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Hamy (M.), Radiography in Hospital at the Institutt, 195 ; Herrick (Prof. G. W.), Insects Injurious to the Household
Reduction Formula for Prisınatic Spectra, 417

and Annoying to Man, 30
Hanriot (M.), Prof. P. Carré, and others, Principes Hesse (Dr. B. c.), the Chemist and the Industrial Develop-

d'Analyse et de Synthèse en Chimie Organique, 116 ment of the United States, 461
Harbord (F. W.), appointed Honorary Adviser in Metal- Hett (Mary L.), New Pentastomids from Lungs of Snakes,

lurgy to the Munitions Committee, 649
Harden (Dr. A.), Prof. W. W. H. Gee, and Dr. H. F. Hewitt (Dr. C. G.), Hibernation of the House-fly, 603;
Coward, Report on the Dalton Diagrams, 335

the Feeding of the Stable-fly, 603; the House-fiy,

Harding (C.), Battle Weather in Western Europe, 473

Musca domestica, Linn. : its Structure, Habits, Develop-

Hardinge (Lord), Address to Calcutta University, 193

ment, Relation to Disease, and Control, 30

Hardy (G. H.), a Course of Pure Mathematics, second Hewlett (Prof. R. T.), Pasteur and Preventive Medicine,

edition, 171

228; the Sterilisation of Water, 677

Hardy (Prof. J. J.) [Death), 348

Hickling (G.) and W. R. Don, Parka decipiens, Fleming,
Harker (A.), Geology in Relation to the Exact Sciences, 363
with an Excursus on Geological Time, 105

Hicks, the Beckley Rain Gauge, 263
Harker (Dr. J. A.), Physical Constants, 281; Physical, Hicks (Prof. W. M.), Enhanced Series of Lines in Spectra

Chemical, and Engineering Constants, 475; the Names of the Alkaline Earths, 500
of Physical Units, 427

Hickson (Prof. S. J.), elected President of the Manchester
Harling (W. H.), New Acribo " Sectional Pads, 145

Literary and Philosophical Society, 269

Harmer (Dr. S. F.), Cetacea Stranded on the British Hildesheim (Dr. O.), the Health of the Child, 700

Coasts, 182, 279

Hiley, Larch Canker, 176

Harnack (Prof. Erich) [Obituary], 297

Hill, South African Santalaceæ : New Species of Thesidium,

Harper (Prof. M. W.), Breeding of Farm Animals, 671

352

Harries (Rev. H.), Two Waterspouts off Dymchurch, 710 Hill (Dr. Alex.), German Universities and the War, 109

Harrington (M. R.), Sacred Bundles of the Sac and Fox Hill (A. W.), Germination of the Genus Marah, 110; Semi-

Indians, 152

parasitic Genus Thesium, 154

Harris (Prof. D. Fraser), Napoleon and the University of Hill (Prof. G. A.), Paris Observatory and its Work, 185

Pavia, 538

Hill (G. F.), Northern-territory Termitidæ, part i., 553

Harrison (Prof. J. B.) and C. K. Bancroft, Field and Hill (J. J.),"Gift to Harvard University, 581

Forest Resources of British Guiana, 653

Hill (Prof. L.), Healthy Atmospheres, 205

Harrison and Subramania, Gases of Swamp Rice Soils, 16 Hillebrand (K.), Winnecke's Comet, 99

Harrison (Lt.-Col. W. S.) [Obituary], 213

Hindle (Dr. E.), Flies in Relation to Disease-- Blood-

Hartridge (H.) and A. V. Hill, Transmission of Infra-red sucking Flies, 338

Rays by the Eye, 279

Hinks (A. R.), appointed Secretary of Royal Geographical

Hartwell (Miss) and Miss Tweedy, appointed Demonstrators

Society, 151

in Physiology at Bedford College, 692

Hirayama (K.) and S. Ogura, Early Chinese Eclipses, 218

Harwood (W. A.), Anemographic Observations at Port Blair, Hirst (S.), a Minute Blood-sucking Mite, 415
etc., 216

Hitchcock (Prof. A. S.), a Text-book of Grasses, with

Haskins (Prof. C. N.), Reply to “ Appeal to Non-producing Especial Reference to the Economic Species of the

Mathematicians,” 299

United States, 60

Haughton (S. H.), Description of the Dinosaur Bones from Hitchcock (F. L.), the Commutative Law for Homogeneous

Bushmanland, 554; New Reptiles and Amphibians, 44 Strains, 529
Haupt (Prof. P.), Opium in the Bible, 444

Hnatek (Dr. A.), Hay Line in Stellar Spectra, 99

Hausen (H.), Types of Porphyry in Finland, 239; Spread Hobbs (Prof. W. H.), Role of the Glacial Anticyclone in

of Glaciers, 239

the Air Circulation of the Globe, 444

Haven (Prof. G. B.) and Prof. G. W. Swett, the Design Hobhouse (L. T.), G. C. Wheeler, and M. Ginsberg, the
of Steam Boilers and Pressure Vessels, 534

Material Culture and Social Institutions of the Simpler
Haviland (M. D.), a Summer on the Yenesei (1914), 209; Peoples, 672

