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Organization lists of the agricultural colleges and experiment stations in the United States with a list of agricultural experiment stations in foreign countries
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U. S. DEPARTMENT


OF AGRICULTURE.


OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS-BULLETIN NO. 111.
A. C. TRUE, Director.




ORGANIZATION LISTS

OF THE


AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS

IN THE


UNITED


STATES.


WITH


A LIST OF AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS
IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.


MARCH,


1902.


WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.


1902.























U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
.OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS,
Washington, D. C., MareA 1, 190IS.:
SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith manuscript of a bulletin
containing the organization lists of agricultural colleges and expei-
ment stations and a subject list of publications of the experiment
stations received by this Office during 1901. The list of agricultural
experiment stations and kindred institutions in foreign countries ble
been revised and a list of publications from such institutions has been
added. The matter has been compiled under my direction by Mr. P.
J. Crosby and Miss M. T. Spethmann, of this Office, and I recom$nn d
its publication as Bulletin No. 111. l
Respectfully, A. C. TRUE,
Director.
Hon. .TAMES WILSON,
Secretary of Agriculture.


























CONTENTS.


Page.
Key to abbreviations ..-- .......--.-----------......-..--..-..--..-- ...... 4
The Office of Experiment Stations..---..-------------.....---- -..-.----... 5
Officers of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment
Stations ..----...-..----- ----.---------------..-----------.--------.. -- 6
Officers and referees of the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists of
the United States...---- --.. ---.----------.......-.... ---........--..--- 7
Officers of the Association of Economic Entomologists ...................... 8
Officers of the Association of Veterinarians of Experiment Stations ----.--..- 9
Officers of the American Association of Farmers' Institute Workers --..----.. 10
Agricultural colleges and experiment stations in the United States, with gov-
erning boards, courses of study, boards of instruction, and station staffs..-. 11
Station publications received during 1901 ----.---.---.............-........ 74
Foreign experiment stations--............................ ...... --......... 85
Foreign station publications received during 1901 -..--..----...--........... 102
Index of names ..---.--.........---- ..----- ...-.....----............-- -... 112
















KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS.


(Adjunct), Adjunct professor.
Agr., Agriculture, Agriculturist, Agricul-
tural.
Agron., Agronomy, Agronomist.
Anal., Analytical.
Anal., Anatomy.
Arbor., Arboriculture, Arboriculturist.
Archi., Architecture.
Arith., Arithmetic.
Assoc., Associate.
(Assoc.), Associate Professor.
Asst., Assistant.
(Asst.), Assistant Professor.
Astron., Astronomy.
Bact., Bacteriology, Bacteriologist.
Biol., Biology, Biologist, Biological.
Bot., Botany, Botanist, Botanical.
Chair., Chairman.
Chem., Chemist, Chemistry, Chemical.
Climat., Climatology, Climatologist.
Dept., Department.
Dir., Director.
Econ., Economy, Economic,. Economics.
Elect., Electrical, Electricity.
Engin., Engineer, Engineering.
Engl., English.
Ent., Entomology, Entomologist.
Expt., Experiment, Experimental
Flor., Floriculture, Florist.
For., Forestry.
Gard., Gardener, Gardening.
Geol., Geology, Geologist, Geological.
Geog., Geography.
Gov., Governor.
Hist., History, Historical.
Hort., Horticulture, Horticulturist.
Husb., Husbandry, Husbandman.
Indus., Industrial, Industries, Industry.


Instr., Instructor.
Irrig., Irrigation.
Lab., Laboratory.
Lang., Language, Languages.
Libr., Library, Librarian.
Lit., Literature.
Math., Mathematics.
Mech., Mechanics, Mechanical.
Met., Meteorology, Meteorologist.
Mil., Military.
Min., Mineralogist, Mineralogy.
Myc., Mycology, Mycologist.
Path., Pathology, Pathologist.
Pedag., Pedagogics, Pedagogy.
Philos., Philosophy.
Phys., Physics, Physicist, Physical.
Physiol., Physiology, Physiological, Phys-
iologist.
Polit., Political.
Pomol., Pomology, Pomologist.
Pract., Practical, Practice. '
Prep., Preparatory.
Pres., President.
Prin., Principal.
Psych., Psychology.
Rhet., Rhetoric.
Sci., Science.
Sec., Secretary.
Sta., Station.
Sten., Stenographer, Stenography.
Supt., Superintendent.
Teleg., Telegraphy.
Treas., Treasurer.
Univ., University.
V. Dir., Vice-Director.
Vet., Veterinary, Veterinarian.
Vit., Viticulture, Viticulturist.
Zool., Zoology, Zoologist.







... .... .. .











THE OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


STAFF.
A. C. TRUE, Ph. D., Director.
E. W. ALLEN, Ph. D., Assistant Director and Editorof Experiment Station Record.
EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS.
E. W. ALLEN and H. W. LAWSON, B. S., Chemistry, dairy farming, and dairying.
W. H. BEAL, B. A., M. E., Meteorology, fertilizers, soils, and agricultural engineer-
ing; editor of Experiment Station Work.
W. H. EVANs, Ph. D., Botany and diseases of plants.
C. F. LANGWORTHY, Ph. D., Foods and animal production.
J. I. SCHULTE, B. S., Field crops.
E. V. WILCOX, Ph. D., Entomology and veterinary science.
C. B. SMITH, M. S., Horticulture.
D. J. CROSBY, M. S., Agricultural institutions.
WILLIAM HENRY, Indexing and proof reading.
G. A. HARLOW, Librarian.
Mrs. C. E. JOHNSTON, Clerk in charge of routine business.
SARAH L. SOMMERS, Record clerk.
ALASKA EXPERIMENT STATIONS.
C. C. GEORGESON, M. S., Special agent in charge, Sitka.
F. E. RADER, B. S., Assistant at Sitka.
H. P. NIELSEN, Assistant at Kenai.
Assistant at Rampart.
HAWAII EXPERIMENT STATION.
JARED G. SMITH, Special agent in charge, Honolulu.
T. F. SEDGWICK, Agriculturist.
FRANK E. CONTER, Farm foreman.
PORTO RICO EXPERIMENT STATION.
F. D. GARDNER, Special agent in charge, Rio Piedras, near San Juan.
0. W. BARRETT, Entomologist and botanist.
JAMES MACKINLAY, Farm foreman.
NUTRITION INVESTIGATIONS, MIDDLETOWN, CONN.
W. O. ATWATER, Ph. D., Special agent in charge.
C. D. WOODS, B. S., Special agent at Orono, Me.
F. G. BENEDICT, Ph. D., Physiological chemist.
R. D. MILNER, Ph. B., Assistant.
IRRIGATION INVESTIGATIONS.
ELWOOD MEAD, M. S., C. E., Irrigation expert in charge.
C. T. JOHNSTON, M. S., C. E., Expert assistant in charge of Cheynne Office.
J. M. WILSON, C. E., Agent and expert in charge of California Office.
R. P. TEELE, M. A., Editorial assistant.
CLARENCE E. TAIT, B. S., Assistant in charge of maps and illustrations.
A. P. STOVER, B. S., Assistant.
J. D. STANNARD, B. S., Assistant.
FRANK ADAMS, B. A., Agent and expert.
FRANK BOND, B. S., Agent and expert.













OFFICERS


OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL
COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


President,
W. M. LIGGETT, Of Minnesota.
Vice-Presidents,


W. O. THOMPsON, of Ohio;
H. J. WATERS, of Missouri;


J. H. WASnBURN, of Rhode Island;
J. H. WORST, of North Dakota;
J. C. HARDY, of Mississippi.


Secretary and Treasurer,
E. B. VOORHEES, of New Jersey.

Bibliographer,
A. C. TRUE, of Washington, D. C.
Executive Committee,
H. H. GOODELL, of Massachusetts, Chair.; ALEXIS COPE, of Ohio;
G. W. ATHERTON, of Pennsylvania; H. C. WHITE, of Georgia;
Ex oficio: The PRESIDENT; the JUNIOR EX-PRESIDENT (A. W. HARRIS) ; the StmoArnT.
Chairmen of Sections,
Agriculture and Chemistry, H. J. WATERS, Entomology, F. M. WEBSTER, of Ohio,
of Missouri; Mechanic Arts, H. W. TYLER, of Mama.
Horticulture and Botany, J. CRAIG, of chusetts;
New York; College Work, J. L. SNYDER, of Michigan.
Secretaries of Sections,


Agriculture and Chemistry, C. G. HOP-
KINS, of Illinois;
Horticulture and Botany, AVEN NELSON,
of Wyoming;


Entomology, H. E. SUMMERS, of Iowa;
Mechanic Arts, F. P. ANDERSON, of Ken-
tucky.
College Work, W. E. Stone, of Indiana.


endingg Committees,
Indexing Agricultural Literature, A. C. TRUE, of Washington, D. C., Chairman.
Methods of Teaching Agriculture, J. H. CONNELL, of Texas, Chairman.
Graduate Study at Washington, C. NORTHROP, Of Minnesota, Chairman.
Uniform Fertilizer Laws, H. J. WHEELER, of Rhode Island, Chairman.
Military Instruction in Land-grant Colleges, G. W. ATHERTON, Of Pennsylvania,
Chairman.
Cooperation Between Stations and U. S. Department of Agriculture, E. A. BRYAN,
of Washington, Chairman.
Pure-food Legislation, W. A. WITHERS, of North Carolina, Chairman.
Animal and Plant Breeding, W. M. HAYS, of Minnesota, Chairman.
Cooperative Exhibit-Agriculture, W. H. JORDAN, of New York, Chairman.
Cooperative Exhibit-Mechanic Arts, W. E. STONE, of Indiana, Chairman.
Advisory Committee on Programme, E. A. BRYAN, Of Washington, Chairman.










OFFICERS AND REFEREES OF THE ASSOCIATION OF OFFICIAL AGRI-
CULTURAL CHEMISTS OF THE UNITED STATES.


President,
H. J. WHEELER, Kingston, R. I.
iVice- President,
R. J. DAVIDSON, Blacksburg, Va.

Secretary,
11. W. WILEY, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
Executive (onmmittee,
The PRESIDENT; the VICE-PRESIDENT; the SECRETARY; C. G. HOPKINS, Urbana, Ill.;
F. D. FULLER, Geneva, N. Y.

Referees,


Phosphoric acid, C. H. JONES, Burlington,
Vt.;
Potash, H. B. McDONNELL, College Park,
Md.;
Nitrogen-determination of nitrogen, F.
W. MORSE, Durham, N. H.;
Nitrogen-separation of nitrogenous bod-
ies, L. L. VAN SLYKE, Geneva, N. Y.;
Soils, F. P. VEITCH, Washington, D. C.;
Ash, G. S. FRAPS, Raleigh, N. C.;
Associate
Phosphoric acid, B. H. HITE, Morgan-
town, W. Va.;
Potash, C. P. BEISTLE, State College, Pa.'
Nitrogen-determination of nitrogen, E.
B. HOLLAND, Amherst, Mass.;
Nitrogen-separation of nitrogenous bod-
ies, R. HARCOURT, Guelph, Ontario;
Soils, C. C. MOORE, Washington, D. C.;


Dairy products, G. W. CAVANAUGH, Ith-
aca, N. Y.;
Foods and feeding stuffs, C. A. BROWNE, jr.,
State College, Pa.;
Tannin, W. H. TEAS, Ridgway, Pa.;
Insecticides, J. K. HAYWOOD, Washing-
ton, D. C.;
Sugar, G. L. SPENCER, Washington, D. C.;
Food adulteration, W. D. BIG ELOW, Wash-
ington, D. C.

Referees,
Ash, F. T. SHUTT, Ottawa, Canada;
Dairy products, C. A. BROWNE, jr., State
College, Pa.;
Foods and feeding stuffs, F. D. FULLER,
Geneva, N. Y.;
Tannin, G. A. KERR, Damascus, Va.;
Insecticides, J. EMORY, Washington, D. C.


Sugar, L. M. TOLMAN, Washington, D. C. (optical methods); L. S. MUNSON, Wash-
ington, D. C. (chemical methods); D. S. DAVOL, Caro, Mich. (special analytical
methods used in sugar industry).
Food adulteration, W. D. BIGELOW, Washington, D. C. (meat and fish, fermented and
distilled liquors); L. M. TOLMAN, Washington, D. C. (fats and oils, dyes); A.
McGILL, Ottawa, Canada (cereal products); H. W. WILEY, Washington, D. C.
(infant and invalid foods); A. E. LEACH, Boston, Mass. (saccharine products);
L. S. MUNSON, Washington, D. C. (vegetables-canned, dried, or otherwise pre-
served); W. H. ELLIS, Toronto, Ontario (tea and coffee); F. T. HARRISON, London,
Ontario (cocoa); A. L. WINTON, New Haven, Conn. (spices and condiments, baking
powders, and baking-powder chemicals); W. FREAR, State College, Pa. (vinegar);
A. S. MITCHELL, Milwaukee, Wis. (flavoring extracts); L. M. TOLMAN and L. S.
MUNSON, Washington, D. C. (fruit products); W. M. ALLEN, Raleigh, N. C. (pre-
servatives).




























OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGISTS.


President,

A. D. HOPKINS, of West Virginia.

First Vice-President,

E. P. FELT, of New York.

Second Vice-President,

T. D. A. COCKERELL, of New Mexico.

Secretary,

A. L. QUAINTANCE, of Maryland.



























OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF EXPERIMENT STATION VETERINA-
RIANS OF THE UNITED STATES.


President,

W. H. DALRYMPLE, of Louisiana.

Vice-President,

G. E. NESOM, of South Carolina.

Secretary- TreaTnrer,

J. J. REPP, Of Iowa.

Trustees,

JAMES LAW, of New York.
COOPER CURTICE, of Rhode Island.
D. E. SALMON, U. S. Department of Agriculture.

























OFFICERS OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF FARMERS'
INSTITUTE WORKERS.


President,

W. L. AMosS, of Maryland.

Vice-President,

W. L. HUTCHINSON, of Mississippi.

Secretary- Treasurer,

G. C. CREELMAN, of Ontario.

Executive Committee,

The PRESIDENT and the SECRETARY-TREASURER, ex officio.
FRANKLIN DYE, of New Jersey; C: D. SMITH, of Michigan; M. F. GREELEY,
of South Dakota.












AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


ALABAMA.

Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Trustees: Gov. W. D. Jelks (Pres. ex officio), Montgomery; John W. Abercrombie
(Supt. of Education, ex officio), Montgomery; Jonathan Haralson, Selma; Thomas Wil-
liams, Wetumpka; J. A. Bilbro, Gadsden; J. M. Carmichael, Ozark; W. K. Terry,
Birmingham; T. H. Frazer, Mobile; I. F. Purser, Opelika; R. F. Ligon, jr., ,1,ontgomery;
Tancred Betts, Huntsville; W. C. Whitaker, Tuscaloosa; E. T. Glenn (Treas.),
Auburn; J. H. Drake (Surgeon), Auburn; R. W. Burton (Sec.), Auburn.

COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are seven. Five of these require four years each for complex"
tion, and lead to the degree of B. S.: Course in chemistry and agriculture, course in
mechanics and civil engineering, course in electrical and mechanical engineering,
course in pharmacy, and general course. The two remaining courses require two
years each and lead to a certificate: Two years' course in agriculture and two years'
course in mechanic arts.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


President of the
Otis D. Smith, M. A., LL. D., Math.
Patrick H. Mell, M. E., PH. D., Bot. and
Geol.
James H. Lane, C. E., M. A., PH. D.,
LL. D., Civil Engin. and Drawing.
Chas. Coleman Thach, M. A., Engl. and
Polit. Econ.
George Petrie, M. A., PH. D., Hist. and
Latin.
Bennett B. Ross, M. S., General and Agr.
Chem. and State Chem.
John J. Wilmore, M. E., Mech. Engin. and
Dir. of Lab.
Chas. A. Carey, B. S., D. V. M., Physiol.
and Vet. Sci.
"Emerson R. Miller, PHAR. MI., M. S.,
Pharm.
John F. Duggar, M. S., Agr.
E. M. Wilcox, PH. D., Biol. and Hort.
Arthur St. C. Dunstan, M. E., C. E.,
Elect. Engin. and Phys.
John E. Wiatt, M. A., Modern Lang.
Bolling H. Crenshaw, M. E., (Assoc.)
Mech. Engin. and Math.
Benj. S. Patrick, E. and M. E., Comman-
dant and (Acting) Mil. Sci.


College and of the Station Council.
Enoch M. Mason, (Acting) Pharm.
James P. C. Southall, M. A., (Asst.)
Phys.
Michael T. Fullan, M. S., (Asst.) Mech.
Arts.
Clifford LeR. Hare, M. S., (Asst.) Chem.
Lab.
Robt. J. Trammell, C. E., (Asst.) Mech.
Arts.
Wm. O. Scroggs, M. S., Asst. Libr. and
Amst. in Engl.
Wm. W. Hill, E.and M. E., Asst. in Mech.
Arts.
Thomas Bragg, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
A. F. Jackson, B. S., Asst. in Engl. and
Math.
M. S. Sloan, B. S., Asst. in Elect. Engin.
J. T. Letcher, B. S., Asst. in Engl.
P. S. Haley, B. S., Asst. in Civil Engin.
and Drawing.
H. E. Werner, B. S., Asst. in Mech. Arts.
J. B. Jackson, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
J. O. Goggans, B. S., Asst. in Vet. Sci.
Jesse Wright Boyd, B. S., Asst. in Latin
and Hist.
J. C. Phelps, B. S., Asst. Chem.


aOn leave.






AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


Agricultural Experiment Station of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute, I
Auburn.
Department of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute.

STATION STAFF.

P. H. Mell, M. E., PH. D., Dir.; Bot. C. L. Hare, M. S., 1st Ast. Chem.
B. B. Ross, M. S., Chem. Thomas Bragg, B. S., 2d Ast. Chem.
C. A. Cary, B. S., D. V. M., Vet. J. C..Phelps, B. S., Sd Asst. Chem.
J. F. Duggar, M. S., Agr. T. U. Culver, Supt. Farm.
E. M. Wilcox, PH. D., Biol. R. W. Clark, Asst. in Agr.
J. T. Anderson, Pa. D., Assoc. Chem. C. F. Austin, Asst. Hort.
G. F. Freeman, Sec.

Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes, Normal.
GOVERNING BOARD.

Trustees: Gov. Wm. D. Jelks, Montgomery; John O. Turner (Supt. Pub. InEr.),
Montgomery; A. S. Fletcher (Chair.), Huntsville; S. J. Mayhew, Huntville; Daniel
Coleman (Sec.), Huntsville; W. I. Wellman (Treas.), Huntsville.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The college is divided into two departments, literary and industrial. The courses
requiring four years for completion are as follows: Scientific, agricultural, and
mechanical. Courses covering from one to three years are given in a number of
different industrial and literary subjects.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


W. H. Council, PH. D., President;
H. E. Archer, M. S., Prin. Dept. Natural
and Phys. Sci.
G. R. Masterson, Prin. Dept. Math.
J. Jay Scott,' B. A., B. D., Chaplain;
Prin. Dept. Bible Training.
W. A. Simmons, B. A., Prin. Depts. Engl.
and Business Training.
Theo. Strothers, Commandant.
A. W. Hunton, Bookkeeper; Prin. Commer-
cial Dept.
J. C. Jolly, Prin. Dept. Domestic Sci.
H. L. Phillips, Prin. Dept. Mech. Arts.
T. J. Garth, Farm Manager.
S. W. McCall, Typewriting.
Hattie Walker, Laundress.
Justina Ford, M. D., Resident Physician.
C. B. Lee, Asst. Sec. and Lang.
Effie Andrews, Asst. in Engl.
George Bridgeforth, Prin. Agr. Dept.
K. V. Scott, Asst. in Fungl.
Ida Myller, Writing and Drawing.


Ancient History and Mental Science.
Mamie Masterson, Kindergartner, libr.
Mrs. G. E. Masterson, Sewing.
Loretto Brownlow, Asst. in Engl.
Clarence Bauton, Asst. Bookkeeper.
Lula Jolly, Matron Domestic Arts.
Willie Nickols, Asst. Libr.
Ardelle Brooks, Asst. in Engl.
W. A. Scott, Blacksmithing and Machin-
ery.
A. J. Williams, Printing.
William Handy, Focal Music and Engl.
H. M. Archer, Sec. Faculty; Prin. Depts.
Lang. and Music.
A. W. Hunton, Sec. to Pres.
A. Horton, Shoemaking.
C. C. Duncan, Art Painting.
Charles Miller, Purchasing Agent.
Isora Garrett, Asst. (Prest.'s) Sec.
J. L. Threat, Asst. Seamstress.
Walter K. Taylor, Plumbing.
J. A. Towns, Asst. in Blackemithing.


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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


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Canebrake Agricultural Experiment Station, Uniontorn.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Control: R. R. Poole (Conm. of Agr., ex officio), Montgomery; J. Huggins,
Newbern; A. Sledge, Whilsett; G. D. Stollenwerck, Uniontown; M. Walker, Fauns-
dale; W. M. Munford, Uniontown.

STATION STAFF.

J. M. Richeson, M. S., Dir. and Sec. M. Walker, Treas.
J. F. Connor, V. M. D., Vet.

Agricultural School of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute,
Tuskegee.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Trustees: Geo. W. Campbell (Pres.), Tuskegee; George W. Chaney ( V. Pres.), Leo-
minster, Mass.; R. C. Bedford (Sec.), Beloil, lVis.; Warren Logan (Treas.), Tuskegee;
Lewis Adams, Tuskegee; Charles W. Hare, Tuskegee; Booker T. \Washington, Tuskegee;
J. W. Adams, Montgomery; John C. Grant, Chicago, Ill.; George A. Gordon, Boston,
Mass.; Charles F. Dole, Boston, Mass.; J. G. Phelps Stokes, New York City; S. C.
Dizer, Boston, Mass.; Win. H. Baldwin, jr., New York City; R. O. Simpson, Furman;
Robert C. Ogden, New York City; George Foster Peabody, New York City; Hugh H.
Hanna, Indianapolis, Ind.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The institute is divided into five departments: Academic, music, Bible training
school, mechanical industries, and agriculture.
The school of agriculture offers two two-year courses in agriculture-one to young
men and one to young women.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

Booker T. Washington, Principal of the Institute.
George W. Carver, Dir. L. J. Watkins, Flor. and Landscape Gard.
Charles W. Greene, Manager IHome Farm. W. C. Smith, Asst. in Flor. and Landscape
George W. Owens, In Charge of Dairy Gard.
Herd. F. H. Cardozo, Hort.
William J. Claytor, Stock Raising. C. J. Calloway, In Charge of Agr. Exten-
Byrd T. Crawford, Dairying. sion Work.

Tuskegee Agricultural Experiment Station, Tuskegee.

Department of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.

STATION STAFF.

George W. Carver, Dir. Byrd T. Crawford, Dairying.
Charles W. Greene, Manager Home Farm. L. J. Watkins, Flor. and Landscape Gard.
George W. Owens, In Charge of Dairy W. C. Smith, Flor. and Landscape Gard.
Herd. C. J. Calloway, In Charge of Agr. Exten-
William J.,Claytor, Stock Raising. sion Ilork.
F. H. Cardozo, Hort. J. C. Banks, Sten.






14 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

ALASKA.

Alaska Agricultural Experiment Stations, itka, Kenai, and Rampart.

Under the supervision of A. C. True, Director Office of Experiment Stations, United
States Department of Agriculture.
STATION STAFF.
C. C. Georgeson, M. S., Special Agent in F. E. Rader, Ast. at Sika.
Charge, Silka. Hans P. Nielsen, Asst. at Kenai.
Asst. at Rampart.

ARIZONA.

University of Arizona, Tucson.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: William Herring (Chancellor), Tucson; James A. Zabriskie
(Sec.), Tucson; H. B. Tenney (Treas.), Tucson; Anthony V. Grossetta, Tucson; Gov.
N. O. Murphy (ex officio), Phoenix; R. L. Long (ex officio) (Territorial Supt. of Public
Instruction), Phoenix.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The university offers four regular four-year courses of study leading to a degree,
viz, literary, scientific, engineering and mining, and agriculture; also a short course
in assaying.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


F. Yale Adams, M. A., Acting President; Economics.


William P. Blake, PH. B., M. A., Geol.,
Metallurgy, and Mining; Dir. School of
Mines.
Howard J. Hall, M. A., Engl.; Libr.
Robert H. Forbes, M. S., Chem.; Dir.
and Chem. Agr. Expt. Sta.
Sherman M. Woodward, M. A., Math.;
Met. Agr. Expt. Sta.
Frank N. Guild, B. S., Min. and (Assoc.)
Chem.
Alfred J. McClatchie, M. A., Agr. and
Short.
David H. Holmes, B. S., Shopwork and
Drawing.
Gordon H. True, B. S., Animal Husb.
a William W. Skinner, M. S., Photography.


George E. P. Smith, C. E., Phys. and
Engin.
J. J. Thornber, M. A., Bot.; Biol. Agr.
Expt. Sn.
Geo. W. Cole, C. E., Capt., U. S. A., Cbm-
mandant of Cadets; Math.
Louise H. Foucar, B. A., Ancient and
Modern Lang.
Opal L. McGaughey, B. E., Elocution and
Phys. Culture.
Mabel Gray Hoover, Domestic Sdi.
Hattie Ferrin, B. S., Instr. Prep. Dept.
"Mrs. Mary Bernard Aguirre, Instr. Hist.
and Spanish.
Nora Towner, ten.
Elbert J. Hollingshead, Bookkeeping.


Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Arizona, lTcson.

Department of the University of Arizona.
STATION STAFF.


R. H. Forbes, M.
A. J. McClatchie,
and Hort.
G. H. True, B.
Husb.


S., Dir., Chem
M. A. (Phoen

S. (Phoenix)


J. J. Thornber, M. A., Bot.
&ix), Agr. W. W. Skinner, M. S., Ast. Chem.
T. D. A. Cockerell (East Las Vegas, N.
,Animal Mex.), Consulting Ent.
S. M. Woodward, M. A., Consulting Met.
J. W. Shelor, Clerk.


*On leave of absence, 1901-2.


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ARKANSAS.
Arkansas Industrial University, Fayetterille.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Trustees: Gov. Jefferson Davis (e.r fficio Pres.), Little Rock; S. E. Marrs (Sec.),
Fayetterille; Otey Miller (Treas.), Fayetteville; H. N. Pharr, Marianna; W. H. Lang-
ford, Pine Bluff; C. C. Hamby, Prescott; H. L. Stroup, Paris; J. C. Mitchell, Fay-
etteville; V. Y. Cook, Elmo.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The university offers the following courses in the departments at Fayetteville:
Three in engineering, leading to the degrees of B. M. E., B. C. E., and B. E. E.; three
in literature and science, leading respectively to the degrees of B. A., B. Ph., and
B. S.; three short courses without degree, students in which at the end of the sopho-
more year may change to one leading to one of the above degrees, viz, normal,
mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering courses. There are also gradu-
ate courses. In addition to the above, the medical department and the law depart-
ment, both at Little Rock, have courses of study leading to the degrees of M. D. and
B. L., respectively.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


J. L. Buchanan, M.
A. E. Menke, D. Sci., F. C. S., PH. D.,
Chem. and Pihys.
F. W. Pickel, PH. D., Biol.
A. F. Lewis, PH. D., Hist.
G. K. Spencer, Capt., U. S. A., Mil. Sci.
and Tactics.
J. C. Futrall, M. A., Ancient Lang.
G. W. Droke, M. A., Math. and Astron.
C. E. Houghton, B. A., M. M. E., Mech.
Arts and Engin.
P. H. Walker, M. S., PH. D., (Assoc.)
Chem. and Phys.
B. J. Dunn, M. A., (Assoc.) Math.
J. J. Knoch, M. S., C. E., Civil Engin.
W. N. Gladson, M. S., E. E., PH. D., Elect.
Engin.
W. Carr, PH. D., (Assoc.) Engl. and Mod-
ern Lang.
E. F. Shannon, B. A., (Assoc.) Ancient
Lang.
A. H. Purdue, M. A., Geol. and Min.
S. J. McLean, M. A., LL. B., PH. D.,
Econ. and Sociology.
Junius Jordan, M. A., LL. D., Philos. and
Pedag.
Hadgie B. Davies, (Adjunct) Engl. and
Modern Lang.


A., LL. D., President.
W. A. Treadway, (Adjunct) Elect. Engin.
W. A. Read, PH. D., Engl. and Modern
Lang.
Mrs. Laura Anderson, Vocal Musi'.
Jennie Bowman, Instr. Elocutimn and Phys.
Culture.
"Mack Martin, B. M. E., A.st. Supt. Mech.
Engin.
B. N. Wilson, B. S., M. E. (Adjunct),
MeIchn.Eng and Ast. Supt. Mech. Arts.
Mrs. Neil Carothers, Libr.
W. K. Kendall, Prin. Prep. Dept.
G. A. Cole, M. A., Instr. Math.
Jobelle Holcomb, B. A., Instr. Latin and
Math.
Naomi Williams, Instr. Math. and Geog.
Mrs. E. W. Cole, M. L. L., Instr. Hist ,
Physiol., and Latin.
Mary A. Davis, Instr. Engl. and Hist.
Lina Read, B. A., Instr. Engl. and Latin.
C. L. Newman, B. S., Agr.
E. Walker, B. S., Agr., Hort.
H. Hudgins, (Adjunct) Civil Engin.
B. L. Wilson, Supt. Grounds and Buildings.
Julia Watkins, Supt. Dormitories.
John Grisson, Engineer.
W. Jackson, Asst. Instr. in Shops.


Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Fayetteville.
Department of Arkansas Industrial University.


R. L. Bennett, M. S., Dir.
R. R. Dinwiddie, M. D., Path. and Bact.
Ernest Walker, B. S. AGR Hort. and Ent.


N STAFF.
C. L. Newman, B. S., Agr.
J. F. Moore, B. S., Asst. Chem.
G. B. Irby, B. A., Asst. Agr. at Newport.


*On leave.

















