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October 7, 1915-

Oakenfull (J. C.), Brazil (1913), fifth edition, 393
Ocean Steamship Co., Ltd., Gift for Higher Education in
Liverpool, 499

O'Donohue (J. G.), Destruction of Timber on the Vic-
torian Flood-plain, 516

Offord (J.), the Deity of the Crescent Venus in Ancient
Western Asia, 361; Musical Sand in China, 65
Ogilvie (Dr. Grant), Science and Art Exhibits and Local
Industries, 549

Olivier (C. P.), Farabolic Orbits of Meteor Streams, 553
Onnes (Prof. H. K.), awarded the Franklin Medal, 236
Onnes (Prof. H. K.) and T. A. Edison, awarded the
Franklin Medal, 401

Onslow (H.), Coat-colour in Animals, 223
Orenstein (Dr. A. L.), Malaria Prevention, 685

Osborn (Prof. H. F.), Origin of Single Characters as
Observed in Fossil and Living Animals, 550
Osborn (Mrs. W. C.), Gift to Princeton University, 278
Oscroft (P. W.), Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, 116
O'Shea (Prof. M. V.) and J. H. Kellogg, Making the Most
of Life, 643; the Body in Health, 370

Oshima (M.), Termites from East Indian Archipelago, 181
Osler (Sir W.), War, Wounds, and Disease, 624
Osterberg (Madame) [Obituary], 650

Ostwald (Prof. W.), the Principles of Inorganic Chemistry,
translated by Prof. A. Findlay, fourth edition, 116
Oswald (Dr. F.), Alone in the Sleeping-sickness Country,

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Paget (S.), Experimental Method in Medicine and Sur-
gery, 170; Pasteur and after Pasteur, 228; Servi
Servorum Dei, 233

Palazzo (Prof.), Magnetic Observations taken in Eritrea,

Palmer (Dr. A. de Forest), the Theory of Measurements,
Park (Prof. J.), a Text-book of Practical Assaying, for the

Use of Mining Schools, Miners, and Metallurgists, 145
Parker (Prof. G. H.), the Problem of Adaptation, 443
Parson (A. L.), a Highly Sensitive Electrometer, 637
Parsons (Hon. Sir C. A.), Gift to Royal Institution, 12
Parsons (Dr. F. G.), Measurements of Medieval English
Femora, 35

Parsons (Dr. J. H.), Study of Colour Vision, 169

Parsons (Dr. L. G.), appointed Lecturer on Infant Hygiene,

Pastorella and Rapkin, Ltd., Rain Gauges, 263
Paterson (C. C.), Visibility, 397

Paterson (C. C.) and B. P. Dudding, Estimation of High
Temperatures, 110; Unit of Candle-power, 110
Paterson (Prof. W. P.), German Culture, edited by, 339
Patten (Mr.), Gift by, 54

Patten (Prof. J. C.), Immature Aquatic Warbler, 188
Patterson (J.), Canadian Institute: General Index to Pub-
lications, 1852-1912, compiled and edited by, 341
Patterson (Dr. T. S.), Cement for Polarimeter Tubes, 590;
Training for Scientific Research, 425, 452
Paul (J. H.), the Reflexes of Autotomy, 552
Peabody (J. E.) and Dr. A. E. Hunt, Elementary Human
Biology, 314

Peach (Dr. B. N.) and Dr. J. Horne, Geological Model
of the Assynt Mountains, 243

Peach (H. H.), the Design and Industries Association, 549
Pearl (Dr. R.), Mendelian Inheritance of Fecundity in the
Domestic Fowl, 657; Reproductive Organs of Domestic
Fowls, 159

Pearl (Dr. R.) and F. M. Surface, an Abnormal Cow, 626
Pearson (Dr. F. S.) [Obituary], 328
Pearson (Prof. H. H. W.), Internal Temperatures of
Euphorbia virosa, etc., 44: Plants Collected in the
Percy Sladen Memorial Expeditions in South-west
Africa, 351

Pearson (Prof. Karl), Measurements of Medieval Eng-
lish Femora, 66; the Partial Correlation-ratio, 500
Pearson (Prof. Karl) and Miss Elderton, Natural Selection
in Man, 658

Pease (J. A.), an Advisory Council on Industrial Research,

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Pénau (H.), Cytology of the Bacillus verdunenis, 552
Pennell's (Joseph) Pictures in the Land of Temples, 394
Pentrunkevitch (A.), Terrestrial Palæozoic Arachnida of
North America, 355

Péringuey (Dr. L.), Palæolithic Man in South Africa, 569;
Protection of Elephants in South Africa, 350; Report
of the South African Museum, 350

Perkin (Prof. W. H.), the Position of the Organic Chemical
Industry, 128

Perot (A.), Wave-length of Telluric Lines, 279
Perrine (C. D.), Cepheid-geminid Variability, 572
Perrins (C. W. D.), Gift to Oxford University, 527
Perry (Prof. J.), Gun-making, 75

Perry (W. J.), Origin and Home of the Dead in Indonesia,

Petch (T.), Fungus Diseases of Hevea brasiliensis, 626;
Genera Hypocrella and Aschersonia, 182; Plantation
Rubber Industry of the East, 239; the Tapping of
Rubber Trees, 629

