Monthly list of publications

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Monthly list of publications
Physical Description:
v. : ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
Publisher:
The Department
Place of Publication:
Washington
Creation Date:
March 1916
Publication Date:
Frequency:
monthly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Agriculture -- Bibliography -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre:
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
bibliography   ( marcgt )
catalog   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Publications.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-Oct. 1944.
General Note:
Description based on: Jan. 1897; title from caption.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 004892132
oclc - 01550948
lccn - agr09001414
sobekcm - AA00005314_00005
Classification:
lcc - Z5075.U5 U58
ddc - 016.3381
System ID:
AA00005314:00005

Related Items

Succeeded by:
Monthly list of publications and motion pictures

Full Text



i ir1a ..~ ar'w ll to all who apply for it.



r.HINGTO-, D. C., March 31, t8916.
iS MONTHLY PUBLICATIONS.
[March, 1916.]


HOW TO SECURE PUBLICATIONS.
: ofSay. : ir of the publications listed herein, including those with price ."
sexept the Journal of Agricultural Research, Experiment Station
dt publications of the Weather Bureau, may be obtained free upon
to the Editor and Chief of the Division of Publications, United
mnt of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, as long as the depart-
lasts.
..te department's supply of the publications listed below is exhausted, *
b h oiis Jof which the price is indicated can still be obtained from 4
tt of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
p lchase only, and at the prices noted herein.
ttances to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office
'i the Department of Agriculture.


I,|W *:3 3;sL' BULLETINS.-FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION.
1ted:4or Parmerts Bulletins for the reason that the department's supply of
tl lenis'i ornarily sufficient to make it possible to send them free to all

lp Improvement of the Wood Lot. By C. R. Tillotson, Forest Ex- 4
ri P.. 24, figs. 6. Contribution trom the Forest Service. Mar. 23,
aTatrmers Bulletin 711.)
6lot general distribution. '
S..e. 1By Caroline L. Hunt, Assistant in Home Economics, States
Be Service, and Mabel Ward, Late Director of Home Science, Missis- ."
.I tlna:strial institute and College. Pp. 27. Contribution from the
.E.Btioons Service. Mar. 17, 1916. (Farmers' Bulletin 712.) -
"ii::.'. eda interest to housekeepers throughout the country, particularly those .
H. of schoor age.
seas By L. L. Harter, Pathologist, Cotton and Truck Dis-
SPp. 26, figs. 21. Cont:ibution from the Bureau of
9.d4str. Mar. 11, 1916. (Farmers'Bulletin 714.)
teqltt..t~ D growers f sweet potatoes in the Eastern, Southern, Middle West- i
we t States.
7N o C l. Nre. By Caroline L. Hunt, Scientific Assistant, Office of
'jmaics. Pp. 20, figs. 4. Contribution from the States Relations *
4 1 1,' .6 (Farmers' Bulletin 717.)
3 ....:.adted to. th Usee of mothers Who wish some simple and short d sson

: DEPARTMENT BULLETINS '-TECHNICAL. .
f below are teahnital or selehtilie treatises or bulletin
I t t p se edition Is: timted. but they will be furn to
tto. .i eit iteed .to ormatfon a4aong as the supply lasts. ever,
li eip mlrce to their Superintendent of Documents.
..... IAJt. MItian tio 'DGasts of the Genus Simulium. By
T.lh -P.:p E..tomot. gi.a A.gistant. Pp. 48, pl. 5, figs. 15.
frlg. tIb ~urean~ of Entomology. (Professional Paper.) Mar.
7 *iEl 2tix 129.) Price, 10 cents.
t.n o s l s pe'. giving east of the Mississippi ivet.