327 Market st., San Francisco; Samuel U. Irving, 116 Battery at., S&a Franciwso;
jamin Ide Wheeler, Scenic ave., Berkeley; William T. Wallace, 799 Van Ness a we,
Francisco; Isaias W. Hellman, Nevada National Bank, San Francisco; Arthur
309 Montgomery st., San Francisco; J. F. Houghton, 838 Montgomery at., BSan
cisco; Chester Rowell, Fresno; J. A. Waymire, Alameda; C. W. Slack, 09 Muno -n4
ery at., San Francisco; J. B. Reinstein, 217 Sansome st., San Francisco; J. E, BJ
Stockton; Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst, Mills Building, San Francisco; W. H.. L. Barn
Crocker Building, San Francisco; C. N. Ellinwood, Cor. Pacific ame. and Devisadero ,'il
San Francisco; A. W. Foster, Mutual Life Insurance Building, San Francsco; GaCrret-:J
W. McEnerney, 309 Montgomery at., San Francisco; Geo. C. Pardee, Chronicle Building I
San Francisco.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The university comprises several departments. The college of agriculture has a':;i
four-years' course which leads to the degree of B. S. ..
BOARD..OF INSTRUCTION. b
Benjamin Ide Wheeler, PH. D., LL. D., President.
E. W. Hilgard, PH. D., LL. D., Agr.; E. H. Twight, B. S., Diplom6 E. A. M.,
Dir. Agr. Expt. Sta. Ast. in Vit.
E. J. Wickson, M. A., Agr. Pract. Leroy Anderson, M. S. A., Instr. Dairy .
W. A. Setchell, PH. D., Bot. Husb.
R. H. Loughridge, PH. D., (Ast.) Agr. A. R. Ward, B. S. A., D. V. M., imaar.ii
Geol. and Chem. Vet. Pract. and Bact.
C. W. Woodworth, M. S., (Asst.) Ent. J. H. Severin, Instr. Butter Making.
J. B. Davy, Asst. in Bot. E. H. Hagemann, Instr. Cheese Making.
M. E. Jaffa, M. S., (Asst.) Agr. A. J. Cook, M. S., Conductor Farmers' t
George E. Colby, M. S., Instr. Vit. Lab. Institutes.
D. T. Fowler, M. A., Conductor Farmers' Institutes.

Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of California, Berkeley.
Department of the University of California.
STATION STAFF.
E.W. Hilgard, PH.D., LL. D., Dir.; Chem. George E. Colby, M. S., Asst. Chem.a
E. J. Wickson, M. A., Hort. (Fruits, Waters, and Insecticides).
W. A. Setchell, PH. D., Bot. J. Burtt Davy, Asst. Bot.
R. H. Loughridge, PH. D., Agr. Geol. and Leroy Anderson, M. S. A., Dairy Husb. I
Phys. (Alkali Investigations). A. R. Ward, B. S. A., D. V. M., Vet. and'li
C. W. Woodworth, M. S., Ent. Bact.
M. E. Jaffa, PH. B.,.M. S., Asst. Chem. E. H. Twight, B. S., Diplom E. A. M., Pi.
(Foods, Soils, and Fertilizers). W. T. Clarke, Asst. Ent.
G. W. Shaw, PH. D., Asst. Chem. (Soils and C. H. Shinn, B. A., Inspector Sas.
Sugars). Emil Kellner, Foreman Grounds.
C. A. Colmore, Clerk to Dir.

SOn leave.
bIncludes only instructors in subjects directly-relating to agriculture. Other member of the ,!
university faculty may give instruction to students pursuing the agricultural course.
PI






AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS. 1'

OUTLYING STATIONS.

Southern Coast Range Station, F. D. Frost, Patron, Paso Robles; J. W. Neal, Foreman,
Paso Robles.
San Joaquin Valley Station, John Tuohy, Patron, Tulare; Julius Forrer, Foreman,
Tuare.
Sierra Foothill Station, R. C. Rust, Patron, Jackson; J. H. Barber, Foreman, Jackson.
Southern California Station, S. N. Androus, Patron, Chino; James W. Mills, Fore-
man, Ontario.
Chico Forestry Station, C. C. Royce, Patron, Chico; T. H. Bohlender, Workman in
Charge.
Santa Monica Forestry Station, Roy Jones, Patron, Santa Monica; William Shutt,
Foreman, Santa Monica.
COLORADO.

The State Agricultural College of Colorado, Fort Collins.

GOVERNING BOARD.
SThe State Board of Agriculture: P. F. Sharp (Pres.), Denver; A. M. Hawley
(Sec.), Fort Collins; J. C. Chipley (State Treas.), Dencer; C. H. Sheldon (Local
Treas.), Fort Collins; B. F. Rockafellow, Canon City; Mrs. E. F. Routt, Denver; Jesse
Harris, Fort Collins; Harlan Thomas, Denver; W. R. Thomas, Denver; J. L. Chat-
Sfield, Gypsum; B. U. Dye, Rockyford; Gov. J. B. Orman, Denver; B. O. Aylesworth,
Fort Collins.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are six, each requiring four years in addition to one year of
preparatory work, and each leading to the degree of B. S.: The agricultural course,
the mechanical engineering course, the irrigation and civil engineering course, the
ladies' course, the architectural course, and the veterinary science course. Provision
is made for post-graduate work. The degrees of C. E. and M. E. are conferred upon
those worthy of holding them by faculty action approved by the governing board.
A commercial course, covering a period of two years, is established, entrance to
which requires the same qualifications as for admission to the freshman class; no
degree is given.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Barton O. Aylesworth, M. A., LL. D.,
James W. Lawrence, B. S., Mech. Engin.
and Drawing.
Louis G. Carpenter, M. S., Civil and Irrig.
Engin.
Wendell Paddock, M. S., Bot. and Hort.
Clarence P. Gillette, M. S., Zool. and
Ent.
Geo. H. Glover, B. S., D. V. M., Vet. Sci.
B. C. Buffum, M. S., Agr.
William P. Headden, M. A., PH. D., Chem.
Theodosia G. Ammons, Domestic Sci.
Charles J. Gilkison, B. S., Prin. Commer-
cial Dept.
Edward B. House, B. S., E. E., Math.
A. M. Hawley, Sec. of the Faculty.
Edward M. Traber, B. A., Engl. and
Philos.
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President; Political Economy and Logic.
Virginia Corbett, Hist. and Lit.
Richard A. Maxfield, B. S., Mil. Sci. and
Tactics.
Edward P. Boyd, Archi.
J. A. Stump, Asst. in Phys. and Civil Engin.
Robert E. Trimble, B. S., Asst. in Met. and
Irrig. Engin.
A. P. Greenacre, B. S., Asst. in Mech.
Engin. and Drawing.
F. O. Rasmussen, B. S., Asst. in Forge
Room Work and Drawing.
William F. Garbe, Asst. in Foundry Prac-
tice.
A. H. Danielson, B. S., Asst. in Agro.
C. J. Griffith, B. S., Asst. in Dairy.
Fred M. Rolfs, B. S., Asst. in Bot. and
Hort.






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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


H. H. Orth, Ast. in Flor. and Landscape Charles Golding-Dwyre, jr., Asal. in Book-:
Gard. keeping.
Earl Douglass, B. S., Asst. in Chem. Ralph H. Hess, B. S., Asst. in Math.
Fred Alford, B. S., Asst. in Chem. Lathrop M. Taylor, B. 8., Asst. in Ste.
E. D. Ball, M. S., Asst. in Zool. and Ent. and Typewriting.
Joseph F. Daniels, Libr.
Frank H. Thompson, B. S., Sten.

Agricultural Experiment Station, Fort Collins.

Department of The State Agricultural College of Colorado.

STATION STAFF.


L. G. Carpenter, M. S., Dir.; Met. and
Irrig. Engin.
C. P. Gillette, M. S., Ent.
W. P. Headden, M. A., PH. D., Chem.
B. C. Buffum, M. S., Agr.
Wendell Paddock, M. S., Bot. and Hort.
A. H. Danielson, B. S., Asst. Agr.
F. M. Rolfs, B. S., Asst. Hort.
Harvey H. Griffin, B. S., Field Agt.
J. E. Payne, M. S., Field Agl.


A. M. Hawley, ec.
A. D. Milligan, Clerk and Sten.
Fred Alford, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Earl Douglass, Ast. Chem.
R. E. Trimble, B. S., Asst. Met. and trrig.
Engin.
E. D. Ball, M. S., Asst. Ent.
Ray Calloway, Foreman of Farm.
Arkansas Valley Substa., Rocklford.


CONNECTICUT.

The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven.

GOVERNING BOARD.

State Board of Control: Gov. George P. McLean (Pres.), Hartford; W. H. Brewer.
(Sec.), New Haven; E. H. Jenkins ( Treas.), New Haven; W. O. Atwater, Middletown;
Edwin Hoyt, New Canaan; J. H. Webb, Box 1425, New Haven; T. S. Gold, West
Cornwall; B. W. Collins, Meriden.
STATION STAFF.


E. H. Jenkins, PH. D., Dir.
A. L. Winton, PH. B., Chem.
T. B. Osborne, PH. D., Chem.
A. W. Ogden, PH. B., Chenm.
M. Silverman, PH. B., Chem.
I. F. Harris, PH. B., Chem.
W. E. Britton, B. S., Hort. and State Ent.
Walter Mulford, B. F., In Charge of
Forest Work and State For.


Miss V. E. Cole, Libr. and Clerk.
Miss L. M. Brautlecht, Asst. Clerk.
William Vietch, In Charge of Buildings
and Grounds.
Hugo Lange, Lab. Asst.
William Pokrob, Lab. Asst.
J. B. Olcott, Grass Card. (South Man-
chester).
V. L. Churchill, Sampling Agent.


The Connecticut Agricultural College, Storrs.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: Gov. George P. McLean (ex officio Pres.), Hartford; W. E.
Simonds ( V. Pres.), Hartford; George A. Hopson (Sec.), Wallingford; W. D. Holman
(Treas.), West Willington; E. S. Henry, Rockville; M. M. Frisbie, Southington; Edmund
Halladay, Suffield; E. H. Jenkins, New Haven; George S. Palmer, Norwich; B. C.
Patterson, Torrington.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


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COURSES OF STUDY.
The regular course of study requires four years for completion and leads to the
degree of B. Agr., and suitable candidates will be recommended for the degree of
PH. B. and B. S.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
R. W. Stimson, M. A., B. D., Acting President; English Literature and Oratory.


B. F. Koons, PH. D., Zool. and Natural
Hist.
C. S. Phelps, B. S., Agr.
A. G. Gulley, M. S., Hort.
C. A. Wheeler, B. A., Math.
H. S. Patterson, Shop Work and Mech.
Drawing.
H. R. Monteith, B. A., Polit. Econ., Hist.,
Civics, Latin, and Engl.
Marcia G. Greenough, B. A., PH. B.,
Music; Lady Prin.
Alberta T. Thomas, Domestic Sci. and A rt.
E. H. Lehnert, B. S., D. V. S., Physiol.
and Vet. Sci.
C. A. Meserve, PH. D., Chem., Phys., and
Mil. Sci.


C. L. Beach, B. S., (Asst.) Dairying.
E. O. Smith, B. S., (Asst.) Engl.
E. L. Raymond, B. A., Instr. Bot., For.,
and Landscape Archi.
Maj. J. W. Yerex, Instr. Penmanship,
Commercial Arith., Geog., Bookkeeping,
Sten., Typewriting, Business Laws and
Methods.
Edwina M. Whitney, PH. B., Instr. Ger-
man and Libr.
F. H. Stoneburn, Instr. Poultry Indus.
W. A. Warren, B. AGR., Instr. Greenhouse
Iork.
H. L. Garrigus, B. AGR., Instr. Field Work.
E. LeRoy Stevens, Instr. Horse Barn and
Team Work.


Storrs Agricultural Experiment Station, Storrs. a
Department of.The Connecticut Agricultural College.
STATION STAFF.


W. O. Atwater, PH. D., Dir. (Middletown).
C. S. Phelps, B. S., V. Dir., Agr.
F. E. Singleton, Sec. (Middletown).
H. W. Conn, Pa. D., Bact. (Middletown).


W. A. Stocking, jr., B. S. A., Dairy Ex-
perimenter.
W. M. Esten, M. S., Assi. in Dairy Bact.
(Middletown).


DELAWARE.

Delaware College, Newark.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: C. B. Lore (Pres.), Wilmington; Manlove Hayes ( : Pres.),
Dover; C. B. Evans (Sec. and Treas.), Newark; Gov. John Hunn (ex officio), Dover;
G. A. Harter (ex officio), Newark; S. M. Curtis, Newark; G. G. Evans, Newark;
W. H. Purnell, Newark; James Hossinger, Newark; H. G. M. Kollock, Newark;
J. C. Higgins, Delaware City; G. W. Marshall, Milford; J. H. Whiteman, Wifilming-
ton; George Biddle, Elkton; F. W. Curtis, Newark; W. T. Lynam, Wilmington;
D. W. Corbit, Odessa; Edward Reynolds, Middletown; L. H. Ball, Marshallton; I. S.
Vallandigham, Middletown; J. C. Stockly, Smyrna; J. B. Pennington, Dover; James
Pennewill, Dover; C. S. Conwell, Camden; W. F. Causey, Milford; H. W. Baker,
Seaford; E. R. Paynter, Georgetown; W. H. Stevens, Seaford.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are seven in number and require four years each for comple-
tion: The classical course and the Latin scientific course, each leading to the degree

*Telegraph address, Storrs via Williniantic; railroad station, express, and freight address, Eagleville.








of B. A.; the agricultural and the general-science courses, each leading to the degree:
of B. S.; and three courses in engineering, leading to the degrees of B. C. E., B. M. E.,;
and B. E. E. There are also a two-years' course and a short winter course eo
thirteen weeks in agriculture.


BOARD OF IJ

Geo. A. Harter, M. A., PH. D., P
T. R. Wolf, M. A., PH. D., Chem., Min.,
Sanitary Sci., and Geol.
Frederic H. Robinson, C. E., Civil Engin.
William H. Bishop, B. S., Agr. and Biol.
H. B. Eves, V. M. D., Vet. Sci.
W. A. Pratt, C. E., E. E., Mech. and Elect.
Engin.
E. N. Vallandigham, PH. B., Engl. Lang.
and Lit. and Polit. Sci.
E. W. Manning, M. A., PH. D., Modern
Lang.
Elisha Conover, M. A., Latin and Greek.
E. S. Avis, Captain, U. S. A. (Retired),
Mil. Sci. and Tactics; (Assoc.) Math. and
Engin.

The Delaware College Agricultu


Department of D


STATION


Arthur T. Neale, M. A., PH. D., Dir. and
Agr.
F. D. Chester, M. S., Myc.
C. P. Close, M. S., Hort.


INSTRUCTION.

resident; Mathematics and Physics.
Wm. H. Purnell, M. A., LL. D., h:ir.:,|
Elocution and Oratory. '
N. H. Brown, M. A., M. E., PH. D. (Asoe.)
Mech. and Elect. Engin.
E. Dwight Sanderson, B. S. A., (Assac.)
Zool.; Lecturer in Ent.
Joseph F. Brewster, Ast. in Chem.
Lee 0. Willis, M. E. E., Instr. Shopwork.
Arthur T. Neale, PH. D., Lecturer in;
Agr.
.Frederick D. Chester, M. S., Lecturer in !: 'i
Myc.
Charles L. Penny, M. A., Lecturer in Agr.
Chem.
C. P. Close, M. S., Lecturer in Hort.

ral Experiment Station, Newark.

elaware College.

STAFF.

C. L. Penny, M. A., Chem.
W. H. Bishop, B. S., Met.
H. B. Eves, V. M. D., Vet.
E. Dwight Sanderson, B. S. A., Ent.


State College for Colored Students, Dover.

GOVERNING BOARD.


Board of Trustees: C. B. Lore (Pres.), Wilmington; H. C. Conrad
Wilmington; W. T. Cavender, Smyrna; G. W. Marshall, Milford;
Lewes; H. P. Cannon, Bridgeville; W. C. Jason (ex oficio), Dover.


(Sec. and Treas.),
Ebe W. Tunnell,


COURSES OF STUDY.

There are five courses of study: Classical, scientific, agricultural, engineering, and
normal.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

Rev. William C. Jason, M. A., B. D., President; Greek, Latin, Mental and Moral Science.
Samuel L. Conwell, B. A., Sec.; Cbmmon Miss Lydia P. Laws, Normal Dept.; istL,
Engl. Branches and Biol. Engl. Lit.; Matron.
Alonzo S. Gray, M. A., Supt. Indus. Dept.; John Boyken Aiken, Instr. Pract. Agr.
Math., Phys., and Chem.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


FLORIDA.

Florida Agricultural College, Lake City.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Geo. W. Wilson (Pres.), Jacksonville; F. E. Harris (V. Pres.),
Ocala; J. D. Callaway (Sec.), Lake City; E. D. Beggs, Pensacola; C. A. Carson, Kis-
simmee; L. Harrison, Lake Cily; J. R. Parrott, St. Augustine.

COURSES OF STUDY.

Besides a subcollegiate and a business course, there are four courses of study
leading to degrees: Agricultural course, B. S. Agr.; mechanical course, B. S. Eng.;
chemical course, B. S. Chem.; and Latin scientific course, B. S. Lit. These four
courses are of equal length, and are equivalent in the studies pursued.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

Thos. H. Taliaferro, C. E., PH. D., President of the College and Director of the
Experiment Station.


J. D. Callaway, Sec. Board of Trustees (ex
officio).
W. F. Yocum, M. A., D. D., Philos., Latin,
and Hist.
Robt. L. Borger, B. A., Math.
Horace E. Stockbridge, PH. D., Agr.
N. H. Cox, B. S., Mech. Engin.
H. K. Miller, M. S., Chem.
H. A. Gossard, M. S., Zool., Ent., and Geol.
H. Harold Hume, M. S., Bot. and Hort.
J. M. Farr, M. A., PH. D., Engl. and Ger-
man; Libr.
C. F. Dawson, M. D., D. V. S., Vet. Sci.
Melville C. Marion, B. L., Prin. Prep.
School.
H. G. Dorsey, B. S. (Asst.), Phys. and
Elect.
R. N. Hadley, M. ACCTS., Instr. Bookkeep-
ing, Commercial Law, Commercial Arith.,
and Penmanship.


Augusta E. Barnes, B. A., Instr. Prep.
School and Lady Prin.
Bessie C. De Sha, Instr. Sten., Typewriting,
and Teleg.
Maria Justa Ana De Figueroa, Instr. Span-
ish and French.
A. W. Blair, B. S., M. A., Instr. Chem.
E. R. Wharton, Instr. Mech. Arts and
Drawing.
Lucia McCulloch, Asst. Biol. and Asst.
Libr.
Janie L. Brown, Instr. Music.
W. P. Jernigan, Auditor, Bookkeeper, and
Clerk.
Minnie Helvenston, Sten.
J. Franklin Appell, M. D., College Sur-
geon and Physician.
C. A. Finley, Supt. Mess Hall and Grounds.
Mrs. W. B. Dye, Matron Foster Hall.
Fannie Ives, Matron Mess Hall.


Agricultural Experiment Station of Florida, Lake City.

Department of Florida State Agricultural College.

STATION STAFF.


Thos. H. Taliaferro, C. E., PH. D., Dir.
Horace E. Stockbridge, PH. D., Agr.
H. K. Miller, M. S., Chem.
H. A. Gossard, M. S., Ent.
H. Harold Hume, M. S., Bot. and Hort.
C. F. Dawson, M. D., D. V. S., Vet.
A. W. Blair, M. A., Asst. Chem.


W. P. Jernigan, Auditor and Bookkeeper.
Minnie Helvenston, Sten. and Libr.
Lucia McCulloch, Asst. Biol. and Asst.
Libr.
John F. Mitchell, Foreman of Farm.
J. H. Jefferies, Foreman of Garden and
Orchards.


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22 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

Florida State Normal and Industrial College, Taahassee.


GOVERNING BOARD. i

State Board of Education (ex ofcio Board of Trustees): Gov. W. S. Jennings (Pres.),
Tallahassee; W. N. Sheats (Sec.); J. L. Crawford; W. B. Lamar; J. B. Whitfield.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are: Normal, academic, and industrial.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Nathan B. Young, M. A., Pres.
Geo. M. Sampson, M. A., Math.
Miss Hattie McLean, Engl. and Music.
Miss Ada Hawse, B. A., Engl.
Miss Laura Mabry, Laundrying.
Miss Anna A. Smith, Cooking and Plain
Sewing.
Jubie Bragg, Wheelurighting and Black-
smithing.
I. S. Cunningham, Carpentry.


J. T. Williams, Pa. B., Sci.
Crawford D. Menafee, Farm Manager.
W. H. A. Howard, B. A., Painting.
A. J. Shootes, Tailoring.
Mrs. Lucy F. Ovelton, Matron.
Miss Ellen O. Paige, Dressmaking, Mil-
linery.
Miss Lulu M. Cropper, Model School; Engl.
Miss Marietta E. Hall, Engl.
L. D. Hileland, Dir. of Industries.


GEORGIA.

Georgia State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Athens
GOVERNING BOARD.
Trustees: Gov. A. D. Candler (ex offcio), Atlanta; G. F. Gober, Marietta; Clark
Howell, Atlanta; W. E. Simmons, Lawrenceville; Hamilton McWhorter, Lexington;
S. B. Adams, Savannah; B. B. Bower, jr., Bainbridge; W. H. Fish, Americus;
Henry Persons, Talbotton; H. D. McDaniel (Chair.), Monroe; A. O. Bacon, Macon;
D. B. Hamilton, Rome; H. T. Lewis, Greensboro: N. L. Hutchins, Lawrenceville; E. H.
Calloway, Augusta; H. G. Turner, Quitman; A. L. Hull (Sec. and Treas.), Athens;
Howell Cobb, Athens; N. E. Harris (ex officio), Macon; F. G. Du Bignon(ex offio),
Savannah; P. W. Meldrim (ex officio), Savannah.

COURSES OF STUDY.
There are four courses of study, each requiring four years for completion, each
leading to the degree of B. S., differing in options and specialization and characterized
as general, agriculture, civil engineering, and electrical engineering. There are also
graduate courses of one year each, leading to degrees of M. S., C. E., and M. Agr.;
special courses in chemistry, mining, and metallurgy, in agriculture, in electrical
engineering, and in building and architecture, in which certificates of attainment are
given, and a short winter course in agriculture, comprising instruction in the English
branches, agriculture, and dairying.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
H. C. White, PH. D., President; Chemist.
A. H. Patterson, M. A., Phys. C. M. Snelling, B. S., Math.
John Morris, M. A., Modern Lang. C. H. Herty, PH. D., (Adjunct) Chem.
R. E. Park, M. A., Engl. U. H. Davenport, B. S., Instr. Phys. and
D. C. Barrow, jr., C. and M. E., Math. Elect. Engin.
C. M. Strahan, C. and M. E., Engin. E. L. Griggs, Instr. Drawing; Commandant.
John P. Campbell, B. A., PH. D., Biol. J. M. Stephenson, B. A., Instr. Engl.
J. H. T. McPherson, PH. D., Hist. G. S. Johnston, Instr. Dairying.
H. N. Starnes, B. A., Agr. and Hort. J. Lustrat, M. A., Modern Lang.







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Georgia Experiment Station, Experiment. a

Department of Georgia State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Directors: O. B. Stevens (Pres.), Atlanta; J. B. Park, jr. (Sec. and Treas.),
Greensboro; Walter B. Hill, Athens; H. C. White, Athens; G. M. Ryals, Scmanah;
P. E. Boyd, Leary; J. T. Furguson, Leesburg; J. H. Mobley, Hamilton; A. J. Smith,
Conyers; N. B. Drewry, Griffin; Felix Corput, Care'spring; John Deadwyler, Maysille;
John Gilmore, Warthen; William Henderson, Ocilla.

STATION STAFF.


R. J. Redding, Dir.
H. C. White, C. E., PH. D., I. Dir.; Chem.
S. H. Fulton, B. S., Biol. and Hort.
J. M. Kimbrough, Agr.


Claude L. Willoughby, Dairyman.
Winm. F. Fiske, Asst. Ent.
Miss J. M. Heyfron, Sten. and Accountant.
C. A. Mosier, Supt. Short. Grounds.


HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.


Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Honolulu.

Under the supervision of A. C. True, Director Office of Experiment Stations, United
States Department of Agriculture.

STATION STAFF.

Jared G. Smith, Special Agent in Charge. T. F. Sedgwick, Agr.
Frank E. Center, Farm Foreman.

Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Experiment Station, Honolulu.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Trustees of Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Association.

STATION STAFF.


C. F. Eckart, Dir. and Chief Chem.
S. S. Peck, B. S., Asst. Chem.


E. J. Lea, As.st. Chem.
E. G. Clarke, Field Asst.


IDAhIO.

College of Agriculture of the University of Idaho, Moscow.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Regents: John B. Goode (Pres.), Rathdrum; Mrs. Win. H. Ridenbaugh
(V. Pres.), Boise; Geo. C. Parkinson (Sec.), Preston; Geo. W. Chapin, Idaho Falls;
Henry E. Wallace, Caldwell.

COURSE OF STUDY.

The regular course in agriculture requires four years for its completion and leads
to the degree of B. S.

.Telegraph, freight, and express address, Griffin.






24 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
J. A. McLean, PH. D., President of the University and Director of the Station; Histk
and Political Science.


Louis F. Henderson, PH. B., Bot.
John M. Aldrich, M. S., Zool.; Curator of
Museum.
John E. Bonebright, B. S., M. A., Phys.
I. J. Cogswell, B. M., Music.
Fred A. Huntley, B. S. A., Hort.
Hiram T. French, M. S., Agr.
Chas. A. Peters, B. S., PH. D., Chem.
Nina A. Wilber, B. A., Oratory and Phys.
Culture.
William Wilson Baden, M. A., PH. D.,
Greek and Latin.
D'Arcy P. Parbam, M. A., Engl. Lit.

Agricultural Experiment Station o

Department of the U
STATION


J. A. McLean, PH. D., Dir.
Louis F. Henderson, PH. B., Bot.
John M. Aldrich, M. S., Ent.
John E. Bonebright, M. A., Met.
Fred A. Huntley, B. S. A., Hort.
Hiram T. French, M. S., Agr.


Alfred S. Miller, M. A., PH. D., Mini;'
and Metallurgy.
Jay Glover Eldridge, M. A., Moderm L on
Chas. N. Little, M. A., PH. D., C i fitLf .
Sara E. Poe, B. L., Instr. Engl. Prp.:
School.
Flora P. Moore, B. S., Instr. Math.
Agatha Jean Sonna, B. A., Instr. Latino:
and Hist. Prep. School.
Hal. T. Beans, M. S., (Asst.) Agr. Chem..
Margaret B. McCallie, Libr.
Herbert T. Condon, Registrar and Sic. of:iii
Faculty.

f the University of Idaho, Moscow.

university of Idaho.
STAFF.
Charles A. Peters, B. S., PH. D., Chem.
Chas. N. Little, M. A., PH. D., Ijrig.
Engin.
Hal. T. Beans, M. S., Aast. Chem.
Herbert T. Condon, Clerk.
William L. Payne, Treas.


ILLINOIS.


College of Agriculture of the University of Illinois, Urbana. j
GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees of the University: Gov. Richard Yates, Springfield; Martin Con-
rad, 48 W. Monroe st., Chicago; Alfred Bayliss, Springfield; Mrs. Mary T. Carriel,
Jacksonville; Francis M. McKay, 61 Alice court, Chicago; Thomas J. Smith (Prea.),
Champaign; Mrs. Alice A. Abbott, Champaign; Frederic L. Hatch, Spring Grove;
Augustus F. Nightingale, 1997 Sheridan road, Argyle Park, Chicago; Alexander
McLean, Macomb; Samuel A. Bullard, Springfield; Mrs. Carrie T. Alexander, Bellewve.

COURSE OF STUDY.

The regular course requires four years for completion and leads to the degree of
B. S. Provision is also made for special students.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

Andrew S. Draper, LL. D., President of the University.
Eugene Davenport, M.AGR., Dean; Threm- Donald McIntosh, V. S., Vet. Sci.
matology. Arthur W. Palmer, D. Sc., Chem.
Thomas J. Burrill, PH. D., LL. D., Bot. Samuel W. Parr, M. S., Applied Chem.
and Hort. Daniel K. Dodge, PH. D., Engl.
Stephen A. Forbes, PH. D., Zool. David Kinley, PH. D., Econ.
Charles W. Rolfe, M. S., Geol. Albert P. Carmen, D. Sc., Phys.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


Evarts B. Greene, PH. D., huit.
George T. Kemp., M. D., PH. D., Physiol.
Geo. A. Huff, Dir. Phys. Training.
Lewis A. Rhoades, PH. D., German.
Thomas A. Clark, B. L., Rhet.
George D. Fairfield, M. A., Romanic Lang.
Isabel Bevier, PH. M., Household Sci.
Cyril G. Hopkins, PH. D., Agron.
Edmond G. Fech6t, Major, U. S. A.
(Retired), Mil. Sci.
Violet D. Jayne, M. A., (Assoc.) Engl.
Herbert W. Mumford, B. S., Animal
Husb.
Harry S. Grindley, D. Sc., (Assoc.) Chem.
C. F. Hottes, PH. D., Instr. Bot.
Frank Smith, M. A., (Asst.) Zool.
Oscar Quick, M. A., (Asst.) Phys.
Joseph C. Blair, (Asst.) Hort.
George H. Meyer, M. A., (Asst.) German.
Matthew B. Hammond, Pa. D., (Asst.)
Econ.
Jennette E. Carpenter, O. M., Phys.
Training.


Wilber J. Fraser, B. S., Insfr. Dairy Husb.
Neal C. Brooks, PH. D., Instr. German.
Martha J. Kyle, M. A., Instr. Rhet.
John W. Lloyd, B. S. A., Instr. oHrt.
Hugh E. Ward, M. S., Instr. Bact.
John H. McClellan, M. A., Instr. Zool.
Oscar Erf, B. Agr., B. S., Instr. Dairy
Husb.
Justus W. Folsom, S. D., Instr. Ent.
Daisy L. Blaisdell, M. A., Instr. German.
Florence N. Jones. M. A., instr. French.
John H. Skinner, B. S., Instr. Animal
Husb.
Wm. H. Knox, M. S., Instr. Soil Phys.
Coates P. Bull, B. AGR., Instr. Farm Crops.
Esther Beatty, B. L., B. S., Household Sci.
Arnold V. Stubenrauch, B. S., Instr. Hort.
Frank W. Scott, B. A., Rhet.
Fred R. Crane, B. S., Assi. in Farmn ech.
Alvin C. Beal, B. S., Asst. in Hort.
Fred H. Rankin, Institute Visitor.
Albert R. Curtiss, Foreman in Wood Shops.
Henry Jones, Foreman in Blacksmith Shop.


Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Illinois, Urbana.

Department of the University of Illinois.

STATION STAFF.


Eugene Davenport, M. AGR., Dir.
T. J. Burrill, PH. D., Bot.
S. A. Forbes, PH. D., Ent.
D. McIntosh, V. S., Vet.
C. G. Hopkins, PH. D., Agron. and Chem.
J. C. Blair, Hort.
H. W. Mumford, B. S., Animal Husb.
W. J. Fraser, B. S., Dairying.
G. P. Clinton, M. S., Bot.
L. H. Smith, B. S., Chem.
J. W. Lloyd, B. S. A., Hort.
H. E. Ward, M. S., Chief Asst. in Soil
Bad.
A. J. Glover, B. AGR., Chief Asst. in Dairy
Husb.


W. H. Knox, M. S., Chief Asst. in Soil
Phys.
C. F. Hottes, PH. D., Assl. in Bot.
John H. Skinner, B. S., Asst. in Animal
Husb.
A. V. Stubenrauch, B. S., M. S. A., Asst.
in Hort.
H. Hasselbring, B. S., Asst. in Veg. Path.
J. H. Petitt, PH. B., Asst. in Chem.
E. M. East, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
C. P. Bull, B. AGR., Asst. in Farm Crops.
R. S. Woodrow, Field Asst. in Sugar-Beet
Investigations.
Kate McIntyre, Sec.
F. H. Rankin, Institute Visitor.


INDIANA.

School of Agriculture, Horticulture, and Veterinary Science of Purdue
University, Lafayette.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: William V. Stuart (Pres.), Lock Box 37, Lafayette; E. A. Ells-
worth (Sec.), Lafayelle; J. M. Fowler (Treas.), Lafayette; William A. Banks, Laporte;
Sylvester Johnson, Irrington; D. E. Beem, Spencer; Job H. Van Natta, Lafayette;


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26 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

William H. O'Brien, Lawrenceburg; James M. Barrett, Fort Wayne; Charles Down -
ing, Greenfield; C. B. Stemen, Abrt Wayne.

COURSE OF STUDY.

The course of study requires four years for completion and leads to the degree of B. S,

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


William Ca
Charles Sm
Indus. an
James Troo
Henry Aug
Agr. Chen
Frederick S
Robert A. C
Stanley Cou
Joseph Ch
Physiol. a
Percy Nortc
Ervin Sidne
Emma Mon
Lit.
Thomas Fra
Polit. Eco
Edwin Wal
and Hist.
Ernst J. Flu
Pauline Mar
Clarence Ab
Moses Cobb
Thomas Gre
Erastus Test
Laura Anne
Nellie Philli


ing.
Katherine
Biol.


I


Winthrop Ellsworth Stone, Pa. D., President of the University.
rroll Latta, M. S., Agr. William Henry Test, M. S., Instr. Chem.
mner Plumb, B. S., Animal James Harry Ransom, PH. D., Insr. Chem.
d Dairying. Edward Mahin, B. S., Asst. Chem.
p, M. S., Hort. and Ent. Severance Burrage, B. S., Instr. Sanitary
ustus Huston, M. A., A. C., Sci.
n. Charles M. Smith, B. S., Instr. Phys.
. Johnston (Assoc.), Agr. Alfred M. Kenyon, M. A., PH. D., AmsS.
raig, D. V. M., Instr. Vet. Sci. Math.
llter, PH. D., Biol. Winfred Horton Osborne, B. A., Instr,
arles Arthur, D. Sc., Veg. Math.
nd Path. Lauren D. Nordstrum, B. S., Asst. Phys.
n Evans, B. S., Pa. D., Chem. Jacob Westlund, PH. D., Instr. Math.
iy Ferry, B. S., Phys. Walter D. Lambert, M. A., Instr. Math.
tgomery McRae, M. A., Engl. John Heiss, M. A., Istr. German.
Carl Albert Krause, M. A., Instr. German.
mcis Moran, PH. D., Hist. and Mary Doan, B. L., M. S., Instr. Engl.
n. Caroline Ernestine Shoemaker, M. S.,
ter Kemmerer, Instr. Econ. Instr. Engl.
James D. Hoffman, M. E., Wood Shop.
legel, Pa. D., German. Alpha Pierce Jamison, B. M. E., Instr.
iotte-Davies, PH. D., French. Mech. Drawing.
iathar Waldo, PH. D., Math. Edwin Burton Smith, B. S., Asst.in Shops.
Stevens, M. A., Math. H. E. Van Norman, Instr. Dairy.
sene Alford, M. A., Math. Albert Nash Hume, B. S., Asst. Agr.
t, M. D., Math. Rufus Chancey Obrecht, B. S., Asst. Ani-
Fry, Indus. Art. mal Indus.
ps Samson, Instr. Wood Carv- Wm. H. Holmes, Asst. in Pract. Mech.
Charles I. Freeman, Phys. Dir.
Eliza Golden, M. S.,.Asst. in Elizabeth Day Swan, Libr.
Blanche Annie Miller, Asst. Libr.


Agricultural Experiment Station of Indiana, Lafayette.


Department of Purdue University.

STATION STAFF.


Charles Sumner Plumb, B. S., Dir.
James Troop, M. S., Hort.
Henry A. Huston, M. A., A. C., Chem.
Joseph C. Arthur, D. S., Bot.
A. W. Bitting, D. V. M., Vet.
R. C. Obrecht, B.


William Stuart, M. S. (Assoc.), Hort.
Herman Dorner, B. S., Asst. Bot.
F. S. Johnston, B. S., Asst. Agr.
A. N. Hume, Half-time Asst.
H. E. Van Norman, B. S., Dairyman.
S. AGo., Supt. Farm.


*This list does not include the instructors exclusively engaged in the schools of Engineering,
Science, and Pharmacy.







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IOWA.

Iowa State College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, Ames.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Gov. A. B. Cummins, Des Moines; R. C. Barrett (Supt. of Public
Instruction); W. O. McElroy, Newton; E. W. Stanton (Sec.), Ames; Herman Knapp
(Treas.), Ames; W. K. Boardman, Nevada; W. J. Dixon, Sac City; E. A. Alexander,
Clarion; C. L. Gabrilson, New Hampton; J. B. Hungerford (Chair.), Carroll; W. R.
Moninger, Galvin; Jas. H. Wilson, Menlo; S. H. Watkins, Libertyville; C. S. Barclay,
West Liberty; W. B. Penick, Tingley.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are eight: The course in agriculture, leading to the degree of
B. Agr.; the course in veterinary science, leading to the degree of D. V. M.; the
course in mechanical engineering, leading to the degree of B. MI. E.; the course in
civil engineering, leading to the degree of B. C. E.; the course in electrical engineer-
ing, leading to the degree of B. S. in E. E.; the course in mining engineering, lead-
ing to the degree of B. M. E.; the course in sciences as related to the industries,
leading to the degree of B. S.; and the course in general and domestic science for
ladies, leading to the degree of B. S. The veterinary course requires three years
for completion; each of the others, four years. There are also a short winter course
in stock judging and dairying, and group courses in the sciences.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


W. M. Beardshear, lI.
J. L. Budd, M. H., Emeritus in Hort.
Edgar William Stanton, M. S., Math. and
Econ. Sci.
Gen. James Rush Lincoln, Mil. Sci.
Alfred Allen Bennett, M. S., Chem.
Louis Hermann Pammel, B. AGR., M. S.,
PH. D., Bot.
tJames Wilson, M. S. AGR., Dean in Agr.
George Welton Bissell, M. E., Mech.
Engin.
Anson Marston, C. E., Civil Engin.
Orange H. Cessna, M. A., D. D., Hist.,
Psych., and Ethics.
Julius Buel Weems, PH. D., Agr. Chem.
William Eugene Harriman, B. S., M. D.,
Histology and Path.
Charles F. Curtiss, B. S., M. S. AGR., Agr.;
Dir. E.rpl. Sta.
Miss Mary A. Sabin, B. A., Domestic Econ.
Miss Lizzie May Allis, B. A., M. A., French
and German.
Louis Bevier Spinney, B. M. E., M. S.,
Phys. and Elect. Engin.
W. J. Kennedy, B. S. A., Animal Hysb.
Samuel Walker Beyer, B. S., PH. D., Geol.
and Min. Engin.


A., LL. D., President.
Alvin B. Noble, PH. B., Rhet. and Engl.
Lit.
Henry E. Summers, B. S., Zool.
Homer C. Price, M. S., Iiort. and For.
Adrian M. Newens, B. O., Elocution and
Oratory and Assoc. in Engl.
John J. Repp, V. M. D., Path. and Thera-
peutics rand Sa. Vet.
Warren H. Meeker, M. E., (Asst.) Mech.
Engin.
Mrs. Marian H. Kilbourne, B. L., Dean
of lWomen.
George Lewis McKay, Dir. and Instr.
Dairying and Cheese" Making.
Burton L. Lanphear, M. M. E., (Asst.)
Phys. and Elect. Engine.
C. W. J. Neville, M. C. E., Asst. Civil
Engin.
Louis A. Klein, V. M. D., Theory and
Pract. of Medicine and Sanitary Sci.
John H. McNeall, V. M. D., Anat. and
Prin. and Pract. of Surgery.
Carl W. Gay, D. V. M., Resident Surgeon
and Instr. Vet. Dept.
Frank J. Resler, PH. B., Dir. of Music and
Vocalist.


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Miss Maria M. Roberts, B. L., Instr. Math.
Miss Elmina Wilson, C. E., Instr. Civil
Engin.
Talbot Lenox, Instr. Machine Shops.
Ezra C. Potter, Instr. Pattern Shop.
Louis E. Young, B. M. E., Min. Engin.
Edwin Clark Boutelle, B. M. E., Instr.
Forge and Foundry.
Mrs. Elizabeth Reeler, PH. B., Instr. In-
strumental Music.
Joseph J. Edgerton, B. AGR., Instr. Agr.
Phys. and Farm Foreman.
A. D. Shamel, B. S., Instr. Agr.
Frank W. Bouska, M. S. A., Instr. Dairy
Bact.
Miss Lola Placeway, B. S., Instr. Chem.
Julia A. Stanton, B. L., Instr. Hist.
Miss Sarah Ellis, B. L., Instr. Domestic
Econ.
Miss Bessie B. Larrabee, B. A., Instr.
Latin.
Edw. E. Little, B. S. AGR., Instr. Hort.
Miss Ora L. Edgett, B. S., Instr. Chem.
Wilbur M. Wilson, B. M. E., Instr. Mech.
Engin. and Freehand Drauing.


*E. C. Myers, B. S. AGR., Inatr. Agr. Chot.i ,
A. Estella Paddock, B. S., Instr. Gmenera
Bot.
Miss Alice Hess, B. S., Instr. Domnestili
Econ.
Ira A. Williams, B. S., Ast. in Geo. andj,
Mining.
E. B. Tuttle, B. S. E. E., Instr. Phys.
Miss Grace I. Norton, B. A., Instr. .French:-i
and German.
Miss Ada J. Miller, PH. B., Insr. EngL
Miss Elizabeth Maclean, B. D., Inatr.;
Engl.
Miss Helen G. Reed, PH. B., Instr. BngL
Miss Julia Colpitts, M. A., Instr. Math.
Ernest Alanson Pattengill, B. S., I. ;t,:
Math.
A. T. Erwin, Instr. Greenhouse Handit I
craft.
F. R. Marshall, B. S. A., Asst. in Animal
Husb.
Jos. E. Guthrie, M. Sc., Instr. Zool.
George Judisch, Instr. Pharmacy.
Miss Vina Elethe Clark, Libr.
Miss Olive E. Stevens, B. L., Asst. Libr.


Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station, Ames.

Department of Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
STATION STAFF.


C. F. Curtiss, M. S. A., Dir.; Agr.
SJames Wilson, Dean of Agr.
J. B. Weems, B. S., PH. D., Agr. Chem.
L. H. Pammel, B. AGR., M. S., Bot.
H. E. Summers, B. S., Ent.
W. J. Kennedy, B. S. A., Animal Hu.b.
Joseph J. Edgerton, B. AGR., Asst. in Agr.
Phys.
C. E. Gray, B. S. AGR., Asst. Chem.
John J. Repp, D. V. M., Vet.
A. D. Shamel, B. S., Agr.


Jos. E. Guthrie, Ast. Ent.
G. L. McKay, Instr. Dairying.
Homer C. Price, M. S., Hort.
F. R. Marshall, B. S. A., Asst. in Animal
Husb.
Miss C. M. King, Ent., Bot., and Hort.
Artist.
E. E. Little, B. S. A., Ast. Hort.
A. T. Erwin, Asst. Hort.
Miss A. Estella Paddock, B. S., Ast. in
Bot.


KANSAS.
Kansas State Agricultural College, Manhattan.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: J. S. McDowell (Pres.), Smith Center; F. D. Coburn (V. Pres.),
Kansas City; E. T. Fairchild (Treas.), Ell'worth; William Hunter (Loan Commis-
sioner), Blue Rapids; J. M. Satterthwaite, Douglas; S. J. Stewart, Humboldt; E. R.
Nichols (Sec. ex-oficio), Manhattan.
COURSES OF STUDY.
There are five regular courses of study, each requiring four years for completion
and leading to the degree of B. S.-general science, agriculture, domestic science,

SGranted an indefinite leave of absence.







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mechanical engineering, electrical engineering; four short courses, each requiring
Stwo terms, except the dairy, which is one term-agriculture and mechanics, horti-
Sculture and mechanics, domestic science, and dairy. The degree of M. S. is given
upon post-graduate study, with satisfactory evidence of proficiency, after two years,
Sone of which must be resident.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
E. R. Nichols, M. A., President of College and Chairman of Station Council.


John D. Walters, M. S., Indus. Art and
Designing.
Alexander B. Brown, M. A., Music.
JuliusT. Willard, M.S., Chem.; Dir. Erpt.
S&a.
Henry M. Cottrell, M. S., Agr.; Supt.
Farm.
Edwin A. Popenoe, M. A., Ent. and Zool.
aFrank C. Lockwood, PH. D., Engl.
Benj. L. Remick, PH. M., Math.
SBenj. F. Eyer, Phys. and Elect. Engin.
C. E. Goodell, M. A., Hist. and Econ.
Herbert F. Roberts, M. S., Bot.
Wm. A. McKeever, M. A., Philos.
Miss Mary E. Berry, Engl.
Leon W. Hartman, M. S., Phys. and
Elect. Engin.
Wilford O. Clure, B. 0., Oratory.
Edmund B. McCormick, B. S., Mech.
Engin.; Supt. of Shops.
D. H. Otis, M. S., Dairy Husb.
Miss Edith A. McIntyre, Household Econ.
N. S. Mayo, M. S., D. V. S., Vet. Sci.
Miss Harriet Howell, Supt. Domestic Art.
Joshua D. Rickman, I. T. U., Printing.
B. S. McFarland, M. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.
Mrs. Henrietta W. Calvin, B. S., Libr.
Mrs. E. N. Clure, Dir. Phys. Training.
Miss Lorena E. Clemons, B. S., Sec.
Miss Josephine C. Harper, (Asst.) Math.
Miss Alice Rupp, (Asst.) Engl.
Geo. F. Weida, PH. D., (Asst.) Chem.
E. H. Webster, M. S., (Asst.) Dairying.
Wm. L. House, Foreman Carpenter Shop.


Margaret J. Minis, B.S., Asst. Libr.
R. H. Brown, B. S., Ass. in Music.
William Anderson, B.S., Asst. in Math.
Gertrude Barnes, Asst. Libr.
Albert Dickens, B. S., Acting Hort.; Supt.
Orchards and Garden.
William Baxter, Foreman Greenhouses.
Mary B. Pritner, B.S., Asst. in Domestic Sci.
W. M. Sawdon, B.S., Asst. Mech.
Ada Rice, B. S., Asst. Prep. Dept.
Louis Wabnitz, Foreman Iron Shops.
E. W. Curtis, Instr. Butter Making.
A. T. Kinsley, IM.S., Asst. in Vet. Sci.
Elizabeth Agnew, B. S., Asst.in Do;;estic
5ci.
E. C. Gasser, Foreman Blacksmith Shop.
Ina E. Holroyd, B. S., Asst. in Prep. Dept.
Marian F.Jones, M.S., Asst. in Domestic Art.
G. 0. Greene, B.S., Asst. Hort.
John 0. Hamilton, B. S., Asst. in Phys.
Hetty G. Evans, Asst. in Drauwing.
V. M. Shoesmith, B. S., Asst. Agr.
Eleanor Harris, Asst. in Music.
F. C. Weber, B. S., Asst. Chem.
W. E. Mathewson, B.S., Asst. Chem.
Helena M. Pincomb, B. S., Asst. in&uwing.
W. D. Cramer, PH. B., Asst. Zool.
A. E. Ridenour, B. S., Foreman Foundry.
C. Jeannette Perry, B. S., Executive Clerk.
Matilda Doll, Sten.
Alice M. Melton, B. S., Clerk Dir. Office.
Minerva Blachly, B.S., Bookkeeper.
Charles Hughes, Sec. to Pres.
W. R. Lewis, Janitor.


Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Manhattan.
Department of Kansas State Agricultural College.
STATION STAFF.
J. T. Willard, M. S., Dir.; Chem. Lorena E. Clemons, B. S., Sec.
H. M. Cottrell, M. S., Agr. A. T. Kinsley, M. S., Asst. in Vet. Dept.
E. A. Popenoe, M. A., Ent. George A. Dean, M. S., Asst. Ent.
H. F. Roberts, M. S.; Bot. V. M. Shoesmith, B. S., Asst. in Feeding
D. H. Otis, M. S., Dairy Husb. and Field Work.
N. S. Mayo, M. S., D. V. M., Vet. F. C. Weber, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Albert Dickens, M. S., Acting Hort. G. O. Greene, B. S., Asst. Hort.
Alice M. Melton, B. S., Clerk to Dir.
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KENTUCKY.

Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, Lexington.
GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Gov. J. C. W. Beckham (ex officio), Frankfort; G. B. Kinkead
Lexington; John McChord, Lebanon; Cassius M. Clary, Paris; W. R. Ramsey, London;::
Wm. C. Bell, Harrodsburg; D. F. Frazee, Lexington; L. N. Lindsay, Frankfort; W. T.
Fowler, Hopkinsville; J. B. Marcum, Jackson; R. C. Stoll, Lexington; J. K. Patterson,
Lexington; B. W. Bradburn, Bowling Green; H. S. Barker, Louisville; McDowell Fer-
guson, Paducah; J. F. Hager, Ashland; R. W. Nelson, Newport.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The regular courses of study are twelve, each requiring four years for completion:
The agricultural course, leading to the degree of B. Agr.; seven scientific courses,
leading to the degree of B. S.; the classical course, leading to the degree of B. A.; the
mechanical engineering course, leading to the degree of B. M. E.; the civil engineer-
ing course, leading to the degree of B. C. E., and the normal course, leading to the
degree of B. Ped. Certificates of proficiency are given to those who do not complete
a course undertaken.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

J. K. Patterson, PH. D., LL. D., President; Metaphysics and Civil History.


J. G. White, M. A., Math. and Astron.
Paul Wernicke, French and German Lang.
and Lit.
J. H. Neville, M. A., LL.D., V. Pres.; Latin
and Greek Lang. and Lit.
J. H. Kastle, PH. D., Chem.
R. N. Roark, PH. D., Prin. Normal Dept.
Arthur M. Miller, M. A., Zool. and Geol.
C.W. Mathews, B. S., Agr., Hort., and Bot.
J. P. Brooks, M. S., Civil Engin.
M. L. Pence, M. S., Phys.
F. Paul Anderson, M. E., Mech. Engin.
Alexander St. Clair Mackenzie, M. A.,
Engl. Lang. and Lit.
C. J. Norwood, Min. Engin.
R. W. Sawyer, M. E., Elect. Engin.


Robert McKee, Mil. Sci.
J. W. Pryor, M. D., Anat. and Physiol.
W. K. Patterson, M. A., Prin. Academy.
J. L. Logan, B. A., Asst. in Academy.
Milford White, B. C. E., Asst. in Normal
Dept.
R. L. Blanton, M. LIT., Asst. in Greek and
Latin.
J. M. Davis, B. A., B. S., Asst. in Academy.
V. E. Muncy, B. S., Asst. in Academy.
John Theodore Faig, M. E., Asst.in Mech.
Engin.
J. R. Johnson, B. M. E., Asst. in Math.
L. K. Frankel, Asst. in Mech. Engin.
J. E. Winston, Asst. in Academy and in
Hist.


Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Lexington.
Department of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky.
STATION STAFF.


M. A. Scovell, M. 8., Dir.; Chem.
A. M. Peter, M. S., Chem.
H. E. Curtis, M. S., Chem.
Harrison Garman, Ent. and Bot.
C. W. Mathews, B. S., Hort.
J. N. Harper, B. S., Agr.
J. O. La Bach, M. S., Chem.
W. H. Scherflius, B. S., Asst. Chem.
J. W. Nutter, Asst. Dairy.


L. O. Beatty, M. S., Asst. Chem.
George Roberts, M. S., Asst. Chem.
S. D. Averitt, M. S., Asst. Chem.
T. L. Richmond, B. AG R., Asst. Ent. and Bot.
D. W. May, M. S., Animal Husb.
J. D. Turner, B. PED., Sec.'to Dir.
R. M. Allen, B. A., Clerk.
Miss M. L. Didlake, M. S., Asst. Ent. and
Bot.






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The State Normal School for Colored Persons, Frankfort.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: H. V. McChesney (Chair.), Frankfort; E. E. Hume, Frankfort;
Louis Smith, Frankfort; Wm. Cromwell, Frankfort.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are eight: Normal, carpentry, agriculture, cooking, dress-
making, printing, blacksmithing, and wheelwrighting. The school grants State
diplomas to normal graduates.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

James S. Hathaway, M. A., M. D., President; Psychology, Pedagogy, Latin, and
Hygiene.
W. D. Thomas, B. A., Natural Sci. and C. T. Cook, Asst in Prep. Dept.
Agr. Mrs. Mary C. Reed, Serwing.
Moses A. Davis, Math., Mech. and Manual Miss Addie G. Smith, Matron; Cooking.
Training. Edw. E. Murrell, Printing.
Mary L. Campbell, Normal Dept. Francis M. Wood, Normal Dept. and Supt.
Sam'l M. Van Cleave, Prep. Dept. Night School.

LOUISIANA.

Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, Baton
Rouge.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Supervisors: Gov. W. W. Heard (ex officio, Pres.), Baton Rouge; Hon.
J. V. Calhoun (ex officio, Supt. Public Education), Baton Rouge; Thos. D. Boyd (Pres.
State University, ex officio), Baton Rouge; A. T. Prescott (Sec.), Baton Rouge; H. Skol-
field (Treas.), Baton Rouge; H. S. Chenet, Orleans; C. J. Ducote, Aroyelles; C. C.
Davenport, Morehouse; George K. Pratt, Orleans; F. W. Price, Ruston; J. M. Smith,
Baton Rouge; P. S. Pugh, Acadia; George Hill, West Baton Rouge.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The regular courses of study are eight, each requiring four years for completion,
except the sugar course, which requires five years: The course in agriculture, the
course in sugar cultivation and manufacture, the commercial course, the course in
civil engineering, the course in mechanics, the general science course, the Latin
science course, and the literary course, the first six leading to the degree of B. S.,
the others to the degree of B. A. A preparatory department, with a course covering
one year, is also provided.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

Thomas D. Boyd, M. A., LL. D., President.
James W. Nicholson, M. A., LL. D., Math. Thomas W. Atkinson, B. S., C. E., Mech.
William C. Stubbs, PH. D., Agr. and Phys.
H. A. Morgan, B. S. A., Zool. and Ent. A. M. Herget, Mech. and .Traw;ng.
E. L. Scott, M. A., Ancient Lang. A. T. Prescott, M. A,, Hit. and Polit.
B. W. Pegues, B. S., Civil Engin. Sci.
C. A. Smith, M. A., Pa. D., Engl. Charles H. Stumberg, M. A., Modern Lang.
Charles E. Coates, jr., PH. D., Chem. William H. Dalrymple, M. R. C. V. S.,
F. H. Billings, PH. D., Bot. Vet. Sci.






AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS..


John A. Lockwood, Capt, U. S. A., ril. T. H. Harris, Prin. S"ubfrehman Dept
Sd. and Tactics. C. A. Mathews, Intr. &Sbfreshmn Dep t.
F. H. Burnette, Hort. W. B. Borland, Dir. Athletics.
R. L. Himes, Commercial Branches. J. F. Broussard, Instr.
H. K. Strickland, Asst. Engl. R. L. Knox, Instr.
C. H. Kretz, B. S., Mech. Engin. G. B. Taylor, Insfr.
Alfred Best, B. S., Instr. Chem.
No. 1. Sugar Experiment Station, Audubon Park, New Orleans.
No. 2. State Experiment Station, Baton Rouge.
No. 8. North Louisiana Experiment Station, Calhoun.
Department of Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College.
GOVERNING BOARD.
State Board of Agriculture and Immigration: Gov. W. W. Heard, Baton Rouge;
Wm. Garig (V. Pres.), Baton Rouge; J. G. Lee (Commissioner), Baton Rouge; Thos.
D. Boyd (Pres. State University), Baton Rouge; Wm. C. Stubbs (Dir. State Ezpt. Sa.),
Baton Rouge.
Jno. Dymond, Belair; Emil Rost, St. Rose; A. V. Eastman, Lake Charles; E. T.
Sellers, Walnut Lane; Chas. Schuler, Keatchie; H. P. McClendon, Amite.


STATION STAFF.
Sugar Experiment Station, Audubon Park, New Orleans.


Wm. C. Stubbs, M. A., PH. D., Dir.
R. E. Blouin, M. S., Asst. Dir.; Chem.
P. L. Hutchinson, B. S., Chem.
S. Baum, B. S., Asst. Chem.
G. W. Agee, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Robt. Glenk, B. S., Chem.


T. D. Boyd, jr., B. S., Asst. hem.
G. D. Harris, M. S., M. A., Geol.
Geo. Chiquelin, Sugar Maker.
W. D. Clayton, M. S., Farm Manager.
Jas. K. McHugh, Sc. and Sten.


State Experiment Station, Baton Rouge.


Wm. C. Stubbs, M. A., PH. D., Dir.
W. R. Dodson, B. A., S. B., Asst. Dir.
W. H. Dalrymple, M. R. C. V. S., Vet.


H. A. Morgan, B. S. A., Ent.
F. H. Burnette, Hort.
B. H. Atkinson, Farm Manager.


North Louisiana Experiment Station, Calhoun.


Wm. C. Stubbs, M. A., PH. D., Dir.
D. N. Barrow, B. S., Asst. Dir.
Maurice Bird, B. S., Chem.
J. F. Harp, B. S., Chem.


W. R. Goyne, Farm Manager.
Eugene J. Watson, Hort.
A. T. Anders, Dairyman and Poultryman.


Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, New Orleans.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: W. H. Preis (Pres.), New Orleans; J. W. Cooke (V. Press) Lake
Providence; J. C. Henriques (Sec. and Treas.), New Orleans; A. A. Woods, H. W.
Spear, J. H. O'Connor, Ernest Cucullu, L. H. Marrero, Branch K. Miller, A. L..
Reese, I. E. Mullon, H. H. Freeman.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The university is divided into the following departments: College, normal school,
high school (college preparatory), grammar school, department of music, and indus-
trial department. In the industrial department there is an agricultural school, a
mechanical school, and a dairy school, the first two having two and four year courses
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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

H. A. Hill, President; Economics and Mental science.
F. L. St. Martin, Agr. A. T. Getz, Physiol.
Millard F. Mithoff, Mech. A. B. Kennedy, Engl.
L. M. Martinet, Math. S. A. Martinez, Asst. in Engl.
G. S. Washington, Printing. E. P. Barrell, Chem. and Phys.
O. A. Joseph, Phys. Geog. W. J. Nickerson, Music.
William J. Bauduit, Elementary Sci. Chas. E. Roos, Biol. and Dairying.
W. B. Smith, Asst. in Math. E. E. Barrell, Prin. Girls' Indus. Section.
L. A. Humphrey, Hist.

LMAINE.

The University of Maine, Orono.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board .of Trustees: Henry Lord (Pres.), Bangor; Elliott Wood, Wintfhrop; C. P.
Allen, Presque Isle; J. A. Roberts, Norway; E. B. Winslow, Portlland; V. L. Coffin,
Harrington; A. J. Durgin, Orono; E. J. Haskell, Westbrook; I. K. Stetson (Treas.),
Bangor.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The undergraduate courses of study leading to degrees are eleven, each requiring four
years. These are the classical course, the Latin scientific course, the scientific course,
the chemical course, the agricultural course, the preparatory medical course, the
pharmacy course, the civil engineering course, the mechanical engineering course,
the mining engineering course, and the electrical engineering course. The classical
course leads to the degree of B. A., the Latin scientific course to B. Ph., the other
courses to B. S. The shorter courses, leading to a certificate, are as follows: The
courses, of one and two years, in agriculture; the course, of two years, in pharmacy,
and the farmers' training courses of six weeks. The course in the school of law is
three years and leads to the degree of LL. B.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION-COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE.