Breeding Habits of the Grey Phalarope, 460 ; Ornitho- Hodge (F. W.), Prehistoric Ruins in Cebollita Valley, 138
logical Observations, 78; the Courtship of the Lap- Hofi (Prof. J. H. van’t), Monument to, unveiled at Rotter-
wing, 517

dam, 237

Hay (0.), Remains of Extinct Animals from the Pleistocene Hogben (L. T.), awarded the Frank Smart Prize in Zoology

of North America, 298

at Cambridge, 470

Hayden (C.) and others, Gifts to the Massachusetts Insti- Hogg (H. R.), Spiders of the Family Salticidæ, 415

tute of Technology, 528

Holdich (Sir T. H.), Geodetic Science, 93

Heath (F. G.), All about Leaves, 283

Holdsworth (E. W. H.) [Obituary], 95

Hedin (Sir Sven), Connection with the Royal Geographical Hole (R. S.), a New Species of Forest Grass from Burma,

Society, 122

652

Hegner (Prof. R. W.), the Germ-cell Cycle in Animals, 117 Holmboe (J.), Studies on the Vegetation of Cyprus, 254

Hemphill (Prof. H.), Library, etc., acquired by Stanford Holmes (Dr. A.), the Physical Basis of Geography, 534

Üniversity, 223

Holmes (E. M.), awarded the Hanbury Medal, 544

Henderson (Prof. G. G.), Presidential Address to the Society Home (J. H. Milne), Pitwood, 176

of Chemical Industry, 572

Honda (K.), the A2 Transformation in Iron, 525

Henderson (J. B.), Rediscovery of Pourtales's Haliotis, 491 Hooper (C. H.), Bailey's The Principles of Fruit-growing,

Hendrick (Prof. J.), Composition and Value of Liquid twentieth edition, 449

Manure, 351

Hope-Jones (F.), Wireless Time-signals, 515

Henslow (Rev. Prof. G.), Floral Rambles in Highways and Hopkins (Dr. A. D.), Classification of the Cryphalinæ, 687
Byways, 531

Hopkins (Dr. F. Gowland), awarded the Baly Gold Medal
Hepburn (R.), a Bursary in Memory of, at Dundee Uni- of the Royal College of Physicians, 622 ; Constituents
versity College, 721

of Extracts derived from Albuminous Substances, 382

Herbertson (Prof. A. J.), a Map of the Western War Area, Hornaday (Dr. W. T.), Wild Life Conservation in Theory

479 : [Obituary], 623

and Practice, 281

Hernández-Pacheco (Dr.) and Dr. H. Obermaier, Veander-Horne (Dr. J.) and Dr. B. N. Peach, Country round Beauly
thal Man in Spain, 459

and Inverness, 242

Heron-Allen (E.), `Acquirement of the Millett Collections Hornell (J.), Fishery Experiments in Ceylon, 681; Ceylon

and Library, 180; Bionomics, etc., of the Foramini- and Indian Pearl Fisheries, 682 ; Recent Pearl Fishery

fera,

Beauty, Design, and Purpose of in Palk Bay, 529

the Foraminifera, 630; Volunteers for Scientific Hornig (von G.), Short Period Variable Stars, 655

Work, 428

Horton (F.), Effects of Different Gases, 249

Heron-Allen (E.) and A. Earland, Foraminifera of the Horwood (A. R.), Practical Field Botany, 283; the Story
Kerimba Archipelago, 362

of Plant Life in the British Isles, vols. ii. and iii.,

421

on

Hosie (Sir A.), On the Trail of the Opiuin Poppy: a Johannsen (Dr. W.), Falske Analogier, etc., 178

Narrative of Travel in the Chief Opium-producing Johnson (Prof. D. S.), the Laboratory and Garden at

Provinces of China, 90

Cinchona, 516

Hotchkiss (W. O.) and E. Steidtmann, Limestone Road Johnson (Prof. D. W.), Physiographic Features as a Factor
Materials of Wisconsin, 614

in the European War, 443
Houston (Dr. A. C.), Eleventh Report on Research Work, Johnso (J. W. H.), Biology of Sewage Disposal, 332
Metropolitan Water Board, 677

Johnston (Sir H. H.), Life-Habits of the Okapi, 713; Mam-
Hovey (Dr. E. O.), Examination of Mont Pelée, etc., 349 mals of Eastern Equatorial Africa, 510; the Languages
Howell (Dr. H. B.), a Foundational Study in the Pedagogy of Southern Nigeria, 29
of Arithmetic, 62

Johnstone (Dr. J.), the Organism as a Thermodynamic
Howlett (F. M.), Chemical Entomology, 52

Mechanism, 240
Hrdlička (Dr.), Anthropological Research in Eastern Asia, Johnston (Dr. S. J.), Moreauia mirabilis, 722

137; an Exhibit in Physical Anthropology, 638; Ex- | Joly (Prof. J.), Radio-Therapy : its Scientific Basis and its

ploration in Peru, 275

Teaching, 409; the Cancer Problem and Radio-activity,

Hübl (A. F. von), translated by H. O. Klein, Three-colour 618
Photography, 641

Jolly (Prof.), the Electro-Cardiogram, 599
Hubrecht (Prof. A. A. W.) [Death], 95 ; [Obituary article], Jonas (Sir J.), Gift to Sheffield University, 278.

