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Monthly list of publications
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I No. 788.


This circular will be sent regularly to all who apply for it.


United


States


Department


Agriculture,


DIVISION


OF PUBLICATIONS.


WASHINGTON,


D. C


., May 81,S


191.l


MONTHLY


LIST


OF


PUBLICATIONS.


[MAY


, 1913.]


)TE.-Copies of any of the publications
Weather Bureau, may be obtained !f


and Cbief of the Division of Publications,


Washington,


many


., as long as


the publications


applicants may obta
ment Printing Office,
resolution of March :


in


listed herein


the department


is necessarily


copies


from


V~'shingtou, [).


at the prices herein given.


for publications


them
5. ceut


except


per copy.


limitedC


, except publications of


upon application to the Editor
S. Department of Agrioulture,


NuDLI


Insts.


when


the Superintendent


who,


of E


under the prove


The edition of


satue is exhausted
,ocuments, Govern-


sions of the joint


1904, is empowered to have reprints made and sell them


Do not


without sending the


sale.


price


The Superintendent of Documents


apply


to the Superintendent ot Documents


price of same, as


of all documents,


is not connected


Agriculture, and all remittances for publications
Superintendent of Documents, Government Pr
D. C., by postal money order, express order, or New


sent,


it will


checks. defaced


the payment


at sender's


risk.


or smooth coins


Posta


of theecost of documents,


ge stamps.


positively


he does


not distribute


unless otherwise noted,


with


4)1


should


inting


York draft.


foreign


the Department of
>e sent directly to
Itice, Washington,


If currency


money,


not be accented.


uncertified


To facilitate


the Superintendent of Documents will


S"t a t caupons issued by" him instead of cash.
Uns eachdi at soWd i sets of 20 for $1.


Coupons of the value


The Department of Agriculture does not distribute or control the distribution
of the publications of the State boards of agriculture ox of the State agricul-
tural experiment stations.
-ADVANCE Ef EtS FELnD OERATIONs OF THE BUREAU OF SbILS.


Soil Survey of Marshall


Opunty, Alabama,


States Department of Agriculture,. and N.
ment of Agriculture and Iinustries. Pp. ;


1911.)


Price, 15 cents.


C. S.


Eric Bjen


fig. 1, map.


Waldrop,


of the


Unitcte


, of the Alabama Depart-


(From F. O. Soils,


Soil Survey of Reno County, KI
A. E. tKocher, and Allen L.


Agriculture.
A frtiultural
15 cent s.


and Char
College.


By William T.


,les S. Myszk
Pp. '72, figs 2,


of the


map.


Carter, jr.,


United
0. Lit


(From F


States
t, of th


F. V; Emerson,
Department of


Le Kansas


Soils,


1911.)


State
Prlce,


Soil Survey of Shawuee Cotty, Kansas.
D refiparetf of Agriulture; and R. I.
Agricultural College. P'. 41, fig. 1, map.
cents.


Recounoissance Survey of Southwestern


Party. .P. 136.


Bigs 5, mhaps 4.


$y W. C. Bye3
Throckmorton


(From F


Washington.


rs, of the United States


of the


Kansas


O. Soils, 1911.)


By


A. W


(From F. 0. Soils. 191:


ar ,


State


Price, 15


. Mangum and;
Price. 75 cents.


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the


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Distribution and Migration of North American
Wells W. Cooke, Assistant, Biological Survey.
Bureau of Biological Survey.) Price, 10 cents.
The Composition of Different Varieties of Red P
L. C. Mitchell, Food Inspection Laboratory.
of Chemistry.) Price, 5 cents.
Leather Investigations: The Composition of Sc
Veitch, Chief, Leather and Paper Laboratory
Chemist. Pm. 20. (Bulletin 165. Bureau of C


--' JL ~A -


Herons and Their Allies. By
Pp. 70, figs. 21. (Bulletin 45,


'eppers.
Pp. 32.


)me Sole
r, and J.
chemistry.


By L. M. Tolman and
(Bulletin 163, Bureau

Leathers. By F. P.
S. Rogers, Assistant
) Price, 5 cents. .


The Elimination and Toxicity of Caffein in Nephrectomized Rabbits. By Wil-
liam Salant, Chief, Pharmacological Laboratory, Division of Drugs, and J.
B. Rieger, Assistant Chemist. Pp. 31. (Bulletin 166, Bureau of Chemistry.):
Price, 5 cents.


The
B
11


Hop Apt
al Assist
ology. )
Red Spi
. Parker,
7, Burea


lis in
:ant.
Price


the Pacific Region.
Pp. 43, pls. 10,
h, 15 cents.


By William B. Parker, M. S., Entomolog-
figs. 8. (Bulletin 111, Bureau of Ento-


der on Hops in the Sacramento Valley of California. ]
M. S., Entomological Assistant. Pp. 41, pls. 6, figs. 9.
u of Entomology.) Price, 15 cents.


