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Monthly list of publications
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No. 783.


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


United


States


Department


Agriculture,


DIVISION


OF PUBLICATIONS.


WASHINGTON, D. C., March 31, 1918,


MONTHLY


LIST


OF


PUBLICATIONS.


[MARCH,


1913.]


* NOTE.--Copies of any
the Weather Bureau,
and Chief of the Divis
Vashington, D. C., as
many of the publication
applicants may obtain
ment Printing Office, V
resolution of March 28.
at the prices herein gi'
for publications withol
them except by sale.


of th
may


pub
)e ol


ion of Pul
long as t
nus is nece
copies fro
lashington


location
btaiued
blicatio
he depa
ssarily


s listed herein, except
free upon application
us, U. S. Department
rtment's supply lasts.
limited, and when sa:


min the Superintendent of Doc
. D. C., who, under the provis


1904, is empowered to have reprints made
ren. Do not apply to the Superintendent
it sending the price of same, as he does
The price of all documents, unless other


publications of


to the Editor
Agriculture,
['he edition of
is exhausted
aents, Govern-
is of the joint
and sell them
of Documents
not distribute
ise noted, is 5


cents per copy.
The Superintendent of Documents is not connected with the Department of
Agriculture. and all remittances for publications should be sent directly to
Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
D. C., by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. If currency is
sent, it will be at sender's risk. Postage stamps, foreign money. uncertified
checks, defaced or smooth coins will positively not be accepted. To facilitate
the payment of the cost of documents, the Superintendent of Documents will
hereafter accept coupons issued by him instead of cash. Coupons of the value
of 5 cents each are sold in sets of 20 for $1.
The Department of Agriculture does not distribute or control the distribution
of the publications of the State boards of agriculture or of the State agricul-
tural experiment stations.


ADVANCE SHEETS, FIELD OPERATIONS OF THE BUREAU OF


Reconnaissance Soil
nett, Inspector in
F. O. Soils, 1912.)


Survey of Tattnall County,
Charge Southern Division.
Price. 5 cents.


Georgia.
Pp. 1S, p


SoILs.


Hugh
, fig. 1.


H. Ben-
(From


BULLETINS.
NEW.
A Study of the Bacteria Which Survive Pasteurization. By S. Henry Ayers,
Bacteriologist, and William T. Johnson, jr., Scientific Assistant, Dairy Divi-
sion. Pp. 60, figs. 30. (Bulletin 161, Bureau of Animal Industry.) Price,
10 cents.


CiRssififeation of the Alevrodidee. Part 1. By A. L.


Ouaintance. in CharEe of






"il


* SE


By R. A. Cushman, Agent and Expert. VI. Notes on the Peach Bud Mite.
By A. L. Quaintance, in Charge of Deciduous Fruit Insect Investigations.
VII. The Grape Scale. By James F. Zimmer, Entomological Assistant. Pp.
132, pls. 19, figs. 27. (Bulletin 97, Bureau of Entomology.) Price, 25 cents,


Papers on Deciduous Fruit Insects and Insecticides. The Fruit-Tree
Roller. By John B. Gill, Entomological Assistant. Pp. iv+91-110,
(Bulletin 116, Part 5, Bureau of Entomology.) Price, 10 cents.


Leaf-
pls. 5.


Lime-Magnesia Ratio as Influenced by Concentration. By P. L. Gile, Chemist.
Pp. 24, pls. 4. (Bulletin 12, Porto Rico Experiment Station.) Price, 10
cents.


Experiment Station Records, Vol.
Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 101-200.


XXVIII, No. 2, February, 1913.
Price, 15 cents.


*E. W. Allen,


Same,


Vol. XXVIII, No. 3.


Abstract Number.


Pp. 201-300.


Price, 15 cents.


The Record contains
tural experiment station
articles and editorials
American and foreign
Superintendent of Doci
issued in two volumes


numerous abstracts
us and kindred insti
on topics of special
experts, and notes
iments has fixed the
i year, nine numbers


of the publications of the agricul-
tutions in this and .other countries,
interest in agricultural science by
on the experiment stations. The
price of this serial, which is now
each, at $1 a volume.


Monthly Bulletin of
(Library.) Price,


the Library,
cents.


January,


1913.


Pp. 33.