Jones (C. M.), awarded the Gladstone Memorial Prize of the

Hudson (O. F.), Etching Reagents, 102 ; Zinc-copper London School of Economics, 708

Alloys, 157

Huggins (Lady) [Obituary], 123 ; Bequests of, 278 ; Bequest Jones (Prof. F. Wood), External Genital System of Che-

lonian Reptiles, 625

to the City of London School, 361

Jones (H. C.) and others, the Absorption Spectra of Solu-

Humbert (P.), Equilibrium of a Fluid Mass, 251

tions, etc., 467

Hunt (Prof. T. F.) and Prof. C. W. Burkett, Farm Animals, Jones (Dr. H. Lewis), [Obituary), 152

256

Hunt (W. N.), Bequest to Dartmouth College, 414

Jones (H. Spencer), the Structure of the Universe, 548

Huntington (Prof. A. C.), Effects of Heat and Work on

Jones (H. S.), the Aberration Constant of Latitude Varia-

Mechanical Properties of Metals, 102

Hurry (Dr. J. B.), the Vicious Circles of Neurasthenia and Jones (J.), Guide to the Botanic Gardens, Dominica, 600
their Treatment, 424

Jones (Mrs. R.), Periodicity in Plant Growth, 26
Hurtzig (A. C.) [Obituary], 514

Jones (Prof. W.), Nucleic Acids : their Chemical Properties

Husband (J.), Mechanical Drawning, with Special Reference Jordan (F. W.), Experiment on Sunset Colours, 590

and Physiological Conduct, 116

to the Needs of Mining Students, 535

Hutchinson (Jonathan), awarded Jacksonian Prize, 180

Jordan (G. F. W.), Novel Laboratory Experiments, 389

Huxley Memorial Lectures to the University of Birming- Juritz (Dr.C..F.) Chemical Composition of Karroo Ash,
ham, with an Introduction by Sir Oliver Lodge, 32

685; Plant Poisons of South African Plants, 15;
Hyde (R. R.), Drosophila confusa, a Fly of the Species of,

Prickly Pear Problem in Australia, 352
153

Hyndman (F.)., Electrical Conductivity of Metals, 240

Kalien (Dr. H. M.), William James and Henri Bergson, 200

Kalmus (H. T.) and C. Harper, Cobalt and Cobalt Alloys,
Iddings (Dr. J. P.), the Problem of Volcanism, 337

240

Ingle (Dr. H.), a Manual of Oils, Resins, and Paints, vol. i., Kanthack (F. E.), Development of the Internal-Combustion

Analysis and Valuation, by Dr. H. Ingle and J. A. L. Engine, 681

Sutcliffe, 202

Kapteyn (J. C.) and Adams (W. S.), Proper Motions and

Innes (R. T. A.), Presidential Address to the Pretoria Meet- Radial Velocities of Stars, 46
ing of the South African Association, 714

Kasim (Mohammad Bey), Some Arabic Weather Sayings,
Innes and Van der Spuy, Measures of Southern Double 688

Kaup (W. J.), Machine-shop Practice, Second Edition, 259
Isherwood (Rear-Admiral B. F.), [Obituary], 650

Kaye (G. R.), Indian Mathematics, 560

Ivanof (Dr. V.), Leaves in Saxaul, 214

Kaye (Dr. G. W. C.), X-Rays : an Introduction to the Study

Ives (Genl. Brayton), Bequest to Yale University, 223

of Röntgen Rays, 87
Iyengar (M. O. P.), Defoliation of some Madras Trees, 307 Kayser (E.), the Ferments of Rum, 722

Kearney (J.), [Obituary], 123

Keen (Prof. W. W.), Animal Experimentation and Medical
Jackson (Prof. H.), the “Green Fluorescence” of X-Ray Progress, 170

Keith (Prof. A.), Palæolithic Man in South Africa, 616

Jackson (Miss A. C.), Plumage in some British Ducks, 569 Keith (1.), Cast-iron Shells, 437

Jackson (Dr. A. R.), the Spider Fauna of Scotland, 569 Kelleher (Prof. S. B.). Dr. M. W. Crofton, 377

Jackson (Admiral Sir H.), appointed First Sea Lord, 377 Keller (Prof. A. G.), Societal Evolution, 695

Jackson (Prof. H. S.), appointed to the Purdue University Keller (V. A.), Botanical Geography of Saissan, 216

Agricultural Experiment Station, 693

Kellogg (Prof. V. L.) and Prof. R. W. Doane, Elementary

Jackson (R. F.), Basic Lead Acetate Solutions, 125

Text-book of Economic Zoology and Entomology, 476

Jacobs (Dr. M. H.), Heredity in Protozoa, 443

Kelly (E. O. G.), a New Sarcophagid Parasite of Grass-

James (Prof. W. H.) and M. W. Dole, Mechanism of Steam hoppers, 332

Engines, 559

Kellas (Capt. A.), [Obituary], 709

Jayaram (B. J.), the Charnockite Series of Rocks in South- Keltie (Dr. J. Scott), awarded Paris Geographical Society
West Mysore, 460