George Emory Fellows, M. A., Pa. D., President.
Merritt C. Fernald, PH. D., Philos. Charles D. Woods, B. S., lgr.
Alfred B. Aubert, M. S., Ch'em. Gen. Benjamin P. Runkle, Mil. Sci.
Allen E. Rogers, M. A., Civics. Orlando F. Lewis, PH. D., Mod.er Lang.
James M. Bartlett, M. S., Chem. Gilbert A. Boggs, PH. D., Chem.
Lucius H. Merrill, B. S., Agr. Chem. Ralph K. Jones, B. S., Libr.
Gilman A. Drew, PH. D., Biol. Philip W. Harry, M. A., Modern Lang.
James N. Hart, C. E., Math. and Astron. Ora W. Knight, M. S., Chem.
Fremont L. Russell, B. S., V. S., Biol., Vet. Clifford D. Holley, B. S., Chem.
Sci. Edward R. Mansfield, B. S., Chem.
Welton M. Munson, M. S., Hort. Louis Siff, B. S., Math.
Horace M. Estabrooke, M. A., Engl. Roscoe M. Packard, M. A., Math.
Guy A. Thompson, M. A., Engl. John E. Burbank, M. A., Phys.
Lewis R. Cary, B. S., Natural Hist. George E. Poucher, B. S., Phys.
James S. Stevens, PH. D., Phys. Frank H. Mitchell, B. S., (hem.
Gilbert M. Gowell, M. S., Animal Indus. Horace W. Britcher, B. C. E., Zool.
Marshall B. Cummings, B. S., Hort.
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Chas. D. Woods, B. S., Dir.
J. M. Bartlett, M. S., Chem.
L. H. Merrill, B. S., Chem.
F. L. Russell, B. S., V. S., Tet.
W. M. Munson, M. S., Hort.
G. M. Gowell, M. S., Stock Breeding and
Poultry.


Gilman A. Drew, B. S., Zool.
H. W. Britcher, Asst. Zool.
O. W. Knight, B. S., Asst. Chem.
E. R. Mansfield, Asst. Chem.
M. B. Cummings, B. S., Asst. Hort.
Miss Annie M. Snow, &en.


MARYLAND.

Maryland Agricultural College, College Park.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: Gov. J. W. Smith (Pres.), Annapolis; J. W. Hering (Treas.),
Annapolis; Isidor Rayner, Baltimore; Murray Vandiver (Treas.), Havre de Grace;
John Hubner, Baltimore; Lloyd Wilkinson, Baltimore; Allen Dodge, Washington,
D. C.; C. B. Calvert, College Park; C. H. Stanley, Laurel; M. de K. Smith, Chester-
town; Harold Walsh, Jerusalem Mills; C. W. Slagle, Baltimore; W. Scott Whiteford,.
iWhitefords; J. M. Monroe, Anne Arundel Co.; C. H. Evans, Baltimore; C. J. Purnell,
Snow Hill; David Seibert, Clearspring.

COURSE OF STUDY.

The course of study requires four years and leads to the degrees of B. S., B. A.,
M. S., M. E., and M. A.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


R. W. Silvester, President; Mathematics.


Thos. H. Spence, M. A., V. Pres.; Lang.
J. C. Scantling, Major, U. S. A. (Retired),
Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
W. T. L. Taliaferro, B. A., Agr.
H. B. McDonnell, M. D., B. S., Chem.
Jas. S. Robinson, Hort.
A. L. Quaintance, M. S., Ent.
J. B. S. Norton, M. S., Bot. and Path.
Henry Lanahan, B. A., Civics and Civil
Engin.
C. F. Doane, B. S., Dairying.
J. C. Blandford, Ast. in Mech. Engin. and
Instr. Elect. Engin.
S. S. Buckley, M. S., D. V. S., Vet. Sci.
W. 0. Eversfield, M. D., Attending Phy-
sician.


R. I. Smith, B. S., Asst. Ent.
F. B. Bomberger, B. S., M. A., Engl. and
Civics.
Chas. S. Richardson, Phys. Culture.
H. T. Harrison, Prin. Prep. Dept.
J. H. Mitchell, M. E., Mech. Engin.
E. P. Sandsten, M. S., (Assoc.) Hort.
M. N. Straughn, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
J. B. Robb, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
T. R. Gough, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
F. H. Blodgett, B. S., Asst. Bot., Ent. and
Path.
C. G. Church, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
Jos. R. Owens, M. D., Registrar and Treas.
Miss M. L. Spence, Sten.


Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, College Park.

STATION STAFF.


Harry J. Patterson, B. S., Dir.; Chem.
James S. Robinson, Hort.
A. L. Quaintance, M. S., Ent.
Samuel S. Buckley, D. V. S., Vet.


W. T. L. Taliaferro, M. A., Agr.
J. B. S. Norton, M. S., Bot. and Veg. Path.
E. 0. Garner, Supt. Farm and Recorder of
Expts.


AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono.
Department of University of Maine.
STATION STAFF.


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SThos. M. Price, M. S., Asst. Chem. C. F. Doane, M. S. AGR., Dairy Husb. and
Ralph I. Smith, B. S., Asst. Ent. Bact.
E. P. Sandsten, M. S., (Assoc.) Hort. and F. H. Blodgett, B. S., Asst. Plant Path.
AI: General State Hort. Inspector. and Bot.
Jos. R. Owens, M. D., Treas.
B. H. Gibbs, Clerk.

MASSACHUSETTS.
Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: Gov. W. Murray Crane (ex officio Pres.), Boston; H. S. Hyde
( V. Pres.), Springfield; G. F. Mills (Tr'eas.), Amherst; E. W. Wood, West Newton;
C. A. Gleason, New Braintree; James Draper, lJorcester; S. C. Damon, Lancaster;
M. I. Wheeler, Great Barrington; W. R. Sessions, Springfield; C. L. Flint, Brookline;
W. H. Bowker, Boston; G. H. Ellis, Boston; J. H. Demond, Northampton; E. D.
Howe, Marlboro; N. I. Bowditch, Framingham; William Wheeler, Concord; H. H.
Goodell (ex officio), Amherst; F. A. Hill, Boston; J. W. Stockwell (ex officio), Boston.
COURSE OF STUDY.
The course of study requires four years and leads to the degree of B. S.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Henry H. Goodell, LL. D., President of the
Levi Stockbridge, (Honorary) Agr.
Chas. A. Goessmann, PH. D., LL. D., Cherm.
Samuel T. Maynard, B. S., Hort.
Charles Wellington, PH. D., (Assoc.)
Chem.
Charles H. Fernald, PH. D., Zool.
Rev. Charles S. Walker, PH. D., Mental
and Polit. Sci.
William P. Brooks, Pn. D., Agr.
George F. Mills, M. A., Engl. and Latin.
James B. Paige, D. V. S., Vet. Sci.
George E. Stone, PH. D., Bot.
John E. Ostrander, C. E., Engin. and Math.


College and Director of the Station; History.
Henry T. Fernald, PH. D., Ent.
Capt. John Anderson, Mil. Sci. and Tac-
tics.
Herman Babson, M. A., Asst. in Engl.
Samuel F. Howard, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
Fred S. Cooley, B. S., Asst. in Agr.
Richard S. Lull, M. S., Asst. in Zool.
Ralph E. Smith, B. S., Asst. in Bot. and
Instr. in German.
Philip B. Hasbrouck, B. S., Asst. in Math.
George F. Babb, B. A., Instr. French.
Robert W. Lyman, LL. B., Lecturer on
Farm La w.


Hatch Experiment Station of the Massachusetts Agricultural College,
A mherst.
Department of the Massachusetts Agricultural College.
STATION STAFF.
H. H. Goodell, LL. D., Dir. Henri D. Haskins, B. S., Asst. Chem
William P. Brooks, PH. D., Agr. (Fertilizers).
George E. Stone, Pn. D., Bot. and Myc. James E. Halligan, Asst. Chem. (Fertil-
Charles A. Goessmann, PH. D., LL. D., izers).
Hon. Dir.; Chem. (Fertilizers). Daniel Lunt Cleaves, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Joseph B. Lindsey, PH. D., Chem. (Foods (Fertilizers).
and Feeding). Edward B. Holland, M. S., First Chem.
Charles H. Fernald, PH. D., Ent. (Foods and Feeding).
Samuel T. Maynard, B. S., Hort. Philip H. Smith, B. S., Asst. Chem.
J. E. Ostrander, C. E., Met. (Foods and Feeding).
Henry M. Thomson, B. S., Asst. Agr. Henry T. Fernald, PH. D., Assoc. Ent.
Ralph E. Smith, B. S., Asst. Bot. and Myc. George A. Drew, B. S., Asst. Short.
Henry L. Bodfish, Observer.
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MICHIGAN.

Michigan Agricultural College, Agricultural College.
GOVERNING BOARD.

State Board of Agriculture: T. F. Marston (Pres.), Bay City; Franklin Wells, Con-
stantine; Chas. J. Monroe, South Haven; Gov. A. T. Bliss, Lansing; Jonathan L. Snyder
(Pres. College), Agricultural College; E. P. Allen, Ypsilanti; H. F. Marsh, Allegan;
L. W. Watkins, Manchester.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are three, each requiring four years for completion and lead-
ing to the degree of B. S.: The agricultural course, the mechanical course, and the
women's course. Short courses are given in dairying, stock husbandry, fruit culture,
and beet sugar production. A post-graduate course is also provided.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Jonathan L. Snyder, M. A., PH. D., President.


R. C. Kedzie, M. A., M. D., D. Sc., Chem.;
Curator Chem. Lab.
William J. Beal, M. S., PH. D., Bot. and
For.; Curator Bot. Museum.
Levi R. Taft, M. S., Hort. and Landscape
Gard.; Supt. Hort. Dept.
Howard Edwards, M. A., LL. D., Engl.
Lit. and Modern Lang.
Herman K. Vedder, C. E., Math.
A. M. Brown, Sec.
C. D. Smith, M. S., Supt. of Farmers' Insti-
tutes and Dean of Special Courses.
C. L. Weil, B. S., Mech. Engin.
W. B. Barrows, B. S., Zool. and Physiol.;
Curator General Museum.
Frank S. Kedzie, M. S., (Adjunct) Chem.
George A. Waterman, M. S.,V. S., Vet. Sci.
Maj. Chas. A. Vernou, Commandant of
Cadets.
William S. Holdsworth, M. S., (Asst.)
Drawing.
Martin D. Atkins, M. A., (Asst.) Phys.
C. F. Wheeler, B. S., (Asst.) Bot.
W. O. Hedrick, M. S., (Asst.) Hist. and
Polit. Econ.
Maude Gilchrist, B. S., Dean of Women's
Dept.
Georgiana Blunt, Pa. M., (Asst.) Engl.Lit.
and Modern Lang.
Warren Babcock, jr., B. S., (Asst.) Math.
Mrs. Linda E. Landon, Libr.
R. H. Pettit, B. S., Instr. Zool.
Geo. E. Denman, B. A., Phys. Culture.
Jos. A. Jeffery, B. S., (Asst.) Agr.
U. P. Hedrick, M. S., (Asst.) Hort.
B. A. Faunce,


Herman Reynolds, B. S., Instr. Mech.
Engin.
E. Sylvester King, B. S., Instr. Engl.
J. J. Ferguson, B. S., Instr. Animal Husb.
B. O. Longyear, Instr. Bot.
Carrie L. Holt, Instr. Drawing.
C. E. Marshall, Pa. B., (Asst.) Bact.
W. W. Wells, B. S., Instr. Mech. Engin.
Mrs. Jennie L. K. Haner, Instr. Sewing.
Belle C. Crowe, Instr. Domestic Sci.
Mrs. Maud Marshall, Instr. Music.
Thomas Gunson, Instr. Flor.
Leslie L. Locke, Instr. Math.
S. E. Brasefield, M. S., Instr. Math.
Alfred Parrott, Instr. Math.
A. H. Taylor, Instr. Phys.
Philip H. Stevens, B. A., Instr. Engl.
Bertha Wellman, B. S., B. PD., Instr. Engl.
Carrie A. Lyford, Instr. Domestic ci.
Sarah B. S. Avery, Instr. Phys. Calture
Jesse J. Myers, B. S., Instr. Ent.
S. F. Edwards, Instr. Bact.
George Severance, B. S., Instr. Agr.
George C. Humphrey, B. S., Instr. Animal
Husb.
John Michels, Inslr. Dairying.
Chace Newman, Instr. Mech. Drawing and
VWood Shop.
F. C. Kenney, Asst. Sec.
E. R. Blair, Foreman Farm.
W. S. Leonard, Foreman Machine Shops.
W. R. Bradford, Foreman Wood Shop.
C. E. Baker, Foreman Foundry.
Harry M. Goss, B. S., Asst. Libr.
Geo. D. White, Lab. Asnt. Chem.
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'Ixperiment Station of Michigan Agricultural College, Agricultural College."
Department of Michigan Agricultural College.
I STATION STAFF.
Cilinton D. Smith, M. S., Dir. R. H. Pettit, B. S. A., Ent.
VJ. D. Towar, B. S., Agr. Chas. F. Wheeler, B. S., Consulting Rot.
A:Robert C. Kedzie, LL. D., Chem. Mrs. L. E. Landon, Libr.
i:L. R. Taft, M. S., Hort. C. E. Marshall, Pn. B., Bart.
S. L. Dean, Asst. Hort. T. A. Farrand, in Charge of Substa. (S;mth
F. W. Robison, B. S., Asst. Chem. Haren).
George A. Waterman, D. V. M., Consulting Leo M. Geismar, in Charge of Substa.
Vet. ( Chatham).
Louzena D. Kellum, Clerk and Sen.
MINNESOTA.
College of Agriculture of the University of Minnesota, St. Anthony Park,
St. Paul.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: Greenleaf Clark (Pres.), St. Paul; Wm. M3. Liggett, St. Anthon?
'Park; Stephen Mahoney, Minneapolis; Elmer E. Adams, Fergus F lls; Thos. Wilson, St.
Paul; A. E. Rice, Ilillmar; O. C. Strickler, New Ulmn; Jas. T. Wyman, Mfinneapolis;
:.T. L. Schurmeier, St. Paul; Gov. Samuel F. Van Sant, St. Paul; Cyrus Northrop,
i Minneapolis; Jno. W. Olson, Albert Lea; J. E. Ware (Treas.), Minneapolis.
i COURSES OF STUDY. *
The college course requires four years for completion and leads to the degree of
;B. Agr. Instruction in a number of subjects included in the course in agriculture is
I given by the faculty of the college in science, literature, and the arts. There is also
7 a secondary school of agriculture, with a course requiring three years of six months
each for completion, and a dairy course of four weeks. To secure a dairy certificate
the student must have two seasons' actual practice in a creamery or cheese factory,
one of which must follow his work at the dairy school.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Cyrus Northrop, LL. D.,
William M. Liggett, Dean.
Frederick D. Tucker, B. A.,Prin. of School;
Math.
SSamuel B. Green, B. S., Hort. and For.
SCharles R. Aldrich, Drawing, and Farm
Buildings.
William Robertson, B. S., Phys. and Plant
Study.
SJ. A. Vye, Penmanship and Accounts.
Harry Snyder, B. S., Chem.
ST. L. Haecker, Dairy Husb.
SM. H. Reynolds, M. D., V. M., Physiol.
and Vet. Sci.
Willet M. Hays, M. AGR., Agr.
SAndrew Boss, Dressing and Curing Meats;
iFarm Machinery.
J. M. Drew, Blacksmithing and Poultry.
E. W. Major, I

j: Freight and expre
..)!.


President of the universityy .
William Boss, Carpentry and Power Ma-
chinery.
E. W. Mahood, M3. A., Arith., Civics, and
Athletics.
Juniata L. Shepperd, M. A., Cooking and
Laundering.
Margaret Blair. Sewing.
Virginia C. Meredith, Preceptress; House-
hold Art and Social Culture.
Chas. F. Keyes, B. A., Geog. and Hist.;
Registrar.
Sophie M. Pendergast, B. L., Lang.
Grace B. \Vhitridge, Phys. Culture.
Arthur C. Koerner, Music.
B. D. White, Instr. Butter Making.
H. T. Sondergaard, Assf. in Creamery.
Samuel Haugdahl, Asst. in Creamery.


nstr. Dairy Lab.

'ss address, Lansing.


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88 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATION.

Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Minnesota, St. Anthony
Park, St. Paul.
Department of University of Minnesota.
STATION STAFF.
Wm. M. Liggett, Dir. T. A. Hoverstad, B. AGR., As. in Agr.
Willet M. Hays, M. AGR., Agr. (Crookston).
Samuel B. Green, B. S., Hort. R. S. Mackintosh, Asst. in Hort. ( Univ.
Harry Snyder, B. S., Chem. Farm).
T. L. Haecker, Dairy Husb. H. H. Chapman, B. S., B. AGR., Ast. in
M. H. Reynolds, M. D., V. M., Vet. Ar. (Grand Rapids).
F. L. Washburn, Ent. E. W. Major, Asst. in Dairying.
Andrew Boss, Asst. in Agr. ( Univ. Farm). J. A. Hummel, B. AGR., Asst. Chem.
J. A. Vye, Sec.

MISSISSIPPI.

Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural College.
GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Gov. A. H. Longino (Pres. ex officio), Jackson; R. C. King
(Sec.), Agricultural College; G. W. Carlisle (Treas.), Jackson; W. B. Montgomery,
Starkville; H. M. Street, Meridian; T. C. Dockery, Love Station; S. D. Lee, Columbus;
R. C. Lee, Madison Station; W. H. Morgan, Sheppardtown; J. J. Coman, Jackson;
Henry L. Whitfield, Jackson; J. F. McCool, Kosciusko; J. B. Bailey, Conehatta; J. C.
Hardy (Pres. of College), Agricultural College.

COURSES OF STUDY.


The collegiate
degree of B. S.


course of study requires four years for completion and leads to the
Post-graduate courses and a preparatory course are also provided.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


J. C. Hardy, M. A., President.


I. D. Sessums, B. S., Commandant, and
(Acting) Mil. Sci. and Tactics; Asst.
Chem.
A. B. McKay, B. S., Hort.
C. T. Ames, B. S., Asst. in Hort.
A. J. Wiechardt, M. M. E., Mech. Arts.
C. E. Ard, B. S., (Adjunct) Mech. Arts.
J. E. McKell, B. S., Asst. Mech. Arts.
Arthur Whittam, Dir. Textile Dept.
F. A. Abbott, (Asst.) Textile Dept.
J. S. Wier, B. S., (Asst.) Textile Arts.
G. W. Herrick, B. S., Biol.


J. C. Robert, V. M.
W. F. Hand, M. S.,
R. M. Bird, PH. D.,
J. S. Carroll, M. S.,
E. B. Ferris, M. S.,
J. S. Moore, M. S.,
Miss Maude Butler,


D., Vet. Sci.
Chem.
(Asst.) Chem.
Asst. in Chem.
Ast. in Chem.
(Acting) Dairy Husb.
Slen. Chem. Dept.


W. C. Welborn, M. S., Agr.; Dir. Farmers'
Inst.


W. H. Magruder, M. A., Engl.
F. J. Weddell, B. S., (Assoc.) Engl.
A. M. Leigh, B. S., (Asst.) Engl.
B. M. Walker, M. S., Math.
J. W. Fox, M. S., (Assoc.) Math.
C. R. Stark, B. S., Instr. Math.
A. M. Maxwell, Instr. Bookkeeping.
J. M. White, M. S., Hist. and Civics; Libr.
J. C. Herbert, M. S., Prin. Prep. Dept. .
J. S. Wallace, B. S., (Asst.) Prep. Dept.
J. L. Stinson, B. S., Instr. Prep. Dept.
T. E. Royals, B. S., Instr. Prep. Dept.
J. D. Guyton, B. S., (Asst.) Prep. Dept.
R. C. King, B. S., Sec. and Purchasing
Agt..
A. F. Rush, jr., Asst. Sec.
J. A. Turnipseed, Sten.
W. H. Barr, M. D., Surgeov.
J. M. Geraghty, Nurse.
W. J. Gallaway, Steward and Janitor.
J. F. Montgomery, Supt. of Fhrm.






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39


Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural College. a

Department of Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College.

STATION STAFF.

W. L. Hutchinson, M. S., Dir.; Chemn. W. R. Perkins, M. S., (Assor.) Chem.
E. R. Lloyd, M. S., Assl. Dir.; Agr. J. S. Moore, M. S., Dairy Ilush.
G. W. Herrick, B. S., Bot. and Ent. C. T. Ames, B. S., xt. 11or1t.
A. B. McKay, B. S., Horl. R. C. King, B. S., Treas.
J. C. Robert, V. M. D., ~et. Miss Maude Butler, Sten.

Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College, Westside.

OV\'ERNIN; BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Gov. A. H. Longino (Pres. e.r officio), Jackson; Robert Stowers
(Treas. ex officio), ; Jeff Truly, Failefte; J. L. Power (.'ev.) Jckson: H. L.
Whitfield (Stale Supt. of Education) Jackson; C. A. Gordon, Port Gibson; E. N.
Scudder, Vicksburg; C. B. Galloway, Jackson; A. A. Kincannon, bColumbus; P. E.
Williams, Lumberton; J. L. Gillespie, Greenwood; J. B. Chrisman, Canton.

C'OI'RIES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are two: The industrial course of three years and the scientific
course, requiring four years for completion and leading to the degree of B. S.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

\V. H. Lanier, B. A., President.
P. W. Howard, M. A., MIath. Thomas B. Helm, Instr. Blacks milhing.
J. M. May, M. S., General and A nal. Chem., E. R. (orrell, B. S., Instr. Carpelntring.
Phys., and Biol. L. J. Rowan, B. S., AIs.t. in Engl.
E. H. Triplett, D. D., General Ilist. and Geo. H. Oliver, Tutor.
Moral Philos. W. R. Wiley, Tutor.
J. M. Hicks, B. S., Agr. and Supt. Farm. E. W. Ford, Tutor.
M. S. Love, (Asst.) Math. C. A. Gordon, Sec. and Treas.
Daniel W. Gary, B. S., Engl. Rev. A. H. Meves, (haplain and (AsIt.)
A. J. Wade, Instr. Shoemaking. Sci.
William M. Douglass, Instr. Painting.

MISSOURI.

College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts of the University of Missouri,
Columbia.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Curators: John D. Vincil ( Pres. ). St. Loui.i; Gardiner Lathrop ( '. Pres.),
Kansas City; J. G. Babb (Sec.), Columbia; R. B. Price (Trras.), Columbia; R. B. Oliver,
Cape Girardeau; Campbell Wells, Platte City; Walter Williams, Columbia; G. F.
Gmelich, Boonville; D. A. McMillan, Mexico; Archibald McVey, Chillicothe; B. G.
Thurman, Lamar.
COURSES OF STUDY.
In the School of Agriculture the five-years' course leads to the degree of B. S.
in Agr. There are also three short courses: A two-year elementary course; a school
of agriculture of three months, and a school of horticulture of three months.
In the School of Mechanic Arts the four-year course leads to a certificate. In the

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40 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

School of Engineering, four-year courses lead to the degrees of B. S. in civil engineer-
ing, in electrical engineering, in mechanical engineering, and in sanitary engineering,
respectively. The degrees of C. E., E. E., and M. E. are also given for graduate work.
The School of Mines and Metallurgy at Rolla, a department of the College of Agri-
culture and Mechanic Arts, offers a four-years' college course leading to the degree of
B. S.; a four-years' course leading to the degree of B. S. in civil engineering; a four-
years' course leading to the degree of B. S. in mining engineering, and a four-years'
course leading to the degree of B. S. in chemistry and metallurgy. It also offers for
graduate work the degrees of master of science, mining engineer, civil engineer, and
metallurgical engineer.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION AT COLUMBIA.


R. H. Jesse, LL. D., President of the University.


H. J. Waters, B. S. A., Dean.
Paul Schweitzer, PH. D., LL. D., Agr.
Chem.
F. B. Mumford, M. S., Agr.
aJ. C. Whitten, B. S., Hort.
E. A. Allen, LIT. D., Engl.
George Lefevre, B. S., PH. D., Biol.
Jane A. L. Zabriskie, Household Econ.
T. J. Rodhouse, B. S., Instr. Drawing.
S. C. Shipley, B. S., Instr. Mech. Arts.
M. Estelle Porter, B. L., Instr. Commercial
Studies.
J. W. Connaway, M. D. C., M. D., Vet. Sci.
Isidor Loeb, M. A., Polit. Econ.
J. M. Stedman, B. S., Ent.
F. P. Spalding, M. S., Civil Engin.
B. F. Hoffman, M. L., German Lang.
H. M. Belden, B. A., PH. D., Assl. in Engl.


R. Weeks, M. A., PH. D., Romance Lang.
H. B. Shaw, B. C. E., Elect. Engin.
Paul Kauffman, M. D., Bact. and Path.
M. L. Lipscomb, M. A., Phys.
W. H. Turner, B. S., Instr. Mil. Sci.
C. F. Marbut, B. S., M. A., Geol. and Min.
A. R. Alexander, B. E., Mech. Engin. and
Supl. of Shops.
C. H. Eckles, B. AGR., M. S., (Asst.) Dairy
Husb.
W. G. Brown, B. S., PH. D., Chem.
Sidney Calvert, B. S., M. A., Asst. in Chem.
R. B. Moore, B. S., Instr. Chem.
J. N. Fellows, M. A., M. S., Math.
H. C. Penn, M. A., Asst. in Engl.
W. W. Griffith, B. S., Instr. Phys.
Charles Thom, M. A., PH. D., Instr. Bot.
L. M Defoe, B. A., Asst. in Math.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION AT ROLLA.

G. E. Ladd, PH. D., Dir. and Prof. Geol. Victor Hugo Gottschalk, M. S., Chem.
and Mining. G. R. Dean, C. E., Math.
E. G. Harris, C. E., Eng. Paul J. Wilkins, B. S., Instr. Modern Lang.
Austin Lee McCrae, S. D., Phys. J. B. Scott, Instr. Engl.
Herman Otto Schulze, M. E., Metallurgy. A. D. Terrel, Instr. Drawing.
Geo. C. Clark, Asst. Chem.

Missouri Agricultural College Experiment Station, Columbia.

Department of the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts of the University of
the State of Missouri.

STATION STAFF.


Henry J. Waters, B. S. A., Dir.
Paul Schweitzer, Pa. D., Chem.
&J. C. Whitten, B. S., Hort.
J. M. Stedman, B. S., Ent.
J. W. Connaway, M. D. C., Vet.
C. H. Eckles, B. AGR., M. S., Dairying.


W. L. Howard, B. S., Asst. in Hort.
C. Thom, PH. D., Asst. Bot.
John Schnabel, Gard.
J. G. Babb, M. A., Sec.
R. B. Price, Treas.
Miss Estelle Hickok, Clerk and Sten.


* On leave.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


41


Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station, Mountain Grove.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Trustees: J. C. Kerby (Pres.), West Plains; T. M. Culver (Sec.), Koshkonong; C. D.
McAfee (Treas.), Springfield.

STATION STAFF.


J. T. Stinson, B. S., Dir.


Frank Horsfall, B. S., Asst.
A. M. Swartwout, Foreman.


Lincoln Institute, Jefferson City.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Regents: A. H. Bolte (Pres.), Union; Jesse W. Henry, Jfferson City;
Louis Hoffman ( V. Pres.), Sedalia; Oscar G. Burch (Treas.), Jefferson City; W. T.
Carrington (State Supt. of Public Schools), Jefferson City; Robert H. Davis, Greenvill'e;
J. Silas Harris, Kansas City; L. D. Gordon (Sc.), Jtfferson City.

COURSES OF STUDY.

This institution has the following departments: College (four-year course leading
to degree of B. A.), college preparatory, normal (two and four year courses), normal
preparatory, industrial, agricultural, and domestic.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


E. A. Clarke, M. A., President; Ethics and Psychology.


J. H. Garnett, M. A., Latin rand Greek.
A. O. Coffin, M. A., PH. D., Math. and
Phys.
G. S. Murray, B. A., Chem., Biol., and Agr.
Mrs. F. J. Jackson, Engl., Hist., and Pedag.
Archie L. Reynolds, B. A., Asst. in Engl.
and Math.
J. H. Bias, B. A., B. S. D., Drawing, Asst.
in Phys. and Engl.
John H. Bredemann, Supt. Indus. Dept.


Win. R. Menteer, Asst. in Indus. Dept.
Miss Carrie M. Carney, Tnstr. Vocal and
Instrumental Music.
Miss Mary E. Grimshaw, Instr. Selling.
Mrs. Libbie C. Anthony, Matron in Dor-
mitory for Young TWomen and Instr. in
Laundry.
Mrs. Sarah H. Dupee, Maitron in Dor-
imitory for Young Men and Instr. in
Cooking.


MONTA NA.


The Montana College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Bozeman.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Executive Board: Walter S. Hartman (Pres.J, Bozeman; Peter Koch (Sec. and
Treas.), Bozeman; Jno. M. Robinson, Bozeman; Joseph Kountz, Bozeman; E. B.
Lamme, Bozeman.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The following courses are given: Four-year courses in civil engineering, mechan-
ical engineering, electrical engineering, general science, chemistry, agriculture,
and domestic science, leading to degrees, and art, music, business, and preparatory
courses.









BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
James Reid, B. A., President; Mental, Moral, and Political Science and Astronomy.
Frank W. Traphagen, PH.D., F. C. 8., J. A. Thaler, E. E., (Asst.) Mech. Engine.
Phys., Chem., and Geol. H. G. Phelps, Prin. Business Dept.
Mrs. F. E. Marshall, Art. Miss M. A. Cantwell, Prin. Prep. Dept.
W. H. Williams, B. E. E., Elect. Engin. and Miss Helen Brewer, M. A., Instr. Latin and
Mech. Pract. Hist.
W. F. Brewer, M. A., Latin and Engl. Miss Emma Stockinger, Instr. Sten. and
Aaron H. Currier, M. A., French and Typewriting.
German. J. H. Gill, M. E., (Asst.) Mech. Prac.
Miss Lilla A. Harkins, M. S., Domestic Sci. George B. Couper, B. M. E.,Asst. in Shops.
R. S. Shaw, B. S. A., Agr. J. S. Baker, B. S., Instr. Civil Engin.
J. W. Blankinship, PH. D., Bot. Mrs. Mabel K. Hall, PH. B., Instr. Prep.
Samuel Fortier, M. E., Civil Engin. Dept.
R. A. Cooley, B. S., Zool. and Ent. Miss Kate Calvin, Piano.
W. D. Tallman, B. S., Math. Miss Grace Stanton, Instr. Piano.
W. M. Cobleigh, M. E., M.A., (A.st.) Phys. Miss Winnifred G. Kinney, Vocal Music.
Mrs. Mary Winter, Libr.
Montana Agricultural Experiment Station, Bozeman.
Department of Montana Agricultural College.
STATION STAFF.


