Monthly list of publications

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Monthly list of publications
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English
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United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Publications
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The Department
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November 1913
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Statement of Responsibility:
United States Department of Agriculture, Division of Publications.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-Oct. 1944.
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Description based on: Jan. 1897; title from caption.

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University of Florida
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This circular will be sent regularly to all


United


States


Department


who apply for it.

Agriculture,


WASHINGTON


D. C


No PCh'


''*r ?9. 1.93.


MONTHLY


LIST OF


PUBLICATIONS.


[NOVEMBER,


l9iS.]i


NoTE.-Copies of any of the publications
of .Agricnitural Research and seuarates


Weather Bu


and Chief o
Agriculture,


irean,


may
isioui


Wa.shington,


be obtained
of Publieat
D. C., as Ion


The edition of many of the publications
is exhausted applicants are respectfully


listed herein
therefrom


, except


free upon application
ions. United States I
g as the departments


iS *-j-''-c*-*.


t the Journlal
Ibliations of


to the


Editor


partt ment


limited, and when same


referred to the superintendent of do'ii-


meats, Government Printing Office.
of the joint resolution of March 2


sell them at


Washington. D.


1904.


rices herein given.


C., who, under the provisions


is empowered


lint


of documents for publications without sending the


not distribute them e


except


sale.


The pr'


to have repri nts made


1)p)ly to I
price of


the superintendentI


same. I,


docul ment.


as he does


tufles4


other-


*vise
The


loted


is 5 ceuts.


Depa rtm,


et of


the puiblicalions


of agricult


itr', or of tfl


I griulW t
other d
e State


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dloes


(j'utnia


ide ci'


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Goern'finenft.


C .'rjiCtI Ni Cu


Slatef


11071.9.


REPORTS.


Annual
. pls. 6


Report of The


Price,


Gunam A


ricultural


Experiment Station


for 1012.


cents.


Pp. 29,


Report of the Chief of the


Division of Acco


uments. 1913.


Report of tile Appointment Clerk.


1913.


ft/ e disvlribulon


b~oa rd.~s


*


rrot tli.s;t/il


riuts flllil Disbur~e






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2


Report of the Director of the Office of Public Roads, 1913.


Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Soils, 1913.


Report of the solicitor, 191l
Report of the Chief of the


Pp. 13.


Pp. 8.


Pp. 28.


Weather Bureau, 1913.


SERIALS.

Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol. 1. No. 2. November. 1913. Contents:
The Occurrence of a Cotton Boll Weevil in Arizoha. By W. Dwight Pierce.-
The Diagnosis of Dourine by Compjement Fixation. By John R. Mohler,
Adolph Eichhorn, and John AM. Buek.-Three Undeseribed Heart-tots of
Hardwood Trtes, Espeially of Oak. y W. 1. Loig.-'-Indlvidaiil Variation
in the Alkaloidal Content of Belladonna Plants. By Arthur F. Sievers.-The
Pubescent-Fruited Species of Prunus of the Southwestern States. By Silas
C. Mason. Pp. 89-178, pls. 6-16, figs. 8. Price, 25 cents.


NOTE.-The JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH will be
only to the libraries of agricultural colleges and experiment
universities, technical schools, and such institutions as m
changes with the department. It will not be sent free to i
superintendent of documents will receive subscriptions for
the price being $2.50 per volume of 12 numbers.


distributed free
stations, to large
ake suitable ex-
individuals. The
this publication,


Experiment Station Record. Vol. XXIX. No. 5. October, 1913. E. W. Alleti,
Ph. D., editor. Pp. 401-500. Price, 15 cents.
The record contains numerous abstracts of the publications of the agricUl-
tural experiment stations and kindred institutions in this and other countries,
articles and editorials on topics of special interest in agricultural science by
American and foreign experts, and notes on the experiment stations The
superintendent of documents has fixed the price of this serial, which is now
issued in two volumes a year, nine numbers each, at $1 a volume.


soIL StTVEYS.


Soil Survey of Chester County, South Carolina. By W. E, McLenilon and G. A.
Orabb. Pp. 41, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1912.) Price. 15 tents.
Soil Survey of La Crosse County, Wisconsin. By W. J. Geib and Clarence
Lounsbury, of the U. S. Department of Agriculttiure, and T. J. DThtiCWaid, of
the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. Pp. 45, fig. 1, map.
(From F. O. Soils, 1911.) Price, 15 cents.


BULLETINS.