Medal, 212 ; awarded the Gold Medal of the Roval Scot-
Jekhowsky (B.), Delevan's Comet, 27

tish Geographical Society, 568; Successor of, in Secre-
Jenkin (C. F.) and D. R. Pye, Thermal Properties of Car. taryship of Royal Geographical Society, 151; Assisted
bonic Acid, 334

by Dr. M. Epstein, the Statesman's Year Book, 52nd
Jenkinson (Dr. J. W.), re-appointed Lecturer in Embryology, Annual Publication, 643
53 ; (Death), 433 : [Obituary article), 456

Kemp (Stanley), Discovery of a Peripatid in the Eastern

Jensen (P. B.), the Organic Matter of the Sea Bottom, 526 Himalaya, 304

Jervis-Smith (Rev. F. J.). Dynamometers, Edited and Ampli- Kemp (W. G.), Discovery of a Fossilised Human Skull and

fied by Prof. C. V. Boys, 557

Associated Remains, 297

Jevons (Prof. F. B.), Philosophy : What is it?, 172

Kennedv (Prof. R.), Restoration of Paralysed Muscles, 82
Jewett (F. G.), the Next Generation, 173

Kent (A. F. S.), Mechanism of the Cardiac Valves, 82

Johansen (A. C.) and A. Krough, Influence of Temperature, Kenwood (Col.' H. R.), “ Health in the Camp,” 680

etc., upon the Rate of Development of the Eggs of Kerr (R.), [Obituarv), 340

Kershaw (G. B.), Sewage Purification and Disposal, 477

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Kershaw (J. A.), Fauna and Flora of the Forests of Lea (Prof. F. C.) and W. N. Thomas, Change in Density Northern Queensland, 403

of Mild Steel, 548 Kershaw (J. B. C.), War and English Chemical Industry,

Le Chatelier (H.), Explosives, 45 710

Leclainche (Profs.) and Vallée, Discovery of a New “ PolyKidson (F.), and M. Neal, English Folk-song and Dance, valent” Serum, 680 229

Leduc (A.), Determination of the Ratio y, 307; Diffraction Kiepert (Dr. R.), [Death], 650

Phenomena and Motion of the Earth, 83; Internal Kimball (D. D.), Heating and Ventilation of School and

Pressure of Gases, 693 ; Proportion of Oxygen in the Church Buildings, 574

Atmosphere, 417; Ratio y of the two Specific Heats of King, an Advisory Council on Industrial Research, 326

Gas Mixtures, 139; Velocity of Sound in Gaseous MixKing (Dr. A. S.), Electric Furnace Spectra of Vanadium and tures, 251

Chromium, 242 ; Tube Arc Spectrum of Iron, 713 ; Un. Lee (Dr. Alice), Influence of Segregation on Tuberculosis, symmetrical Lines in Tube-arc and Spark Spectra, 553

658 King (Dr. F. H.), Soil Management, 256

Lee (Lieut. E.) [Obituary], 567 King (L. W.), elected Professor of Assyrian and Babylonian Lees (Prof. C. H.), Shapes of the Equipotential Surfaces Archæology, 166

in the Air, 445 ; the Electronic Theories of the ProKing (Dr. L. V.), the Density of Molecules in Interstellar perties of Metals, 675 Space, 701

Lees (E. H.), Nature of Nardoo, 74 Kingon (Rev. J. R. L.), Native Agriculture, 686

Lefroy (Prof. H. Maxwell), Flies and Disease, 330; the Kingsbury (J. E.), Damage to Telephone Systems, 241

Fly Campaign, 440 Kitchener (F. E.), [Death), 514

Légé (J. B. A.) [Obituary], 212 Kitchener (Lord), awarded the Livingstone Gold Medal of

Lehmer (D. N.), List of Prime Numbers from

10,006,721, 254 the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, 568 Kleiner (1. S.) and S. J. Meltzer, Retention in the Circula- Leiper (Dr. R. T.) and Dr. E. L. Atkinson, Parasitic tion of Dextrose in Normal and Depancreatised Animals,

Worms Collected on the British Antarctic (Terra Nova)

Expedition, 303 553 Knab (F.) and W. W. Yothers, Papaya Fruit-fly, 332

Leipoldt (Dr. C. L.), School Medical Inspection, 685 Knobel (É. B.), Photographing the Solar Corona, 301

Lemoine (G.), the Catalysis of Hydrogen Peroxide, 610 Knoche (Dr. W.), Hertzian Waves, 240

Le Roy (G. A.), Low Temperatures in Toxicological Knowles (F. H. S.), Skulls of 'Eskimo, 434

Analysis, 55; Waterproof Qualities of Cloths and MiliKnowlton (F. H.), Jurassic Flora of Cape Lisburne, 354

tary Fabrics, 501 Knox (G. D.), French Magnanimity, 703

Leslie (P.), Afforestation of Coastal Sand Dunes, 177 Kodak, Ltd., Booklet on Photomicrography, Third Edition, Le Souef (W. H.), Extermination of Native Fauna of Aus

tralia, 329 273

Levander (Prof. K. M.), Plankton of the Tavastfjärd, 182 Kojima (T.), Approximate Solution of Equations, 240

Levick (Staff-Surgeon G. Murray), Natural History of the Koldewey (Dr. R.), the Excavations at Babylon, 292

Adélie Penguin, 345 Kôzu (Dr. S.), the Errors in the Angle of the Optic Axes,

Levison (J. J.), Studies of Trees, 555 501 ; the Influence of Temperature on the Optic Axial

