Slike strani

Hungary, the State and Agriculture in, Dr. Ignatius
Darányi, 291

Huntington (Ellsworth), Explorations in Turkestan, with
an Account of the Basin of Eastern Persia and Sistan,

Hurst (C. C.), Mendelian Heredity in Rabbits, 209
Hurst (C.), Experiments on the Correlation of Sex, 332
Hussey (Prof.), Catalogue of New Double Stars, 90
Hutchins (D. E.), Tree Planting in South Africa, 138
Hutchinson (A.), Chemical Composition of Lengenbachite,

Hutton (Captain F. W., F.R.S.), Ancient Antarctica, 244
Hutton (R. S.), New Models of Laboratory Electric
Furnaces, 91; le Four Electrique: son Origine, ses
Transformations et ses Applications, Adolphe Minet, 267
Huygens (Christiaan), Euvres complètes de, 362

Hyades, Proper Motions of the, Prof. Donner, Profs.
Kapteyn and W. de Sitter, 436

Hydraulics: Essais d'Hydraulique souterraine et fluviale,
Edmond Maillet, 25; Water Jet Method of Applying the
Power carried by High-pressure Water, the Doble Needle
Regulating Nozzle, H. C. Crowell and G. C. D. Lenth,
42; Death and Obituary Notice of James Mansergh,
F.R.S., 181; Problems of the Panama Canal, Brig.-
General Henry L. Abbot, 394; Précis d'Hydraulique-
La Houille Blanche, Raymond Busquet, 427
Hydrography: Hydrographical and Biological Investi-
gations in Norwegian Fjords, O. Nordgaard, 45; Bathy-
metry, Deposits and Temperature of the South-western
Pacific, Sir John Murray, K.C.B., 391; Death of Sir
William Wharton, K.C.B., F.R.S., 563; Obituary Notice
of, 586

Hydrometer as a Seismometer, the, G. T. Bennett, 198;
C. V. Burton, 269

Hygiene a Study of the Process of Nitrification with
Reference to the Purification of Sewage, Dr. Harriette
Chick, 117; the Prevention of Senility, Sir James
Crichton Browne, F.R.S., 306; Method for the Steril-
isation of Drinking Water during a Campaign, Lieut.
Nesfield, 307; Bacteriological Standard of Purity of Milk,
Dr. Newman, 307; Physical Deterioration, Dr. Dawson
Williams, 331; Prof. R. J. Anderson, 331; W. D.
Spanton, 332; Mrs. F. M. Dickinson Berry, 332; In-
fluence of Environment on Physical Development,
William Hall, 331; the Sterilisation of Water in the
Field, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 431; Corr., 515; Report of
the Government Analyst of Trinidad, 462
Hymenoptera: Hymenopteren-Studien, W. A. Schulz, 7

Ice, the Formation of, and the Grained Structure of
Glaciers, Prof. G. Quincke, For. Mem. R.S., at Royal
Society, 543

Ice or Water, another Appeal to Induction from the
Scholastic Methods of Modern Geology, Sir Henry H.
Howorth, F.R.S., 553

Iceland, the Birds of, B. Hantzsch, 454

Iceland, the Færöes and, Studies in Island Life, N.
Annandale, 506

Ichthyology: the Sleep of Fishes, F. Davis, 133: Biology
of the Plaice, with Special Regard to the Danish Plaice
Fishery, Dr. A. C. Johansen, 139; New White Sturgeon,
Messrs. Forbes and Robinson, 156; New Type of Scom-
broid Fish from Argentine Waters, Chenogaster_holm-
bergi, F. Lahille, 348; Nesting Habits of Paradise, or
Rainbow, Fish (Polyacanthus opercularis), Dr. Waite,
348; Migrations and Growth of Plaice, A. Meek, 348;
Life-history of Hag-fishes or Myxinoids, Miss Worthing-
ton, 589; a Guide to the Study of Fishes, David Starr
Jordan, 625; Can Fish Hear? Dr. O. Körner, 638
Identification por las Impresiones digito-palmares (La
Dactiloscopia), Dr. Alberto Yvert, 628
Identification, Guide to Finger-print, Henry Faulds, Supp.
to October 19, iv

Ihlseng (M. C.), a Manual of Mining, 53
Ijima (Dr. I.), New Cestode Worm, 348
Image, the Latent, Prof. J. Joly, F.R.S., 308

Incandescence of Meteors, George A. Brown, 604; A. S. H.,

Index Phytochemicus, Drs. J. C. Ritsema and J. Sack, 603

S. P. James and Dr. W. G. Liston, Dr. J. W. W.
Stephens, 73; the Story of an Indian Upland, F. B.
Bradley-Birt, 105; an Indian Garden, Mrs. Henry Cooper
Eggar, Dr. Otto Stapf, 125; the Survey of India, 129;
Mineral Production of India, T. H. Holland, F.R.S.,
162; Introduction of a Standard Time on the Railways
of India, 181; Entrance Examination to the Indian Forest
Service, 274; the Fauna of British India, including
Ceylon and Burma, Butterflies, Lieut.-Colonel C. T.
Bingham, 200; Exploration of the Indian Ocean, A.
Sedgwick, F.R.S., 341; the Storm of July 22 and 24 at
Gujarat, 463: Plant Remains, A. C. Seward, 539;
Vertebrate Remains, Dr. A. S. Woodward, 539; Physical
Laboratories in Germany, Prof. G. W. Küchler's Report
to Director-General of Education in India, 605; Indigo
Planting and Synthetic Indigo, 637