* William
(Bulletin


Papers on Insects Affecting Vegetable
Webworm. By F. H. Chittenden, Sc.
Product Insect Investigations. Pp.
1.) Price, 5 cents.
Papers on Insects Affecting Vegetable
Caterpillar. By H. O. Marsh, Entom
figs. 2. (Bulletin 127, Part 2, Bureau


and Truck Crops. The Spotted Beet
D., In Charge of Truck Crop and Stored
1-11, pls. 4, figs. 3. (Bulletin 127, Part


and Truck Crops.
logical Assistant.
t of Entomology.)


The Striped Beet
Pp. iii+13-18, pi. 1,
Price, 5 cents.


Educational Contests in Agriculture and Home Economies. For use in Farm-
ers' Institute and Agricultural Extension Work. By George L. Christie, B.
S. A., Superintendent of Agricultural Extension, Purdue University, La
Fayette, Ind. Pp. 47. (Bulletin 255, Office of Experiment Stations.) Price,
5 cents.


Experiment Station Record,
Allen, Ph. D., Editor. Pp.


Vol. XXVIII, No. 6, Abstract Number, 1913.
501-600. Price, 15 cents.


E. W.


Same, Vol. XXVII, Index Number. Pp. 901-1004. Price,
The record contains numerous abstracts of the publicati
experiment stations and kindred institutions in this and o
and editorials on topics of special interest in agriculture
and foreign experts and notes on the experiment stations
of Documents has fixed the price of this serial, which
volumes a year, nine numbers each, at $1 a volume.
Experiments in the Preservative Treatment of Red-Oak a
ties. By Francis M. Bond, In Charge Wood Preserv
figs. 26. (Bulletin 126, Forest Service.) Price, 20 cen


15 cents.
ons of the agricultural
other countries, articles
1 science by American
. The Superintendent
is now issued in two


nd Hard-Maple Cross-
ation. Pp. 92, pls. 9,
ts.


Monthly Bulletin of the Library, March, 1913.
brary.) Price, 5 cents.
The Muscadine Grapes. By George C. Husma:
cultural Investigations, and Charles Dearil


4, No. 3.


nfl,


Pp. 66-91.


Pomologist in Charge of Viti-
Scientific Assistant. Office of


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Repair and Maintenance of Highways. By Laurence I. Hewes, Ph. D., Chief of
Economics and Maintenance, Office of Public Roads. Pp. 71, pls. 3, figs. 131
( Bulletin 48, Office of Public Roads.) Price, 15 cents.
The Occurrence of Potassium Salts in the Salines of the United States. By
J. W. Turrentine, with Analyses by W. H. Ross, R. F. Gardner, A. R. Merz,
and J. A. Cullen. Pp. 96, figs. 3. (Bulletin 94, Bureau of Soils.) Price, 15
cents,.


CIRCULARS.


Rules and Regulations for Carrying Out the Plant
[Supersedes Circular 41, Office of the Secretary.]
Secretary.)


Amendment 5 to Rule 2, Revision 3. T(
te. Releasing from Quarantine a I
(Amendment 5 to B. A. I. Order 167.)


Quarantine Act. Pp. 16.
(Circular 44, Office of the


) Prevent the Spread of Scabies in Cat-
?ortion of the State of Texas. Pp. 1.


the Detection of Phytosterol in Mixtures of Animal and


Robert H. Kerr, Biochemist,
Bureau of Animal Industry.)


Biochemic


Division.


Vegetable


Fats.


(Circular


The Red Spider on Cotton.
22, figs. 12. (Circular 172.


By E. A. McGregor, Entomological Assistant.
Bureau of Entomology.)


Arsenate of Lead as an Insecticide Against the Tobacco Hornworms. By A. C.
Morgan and D. C. Parman, Entomological Assistants. Pp. 10. -(Circular 173;
Bureau of Entomology.)


Pith-Ray Flecks in Wood. I
cular 215, Forest Service.)


H. P. Brown, Xylotomist.


Pp. 15, pls. 6.


(Cir-


Miscellaneous Papers: [A.
. Carl S. Scofield. [B.]
Maize. By G. N. Collins
of Florida Oranges. By
Cowpea. By Charles V.
Industry.)


] Agric
Effects
and J.
J. G. G
Piper.


culture on the Yuma Reelr
of Cross-Pollination on
H. Kempton. [C.] Expel
rossenbacher. [D.] The
Pp. 32, figs. 3. (Circular


amation
the Siz4
riments I
Wild Pro
124, Bu


Project. By
e of Seed in
on the Decay
,totype of the
reau of Plant


Sudan Grass, A New Drought-Resistant Hay Plant. By C. V. Piper, Agrostolo-
gist in Charge of Forage-Crop Investigations. Pp. 20, figs. 6. (Circular 125,
Bureau of Plant Industry.)