Petersen (Dr. C. G. J.), Animal Communities of the Sea-
bottom in the Skagerak, etc., 625; the Valuation of
the Sea, 625

Petit (P.), Malt Amylase, 582

Petrie (Prof. Flinders), Egyptian Wrought Flints, 238;
the Stone Age in Egypt, 490

Pettman (Rev. C.), Origin of South African Place-names,

Philip (A.), Causes of Corrosion, 158; Essays towards a
Theory of Knowledge,_340
Phillips (Dr. P.) and J. Rose Innes, Stability of Liquid
Films, 194

Pickard-Cambridge (W. A.), appointed Assistant Lecturer
in Philosophy at Bedford College, 692

Pickering (Prof. E. C.), Campbell's Comet (1914e), 217;

Harvard College Observatory Report, 100; Foreign
Members of Scientific Societies, 96

Pickering (Prof. W. H.), an Association for the Observation
of Mars, 628; Meteorology of the Moon, 684
Pickering (Prof.) and J. D. M., the Harvard Observatory,

Pictet (A.) and M. Bouvier, Saturated Hydrocarbons of
Vacuum Tar, 336

Picton (T.), Practical Heat, Light, and Sound, 423
Pierpont (Prof. J), Functions of a Complex Variable, 254

Pike (O. G.), Nesting-habits of Fulmar-petrels, 188
Pilgrim (Dr. G. E.), Remains of Man-like Apes, 277;
Siwalik Teeth, 277

Pine (Genl. C. H.), Bequests of, 248

Piper (C. V.), Forage Plants and their Culture, 421
Pittard (E.), Anthropometry of the Balkan Peoples, 389
Pixell-Goodrich (Mrs. H. L. M.), Minchinia: a Haplo-
sporidian, 362

Plaskett (Dr. J. S.), Canadian 72-inch Reflecting Telescope,

Plaut (E.) and M. T. Bogert, Syringic Acid and its Deriva-
tives, 443

Playfair (G. I.), the Genus Trachelomonas, 553
Plowman (C. F.) and W. F. Dearden, Fighting the Fly
Peril, 699

Pocock (R. 1.), External Characters of the Viverrinæ, 111;
the Feet, etc., of the Paradoxurine Viverrids, 472
Poech (Prof. R.), Grant to, for Anthropological Researches,

Policard (A.) and A. Phélip, Lesions in Wounds Caused by
War Projectiles, 552

Pollock (Prof. J. A.), the Larger Ions in the Air, 286
Pollak (J. E.), Chemistry and Industry, 34
Pollok (Dr. J. H.), Bromine in the Salt Lagoon at Larnaca,
Cyprus, 528

Pontio (M.), Nickel Deposited in Nickel Plating, 721
Porro (Prof. F.), Italian Miage Glacier, 330
Porter (Prof. A. W.) and E. T. Paris, Demonstration of
Green-flash, 194

Porter (Prof. A. W.) and F. Simeon, Thermal Conductivity
and Fusion, 194

Pouget (I.), Aluminium and Deposits in Boilers, 694

Prain (Sir D.), Some Additional Species of Meconopsis,

Pratt (D. S.), Preparation and Digestive Properties of
Papain, 601

Preece (W. LI.), Damage to Telephone Systems, 241
Preston (H. B.), the Fauna of British India, including
Ceylon and Burma: Mollusca (Fresh-water Gastropoda
and Pelecypoda), 584

Prince (Dr. M.), the Unconscious, 227

Prior (Dr. G. T.), Meteoric Stone of Launton, 139
Prior (Nurse), Museums and Children's Welfare, 549
Prowazek (Dr. S. von) [Obituary], 213

Puiseux (P.), Annual Review of Astronomy, 1914, 628
Pulling and Livingstone, Water Relationship between Soil
and Plant, 330

Purvis (J. E.) and T. R. Hodgson, the Chemical Examina-
tion of Water, Sewage, Foods, and other Substances, 85

Quain, Elements of Anatomy, eleventh edition, vol. iv.,
part i., Osteology and Arthrology, Dr. T. H. Bryce, 118
Queen (Her Majesty the), Gift to the London (Royal Free
Hospital) School of Medicine for Women, 361

Radin (P.), North American Mythology, 651
Rahilly (A. J.), Some Geometrical Determinants, 250
Rainbow (W. J.), Travels of Insect Pests, 271
Rainy (Dr. H.) and Dr. J. W. Ballantyne, Skiagraphic
Researches in Teratology, 27

Ramaswami (M. S.), a Botanical Tour, 153
Ramsay (Sir W.), Cotton for German Ammunition, 432;
Future Competition with Germany, 705; German
Science, 237; Sewage Disposal, 184; Science and the
State, 309; the National Organisation of Science, 521
Ramsey (A. S.), Elementary Geometrical Optics, 257
Rankin (G. A.), the Ternary System, 125
Raper (R. W.) [Obituary], 567

Rappoport (F. G.), Internal-combustion Engine, 99
Rastall (R. H.), re-appointed Additional Demonstrator of
Geology at Cambridge University, 361

Rastall (R. H.) and W. H. Wilcockson, Accessory Minerals
of the Granite Rocks of the English Lake District, 472
Rathburn (R.), a Descriptive Account of the Building
recently erected for the Department of Natural History
of the United States National Museum, 9
Raverot (E.), a Temperature Interval and Mechanical
Measurements, 501