Inertia, the Electromagnetic Theory of, 170

Infantile Mortality and Infants' Milk Depôts, G. F.
McCleary, 6

Ingle (H.), Nitrogen in Pretoria Rainfall, 643; Chemical
Constituents of Transvaal Soils, 643

Ingold (Edwin G.), Elementary Experimental Science, an
Introduction to the Study of Scientific Method, 317
Inheritance of Acquired Characters, the, W. Woods Smyth,

Injurious Insects, Report on the, and Other Animals
observed in the Midland Counties during 1904, Walter
E. Collinge, 340

Injurious Insects, the Spread of, Prof. T. D. A. Cockerell,

Innsbruck, International Meteorological Conference at, 510,

Inoculation, a Short Treatise on Anti-typhoid, Dr. A. E.
Wright, 122

Insanity: Manual of Psychiatry, J. R. de Fursac, 363
Insects: Insect Life, a Short Account of the Classification
and Habits of Insects, Fred. V. Theobald, 150: Report
on the Injurious Insects and Other Animals observed in
the Midland Counties during 1904, Walter E. Collinge,
340; the Spread of Injurious Insects, Prof. T. D. A.
Cockerell, 397

Institution of Mechanical Engineers, the, 212
Institution of Mining Engineers, 518
Institution of Naval Architects, 303

Insulation of Electric Machines, the, H. W. Turner and
H. M. Hobart, Prof. Ernest Wilson, 149

International Congress of Anatomists, First, 400

International Congress on Radiology and Ionisation, 611

International Congress on Tuberculosis, the, 581

International Meteorological Conference at Innsbruck, 510,

International Ornithological Congress, the Fourth, 177
International Union for Cooperation in Solar Research,
the, 490, 563

Inventor's Guide to Patent Law and the New Practice,
the, James Roberts, 53

Inverted Slab in a Cromlech, an, Edward Greenly, 152
Ionisation, International Congress on Radiology and, 611
Iowa, Clays and Clay Industries of, S. W. Beyer, G. W.
Bissell, I. A. Williams, J. B. Weems, and A. Marston,

Irby (Lieut.-Colonel L. H. L.), Death and Obituary Notice
of, 62

Ireland Dublin Royal Irish Academy, 23, 240, 359
Iron and Steel Institute, 68, 572

Iron and Steel, the Crystallisation of, an Introduction to
the Study of Metallography, Dr. J. W. Mellor, A.
McWilliam, 532

Irrigation Opening Address in Section G at the Meeting
of the British Association in South Africa, Colonel Sir
C. Scott Moncrieff, K.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., R.E., LL.D.,

Irving (Rev. A.), the Rigidity of the Earth's Interior, 8;
the Consolidation of the Earth, 79; the Romance of the
Nitrogen Atom, 151

Isenthal (Messrs. and Co.'s) Installation for the Produc-
tion of High-tension Electricity, 18; (1) Resonance In-
duction Coil and High Potential Apparatus, (2) Reson-
ance Electromagnet, 91

Islands for Weather Forecasting Purposes. Dr. William

14, 1905

Isometric Projection, Oblique and, John Watson, 629
Isomorphism and Thermal Properties of the Felspars, the,
Arthur L. Day and E. T. Allen, 258
Israélites, le Système des Poids, Mesures et Monnaies des,
d'après la Bible, B. P. Moors, 506

Jacquerod (Adrien), Compressibility of Different Gases
below Atmospheric Pressure, 119; Expansion and Density
of some Gases at High Temperatures, the Application
to the Determination of their Molecular Weights, 168
Jaegermann (Prof.), the Motion of the Tail of Borrelly's
Comet (1903 iv), 135

Jambunathan (N. S.), Social Spiders, 86

James (S. P.), a Monograph of the Anopheles Mosquitoes
of India, 73

Jamieson (T.), Science and Practice of Agriculture,
Farmer's Handbook, 325

Jamieson (W.), Graphs for Beginners, 533

Janssen (Prof.), French Observations of the Total Solar
Eclipse, 518; Further Results of the French Eclipse Ex-
peditions, 030

Japan: Medical and Surgical Ability of the Japanese, Sir
Frederick Treves, 38; Why Japan is Victorious, 128;
Pulse-rate and Atmospheric Pressure, T. Okada, 253; a
Magnetic Survey of Japan, Prof. A. Tanakadate, 580;
Methods of the Japanese Naval Medical Service, Surgeon-
General Suzuki, 589; Ancient Japanese Mathematics,
Prof. Harzer, 640

Japp (Dr. A. H.), Death of, 563

Japp (F. R.), a Condensation Product of Mandelonitrile, 71
Jasche (G. B.), Immanuel Kant's Logik, 396
Jaumann (Dr. G.), die Grundlagen der Bewegungslehre
von einem modernen Standpunkte aus, 51

Jeans (J. H.), the Dynamical Theory of Gases and of
Radiation, 101; Application of Statistical Mechanics to
the General Dynamics of Matter and Ether, 261; a
Comparison between Two Theories of Radiation, 293;
Cosmical Evolution, 591

Jebb (Sir Richard C., Litt.D., D.C.L., M.P.), Opening
Address in Section L at the Meeting of the British
Association in South Africa, University Education and
National Life, 545

Jennings (Prof. Herbert S.), Contributions to the Study of
the Behaviour of Lower Organisms, 3