Levy (D. M.) and H. Jones, the Morro Velho Method of Angle of Sanidine from the Eifel, 501

Assay, 363 Kropotkin (Prince P.), Through Siberia, 36

Levy (H.), Resistance of a Fluid, 194 Krüger (V.), Botany and Geography of Semipalatinsk, 216

Levy (S. 1.), the Rare Earths: their Occurrence, Chemistry, Kunz (Dr. G. F.), Measurements of the Tusks of the Mas

and Technology, 225 todon, etc., 460

Lewes (Prof. V. B.). Modern Munitions of War, 605 Kynaston (H.), Radio-activity and Geological Problems, 684 ;

Lewis (Mrs. A. Smith) and Mrs. M. D. Gibson, awarded [Death], 543 ; [Obituary], 568

the Triennial Gold Medal of the Royal Asiatic Society,

401 Lewis (E. P.), the Continuous Spectra of Gases, 394

Lewis (R. T.), Early History of the Quekett Club, 598 J. L., the Principle of Similitude, 644

Lillie (D. G.), British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, Laborde (Mme. A.), Action of Radium on Vicious Scars, 1910: Natural History Report, Zoology, vol. i., No. 3, 694

Cetacea, 584 Lachs (Dr. H.), Potassium \and Rubidium and Radio- Lillie (Prof. R. S.), the Universities and Investigation, 407 activity, 712

Lindemann (Dr. F. A.), the Physical Properties of Isotopes, Lacroix (A.), Contact Metamorphic Phenomena of Mada- 7; the Age of the Earth, 203, 372 gascar Granite, 473

Lindet (M.), Methods of Germany in Rumania, 120 La Flesche (F.), Tattooing among the Osage Tribe, 276 Lindgren (J. R.), Bequest to Northwestern University, 528 Lake (P.), Physical Geography, 534

Lingen (J. S. v. d.), the Molecules of Liquid Crystals, 554; Lamb (Prof.), the Theory of the Gyroscope, 461

the “Lines” within Röntgen Interference Photographs, Lambe (L. M.), Eoceratops, 547

554 Lamborn (Dr. W. A.), Agricultural Pests in Southern Lister (Lord), a Memorial Tablet to, 327

Nigeria, 333 ; Control of Tsetse-flies in Nyasaland, 688 Ljabitzkaja (Mlle.), Various Forms of Leucobryum glaucum, Lanchester (F. W.), Theory of Propulsion, 131

517 Lang (Dr. V. von), elected President of the Vienna Academy Lloyd (Miss D. Jordan), Osmotic Balance of Skeletal of Sciences, 568

Muscle, 25
Lang (Prof. W. H.), Morphology of Isoëtes, 335

Lloyd (Prof. R. E.), What is Adaptation ?, 200
Lankester (Sir E. Ray), Supposed Horn-sheaths of an Lloyd-Jones (D.), Feather-pigments, 658
Okapi, 64

Lock (Dr. R. H.) (Death), 488; [Obituary), 515 Langley (E. M.), Use of Celluloid in Periscope Mirrors, Lockwood (P. C.), Bequest to the Harvard Medical School, 703

334 Larmor (Sir J.), Oceanic Waters and the Law of Variation Lockyer (Dr. W. J. S.), Prof. Barnard's Astronomical of Latitude, 250

Photographs, 485 Lauder (Dr. A.) and T. W. Fagan, the Composition of Loeb (Prof. J.). elected Foreign Member of the Linnean

Society, 327: Entrance of the Spermatozoon into the Laveran (A.), Artificial Acentrosomic Varieties of Trypano- Egg, 657; the Dynamics of Living Matter, 594 somes, 279

Loeffler (Prof. F.) [Obituary), 180 Laws (S. C.), appointed Principal of the Wigan Mining Loomis (Prof. F. B.), “Deseado Formation of Patagonia," and Technical College, 471

214
Lay (E. J. S.). the Pupils' Class-book of Geography : Loria (Prof. G.), English Mathematics, 219

England and Wales; the British Isles; the British Louis (Prof. D. A.) [Obituary], 370
Dominions, 31

Lounsbury (C. P.), the Locust Problem, 684 ; awarded Lea (Dr. A. S.) [Obituary article], 120

the South Africa Medal, 686

Milk, 552

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70

Lowe (Miss I.), appointed Demonstrator in Geology at Marshall (A.), Explosives: their Manufacture, Properties, Bedford College, 692

Tests, and History, 366 Lowell (A. L.), Control of the Forces of Nature, 527 Marshall (Prof. C. R.), awarded the Makdougall-Brisbane Lowell (Prof. Percival), Measures of Saturn, 156; Oxygen Prize of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 514 and Water on Mars, 548

Marsland (E.), Report on War Emergency Work of the Lowell (Prof. P.) and E. c. Slipher, Observations of British Fire Prevention Committee, 298 Saturn, 353

Martin (C. H.). [Obituary], 298 Lowie (R. H.), Exogamy and the Classificatory System of Martin (E. A.), a Mistaken Butterflv. 318; Brighton's Lost Relationship, 553

River, 466; Dew Ponds : History, Observation, and Lowson (W.), Preparations and Exercises in Inorganic Experiment, 32 Chemistry, 116