S. Fortier, M. E., Dir.; Irrig. Engin.
F. W. Traphagen, PH. D., Chem.
Robert S. Shaw, B. S. A., Agr.
Henry C. Gardner, Asst. Agr.
M. A. Lamme,


Edmund Burk, Asst. Chem.
J. W. Blankinship, PH. D., Bot.
Robt. A. Cooley, B. S., Zool.
E. J. S. Moore, Asst. Ent.
Sten. and Clerk.


NEBRASKA.
The Industrial College of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Regents of the University: E. von Forell (Pres.), Kearney; Carl J. Ernst, Lincoln;
Elisha C. Calkins, Kedrney; Geo. F. Kenower, Wisner; Edson C. Rich, 1537 Park ave.,
Omaha; John L. Teeters, Lincoln.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The groups (courses) of study are as follows, each ordinarily requiring four years for
completion and leading to the degree of B. Sc.: General scientific group; general agri-
cultural group; special groups-agricultural and cheinistry, botany and agriculture,
botany and zoology, chemistry and physics, horticulture and botany, mathematics
and physics, zoology and philosophy; and technical groups-technical agriculture,
civil engineering, municipal engineering, electrical engineering, steam engineering,
and mechanical engineering. One and three years' courses in elementary agriculture
and a course in dairying are also provided in the school of agriculture.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
E. Benjamin Andrews, LL. D., Chancellor of the University.
Charles Edwin Bessey, LL. D., Dean of Hudson H. Nicholson, M. A., Chem. and
the Indus. College; Bot. Dir. of Chem. Lab.
Edgar Albert Burnett, B. S., Assoc. Dean Lucius A. Sherman, Pn. D., Engl. Lang.
of the Indus. College; Animal Husb. and Lit.
Ellery Williams Davis, PH. D., Math. De Witt B. Brace, PH. D., Phys.
James T. Lees, PH. D., Examining Dean; Howard Walter Caldwell, M. A., Amer-
Greek Lang. and Lit. ican Hist. and Jurisprudence.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


Erwin Hinckley Barbour, Pu. D., Geol.
and Acting State Geol.; Curator of Statt
Museum.
Lawrence Bruner, B. Sc., Ent., Ornithol-
ogy and Taxidermy.
Goodwin Deloss Swezey, M. A., Astron.
and Met.
Henry Baldwin Ward, Pr. D., Zool.
W. G. Langworthy Taylor, LL. B., Polit.
and Econ. Sci.
Oscar V. P. Stout, C. E., Civil Engin.
Charles Russ Richards, M. E., M. M. E.,
Mech. Engin. and Pract. Mecih.
George H. Morse, B. E., Elect. Engine.
T. Lyttleton Lyon, B. S. A., Agr.
Albert Eugene Davisson, B. A., Prin. of
the School of Agr.; Econ.; Agr. Educa-
tion.
H. R. Smith, B. S., (Asst.) Aninal Ilusb.
Thomas Morey Hodgman, M. A., (Assoc.)
Math.
Rollins Adams Emerson, B. Sc., (Asst.)
Hort.
Archibald Louis Haecker, B. S., (Adjunct)
Dairy Husb. in. Charge of the Dept.
Rosa Bouton, M A., (Adjunct) Chem.
Albert Luther Candy, PH. D;, (Adjunct)
Math.
George Richard Chatburn, M. A., (Ad-
junct) Math. and Civil Engin.
Burton Evans Moore, M. A., (Adjunct)
Phys.
Prosser Hall Frye, B. A., (Adjunct) Engl.
Lang.
Robert Henry Wolcott, M. D., M. A.,
(Adjunct) Zool.


Clarence A. Skinner, PH. D., (Adjunct)
Phys.
Paul H. Grummann, M. A., (Adjunct)
Germanic Lang.
A. T. Wiancko, B. S. A., Tnstr. Agr.
Anne Louise Barr, Instr. Phys. Training
and Dir. of Woman's Gymnasium.
George Andrew Loveland, B. L., Instr.
Astron. and Met.
Frederic Edward Clements, PH. D.,Instr.
Bot.
Herbert S. Evans,E. E., nstr. Elect. Engin.
Robert Moritz, M. PH., Instr. Math.
Roscoe Pound, PH. D., Instr. Jurispru-
dence.
Miller M. Fogg, M. A., Instr. Engl. Lang.
Belva M. Herron, B. Sc., Instr. Polit. and
Econ. Sci.
Thaddeus Lincoln Bolton, PH. D., Instr.
Philos.
Mary Louise Fossler, M. A., Instr. Chem.
Carl Christian Engberg, PH. D., Instr.
Math.
Robert Silver Hiltner, M. A., Instr. Chem.
Samuel A. Smoke, B. A., Instr. Mil. Tactics.
J. E. Almy, PH. D., Instr. Phys.
May Chamberlin, M. A., Instr. Germanic
Lang.
Grace Jones, B. Sc., Asst. Instr. Domestic Sci.
Albert Buell Lewis, B. A., Asst. Instr.
Zool.
Willard Ward Votaw, Asst. in Pract. Mech.
John L. Gerig, B. A., Felloiw in Romance
Iang.
James Ingersoll Wyer, B. L. S., Libr. and
Asst. in Bibliography.


Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska, Lincoln.

Department of the University of Nebraska.

STATION STAFF.


E. A. Burnett,B. S.. Dir.; Animal Hush.
T. L. Lyon, B. S. A., Assoc. Dir.; Agr.
H. H. Nicholson, M. A., Chem.
C. E. Bessey, Pu. D., Bot.
Lawrence Bruner, B. S., Ent.
E. H. Barbour, PH. D., Geol.
A. T. Peters, D. V. M., Animal Path.
G. D. Swezey, M. A., Met.
O. V. P. Stout, C. E., Irrig. Engin.


A. T. Wiancko, B. S. A., Asst. Agr.
R. A. Emerson, B. S., Hort.
A. L. Haecker, B. S., Dairy HuEb.
Henry B. Slade, B. A., Asst. Chem.
J. H. Gain, M. D. C., Asst. in Animal Path.
H. R. Smith, B. S., Asst. in Animal Husb.
S. W. Perin, Foreman of Farm.
J. S. Dales, M. PH., Financial Sec.
W. W. Marshall, Executive Clerk.


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44 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

NEVADA.

School of Agriculture of the Nevada State University, Reno.

GOVERNING BOARD.

J. N. Evans (Pres.), Reno; W. E. F. Deal, Virginia City; W. W. Booher, Elko.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The regular course requires four years for completion and leads to the degree of
B. S. A short course in agriculture is also provided, requiring five months of each
year for four years and leading to no degree. Short courses in agriculture, dairying,
domestic science, and assaying are given during the months of January and February
of each year, for the benefit of ranchers and prospectors.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

Joseph E. Stubbs, M. A., D. D., President of the University and Director of the Experi-
mernt Sation.


H. H. Dexter, B. A., Libr.
George J. Young, B. S., Metallurgy and
Assaying.
George D. Louderback, PH. D., Geol.,
Min., and Phys.
Ransom H. McDowell, B. S., Agr. and
Animal Husb.
N. E. Wilson, M. S., Chem.
Lysander W. Cushman, PH. D., Engl.
Lang. and Lit.
Richard Brown, Supt. Mech. Dept.
Henry Thurtell, B. S., Mech. and Math.
James E. Church, jr., M. A., Latin Lang.
and Lit.


P. Beveridge Kennedy, PH. D., Bot. and
Hort.
Mrs. Mary W. Emery, M. A., Pedag.
Robert Lewers, Polit. Econ. and Logic.
Hollis C. Clark, Capt., U. S. A. (Retired),
Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
Samuel B. Doten, B. A., Ent.
Peter TFransden, M. A., Zool. and Bact.
Laura de Laguna, M. A., Modern Lang.
Jennie E. Wier, B. A., Hist.
Kate Bardenwerper, Domestic Sri.
George F. Blessing, B. S., Mech. Engin.
L. F. J. Wrinkle, Mining Engin.
L. A. Darling, B. S., Mech. Engin.


Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station, Reno.

Department of Nevada State University.

STATION STAFF.


Joseph E. Stubbs, M. A., D. D., Dir.
Ransom H. McDowell, B. S., Agr. and
Animal Husb.
Nathaniel E. Wilson, M. S., Chem.
Peter Fransden, B. A., Zool. and Bact.


P. Beveridge Kennedy, Bot. and Hort.
Elizabeth Spayd Stubbs, Sten.
Samuel B. Doten, Ent.
Theodore Clark, Foreman Farm.
H. H. Dexter, B. A., Libr.


NEW IIAMPSHIRE.

New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, Durham.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: G. A. Wason (Pres.), New Boston; Gov. Chester B. Jordan (ex
officio), Concord; W. M. Parker (Treas.), Manchester; C. S. Murkland (ex oicio),
Durham; C. W. Stone, East Andover; Lucien Thompson (Sec.), Durham; J. G. Tal-
lant, Pembroke; F. P. Comings, Lee; G. B. Williams, Walpole; Warren Brown, Hamp-
ton Falls; R. W. Pillsbury, Londonderry; II. W. Keyes, Hatrerhill; R. M. Scammon,
Stratham; J. E. Shepard, New London.







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COURSES OF STUDY.

There are five courses of study, each requiring four years for completion and lead-
ing to the degree of B. S.: Course in agriculture, course in chemistry, course in
mechanical engineering, course in electrical engineering, and general course (open
to women). Also a two years' course in agriculture not leading to any collegiate
degree, a ten weeks' course in agriculture, and a ten weeks' course in dairying.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Charles S. Murkland, MI. A., PH. D., D. D.,
Charles H. Pettee, M3. A., C. E., Dean;
Math. and Ciril Engin.
Clarence W. Scott, M. A., Hist. and Polit.
Econ.
Fred W. Morse, M. S., Organic Chem.
Charles L. Parsons, B. S., General and
Anal. Chem.
Clarence M. Weed, D. Sc., Zool. and Ent.
Frank William Rane, B. AG(R., M. S.,
Hort. and For.
William D. Gibbs, M. Sc., Agr.
Carleton A. Read, B. S., Merl. Engin.
Arthur F. Nesbit, M. A., B. S., (Assoc.)
Phys. and Elect. Engine.
A. Williams,


President; English Language and Lictrature.
Herbert H. Lamson, M. D., (Assoc.) Bot.
Joseph H. Hawes, (Assoc.) Drawiing.
Richard Whorisky, jr., B. A., (Asst.)
Modern Lang.
W. W. Braman, B. S., (Asst.) Chem. and
Min.
John N. Brown, Instr. Machine Work.
Irving A. Colby, B. S., Instr. Woodwork.
Ivan C. Weld, Instr. Dairying.
A. F. Conradi, Fellow in Biol.
Harry F. Hall, Asst. in Hort.
Edward H. Hancock, B. S., Engin. and
Curator of Bu ildings.
Frederick C. Keith, Purchasing Agt.
Herdsman, Vet.


New Hampshire College Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham.

Department of New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts.

STATION STAFF.


W. D. Gibbs, M. S., Dir. and Agr.
Fred W. Morse, M. S., 1. Dir.; Chem.
Charles H. Pettee, M. A., C. E., Met.
Herbert. Lamson, M. D., Bact.
A. WVilliams, Asst. in Dairy Husb.


Clarence M. Weed, D. Sc., Ent.
Frank Win. Rane, B. AGR., MI. S., Hort.
Harry A. Clark, B. S., Asst. Chem.
A. F. Conradi, ,.sst. Ent.
Frederick C. Keith, Clerk.
F. Hall, Gard.


NEW JERSEY.

Rutgers Scientific School, the New Jersey State College for the Benefit of
Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts, New Brunswick.

(OVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Gov. Franklin Murphy (ex officio), Trenton; \V. S. Gummere
(Chief Justice of the State), Elizabeth; S. H. Grey (Attorney-General), Camden; Austin
Scott (Pres.), New Brunswick; M. E. Viele, Albany, N. Y.; H. L. Janeway, New
Brunswick; Joachim Elmendorf, New York City; Paul D. Van Cleef, Jersey City;
Samuel Sloan, New York City; H. \V. Bookstaver, New York City; R. F. Ballantine,
Newark; William Clark, Newark; David Bingham, East Orange; Frederick Freling-
huysen (Treas.), Newark; Jonathan Dixon, Jersey City; James Neilson, New Bruns-
twick, Roderick Terry, New York City; T. G. Bergen, Brooklyn, N. K; E. B. Coe,
New York City; J. B. Drury, New Brunswick; James Le Fevre, Middlebush; F. J.
Collier, Hudson, N. Y.; Paul Cook, Troy, N. KY; David Murray (Sec.), New Bruns-




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46 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


wick; G. D. W. Vroom, Trenton; J. B. Kirkpatrick, New Brunswick; W. H. Leupp,
New Brunswick; Peter Donald, New York City; E. F. Brooks, Philadelphia, Pa.;-
J. P. Searle, New Brunswick; W. H..S. Demarest, New Brunswick; W. F. Wyckoff,
Brooklyn, N. Y.; J. W. Herbert, Helmetta.

COURSES OF STUDY.

There are five distinct courses of study: A course in agriculture, a course in civil
engineering and mechanics, a course in chemistry, a course in electricity, and a
course in biology. Each course requires four years for completion and leads to the
degree of B. S.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Austin Scott, PH. D., LL. D., President; History and Political Science.


Rev. Jacob Cooper, D. D., D. C. L., LL. D.,
Logic and Mental Philos.
Rev. Carl Meyer, D. D., Modern Lang. and
Lit.
Francis Cuyler Van Dyck, PH. D., Phys.
and Expt. Mech.
Edward Albert Bowser, C. E., LL. D.,
Math. and Engin.
Rev. Charles Edward Hart, D. D., Ethics,
Evidences of Christianity, and the Engl.
Bible.
Louis Bevier, jr., PH. D., Greek Lang. and
Lit.; Sec. Extension Dept.
Alfred Alexander Titsworth, M. S., C. E.,
Graphics and Math.
Julius Nelson, PH. D., Biol.
Byron David Halsted, D. Sc., Bot. and
Hort.
John Bernhard Smith, D. Sc., Ent.
Edward Burnett Voorhees, D. Sc., Agr.
Albert Huntington Chester, E. M., PH. D.,
D Sc., Chem. and Min.; Curator Mu-
seum.
John Charles Van Dyke, L. H. D., Hist.
of Art.


Robert Woodworth Prentiss, M. S., Math.
and Astron.
Eliot Robertson Payson, PH. D., Hist. and
Art Teaching.
Edward Luther Stevenson, PH. D., BtRt.
Rev. Henry Du Bois Mulford, M. A.,
Engl. Lang. and Lit.
Quincy O'M. Gillmore, Capt., U. S. A.
. (Retired), Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
William Hamilton Kirk, Pa. D., Latin
Lang. and Lit.
Irving Strong Upson, M. A., Libr. and
Registrar; Sec. of Faculty.
Clarence Livingston Speyers, PH. B.,
(Assoc.) Chem.
Edwin Bell Davis, B. L., Instr. Modern
Lang.
Edward Livingston Barbour, B. 0., Instr.
Rhel. and Elocution.
Fred Herbert Dodge, B. A., Instr. Phys.
Training; Dir. Gymnasium.
Richard Morris, B. S., Instr. Math. and
Graphics.
Albert W. Boesche, M. A., Instr. German.
Byron B. Brackett, PH. D., Instr. Elect.Sci.


Cullen W. Parmelee, B. S., Instr. Chem.


New Jersey Agricultural College Experiment Station, New Brunswick.

Department of Rutgers College.

STATION STAFF.


Edward B. Voorhees, D. Sc., Dir.
Julius Nelson, PH. D., Biol.
Byron D. Halsted, D. Sc., Bot. and Hort.
John B. Smith, D. Sc., Ent.
Augusta E. Meske,


Wm. P. Allen, Asst. Chem.
James A. Kelsey, M. S., Field Asat.
Irving S. Upson, M. A., Disbursing Clerk
and Libr.
Sten. and Typewriter.







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New Jersey State Agricultural Experiment Station, New Brunswick.
At Rutgers College.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Managers: Gov. Franklin Murphy, Trenton; Austin Scott, New Bruns-
& wick; Edward B. Voorhees, New Brunswick; Ephraim T. Gill, Haddonfield; Robert
Gwynne, Salem; Winfield S. Bonham, Shiloh; John E. Darnell, Masoncille; David D.
SDenise (Pres.), Freehold; James Neilson, New Brunswick; Samuel B. Ketcham
S( V. Pres.), Pennington; George Fritts, Pattenburg; Josiah Ketcham, Belvidere; James
A. Burnett, Hilton; Abram C. Holdrum, l'estwood; George H. Blakeley, Paterson;
George E. De Camp, Roseland; Cyrus B. Crane, Caldwell; George Dorer, East Orange;
Ira C. Kilburn, South Orange; Rynier J. Wortendyke, Jersey City; Lucius F. Dono-
hoe, Bayonne; John B. Williams, New Durham; Philip M. Brett, Jersey City.
STATION STAFF.
Edward B. Voorhees, D. Sc., Dir. Clarence B. Lane, B. S.; Asst. in Dairy
Irving S. Upson, M. A., Chief Clerk; Sec. Husb.
and Treas. Jacob G. Lipman, M. A., Soil Chem. and
Louis A. Voorhees, M. A., Chief Chem. Bact.
John P. Street, M. S., Assoc. Chem. William P. Allen, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Alva T. Jordan, B. S., Asst. Hort. Mary A. Whitaker, Sten. and Typewriter.
Vincent J. Carberry, Lab. Asst.
Harry W. Williams, Janitor.

NEW MEXICO.

New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, iesilla Park.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: L. Bradford Prince (Pres.), Santa Fe; P. H. Curran (Sec. and
Treas.), Las Cruces; G. A. Richardson, Roswell; H. B. Holt, Las C&ices; Seaman Field,
Deming. Advisory Members: Gov. Miguel A. Otero, Santa Fe; J. F. Chaves (Supt.
Public Instruction), Santa Fe.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are three: A course in agriculture, a course in mechanical
engineering, and a general or scientific course.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
Luther Foster, M. S. A., P'resident of the College and Director of the Erperiment Station.
Clarence T. Hagerty, M. S., Mat/h. and D. M. Richards, B. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.
Astron. Francis E. Lester, Registrar; Prin. Sten.
Arthur Goss, M. S., A. C., Chem. Dept.
Frank W. Brady, M. E., Mech. Engin. R. Fred Hare, M. S., (Asst.) Chem.
Hiram Hadley, M. A., Hist. and Philos. Fabian Garcia, B. S., (Asst.) Hort.
Elmer O. Wooton, M. A., Biol., Geol., and Charles Mills, (Asst.) Mech. Arts.
Phys. William Alexander Sutherland, B. S.,
Edith Davis, B. A. Rhet. and Lit. Instr. Spanish and Latin.
J. D. Tinsley, B. S., Soil Phys. Geraldine Combs, Asst. in Prep. Dept.
Alice Horning, B. S., Dean of Women; Helen Mar Macgregor, Asst. in Sten. and
Domestic Econ. Typewriting; Sten.
John J. Vernon, M. S. AGR., Agr. and A. B. Sage, B. S., Asst. in Engin. Dept.
Hort. Charlotte A. Baker, Libr.; Asst. in Engl.
Lavinia L. Brown, Asst. in Prep. Dept.
Fannie E. Blakesley, B. L., Asst. in Prep. Dept.




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Luther Foster, M. S. A., Dir. John D. Tinsley, B. 8., V. Dir.; Soil PPhky
Arthur Goss, M. S., A. C., Chem. and Met.
John J. Vernon, M. S. AGR., Agr. Fabian Garcia, B. S., Hort.
E. O. Wooton, M. A., Bot. R. Fred Hare, M. S., Asst. Chem.
Francis E. Lester, Registrar.
Helen M. Macgregor, Sten.


NEW YORK.


New York Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Control: Stephen H. Hammond (Pres.), Geneva; W. O'Hanlon (Sec. and
Treas.), Geneva; Gov. Benj. B. Odell, jr., Albany; A. C. Chase, Syracuse; F. O. Cham-
berlain, Canandaigua; F. C. Schraub, Lounille; Nicholas Hallock, Queens; Edgar G.
Dusenbury, Portville; Oscar H. Hale, North Stockholm; Martin L. Allen, Fayette.
STATION STAFF.

W. H. Jordan,.D. Sc., Dir. Charles W. Mudge, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Geo. W. Churchill, Agr. and Supt. Labor. E. B. Hart, B. S., Asst. Chem.
Wm. P. Wheeler, Animal Indus. Andrew J. Patten, B. S., Asst. Chern.
H. A. Harding, B. S., Bact. Geo. A. Smith, Dairy Expert.
L. A. Rogers, B. S., Assl. in Bact. Frank H. Hall, B. S., Editor and Libr.
F. C. Stewart, M. S., Bot. Victor H. Lowe, M. S., Ent.
H. J. Eustace, B. S., Asst. in Bot. P. J. Parrott, Asst. Ent.
L. L. Van Slyke, PH. D., Chem. S. A. Beach, M. S., Hort.
C. G. Jenter, PH. C., Asst. Chem. N. 0. Booth, B. AGR., Asst. Hort.
W. H. Andrews, B. S., Asst. Chem. O. M. Taylor, Foreman in Hort.
aJ. A. LeClerc, B. S., Asst. Chem. F. E. Newton, Clerk and Sten.
Fred D. Fuller, B. S., Asst. Chem. Jennie Terwilliger, Clerk and Sten.
A. H. Horton, Computer.

NEW YORK.

Cornell University, Ithaca.
GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Alonzo B. Cornell, Ithaca; J. G. Schurman, Ithaca; Governor,
Lieutenant-Governor, Speaker of the Assembly, Superintendent of Public Instruction,
Commissioner of Agriculture, President of the State Agricultural Society, Librarian
of the Cornell Library, ex qofcio; S. D. Halliday, Ithaca; H. M. Sage, Menands; R. H.
Treman, Ithaca; G. B. Turner, Auburn; M. Van Cleef, Ithaca; F. S. Washburn, New
York City; A. C. Barnes, Brooklyn; F. C. Cornell, Ithaca; C. S. Francis, Troy; J. T.
Newman, Ithaca; W. H. Sage, Albany; R. B. Williams, Ithaca; C. S. Shepard, New
Haven; H. E. Sibley, Rochester; Ruth Putnam, New York City; H. W. Sackett, New
York Cily; S. L. Woodford, New York City; Andrew Carnegie, Pittsburg, Pa.; J. C.


Hendrix, Brooklyn; Charles
H. Hiscock, Syracuse; G. R.


H. Blood, Ithaca; C. G. Wagner, Binghamton; Frank
Williams, Ithaca; E. L. Williams (Sec.-Treas.).


*On leave.


AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND" EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

Agricultural Experiment Station of New Mexico, Mesilla Park.
Department of New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
STATION STAFF.






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COURSES OF STUDY.

Among the numerous courses of study offered by the university is one which lead.-
to the degree of bachelor of the science of agriculture. This course requires foul
years for completion, and during the last two years the student selects most of his
studies in work given by the departments of agriculture and horticulture, and in the
courses in agricultural chemistry and economic entomology. Post-graduate courses
leading to advanced degrees are provided, and special courses in subjects relating to
agriculture are also arranged.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. a


Jacob Gould Schurman. M.
Isaac Phillips Roberts, M. AGR., Dir. Col-
lege Agr., Dean Faculty; Agr.


George Chapman Caldwell,
Agr. and General Chem.n
James Law, F. R. C. V. S.,
and Surgery.
John Henry Comstock, B.
General Invertebrate Zool.
George Walter Cavanaugh,
Chem.


B. S., PH. D.,

Vle. Medicine

S., Ent. and

B. S., (Asst.)


Alexander Dyer MacGillivray, B. S. A.,
Asst. in Ent.
George Nieman Lauman, B. S. A., Instr.
in Hort.
Walter W. Hall, Asst. in Cheese Making.
Webster E. Griffith, Asst. in Butter
. Making.
John Lemuel Stone, B. S. A., Asst. in Agr.
Liberty Hyde Bailey, M. S., General and
Expt. lHort.
George Francis Atkinson, PH. B., Bot.
Simon Henry Gage, B. S., Anal.


A., D. Sc., LL. D., President.
Willard Winfield Rowlee, B. L., D. Sc.,
Plant Histology.
Henry Hiram Wing, M. S., (And.s) Animld
Indus. and Dairy Hush.
Mark Vernon Slingerland, B. S., (Als.t.)
Ent.
Louis Adelbert Clinton, B. S., (Assl.) Agr.
Hugh C. Troy, B. S. A., As.t. in D1airy
Lab.
John Craig, B. S., M. S., Univ. Extension
Teaching in Agr. and lort.
John W. Spencer, Deputy Chi:'f nature
Study.
Mrs. Anna Botsford Comstock, B. S.,
Lecturer in Xature StudY!.
Mary Rogers Miller, B. S., Lecturer in
Aature Study.
Martha Van Rensselaer, Univ. Eten.sion
IWork.
James Alfred Foord, B. S., Ass4. in Dairy
Husb.
Charles E. Hunn, Foreman Garden.


Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, Ithaca.

Department of Cornell University.

STATION STAFF.

Isaac P. Roberts, M. AGR., Dir.; Agr. Louis A. Clinton, B. S., Asst. Agr.
George C. Caldwell, B. S., PH. D., Chem. J. L. Stone, B. S. A., Asst. in Agr.
James Law, -F. R. C. V. S., Vet. George W. Cavanaugh, B. S., Asst. Chenm.
John H. Comstock, B. S., Ent. Clayton O. Smith, B. S., lAst. in Crypto-
Liberty H. Bailey, M. S., Hort. ganic Bot.
Henry H. Wing, B. AGR., M. S., Dairy O. F. Hunziker, B. S. A., M. S. A., Dairy
Husb. and Animal Indus. Bact.
G. F. Atkinson, M. S., (Cryptogamic Bot. Jas. A. Foord, B. S. A., Asst. in Dairy
John Craig, B. S., Extension Work in Agr. Ihlsb.
and Hort. Chas. E. Hunn, Gardner.
Mark V. Slingerland, B. S., Asst. Ent. E. L. Williams, Treas.
E. A. Butler, Clerk.

*Includes only instructors in subjects directly relating to agriculture. Many other members of the
university faculty give instructions to students pursuing the course leading to the degree of B. S. A
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NORTH CAROLINA.

The North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, West Raleigh.

GOVERNING BOARD.

S. L. Patterson, Commissioner of Agriculture, Chairman.
Board of Agriculture: J. B. Coffield, Everetts; E. L. Daughtridge, Rockymount;
Wm. Dunn, Newbern; C. N. Allen, Auburn; J. S. Cunningham, Cunningham; A. T.
McCallum, Red Springs; J. P. McRae, Laurinburg; L. G. Waugh, Dobson; W. A.
Graham, Machpelah; A. Cannon, Horseshoe; J. R. Joyce, Reidsville; G. E. Flow,
Monroe; J. C. Ray, Boone; Howard Browning, Littleton.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The general courses of study are seven, each requiring four years for completion-
the course in agriculture, leading to the degree of B. A.; the courses in civil, meehan-
ical, electrical, mining, and chemical engineering; and the course in textile science
and art, each leading to the degree of B. E.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

G. T. Winston, LL. D., President.


W. A. Withers, M. A., Chem.
D. H. Hill, M. A., Engl.
C. W. Burkett, M. S., Pn. D., Agr.
W. C. Riddick, B. A., C. E., Math. and
Civil Engin.
Thos. M. Dick, M. E., Mech. Engin.
F. A. Weihe, M. A., PH. D., Phys. and
Elect. Engin.
H. C. Walter, Instr. Phys. and Elect.
Engin.
F. E. Phelps, Capt., U. S. A. (Retired), Mil.
Tactics and Hist.
Tait Butler, V. S., Vet. and Animal Indus.
E. B. Owen, B. S., Asst. in Engl.
R. E. L. Yates, M. A., Asst. Math.
G. S. Fraps, PH. D., Asst. Chem.


F. L. Stevens, M. S., PH. D., Instr. Biol.
Franklin Sherman, jr., Instr. Ent.
Henry M. Wilson, B. A., Instr. Textile
Sci. and Art.
T. A. Chittenden, B. S., Ast. in Drawing.
V. W. Bragg, Supt. Wood Shops.
M. E. Carter, Instr. in Woodworking.
C. L. Fish, Instr. Civil Engin.
C. B. Park, Supt. Shops.
B. S. Skinner, Farm Supt.
W. A. Syme, Asst. in Chem.
E. B. Owen, B. S., Libr.
Mrs. D. Lewis, Matron.
James R. Rogers, M. D., Physician.
A. F. Bowen, Bursar and Sec.
Mrs. E. V. Darby, Sten.


North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, West Raleigh.

Department of North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.

STATION STAFF.


B. W. Kilgore, M. S., Dir.
W. A. Withers, M. A., Chem.
C. W. Burkett, M. S., PH. D., Agr.
W. F. Massey, C. E., Hort.
Tait Butler, V. S., Vet.
Franklin Sherman, jr., Ent.


G. S. Fraps, PH. D., Asst. Chem.
H. P. Richardson, Poultryman.
B. S. Skinner, Farm Supt.
B. F. Walton, Supt. Agr. Expt. Work.
Mrs. E. V. Darby, Sten.
A. F. Bowen, Bursar.