Jervis-Smith (Rev. F. J., F.R.S.), the High-frequency
Electrical Treatment, 7

Jessop (C. M.), Geometrical Conics, 393

Joannis (A.), Action of Potassammonium upon Barium
Bromide, 71

Johansen (Dr. A. C.), Biology of the Plaice, with Special
Regard to the Danish Plaice Fishery, 139
Johnson (Rev. S. J.), Death of, 588

Johnson (S. N.), Note on the Boiling Points of Solutions,

Johnston (Colonel), Relation between Stonehenge, Old
Sarum, and Grovely Castle, 16

Johnston (Sir H. H., G.C.M.G., K.C.B.), the Masai, their
Language and Folklore, 83

Johnston (Sir H. H.), Criticisms of the Hon. Walter
Rothschild's Proposed Classification of the Anthropoid
Apes, 119

Johnston (J.), Tetramethylammonium Hydroxide, 239
Johnston (J. A. H.), the Intersection of Two Conic Sec-
tions, 95

Johnston (Captain W. J.), Trattato di Geodesia Teoretica,
Paolo Pizzetti, 242

Jolly (W. A.), Contributions to the Physiology of Mam-
malian Reproduction, part i., the Estrous Cycle in the
Dog. part ii., the Ovary as an Organ of Internal Secre-
tion, 358

Joly (Prof. Charles Jasper, F.R.S.), a Manual of
Quaternions, 121

Joly (Dr. J., F.R.S.), Suggested Use of Floating Break-
waters moored to the Bottom to Prevent the Silting up
of Harbours, 300; the Latent Image, 308

Jordan (David Starr), a Guide to the Study of Fishes, 625
Jørgensen (E.), the Protist Plankton and the Diatoms in
Bottom Samples, 45

Jottrand (F.), Method of cutting Metals by a Jet of Oxygen,

Jowett (H. A. D.), Synthesis of Substances Allied to
Epinephrine, 239

Julian (H. F.), Investigation of the Part played by Oxygen
in the Dissolution of Gold by Cyanide Solutions, 642
Julius (Prof.) Anomalous Dispersion and Flocculi,' 19;
Dutch Observations of the Corona, 303
Jupiter Observations of Jupiter, MM. Flammarion and
Benoit, 43; Brightness of Jupiter's Satellites, Prof.
Wendell, 66; Prof. W. de Sitter, 207; Observations of
Jupiter's Satellites, Profs. A. A. Nijland and J. van
d. Bilt, 567; Provisional Elements for Jupiter's Sixth
Satellite, Mr. Crommelin, 66; Jupiter's Sixth and Seventh
Satellites, Prof. Perrine, 135; Dr. Albrecht, 352; Dr.
Frank E. Ross, 352: Observations of Jupiter's Seventh
Satellite, Prof. Albrecht, 424; a Suspected Sudden Change
on Jupiter, Major Molesworth, 207; Observations of
Jupiter's Great Red Spot, Stanley Williams, 330; Eye-
estimates of the Transits of Jupiter's Spots, Rev.
T. E. R. Phillips, 518

Kangra Earthquake of April 4, 1905, the, T. H. Holland,
F.R.S., 428

Kant's (Immanuel) Logik, G. B. Jäsche, 396
Kapteyn (Prof.), Proper Motions of the Hyades, 436; Star
Streaming, 641

Kasner (Dr. Edward), Modern Concepts of Infinity fore-
seen by Galileo, 329

Kayser (Prof. H.), Handbuch der Spectroscopie, 627
Keith (Rev. Dr. J.), Death of, 384

Keltic Researches, E. W. B. Nicholson, 145
Kelvin (Lord), on the Kinetic and Statistical Equilibrium
of Ether in Ponderable Matter at any Temperature, 641
Kennedy (Dr. Alex. B. W., F.R.S.), the Academic Side of
Technical Training, 256

Kern (E. F.), the Lead Voltameter," 42

Kidston (R., F.R.S.), the Internal Structure of Sigillaria
elegans, 143; the Microsporangia of Lyginodendron, 262
Kieffer (l'Abbé J. J.), Monographie des Cynipides d'Europe
et d'Algérie, 455

Kimura (Mr.), Variations of Latitude, 437
Kingsmill (W.), the Position of Ophir, 491

Kirby (W. F.), Death and Obituary Notice of George
Bowdler Buckton, F.R.S., 587

Kittl (Ernst), Geologie der Umgebung von Sarajevo, 51
Klein (Dr. E., F.R.S.), a Treatise on Plague, Dr. W. J.
Simpson, 529

Kling (André), Acetol a Pseudo-acid, 72; Methyl-acetyl-
carbinol, 143

Klobb (T.), a Bivalent Phytosterine Alcohol, 239
Knecht (Prof. E.), Constituents of Manchester Soot, 167
Knott (Dr. C. G.), Influence of Cross Magnetisation on
the Relation between Resistance and Magnetisation in
Nickel, 392

Knowledge, the New, Robert Kennedy Duncan, 241
Knox (J.), a Condensation Product of Mandelonitrile, 71
Kny (Prof. L.), Perception in Plants, 278
Kohn-Abrest (M.), Different States of Oxidation
Aluminium Powder, 360


Konen (Dr.), Atlas of Emission Spectra of Most of the
Elements, 426

Körner (Dr. O.), Can Fish Hear? 638

Kossel (Prof.), the Infection of Man by Bovine Tubercle
Bacilli, 582

Kraemer (Mr.), Oligodynamical Action of Copper Foil on
Certain Intestinal Organisms, 462