Contributions to the Study of Maize Deterioration. Biochemical and Toxi-
cological Investigations of Penicillium Puberulum and Penicliuhm Stolo-,
niferum. By Carl L. Alsberg and Otis F. Black, Chemical Biologists, Drug-
Plant, Poisonous-Plant, Physiological, and Fermentation Investigations. Pp.
48, pi. 1. (Bulletin 270, Bureau of Plant Industry.) Price, 10 cents.
The Utilization of Waste Raisin Seeds. By Frank Rabak, Chemical Biologist,
Drug-Plant, Poisonous-Plant, Physiological, and Fermentation Investigations.
Pp. 36, figs. 3. (Bulletin 276, Bureau of Plant Industry.) Price, 5 cents.


A Biochemical Study of the Curly-Top of Sugar Beets.


Chemical
mentation
dustry.)


Biologist, Drug-Plant,
Investigations. Pp.
Price, 5 cents.


Poisonous-Plant,
28. (Bulletin 277,


By Herbert H. Bunzel,
Physiological, and Fer-
Bureau of Plant In-


Descriptive Catalogue of the Road Models of the Office of Public Roads.
vision of Office of Public Roads Bulletin No. 36.) Pp. 29, pls. 17,
(Bulletin 47, Office of Public Roads.) Price, 15 cents.


(Re-
fig. 1.


The Microscopic Determination of Soil-Forming Minerals. By W. J. McCaughey
and William H. Fry, Scientists in Chemical and Physical Laboratories.
Pp. 100, figs. 12. (Bulletin 91, Bureau of Soils.). Price, 10. cents.


Wells and Subsoil Water. By W. J. McGee, Expert in Char
Investigations. Pp. 185. (Bulletin 92, Bureau of Soils.) Pr
The Utilization of Acid and Basic Slags in the Manufacture of :
William H. Waggaman, Scientist in Fertilizer Investigations.


ge, Soil Water
ice; 20 cents.
Fertilizers. By
Pp. 18. Dl 1.




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CIRCULABS.
NEW


The Utilization of Exhaust Steam for Heating Boiler
Water in Milk Plants, Creameries, and Dairies. By
nologist, Dairy Division. Pp. 13, figs. 3. (Circular
Industry.)
Identification of Tanned Skins. By C. Frank Samm
Leather and Paper Laboratory. Pp. 2, pls. 9. (Ci
Chemistry.)
The Quantitative Separation and Determination of $S
Permitted Food Colors. By Walter E. Mathewson, A
York Food and Drug Inspection Laboratory. Pp. 4. ((
Chemistry.)
The Identification of Small Amounts of Dyestuffs by C
By Walter E. Mathewson, Assistant Chemist, New
Inspection Laboratory. Pp. 3. (Circular 114, Bureau
The Fowl Tick. By F. C. Bishopp, Entomological Ass
(Circular 170, Bureau of Entomology.)


Feed Water and Wash
John T. Bowen, Tech-
209, Bureau of Animal


let, Assistant Chemist,
rcular 110, Bureau of

subsidiary Dyes in the
Assistant Chemist, New
Circular 113, Bureau of

)xidation with Bromin.
York Food and Drug
of Chemistry.)
istant. Pp. 14, figs. 5.


Field
T.
En
Mech
ma
Wc


Observations
E. Holloway,
tomology.)
anical Propert
ry of Tests o
iods. Pp. 4.


Tests of Packing
Forest Products.


on Sugar-Cane Insect
Entomological Assistai

ies of Woods Grown in
n Small, Clear, Green
Fable. (Circular 213.


Boxes of Various
Pp. 23. figs. 4.


Forn
S(Circ


Effect of Forest Fires on Standing Hard\
Pathologist, Bureau of Plant Industry.
ice.)


Forage-Crop Experiments at the San
wings, Superintendent. San Antonio
106. Bureau of Plant Iudustry.)


Miscellaneous
Oakley and


Papers.
Samuel


[I] Two
Garver.


s in the
it. Pp. i


United States in 1912.
. (Circular 171, Bureau


the United States. Preliminary Sum-
Specimens of Forty-nine Species of
Forest Service.)
as. By John 'A. Newlin, Engineer: in
ular 214, Forest Service.)
iood Timber. By W. H. Long, Forest
Pp. 6. (Circular 216, Forest Serv-


Antonio Field Station. By S. H. Hast-
Field Station. Pp. 27, pls. 4. (Circular


Types of Proliferation in Alfalfa. By
[II.] A New System of Cotton Culture


R. AB
. By


O. F. CooL
A. C. Dilln
Miscellaneou
Swingle.
Fritz Kno:
The Artific
( Circula r
Miscellaneou


Effici
Agen
-i- A


eucy.
cies ti


Ia1n
[II,


[III.] Grasses for Canal Banks in Western South Dakota.
. Pp. 31. figs. 10. CCircular 115, Bureau of Plant Industry.)
apers. [I.] The Fundamentals of Crop Improvement. By W
.] The Work of the Scottslluff Experiment Farm in 1912.