-.2
20.... .. :,"" .. .: ,
N ',. L',.'. '.' -W'x ,









Rock. By Frank H. Jackson, Jr., Als ingt tg giner. '
12. Contribution' trom the Office of Public 1idsRand Rural
(Professional Paper.) Mar. 17, 1916. (Department Bulletin 347
10 cents.
Is a partial revision of Offce of Public Roads Bulletin No. 44, and of it
*f road engineers and builders.
The Utilization of Cherry By-Products. By Frank Rabak, Chemical BEio
Drug-Plant and Poisonous-Plant Investigations. Pp. 24. Contribution1
the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Mar. 10, 1916.
apartment Bulletin 350.) Price, 5 cents.
Suggests a method of utilizing the cherry' pits and juices accumulated at means
Of interest to those engaged in the fruit-packing Industry.
Moisture Content and Shrinkage of Forage, and the Relation of These FX
to the Accuracy of Experimental Data. By H. N. Vinall, Agronondi
Roland McKee, Assistant Agrostologist, Office of Forage-Crop InvestigI
Pp. 37. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Prof~E ll
Paper.) Mar. 16, 1916. (Department Bulletin 353.) Price, 10
Of interest to dealers In hay and other forage crops.
Milk and Cream Contests. By Ernest Kelly, in Charge of Market Milk j
gations, and L. B. Cook and J. A. Gamble, Market Milk Specialista
Division. Pp. 24. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Iti4
(Professional Paper.) Mar. 7, 1916. (Department Bulletin 3506)i
5 cents. e, r
Is of interest to dairymen generally, and especially to those who sa
improving the output of their establishments.
Comparative Spinning Tests of the Different Grades of Arizona-Egyptian
Sea Island and Sakellaridis Egyptian Cottons. By Fred Taylor, i
Technologist, and William S. Dean, Assistant in Cotton Testing.
figs. 2. Contribution from the Office of Markets and Rural Organii
(Professional Paper.) Mar. 30, 1916. (Department Bulletin 35.)
5 cents. t
Is of interest to the growers, cotton merchants, manufacturers, and. -fi
Arizona-Egyptian, Sea Island, and Sakellaridis Egyptian cottons and cotton yt.
Brown-Rot of Prunes and Cherries in the Pacific Northwest. By bC
Brooks and D. F. Fisher, Office of Fruit-Disease Investigations.. ]e
pls. 3. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (PrboSqe
Paper.) Mar. 6, 1916. (Department Bulletin 368) Price, 5 aenti,,
Is intended particularly for the benefit of prune and cherry growers ofW
Washington and Oregon. but is of interest to growers of these fruits In otherBef
of the United States. It is also of scientific interest to plant pathologlfi t :
DEPARTMENT BULLETINS. ;
Bulletins listed hereunder can not be furnished through this Offie, as the :ia"b
supply is exhausted. Remit price for same to the Superintendent of Documentx
S ment Printing Office. Do not send money to this Department.
Extension Course in Vegetable Foods for Self-Instructed Classes i Nt
' Schools of Agriculture. By Anna Barrows, Director, School of il
Science, Chautauqua, N. Y., and Instructor, School of Househol
Columbia University. Pp. 78, figs. 4. Contribution from the St.
tions Service. (Professional Paper.) Mar. 22, 1916. (Depar
letin 123.) Price, 10 cents. "ii
Is intended for the use of small groups of farm women assembled as a cl"
the subject in a systematic manner with one of their number as a e1 0ii;
adapted for such use in any part of the United States.
-jirdsaof Porto Rico. By Alex Wetmore, Assistant Biologist. Pp. 140,.
,*. Contribution from the Bureau of Biological Survey. (ProfessiomJpi
* Mar. 24,1916. (Department Bulletin 326.) Price, 30 cents.
A report on the relations of the island birds to the insect faIta ofi
The Raisin Industry. By George C. Husmann, Pomologist in Chargb
tural Investigations, Office of Horticultural and P ologials
Pp. 15, pls. 9, figs. 3. Contribution from the Bfrean of .r
Mar. 17, 1916. (Department Bulletin 349.) Price, 10 cent
This bulletin has been prepared for the purpose of answe'1ng 4u10Wi
the raisin industry of the United States. The prundng, train U Id
and varieties suitable for raisin purposes, as well as the methiB
drying the grapes and the curing and processing of the raisins, aret



i,, t-
t ......








MISCELLANEOUS.