Kreideformation, Neue Fische und Reptilien aus der
böhmischen, Prof. Dr. Anton Fritsch and Dr. Fr. Bayer,


Kreider (D. Albert), Special Form of Voltameter, 387
Kreusler (Dr. H.), Observations of D," in the Solar
Spectrum, 66

Kronthal (Dr. P.), Metaphysik in der Psychiatrie, 29
Küchler's (Prof. G. W.) Report to Director-General of
Education in India, Physical Laboratories in Germany,

Kultur der Menschheit, das Alter der wirtschaftlichen, ein
Rückblick und ein Ausblick, Ed. Hahn, 6

Kümmel (H. B.), Clays and Clay Industries of New Jersey,

Kuss (G.), Intra-organic Combustions Measured by the

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Laboratories Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry
for Beginners, Dr. A. F. Holleman, 28; Laboratory
Guide in Elementary Bacteriology, Dr. William Dodge
Frost, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 483; Physical Laboratories
in Germany, Prof. G. W. Küchler's Report to Director-
General of Education in India, 605; Report of the Prin-
cipal Chemist upon the Work of the Government Labor-
atory for the Year Ending March 31, 1903, 634
Lacroix (A.), Basic Magnesium Carbonates from the
Santorin Eruption of 1866, 95; the Earthquake at
Stromboli on September 8 and the Present State of the
Volcano, 624

Lahille (F.), New Type of Scombroid Fish from Argentine
Waters, Chenogaster holmbergi, 348

Lakes: die physikalischen Eigenschaften der Seen, Dr.
Otto, 316

Lamb (H.), Death of, 325

Lambert (P.), Absorption Spectrum of Manganous Salts,


Lampland (Mr.), Photographs of the Martian Canals, 302;
the North Polar Snow-cap on Mars, 1904-1905, 303;
Visibility of Faint Stars at the Lowell Observatory, 592
Lamson (Miss), Orbit of Comet 1905a, 66

Land (W. J. G.), Interesting Taxonomic Characters of
the Gymnospermous Genus Torreya, 133
Landrieu (Ph.), Thermochemistry of the Hydrazones, 392
Lang (W. R.), Interaction of Hydrogen Sulphide and
Sulphur Dioxide, 71

Langley (Dr. S. P.), Experiments with the Langley Aero-
drome, 645

Lankester (Prof. E. Ray, F.R.S.), Nature and Man,
Romanes Lecture at Oxford, 184

Larmor (Prof. J., F.R.S.), Scientific Correspondence of the
late Sir George Stokes, 29; the Mechanics of the Ascent
of Sap in Trees, Paper at Royal Society, 644
Latent Image, the, Prof. J. Joly, F.R.S., 308

Latins et Anglo-Saxons, Races supérieures et Races
inférieures, Prof. N. Colajanni, 533

Latitude, Variations of, Prof. T. Albrecht,
Kimura, 437; Mr. Nakano, 437

110; Mr.

Latter (Oswald H.), Notes on the Habits of Testacella,

Laubblätter, die Lichtsinnesorgane der, Dr. G. Haber-
landt, 323

Laumonier (Dr.), New Methods of Treatment, 122
Laveran (A.), Treatment of Trypanosomatous Disease
(Surra, Mbori) by Arsenious Acid and Trypan Red, 288
Lazarus der Begründer der Völkerpsychologie, Dr. Alfred
Leicht, 396

Le Bon (Dr. Gustave), l'Évolution de la Matière, 505
Le Chatelier (H.), High Temperature Measurements, 293
Leavitt (Miss), Variable Stars in the Small Magellanic
Cloud, 66; Star with a Large Proper Motion, 640
Lebeau (Paul), Physical Properties of Propane, 143
Lebeau (M.), Reactions between Fluorine and the Com-
pounds of Nitrogen and Oxygen, 183; Action of Fluorine
on some Compounds of Nitrogen, 206

Lecarme (Jean), State of Matter in the Neighbourhood of
the Critical Point, 360

Lechalas (Georges), Introduction à la Géometrie générale,
Lee (Gabriel W.), les Concrétions phosphatées de l'Agulhas
Bank (Cape of Good Hope), Dr. Leon W. Collet, avec
une Description de la Glauconie qu'elles renferment,

Lees (Dr. C. H.), Mathematical and Physical Science at
the British Association, 640

Lefevre (Jules), on the Development of Green Plants in
Light in the Complete Absence of Carbon Dioxide and
in an Artificial Soil containing Amides, 312
Léger (E.), Methylnatalemodine and Natalemodine, 143
Lehmann (Dr. W.), Ancient Drawings of Celestial Pheno-

Leibniz (G. W. v.), Neue Abhandlungen über den mensch-
lichen Verstand, 396

Leicht (Dr. Alfred), Lazarus der Begründer der Völker-
psychologie, 396

Leishman (Brevet Lieut.-Colonel), the Parasite of "Kala
Azar," 92

Leman, le, Monographie Limnologique, Prof. F. A. Forel,

Lenth (G. C. D.), Water Jet Method of applying the
Power carried by High-pressure Water, the Doble
Needle Regulating Nozzle, 42

