, M. BENJAMIN, 231
Reagents, Organic, Supply of, C. E. K. MEES, 91
Red Rays and Photoelectric Effect, C. A. BUT-
REESE, A. M., A Microscopic Trap, 248
Relative Rates of Life Processes, W. J. V.

OSTERHOUT, 172
Reptiles, Urine of, H. B. LEWIS, 376
Research, Purpose of, H. N. OGDEN, 525; Indus-

trial, and National Welfare, G. E. HALE, 505;

E. Root, 532
Resuscitation Commission, Third, 563
RETTGER, L. F., City Milk Supply, H. N. Parker,

272
Rhineodon Typus, E. W. GUDGER, 622
RICE, E. L., Ohio Academy of Science, 277
RIESMAN, D., A Night Rainbow, 248
RIGG, G. B., Energy Relations of Plants, 125
RILEY, C. F. C., Aquatic Hemiptera, 545
ROBERTS, T. S., Passenger Pigeon, 575
ROBERTSON, C., Generic Determinations of Bees,

368

Robertson, T. B., Chemistry of Proteins, D. D.

VAN SLYKE, 298

University and Educational News, 10, 42, 67, 91,

113, 137, 164, 191, 221, 247, 269, 294, 317, 343,
367, 393, 417, 444, 468, 490, 513, 545, 572, 598,

619, 645
Usono, J. D. HAILMAN, 575

Van Hise, Charles Richard, 612
VAN SLYKE, D. D., Chemistry of Proteins, T. B.

Robertson, 298
VAN TUYL, F. M., Depth of Dolomitization, 350
Vero Man, and the Sabre Tooth, G. R. WIELAND,

93; and Doctor Aleš Hrdlička, O. P. HAY, 459

Volcanoes of Hawaii, 5

SMITH, A. B., Color Association, 395

SMITH, A. H., Blood Volume, 21

SMITH, E. F., and G. H. GODFREY, Brown Rot, 42;

Frank N. Meyer, 335

Smithsonian "Solar Constant” Expedition to

Chile, 635

Smut, Fungicide for Wheat and Barley, W. W.

MACKIE, 515

SNYDER, H., War Bread, 154

Soil Reaction and Azotobacter, P. L. GAINEY, 139

Solar Eclipse, W. W. CAMPBELL, 34

Soldiers, Disabled, Physical Reconstruction of,

211; Wounded, Rehabilitation of, 186

SOPER, G. A., Influenza-Pneumonia Pandemic in

American Army Camps, 451

Special Articles, 21, 47, 72, 98, 121, 143, 172, 198,

225, 253, 273, 298, 324, 348, 374, 398, 422, 449,

474, 499, 518, 549, 578, 602, 622, 652

Sphagnum as a Surgical Dressing, J. W. Hot-
SPOONER, C. 8., W. A. RUTH, and F. L. STEVENS,

Pear Blight Wind Borne, 449

Squaw Island, 265

Statistics, Vital, English, 241

STEBBINS, J., American Astronomical Society, 550

Sterling Bequest to Yale University, 87

STEVENS, F. L., W. A. Ruth, and C. S. SPOONER,

Pear Blight Wind Borne, 449

STEVENS, N. E., The Great War and American

Botany, 177

STEVENS, 0. A., Flora of North Dakota, 448

STOEKLE, E. R., Device for Illustrating Molecular

Motion, 474

Stokes, A. C., Aquatic Microscopy, M. F. GUYER,

198

Stonewort, Jura-cretaceous, H. HANNIBAL, 578
STURTEVANT, A. H., Mutation in Drosophila

Funebris, 72
Stylonichia impaled upon a Fungal Filament, D.

H. WENRICH, 602

Surgeons, American College of, 364

SYDENHAM, Education, Science and Leadership,

477
Syenite-Granite, W. J. MILLER, 560
Symbols, Organic, I. W. D. HACKH, 333

WAKSMAN, S. A., Azotobacter in Cranberry Soils,

653
War, and the Coast and Geodetic Survey, 7; Work,

Technical Societies for, 37; Service, Physicians
for, 86; and Physics Teachers, E. H. JOHN-
SON, 101; and Scientific Activity, G. A. MILLER,
117; Bread, H. SNYDER, 154; the Great, and
American Botany, N. E. STEVENS, 177; Com-
mittee of Technical Societies, B. W. BRUNTON,
242; and the Medical Profession in Great
Britain, 320; and Engineering Education, 396;

Botany after the, 514
Ward, H. B., and G. C. Whipple, Fresh-water

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