Miscellaneous Papers. [1
Shipments of Sugar Cai
- Experiment Farm in 19:
- ing, Plants. By P. L.
Plant Industry.) Price,


.] Fungous Diseases Li
ie. By Ethel C. Field. I
12. By W. A. Peterson.
Ricker. Pp. 35, figs. 16.
10 cents.


able to be Disseminated in
[B.] The Work of the Yuma
[C.] Directions for Collect-
(Circular 126, Bureau of


Miscellaneous Papers. [A.] The Work of the Delta Experiment Farm in 1912.
By John P. Irish, Jr. [B.] Silver Scurf, a Disease of the Potato. By I, E.
Melhus. [0.] The Dasheen, a Root Crop for the Southern States. By Robert


A. Young.


Pp.. 36, figs.


(Circular 127, Bureau of Plant Industry.)


Miscellaneous Papers. [A.] Some Profitable and Unprofitable Farms in New
Hampshire. By Fred E. Robertson and Lawrence G. Dodge. [B.] The
Strength of Textile Plant Fibers. By Lyster H. Dewey and Marie Goodloe.
Pp. 21, figs. 3. (Circular 128, Bureau of Plant Industry.)




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


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FARMERS' BULLETINS,


Vetch G
Office
(Farm
Import!
Bullet


rowing in the South Atlantic States. By
of Farm Management, Bureau of Plant
iers' Bulletin 529.)
nt Poultry Diseases. By D. E. Salmon, D
in 530 )


A. G. Smith, Agr %ewtIst,
Industry. Pp. 21, gs9 6.


V. M.


Pp. s6.


(Farmers'


Larkspur, or "
biologists, and
Plant, Physio
dustry. Pp. 1
Experiment St
Agricultural I
Contents: Ga
Clover-Type
Durum Wheat.
tific Assistant
(Farmers' Bu


Poison Weed." By C. Dwight Marsh and A
Hadleigh Marsh, Laboratory Assistant. Dr
*logical, and Fermentation Investigations, B
5, figs. 5. (Farmers' Bulletin 531.)
nation Work LXXV. Compiled from the I
Experiment Stations. Pp. 24, figs. 4. (Far]
rden Sweet Peas-Winter-Flowering Sweet i
of Sheep for Southwest-Combating Flies.
By Cecil Salmon., Plant Physiologist, and J.
t, Office of Cereal Investigations, Bureau
tlletin 534.)


. B. Clawson, Phy-
ig-Plant, Poisonous-
:ureau of Plant In-

Publicatiens iiT fte
mners' Blietin )
?eas '--Southern BuT

Allen CIlark4, ie), -
of Plant. nidstzy


Stock Poisoning Due to Scarcity of FooQ
Drug-Plant, Poisonous-Plant, Physiolog
Bureau of Plant Industry. Pp. 4. (Fi


How
Co
Th
corn
mere
Sites
Di
er


to
rn


Grow an Acre of Corn. By (
Investigations. Pp. 21, figs. 12.


1. By C. Dwight Marsh, ,Physiologist,
,ical, and Fermentation Inve ptigatiq ,
irmers' Bulletin 536.)
P. IMrtley, Physiologist in Chai~ o
(Farmers' Bulletin 537.)


uis bulletin gives some fundamental requirements for large an4 prof tale
yields on one acre for the general guidance of boys either as andividuaTls or-
bers of corn clubs.


r,
r
s'


Soils, and Varities for Citrus Groves in the Gulf States.
ector of the Agricultural Experiment Station of Florida.
Bulletin 538.)


By P. H. o iF ,
Pp. it Il -


PUBLICATIONS OF THE WEATHER BUBRTU.


Publications of the Weather Bureau are
Weather Bureau or the Superintendent
Office, at the prices noted herein.
Hurricanes of the West Indies. By Olive
United States Weather Bureau. Pp. 2Z
reau.) Price $1.50.


Bulletin of the M
direction of Wil
364, figs. 11. ('
Monthly Weather
direction of Wi
maps 2, charts 8
National Weekly
temperature and
the United Stati
Price, 25 cents t


obtainable only from the bel the
of Documents, Goverien ri


r L. Fassig, Professor of Meteo oiy,
8, ples 25. (Bulletin X, Wieait Bn


mount Weather Observatory, vol. 5, pt. 5. Prepared und ,he
lis L. Moore, Chief United States Weather Bureau. Pp. 29-
V. B. No. 503.) Price, 25 cents.
Review, vol. 41, No. 2, February, 1913. Prepared uner
Hills L. Moore, Chief U. S. Weather Bureau. Pp. 171-325,
8. (W. B. No. 502.) Price, 35 cents; $4 a year.
Weather Bulletin Nos. T, 8, 9, 10, for May, 1918, report
I rainfall, with a summary of weather conditions throughout
es. [Weekly, April-September, Monthly, remainder otyet.]
i year.
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