Lepidoptera: Moths and Butterflies, Mary C. Dickerson,
76; Catalogue of the Lepidoptera Phalænæ in the British
Museum, Sir George F. Hampson, Bart., 174; Influence
de l'Alimentation et de l'Humidité sur la Variation des
Papillons, Arnold Pictet, F. Merrifield, 632

Lépine (R.), Distribution of Sugary Substances in Blood
between the Plasma and the Corpuscles, 311

Lesage (L.), Basicity of Pyranic Oxygen, 119; Halogen
Compounds of Dinaphthopyryl with Metals and Metal-
loids, 648

Lespineux (G.), Mineral Deposits of the Banks of the
Meuse, 236

Levi (M. G.), Part played by the Copper Salt in Deacon's
Process of preparing Chlorine from Hydrogen Chloride,

Lewis (Gilbert N.), Auto-catalytic Decomposition of Silver
Oxide under the Influence of Heat, 277; Decomposition
of Silver Oxide at High Temperatures, 350
Lexell, the Alleged Identity of Comets Brooks 1889 "*
and, Dr. Charles L. Poor, 19


Libert (Lucien), New Observatory in Algiers, 207
Liége Mining and Metallurgical Congress, the, 236
Light the Effects of Tropical Light on White Men, Major
Charles E. Woodruff, 172; Properties of Photographic
Plates Exposed to Light, L. H. Winn, 485
Light-perceiving Organs of Plants, the, Dr. G. Haber-
landt, 323

Light-variation of Saturn's Satellites, Dr. P. Guthnick, 611
Lightning, Flashes of, which Leave a Glow in their Wake,
Em. Touchet, 18

Liquid Air on the Thermoelectric Junction as a Means
of Determining the Lowest Temperatures, and on Liquid
Hydrogen and Air Calorimeters, Sir James Dewar at
Royal Society, 352

Limnology: Monographie Limnologique, le Leman, Prof.
F. A. Forel, 148; die physikalischen Eigenschaften der
Seen, Dr. Otto, 316
Lindgren (W.), Cripple Creek Gold Deposits in Colorado,

Linnean Society, 118, 166

Linnean Society, New South Wales, 47, 192, 312, 528, 552
Linton (A.), Rainfall in British East Africa, 500
Lippmann (G.), Photographs in Colour of the Spectrum,
Negative by Transmission, 167

Lister (J. J., F.R.S.), on the Dimorphism of the English
Species of Nummulites, and the Size of the Megalosphere
in Relation to that of the Microspheric and Megalospheric
Tests in this Genus, 188

Liston (Dr. W. G.), a Monograph of the Anopheles Mos-
quitoes of India, 73

Literature of the Celts, its History and Romance, the,
Magnus Maclean, 145

Little (Archibald), the Far East, 626

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Report on the Sani-
tation and Anti-malarial Measures in Practice in
Bathurst, Conakry, and Freetown, Prof. Rubert Boyce,
F.R.S., Arthur Evans, and H. Herbert Clarke, Prof.
R. T. Hewlett, 67

Liversidge (Prof. A.), the So-called Gold-coated Teeth in
Sheep, 504

Living Substances, the Critical Temperature and Pressure
of, Dr. F. J. Allen, 7

Lockyer (Sir Norman, K.C.B., F.R.S.), Notes on Stone-
henge, 32, 246, 270

Lockyer (Dr. William J. S.), Recent Spectroheliograph
Results, 9; Islands for Weather Forecasting Purposes,
III; Solar Changes and Weather, 129, 175; the Thames
Flow and British Pressure and Rainfall Changes, 178;

December 14, 1905.

Solar Eclipse, August 30, 457; the Solar Physics Observ-
atory Eclipse Expedition, 508

Locquin (R.), Action of Sodium on the Esters of the Fatty
Acids, 192

Lodge (Sir Oliver, F.R.S.), Use of Electric Valves for the
Production of High-tension Continuous Current, 90;
School Teaching and School Reform, 195; Electric
Phenomena, 629; Geometry of Position, 629

Lodge (Prof. Richard W.), Notes on Assaying and Metal-
lurgical Laboratory Experiments, 340
Lewy (M.), the Observatory of Paris, 495

Lomonósoff as a Natural Philosopher, B. N. Menshútkin,

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Londonderry (Lord), Higher Education in London, 70
Lord (Prof.), Radial Velocities of Thirty-one Stars, 110
Lorentz (Prof.), Messrs. Michelson and Morley's Experi-
ments on Ether, 566

Lost Double Star, a, Prof. Doolittle, 567

Love (Prof. A. E. H.), Stability of a Loaded Column, 95
Lovibond (Joseph W.), an Introduction to the Study of
Colour Phenomena, 603

Lowell (Mr.), Double Canals on Mars in 1903, 8q; Photo-
graphic Reality of the Martian Canals, 135; a Projection
on Mars, 279; Photographs of the Martian Canals, 302;
the North Polar Snow-cap on Mars, 1904-5, 303; the
Formation of the New North Polar Cap on Mars, 352:
Water Vapour in the Martian Atmosphere, 465: Visi-
bility of Faint Stars at the Lowell Observatory, 592
Lowry (Dr. T. Martin), Application to Electrolytes of the
Hydrate Theory of Solutions, 142

Lubimenko (W.), Sensibility of the Chlorophyll Apparatus
in Ombrophobe and Ombrophile Plants, 576
Lucas-Championnière (J.), the Treatment of Bone Fractures
by Movement, 288