Irr. [III.] The Himalaya Blackberry. By H. P. Gould. [IV.]
cial Curing of Alfalfa Hay. By H. B. McClure. Pp. 31, figs. 7.
116. Bureau of Plant Industry.)
s Papers. [I.] The Bureau of Plant Industry, Its Functions and
By B. T. Galloway. [II.1 The Relation of Agricultural Extension
o Farm Practices. By C. Beaman Smith and K. H. Atwood. Pp.
' Pirl'*111 r" 117 iiRnllI1 nIf Pin ni TnTIAnllrlv


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


3 1262 08853 1057


Monthly
sion o
Foreign


CI


List of Publications for February, 1913.


>f Publications.)
Crops, February, 1913.


of Research and Reference.


Pp. 4.


(Document 781,


By Charles M. Daugherty, Chief of the Di,


Pp. 20.


(Circular 46, Buteau of Statistics


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-op Reporter, Vol. 15, No. 3, March, 1913. Pp. 17-24. (Burea of Statistis.)
The Crop Reporter is a two-column quarto publication deote to g
statistics. I


FARMERS'


BULLETIN.


NEW.
Fifty Common Birds of Farm and Orchard.


ical Survey.
513.) Price
Experiment S


Henry W
15 cents.


station


Work


Henshaw, Chief.


LXXIII.


Agricultural Experiment Stations.


Contents:


Beef


Cattle


Still


Alkali


Prepared in the Bureau of Bi61bg-


Pp. 31, il.


Compiled
Pp. 24. fi


Water-Drainage


in the South-Poultry


from
gs. 3.


*3 *
:;:' ^ ''_
. .' *I
Sf:


(Fanqurs' ai4~


Publicatiou s of


(Farmers' Bu


Wet Soils--Marrow


letin 522.)
Cabbage-


Raising-Cost of Producing ili k-


Powder Starters-Sheep-Branding Paints-Corporation among Fruit Growers.


Drainage


on the Farm.


A. G.


Management, Bureau of Plant Industry.


524.)
Raising Guinea Pigs.
voy. Pp. 12, figs. 5.


Smith,


Pp. 27


Agriculturist,


fgs. 15.


Ofie


(Fa rmers'


of Farm


Bulletin
* '- .: /* *


By David E. Lantz, Assistant, Bureau of BXoogit
(Farmers' Bulletin 525.)


SEPARATES,
NEW.
Work and Expenditures of the Agricultural Experiment Stations for the year


ended June 30, 1911.


(0. E.


S. Doe. 3504.


tions, 1911.)


By E W. Allen and J. L. Scharte. Pp. v+53-230, pls. 9.
From Annual Report of the Office of TEperimn Sa-


PUBLICATIONS OF THE


WEATHER BUREAU.


Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtainable only from the Chief 'Aft: e


Weather


Bureau


or the Superintendent


of Documents,


Government PB~


Office, at the prices noted.
Forecasting the Weather.
(Bulletin 42, Weather I
Monthly Weather Review,


direction


of Willis L. Moore,


maps 2, charts 8.


By George S. Bliss, Section Direc


bureau.)


Price, 5 cents.


Vol. 40, No. 12, December, 1912.


Chief,


B. No. 497.)


Weather


Bure


tori. Pp. 84 %d fi .

Prepare uawr the
an. Pp. 1 5-19,


Price, 35 cents; $4 a year.


National Monthly Weather Bulletin No. 2, for February, 1913, reppoe


ture a
United


rainfall


States.


with


[Weekly,


a summary


of weather


April-September,


contithrns


~lionthy,


througkot


remainder


Price, 25 cents a year.


Snow an
weekly


. Ice Bulletins
during the wi


IBureau stations,


n


for March 5,
lter season, I


11,
)ased


The s


upon


data


bullets are


regular


from


of yet.]


issued


WeaFrthe


supplemented by reports from seected cooperative observeas.


Price, 25 cents a year.


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