Martin (P.), Bessemer Gold Medallist, 327; (Death), 348 ; Lubimenko (M.), Antioxydase of Tomato Fruits, 223

[Obituary], 434 Luff (Dr. A. P.) and H. C. H. Candy, a Manual of Martin (Prof. R.), Lehrbuch der Anthropologie in Sys

Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical, Inorganic and tematischer Darstellung, 115
Organic, fifth edition, 116

Martindale (Dr. W. H.) and the Reviewer, Non-Poisonous Lull (R. S.), Fossil Dolphin from California, 355

Character of Nitroglycerin, 591 Lunt (Dr. J.), Spectroscopic Analysis of the N'Kandhla Martindale (Dr. W. H.) and W. W. Westcott, the Extra and other Meteoric Irons, 354

Pharmacopæia, Sixteenth Edition, 641 Lydekker (R.), the True Coracoid, 167 ; [Death], 212 ; Mascart (Prof. J.), Formation of a War Library at Lyons, [Obituary article], 234

609 Lyell (Dr.), Man in the Glacial Epoch, 74

Maskell (E. J.), awarded the Frank Smart Prize in Botany Lyman (Prof. T.), Extension of the Spectrum beyond the at Cambridge, 470 Schumann Region, 553 ;

a Further Extension of the Mason (F. C.), Tuberculin Experiments, 239 Spectrum, 343

Mason (Sir T.), Improvement of River Clyde, 75 Lynch, an Advisory Council on Industrial Research, 324 Maspero (Jean), [Death], 42 Lyster (A. E.), Preliminary Practical Physics, part ii., Massee (G.), Plant Pathology, 681 ; Retirement from Kew, Heat, 257

297

Massy (Miss A. L.), Evidences of Age afforded by the Maanen (A. van.), Photographic Determinations of Stellar

Growth-rings of Oyster-shells, 299 Parallax, 332; Stars with Proper Motion exceeding Mather (Sir W.), Sir Norman Lockyer's Presidential Address 0-50" Annually, 381

to the British Association, 519 MacArthur (J. S.), Extraction of Radium, 95

Matheson (C.), the Counties of Moray and Nairn, 145 MacBride (Prof. É. W.), Text-book of Embryology, vol. i.,

Mathews (Dr. G. B.), a Misprint in Halphen's “ Fonctions Invertebrata, 113

Elliptiques,” 90 MacDonald (G. W.), High Explosives, 508

Mathews (G. M.), the Birds of Australia, 404 MacDougal (D. T.), the Salton Sea, 435

Mathias (E.), H. K. Onnes, and C. A. Crommelin, RectiMach (Dr. E.), the Analysis of Sensations and the Relation

linear diameter of Nitrogen, 27 of the Physical to the Psychical, Translated by C. M.

Mathison (Dr. G. C. M.), [Obituary], 489 Williams, 3

Matsumoto, New Classification of the Featherstars, 214 Macmillan (D. B.), American Expedition to the North-West

Matthai (G.), Grant from the Balfour Fund made to, 387 of Greenland, 434

Matthew (Dr.), Creodont Carnivora of Wyoming, 276 MacMillan (W. D.), Some Theorems connected with Irra

Matthews (D. J.), Salinity and Temperature of the Irish tional Numbers, 638

Channel, etc., 526 Macmillan (Capt. S. A.), [Obituary), 379

Mawson (Sir D.), the Home of the Blizzard, 260 Macmillan (and Co., Ltd.), Geographical Exercise Book,

Maxim (Sir Hiram S.), My Life, 199 with Questions by B. C. Wallis : i., the British Isles ;

Maxwell (Miss E. M.), appointed to the Montgomery Lecii., Europe ; iii., the British Empire, 31

tureship in Ophthalmology at Dublin, 445 Macpherson (H. B.), “ Tournament” of the Blackcock, 329 May (P.), Degree of D.Sc. in Chemistry granted to, 361 Magnus (Sir P.), an Advisory Council on Industrial Research, Maynard (C. D.) and Dr. G. A. Turner, Bantu Natives, 213

323 : on Scientific Services for War, 488; Supply of Mayo (Dr. W. J.) and Dr. C. H. Mayo, Foundation for Optical Glass and Instruments, 348; the Use of the

Medical Research, 53 Services of Scientific Men by the State, 520 ; Retirement

Maze (P.), The role of Chlorophyll, 473 of, 109; Presentation to, 406; and Lady Magnus, Pre

McBride (R. S.) and J. D. Edwards, Lead Acetate Test, 184 sentations to, 362

McClelland (J. A.) and J. J. Dowling, Electrical Properties Malcolm (W.), Goldfields of Nova Scotia, 125

of Powders, 55 Maldiney (J.), Retarding Action of Sugar in the Develop- McCulloch (A.), Migration of the Larval Eel-Gudgeon, 271 ment of Photographic Negatives, 637

McDiarmid (R. J.), TV, TW, TX Cassiopeia, and T Leonis Malladra (A.), Rainfall of Vesuvius, 155

Minoris, 655; the Variable Stars TV, TW, and TX Malloch (J. R.), the Midges of Illinois, 403

Cassiopeiæ, 445 Mallock (A.), Ear-defender, 131

McIndoo (Dr. N. E.), the Olfactory Sense of Insects, 399 Mally (C. W.), Poisoned Bait and Control of House-Flies, McLachlan (N. W.), Losses in Iron, 74 545