Luciani (Dr. Luigi), Physiologie des Menschen, Supp. to
October 19, X

Luizet (M.), Periods of the Variable Stars S Sagittæ and
Y Ophiuchi, 330

Lull (Prof. R. S.), Restoration of Huge Miocene American
Perissodactyle of Genus Megacerops, 348

Lumholtz (Dr. Carl), Decorative Art of the Huichol
Indians, 260

Luminosity and Colour, Dr. F. W. Edridge-Green, 222
Lyons Captain H. G.), Rainfall of the Nile Basin in 1904,
88: Summary of the Dimensions of the Nile and its
Basin, 349

Larid Meteors, Real Paths of, Mr. Denning, 465

Macallum (Prof. A. B.), Nature of the Silver Reaction in
Animal and Vegetable Tissues, 188

M'Alpine (A. N.), the Seeding of Pastures, 328
McCleary (G. F.), Infantile Mortality and Infants' Milk
Depôts, 6

McClelland (Prof. J. A.), Relation between the Atomic
Structure and Secondary Radiating Power of Substances,

Macdonald (Prof. J. S.), Structure and Function of Nerve
Fibres, 189

MacDowall (Alex. B.), a Relation between Spring and
Summer, 56

Machine Construction and Drawing, Frank Castle, 533
Machinery for Handling Raw Material, G. F. Zimmer, 290
McKendrick (Prof. John G., F.R.S.), a Collection of
Papers communicated to the Academy of Sciences, with
Additional Notes and Instructions for the Construction
of Phosphorescent Screens, Prof. R. Blondlot, 195;
Action of Radium Bromide on the Electromotive Pheno-
mena of the Eyeball of the Frog, 287

Maclaren (J. Malcolm), Geology of Upper Assam, 108
Maclean (Magnus), the Literature of the Celts, its History
and Romance, 145

McLeod (Prof. C.), Records of Differences of Temperature
between McGill College Observatory and the Top of
Mount Royal, Montreal, 328

McMurry (L. B.), Nature-study Lessons for Primary
Grades, 483
McWilliam (A.), Thermal Transformations of Carbon
Steels, 572; the Crystallisation of Iron and Steei, an
Introduction to the Study of Metallography, Dr. J. W.
Mellor, 532

Magellanic Cloud, Variable Stars in the Small, Miss
Leavitt, 66

Magnetism Magnetic and Electric Properties of Sheet
Steel and Steel Castings, G. Dillner and A. F. Enström,
69; Second Stage Magnetism and Electricity, Dr. R.
Wallace Stewart, 77; Effects of Foucault Currents and
the Hysteresis of Iron on Oscillatory Sparks, G. A.
Hemsalech, 95; Magnetic Quality of a Boschovichian
Assemblage of Molecular Magnets, Dr. W. Peddie, 167;
Magnetic Qualities of some Alloys, Prof. J. A. Fleming,
F.R.S., and R. A. Hadfield, 190; Influence of Concen-
tration on the Magnetic Properties of Solutions of Cobalt,
P. Vaillant, 216; Magneto-optics of Sodium Vapour and
the Rotatory Dispersion Formula, Prof. R. W. Wood,
286; Magnetic Properties of Demagnetised and Annealed
Iron, James Russell, 287; Proposed Magnetic and Allied
Observations during the Total Solar Eclipse on August
30, Dr. L. A. Bauer, 342; Influence of Cross Magnet-
isation on the Relation between Resistance and
Magnetisation in Nickel, Dr. C. G. Knott, 392; Mag-
netic Double Refraction, New Active Liquids, A. Cotton
and H. Mouton, 392; a Magnetic Survey of Japan, Prof.
A. Tanakadate, 580; Studien ueber Hautelektricität und
Hautmagnetismus des Menschen, Dr. Erik Harnack,
Dr. George J. Burch, F.R.S., 602

Maiden (J. H.), a Critical Revision of the Genus Euca-
lyptus, 6; Eucalypts of the Blue Mountains, N.S.W.,
Mailhe (A.), Reduction of Aldoximes, 239; Synthesis of the
Three Tertiary Dimethylcyclohexanols and of the Hydro-
carbons connected with Them, 263; Hydrogenation of the
Ketoximes, a Synthesis of New Amines, 288; Catalytic
Decomposition of Monochlor-derivatives of Methane
Hydrocarbons in Contact with Anhydrous Metallic
Chlorides, 336; a Secondary Reaction of the Halogen
Organo-magnesium Compounds, 359

Maillet (Edmond), Essais d'Hydraulique souterraine et
fluviale, 25
Malaria Report on the Sanitation and Anti-malarial
Measures in Practice in Bathurst, Conakry, and Free-
town, Prof. Rubert Boyce, F.R.S., Arthur Evans, and
H. Herbert Clarke, Prof. R. T. Hewlett, 67; the Possi-
bility of reducing Mosquitoes, Major Ronald Ross,
F.R.S., 151; Anti-malaria Measures in Malay States, 252
Malfitano (G.), Physical Units of Albuminoid Material, and
on the Part played by Lime in its Coagulation, 528
Mallock (A., F.R.S.), Clock and Chronometer by Thomas
Mudge, 91

Mallock (W. H.), Attacks on Science, 516

Man, Nature and, Romanes Lecture at Oxford, Prof. E.
Ray Lankester, F.R.S., 184

Man, Nature and, Prof. John Perry, F.R.S., 199
Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, 167, 624,

