This circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.
United States Department of Agriculture,
rWASHINGTON, D. C., August 30, 1913.
MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS.
IA [AUGUST, 1913.]
NTOTE.-C-oples of any of the publications listed herein, except publications
o q the Weather Bureau, may be obtained free upon application to the Editor
dL Chief "B of th Division of Publications, U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D. C., as long as the department's supply lasts. The edition
Smany of the publications is necessarily limited, and when same is exhausted'
aplicants are respectfully referred to the Superintendent of Documents, Govern-
ment Printing Office, Washington, D. C., who, under the provisions of the joint
rs: solution of March 28, 1904, is empowered to have reprints made and sell them at
ithe prices herein given. Do not apply to the Superintendent of Documents for
publications without sending the price of same, as he does not distribute them
: ecept by sale. The 'price of any document, unless otherwise noted, is 5 cents.
The Department of Agriculture does not distribute or control the distribution of
S; th: publications of the State boards of agriculture or of the State agricultural experi-
DVAIrac SHEETS, FIELD OPERATIONS OF THE BUREAU
Sqil survey of Macon County, Missouri. By H. Krusekopf, of the University of
Missbun, and Floyd S. Bucher of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Pp. 28,
fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils 1911.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Jefferson County, New York. By M. Earl Carr and B. D. Gilbert, of
1 the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and T. M. Morrison and E. T. Maxon, of the
New York State College of Agriculture. Pp. 83, fig. 1, maps 2. (Froni F. O. Soils
1911.) Price, 25 cents.
Experiment Station Record, Vol. XXIX, No.
Editor. Pp. 101-200. Price, 15 cents.
W. Allen, Ph. D.,
Vol. XXVII, Index.
Price, 15 cents.
: ,The record contains numerous abstracts of the publications of the agricultural experi-
nent stations and kindred institutions in this and other countries, articles and editor-
als on topics of special interest in agricultural science by American and foreign ex-
perts and notes on the experiment stations. The Superintendent of Documents has
alta Fever, With Special Reference to Its Diagnosis and Control in Goats. By John
R. Mohler, V. M. D., Chief of the Pathological Division, and Adolph Eichhorn,
D. V. S., Senior Bacteriologist, Pathological Division. Pp. iv+119-136, pls. 4.
[Reprint from Annual Report Bureau of Animal Industry, 1911.] (Circular 215,
Bureau of Animal Industry.)
Legal Standards for Dairy products.
Bureau of Animal Industry.)
Revised to April 1,
Directory of the Officials and Organizations Concerned with the Protection of Birds
and Game, 1913. Pp. 16. (Circular 94, Bureau of Biological Slrvey.)
Typical Specifications for the Fabrication and Erection of Steel Highway Bridges.
Pp. 25. (Circular 100, Office of Public Roads.)
Monthly List of Publications for July
The Monthly Crop Reporter was discontinued with No.
(Division tf Publiteatios.)
6 of Volutie 15, for Juite, 1i .
Hog Raising in the South. (C
Actinomycosis, or Lumpy Jaw
Methods for the Eradication of Gid. (C
Some Results of Cattle-Tick Eradication.
Office of the Secretary.)
* 96, Burbeau of Animal Industry.)
*cular 165, Bureau of Animal Industry.)
(Circular 196, Bureau of Animal Industry.)
Proposed Regulations for the Protection of Migratory Bifds.
Explanation of the Proposed Regulations for the Protection of Migratory Birds.
cular 93, Bureau of Biological Survey.)
The San Jose Scale and Its Control.
(Circular 124, Bureau of Entomology.)
ie Cultivation of American Ginseng.
Plant, Poisonous-Plant, Physiological,
figs. 3. Farmers' Bulletin 551.)
By Walter Van Fleet, Physiolog
and Fermentation Investigations.
The Handling of Dressed Poultry a Thousand Miles from the Market.
nington, Food Research Laboratory, Bureau of Chemistry. Pp.
(Separate 591, Yearbook 1912.)
Bl M.E. Pen-
285-292, p1a. 13.
A Successful Method of Marketing Vegetable Products. By L. C. Corbett, Horticul-
turist, Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 353-362. (Separate 597, Yearbook 1912.)
Some Important Insect Enemies of Live Stock in
National Forest Timber for the Small Operator. -
Silviculture, Forest Service. Pp. 405-416, pis.
By William B.
Greeley, In Charge of
602, Yearbook 1912.)
Seed Collection on a Large Scale. [Forest Tree Seed.] By Henry H.
Charge of Planting District 1, Forest Service. Pp. 433-442, pls. 4.
Improved Methods of Handling and Marketing Cotton. By Charles J. Brand, Physi-
ologist in Charge of Farmers' Cooperative Cotton Handling and Marketing, Bureau
of Plant Industry. Pp. 443-462, pis. 4. (Separate 605, Yearbook 1912.)
Dairying and Its Relation to Agriculture in Semiarid Sections.
Senior Dairyman, Dairy Division, Bureau of Animal Industry.
4. (Separate 606, Yearbook 1912.)
Agriculture in Public High Schools. By Dick J
Education, Office of Experiment Stations. P
Some New Grasses for the South.
Crop Investigations, Bureau of
609, Yearbook 1912.)
Statistics of Principal Crops, 1912.
By R. A.
Crosby, Specialist in Agricultural
. 471-482, pls. 4. (Separate 607,
ley, Agronomist, Office of Forage
Itry. Pp. 495-504,
4. (Separate 614,
, Yearbook 1912.)
PUBLICATIONS OF THE
are obtainable only from
Weather Bureau or the Superintendent of Documents,
at the prices noted herein.
the Chief of
Government Printing Office,
of Henry E.
charts 8. (V
ler Review, Vol. 41; No. 5, May, 1913. ]
Williams, Acting Chief U. S. Weather Bu
7. B. No. 508.) Price, 35 cents; $4 a year.
Prepared under the direction
663-814, maps 2,
National Weekly Weather Bulletin Nos. 20, 21, 22, 23, for August, 1913, reporting tem-
perature and rainfall, with a summary of weather conditions throughout the United
States (Weekly, April-September, Monthly, remainder of year.] Price, 25 cents
Jos. A. ARNOLD,
Editor and Chief Division of Pub'lications.
Secretary of Agriculture.
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