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The Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race, Greensboro.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: A. M. Scales (Pres.), Greensboro; S. A. Kerr (Sec. and Trea..),
Greensboro; W. R. Williams, Falkland; H. C. Tyson, Il'ashington, D. C.; L. C. Cald-
well, Statesville; J. T. Benbow, Easibend; C. E. Lane, Waishington, D. C.; J. Y. Joyner,
Greensboro; M. C. S. Noble, Chapel Hill; G. T. Dunlap, Norwood; J. L. Currie, Car-
thage.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are: Agriculture, horticulture, arboriculture, and botany;
chemistry; physics, mechanics, and applied mathematics; mathematics, United States
history, and domestic economy.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

James B. Dudley, M. A., Preshidcnt; MatIh.
John Thompson, B. AGR., A gr. and Chem. F. M. Hamilton, Blarkwmilth.
Orlo Eppes, Phys., Applied Math., and Junius Rooks, Stwriard.
Mech. William Yates, Tinning.
Chas. H. Moore, M. A., Engl. W. P. Johnson, Florist.
J. R. Quick, B. AGR., A.1t. in Engl. Dept. P. E. Robinson, B. AGR., Assf. in Agr.
Adam Watson, B. S., Mach. W. W. West, (arpentry.
\V. P. McClelland, ,Shoeimaker.


NORTII DAKOTA.

North Dakota Agricultural College, Agricultural Collcge.a

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: W. H. Robinson (Pres.), Mayr!illr; B. N. Stone, La Moure; John
W. von Nieda (Treas.), Firgo; Henry J. Rusch (Sec.), bFrgo; S. S. Lyon, Fargo;
Alex. Stern, Fargo; Maynard Crane, Cooperstorwn; Geo. E. Osgood, Fargo.

COURSES OF STUDY.

Four-year courses leading to the degree of B. S. are as follows: Agriculture,
mechanics, and science; there are also short courses in agriculture, dairying, and
domestic economy.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


J. H. Worst, LL. D., President of the C
E. F. Ladd, B. S., Chem.
C. B. Waldron, B. S., lort. and For.
H. L. Bolley, M. S., Bot. and Zool.
E. S. Keene, B. S., Mech. Engin.
J. H. Shepperd, M. S. A., Agr.
H. W. McArdle, B. S., Math.; Registrar.
E. E. Kaufman, B. AGR., Dairying.
Marie B. Senn, M. S., Household Econ.
J. W. Dunham, V. S., Vet. Sci.


college and Director of the E.xeriment Station.
James Ulio, Capt., L. S. A., Mil. Sci. and
Tactics.
G. E. Hult, M. A., Engl. Lang. and Lit.
C. M. Hall, B. S., Geol.
A. M. Ten Eyck, M. S., (Asst.) Agr.
C. H. Mallarian, PH. D., (Asst.) Philos.
and Modern Lang.
Albert T. Mills, Pn. B., (Asst.) Hist. and
Ci'il Government.


a Freight and express address, Fargo.








P. S. Rose, B. S., (Asst.) team Engin. and
Math.
Amy Nichol, Instr. Sewing.
Robt. S. Northrop, B. S., (Asst.) Hort.
and For.
L. R. Waldron, B. S., Instr. Bot. and Zool.
Grace Lincoln Burnam, Inslr. Chorus
Work and Voice Culture.


C. E. Nugent, Sec.; Irosr. BookeaVWp
Commercial Law.
Ethel McVeety, Libr. '
T. F. Manns, Lab. Bot. and Zool.
L. B. Greene, Chem. Lab. :,
Adele Shepperd, Chem. Lab.
H. H. Peck, Forge Shop.
W. B. Morgan, Wood Shop.


North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural Colege.

Department of North Dakota Agricultural College.

STATION STAFF.


J. H. Worst, LL. D., Dir.
E. F. Ladd, B. S., Chem.
J. H. Shepperd, M. S. A., Afr.
C. B. Waldron, B. S., Hort.


H. L. Bolley, M. S., Bot.
A. M. Ten Eyck, M. S., Asst. Agr.
H. M. Ash, Farm Supt.
C. E. Nugent, Bookkeeper and Accounotat


OHIO.

The Colleges of Agriculture and Domestic Science and of Veterinar
Medicine, Ohio State University, Columbus. J

GOVERNING BOARD. .
Board of Trustees: O. T. Corson (Pres.), Columbus; Paul Jones (V. Pres.), Coaum-
bus; Alexis Cope (Sec.), Columbus; L. F. Kiesewetter (Treas.), Columbus; T. .
Godfrey, Celina; J. McLain Smith, Dayton; D. M. Massie, Chillicothe; Myron T.
Herrick, Cleveland.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The university is divided into six colleges, as follows: Agriculture and Domestic'
Science; Arts, Philosophy, and Science; Engineering; Law; Pharmacy; and Veteri-'
nary Medicine.
The College of Agriculture and Domestic Science offers six distinct courses of:
study: Four-year courses in agriculture, horticulture and forestry, and domestic;
science; two-year courses in agriculture and borticulture and domestic science, and":
a one-term course in dairying. Degrees are granted in the four-year courses as fol-:
lows: B. S. in agriculture, B. S. in horticulture and forestry, and B. S. in domestic
science.
The College of Veterinary Medicine offers a three-year course leading to the degree
of D. V. M., and to a certificate of veterinary surgeon to those who fail in certain:.
requirements for admission.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Rev. William Oxley Thompson,
Thomas Forsyth Hunt, M. S., Dean; Agr.
William Rane Lazenby, M. AGR., Sec.;
Hort. and For.
Henry Adam Weber, PH. D., Agr. Chem.
Benjamin Franklin Thomas, PH. D.,
Phy's.
George Wells Knight, PH. D., American
Hist. and Polit. Sci.
Rosser Daniel Bohannan, B. S., C.. E.,
E. M., Math.


D. D., President of the University.
Ernst August Eggers, Germanic Lang. and 1
Lit.
Albert Martin Bleile, M. D., Anat. and|
Physiol.
William Ashbrook Kellerman, Pi. D.,
Bot.
George Beecher Kauffman, B. S., Phar-
macy.
Benjamin Lester Bowen, PH. D., Bomance


Lang. and Lit.


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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


Joseph Villiers Denney, A. t., Rhent. ind
Engl. Lang.
Allen Campbell Barrows, A. M., I). D.,
Engl. Lit.
William Thomas Magruder, M3. E., Merh.
Engin.
David Stuart White, 1). V. S., iDean; ',1t.
Medicine.
Herbert Osborn, M. S., Zool. and Ent.
Frank Edwin Sanborn, B. S., Iir. Dept.
Indus. A rts.
Joseph Nelson Bradford, M. E., Drawing.
Henry Curwen Lord, B. S., F. R. A. S.,
Dir. Emerson Ac Mlillen Ob.erratory t rnd
Astron.
Frederick Converse Clark, M. A., Pn. D.,
Econ. and Sociology.
Paul Fisher, B. AGR., D. V. fi., Path.
Charles Smith Prosser, M. S., Geol.; in
Charge Dept. Geol.
John Adams Bownocker, D. S., Inorganic
Geol.; Curator Museum.
John Wright Decker, B. AGR., Dairying.
Minnie A. Stoner, Domestic Sci.; in Charge
Dept. Domestic Econ.
George W. McCoord, MI. A., (Assoc.) Math.
Charles Walter Mesloh, M. A., (Assoc.)
German.
Cornelia Porter Souther, (As.oc.) Domes-
lic Art.
Charles A. Bruce, B. A., (Assoc.) Romance
Lang.
Thomas Ewing French, M. E., (Assor.)
Drawing.
Septimus Sisson, V. S., (Assoc.) Vet. Mcedi-
cine.
D. S. Major, PH. D., Education.
William Lucius Graves, MI. A., (A.l.t.)
Rhet.
Charles Lincoln Arnold, M. S., (Asst.)
Math.
John H. Schaffner, M. A., M. S., (A.I.S.)
Bot.
Charles Bradfield Morrey, B. A., M3. D.,
(Asst.) Anal. and Physiol.
James S. Hine, B. S., (. sst.) Ent.
George H. McKnight, Pn. D., ( Ass.t.) Rhet.
Herrick C. Allen, LL. B., (Asst.) Public
Speaking.


Francis Lore y Land acre, B. A.,(A 1.. ) ,,/l.
Fredetrick Edwiar1d Ktster, MI. E. in 1E. E.,
(. I t.) 'lPhl ..
Thomas II. Hlaines, PIl. D., (.Ist.) ', ilhv.
and Edihuwntti,,.
Janmes E. llagerty, Pl. I)., (.-.it.) I-on.
11 nt 'Sociolofly.
John 1). Hatchelder, B. A., I.. B., (..ss.)
Romtnvm IDnc .
J. Warren Smith, MI. S., L, rh,,'r io M.bt.
Burt Bidwell Hlerrick, I ir. C' .s, Mdk-
ing.
William HI. Renck, instr. I',tt'rn .Mb'king
Ind FRounding.
Charles P1. Crowe, Intir. Forging.
Alonzo H. Tuttle, B. A., Inslr. A.'erlcan
Hist.
Albert Earl Vinson, tli.. lqr. (Ci'm.
Thomas Kenyon Lewis, B. Sc., Instr.
Drawin 9.
Silas Martin, Instr. Dr, 'ing.
Joseph I. V. Kueliler, MI. E., hs.tr.
Draiing.
Berthhold A. Eisenlohr, B. Pn., Instr.
German Lanly.
Frank Ruhlen, B. S., I itr. Zotdechniy.
Merritt F. Miller, MI S. A., Intr. Igron.
Delbert Alonzo Crowner, B. S. S A ., Asst.
in Butter M/al,'igw,.
Oscar V. Brunmley, V. S., Ass. in Vet. Medi-
cinte.
Fred J. Tyler, B. S., Gard.; Asxt. in
Bot.
Melvin Dresbach, M. S., Al.4st. in A.nat.
and PhY .siol.
V. H. Davis, M. S. A., As.s. in IIort. and
Fur.
Rudolph Hirsch, B. S., .lst. in Agr.Chem.
Frank E. Hamilton, A.It. in Agr.
John C. Budwell, B. A., Fellow in Bot.
John F. Travis, B. A., F'llowr in Math.
0. E. Jennings, Florist.
George L. Converse, Capt., U. S. A. (Re-
tired), 3Mil. Si. anm Ti'tics.
Oliver B. Jones, Libr.
Christopher P. Linhart, M[. D., Dir. of
(;!Gymnasiumi and Iniitr. Physi. Education.
Miss Clara Maud Berry man, (Assoc.) Dir.
qf Gymniu iiunm.


Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Wooster.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Control: Alva Agee (Pres.), Cheshire; 0. E. Bradfute (Rec.), Xenia; D-
lL. Sampson (Treas.), Cincinnati; F. Whittlesey, Atirater; D. I). White, O(stalia.


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54 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS

STATION STAFF.


C. E. Thorne, M. S. A., Dir.
W. J. Green, V. Dir.; Hort.
J. F. Hickman, M. S. A., Agr.
A. D. Selby, B. S., Bot. and Chem.
P. A. Hinman, Bursar.
John W. Ames, B. S., Chem.
John F. Hicks, Asst. Bot.


OKLAI


Oklahoma Agricultural and


Clarence W. Waid, B. S., Asst. Hart.
William Holmes, Foreman iFrm.
C. A. Patton, Asst. Foreman and Met.
Annie B. Ayres, Mailing Clerk.
Cary Welty, Mechanic.
Edward Mohn, Supt. Subta. (Strongvie).
Lewis Schultz, Supt. Substa. (Suamon).

IOMA.

KMechanical College, Stillater. ...


GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: F. J. Wikoff (Pres.), Stillwater; Gov. T. B. Ferguson, Gutwie;
H. G. Beard, Shaumee; F. J. Hartman (Treas.), Deer Creek; H. C. R. Brodboll,
.Ponca City; W. H. Merten, Guthrie.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are: General science and literature; agricultural, including
horticulture and veterinary science; mechanical engineering, and courses in special
sciences-chemistry and biology. Each course requires four years for completion
and leads to the degree of B. S. Shorter special courses are given in stenography
and typewriting and printing, and a special eight weeks' winter term in agriculture
and the mechanic arts.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
Angelo C. Scott, M. A., LL. M., President; English Language and Literature.


George L. Holter, B. S., Chem. and Metal.
W. R. Shaw, PH. D., Bot., Ent. and Geol.
Lowery L. Lewis, M. S., D. V. M., Zool.
and Vet. Sci.
John Fields, B. S., Dir. of Expt. Sta. and
S&a. Chem..;Stock Feeding and Dean of
Short Winter Courses.
Richard E. Chandler, M. M. E., Mech.
and Miining Engin. and Phys.
James W. Means, Math.
Frank C. Burtis, M. S., Agr.
Frank A. Hutto, B. S., Hist., Polit. Sci.,
and Libr.
Maud M. Gardiner, B. S., Domestic Econ.
Robert H. Tucker, M. A. (Assoc.), Lang.
George W. Stevens, B. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.


Oscar M. Morris, B. S., Hort.
Miss May Overstreet, Asst. in Prep. Dept.
Maurice Mulvania, B. S., Asst. in Zool. and
Vet. Sci.
Arthur B. McReynolds, B. S.,.As8t. Sa.
Chem.
Adolph Shane, B. S., Asst. in Mech. Engin.
Miss Georgina M. Holt, Instr. Sten. and
Typeuriting, and Official Sten.
George B. Gelder, Supt. of Printing Dept.
and Instr. Printing.
John S. Malone, B. S., Asst. in Agr.
George K. Howe, B. S., Asst. in Phy.. and
Math.
Cora Miltimore, B. S., Asst. Libr.
Henry M. Hand, Sec.


Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, Stillwater.

Department of Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College.
STATION STAFF.


John Fields, B. S., Dir.; Chem.
L. L. Lewis, M. S., I). V. M., Vet.
F. C. Burtis, M. S., Agr.
Oscar M. Morris, B. S., Hfort.
Miss G. M.


W. R. Shaw, PH. D., Bot. and Ent.
A. B. McReynolds, B. S., Asst. Chem.
J. S. Malone, B. S., Asst. Agr.
H. M. Hand, Clerk.
Holt, ,Sen..


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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


55


Agricultural and Normal University, Langston.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Regents: U. C. Guss (Pres.), Guthrie; E. O. Tyler (Sec.), Kingfisher; C. W.
Rambo (Treas.), Pawnee; L. W. Baxter, Edmond; Jefferson Taylor, Guthrie.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are six: Classical, leading to the degree of B. A.; scientific,
leading to the degree of B. S.; normal, leading to the degree of B. S. D.; agricultural,
leading to the degree of B. S. Agr.; electrical and mechanical engineering, leading to
the degree of B. M. E.; civil architecture, leading to the degree of B. M. E. Each
course requires four years for completion. There is also a three-year college prepara-
tory course and a four-year normal elementary course.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
Inman E. Page, M. A., President; Psychical and Moral Philosophy.
Moses J. Johnson, B. A., Engl. Lang. and Mary L. McCrary, Domestic Econ.
Lit. Wim. A. Jackson, B. A., Supt. of Mech.
Wayne Manzilla, M. A., Math. Dept.
A. B. Whitby, B. A., Natural Sci. Zelia N. Page, B. S. D., Instr. Music.
B. D. Staley, Agr. Maria Williams, Matron.

OREGON.

Oregon State Agricultural College, Corrallis.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: J. K. Weatherford (Pres.), Albany; J. T. Apperson, Parkplace;
John D. Daly (Sec.), Corrallis; B. F. Irvine (Treas.), Corrallis; W. E. Yates, Cor-
vallis; (State Supt. of Public Instruction), Salem; W. P. Keady, Portland; Benton Killin,
Portland; J. M. Church, Lagrande; Jno. D. wellel, Central Point; B. G. Leedy, Tigard-
ville.
COURSES OF STUDY.
There are four courses ot study, each leading to the degree of B. S.: Agriculture,
four years; mechanical engineering, four years; household economy (for girls), four
years, and pharmacy, four years.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
Thos. M. Gatch, M. A., PH. D., President; Mental and Moral Sciences.


James Withycombe, V. S., Agr.; Dir.
Expt. Sta.
F. Berchtold, M. A., Engl. Lang. and Lit.
Ellen J. Chamberlin, M. A., Lady Dean;
Hist., German, and Engl.
Grant A. Covell, M. E., Mech., Mech.
Engin. and Phys.
Ernest C. Hayward, E. E., (Asst.) Mech.,
Mech. Engin. and Phys.
D. W. Prichard, Asst. in Woodwork.
M. Clyde Phillips, B. M. E., Asst. in Black-
smithing.
Margaret C. Snell, M. D., Household Econ.
and Hygiene.
Mrs. Mary Avery, Asst. in Sewing Dept.


F. L. Kent, B. S. AGR., Asst. Agr. and
Dairy Instr.
John F. Fulton, B. S. AGR., M. S., (Asst.)
Chem.
C M. McKellips, M. S., PH. C., (Asst.)
Chem.; Instr. Phar.
J. B. Horner, M. A., LITT. D., Latin and
Hist.
Mrs. Ida B. Callahan, B. S., (Asst.) Engl.
Lang. and Lit.
Gordon V. Skelton, C. E., Math. and Ciril
Engin.
Chas. L. Johnson, B. S., (Asst.) Math. and
Civil Engin.
Wm. T. Shaw, M. S., Biol.






5f AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERI-MENT


E. R. Lake, M. S., Bot. and Hort.
George Coote, Flor. and Gard.
F. D. McLouth, B.S., Drawing.
Helen V. Crawford, B. S., Elocution.
Frank E. Edwards, B. M. E., Cadet
Major, Mil. Sri. and Tactics; Asst. Chem.


T. H. Crawford, -M.
and Clerk.
J. Bruce Patterson,
L. W. Oven, B. S.,
Helen L. Holgate,
writing.


r STA8ATIOKSIZ

A., Inir. Bookklepti

B. A., Phys. Dir.
Libr. .
Instr. Sten. and IS


Oregon Experiment Station, Corrallis.


Department of Oregon State Agricultural College.
STATION STAFF.
James Withycombe, V. S., Dir.; Agr. C. M. McKellips, M. S., P
George Coote, Flor. and Gard. F. L. Kent, B. S. AGR.,
A. B. Cordley, M. S., Ent. Dairy.
E. R. Lake, M. S., Hort. and Bot. E; F. Pernot, Bact.
A. L. Knisely, M. S., Chem. T. H. Crawford, M. A.,
Frank E. Edwards, B. M. E., Assf. Chem. chasing Agent.
Helen L. Holgate, Sten.


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u. C., Antl. Ma.
Asst. Agr. and.


Clerk and Pur-


PENNSYLVANIA.


The Pennsylvania State College, State College.

GOVERNING BOARD.


Board of Trustees: J. A. Beaver (Pres.), Bellefonte; G. W. Atherton (Sec.), State
College; John Hamilton (Treas.), State College; Gov. W. A. Stone, Harrisburg; W. W.
Griest, Lancaster; Hiram Young, York; J. W. Latta, Harrisburg; T. J. Stewart, IHar-
risburg; N.C. Schaeffer, Harrisburg; John Birkinbine, Philadelphia; John M. Greer,
Butler; Andrew Carnegie, Pittsburg; H. V. White, Bloomsburg; C. W. Stone, Warren;
A. H. Mylin, Lancaster; J. A. Woodward, Howard; S. R. Downing, West Chester; J. 9.
Weller, Bedford; L. M. Colfelt, Philadelphia; R. H. Thomas, Mechanicsburg; Cyrus T.
Fox, Reading; Gabriel Hiester, Harrisburg; Ellis L. Orvis, Bellefonte; W.. F. Hill,
, 'estford.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study, each requiring four years for completion unless otherwise
specified, are as follows: Classical course, leading to the degree of B. A.; general
science course; Latin scientific course; course in agriculture; course in biology;
course in chemistry; course in civil engineering; course in electrical engineering;
course in mathematics; course in mechanical engineering; course in mining engi-
neering; course in physics; course in philosophy; a short course in chemistry and
a short course in mining engineering, each requiring two years for completion;
short courses in agriculture and mining, each lasting twelve weeks, and a course in
dairying and in creamery work of eight weeks each. The four years' courses (except
classical) lead to the degree of B. S., the diploma containing mention of the course
pursued. Provision is also made for post-graduate study, leading to advanced
degrees, and for one year of preparatory work.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

George W. Atherton, LL. D., President; Political and Social Science.
William A. Buckhout, M. S.,Bot. and Hort. George Gilbert Pond, M. A., PH, D.,
I. Thornton Osmond, M. S., M. A., Phys. Chem.
Louis E. Reber, M. S., Mech. and Mech. Henry Prentiss Armaby, PR. D., Lecturer
Engin. on Stock Feeding.
William Frear, Pn. D., Agr. Chem. Benjamin Gill, M. A., Greek and Latin.


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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES

Helen Snyder, PH. D., Dean of the Dept.
for Women and Instr. in German.
John Price Jackson, B. S., M. E., Elect.
En gin.
Fred E. Foss, B. S., M. A., Civil Engin.
Joseph M. Willard, B. A., Mahth.
Fred Lewis Pattee, M.. A., Engl. Lang.
and Lit.
George C. Watson, B. AGR., M. S., Agr.
SErwin W. Runkle, M. A., PH. D., Ps'ych.
and Ethics.
Harvey A. Surface, M. S., Zool.
Dillard H. Clark, Capt., U. S. A., M.il.
Sci. and Tactics.
Marshman E. Wadsworth, PH. D., Min-
ing and Geol.
SJoseph H.. Tudor, C. E.. M. S., (Assor.)
Math.
SCharles L. Griffin, B. S., (Assoc.) Mach.
SDesign.
John H. Leete, B. A., (Assoc.) Math.
George C. Butz, M. S., (lAsst.) Hort.
Madison M. Garver, B. S., (A.sst.) Phys.
I Franklin E. Tuttle, M. A.,PH. D., (Assst.)
Anal. Chem.
William Mason Towle, B. S., (Assf.)
| Pract. Mech.
Carl D. Fehr, M. A., (Asst.) German.
k Anna'E. Redifer, (Asnt.) Indus. Art and
SDesign.
SHarry Hayward, B. S., (Assf.) Dairy
Husb.
Elton D. Walker. B. S., (Asst.) Cril Engin.
Nathaniel W. Shed, B. S., (Asst.) Mining
and Metallurgy.
Irving L. Foster, M. A., (Asst.) Romance
Lang.


AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


57


Francis J. Pond, M. A., PIn. D., (.ls.t.)
Assaying.
A. Howry Espenshade, M. A., (Asst.)
Engl. and Rhel.
Herbert E. Dunkle, B. S., M. E., Instr.
Mech. Drawing.
John A. Hunter, jr., B. S., M. E., Instr.
Mech. Engin.
Walter J. Keith, M. A., Pu. )., Instr.
Organic Chem.
Norman Colman Riggs, M. S., In.tr. MJlih.
Norman M. Trenholme, Pu. D1., Instr.
Hist. and Polit. ,Si.
Jesse Briggs Churchill, B. S., In,s/t. Indus.
(Chem.
Louis L. Ansart, B. S., Insir. M3tlh.
John Quincy Adams, B. L., LL. B., Instr.
Rhet. and Oratorlq.
Maurice J. Babb, Instr. Math.
T. I. Mairs, M. S., As.l. in Home Reading
Courses.
Harry P. Wood, B. S., Instr. Elect. Engin.
Miles A. Pond, PH. B., ANsl. in Ci'ilEnlin.
Harold B. Shattuck, B. S., Asst. in Civil
Engin.
"ArthurS. Shoffstall, B. S., Ast. in Chem.
Lah.
Albert Miles Arney, B. S., Asst. in Elect.
Engin. Lab.
Augustus G. Ford, B. S., Ass.. in C'hem.
Lab.
Helen M. Bradley, Libr.
Clara Dayton \Wyman, In Charge of Music.
Anna Adams MacDonald, Asst. Libr.
W. Nelson Golden, Phy/s. Dir.
William C. Patterson, Supt. of Grounds
and Buildings.


The Pennsylvania State College Agricultural Experiment Station,
State College. b

Department of the Pennsylvania State College.

STATION STAFF.

H. P. Armsby, PH. D., Dir. J. A. Fries, B. S., As.t. (hem.
William Frear, PH. D., I. Dir.; Chem. C. A. Browne, jr., M. A., Asst. Chem.
William A. Buckhout., M. S., Bot. C. W. Norris, Asst. Chem.
SGeorge C. Butz, M. S., Hort. Milton S. McDowell, An.st. Chen.
George C. Watson, M. S., Agr. M. H. Pingree, B. S., Asst. Chem.
SHarry Hayward, B. S., Dairy Husb. Nathan W. Buckhout, As.t. C(hem.
William C. Patterson, Supt. Farm. James P. Pillsbury. Asst. in Hort.
SJulia C. Gray, Sec. A. K. Risser, Asst. in Agr.
W. T. Carter, B. S., Fellow in Agr. Chem.
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PORTO RICO.


Porto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, Rio Piedras, near an Juaem

Under the supervision of A. C. True, Director Office of Experiment Stations, United
States Department of Agriculture.


STATION STAFF.


F. D. Gardner, Special Agent in Charge. O. W. Barrett, Ent. and Bot.
James Mackinlay, Farm Foreman.


RHODE ISLAND.


Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Xechanic Arts, Kingston.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Managers: Henry L. Greene (Pres.), River Point; Jesse V. B. Watson :
(V. Pres.), Wakefield; C. H. Coggeshall (Clerk), Bristol; Melille Bull (zreas.),
Neuport; Benj. A. Jackson, Providence.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are six: Agricultural, mechanical engineering, chemical, bio-
logical, electrical engineering, and general science. Each requires four years for,
completion, and leads to the degree of B. S. A short winter course in agriculture,
mechanics, and horticulture, with shop and laboratory work, together with a poultry
school extending through six weeks, is given from November 1 to April 1. A pre-
paratory department with two years' course for students from country schools, to
prepare them for college courses.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
John H. Washburn, PH. D., President; Chemist.
Homer J. Wheeler, PH. D., Geol. John F. Knowles, B. S., Asst. Woodwork.
Laurence T. Hewes, PH. D., Math. and Mabel D. Eidred, B. S., Instr. Drawing.
Polit. i. S. W. Sanderson, B. L., Instr. Engl.
E. J. Watson, M. A., Lang. E. W. Kenyon, M. A., Instr. Engl. and
Wm. E. Drake, B. S., Mech. Engin. Hist.
H. L. Merrow, M. A., Bot. George B. Knight, Instr. Mech.
Cooper Curtice, D. V. S., M. D., PH. D., Howland Burdick, B. S., Asst. in Agr.
Animal Indus. M. H. Tyler, B. S., Civil Engin.
Virgil L. Leighton, PH. D., Chem. Carroll Knowles, B. S., Assl. Instr. Mech.
F. W. Card, M. S., Hort. and Agr. Nathaniel Helme, Met.
A. C. Scott, B. S., Phys. and Elect. L. H. Gage, B. A., Sten.
Thos. C. Rodman, Instr. Woodwork. Captain Tiberio Garcia Aloma, Asst. Instr.
John Barlow, M. A., Zool. Spanish.
A. A. Radtke, B. S., Instr. Phys.

Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingston.

Department of Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.

STATION STAFF.


H. J. Wheeler, PH. D., Dir.; Chenw.
Fred W. Card, M. S., Hort.
Cooper Curtice, D. V. S., M. D., Biol.;
Poultryman.
Burt L. Hartwell, M. S., Ant. Chen.
Jas. W. Kellogg, B. S., Asst. Chem.


George E. Adams, B. S., Asst. Field Expt.
Alfred W. Bosworth, B. S., Asst. Chem.
L. P. Sprague, Asst. Hort.
Nathaniel Helme, Met.
S. Aline Nye, Sten.
Mary G. Schermerhorn, Sten.







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SOUTH CAROLINA.

Clemson Agricultural College, Clemnson College.

GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: R. WV. Simpson (Pres.) Pendleton; P. H. E. Sloan (Sec. and
Treas.) Clemson C(ollege; D. K. Norris, Hickory Flat; M. L. Donaldson, Greeniille;
R. E. Bowen, Briggs; B. R. Tillman, Trenton; J. E. Bradley, Hunters; W. D. Evans,
Cheraw; L. A. Sease, Lewiedule; J. E. Wannamaker, St. Jattheiws; A. T. Smythe,
Charleston; C. S. Harris, S'partanburg; J. E. Tindal, Silver; J. H. Hardin, Chester.

COURSES OF STUDY.
There is one course of study offered in the freshman year, two in the sophomore,
three in the junior and senior years-one in chemistry and agriculture, one in
mechanics and engineering, and one in textile engineering.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
Henry S. Hartzog, LL. D., President of College and Director of the Experiment Station.


M. B. Hardin, Chem.
J. S. Newman, Agr.
W. M. Riggs, Mech.
C. M. Furman, B. A., Engl.
W. S. Morrison, B. A., Hist.
G. Shanklin, Commandant; Mil. Sci. and
Tactics.
P. T. Brodie, B. S., B. A., Math.
J. V. Lewis, B. E., Geol.
R. N. Brackett, B. A., (Asst.) Chem.
C. B. Waller, B. A., (Asst.) Math.
D. W. Daniel, ( Asst.) Engl.
C. C. Newman, Hort.
C. M. Conner, B. S., Animal Husb. and
Dairying.
A. M. Redfearn, B. S., M. D., Instr. Physiol.
J.S. McLucas, B. A., M. A., (Aust.) Engl.
R. E. Lee, Instr. Drawing and Mech. De-
signing.
F. S. Shiver, PH. G., Asst. Cherm.
W. Johnson, Instr. Forge and Foundry.
G. E. Nesom, B. S., D. V. M., Instr. Vet. Sci.


W. M. Riggs, B. S., E. and M. E., Insir.
Elect; In Charge Elect. Lab.
Albert Barnes, M. E., (A.st.) Mech. Lab.
J. W. Gantt, Assf. Instr. Woodwork.
E. M. Matthews, Tutor Drawing.
S. W. Reaves, (Asst.) Math.
T. W. Keitt, Asst. Engl.
T. G. Poats, Instr. Phys.
Chas. E. Chambliss, Ent.
J. H. M. Beaty, Dir. Textile Dept.
\V. \V. Klugh, Asst. Instr. Drawing.
S. M. Martin, M. A., Tutor.
C. S. Wright, Instr. Machine Shops.
F. D. Frissell, Instr. Designing Textile Dept.
E. P. Earle, jr., Asst. Instr. Forge and
Foundry.
J. H. Hook, Instr. l'oodwork.
L. C. Raiford, Instr. Dyeing and Organic
Chem.
H. H. Kyser, B. S., E. and M. E., (Asst.)
. Elect.
A. S. Shealy, Assl. Vet.