Mansergh (James, F.R.S.), Death and Obituary Notice of,

Manson (Mr.), Recent Positions of Eros, 207
Maquenne (L.), Potatce Starch, 95; the Absolute Desicca-
tion of Vegetable Products, 648
Marcuse (Dr. Adolf), Handbuch der geographischen Ort-
bestimmung für Geographen und Forschungsreisende,

Marie (A.), Toxic Extract from the Cerebral Substance,


Marie (C.), Electrolytic Reduction of the Nitrocinnamic
Acids, 71

Marine Biology: Influence of the Humboldt Current on the
Marine Life West of Callao, Prof. Alexander Agassiz,
17: Hydrographical and Biological Investigations in
Norwegian Fjords, O. Nordgaard, 45; the Protist Plankton
and the Diatoms in Bottom Samples, E. Jørgensen, 45;
Schizopoda captured in the Bay of Biscay, E. W. L.
Holt and W. M. Tattersall, 118; the Coral Siderastraea
radians and its Post-larval Development, Dr. J. E.
Duerden, 185; Medusa found in the Firth of Clyde, E. T.

Browne, 191; Free-swimming Crustacea found in the
Firth of Clyde, Dr. T. Scott, 191; les Sarcodinés des
Grands Lacs, Eugène Penard, 218; les Concrétions
phosphatées de l'Agulhas Bank (Cape. of Good Hope),
Dr. Leon W. Collet, avec une Description de la Glau-
conie qu'elles renferment, Gabriel W. Lee, 286-7;
Alcyonarians of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedi-
tion, Prof. J. A. Thomson and James Ritchie, 287; Ex-
ploration of the Indian Ocean, A. Sedgwick, F.R.S.,
341; Four New Barnacles from the Neighbourhood of
Java, Dr. N. Annandale, 360; the Millport Marine
Station, S. Pace, 456; Morphology of the Madreporaria,
the "Fossula of the Extinct Rugose Corals, Dr. J. E.
Duerden, 515; the Percy Sladen Expedition in H.M.S.
Sealark, the Chagos Archipelago, J. Stanley Gardiner,


Marine Engines and Boilers, their Design and Construc-
tion, Dr. G. Bauer, 453

Marmorek (Dr.), Results Obtained by Treatment, 583
Marriner (W. W.), Influence of the Depth of Water on
Speed, 303

Marro (Attilio), Manuale dell'Ingegnere Elettricista, 243
Mars: the Planet Mars, Mr. Wesley, 388; Mr. Denning,
388; Major Molesworth, 388; Double Canals " on
Mars in 1903, Mr. Lowell, 89; Photographic Reality of
the Martian Canals, Mr. Lowell, 135; Photographs of
the Martian Canals, Mr. Lampland, 302; Mr. Lowell,
302; the Formation of the Martian Snow-caps, Prof.
W. H. Pickering, 255; the North Polar Snow-cap on
Mars, 1904-5, Messrs. Lowell and Lampland, 303; the
Formation of the New North Polar Cap on Mars, Mr.
Lowell, 352; a Projection on Mars, Mr. Lowell, 279;
Water Vapour in the Martian Atmosphere, Mr. Lowell,
465; Mr. Slipher, 465

Marshall (Dr. F. H. A.), Contributions to the Physiology of
Mammalian Reproduction, part ., the Estrous Cycle
in the Dog, part ii., the Ovary as an Organ of Internal
Secretion, 358; the Celtic Pony, 558

Marshall (Dr. P.), Geology of Dunedin (New Zealand), 118
Marston (A.), Clays and Clay Industries of Iowa, 388
Martin (Arthur J.), the Sewage Problem, 97

Martin (Hilda P.), the Effect of Radium on the Strength
of Threads, 365

Martine (C.), on the Menthones and Menthols obtained
by the Reduction of Pulegone by the Catalytic Action of
Reduced Nickel, 95

Martinique, the Tower of Pelée, New Studies of the Great
Volcano of, Prof. Angelo Heilprin, 101

Martinsen (M.), Chloride and Bromide of Thorium, 167
Maryland, Relation of the Miocene of, to that of other
Regions and to the Recent Fauna, W. H. Dall, 162
Masai, the, their Language and Folklore, A. C. Hollis,
Sir H. H. Johnston, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., 83
Mascari (Prof.), Observations of Prominences on the Sun's
Limb, 158; the Solar Activity, January-June, 518
Mascart (M.), Earthquake of April 29, 47
Mass, the Measurement of, Dr. W. Hampson, 8
Massart (Prof. Jean), Death and Obituary Notice of Prof.
Leo Errera, 537

Material, the Mechanical Handling of, G. F. Zimmer, 290
Mathematics: Elements of the Differential and Integral
Calculus, William Anthony Granville, Prof. George M.
Minchin, F.R.S., 26; the Elements of the Differential and
Integral Calculus, D. F. Campbell, 126; Modern Algebra,
A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 30; Death of Prof. L. Warren, 38;
a New Slide Rule, Messrs. John Davis and Son, 45, 102;
Fictitious Problems in Mathematics, An Old Average
College Don, 56; the Reviewer, 56; A. B. Basset,
F.R.S., 78; Dr. E. J. Routh, F.R.S., 78, 127; C. B.
Clarke, F.R.S., 102; Prof. G. H. Bryan, F.R.S., 102, 175;
Principien der Metaphysik, Dr. Branislav Petronievics,
75; an Introduction to Projective Geometry, and its
Applications, Dr. Arnold Emch, 77; Verb Functions,
with Notes on the Solution of Equations by Operative
Division, Prof. Ronald Ross, F.R.S., 88; the Inter-
section of Two Conic Sections, J. A. H. Johnston, 95;
High Pellian Factorisation, Lieut.-Colonel A. Cunning-
ham, 95; Stability of a Loaded Column, Prof. A. E. H.
Love, 95: Mathematical Society, 95, 190; Introductory
Mathematics, R. B. Morgan, 101; a Manual of