:.of Workers'in Subjects Pertaining to Agriculture and Home Economies in
ith U. S. Department of Agriculture and in the State Agricultural Col-
leges and Experiment Stations. (Corrected to December, 1915). PY. 129.
Prepared in the Division of Publications. Mar. 30, 1916.
ftInuence of Relative Area in Intertilled and Other Classes of Crops and
Crop Yield. By D. A. Brodie, Agriculturist. Pp. 8, fig. 1. Contribution
from the Office of Farm Management, Office of the Secretary. Mar. 31,
: 1916. (Circular 57, Office of the Secretary.) Price, 5 cents.

SERIALS.

: iiJo al of Agricultural Research. (Issued weekly. For sale only.)
li.! 5, No. 23. Mar. 6, 1916. Contents: Flow through Weir Notches with Thin
i d,' Edges and Full Contractions. By V. M. Cone.-Identity of Eriosoma pyri.
:; A. 0. Baker. Pp. 1051-1119, figs. 26. Price, 15 cents.
:ls. No. 24. Mar. 13, 1916. Contents: A New Penetration Needle for Use in
VI: ti ing Bituminous Materials. By Charles S. Reeve and Fred P. Pritch-
ar' .-A New Irrigation Weir. By V. M. Cone. Pp. 1121-1143, pl. 1, figs. 16.
Price, 10 cents.
~ri e NNo. 25. Mar. 20, 1916. Contents: Inheritance of Fertility in Swine. By
i'tw,:- ard N. Wentworth and C. E. Aubel.-Relation of Green Manures to the
S fa;ii0:. iliure of Certain Seedlings. By E. B. Fred.-A New Spray Nozzle. By
'::; i:::. ,W. Woodworth.-A New Interpretation of the Relationships of Tempera-
time and Humidity to Insect Development. By W. Dwight Pierce. Pp.
~l 14ff-191, pls. LXXXIII-LXXXVI. figs. 7. Price, 15 cents.
i!:, Noip.-Beginning with Volume 5, The Journal of Agricultural Research will be
SIs:r ed.weekly and distributed free only to the libraries of agricultural colleges and
: experiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and such institutions as
Ma e suitable exchanges with the department It will not be sent free to individuals.
.."::e Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, the
!i;: p:ice Ibeing $3 per year, 52 numbers.
fpqeriment Station Record. Vol. XXXIV, No. 4, March, 1916. E. W. Allen,
P, : P D., Editor. Pp. 301-400. Price, 15 cents.
: u I : i". o Nom.- -The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature pertain-
i:':Ti:l g" to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, and its free distribution
It.s.. restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment stations,
!',Ii anlrimilar institutions and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be sent free to
I tIlv i~ als having no official connection with public institutions. The Superintendent
bi,. 'rat fDocuments will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is issued in two
I' ::'; Vrtolpumes a year, ten numbers each, at $1 a volume.
A Mt itnthly Crop Report. Vol. 2, No. 2, February, 1916. Pp. 13-20. (Bureau
~ olf;% P`Oop AEstimates.)
u ::. Vol. 2, No. 3, March 16, 1916. Pp. 21-28. (Bureau of Crop Estimates.)
li'' Contai data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, conditions,
Iii,: id. price, and value of crops and live stock. For free distribution.
3isVICEM AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.-FOR SALE ONLY.
"& .eaeilpaeu onay information, instructions, and notices governing the enforcement of
AdiBufa B act, meat inspection, 28-hour and quarantine laws, and the various regula-
,I tie partanent. Issued monthly by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited
ina he employ of the department, to public officials whose duties render it neces-
t ist Utm have such information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufac-
pa fi m whose business is affected by same. Others desiring copies are respectfully
!to e: Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, who has them
lew|iy, at prices noted.
I:-of Anir al Industry. No. 106. February, 1916. Pp. 13-20. Mar. 22,
6. Price, 5 cents.
HEorttultural Board. No. 24. January, 1916. Pp. 13. Mar. 1, 1916.
-?ce5 cents.
...e. tural Board. No. 25. February, 1916. Pp. 15-80. Mar. 24,
5 cents.
Markets and Rural Organization. No. 7. Pp. 33-50, figs. 2. Mar. 17,
,ti. ;ee, 5t cents.
tory of the movement to secure universal cotton standards.
4-- "
Si L ,