C. O. Upton, Dairyman.


South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Clemson College.

Department of Clemson Agricultural College. a
STATION STAFF.


Henry S. Hartzog, LL. D., Dir.
J. S. Newman, V. Dir.; Agr.
M. B. Hardin, Cheim.
B. F. Robertson, B. S., Asst. Chem.
F. S. Shiver, PH. G., Ass88. Chem.
C. M. Conner, B. AGR., B. S., Asst. Agr.
and Dairyman.
C. C. McDonnell, Asst. Chem.


R. N. Brackett, Pn. D., Asst. Chem.
D. H. Henry, B. S., Asst. Chem.
C. C. Newman, Hort.
Charles E. Chambliss, Ent., Bot. and Bact.
G. E. Nesom, B. S., D. V. M., Vel.
C. O. Upton, Dairyman.
J. S. Pickett, Station Foreman.
J. N. Hook, Sec.


*Telegraph office, Clemson College; express and freight address, Calhoun.






60 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATION :

The Colored Normal, Industrial, Agricultural, and Mechanical College of
South Carolina, Orangeburg.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Gov. M. B. McSweeney (Chair.), Columbia; W. R. Lo wman
(Sec.), Orangeburg; D. J. Bradham, Clarendon; C. D. Kortjohn, Orangeburg; W. ..
Sligh, Newberry; A. G. Brice, Chester; J. W. Floyd, Liberty Hill.

COURSES OF STUDY.":

The courses of study are four in number and require four years each for complex:; :
tion. The collegiate normal and industrial course, leading to the degree of B. A.;
the agricultural course, leading to the degree of B. Agr.; the mechanical course,
leading to the degree of B. S.; and the preparatory course, leading up to the three
above-named courses.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Thos. E. Miller, LL. D., President; Agriculturist, Director Industry.


J. E. Wallace, Engl. Lit., Pedag., and
Moral Sci.
R. S. Wilkinson, M. A., PH. D., Phys.
aind Chem.
N. C. Nix, M. A., Math.
R. L. Douglass, M. A., Hist. and Polit. Sci.
J. C. Whittaker, Math. and Mil. Sci.
Alice B. McLeod, Phys. Sci.
Louise B. Fordham, Drawing and Art.
Anna M. Miller, Bookkeeping and Type-
writing; College Accountant.
Lillian Mack, Engl.


Julia A. McLain, Kindergarten and Asit.
in Engl.
Olive A. Sasportas, Asst. in Engl.
Otis C. Davenport, Engl. and Vocal Music.
S. M. Boston, Supt. Ironwork and Painting.
Wm. Gruber, Supt. Woodwork.
J. R. Steele, Supt. Brickwork.
G. C. Williams, Supt. Farm.
M. Tucker, Asst. in Dairy.
S. D. Frazier, Asst. in Surveying and Phys.
E. F. Mikell, Instr. Band Music and Engl.
C. C. Davis, Dressmaking and Plain &ewing.


C. J. Gregg, Domestic Econ. and Matron.
John Palmer, Enrgin.


SOUTH DAKOTA.

South Dakota Agricultural College, Brookings.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Regents of Education: Frederick A. Spafford (Pres.), Flandreau; I. D. Aldrich
(Sec.), Bigstone; I. \V. Goodner, Pierre; M. F. Greeley, Gary; L. M. Hough, Surgiai
R. M. Slocum, Moound City; R. A. Larson (Sec. and Accountant).

COURSES OF STUDY.

About four-fifths of the regular four years' work leading to the B. S. degree is the
same for all. The remainder of the forty-three courses required are elective and
must be taken in some two departments of instruction. Regular two years' work in
pharmacy is offered for the Ph. G. degree. A diploma is granted those completing
the prescribed year's work in commercial science and steam engineering; and a cer-
tificate to those completing the special quarter-year's work offered in agriculture,
horticulture, dairying, and domestic science.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS. 61

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

John William Heston, Pn. D., LL. D., President of the College iad Acting Dirertor Of the
Erperiment Station; Economics and Sociology.


George Lincoln Brown, PH. D., Math. and
Astron.
Lucy Amelia Du Bois, B. A., Preceptress,
Engl. and Latin.
Frank Gregory Orr, Sec. and Registrar.
Ada Bertha Caldwell, Indus. Art.
Ellery Channing Chiicott, M. S., Agri.
and Geol.
Arthur Boone Crosier, S'en. and Commer-
cial Sei.
Elmer Kendall Eyerly, M. A., Engl. Lit.
and Oratory.
Alice Dynes Feuling, B. S., Domestic rSi.
Nels Ebbesen Hansen,M. S., HIort.and For.
Robert Floyd Kerr, M. A., Libr. and Dir.
Home Reading Course.
Hubert Berton Mathews, M. S., Phys. and
Elect. Engin.
Edward Lockhart Moore, B. S., D. V. S.,
Zool. and Vet. Med.


Robert B. Forsee, Prin. Prep. Dept.
Minnie McNamee, Music and P/qys. 'Cl-
ture.
De Alton Saunders, M1. A., Bot. and Ent.
James Henry Shepard, B. S., Chem.
Halvor Christian Solberg, M. E., M.1ch.
and Steam Engin.'
John Hersey Wheeler, B. A.. Modern
Lang. and Dir. of Atiletifs.
Bower Thomas Whitehead, B. S., Pu. C.,
Plharmacy.
Austin Benjamin Crane, B. S., A.st. in
Math.
Albert Spencer Harding, M. A., Hist.
Howard Hartman Hoy, B. S., Ast. in
Mech. Engiln.
Walter Strickland Thornber, M. S., Asst.
in Bot. mnd Hort.
Albert H. \heaton, Alst. in An imal HusL
and Dairy Sci.


South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Brookings.

Department of South Dakota Agricultural college .

STATION STAFF.


John W. Heston, M. A., PH. D., LL. D.,
Acting Dir.
E. C. Chilcott, M. S., V. Dir.; Agr.
Jas. H. Shepard, B. S., Chem.
De Alton Saunders, M. A., Bot.
E. L. Moore, B. S., D. V..S., Animal Path.
R. A. Larson,


N. E. Hansen, M. S., lont.
W. S. Thornher, Asst. H.Jrt.
A. B. Holm, B. S., Alssii. 11, .is.
A. H. Wheaton, Asst. In Dairyinyl.
R. F. Kerr, Lihr.
Frank G. Orr, Stc.
Accountant.


TENNESSEE.

State Agricultural and Mechanical College of tfh OIniversiay ot Tennessee,
Kno.rille.

GOVERNING B. ARlt

Board of Trustees: C. W. Dabney (Pres.), Kno.rville: James Maynard (Tre.as.),
Knoxville; J. W. Gaut (Sec.), Kno.rride; (jGo. Benton MeMcillin, Vtshville; Secre-
tary of State; Superintendent of Public Instruction; I. G. Kyle, Rogersrille; J. M.
Boyd, Knoxrille; J. W. Caldwell, Kno.rille; Chalmers Deaderick, Knoxrille; S. B.
Luttrell, Knoxville; Samuel McKinn'ey, Knoxville; Hu L. McClung, Knoxrille; James
Park, Knoxville; E. J. Sanford, Knorville; E. T. Sanford, Knorville; F. A. R. Scott,
Knoxville; O. P. Temple, Knoxeille; Moses White, Kno.rille; William Rule, Knox-
ville; Xenophon Wheeler, Chattanooga; J. B. Frazier, Chaltanooga; W. C. Dismukes,






62 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

GaUatin; Harris Brown, Gallatin; T. R. Meyers, Shelbyille; Hu L. Craighead, NaA-W
vile; J. B. Killebrew, Montgomery County; T. F. P. Allison, Nashvile; Z. W. Ewing0.
Pulaski; J. D. Porter, Paris; S. F. Thomas, B;ownville; T. E. Harwood, leaton
M. B. Trezevant, Memphis; J. M. Greer, Memphis.
COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are seven: Literary course, scientific course, course in qri-
culture, course in civil engineering, course in mechanical engineering, course in elee
trical engineering, chemical course, and pharmaceutical course. The degreesof B.,A.
and B. S. are conferred.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Chas. W. Dabney, PH. D., LL.
W. W. Carson, C. E., M. E., Civil Engin.
T. W. Jordan, M. A., Latin.
C. E. Wait, C. E., M. E., PH. D., F. C. S.,
Chem.
A. M. Soule, B. S. A., Agr.
C. H. Shannon, B. A., Pir. D., (Asst.)
Greek.
J. Douglas Bruce, M. A., PH. D., Engl.
C. D. Schmitt, M. A., Math.
Charles A. Perkins, Pa. D., Phys. and
Elect. Engin.
Charles W. Turner, M. A., (Acting) Hist.
Joshua W. Caldwell, M. A., Lecturer on
Constitutional Hist.
Edward T. Sanford, M. A., LL. B., Lec-
turer on Hist. of Tennessee.
Henry J. Darnall, (Adjunct) Modern
Lang.
Andrew H. Nave, Captain, U. S. A., Mil.
Sci. and Tactics.
J. R. McColl,-B. S.,(Adjunct) Mech. Engin.
Charles D. Ferris, B. S., (Asst.) Drawing.


D., President of the University.
S. M. Bain, B. A., Bot.
Jas. D. Hoskins, M. A., B. L. As~. HRst
Charles A. Keffer, Hort. and For.
Thomas Dallam Morris, B. L., Bursar-
Registrar.
John R. Fain, Foreman of Expt. Farm.
Samuel E. Barnes, B. S., M. S. A., Stock
and Dairyman.
Charles G. Schenk, B. S., Asst. Cem.
Phares O.Vanatter, Foreman of Plat Erpts.
Florence Skeffington, Dean Woman's
Dept. and (Asst.) Engl.
Moses Jacob, V. M. D., Intr. Vet. Sci.
Sabra W. Vought, Libr.
Charles Ansell Mooers, B. S., Instr. Agr.
Chem.
Weston M. Fulton, B. A., Instr. Met
Charles O. Hill, Asst. Chem., Instr. Chem.
and Pharmacy.
John F. Voorhees, Instr. Phys. OuCture.
Frank B. Davant, Foreman Shops.
Ivor Livingston, Foreman Forge Shop.


Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station, Knoxville.
Department of the University of Tennessee.
STATION STAFF.


Andrew M. Soule, B. S. A., V. Dir. and F. H. Broome, Libr. and Sec.
Agr. John R. Fain, Farm Manager.
Charles A. Keffer, B. H., Hort. and For. Phares O. Vanatter, Plat Expert.
C. A. Mooers, B. S., Chem. Samuel E. Barnes, B. S., M. S. A., Dairy-
S. M. Bain, B. A., Rot. man.
Weston M. Fulton, Met. Moses Jacob, V. M. D., Vet.
Ethel Reese, Sten.

TEXAS.

State Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, College Station.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Directors: M. Sansom (Pres.), Alvarado; F. A. Reichardt, Houston; A. C.
Oliver, Douglassville; Wm. Malone, Hunter; P. H. Tobin, Denison; A. P. Smyth,
Mart; John W. Kokernot, San Antonio; Jeff Johnson, Austin.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


63


COURSES OF STUDY.

There are four regular courses of study: Agriculture, general science, mechanical
engineering, and civil engineering. Each extends through four years and leads to
the degree of B. S., the particular course being specified in the diploma. Special,
elective, and graduate courses are also provided.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


R. H. Whitlock, M. E., Pres.
H. H. Harrington, M. S., Ciem.n and Min.
Charles Puryear, M. A., C. E., Math.
Mark Francis, D. V. M., I'el. Sei.
F. E. Giesecke, M. E., Drawing.
J. C. Nagle, M. A., C. E., M. C. E., Civil
Engin.
R. H. Price, B. S., Hort. and Mycol.
T. C. Bittle, M. A., PH. D., Lang.
J. H. Connell, M. S., Agr.
C. W. Hutson, Hist.
F. P. Avery, Capt., U. S. A., Mil. Sci.;
Commandant.
R. F. Smith, (Assoc.) Math.
P. S. Tilson, M. S., (Assoc.) Chem.
W. B. Philpott, M. S., Engl.
C. P. Fountain, (Assoc.) Engl.
Fred W. Mally, M. S., Ent.


pro tern.; Mechanical Engineering.
A. L. Banks, B. A., M. S., (Assoc.) Math.
H. Ness, B. S., Hort.
D. W. Spence, B. S., C. E., Phys.
C. E. Burgoon, B. M. E., (Asst.) M3ech.
Engin.
E. \\. Kerr, B. S., (Asst.) Mech. Engin.
C. H. Alvord, (Asst.) Agr.
H. W. South, (Assoc.) Engl. and Hist.
A. C. Gillespie, M. D., Surgeon.
J. A. Baker, Sec.
J. G. Harrison, Bookkeeper.
Bernard Sbisa, Steward.
J. W. Carson, Farm Supt.
B. C. Pittuck, Sta. Agr.
A. C. Love, (Asst.) Draw'ing.
E. A. White, (Asst.) Hort.
W. J. Sowder, General Asst.


Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, College Station.

Department of the State Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.

STATION STAFF.


J. H. Connell, M. S., Dir.
H. H. Harrington, M. S., Chem.
M. Francis, D. V. M., 'et.
R. H. Price, B. S., Hort.
B. C. Pittuck, B. S. A., Agr.
P. S. Tilson, Asst. Chein.
K. K. Hooper, Chief Clerk.


N. Fraenkel, Asst. Chem.
E. A. White, Asst. in Hort.
J. W. W\alden, B. S., Student Asst. in Hort.
J. G. Harrison, Bookkeeper.
J. J. Hooper, Sten. and Clerk.
S. A. MeHenry, Supt. State Sta. (Beecille).
J. W. Carson, B. S. A., Supt. of Farm.


UTAH.

Agricultural College of Utah, Logan.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Trustees: W. S. McCornick (Pres.), Salt Lake Ci!ty; P. W. Maughan (See.),
Logan; Allan M. Fleming (Treas.), Logan; Mrs. Emily S. Richards, Salt Lake City;
D. C. Adams, Sal: Lake City; John A. McAlister, Logan; L. Hansen, Logan; Mrs.
R. N. Bagley, Ogden; Seth A. Langton, Logan.

COURSES OF STUDY.
Three-yea. courses are offered in agriculture, domestic science, and commerce, each
leading to a certificate of graduation; four-year courses are offered in agriculture,
domestic science, commerce, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and general
science, each leading to a degree, In addition, there are manual-training courses in









domestic arts, three years, and mechanic arts, four years, each leading to a certi4t
of graduation; an engineering preparatory course, two years, and a prepaat
course, one year; also winter courses in agriculture, domestic arts, and mechanic
BOARD OP INSTRUCTION...

William Jasper Kerr, B. S., D. Sc., President; Mathematics and Astronomy.


Elias J. MacEwan, M. A., ec. of Faculty;
Engl. Lang. and Lit.
Frederick B. Linfield, B. S. A., Animal
Indus.
John A. Widtsoe, M. A., Pa. D., Dir.
Expt. Sla.; Chem.
Dalinda Cotey, B. S., Domestic Sci.
Joseph Jenson, Dir. Workshops; Mech.
Engin.
John W. Faris, Commerce.
George L. Swendsen, B. S., Ciuil Engin.
Clarence Snow, B. S., Phys.
Ephraim G. Gowans, B. S., M. D., Ani-
mal Biol.
John Franklin Engle, M. A., PH. D., Hist.
and Civics.
Karl R. Moench, PH. D., Modern Long.
James Dryden, (Asst.) Met. and Animal
Indus.
Willard S. Langton, B. S., (Asst.) Math.
and Astron.
Lewis A. Merrill, B. S., (Asst.) Agr. and
Vet. Sci.
Edward W. Robinson, (Asst.) Commercial
Law and Geog.
Peter A. Yoder, M. A., PA. D., (Asst.)
Chem. '


John T. Caine, jr., B. S., Prin. Prtp.
Instr. Engl.
Sara Godwin Goodwin, Libr.
Ruth Evelyn Moench, Instr. EngL ai
Phys. Culture.
August J. Hansen, Foreman n Cbmin nit
Julien P. Griffin,. Foreman in Forging
John A. Crockett, lnstr. Dairy Huse. :
William Peterson, B. S., Instr. Math.
Peter W. Maughan, Instr. Penmwnasi .2
Samuel B. Mitton,.Instr. Music.
Herbert W. Hill, B. L., Instr. EngL 1
Rena Baker, Instr. Engl.
Elvin Jensen Norton, PrivateSec. to Pres
Instr. ten. and Typewriting.
Lydia Holmgren, Asst. in Domestic Aji
Edward Parley Pulley, Ast. in Me. k
Engin.
Rhoda B. Cook, Instr. Sewing and -Mi
nery.
Louise Richards, Insir. Drawing.
Walter W. McLaughlin, B. S., A at, 4
Chem.
Wm. D. Beers, B. S., Asst. Civil iftin.
Instr. Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
James A. Wright, Instr. Sort.


Agricultural Experiment Station, Logan.

Department of the Agricultural College of Utah.

STATION STAFF.


John A. Widtsoe, PA. D., Dir.; Chem.
F. B. Linfield, B. S. A., Animal Indus.
James Dryden, Met. and Poultry Manager.
Geo. L. Swendsen, C. E., HydraulicEngin.
Lewis A. Merrill, B. S., Agron.
Ephraim G. Gowans, M. D., Biol.
John A. Crockett, .Ass. Dairyman.


P. A. Yoder, PH. D., Asst. Chem.
W. W. McLaughlin, Asst. Chem.
James A. Wright, Hort.
Allan M. Fleming, Treas,
Peter W. Maughan, Sec.
Chas.-Batt, Foreman Hort. Grounds.
J. B. Nelson, Farm Foreman.


VERMONT.

University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, Burlington.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: M. H. Buckham (Pres.), Burlington; Gov. W. W. Stickne0
(ex officio), Montpelier; G. G. Benedict (Sec.), Burlington; E. H. Powell (Trea.),: i
.1






AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


liege st., Burlington; H. H. Powers, Morrisville; J. H. Converse, Philadelphia, Pa.;
.E. Wales, Burlington; Elias Lyman, Burlington; Robert Roberts, Burlington; W. S.
Vebb, Shelburne; D. P. Kingsley, New York; B. F. Fifield, Montpelier; N. W. Fisk,
jfle La Motte; Redfield Proctor, Proctor; E. J. Ormsbee, Brandon; W. P. Dillingham,
Montpelier; G. T. Chaffee, Rutland; H. C. Cleveland, Coventry; G. S. Fassett, Enos-
burg; Cassius Peck, Burlington; R. J. Kimball, Randolph.
COURSES OF STUDY.

SThe four-year academical courses are seven in number: Classical, leading to the
.Fdegree of B. A.; literary-scientific, leading to the degree of Ph. B.; civil and sanitary
.engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical, and agricul-
tural, leading to the degree of B. S., the particular course being specified in the
:diploma. A dairy-school course of four weeks' duration is carried on each winter.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

M. H. Buckham, D. D., LL. D., President; Political and Social Philosophy.
AH. A. P. Torrey, LL. D., Dean Dept. Arts; J. E. Goodrich, D. D., Latin.
Intellectual and Moral Philos. S. F. Emerson, PH. D., Hist.
SG. H. Perkins, Pa. D., Dean Dept. Nat- N. F. Merrill, Pa. D., Chem.
ural Sci.; Natural Hist. A. L. Daniels, D. Sc., Matlh.
J. L. Hills, B. S., Dean Dept. Agr.; Agr. L. J. Huff, M. A., German.
Chem. J. W. Votey, C. E., Dean Dept. Engin.;
F. Tupper, jr., PH. D., Rhet. and Engl. Civil Engin.
SLit. L. R. Jones, PH. B., Bot.
A. W. Slocum, M. A., Phys. A. \V. Ayer, B. S., Mech. Engin.
tG. E. Howes, PH. D., Greek. E. C. Jacobs, B. S., Min.
.F. A. Waugh, M. S., Hort. Charles E. Seaman, M. A., Polit. Econ.
|W. H. Freedman, C. E., E. E., Elect. and Constitutional Law.
ii Engin. H. A. Eaton, PH. D., Instr. Engl. and
i H. A. Torrey, PH. D., (Asst.) Chem. German.
A. P. Butterfield, M. S., (Asst.) Math.; H. K. Barrows, B. S., (Asst.) Civil Engin.
Engin. Wm. S. Hayes, B. A., Instr. French and
iG. D. Brown, PH. D., (Pro ter.) Rhet. Romance Lang.
and Engl. Lit. C. B. Griswold, B. S., Instr. Mech. Engin.
F. A. Rich, V. S., M. D., Vet. Med. Wilbur A. Coit, PH. B., Instr. Aath.
James Eaton, Instr. Shopwork. Wilbur C. Sawyer, B. S., Instr. Drawing.
"c. W. Doten, M. A., Instr. Elocution; G. G. Nay, Instr. Dairying.
Sec. and Registrar. E. C. Child, Instr. Dairying.
Max W. Andrews, B. A., (Pro tern.) Instr. Duncan Stuart, B. S., Instr. Dairying.
SElocution; Sec. and Registrar. Edith E. Clarke, PH. B., Libr.

Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington.

Department of University of Vermont and State Agricultural College.

STATION STAFF.

J. L. Hills, B. S., Dir. C. H. Jones, B. S., Chem.
G. H. Perkins, PH. D., Ent. B. 0. White, Pa. B., Asst. Chem.
WL. R. Jones, PH. B., Bot. W. J. Morse, B. S., Asst. Bot.
i. A. Waugh, M. S., Hort. E. S. Gregg, Dairyman.
Y. A. Rich, V. S., M. D., Vet. Mary A. Benson, Sten.
PCaaains Peck, Supt. Farm. E. H. Pdwell, Treas.

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VIRGINIA.

Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (Polytechnic Institute),N
Blackburg.

GOVERNING BOARD.
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Board of Visitors: J. W. Southall (Supt. of Public Instruction), Richmond; J.
Brown, Brierfield; D. M. Cloyd, Dublin; B. R. Selden, Richmond; B. B.
brought, Tappahannock; J. F. Ryan, Arcola; W. B. Robertson, Plateroo; 3J.,
Musgrave, Pinopolis; W. D. Hill, South Boston.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are seven, each requiring four years for completion, and leaI
ing to the degree of B. S.: Agricultural course, horticultural course, applied cheap
istry course, general science course, civil engineering course, mechanical engineering
course, and electrical engineering course. There are also two courses which requih
two years for completion and lead to a certificate of practical agriculture and practice
mechanics.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


J. M. McBryde, PH. D., LL. D., President of the College and Director of the Experiae,
Station.


W. B. Alwood, Hort., Ent., Myc., and
State Ent. and Path.
E. A. Smyth, jr., M. A., Biol.
T. P. Campbell, M. A., Modern Lang.
R. C. Price, F. C. S., Chem.
D. O. Nourse, B. S., Agr.
R. J. Davidson, M. A., Anal. and Agr.
Chem.
E. P. Niles, D. V. M., Vet. Sci.
L. S. Randolph, M. E., Mech. Engin.
S. R. Pritchard, M. A., Elect. Engin.
W. M. Patton, C. E., Civil Engin.
R. H. Hudnall, PH. D., Engl. and Hist.
C. E. Vawter, jr., B. S., Math. and Phys.
J. R. Parrott, (Adjunct) Woodwork and
Dir. Shops.
W. D. Saunders, (Asst.) Dairy Husb. and
Supt. Creamery.
G. W. Walker, M. A., (Asst.) Math., Engl.,
and Latin.
W. G. Conner, M. E., (A sl.) Machine Work.
W. H. Rasche, (Asst.) Drawing.
bJ. 8. A. Johnson, M. E., (Asst.) Engin.
and Mil. Sci. and Tactics and Comman-
dant of Cadets.


John Spencer, D. V. S., (AssL) Vet. L i.
F. D. Wilson, M. S., PH. D., (Asst) ifin.
Geol., and Anal. Chem.
H. L. Price, M. S., (Asst.) Hort.
J. M. Johnson, Instr. Forge and Fbundry.
A. W. Drinkard, M. S., Sec.; Instr. REngL
and Hist.
C. Lee, B. S., Instr. Elect. Engin.
Arthur P. Spencer, Instr. Animal Husb.:
J. A. Waddell, B. S., Inst. Math. and &~r-
veying and 1st Asst. Commandant oj
Cadets.
S. B. Andrews, Instr. Machine Work.
M. W. Davidson, B. S., Asst. in renm
and Woodwork.
J. M. Hicks, B. S., Ast. in Math. and fngl
and 2d Asst. Commandant of (adets.
A. H. Fleet, B. S., Ast. in Math.
J. H. Gwathmey, B. S., Asst. in EbWndy
Work.
H. N. Faulkner, Asst. in Forge Work.
C. 1. Wade, Treas.
W. M. Brodie, Libr.
J. P. Harvey, Musical Dir.
H. S. Peyton, Farm Manager.


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j' Board of Trustees: R. C. Ogden (Pres.), New York City; Thomas Tabb ( Pres.),
ii Hampton; H. B. Frissell (Sec.), Hampton; Alexander McKenzie, Cambridge, Mass.;
: G. F. Peabody, New York City; C. H. Parkhurst, New York City; W. N. McVickar,
;; Providence, R. I.; F. G. Peabody, Cambridge, Mass.; D. H. Greer, New York (ity;
7 C. E. Bigelow, New York City; A. C. James, New York City; W. J. Schieffelin, New
SYork City; L. L. Lewis, Richmond; Alexander Purves, Hampton; W. W. Frazier,
SPhiladelphia; J. W. Cooper, New Britain, Conn.; A. M. Huntington, New York City.
tC State Curators: N. W. Nock, Onancock; I. H. Christian, Il'illco.r WIharf; F. F.
1 Causey, Hampton; Geo. A. Melvin, Portsmouth; J. C. Carter, Houston; WV. P. Burwell,
Richmond.
COURSES OF STUDY.

The academic course of study requires three years for completion, and a diploma
Sis given on graduation. There are also trade and agricultural courses for undergrad-
: uates, requiring three years. The post-graduate courses are: Agriculture, three
:. years; trades, three years; normal, two years, and business, one year.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

H. B. Frissell, D. D., LL. D., Principal; Mental Philosophy.
H. B. Turner, Chaplain; Bible Lessons. Frances A. Baldwin, Night School at Hem-
Alex. Purves, Treas. enway Farm.
Albert Howe, Supt. of Indus. Harris Barrett, Bookkeeping.


F. C. Briggs, Business Agt.
Martha M. Waldron, M. D., Resident Phy-
sician.
Elizabeth Hyde, Lady Prin. and In Charge
Academic Dept.
Frank K. Rogers, Dir. Armstrong and
; Slater Memorial Trade School.
!' Robt. R. Moton, Commandant of Cadets.
Mary Herbert Adair, In Charge IWhittier
Training School.
C. Augusta Adams, Engl. and Lit.
Bernette Bacheler, Cooking.
W. F. Baker, Asst. Metal Wlorker.

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Lavinia A. Bess, Grade II, l'hittier.
Ada Bradley, Kindergarten, Il'hittier.
Mary B. Briggs, Lit.
Wm. L. Brown, Bookkeeping.
Mrs. Cora R. Brunson, Lacemaking for In-
dian Girls.
Geo. W. Buck, Carpentry.
C. Frances Butler, Hit. and Engl.
Eva B. Carper, Grade IT, lWhittier.
Alice R. Carter, Hist. and Bible.
A. Louise Cleaveland, Engl. and Elemen-
tary Sci.
Bessie Cleaveland, Singing.

ress, Christiansburg Depot.


Department of Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic
Institute.

STATION STA FF.

J. M. McBryde, PH. D., LL. D., Dir. H. L. Price, B. S., Asst. Short.
W. B. Alwood, V. Dir.; Hort., Ent., and E. P. Niles, D. V. M., Vet.
Myc. John Spencer, V. S., Asst. Vet.
E. A. Smyth, jr., M. A., Biol. J. H. Gibboney, Asst. Chem.
D. O. Nourse, B. S., Agr. J. B. Huffard, Asst. Chem.
R. J. Davidson, M. A., Chem. C. I. Wade, Treas.

The Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton.

GOVERNING BOARD.









Le Roy C. Cooley, Civil Government and
Econ.
Rossa B. Cooley, Si., Engl., and Bible.
Jessie Coope, Gymnastics.
J. W. Crosse, Shoemaking.
C. H. De Yarmette, Metal Work.
C. Dunean, Blackstithing.
E. F. Forbes, Woodworking.
J. R. Foster, Asst. in Blacksmithing.
Dora Freeman, Bible Hist., Lit., and United
States Hisl.
W. H. Gaddis, Harness Making.
M. Jennie Garrison, Grade V, Whittier.
Chas. L. Goodrich, In Charge ofAgr. Dept.
Ann M. Goodrich, Geog., Engl., Arith.,
and Hist.
Louise M. Goodrich, Engl., Geog., Arith.,
and Elementary Sci.
Ethel Gowans, Elementary Sdi., Engl.,
,-irith., and Geog.
W. P. Harthan, Steam Engin.
Leonora E. Herron, Libr.
Mattie Holmes, Grade II, Whittier.
Grace B. House, Engl., Arifth., Geog., and
Sloid.
Addie Jayne, Engl., Arith., Geog., and
Elementary Sdi.
W. H. Jett, Asst. in Harness Making.
J. H. Jinks, Manual Training.
Mrs. J. H. Jinks, Sewing and Cooking at
Whittier.
Emma Johnston, Math.
O. Keller, Asst. in Tailoring.
J. F. La Crosse, Painting and Upholstering.
D. R. Lewis, Mech. Drawing and Geometry.
Flora F. Low, Arith., Hist., and Geog.
C. M. Ludwig, Tailoring.