Raurich (S.), the Comparative Brightness of Venus and
Sirius, 519

Rawlinson, an Advisory Council on Industrial Research, 326
Rawson (Dr. S. G.) [Obituary], 123

Rây (Dr. P. C.), Antiquity of Hindu Chemistry, 347
Rayleigh (Lord), Deep Water Waves, 249; on the Char-
acter of the "S" Sound, 645; the Principle of Simili-
tude, 66, 202, 644

Rayner (E. H.), Precision Resistance Measurements, 388
Read (Prof.) and Mr. Greaves, Nickel-aluminium, etc.,
Alloys, 102

Record (Prof. S. J.), the Mechanical Properties of Wood, 2
Reed (Dr. F. R. Cowper), Brachiopoda of the Girvan Dis-
trict, 27

Reed (W. H.) [Death], 348

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Richards (T. W.) and L. B. Coombs, the Determination
of Surface Tension, 638

Richardson (H.), Absorption in Lead of y Rays, 388;
Foreign Philosophers, 703

Richardson (Prof. O. W.), Electrons and Heat, 407;
Influence of Gases on the Emission of Electrons and
Ions, 445; Novel Properties of the Electron Currents
from Hot Metals, 416; the Electron Theory of Matter,

Rideal (Dr. S.) and Dr. E. K. Rideal, Water Supplies :
their Purification, Filtration, and Sterilisation, 85
Ridewood (Dr. W. G.), Flies and Disease, 330
Ridley (H. N.), Cytinacea and Balanophoraceæ, 681
Ridley (Alderman O.), Bequest to University College,
Reading, 527

Rigaux (Edmond) [Obituary], 180

Ritchie (Mary), the Drama of the Year, 207

Rivers (Dr. W. H. R.), the Boomerang Found on the
Coast of Espiritu Santo, 569; the History of Melanesian
Society, 319

Robb (Dr. A. A.), a Theory of Time and Space, I
Roberts (A. A.), the Poison War, 560

Roberts (A. W. R.), Parallelism in the Aphidæ, 194
Robertson (Prof. D.), Electrical Engineering, 229
Robertson (J. A.), the Igorots of Lepanto, 624
Robinson (Prof. H.) [Obituary], 123.

Robinson (H. H.), San Franciscan Volcanic Field, Arizona,

Robinson (Prof. R.), appointed to the Chair of Organic
Chemistry at Liverpool University, 609

Roccati (Prof. A.), Glaciers in the Maritime Alps, 330
Rogers (A. W.), Dinosaur Bones in Bushmanland, 554:
Geitsi Gubib, an Old Volcano, 389

Rohde (A.), Vividiffusion Experiments on the Ammonia of
the Circulating Blood, 553

Rolston (Lieut. W. E.), Hampshire Field Archæology, 430
Romanes (Mrs. M. F.), an Algal Limestone from Angola,

Roosevelt (T.), Animals of Central Brazil, 96; Through the
Brazilian Wilderness, 148

Roosevelt (T.) and E. Heller, Life-histories of African
Game Animals, 510

Roscoe (Sir H. E.), Manufacture of Dyes, 41
Rose (Sir T. K.), Refining Gold by Electrolysis, 100; the
Mobilisation of Science, 450

Rosebery (Lord), Address to the University of London, 304
Rosenhain (Dr. W.), an Introduction to the Study of
Physical Metallurgy, 583; Appliances for Metallo-
graphic Research, 102

Ross (Dr. H. C.), the Cancer Problem and Radio-activity,

Ross (Sir Ronald), Remuneration of Science Workers, 119
Rothé (Prof. E.), Cours de Physique, 257
Rothschild (Hon. N. C.), British Fleas, 73
Roubaud (E.), Destruction of Flies, 389; the Destruction
of Flies and the Disinfection of Corpses in the Battle-
line, 493

Rousseau (L.), Crystallised Calcium Theobrominate, 140
Routledge (Mr. and Mrs. S.), News of the Easter Island
Expedition, 708

Rowett (F. E.), Elastic Properties of Steel, 82

Royal Society, Catalogue of Scientific Papers, fourth series
(1884-1900), vol. xiv., C-Fittig, 5

Reid (Clement), Dewlish 'Elephant-trench," 303; Plants | Royds (Dr.), Behaviour of Spectrum Lines of the Same
from the Lea Valley Deposits, 111

Reid (Prof. H. F.), Oscillation of Magnets, 215

Redwood (Sir B.), the Work of the British Science Guild,


Regan (C. T.), the Fishes of the Macquarie Islands, 528
Reid (J.), Discharging Appliances, Influence of, 130
Reinheimer (H.), Symbiogenesis, 695

Renqvist (H.), Diurnal Rainfall at Karlsruhe and at
Petrograd, 436

Rey (H.) and C. Sola, the Comparative Brightness of
Venus and Sirius, 519

Reynolds (Prof. S. H.), Igneous Rocks of the Bristol
District, 306

Reynolds (Stephen), Inshore Fisheries, 625
Riabouchinsky (Dr. D.), the Principle of Similitude, 591
Richard Frères, Rain Gauges, 263