The Refrigeration of Dressed Poultry in Transit.
Food Research Laboratory; A. D. Greenlee, Ass
E. Witmer, Ht. A. McAleer, M. K. Jenkins, J.
H. C. Robertson, and E. L. Connolly. Pp. 35,


By ML E. Penlingto Othief,
instant Chemist; H. CO Pierce,
S. Hepburnl, M. O. Sthiei,
pl. 1, figs. 19. Conotributiol


I~


I




4

1~ I


Work, Costs, and Returns in Commercial Orcharding in
J. H. Arnold, Agituttiirl~, Office of Fait Mahageliuent.


Contribution fro"m

Cereal Investigations


~am~thtaiit,


Agricultural


Qfltn


the Bureau of Plant Industry.


at the Nephi


of Celrwa


Experint t


Bureau of Plant Industry.


Substatili.i


1bi~ves~tl~attou~s


StNotioA) Pp.
Nov. 25, 3913,.


4Nov. 21,


B P. V.
Coopetatl(


West Virginia.


Pp. 2
1913-


on witth


C~OnttltEiof~Uib


(Department Bulletin 30.)


;4, figs. 3.
(Depart-

tti^ ltal
the Utah
from the


Price,


10 ~~et&i


At Afss tant Ahraulfit MtiNiag andt iin uthetir New Pg TSrk ib 0.
Burritt, Assistant Agriculturist, and John H. Barronz Agenit, @ Off liatn


NfOt.;


figs. 5. Contribution from
(lt .ialThbt Wiulletin 32.)


the Bureau


Price, 5 cents.


of Plant


Studies of
Sherman,


Primary
Assistant


and Charles J.


kets.


Seed


Nov. 15


Selection


Alkali


from
38.)


Bran
1913.


Cotton


Market


in Market
d. Chief.


of Egyptian
Drought Resi


the Bureau


Price, 5 cents.


of Plant


Surv
Pp. 3


Conditions
'eys; Frtdi


16.


in Oklahomam


Cott~irn


Contribution from


(Department Bulletin 36.)


Cotto
.stant


n. By
Plant


Industry.


Thomas
Investigation


Nov.


Bt Wells A.
TcChnologist;


the Office of Mar-


Price, 5 cents.
H. Kearney,
ons. Pp. 8.


1913.


Physiologist,
Contribution


(Department Bulletin


Experiments


in the Use of


Spotted Fever Tick.


of Entomology.


'N1Tv


ByH
22, 1


Sheep in i
. P. Wood.


913.


:he Eradication


Pp. 11.


of the


Rocky


Mountain


Contribution from the Bureau


(Department Bulletin 45.)


Price, 5 cents.


Lessons for


American Potato


Orton, Pathologist in
Investigations. Pp.


Nov.


1913.


Growers


from


German


Experiences.


Charge of Cotton and Truck Disease and


Contribution


from


(Department Bulletin 47.)


the Bureau


Price, 5 cents.


Plai


By W. A.
Sugar-Plant
it Industry.


The Us
sion.]


e Book:
Pp. 88.


A Manual for Use
(Forest Service.)


rs of the


National


Price, 10 cents.


Forests.


[Fourth Revi-


FARMERS'


BULLETINS.


The Agricultural


11, 1913.


Outlook.


Contribution from the Bureau


of Statistics.


Nov.


Contains estimates of the amount and value of the principal crops


produced in the


United States in 1913.


NOTE.-The Agricultural


Farmers'
tinted.


UWVP j


Bulletin,


Pp. 14.


(Farmers'


Bulletin 563.)


Outlook will be issued at irregular intervals as


superseding


the Crop


Reporter,


which


been


discon-


SEPARATES.


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PUBLICATIONS OF THE


Publications of the


Weather


WEATHER BUREAU.
V F 'THER


Bureau are obtainable only from the Ch14fL of


the Weather Bureau or the Superintendent of Documents, Government Prlititng


Office, at the prices noted herein.


Monthly Weather Review,


charts 7.


B. No. 515.)


vol. 41, No. 8, August, 1913.


Price, 35 cents


$4 a year.


Pp. 1131-1284, maps 2,


National Weekly


Weath(


perature and rainfall,


United


States.


Weekly


er Bulletin No. 30, for November, 1913, reporting tern
with a summary of weather conditions throughout the


April-September,


Monthly


remainder


- gyear.


Price, 25 cents a year.


Jos. A. ARNOLD,
Editor and Chief Division of Pibtications,


Approved.
D. F.


HOUSTON,


Secretary of


Agriculture.


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