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Technical Paper No. 304—Water-Gas Tar Emulsions. By W. W. Odell. Technical Paper No. 302—Leaching Nonsulphide Copper Ores with Sulphur
Dioxide. By C. E. van Barnevel. Technical Paper No. 262—Certain Interfacial Tension Equilibria Important in
Flotation. By W. H. Coghill and Carl O. Anderson, Technical Paper No. 274–Efficiencies in the Use of Bituminous Coking Coal as
Water-Gas Generator Fuel. By W. W. Odell. Technical Paper No. 289—Change Houses in the Lake Superior Region. By
Cleve E. Kindall. Technical Paper No. 310_Recovery of Gasoline from Uncondensed Still
Vapors. By D. B. Dow. Technical Paper No. 319—Methods of Decreasing Evaporation Losses of
Petroleum. By J. H. Wiggins, Report of Investigations : Serial No. 2510—The Use of Highly Volatile Natural-Gas Gasoline as a
Refrigerant.-By L. D. Wyant. Serial No. 2511–Survey of Pacific Coast Petroleum Products. Part 3-Burn
ing and Fuel Oils.-By Earl C. Lane and N. F. LeJeune. Serial No. 2512—Graphite for Steel-Melting Crucibles.-By R. T. Stull and
G. A. Bole. Serial No. 2513—Preparation and Detonating Properties of Cyanuric Tria
zide.—By C. A. Taylor and Wm. H. Rinkenbach. Serial No. 2514—Explosives used in June, 1923.-By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2515—The Concordia Type RM 6-0.d. Electric Cap Lamp, Approval
No. 19.—By L. C. Ilsley and A. B. Hooker. Serial No. 2516—Coal-Mine Fatalities in July, 1923.--By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2517—Comparative Engine Tests with Crude, Acid-Refined, and
Silica-Gel Refined Motor-Benzol.-By A. C. Fieldner and G. W. Jones. Serial No. 2518-Forms of Sulphur in Steamed Coke and their Action in the
Blast Furnace.-By John II. Thompson. Serial No. 2519_-Anthracite Substitutes.-By O. P. Hood. Serial No. 2520-Fuels Available for Domestic l'se as Substitutes for Anthra
cite ('oal.—By Rudolph Kudlich. Serial No. 2521–Oxygen-Oil Explosions.—By J. J. Jakowsky and E. W.
Butzler. Serial No. 2522—Explosives Used in July, 1923.-By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2523—Additions, Removals and Changes in Permissible List of
Explosives from January 1, 1923, to August 31, 1923.-By J. E. Crawshaw. Serial No. 2524—Progress in Blast-Furnace Research.—By P. H. Royster,
T. L.. Joseph, and S. P. Kinney. Serial No. 2525—Eighth Semi-Annual Motor Gasoline Survey.-By N. F.
LeJeune and H. M. Smith. Serial No. 2526-Strength and Sensitiveness of TNT as Determined by the
Laboratory. “Sand-Test” Bomb.-By C. A. Taylor and R. D. Leitch. Serial No. 2527—Air Measurement Methods for Experimental Work on Fan
Pipe Installations.-By G. E. McElroy and A. S. Richardson. Serial No. 2528–The Transportation of Explosives in and about Mines.—By
L. C. Ilsley. Serial No. 2529—Coal-Mine Fatalities in August, 1923.—By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2530-Lifting Costs at Oil Well Properties.—By H. C. George. Serial No. 2531—Effect of Cooling Systems on Evaporation Losses of Gasoline.
-By Ludwig Schmidt. Serial No. 2532–Drilling and Broaching in Slate Quarries.—By Oliver Bowles. Serial No. 2533—The Preparation and Properties of Normal Lead Trinitro
resorcinate.—By C. A. Taylor and W. H. Rinkenbach. Serial No. 2534–Bibliography of Magnesian Cements.—By G. H. West, R. L.
Sebastian and W. A. Darrow. Serial No. 2535—Who Pays for the Accidents?-By Richard V. Ageton. Serial No. 2530-Explosives Used in August, 1923.-By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2537—Relation of Operating Practice to Composition of Light Oil
from Carbureted Water Gas.—By R. L. Brown, E. F. Pohlman, and H. G.
Berger. Serial No. 2538_Coal-Mine Fatalities in September, 1923.-By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2539–Carbon-Monoxide Ilazards from Tobacco Smoke.—By G. W.
Jones, W. P. Yant, and L. B. Berger. Serial No. 2540_Friction Factors for Fan-Piping used in Mine Ventilation.
By G. E. McElroy and A. S. Richardson. Serial No. 2541—Electrical Safety Inspection; Suggestions for Mine-Safety
Engineers.—By L. C. Ilsley. Serial No. 2542–Graphites for Brass-Melting Crucibles.-By R. T. Stull and
L. E. Geyer. Serial No. 2543—Explosives Used in September, 1923.—By W. W. Adams. Serial No. 2544—Lead-Zinc Separation by Volatilization.-By G. L. Oldright. Serial No. 2345—Determination of the Fineness of Powdered Coal.-By W. A.
Selvig and W. L. Parker. Serial No. 2546—Mine Timber in Pennsylvania Coal Mines.-By Harry E.
Tufft. Serial No. 2547-A Floating Roof for Oil Tanks.--By Ludwig Schmidt. Serial No. 2548—Solubility of Finely Divided Rock Dusts in Water, Kerosene,
and Alcohol.-By W. M. Myers. Serial No. 2549_Coal-Mine Fatalities in October, 1923.-By W. W. Adams. Smithsonian Institution :
The Foraminifera of the Atlantic Ocean.-By J. A. Cushman.
The History of the Electric Light.-By Henry Schroeder. Library of Congress :
Report of the Librarian for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1923.
Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, 1923. Parts I, II and III. Director of the Mint:
Annual Report for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1923. Federal Power Commission :
Third Annual Report for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1923.
By J. H. Wingard.
Extract A from Bulletin No. 27.
Analysis of Illinois ('oals. By G. W. llawley.
Bulletin No. 5—Elk City Gas Field. By Chas. W. Boughton.
Part 1-General Geology of Oil and Gas. By R. C. Moore.
Part VI-Wilson and Montgomery Cos. By C. W. Boughton.
Emmett R. Elledge. Kentucky Geological Survey :
Building Stones of Kentucky. By C. H. Richardson.
Fluorspar Deposits of Kentucky. By Louis W. Currier. Michigan, Geological Survey Division : Production and Value of Mineral Products
in Michigan for 1921 and Prior Years. Pennsylvania, Department of Forests and Waters :
Bulletin No. 79—Tidioute Oil Pool, Warren Co., Pa. By Meredith E. Johnson. Bulletin No. 80%Coal Beds in Northern Somerset Co., Pa. By James D.
Sisler. Tennessee, Division of Geology : Bulletin No. 30--A Study of the Smaller Unde
veloped Water Powers of Tennessee. By J. A. Switzer, Hydraulic Engineer. Washington, State of, Division of Geology : Bulletin No. 28—Geological Investiga
tion of the Coal Fields of Western Whatcom County, Washington. By Olai
By R. Lockhard Jack.
Index to the Transactions, Proceedings and Reports, Vols. XXV-XLIV. Woods and Forests Department: Annual Progress Report upon State Forest
Administration in South Australia.
By A. 0. llaves and W. A. Bell.
1916. By F. J. Nicholas. Summary Report, 1922, Part B.
Summary Report, 1922, Part C. China : Reprint from Far Eastern Review, “Gold-Ore Deposits of the Linglung.
shan Region, Tsaoyuen, Shantung, China." By Y. Tsenshan Wang. Japan : Imperial Geological Survey : Report No. 88–Landslides at Minowamura in the Prefecture of Ful Fuku
shima. By Rokuro Kimura, Geologist. Report No. 89—The Geology and Mineral Deposits of British East Africa.
By Kyukichi Watanabe, Geologist. Explanatory Text of the Geological Map of Japan. By Tsutomu Ogura. Mexico, Instituto Geologico de: Boletin Num. 42—Algunas Faunas Cretacicas de
Zacatecas, Durango y Guerrero. By Dr. E. Bose.
Vol. XXXI, Part X, 1922.
Geology of the Watabeag Area. By Douglas G. II. Wright.
Department of Mines : Annual Report of the Under Secretary for Mines in 1922. Geological Survey : Publication No. 273— Mesozoic Insects of Queensland. By
R. J. Tillyard and B. Dunstan. Spain, Real Academia de Ciencias Artes, Barcelona : Vol. XVII, Num. 23
Correccion Bacteriologica del Agua de Bebida por Medio de los Hipocloritos
Alcinos y por El Cloro Liquido. By M. Itre et al. Transvaal, Chamber of Mines: Monthly Analyses of Gold Production in the Trans
vaal, July, August September, October, November, Victoria, Department of Mines : Memoir No. 14–The Ballarat Goldfield, with Plates and Figures. By W.
Baragwanath. Memoir No. 48—The Morning Star, Victorian Al, New Loch Fyne, and Start
of the West Mines, Woods Point District. By II, S. Whitelaw.
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Proceedings of, Vol. XII, No. 26. Colorado Scientific Society :
Engineering Features of the Moffat Tunnel. By D. W. Brunton. Institution of Mining and Metallurgy:
Transactions of, Thirty-first Session, 1921–1922, Vol. XXXI.
Bulletin for October. Mining and Metallurgical Society of America : Bulletin No. 165—Special Report
on Supply, Consumption and Stocks of Petroleum (Crude and Refined) in
the United States. Bulletin No. 162—Reports of the Sub-Committees on Petroleum, Chrome and
Graphite in Connection with the Committee on Foreign and Domestic Mining Policy.
University of California : Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences :
Clarke and Ralph Arnold— With a Description of a New Coral by T. Way
land Vaugn. Vol. 14, No. 6—The San Lorenzo Group of the San Emigdio Region, Cali
fornia. By C. M. Wagner and Karl II. Schilling. Vol. 14, No. 7-Revision of the Rimella-Like Gastropods from the West Coast
of North America. By Bruce L. Clarke and Dorothy Kemper Palmer. Vol. 14, No. 8-A Fauna from the Middle Eocene Shales near Vacavilla, Cali
fornia. By Dorothy Palmer. Vol. 14, No. 9—Some Eocene Foraminifera near Vacaville, California. By
G. Dallas Hanna. Vol. 14 No. 10—Basin Range Structure in the Great Basin. By George D.
Louderback. Vol. 14, No. 11–Some New Forms of West Coast Fossil Echinoidea. By
Merle C. Israelsky. Vol. 14, No. 12—Alticamelus Alexandrae, A New Camel from the Barstow
Upper Miocene of the Mojave Desert. By Pirie Davidson. University of Montana : Bulletin No. 5—The Location, Representation and
Patenting of Mineral Lands in Montana. Prospecting and Leasing of Coal,
Oil, Oil Shale, Gas, Phosphate and Sodium Deposits. By A. E. Adami. University of New Mexico, State: Bulletin No. 114—Tables for Determining
Common Minerals and Rocks. By Robert W. Ellis. New York State Museum Bulletin 249–250—The Magnetite Iron Ore Deposits of
Southeastern New York. By R. J. Colony.
The Big Sandy Valley. By W. R. Jillson.
Inglewood, Cal., Quadrangle.
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rangle, Fresno Co., Cal.
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