Richards (T. W.), the Compressibilities of the Elements,

Series, 437

Rudler (S. G.), Foundation by, of a Scholarship at the Uni-
versity College of Wales, 528

Russell (Dr. A.), a Treatise on the Theory of Alternating
Currents, vol. i., second edition, 586; Harmonic
Analysis, 204

Russell (A.), Glossary of Scoto-Romani and Tinkler's Cant,

Russell (Hon. B.), awarded the Butler Gold Medal of
Columbia University, 349

Russell (Dr. E. J.), Soil Conditions and Plant Growth, new
edition, 89; Soil Protozoa and Soil Bacteria, 499
Russell (Prof. H. N.), Note on the Sun's Temperature, 444
Rutherford (Sir E.). Radiations from Exploding_Atoms,
494 Spectra given by B and y Rays of Radium,

Ryan (H.) and Miss P. O'Neill, Studies in the Diflavone

7, 1915

Sabine (Dr. W. C.), Architectural Acoustics, 45

Sage (Mrs. Russell), Gift to the Rensselaer Polytechnic In-
stitute, 362

Sahasrabuddhe (D. L.), Acid Secreted by the Cicer
arietinum, 435.

Saillard (E.), Oxidation of the Alkaline Sulphites, 83
Salet (M.), Law of Dispersion of Prismatic Spectra, 417
Salmon (Dr. G.), Analytic Geometry of Three Dimensions,
Fifth Edition, vol. xi., 171

Saltmarsh (Miss M.), Condensation Nuclei produced in Gases
by Ultra-violet Light, 335

Saltmarsh (Miss M. O.), appointed Assistant-Lecturer in
Physics at Bedford College, 692

Sandwith (Prof. F. M.), Lectures on Public Health in Egypt
at Gresham College, 304

Sanford (R. F.), Stars with Variable Radial Velocities, 157
Sangiorgi (Prof. D.), Glaciers from the Disgrazia to the
Monte di Zocca, 330

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Sano (K.) and K. Hasegawa, Wave produced by Sudden
Depression of the Bottom of a Sea, 547

Sartory (A.), L. Spillmann, and P. Lasseur, Typhoid States,


Saunders (C. F.), With the Flowers and Trees in Cali-
fornia, 698

Saunders (Miss E. R.), the Double Stock, 600
Sauvageau (C.), a New Species of Fucus, 279
Schäfer (Sir E.), the Endocrine Glands, 625

Scharff (Dr. R. F.), a Long-finned Bream captured off
Valencia Island, 491; Native Names of Irish Mammals,

Schlesinger (Dr. F.), Interior of the Earth, 442; Spherical
Aberration, 46

Schlich (Sir W.), Pitwood, 176

Shaw (E. W.), Mud Lumps, 127

Shaw (H. K.), Observations of Nebula at the Helwan
Observatory, 381
Shaw (J. J.), Causes of Changes in the Rate of a Watch,

Shaw (N.), Chinese Trees and Timber Supply, 555
Shaw (Dr. P. E.), Electrification of Surfaces, 110
Shelton (H. S.), Radio-active Methods and Geological Time,

Sheppard (T.), the Evolution of the Potter's Art, 672
Sherman (Prof. F. A.), [Obituary], 122
Sherman (Prof. H. C.), Food Products, 59
Shipley (Dr. A. E.), the Minor Horrors of War, 265
Shipley (Dr. A. E.) and Dr. E. W. MacBride, Zoology: an
Elementary Text-book, Third Edition, 476
Shirasawa (Prof.), Picea and Abies, 681

Shore (Dr.), re-appointed Lecturer in Physiology at Cam-
bridge, 471

Short (Dr. T. S.), appointed Ingleby Lecturer at Birming-
ham University, 445

Shufeldt (Dr. R. W.), American Passenger-pigeon, 78;
Osteology of Palæornis, 582
Shuler (E. W.), a New Ordovician Eurypterid, 461
Shull (Dr. G. H.), Heterosis and the Effects of In-
breeding, 443; Sex-limited Inheritance in Plants, 159
Sidgwick (N. V.), Polymorphism, Isomerism, and Poly-
merism, 519

Sigaut (Dr. M.), Legacy to the Paris Academy of Medicine,

Silvestri (Prof. F.), Natural Enemies of Fruit-flies, 333
Simmonds (C.), the "Original" Specific Gravity of Beer, 150
Simpson (Dr. G. C.), Meteorological Conditions in the
Indian Monsoon Region, 547

Schmidt (Johs.), Aroma of Heps, 154; Lupulin in Plants of Simpson (N. D.), Chinese Astragali, 215
the Hop, 434

Schmidt (Dr. J.), Fresh-water Eels, 214

Schoop, a Metal-spraying Pistol, 299

Schorr (Prof. R.), Mellish's Comet, 332

Schreiner (O.) and Skinner (J. J.), Effects of Aldehydes in
Soils, 77

Schuchert (C.), the Basal Silurian Formations of Eastern

North America, 553

Schultz (A. R.), Lincoln County, Wyoming, 127
Schuster (Dr. A.), the Green Flash, 8

Schwarz (Prof. E. H. L.), Origin of Gold, 685

Scott (Dr. A.), a Consultative Council in Chemistry, 524
Scott (H.), appointed Curator in Entomology in Cambridge
University, 387

