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: lng as the department's somewhat limited supply of the current num-
i.s"' ulletins lasts they may be obtained by all applicants free of charge. '
E6Yt le at 5 oents per copy unless otherwise noted.
at4; its .t the Middle Atlantic States. By W. L. McAtee, As- i
in Obarge Food Habits. Research. Pp. 16, figs. 11. Contribution
e f Biological Survey. Revised, August, 1922. (Farmers'
i ibat f ii l .ti .Ithe Middle Atlantic States.
fits Grabs. By John J. Davis, Entomological Assistant, Cereal and
pn'.i4vegtigatiops, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 30, figs. 21. Re-
it 922. (Fa'rmers' Bulletin 940.)
th^ "life history .and habits of these pests, and suggests methods of control.
.l. Sbitenra .aarms. By H. R. Trolley, Agricultural Engineer, and L.
Wis1saItIt inAAgricultural: Engineering, Bureau of Public Roads
K.1X~gust, 1922. (Farmers' Bulletin No. 1278.)
eS tch experience of 684 tractor owners in Southern States.
'~4 WeAnimaIs, 1929. By George A. Lawyer, Chief United
Wit'8en-'; and Frank L. Earnshaw, Assistant, Interstate Com-
.. Division of Enforcement of the Migratory Bird Treaty and
W idflt 0 Biological Survey. Pp. 30. August, 1922. (Farmers'
F;:5:::: .. M B ETINS-TEC- NICAL.
.. .:. '..'. "-" ~ti''M-a. cal or scientific bulletins applying to a
MP 1;$i ,:itlt united, but. they will be furnished free to
1jt6 arX lBn as long as the supply lasts.
''! Inc ine'ent Decay in Green Wood with Spe-.
S-o1*- ;f Nathaniel 0. Howard, Pathologist,
i.... "i t .athdlogy. (In cooperation with the For-
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est Products Laooratory or te unirea state forestt Service, Maison, Wis)J :
Pp. 5&, pie. 2, fig 26. Contributioe from the Barrent of Pelai Indautry.
(Professional Paper.) August 19, 1922. (Department Bulletin 10*7.) Price,
Farm Management in Catawba County, North Carolina. By J. M. Johnson,
Agriculturist, and E. D. Strait, Assistant Farm Economist, Bureau of Agri-
cultural Economies, in cooperation with North. Carolina State.Board of Ag-
riculture. Pp. 23, figs. 6. July, 1922. (Department Bulletin 1070.) Price,
Experiments with Spray Solutions for" Preventing Insect InjSry to Greet Logs. AR
By F. C. Craighead, Specialist in Forest Entomology, Forest Insect Investiga-
tions, Bureau of Entomology. Pp. 11. (Professional Paper.) August, 1922. j
(Department Bulletin 1079.) Price, 5 cents.
Reindeer in Alaska. By Seymorr Haadwen, Chief Veterinarian and Parasitolo-
gist, and Lawrence J. Palmer, in Charge of Grazing Investigations, Bureau of .i
Biological Survey. Pp. 74, pie. 24. September 22, 1922. (Department Bulle-
tin 1089.) Price, 25 cents.
The Effect of Silage on the Flavor and Odor of" Milk. By james A. Gatnble, ;
Professor of Dairy Husbandry, University of Maryland, GollaboratoE amd:
Ernest Kelly, in Charge of Market Milk Investigations, Dairy Division, I&L,..';;
reau of Animal Industry. Pp. 4, fig. 1. September 20, 1922. (D.partamat.
Bulletin 1097.) Price, 5 cents.
Frost Injury to Tomatoes. By R. B. Harvey, formerly Plant Physidoogi OS-: '
fice of Plant Physiological and Fermentation Investigations, and t'e. iIl
Wright, Physiologist, Office of Hortc-ultural and Pomologleal Ivetiattg B s ,
Biological Survey. Pp. 74, pls. 24. September 22, 1922. (Department B3jfl .:
tin 1099.) Price, 5 cents. 1:;
A Method of Determining Grease and Dirt in Wool. By D. A. Spencer, J. 1. :
Hardy, and Mary J. Brandon, Animal Husbandry Division, Bureau of Ani-;1
mal Industry. Pp. 20, figs: 6. September, 1922. (Department Bulletin `1
1100.) Price, 5 cents.
Kernel-Spot of the Peean and Its Cause. By J. B. Demaree, Assistant Pathdl-
ogist, Office of Fruit-Disease Investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp.
15, figs. 5. (Professional Paper.) September 26, 1922 (epa3tanet laffslf : ,
tin 1102.) Price, 5 cents.
The Detection of Hypochlorites and Chloramins in Milk and CreaM. By tp, .:.