McLaren (G. C.), Improved Four-figure Logarithm Table, Mancini (E.), Italian Earthquake of January 13, 183

Multiplication and Division Made Easy, 394 Mann (Dr. H. H.), Indian Agriculture, 52

McLennan (J. C.) and J. P. Henderson, Ionisation PotenManning (Prof. H. P.), Geometry of Four Dimensions, 282

tials of Mercury, etc., 500 Marage (M.), Deafness from War Wounds, 694

McLeod (Prof. H.), Health of, 458 Marais (Mr.), Bequest to Stellenbosch for a University, 414 Meares (J. W.), Electrical Engineering in India, 229 March (N. H.), Towards Racial Health, 341

Meek (Prof. A.), Migrations in the Sea, 231 Marchant (Prof. E. W.), elected Chairman of Liverpool Mees (Dr. C. E. K.), Physics of the Photographic Process, 72

Engineering Society, 297 ; Strength of Wireless Signals, Meldola (Prof. R.), a Disclaimer, 649; elected Honorary 74

Member of the Society of Public Analysts, 327; ProfesMarconi (Dr. E.), Histoire de l'Involution Naturelle, Trans- sional Chemists and the War, 18 lated by M. I. Mori-Dupont, 669

Mellor (Dr. E. T.). Gold-bearing Conglomerates of the Marconi (Senator G.), Presentation to, of the Albert Medal, Witwatersrand, 686 180

Mennell (F. P.), the Rocks of the Lyd Valley, 472 Marr (Dr. J. E.), re-appointed Lecturer in Geology at Cam- Menzies (Dr. J. A.), appointed Professor of Physiology in bridge, 470: Ashgillan Succession, 83

the University of Durham College of Medicine, 664 Marsh (Prof. Howard), (Obituary], 488

Merrill (E. D.). Dillenia and Saurawia from the Philippine Marsh (H. W.), Constructive Text-book of Practical Mathe- Islands, 351; Philippine Plants, 546 ; Studies on Philipmatics, vol. iii., Technical Geometry, 62

pine Rubiaceæ, 599

Tones, 334

Merrill (Prof. G. P.), the Chemical and Mineralogical Com- Morgan (Prof. W.), engaged on Munitions Work, 721

position of Meteorites, 638; the Fisher, Polk County, | Morley (C.), a Revision of the Ichneumonidæ based on the Minn., Meteorite, 437

Collection in the British Museum (Natural History), Merriam (Dr. C. Hart), Researches under Harriman Trust part iv., 584 Fund, 137

Morman (J. B.), the Principles of Rural Credits, 642 Merton (T. R.), Interference Methods and the Origin Morse (E. W.), [Obituary), 328

of Čertain Spectrum Lines, 388; Origin of the Morse (H. N.), Ośmotic Pressure of Aqueous Solutions, 466 “ 4686" Series, 249; the Spectra of Hydrogen and Morton (Prof. W. B.) and Miss M. Darragh, Theories of Helium, 65

Voight and Everett regarding the Origin of Combination Mettam (Prof. A. E.), Furunculosis in Salmon, 351 Meunier (Prof. S.), Glacial Phenomena, 216 ; “Le Problème Mortensen (Dr. T.), Shortened Development of an Australian des Montagnes, 44

Sea-Urchin, 665 Meyer (Dr. A. W.), the Hæmolymph Nodes of the Sheep, 625 Mossman (R. C.), a See-saw of Atmospheric Pressure, etc., M'Gowan (Dr. J. P.), Three Animal Diseases, 653

between the Weddell and Ross Seas, 637 Michaelis (Prof. L.), the Dynamics of Surfaces, Translated Moulton (F. R.), Solution of an Infinite System of Differenby W. H. Perkin, 337.

tial Equations, 553 Michelson (A. A.), the Ruling and Performance of a 10-in. Moulton (J. C.), Butterflies of Borneo, 97; List of Bornean Diffraction Grating, 637

Birds, 188 Mieli (A.), the Place of Lavoisier in the History of Mourelo (J. R.), Phototropy of Inorganic Systems, 72 I Chemistry, 356

Müller (Dr. Hugo), [Death], 348; [Obituary article), 376 Middlemiss (C. S.), Presentation of a Geological Collection Munro (J. W.), Bracon hylobii, 665 to the Hull Museum, 298

Münsterberg (Prof. H.), Psychology and Industrial EffiMiers (Sir H.), Annual Report of the University of London, ciency, 142 304

Müntz (A.) and E. Lainé, Agricultural Value of Sediments, Miles (F. D.), Electrical Conductivity, 195; Reaction be- 251 tween Sodamide and Hydrogen, 195

Murdoch (W. H. F.) and U. A. Oschwald, Electrical InMill (Dr. H. R.), Recording Rain Gauges, 262

struments in Theory and Practice, 586 Mill (Dr. H. R.) and H. E. Carter, the Wet Winter of Murgoci (G.), Rhodusite and Abriachanite, 336 1914-15, 389

Murphy (J. B.) and J. J. Morton, the Lymphocyte and Miller (Dr. Ada E.), appointed Lecturer on School Hygiene, Transplanted Cancer, 638 109