Scott (Capt. R. F.), and his Companions, Memorial of, 709
Statue of, 12

Scripps (Miss E. B.), Gift to the Scripps Institution at La
Jolla, 515

Seares (F. A.), Absolute Scales of Photographic and Photo-
visual Magnitudes, 654

Searle (J.), Parasitic Copepods in Australia, 270

Searle (Dr.) and C. T. R. Wilson, re-appointed Lecturers in
Experimental Physics at Cambridge, 470

Seaton (Dr. E. C.), [Obituary], 14

Seaver (Prof. J. W.), [Death], 348

Sederholm (J. J.), Influence of Fracture-lines, 239-

Selbie (C. M.), the Decapoda Reptantia of the Coasts of
Ireland, 303

Selby-Bigge (Sir A.), appointed Special Secretary to the
Committee of Scientific and Industrial Research, 649
Seligman (C. G.) and F. G. Parsons, Skeleton found at
Gough's Cave, Cheddar, 329

Sell (Prof. E. S.), Agricultural Laboratory Manual: Soils,

Sell (Dr. W. J.), [Obituary article], 235

Selous (E.), Breeding Habits of the Shag, 329,

Semichon (L.), Use of Heat in Killing Plant Pests, 280

Semon (Sir F.), name of, Expunged from Laryngologists'
Society, 679; name Removed from the Internationales
Centralblatt für Laryngologia, 709

Sen (S. K.), the Respiration of Culicidæ, 688

Sinclair (Dr. W. J.), Additions to the Fauna of the Lower
Pliocene Snake Creek Beds, Neb., 444

Sinclair (W. J.) and W. Granger, Paleocene Deposits of the
San Juan Basin, 356

Sim (T. R.), the Ferns of South Africa, Second Edition, 698
Sinnott (Dr. E. W.), appointed Professor of Botany and
Genetics at the Connecticut Agricultural College, 693
Sitter (Prof. W. de), Figure of the Earth, 684
Skinner (S.) and F. Entwistle, Effect of Temperature on
the Hissing of Water, 500

Slessor (Prof. G. M.), Dr. P. Giles, 610

Slipher (E. C.), the Photograph in Astronomy, 548
Slipher (Dr. V. M.), Photographs of the Spectra of Nebulæ,

Slocum (F.), Parallaxes of Four Visual Binaries, 405
Smart (Prof. W.), [Obituary], 95

Smith (E. A.), British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition,
1910: Natural History Report, Zoology, vol. ii., No. 4,
Mollusca, part i., 584

Smith (E. M.), the Investigation of Mind in Animals, 642
Smith (Prof. G. Elliot), Darling Downs Skull, 26; Geo-
graphical Distribution of Mummification, 139; Influence
of Racial Admixture in Egypt, 402

Smith (Reginald), on the Dewlish "Elephant-trench," 303
Smith (Dr. R. A.), Prehistoric Problems in Geology, 74
Smith (Dr. R. Travers), appointed Professor of Materia
Medica, etc., 80

Smith (S.), Genus Lonsdaleia, III

Smith (T.), the Calculation of Thin Objectives, 472; Trac-
ing Rays through an Optical System, 472
Smith (W. B.), Staffordshire, 615

Smyth (L. B.), Faunal Zones of the Rush-Skerries Car-
boniferous Section, 417

Snyder (T. E.), Bionomics of Termites, 214
Soddy (Prof. F.), the Chemistry of the Radio-Elements,
Second Edition, part i., 116

Solà (J. C.), Proper Motions of the Stars by the Stereo-
scope, 713; Rapid Displacements and Photography, 167;
Stereoscopic Photography and the Proper Motions of
Stars, 694

Solander (D.), Monument to, 13

Seward (A. C.), Antarctic Fossil Plants, 704; elected Master Sollas (Dr. W. J.), Ancient Hunters and their Modern

of Downing College, Cambridge, 636

Shand (A. F.), the Foundations of Character, 172

Shapley (Dr. H.), Orbits of Eclipsing Binaries, 462; Stellar
Variability, 572

Shattuck (Prof. S. W.), [Obituary], 42

Representatives, Second Edition, 369

Somer (A. J.), awarded Silver Medal of the Pharmaceutical
Society, 297

Sousa (P. de), Macroseisms in North of Portugal, 140
Southwark (Lord), the Supply of Optical Glass, 603

Salmon Industries, 599

Southwell (T.), Report of Bengal Fishery Department, 97; | Taverner (P. A.), the Double-crested
Report on Fishery Investigations in Bengal, etc., 356
Spagnoletti (C. E. P.), [Obituary], 514

Speck (F. G.), Decorative Art of the Indian Tribes of
Connecticut, 651

Spottiswoode (W. H.), [Obituary], 709

Sprague (J. T.), the Elements of Electro-plating 63
Springer (F.), Fossil Crinoidea, 275
Spurrell (F. C. J.), [Obituary], 42

Squier (Lt.-Col. G. O.), an Unbroken Alternating Current
for Cable Telegraphy, 551

Squire (P. W.), Squire's Pocket Companion to the British
Pharmacopoeia, Second Edition, 641

Standley (P. C.), New Genus of Chenopodiaceæ, 44
Stanford (Edward), War Maps, Nos. xi. and xii., 183
Stanford (R. L.), Temperature Coefficient of Magnetic Per-
meability of Irons, 547