Rupp, Dairy Chemist, Dairy Division, Bureau of Animal Industry. C(Pts :.
sional Paper.) Pp. 5. August 30, 1922. (Department Bulletin 1114.)':
Price, 5 cents.
Describes a test wriclr wfll etect the presence of hypocbmfortes and ehArBftia tat :
milk and cream. '
Rule f and Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture Under the Yoi FIsMt- 2*Q
ucts Inspection Law of May 11, 1221. Pp. 6. August, 1922. (Circular t0,: .:d
Office of the Secretary..) Price, 5 cents. ,
Rules and Regulations of the Secretary of Agriculture, for Carrying Gat tha,
Federal Highway Act. Pp, 14. July 31, 1922, (Circular 161,. Oaee t t l.
Secretary.) Price, 5 ceuts. -:.'
Anthracnose of Xaskmelens. By George K. K. Lik and .. Q Mler, P
gists. Pp. 4, pi. 1. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Iadiutry. (Oe
of Cotton, Truck, and Forage Crop Disease lavestigatio ) Mar,. 122.
(Department Circular 217.) Price, 5 cents. For sale only.
Describes the effects of the disease and methods of control.
Eastern Blue-Stem of the Black Raspberry. By B. B. Wilcex, SelentL -'i>I
sistant, Offee of Fruit-Disease Investigations, Bureau of Plant Indust*p.
12, p. 1. June, 1922. (Department Circular 227.) Price, 5 cents. At
Motion Pictures of the U. &S Department of Aglculture. Prepared by Wei iL
Perkins, Assistant in Charge of Motion Pictures, Diviasion of Pnubti B
Pp. 13. August, 1922. (Department Circular $33.) Price, 5 cents.
V Blaoierml lSpat of Cueusw '- ~ C. Meter and 0. K. K. Litk, Pathologists,
S Office of Cotton, Truck, and Forage Crop Disease Investigations, Bureau of
Plant- Iudttry. Pp. 5, pit. 1. August, 1922. (Department Circular 234.)
Price, 5 cents. For sale only.
Defects in the Quality of Butter. By C, W. Fryhofer, Butter Inspector, Food
Products Inspection Service, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Pp. 13.
August, 1922. (Department Circular 236.) Price, 5 cents.
Some Experipents with a Boric-Acid Canning Powder. By Ruth B. Edmond-
son, Assistant Mycologist, and Charles Thom, Mycologist in Charge, Micro-
biological Laboratory, Bureau of Chemistry, and L. T. Giltner, Veterinary
Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry. Pp. 12. August, 1922. (Department
Circular 237.) Price, 5 cents.
1: r.ectory of Officials and Organizations Concerned with the Protection of
'Stirds and Game, 1922. By -George A. Lawyer, Chief United States Game
Warden, and Frank L. Earnshaw, Assistant, Interstate Commerce in Game,
n aforeement -of Migratory Bird Treaty and Lacey Acts, Bureau of Biological
S Survey. Pp. 20. September 26, 1922. (Department Circular 242.) Price, 5
Report of the Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, 1921. By W. D.
:- May~ Agronomist in Charge. Pp. 27, pl. 4. Price, 10 cents.
.- perzment Station Record. Vol. 45, Index Number. July-December, 1921. Pp.
S ": ', -.. 901-995. September 13, 1922. Price, 10 cents.
ilamee](YoL 47, No. 1. Pp. 1-100. July, 1922. Price, 10 cents.
I qrK .-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific literature pertain-
lag to agriculture, issued in 2 volumes a year. 10 numbers each. Its free distribu-
.tion is restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment sta-
tions, and similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. The subscription price
is. 75 cents a volume (foreign subscriptions, $1.25 a volume, payable to the Superin-
tendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.
..Weather, Crops and Karkets. VoL.2, Nos. 10 to 14, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30,
.4: "- S1922.
iS: ifIs publication is issued weekly and combines three important regular periodicals
S heretofore issued as The Market Reporter, The Monthly Crop Reporter, and the Na-
,:: au: t al Weather and Crop Bulletin, and which have been discontinued. The free distri-
bution is restricted to individuals and Institutions assisting the department in dis-
';',.. :.-." minating information connected with agriculture.
Others desiring the publication can purchase it from the Superintendent of Docu-
meats, the subscription price being $1.00 a year. Address remittance to that official.
he Official Record. Vol. 1, Nos. 36 to 39, Sept. 6, 13, 20, and 27, 1922.
This publication carries official announcements and Information concerning the work
of the department in general and of the various bureaus.
-' SOIL SURVEYS.
Aill. requests for soil surveys are referred to the Bureau of Soils for attention, the
di,.stribution of same being controlled by that bureau.
;:;'. Soil Survey of Logan County, Kentucky. By L. R. Schoenmaun and Grove B.