Murray (Sir James), [Obituary], 597 Miller (L. E.), Roosevelt-Rondon Expedition, 96

Murray (Dr. J. A.), appointed General Superintendent of the Millett (F. W.), Collections and Library of, 180

Imperial Cancer Research Fund, 236 Milligan (H. N.), Behaviour of a Captive Motella mustela, Murray (W. S.), Main-line Electrification, 404

403 ; Feeding of a Star-fish, 271; Habits of the Four- Myers (J. E.) and J. B. Firth, Elementary Practical horned Spider Crab, 624

Chemistry for Medical and other Students, 532 Milne (Dr. J. R.), Man's True Thermal Environment, 260, Myers (J. J.), Bequest to Harvard University, 305

508; Mathematical Theory of the Harmonic Synthetiser,

part ii., 065
Mills (R. C.), awarded the Hutchinson Medal of the London

School of Economics, 708
Mills (Prof. Wesley), [Obituary],_13

Nagaoka (Prof. H.), Electrons in the Sun's Atmosphere, 46 Minchin (Prof. E. A.) and Dr. J. D. Thomson, Trypanosoma Nakamura (Dr.), "the Barometric Gradient and Earthlewisi 189, 687

quakes, 461 Miner (J. R.), Fitting Logarithmic Curves, 436

Nanjundayya (H. V.), Aspects of Ethnographic Work, 53 Mitchell (Dr. P. C.), Anatomy of the Gruiform Birds, 415; Nansen (Dr. F.), Through Siberia, the Land of the Future, Evolution and the War, 695

36 Mittra (S. C.), North Indian Folk Medicine for Hydrophobia Nash (Dr. J. T. C.), Evolution and Disease, 424 and Scorpion Sting, 529

Navas (Rev. P. L.), Manual del Entomologo, 181 MʻLintock (W. F. P.), the Zeolites and Associated Minerals Negretti and Zambra, Rain Gauges, 263, 264

from the Tertiary Lavas around Ben More, Mull, 637 Nelthorpe (E. H.), Grundspectra of Alkali and Alkaline Moir (J. Reid), on the Dewlish“ Elephant-trench,” 303 ; Earth Metals, 46

Moustier Implements and Human Bones in Suffolk, 674 Nettleton (H. R.), the Lens and Drop Method of Measuring Moll (Dr. J. W.) and H. H. Janssonius, Mikrographie des Refractive Index, 473

Holzes der auf Java vorkommenden Baumarten, Vierte Neuman (J. T.), the Polyporaceæ of Wisconsin, 570 Lief., 283

Neville (F. H.) [Death], 400 ; [Obituary article], 432
Molliard (M.), Free Nitrogen and the Higher Plants, 55 Newstead (Prof. R.), in France on Entomological Inves-
Mollison (Dr. W. L.), elected Master of Clare College, 166 tigations, 297
Monckton (H. W.), Plant Association at the foot of the Newton (R. B.) and E. A. Smith, Survival of a Miocene
Boium Glacier, 471

Oyster, 355
Money (L. G. Chiozza), War and British Industry, 119 Nicholls (G. E.), an Intracranial Ganglion, 82
Monterin (Dr.), Lys and Val d'Ayas Glaciers, 330

Nicholson (Prof. J. W.), Electromagnetic Inertia and
Montgomerie (J.), Scantlings of Light Superstructures, 130 Atomic Weight, 110; Laws of Series Spectra, 82 ;
Mook (C. C.), Distinctive Features of Camarosaurus, 73 the Band Spectrum Associated with Helium, 445; the
Moon (Prof. F. F.) and Prof. N. C. Brown, Elements of Spectra of Hydrogen and Helium, 33
Forestry, 29

Nicholson (S. B.), Ninth Satellite of Jupiter, 46, 126; Moore (Dr. F. J.), Outlines of Organic Chemistry, Second Orbit of Jupiter's Ninth Satellite, 274; Measures of the Edition, 532

Satellites of Uranus, 274 Moore (H.), Calculating the Absorption Coefficients of Nijland (Prof. A. A.), Abnormal Variability of Mira Ceti, Homogeneous X-Radiation, 415

405; R Corona Borealis, 684 Moore (Prof. H. L.), Economic Cycles : their Law and Nilsson (D.), Biology of the Mackerel, 299 Cause, 88

Nipher (F. E.), Experimental Studies in Electricity and Moore (Dr. Norman), St. Bartholomew's Hospital in Peace Magnetism, 63 and War, 449

Noble (L. F.), Shinumo Quadrangle, 128 Moos (N. A. F.), Report of the Bombay and Alibag Observa- Noguchi (Yone), the Story of Yone Noguchi, 200 tories, 405

Nordenskjöld (Prof. Otto), Postponement of Antarctic Moreux (Abbé), Germany and Meteorology, 12 ; Planet Expedition, 180 Saturn, 185

Noyes (Dr. A. A.), appointed Head of Research Laboratory Morgan (Prof. G. T.) and G. E. Scharff, Utilisation of Peat in Physical Chemistry at Troop College, 693 Tar, 416. 518

Nunn (Dr. T. P.), Exercises in Algebra (including TrigonoMorgan (T. H.), Localisation of the Hereditary Material in metry), parts i. and ii., 392 : the Teaching of Algebra the Germ-cells, 638

(including Trigonometry), 392

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