V IIMUnlar 11111111111 iliU IIIIIIirifnllll
3 1262 08853 1693

SOIL ::SJRVMS .
Al requests for soil surveys are referred to the .Bufaea 4 dE,: il
distribution of same bet g controlled by that t.byue : -,.;, *;:'.. l
Soil Survey of Lee GBunty, Iowa. By L. V. Davis, at lit
Agriculture, and Martin E. Sar, of the Iowa Agricti.Fl.d
tion. Pp. 36, pl. 2, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Solls. 1:14)
Soil Survey of Webster Parish, Louisiana. By A. fH. M' er.. l
B. W. Tillman, and R. P. Rogers. Pp. 40, fig. 1, map. PI.
1914.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Montgomery County, Maryland. By William T.
the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and J. P. D. Hull, of t.;U*
Geological Survey. Pp. 39, pls. 5, fig. 1, map. (From F. O0
Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Clinton County, New York,-By E. T. Maxon,~
apartment of Agriculture, and W. R. Cone, of the New Yol:t
Agriculture. Pp. 37, fig. 1, iap. (From F. Soils, 1914.)
Soil Survey of Union County, North Carolina. By B. B. DerrI
Department of Agriculture, and S. O. Perkins, of the Northt
ment of Agriculture. Pp. 88, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. S E I
15 cents.
Soil Survey of Portage County, Ohio. By Charles N. Mooney Iait
of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and A. F. Head an
of the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station. Pp. 44,g. ...
F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents.. s
Soil Survey of Trumbnll County, Ohio. By George N. Ooffey .i
ard, of the Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, and X' M.
U. S. Department of Agriculture. Pp. 58, figs. 2 ma'p. (
1914.) Price, 15 cents. d I
Soil Survey of Raleigh County, West Virginia. By W.: I.;
fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents. : ,
PUBLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER K11o3 ,
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only front ti.i'
Bureau or the Superintendent of Documents, Governmept Pritluig
noted herein.
Monthly Weather Review. (For sale only.) VoL 4 ~lNo.:
[Mar. 1, 1916.1 Pp. 589-650, charts 9, figs. 7. Price,
a year. Payable to the Superintendent of DoCnetEitsi::
Special Articles: Solar and sky radiation at Wiahbs.t.
1915. By H. H. Kimball.-Solar radiation intensities at
September November. and December 1915. By H. H.
making. By J. R. Weeks.-Lunar halo of June 24-25, 108 i
T. R. Brooks and others.-Penetrating radiation pr.ent~i ..
A. Gockel.-Concomitant changes in terrestrial magxetium f n.
L. A. Bauer.-Radloactive deposit from the atmosphere on an
S. J. M. Allen.-Penetratlng radiation at high altia.0
Aurorae, earth currents, and magnetic disturbanced' By.
of snow. By Robert E. Horton (6 figs.).-Meteerology an
American Scientific Congress. By C. F. Tallmai.-XM
in meteorology. By Eleanor Buynltzky.-Aurelia lams a
Reeder.-Tornadoes in Kansas. y3 S. 15. lora-.-O te
densation. By Paul Descombes.-Percentage freqenoft.y.
United States.-Storms and hurricanes in Jamaia, a5 i;-i
Application of physical principles to problems suggestedt 1
temperatures. By Geo. F. McEwen.-Albert AdamsI-YTog
Armington. ""' *:: !
National Weather and Crop Bulletin, No. 2, Februat tj Ol-
ture, rainfall, and crop conditions throughout the
weekly, on Wednesday, April to October;; moiotb
Price, 25 cents a year.
Snow and Ice Bulletins for March 7, 14, 21, 28, 1910
weekly during the winter season, based upon!i
Bureau stations, suppleniented by reports f.r
servers. Price, 25 cents a year. .... ::
.d. .... .. ..0
WAENOOU :, ,,:'I ;
"!... .:: '. ":" 4;'. i":
=..=.'." H.. H=..= :.kE .E