SJones, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and S. D. Averitt, of the Ken-
i t:eky Agrieultural Experiment Station. Pp. 56, fig. 1, map 1. (From F. 0.
t,:' 1919.) Price, 15 cents.
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MiL feed L ad drugs act, meat inspection, 28-hour, and quarantine laws, and the various
i r laMmss of the department. Issued monthly by certain bureaus. Free distribution
ls : limited to persons in the employ of the department, to public officials whose duties
? ande it necessary for them to have such information, to journals especially concerned,
,. : td to manufacturers and firms whose business is affected by same. Others desiring
i _'efta fe.. respectfully referred to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing
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s::i:: of Agcultral tooiomnics. No. 71. Pp. 62. September, 1922. Price,
^ |i :^' 5 d *t ...
Ni lfi: ":: .t.a.. m lu 'ea te of this Ediel have been issued as Service and Regulatory Announce-
A-:;, 0 otif tfid Bureau of Markets.
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Statistics of Crops Other Than Grain Crops, 1921. Compiled in the BurEfid
Agricultural Economics. Pp. 94. (Separate 869, Yearbook, 1921.) p..i
15 cents. -
Statistics of Live Stock, 1921. Compiled in the Bureau of Markets': ii
Estimates. Pp. 62. (Separate 870, Yearbook, 1921.) Price, 10 cents...
Miscellaneous Agricultural Statistics, 1921. Compiled in the Bureau of it
and Crop Estimates. Pp. 34. (Separate 871, Yearbook, 1921.) ,A
Wheat Production and Marketing. By C. R. Ball, Cerealist, C. E. Leigit
ronomist, Bureau of Plant Industry; 0. C. Stine, Agricultural Be-t
and 0. E. Baker, Agricultural Economist, Bureau of Agricultural ad
Pp. 83, figs. 72. (Separate 878, Yearbook, 1921.) Price, 10 cents .
The Cotton Situation. By A. M. Agelasto, Specialist in Cotton Clasing,4*g
of Agricultural Economics; C. B. Doyle, Botanist, Bureau of Plant Inui
and G. S. Meloy, Investigator in Cotton Marketing, and 0. C. Sti.l&
cultural Economist, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Pp. 323-4006,.1
(Separate 877, Yearbook, 1921.) Price, 15 cents.
A Graphic Summary of American Agriculture. By O. E. Baker, Agr
Economist, Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Pp. 100, figs. 124.i .
rate 878, Yearbook, 1921.) Price, 20 cents.
Based largely on the census of 1920.
PUBLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER BUREAU, -
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief of thi'
Bureau or the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, at the
Monthly Weather Review. Vol. 50, No. 6. June, 1922. Pp. 281
charts 9. Price, 15 cents a copy, $1.50 a year, payable to the Su
Special articles: The local, or beat. thunderstorm. 'By C. FP. Brod1ki
graphic thunderstorm. By C. Hallenbeckt-Tropical cyelones in Auat ..I..r
South Pacific and Indian Oceans. By S. S. Visher.-Tropical cyclones in '.
Pacific, between Hawaii and Mexico. By S. S. Visher.--A method for th
of normal frost dates from short temperature records. By.W..B. Ya
over the North Atlantic. By W. E. Hurd.--Relations between :thb-
of wheat in the Argentine Republic. By N. A. Hessling.-The rainfallU
By A. J. Henry.-Normals for Brazilian stations. By C F. almaB
halo of 46 degrees. By L. Besson.-Tornadoes in Wisconisin. BwyW. PB.
Thundersqualls in Wisconsin, June 9-10, 1922. By W. P. StewarItr- tl
naval gunfiring felt at Los Angeles. By R. A. Nelson. : ;li
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the U. S. Weather Bureau and showing sufficient reasons wy phey should receive
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Bureau of Animal Industry. No. 183i July, 1022..,: .i. ..
1922. Price, 5 cents. .. .
Same. No. 184. August, 1922. Pp. 91-08. September, 1922. IPI4
Bureau of Biological Survey. No. 47. Hunting of Wild Fowl' A '
Reservation, Ariz. Pp. 1. September, 1922. Price, 5 cents. ;
Bureau of Chemistry. Supplement 138.: Notices of Judgmentis m3V'
Pp. 193-227. July 26, 1922. Price, 5 cents.
Same. Supplement 139. Notices of Judgments 10401-10450. Pp.
September, 1922. Price, 5 cents. :
Imports and Exports of Agricultural Products. Compiled in the- Bui"
Markets and Crop Estimates, 1922. Pp. 33. (Separate 867, Yearbp|M,3,
Price, 5 cents. .
Statistics of Grain Crops, 1921. Compiled in the Bureau of Markets .f4 .l.
Estimates. Pp. 74. (Separate 8S8, Yearbook, 1921.) Price, 10 events ; :-