December 14, 1905

an Introduction to Elementary Statics (Treated
Graphically), R. Nettell, 126; a Preparatory Course in
Geometry, W. P. Workman and A. G. Cracknell, 150;
Radial Area-scale, R. W. R. Edwards, 150; Mathe-
matische Einfuhrung in die Elektronentheorie, Dr. A. H.
Bucherer, Dr. Harold A. Wilson, 170; a Class of Many-
valued Functions defined by a Definite Integral, G. H.
Hardy, 190; Conditions of Rudicibility of any Group of
Linear Substitutions, Prof. W. Burnside, 190; Criteria
for the Finiteness of Order of a Group of Linear Sub-
stitutions, Prof. W. Burnside, 190; the Problem of the
Random Walk, Prof. Karl Pearson, F.R.S., 294, 342;
the Right Hon. Lord Rayleigh, O.M., F.R.S., 318;
Graphical Solution of Cubic and Quartic Equations,
H. Ivah Thomsen, 295; la Philosophie naturelle in-
tégrale et les Rudiments des Sciences exactes, Dr. A.
Rist, 313; Étude sur le Développement des Méthodes
géometriques, Gaston Darboux, 313; sur le Développe-
ment de l'Analyse et ses Rapports avec diverses Sciences,
Emile Picard, 313; Introduction à la Géométrie générale,
Georges Lechalas, 313: Introduction à la Théorie des
Fonctions d'une Variable, Jules Tannery, 313; Corre-
spondance d'Hermite et de Stieltjes, 313; Modern Con-
cepts of Infinity foreseen by Galileo, Dr. Edward Kasner,
329: Two-foot Rule designed by Mr. Scott, 329; Manuel
Pratique de Cinématique navale et maritime, Captain
Leon Vidal, Sir W. H. White, K.C.B., F.R.S., 361;
Œuvres complètes de Christiaan Huygens, 362; Mathe-
matical Recreations and Essays, W. W. Rouse Ball, 364 ;
Curious French and German Poetical Tributes to
Archimedes, 38: Rhymes on the Value of F.R.S..
558; #, 631; the Theorems of Padre Gerolamo Saccheri
on the Sum of the Angles of a Triangle, Dr. Roberto
Bonola, 387; Interesting Application of the Mathematical
Theory of Elasticity, Prof. Vito Volterra, 387; Easy
Graphs, H. S. Hall, 393; the Rudiments of Practical
Mathematics, A. Consterdine and A. Barnes, 393:
Elementary Practical Mathematics, H. A. Stern and
W. H. Topham, 393; a First Algebra, W. M. Baker
and A. A. Bourne, 393; Algebraical Grounding, D. E.
Shorto, 393: Examples in Algebra, Charles M. Clay,
393: Geometrical Conics, G. W. Caunt and C. M.
Jessop, 393; Einführung in die Vektoranalysis mit
Anwendungen auf die mathematische Physik,
Richard Gans, 483: on the Class of Cubic Surfaces,
A. B. Basset, F.R.S., 484; a Note-book of Experimental
Mathematics, C. Godfrey and G. M. Bell, 507; Graphs
for Beginners, W. Jamieson, 533; Mathematical and
Physical Papers by the late Sir George Gabriel Stokes,
Bart., 555; a Text-book of Chemical Arithmetic, Horace
L. Wells, 556; Examples in Arithmetic, C. O. Tuckey,
580 the Primary Arithmetic, 580; Oblique and Isometric
Projection, John Watson, 629: on the Traversing of
Geometrical Figures, J. Cook Wilson, Supp. to October
19, vi


Mathews (F. Schuyler), Field Book of Wild Birds and
their Music, 602

Mathot (R.), Large Gas-engines, 213

Matière, l'Évolution de la, Dr. Gustave Le Bon, 505
Matignon (Camille), Preparation of Anhydrous Chlorides
of the Metals of the Rare Earths, 47; Chemical Proper-
ties of the Anhydrous Chloride of Neodymium, 216
Matsubara (K.), Preparation of Terpenes and Related Sub-
stances, 23

Matter, Electrons and, Prof. C. H. Wind, 574

Maudsley (Dr. Henry), Medicine, Present and Prospective,

Maxwell (Sir Herbert, Bart., F.R.S.), a Rare Game Bird,

Maxwell's Theory and Wireless Telegraphy, H. Poincaré
and F. K. Vreeland, Maurice Solomon, 99
May (Dr. Oscar), Death of, 514

Measurement of Mass, the, Dr. W. Hampson, 8
Mechanics: Mechanism, Prof. S. Dunkerley, 4; die Grund-
lagen der Bewegungslehre von einem modernen Stand-
punkte aus. Dr. G. Jaumann, 51: the Institution of
Mechanical Engineers, 212; Application of Statistical
Mechanics to the General Dynamics of Matter and Ether,
J. H. Jeans, 261; the Mechanical Handling of Material,
G. F. Zimmer, 200; Device for Illustrating the Super-

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