Stanley (Dr. D.), appointed Honorary Examiner for the
Russell Memorial Prize, Birmingham University, 445;
appointed Professor of Therapeutics, 138
Stanley (H.), Preliminary Practical Science, 257; Outlines
of Applied Physics, 257

Stapf (Dr.), Inflorescences of the Carob Tree, 111; Dragon

Tree of Teneriffe, 472; the Genus Phelipea, 711
Starling (S. G.), Mercury Ripples showing Interference, 508
Stead (A.), Ash of the Alkali Bush, 685
Stead (Dr. J. E.), Iron-Carbon-Phosphorus Compounds, 438
Stebbing (Rev. T. R. R.), Pencil and Pen in Systematic
Zoology, 584; South African Crustacea, 98; Systematic
Natural History, 368

Stebbins (Prof. J.), Presentation to, of the Draper Medal,

Stebinger (E.), a New Ceratopsian, 275
Steen (Dr. Aksel S.), [Obituary], 379

Stefansson (V.), Efforts to Find, 122; Eskimo Commerce,

Stein (Sir Aurel), Explorations in Central Asia, 181
Stejneger (Dr.), Life Zones in the Alps, 136

Step (E.), Marvels of Insect Life, 207

Stephenson (Prof. J.), Hæmonais laurentii, 27

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Taylor (F. H.), Australian Culicidæ, No. ii., 665
Taylor (F. N.), Masonry as Applied to Civil Engineering,


Taylor (Griffith), a Geography of Australasia, 31
Taylor (G. I.), awarded Adams Prize for 1913-14, 222
Taylor (J. W.), an Illuminated Address Presented to, 213
Taylor (Dr. W. W.), the Chemistry of Colloids and some
Technical Applications, 504

Tennant (Lieut.-Gen. J. F.) [Obituary], 42

Tennant (Mr.) on Laboratories placed at the Disposal of
the War Office, 488



Terada (Prof.) and Dr. Hasegawa,
Gradient and Earthquakes, 461
Thiele (Dr.), Winnecke's Comet, 217
Thomas (H. H.), New Jurassic Plants from Yorkshire,
55; Middle Jurassic Flora of Cleveland, Yorks, 354
Thomas (Ivor), British Carboniferous Producti, 355
Thomas (N. W.), Specimens of Languages from Southern
Nigeria, 29

Thomas (Mrs. R. Haig), White-collar Mendelising in
Thompson (Prof. D'Arcy W.), Galileo and the Principles
Hybrid Pheasants, 362

of Similitude, 426; Recent Studies in the Dynamics
of Living Matter, 594; the Principle of Similitude, 202
Thompson (R. Campbell), a Pilgrim's Scrip, 285
Thompson (Prof. S. P.), to Deliver the Swarthmore Lec-
Thompson (Prof. W. H.), Food Values, 651
ture, 297; Steel Suitable for Permanent Magnets, 25

Thomson (Sir J. J.), awarded the Albert Medal of the
Royal Society of Arts, 348; Conduction of Electricity
through Metals, 551

Thomson (W.), a Dust and Smoke Record, 571
Thoroddsen (Prof. Th.), Physical Geography of Iceland,
with Special Reference to the Plant Life, 254
Thorpe (Sir T. E.), Prof. Otto N. Witt, 179; the Book
of France, edited by Winifred Stephens, 667
Thorpe (Sir T. E.) and Dr. H. T. Brown, "Original"
Specific Gravity of Beer, 150

Stephenson (L. W.), Exogyra from the Eastern Gulf Region Tiffeneau (M.), Comparison of Adrenalines and their

and the Carolines, 355

Stevenson (Mrs. M. C.), the Tewa Tribe, 275

Stewart (Dr. A), [Obituary], 597

Stewart (J. G.), Wrought Iron and Steel Tubes, 156
Stieler (K.), Venice, 45

St. John (C. E.), Anomalous Dispersion in the Sun, 17, 46
St. John (Dr.) and Mr. Babcock, the Pole Effect in the Iron
Arc, 628

Stoneman (Prof. B.), Plants and their Ways in South Africa,
New Edition, 698

Stopes (Dr. Marie C.), Stem-anatomy in Cycadeoidea, 111
Stout (Prof. G. F.) and B. Russell, the Theory of Judgment
as a Multiple Relation, 544

Strahan (Dr. A.), Pre-Glacial Wave-cut Platform, 242
Strangeways (T. S. P.), re-appointed Demonstrator of Phy-
siology at Cambridge, 304

Stratton (Dr.), Report of the U.S. Bureau of Standards,

1913-14, 277

Stromeyer (C. E.), the Age of the Earth, 259
Strömgren (Dr. E.), Mellish's Comet, 99

Strömgren (Prof. E.) and J. Braae, the Origin of Comets,

Strutt (Prof. the Hon. R. J.), Resonance of Sodium Vapour
in a Magnetic Field, 33, 305; Ultra-Violet Excitation
of the D Line of Sodium, 285, 370

Sturt (H.), the Principles of Understanding, 339
Sund (O.), Eryonicus-Polycheles, 372

Suter (H.), the Tertiary Mollusca of New Zealand, 460
Swann (Dr. W. F. G.), Atmospheric Electrical Observa-
tions, 682

Swasey (A.), Gift by, 54

Swinton (A. Campbell), a Galvanic Cell, 25

Swynnerton (C. F. M.), Form and Coloration in Plants and
Animals, 250

Takahashi, Beverages of the Far East, 571

Takeda (H.), New Japanese Mountain Plants, 215;
Japanese Primulas, 15

Tanner (Prof. H. W. Lloyd) [Death], 42; [Obituary], 70

Homologues, 581

Tilden (Sir W. A.), Poisonous Gases in Warfare and their
Antidotes, 395; Salaries of Assistant Chemists, 119
Tilley (F. W.), Disinfection of Hides, 516

Tillyard (R. J.), Wing-venation in Zygopterous Dragon-
flies, 722

Timbie (W. H.) and Prof. H. H. Higbie, Alternating-
current Electricity and its Applications to Industry, 586
Tinkler (Dr. C. K.), appointed Reader in Chemistry, 24;
Resignation of Lectureship, 138

Tinkler (Dr. C. K.) and Dr. F. Challenger, the Chemistry
of Petroleum and its Substitutes, 447
Tizzoni (G.), Infectious Nature of Pellagra, 167
Tizzoni (G.) and P. Perrucci, Immunising and Curative
Value of Antitetanic Serum, 529

Toch (Dr. M.), Colours of Old Masters, 45
Tokugawa (Y.), the Physiology of Pollen, 599
Todd (Prof. J. A.), the World's Cotton Crops, 697
Tommasina (Prof.), Contributions to Theoretical Physics,


Townsend (Prof. J. S.), Electricity in Gases, 611
Travers (J. A.) [Obituary], 401

Trelease (Dr. W.), the Agaveæ of Guatemala, 711
Tremearne (Major A. J. N.), a New Head-measurer, 402
Tripp (Dr. E. H.), the Dickson Centrifuge Process of
Sewage Treatment, 518

Trümpler (Dr. R.), Relative Proper Motions of the
Pleiades, 126

Tschugaeff (L.) and N. Wladimiroff, a New Series of Com-
pounds of Tetravalent Platinum, 529

Tucker (W. S.), Heats of Dilution of Concentrated Solu-
tions, 249

Tuckermann (Mrs. S. E. S.), Bequest to Amherst College,

Tufts (Prof.), the Ethics of States, 238

Tulloch (J. S.), Breeding Range of the Gannet, 682
Turner (Dr. A. J.), Lepidoptera of Ebor Scrub, N.S.W.,

Turner (Sir George) [Obituary], 71

Turner (Prof. H. H.), Discontinuities in Meteorological
Phenomena, 473

October 7, 1915

Turner (R. E.), New Fossorial Wasps, 55

Turner (Sir W.), Craniology of the People of Scotland, 665
Turner (Dr. W. E. S.), Molecular Association, 640
Tutton (Dr. A. E. H.), the Monoclinic Sulphates containing
Ammonium, 500; X-Rays and Crystals, 198
Tychonis Brahe Dani Opera Omnia, edited by Dr. J. L. E.
Dreyer, vol. i., 141

Tyrrell (J. B.), Algonquian Indian Names of Places in
Northern Canada, 570

Tyrrell (J. B.), elected President of the Geological Section
of the Royal Society of Canada, 432

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Vallot (J.), the Diathermic Power of Liquids, 694
Ventosa (V.), Occultation of 8 Scorpii by Jupiter (1876), 684
Venturi (Prof. A.) [Obituary], 183
Vernon (Dr. H. M.), appointed Lecturer in Chemical
Physiology, 53

Versfeld (W.), Geological Structure of Portions of German
South-west Africa, 461

Versfeld (Dr. W.) and G. F. Britten, Acanthosicyos hor-
rida, 685

Vevey (A. de), Sun Cures, 529

Victor-Jones (Rev. H.), the Protozoan Kerona, 403
Vilkitski, News of, 13

Villamil (Lt.-Col. R. De), Motions of Liquids, 337
Villey (J.), Radioscopic Localisation of Projectiles, 389
Vincent (H.), Experimental Vaccination against Cholera
Bacillus, 140

Vincent (H.) and M. Gaillard, Purification of Drinking
Water, 224

Viola (Dr. C.), Classification of Systems of Crystallography,

Vulpiani (Prof. C.), Mendel's Principles and the Atomic
Theory, 156

Wadsworth (J. T.), Aleochara bilineata, 688; Larvæ of an
Anthomyid Fly, 181

Wager (H.), Action of Light upon Chlorophyll, 26
Wagstaff (C. J. L.), a School Electricity, 257

Wahl (Prof. A.), translated by F. W. Atack, the Manu-
facture of Organic Dyestuffs, 532

Wait (W. E.), Birds in Ceylon, Distribution of, 78
Waite (H.), Finger-prints of Adult Males, 658
Walcott (Dr. C. D.), Bacteria in Petrified Algæ, 381;
Cambrian Geology and Palæontology: a Pre-Cambrian
Algonkian Algal Flora, 354; Fossil Bacteria in Ancient
Limestones, 270; Survey of Robson Peak District,
etc., 275; Geology of Canadian Rockies, 134; Sankia,

Waldheim (Dr. A. F. de), Celebration of the Jubilee of, 544
Waldstein (Dr. Louis) [Death], 180

Walker (F.), All about Zeppelins and other Enemy Aircraft,

Walker (G. W.), Forms of Nebulæ, 305

Walker (W. J.), the Magnetic Quality of Iron and Steel,

Wallace (W.), the Musical Faculty: its Origins and Pro-
cesses, 505

Wallich (V.), Suppuration in War Wounds, 693
Wallis (B. C.), the Teaching of Geography, 504
Walmsley (Dr. R. M.), the Supply of Optical Glass, 603
Warburton (C.), re-appointed Demonstrator in Medical
Entomology at Cambridge, 471

Ward (Prof. de Courcy), American Weather, 155; the
European Winter and the War, 461

Wardlaw (H. S. H.), Temperature of Echidna aculeata, 722
Warren (S. H.) and others, Late Glacial Stage of the Lea
Valley, 305

Waterhouse (G. A.) and G. Lyell, the Butterflies of Aus-



a Monograph of the Australian Rhopalocera,

Waterman (Dr. L. D.), Gift of 20,000l. to Indiana Uni-
versity, 471

Watkins-Pitchford (Dr.), Miners' Phthsis on the Rand, 685
Waugh (F. A.), Rural Improvement, 256
Watson (Prof. J. B.), Behavior:
Comparative Psychology, 85




Wayland (E. J.), Stone Implements from the Monapo
River, 569

Weinberg (M.), Gas Gangrene, 83

Welch (Prof. J. J.), Subdivision of Ships, 130
Welch (Prof. W. A.) and Dr. S. Flexner, Inspection of
Chinese Medical Schools and Hospitals, 678
Wellisch (Prof. E. M.), the Nature of Gas lons, 230
Welton (Prof. J.), What do we mean by Education?, 5
Wentworth (G.) and D. E. Smith, Plane Trigonometry and
Tables; Trigonometric and Logarithmic Tables, 62
West (T. D.) [Obituary], 568

Westell (W. P.), Some Bird Problems, 362
Weston (Rev. W.), the Alps of Japan, 401
Whalling (Mrs. L. L. O.), Bequests to Miami University
and Cincinnati Museum Association, 305
Wheldon (J. A.) and W. G. Travis, Lichens of South
Lancashire, 139

Wherry (E. T.), the Microspectroscope in Mineralogy, 436
Whitaker (H.), the Wonderland of California, 652
White (A. T.), Gift to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 622;
Gift to the Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, 362
White (D.), Resinous Casts in Palæozoic Coals, 355
White (Miss Dora F.), awarded the Pereira Medal, 297
White (Capt. S. A.), Re-discovery of the Chestnut-breasted
Whiteface, 435

White (Sir W.), Memorial Fund, 13

Whitmell (C. T.), the Green Flash, 35

Whittaker (Prof.), Functions Represented by the Expan-
sions of the Interpolation Theory, 529

Widal (Prof.), Prof. Chantemesse, and Dr. Vincent, awarded
the Osiris Prize, 401

Wieland (G. R.), Ozarkian Seaweeds and Oolites, 354;
the Williamsonian Tribe, 354

Wieland (G. R.) and M. G. Elkins, Cordaitean Wood from
the Indiana Black Shale, 354

Wilcockson (W. H.), awarded the Harkness Scholarship
in Geology and Palæontology at Cambridge, 470
Wilcox (Brigadier-Genl. T. E.), Exploration of the Great
Plateau of the Columbia, 545

Wilding (E.), Bird Migration, 508
Wilkman (W. W.), Later Shore-lines in Eastern Finland,

Wilks (W. A. R.), Estimation of Methyl Alcohol in the
Presence of Ethyl Alcohol, 548

Wilkinson (Prof. J. A.), the Profession of Pharmacy, 685
Wilkinson (O.), Home Life of the Kestrel, 624
Willett (W.) [Obituary], 42

Williams (H. E.), the Chemistry of Cyanogen Compounds
and their Manufacture and Estimation, 116
Williamson (E. B.), Neo-tropical Species of the Odonata,

Williamson (W.) and C. D. Soar, the Genus Lebertia of the
Hydrachnidæ, 569

Williston (Prof. S. W.), Water Reptiles of the Past and
Present, 3

Wills (G. A.) and H. H. Wills, Gift to Bristol University,
Williams-Freeman (Dr. J. P.), an Introduction to Fiela
Archæology as Illustrated by Hampshire, 430

Willows (Dr. R. S.) and E. Hatschek, Surface Tension
and Surface Energy and their Influence on Chemical
Phenomena, 506

Wilmot (E. H.), Report on the New Zealand Survey
Operations, 1913-14, 299

Wilson (Miss A.), Changes in Soils Produced by Heating,

Wilson (C. B.), the Lernæopodidæ, 303

Wilson (C. T. R.), elected to a Fellowship in Sidney Sussex
College, 470

Wilson (Prof.) and Prof. Hill, Egg of Ornithorynchus, 653
Wilson (Prof. E.), High Permeability in Iron, 416
Wilson (Prof. J.), Principles of Stock-breeding, 671;
Simplified Solutions of Mendelian Problems, 250
Wilson (Prof. J. Cook) [Obituary article], 677

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