Mrs. N. S. McGuinn, Grade I, Whitr.
L. R. Miner, Drawing.
Mary W. Nettleton, Geog.
W. H. Parker, Machinist Work.
Lucy A. Pratt, Gymnastics, Whittier.
Florence Price, Grade I, Whittier.
Mrs. Mattie B. Robinson, Grade III, W I i
tier.
S. J. Scott, Wheelwrighting. ....
Arthur T. Seymour, Phys.
Susan Showers, Geog. and Bible IBL :M
E. M. Slater, Laundry Work.
Clara M. Snow, Bible iist.
E. H. Spennie, Wood Turning and Bence
Work.
Helen C. Sutherland, Cooking.
W. S. Sweetser, Agr.
Ella R. Taylor, Arith., Engl.,and Elemen
tary Sdi.
Amy Treadwell, Engl., Arith., Geog., amd
Elementary Sci.
Margaret W. Twitchell, Laundry Work
John Urquhart, Asst. in Machinist Work.
Adelaide W. Vernon, Arith., EnL., and
Elementary Sd.
May Belle Warner, Arith., Engl., and Ele-
mentary Sei.
Allan Washington, Asst. Commandant of
Cadets.
W. A. Webster, Bricklayingand Plastering.
Jessie A. Wier, In Charge of Sewing and
Dressmaking.
Mary Williams, Asst. Libr.
Julia F. Winter, Drawing, Elementary Mci.,
Geog., Engl., and Arith.
Jane S. Worcester, Hist., Geog., Engl.,and
Bible.


WASHINGTON.

Washington Agricultural College and School of Science, Pullman.

GOVERNING BOARD.


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Board of Regents: F. J. Barnard, Seattle; R. C. McCroskey, Garfield; H. W. Can-
field, Colfax; J. W. Stearns (Treas.), Tekoa; H. D. Crow, Spokane.

COURSES OF STUDY.


Courses of study are offered in the following lines: Mathematics, civil engineering,
mining engineering, chemistry, botany and zoology, agriculture, horticulture, English
language and literature, economic science and history, electrical engineering, steam
engineering, hydraulic engineering, military science and tactics, modern languages,1
and supplemental courses in Latin, physics, dairying, pharmacy, veterinary science,
farming, and artisan work.


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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
E. A. Bryan, M. A., President of the College and Director of the Experiment Station;
History and Political Science.
Charles V. Piper, M. S., Bot. and Zool. David A. Brodie, B. S., Supt. Puyallup
George H. Watt, B. S., PH. C., Pharm. Sta.
Osmar L. Waller, PH. M., Math. and Ciril Charlotte N. Mallotte, B. A., ( Asst.) Latin.
Engin. Cleo B. Corner, B. S., A-st. Chem.
SElton Fulmer, M. A., Chem. D. C. Eccles, In.tr. Chem.
SS. W. Fletcher, PH. D., Hort. Stanley E. Piper, Museum As.t.
S. B. Nelson, D. V. M., Vet. Sci. C. L. Barns, D. V. M., Insir. Vet. Sci.
C. A. Barry, Modern Lang. R. Kent Beattie, M. A., Instr. Bot.
W. J. Roberts, M. A., (Assoc.) Math. and D. A. MacCracken, Instr. School of Busi-
S Civil Engin. ness.
S. H. Webster, B. A., Prin. of School of William Hansen, Instr. Shop Pract.
Business. H. C. Sampson, B. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.
lbert E. Egge, PH. D., Engl. Lit. L. A. Robinson, Instr. Prep. Dept.
Solon Shedd, B. A., Geol. and Min. H. V. Carpenter, M. S., (Asst.) Mech.
E. J. Frost, M. E., (Asst.) Mech. Engin. Engin.
I W. G. Beach, M. A., (Assoc.) Econ. Si. Mrs. Annie Erenden, Insir. Music.
and Bist. W. F. Woodward, Instr. A4rt.
E. E. Elliott, M. S., Agr. J. F. Nelson, Instr. Modern Lang.
R. E. Snodgrass, (Asst.) Ent. J. L. Harris, Insir. Dairying.
M. B. Lamb, Instr. 'et. Sci. E. N. Hutchinson, Lecturer.
S. C. Roberts, Lab. Asst. in Phys. C. L. Smith, Lecturer.
SWm. S. Thyng, E. M., (Asst.) Mining. W. B. Strong, Instr. Band and Orchestra.
i J. A. Mitchell, Instr. Engl. Mrs. Nancy L. Van Doren, Preceptress.
E. A. Snow, Instr. Engl. Gertrude Saxton, Libr.
Capt. John Kinzie, U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Ollie Downs, Sec.
Tactics. Loring V. Corner, B. S., Registrar and
Charles Beardsley, Instr. Econ. Sci. Sec. of Faculty.
R. W. Thatcher, B. S., Asst. in Chem. W. M. Porter, Accountant.
H. S. Davis, Instr. Zool. Virginia McIntosh, Sten.
F. F. Flanders, Lab. Ast. in Chem. Geo. C. Grimes, Janitor.

Washington Agricultural Experiment Station, Pullman.

Department of Washington Agricultural College and School of Science.
STATION STAFF.
E. A. Bryan, M. A., Dir. H. S. Davis, Asst. Zool.
E. E. Elliott, M. S., Agr. R. E. Snodgrass, Asst. Ent.
Chas. V. Piper, M. S., Bot. and Zool. R. W. Thatcher, B. S., Asst. Chem.
S. W. Fletcher, Hort. David A. Brodie, B. S., Supt. Puyallup
Elton Fulmer, M. A., Chem. Station.
Sofus B. Nelson, D. V. M., Vet. R. Kent Beattie, M. A., Asst. Bot.
O. L. Waller, Irrig. Engin.
J. S. Cotton, Asst. Cooperative Range Expts.

WEST VIRGINIA.

West Virginia University, Morgantown.
GOVERNING BOARD.
Board of Regents: E. M. Grant, Morgantown; C. E. Haworth, Huntington; J. W.
SHale, Princeton; C. M. Babb, Falls; J. R. Trotter, Buckhannon; D. C. Gallaher,
Charleston; J. B. Finley, Parkersburg; C. D. Oldham, Moundsville; WV. J. W. Cow-
den, Wheeling.






70 AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

COURSEi OF BTUDY.

The four-year courses with degrees are: All courses leading to general culture, B.
A.; course in mechanical engineering, B. S. M. E.; course in civil engineering, B. 8
C. E.; scientific course in agriculture, B. 8. Agr., and the law course, LL B. BThi
two-year courses are: The two-year certificate law course, not leading to any degree
and the short course in practical agriculture, leading to the degree of B. Agr. Proe
paratory, graduate, music, art, and special courses are also offered.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


D. B. Purinton, PH. D., LL. D., President; Philosophy.


Okey Johnson, M. A., LL. B., Dean Law
College.
Thomas Clark Atkeson, PH. D., Dean
Agr. College; Agr.
James H. Stewart, M. A., Dir. Agr. Erpt.
Sta.
Waitman Barbe, M. A., Asst. to Pres. and
Registrar.
P. B. Reynolds, D. D., Econ. and Chap-
lain.
St. George T. Brooke, LL. D., Common
and Statute Law.
Wm. P. Willey, M. A., Equity, Jurispru-
dence, and Commercial Law.
Alexander R. Whitehill, Pa. D., General
and Anal. Chenm.
John L. Johnston, C. E., Civil and Mining
Engin.
Jas. S. Stewart, M. S., Math.
Samuel B. Brown, M. A., Geol.
J. N. Deahl, M. A., (Asst.) Pedag.
R. W. Douthat, PH. D., Latin Lang. and
Lit.
Wm. A. Caldwell, M. D., (Asst.) Anal.
and Phys.
Jas. M. Burns, Major, Commandant of
Cadets and Mil. Sci.
A. W. Porterfield, B. A., M. A., Asst. in
German.
Wm. J. Leonard, Instr. Fine Arts.
Those. E. Hodges, M. A., Phys.
H. S. Green, B. A., LL. D., Greek Lang.
and Lit.
Elizabeth Whitescarver, Asst. in Commer-
cial School.
Rufus West, Asst. in Mech. Engin.
Grace Martin Snee, B. M., (Asst.) Piano.
Daniel Webster Ohern, M. A., Instr.
Greek.
Thos. G. Hill, Asst. in Brass and Wood
Wind Instr.
Frederick Lincoln Emory, B. S., M. M. E.,
Mech. and Applied Math.
B. H. Hite, M. S., Agr. Chem.


K. C. Davis, PH. D., Hort.
A. D. Hopkins, Pa. D., Econ. Ent.
W. E. Rumsey, B. AGR., Econ. Bt.
A. J. Hare, B. A., Latin and Prin. Prep.
School.
Martha Brock, M. A., Asst. in Engl.
W. H. Whitham, B. A., Asst. in Geol. and
Phys.
W. J.Holden,M.A.,Asst. inRomance Lang.
Julia Ailleen Clark, Instr. Voice.
Frederick W. Truscott, PH. D., Germanic
Lang. and Lit.
Richard Ellsworth Fast, LL, B., M. A.,
American Hist. and Polit. Sci.
Chas. Chollet, B. A., Romance Lang. andI
Lit.
Charles Henry Patterson, M. A., RA et.
and Elocution.
F. P. Ruhl, D. V. S., Vet. Sci.
Lucy C. Daniels, PH. M., European Hist.
F. L. Kortright, D. Sc., (Asst.) Chem.
John B. Johnston, PH. D., Zool.
Hannah B. Clark, Pa. D., Asst. Econ.,
Sociology, and Dean of Women.
Russell L. Morris, C. E., (Asst.) Civil and
Mining Engin.
C. R. Jones, M. E., Mech. Engin.
Russell McMurphy, Instr. Piano and Act-
ing Dir. of School of Music.
Eva E. Hubbard, Instr. Painting and
Drawing.
D. M. Willis, Prin. Commercial School.
Ross Spence, Instr. Sringed Instruments.
Benj. G. Printz, Instr. Phys. Culture and
Dir. of Gymnasium.
Lloyd Lowndes Friend, B. A., Instr.
Engl. a
Bertha Browning, B. A., Ast. in Prep.
School.
S. C. Smith, B. A., Asst. in Rhetoric.
Eliza J. Skinner, Libr.
W. W. Smith, Asst. in Libr.
Anna B. White, B. A., Asst. in Libr.
Albert Jackson Collett, Sec. to Pres.







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, Morgantown.

Department of West Virginia University.

STATION STAFF.


SJ. H. Stewart, M. A., Dir.; Agr.
A. D. Hopkins, Pn. D., 1. Dir.; Ent.
Bert H. Hite, M. S., Chem.
K. C. Davis, PH. D., Hort.
Gilbert M. John, Asst. Hort.
W. E. Rumsey, B. S. A., Asst. Ent.
A. R. Whitehill,


C. D. Howard, B. S.. Al.s. Chem.
Frank B. Kunst, 2d Asst. Chem.
Horace Atwood, M3. S., Asst. .Agr.
John Wallace, Sten. and ('lerk.
M. A. Stewart, Libr.
W. J. White, Auditor.
PH. D., Treas.


The West Virginia Colored Institute, Institute.

Board of Regents: C. B. Scott (Pre-..), Bethany; C. H. Pavne (Sec.), Huntington;
J. M. Hazlewood (Treas.), Charleston; Thos. C. Miller, Charleston; B. L. Butcher,
Fairmont; B. S. Morgan, Charleston; Joseph (ray, Eli:abeth.

COrLSES OF STUDY.

The courses of study are: Agricultural, requiring four years for completion;
mechanical, normal, and academic.

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

J. McHenry Jones, President.
J. H. Hill, Commandant of Cadets. Mrs. E. L. Hill, Matron.
Byrd Prillerman, Eng. Lang. W. A. Spriggs, Carpentry.
J. M. Canty, jr., Mech. and Mech. Drawing. S. D. Brown, Printing.
C. E. Jones, Natural Sci. Jean Madison, New;ing.
J. C. Gilmer, Math. and Latin. Mary Eubank, Assist.
Mrs. E. M. Jones, MIusic. A. W. Curtis, Agr.
R. W. James, Asst. Agr.

WISCONSIN.

College of Agriculture of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Regents: J. H. Stout (Pres.), 31enomonie; State Superintendent of
Instruction, Madison; President of University, Madison; H. C. Taylor, Orfordrille;
Edward Evans, La Crosse; James C. Kerwin, Neenah; Wm. F. Vilas, Madison; B.
J. Stevens ( V Pres.), Madison; Almah J. Frisby, Milwraukee; E. A. Edmonds, Oconto
Falls; Arthur J. Puls, Milwaukee; Geo. F. Merrill, Ashland; D. T. Parker, Fennimore;
Arthur M. Pereles, Milwaukee; Maj. C. Mead, Plymouth; E. F. Riley (Sec.), Madison.

COURSES OF STUDY.

The long course requires four years, leading to the degree of B. S. Agr. The short
course covers two terms of fourteen weeks each. The winter dairy course lasts twelve
weeks, and requires for admission five months' previous training in a creamery or cheese
factory. A summer dairy course is offered this year for the first time. Students
will be admitted without previous factory training, and may remain the whole
season. A limited number only will be accepted. To secure a dairy certificate the
student must have two seasons' actual practice in a factory, one of which must follow
his work at the dairy school. If all work is satisfactory, as reported on blanks and
found by inspection, a dairy certificate is granted.


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Chief Chem.
A. R. Whitson, B. 8., Agr. Phys.
E, S. Goff, Hort. and Econ. Ent.
H. L. Russell, PH. D., Bact.
E. H. Farrington, M. S., Dairy Husb.
F. W. Woll, M. S., Chem.
W. L. Carlyle, B. S. A., Animal Husb.
T. F. McConnell, jr., Instr. in Animal
Husb.
F. J. Wells, Asst. Agr. Phys.
G. McKerrow, Supt. Farmers' Institutes.
R. A. Moore, (Asst. to Dean) in Charge
Short Course.


A. Vivian, MH. 1U., (Aa.) ClhieM.
W. A. Scott, PH. D., Eon. Apr.
F. Cranefield, Instr. Bort.
John McCready, Instr. Milk fTesin. .-
J. H. Godfrey, In~er. Buttervorker.
Wallace E. Kirkham, Instr. Seprator.
R. D. Weaver, Instr. Separator.
Fred. Sargent, InAsr. Cheese Making.
William Verthein, lnsir. Pasteurizing.
P. A. Dukleth, Iner. Farm Darying.
Chas. A. Nicolaus, Asst. Insr. "Iran
Dairying.
Hugh Nisbet, Instr. Cheese Making.


G. H. Benkendorf, Instr. Dairy Machinery.


Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Department of the University of Wisconsin.


STATION STAFF.


W. A. Henry, B. AGR., Dir.
S. M. Babcock, Pa. D., Asst. Dir. and
Chief Chem.
A. R. Whitson, B. S., Agr. Phys.
E. S. Goff, Hort.
Frederic Cranefield, Asst. in Hort.
E. H. Farrington, M. S., Dairy Husb.
U. S. Baer, Cheese Making.
W. L. Carlyle, B. S. A., Animal Husb.
T. F. McConnell, jr., Asst. Animal Husb.


H. L. Russell, PH. D., Bact.
John F. Nicholson, Asst. Bact.
F. W. Woll, M. S., Chem.
Roscoe H. Shaw, Acting Chem.
Alfred Vivian, Asst. Chem.
R. A. Moore, Asst. Agr.
F. J. Wells, Asst. Agr. Phys.
Leslie H. Adams, Farm Supt.
Ida Herfurth, Clerk.
Daisy G. Beecroft, Libr. and &en.


WYOMING.

College of Agriculture of the University of Wyoming, Laramie.

GOVERNING BOARD.

Board of Trustees: Otto Gramm (Pres.), Laramie; T. F. Burke (V. Prs.), Chey
enne; Grace R. Hebard (Sec.), Cheyenne; J. C. Davis (Treas.), Rawlins; A. C. Jones,
Laramie; S. Conant Parks, Lander; J. A. Beckwith, Evanston; H. L. Stevens, Laramie;
Mortimer Jesurun, Douglas; T. T. Tynan (State Supt. of Public Instruction), Cheyenne;
E. E. Smiley, (Pres. University), Laramie.

COURSES OF STUDY.
The course of study in the department of agriculture requires four years. for com-
pletion and leads to the degree of B. Agr. Also one and two years' courses.







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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


E. E. Smiley, D. D., President of the University and Director of the Experiment Station.
Aven Nelson, M. S., M. A., Biol. Chas. A. Adams, M.A., Engl.Lang. and Lit.
Henry Merz, M. A., German and Social Sci. W. F. Gilkison, B. S., M. E., Mech.
1. M. Morse, M. A., French and Hist. J. E. Downey, M. A., Insir. Engl.
SFrank E. Emery, M. S., Agr. and Hort. J. F. McClelland, E. M., Asst. in Geol.
SC. B. Ridgaway, M. A., Math and Phys. F. H. H. Roberts, B. PED., M. A., Asst.
E. E. Slosson, M. S., Chem. in Math.
W. C. Knight, M. A., PH. D., Geol. W. B. Carhart, Instr. Bookkeeping.


Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, Laramie.

Department of the University of Wyoming.

STATION STAFF.


E. E. Smiley, D. D., Dir.
Frank E. Emery, M. S., V. Dir.; Agr. and
Hort.
SAven Nelson, M. S., M. A., Bot.
SE. E. Slosson, M. S., Chem.









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W. C. Knight, M. A., PH. D., Geol.
C. B. Ridgaway, M. A., Phys. and Math.
Grace R. Hebard, M. A., Pn.D., Sec.
Burton P. Fleming, B. S., Irrig.
Elias E. Nelson, M. A., Hort. and Agros.
















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Publication. Title. Author. ...
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Bulletin 110 ........... Grapes................ .......................... F.S.Earle and C. P. Austin.
Bulletin 111 .......... Corn Culture.-......- ............................. J. F.Duggar. 3
Bulletin 112 ........... Orchard Notes ................................. F.S.Earle.
Annual Repert........ Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900.-..............
Index, Vol. VIII...... Index to Bulletins 108-112, Thirteenth Annual
Report.
1901.S DG
Bulletin 113 ........... Cooperative Experiments with Cotton in J.F. Duggar.
1899-1900.
Bulletin 114 ........... Feeding Experiments with Dairy Cows........ J. F. Duggarand RW. CFlarl-
Bulletin 115 .--..---..- Commercial Fertilizers ......................... J. T. Anderson.
Bulletin 116 ........... Texas or Acclimation Fever.................... A.Cary.
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ALABAMA TUSKEGEE STATION. .


1901.
Bulletin 4 ............ Some Cercosporse of Macon County, Ala ........ G. W.Carver.


ARIZONA STATION.


1900.
Annual Report........ Eleventh Annual Report, 1900. ..................
1901.
Bulletin 36 ....-.....- Experimental Work with Sugar Beets during R. H. Forbes.
1900.
Bulletin 37 ............ Winter Irrigation of Deciduous Orchards....... A. J. McClatchie.
Bulletin 38 ............Timely ints for Farmers .....................
Bulletin 39 .......... Dairy Herd Records ............................ G. H. True.
Annual Report........ Twelfth Annual Report, 1901...................


ARKANSAS STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 62 ............ Wheat Experiments ........................... C. L. Newman.
Bulletin 63 ............ The Relative Susceptibility of the Domestic R. R. Dinwiddie.
Animals to the Contagia of Human and Bo-
vine Tuberculosis.
Bulletin 64 ............ Notes on Celery................................. E. Walker.
Bulletin 65 ............ Pig Feeding Experiments ...................... R. L. Bennett.
Annual Report........ Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900................
1901.
Bulletin 66 ............ Oat Experiments ............................... C.L. Newman.

A list of publications issued by the stations prior to January 1, 1892, was published in the er
ment Station Record, Vol. III, p. 937; and lists of those issued in subsequent years in the follow
bulletins of the Office of Experiment Stations: 1892 and 1893, Bulletin 19, p. 61; 1894 Bulletin 23, p
1895, Bulletin 27, p. 69; 1896, Bulletin 39, p. 58; 1897, Bulletin 47, p. 57; 1898, Bulletin 69, p. 74; 1899, B
letin 74, p. 79, and 1900, Bulletin 88, p. 89. A list of the publications issued by the stations from
to 1899 was published in Bulletin 80, p. 512, of the Office of Experiment Stations.








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STATION PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING 1901.

CALIFORNIA STATION.


Publication.


1900.
Exchange Seed
No.5.


Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin


1901
131
132
133
134


1.


- List,


Bulletin 135 ..........
Bulletin 136...........
Bulletin 137 .........
Seed Bulletin..........


Title.


Exchange Seed-List .......................

The Phylloxera of the Vine ...................
Feeding of Farm Animals.....................
Tolerance of Alkali by Various Cultures .....
Report on Condition of Vineyards in Portions
of Santa Clara Valley.
The Potato-Worm in California................
Erinose of the Vine ............................
Pickling Ripe and Green Olives ..............
Distribution of Seeds and Plants................


Author.


W. A. Setchell and J. B.
Dav'y.
F. T. Bioletti.
M. E. Jaffa and L. Anderson.
R. H. Loughridge.
F. T. Bioletti and E. H.
Twight.
W. T. Clarke.
F. T. Bioletti and E. H.
Twight.
F. T. Bioletti.
E.J.Wicksonand J. B. Davy.


COLORADO STATION.


1900. I
Bulletin 55 ............
Bulletin 59 ............
Bulletin 60 ............

Bulletin 61 ............
I


Forests and Snow............................
Investigation of the Great Plains: Field Notes
from Trips in Eastern Colorado.
Bush Fruits, including Gooseberries, Raspber-
ries, Blackberries, Dewberries.
Bromus inrmnis ...............................


Annual Report ........ Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900 ..............

1901.
- Bulletin 62 ............ Cantaloupes ..................................
Bulletin 63 ............ Sugar Beets. A rrsumn of the Work Done Iby
the Agricultural Experiment Station of Colo-
rado.
Bulletin 64 ........... Press Bulletins Nos. 1-11.......................
I


L. G. Carpenter.
J. E. Payne.
C. H. Potter.

F. L. Watrous, H. H. Griffin,
and J. E. Payne.


H. H. Griffin.
W. P. Headden.


CONNECTICUT STATE STATION.


1900.
Annual Report........
Annual Report........
Annual Report........
1901.
Bulletin 132 ..........

Bulletin 133 ..........

Bulletin 134 ..........
Bulletin 135 ..........
Annual Report........


Annual Report, 1900-Part II ..................
Annual Report, 1900-Part III................
Annual Report, 1900-Part IV .................

Condimental and Medicinal Cattle and Poul-
try Foods.
Commercial Feeding Stuffs in the Connecticut
Market.
The New Law Concerning Insect Pests.........
The San Jos6 Scale Insect: Its Appearance and
Spread in Connecticut.
Annual Report, 1901-Part I ..................


A. L. Winton et al.

W. E. Britton.
Do.


CONNECTICUT STORRS STATION.

1899.
Annual Report........ Twelfth Annual Report, 1899.................

1900.
Supplement to Report Publications of the Storrs Station since its Or-
for 1900. ganization in 1888.

1901.
Bulletin 22 .......... The Soy Bean as a Forage and Seed Crop....... C. S. Phelps.


DELAWARE STATION.


1900.
Annual Report .......

1901.
Bulletin 50 ............

Bulletin 51 ...........
Bulletin 52 ..........


Twelfth Annual Report, 1900 ..............

Directions for Treatment of Insect Pests and
Plant Diseases.
Pedigreed Sorghum as a Source of Cane Sugar.
Pear Blight and Pear Canker.................


E. D. Sanderson and F. D.
Chester.
A. T. Neale.
F. D. Chester.


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1900.
Annual Report........ Annual Reports, 1899 and 1900..................
1901.
Bulletin 56 ............ The Cottony Cushion Scale..................... H. A. Gomad.
Bulletin 57 .......... Top-working Pecans................ ....... H. H. Hume.
Bulletin 58 ............ Pomelos ....r .................................. Do. .

GEORGIA STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 51 ........... Corn Culture.................................. R. J. Redding.
Annual Report........ Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900................
190L
Bulletin 52 ............ Cottop Culture............................... Do.

IDAHO STATION.

1901.
Bulletin 25 ............ The Composition of Arsenical Insecticides ..... S. Avery.
Bulletin 26 ...-...----. Crude Petroleum. The Elm Louse. The Pear- J. M. Aldrich.
Leaf Blister Mite.
Bulletin 27 ............ Mushrooms or Toadstools: A Natural Food L. F. Henderson.
Product.
Bulletin 28 ............ Some Idaho Soils ............................... H.T. Beans.
Bulletin 29 ............ Report of the Director for the Two Years End- J. A. McLean.
ing June 30, 1900.
Meteorological Records......................... J. E. Bonebright.

ILLINOIS STATION.

1900.
Annual Report ........ Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900.............
1901.
Bulletin 61 ............ The Farmer's Vegetable Garden ............. J. W. Lloyd.
Bulletin 62 ........... The Market Classes of Horses................... E. Davenport.
Bulletin 63 ........... Seed Corn and Some Standard Varieties for A. D. Shamel.
Illinois.
Bulletin 64 ............ Treatment of Oats for Smut.................... Do.
Bulletin 65 ........... Construction and Care of Earth Roads.......... .O.Baker.

INDIANA STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 84 ............ Growing Lettuce with Chemical Fertilizers .... W. Stuart.
Bulletin 85 ............ Chrysanthemum Rust .......................... J.C. Arthur.
Bulletin 86 ............ On the Amount of Water in Slop-Fed Fatten- C. S. Plumb and H. E. Van
ing Pigs. Norman.
Annual Report........ Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900..............
1901.
Bulletin 87 ............ Formalin as a Preventive of Oat Smut ......... W. Stuart.
Bulletin 88 ............ Systems of Cropping with and without Fertili- W. C. Latta and J. H. Skin-
zation. ner.
Bulletin 89 ............ The Source of Milk Supply for Towns and Cities. C. S. Plumb.

IOWA STATION.

1901.
Bulletin 54 ............ Grasses.......................................... L. H. Pamel, J. B. Weems,
and F. Lamson-Scribnet.
Bulletin 56 ............ Field Experiments............................ J. Atkinson.
Bulletin 56 ............ Pastares and Meadows of Iowa............. L. H. Pammel, J. B. Weems,
and F. Lamson-Scribner.
Bulletin 57 ............ Experiments in Curing Cheese ................. G.L. McKay.
Bulletin 58 ............ Parturient Paralysis and the Schmidt Treat- J.J. Repp.
ment.
List of Bulletins published by the Iowa Exper-
iment Station.
Bulletin 59 ............ A Bacteriological Study of the College Cream- C. H. Eckles.
ery Milk Supply. A Case of Putrid Butter.
Purification of Milk by the Centrifugal Sepa- C. H. Eckles and S. K.l
rator. Barnes.


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STATION PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING


1901.


KANSAS STATION.


Publication.


1901
Bulletin 100
Bulletin 101
Bulletin 102
N Bulletin 103
SBulletin 104
SBulletin 105


1.
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Title.


Soy Beans in Kansas in 1900 ...................
Notes from the Plum Orchard .................


........... Forage Plants for Kansas......................
........... Digestion Experiments with Kansas Feeds.
Sugar Beets, 1891-1900.
........... Fall Seedingof Alfalfa........................
........... Blackleg in Kansas .............................


Author.


H. M. Cottrell, D. H. Otis,
and J. G. Haney.
E. A. Popenoe and A. Dick-
ens.
A. S. Hitchcock and J. M.
Westgate.
J. T. Willard and R. W.
Clothier.
H. M. Cottrell.
P. Fisher and A.T. Kinsley.


KENTUCKY STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 88 ............
SBulletin 89 ....-.......
Bulletin 90 ............
1901.


Bulletin 91 ...

Bulletin 92 ...
Bulletin 93 ...
Bulletin 94 ...
Bulletin 95 ...


. Commercial Fertilizers .......................
Wheat-Test of Varieties. Test of Fertilizers.
I Descriptions of Varieties of Wheat.
Commercial Fertilizers .......................

. Enemies of Cucumbers and Related Plants.
Experiments with Potato Scab. The Food of
the Toad.
Grapes ......................................
. Diseases of Nursery Stock. Rabbits and Their
SInjuries to Young Trees.
' Test of Varieties of Wheat .....................
Descriptions of Varieties of Wheat.............
. Commercial Fertilizers ..........................


M. A. Scovell, A. M. Peter,
and H. E. Curtis.
H. Garman.
M. A. Scovell, A. M. Peter,
and H. F. Curtis.
H. Garman.

C. W. Mathews.
H.Garman.
J. N. Harper.
H. Garman.
M. A. Scovell, A. M. Peter,
,;nd H. E. Curtis.


LOUISIANA STATION.


1900.
: Bulletin 63 ............
Annual Report.......
1901.
Bulletin 64 .........


Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers and Paris
Green.
Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900...............

Report of the Veterinarian ................


W. C. Stubbs.



W. H. Dalrymple.


MAINE STATION


1900.
Bulletin 69 ............
Annual Report........
1901.
Bulletin 70 ............
Bulletin 71 ............
Bulletin 72 ............
Bulletin 73 ............
Bulletin 74 ............
i Bulletin 75 .............
Bulletin 76...........
Bulletin 77 ............


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Finances, Meteorology, Index .................
Sixteenth Annual Report, 1900................

Oats as Grain and Fodder .....................
Feeding Stuff Inspection ......................
Fertilizer Inspection......... ...............
Experiments with Fungicides upon Potatoes
in 1900. How to Fight Potato Enemies.
The Manurial Value of Ashes, "Mucks," Sea
Weeds, and Bone.
Analyses of Miscellaneous Food Materials......
The Horticultural Status of the Genus Vaccin-
ium.
Fertilizer Inspection.............................
!


J. M. Bartlett.
C. D. Woods and J. M. Bart-
lett.
C. D. Woods.
Do.
Do.
C. D. Woods and L. H. Mer-
rill.
W. M. Munson.
C. D. Woods and J. M. Bart-
lett.


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MARYLAND STATION.


Publication.


1900.
Bulletin 69 ...........
1901.
Bulletin 70 ............
Bulletin 71 ...........


Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin


72 ..........
73 ...........
74 ...........
75 ............


Bulletin 76 ............
Bulletin 77 ............
Annual Report........


Title.


The Influence of Feed and Care on the Indi-
viduality of Cows.
The Chemical Composition of Maryland Soils..
Notes on Spraying Peaches and Plums in 1900..
Peach Growing in Maryland ..................
Suggestions about Combating the San Jos Scale.
Notes on Celery Blight ........................
The Effect of Hydrocyanic-Acid Gas Upon
Grains and other Seeds ......................
Parturient Paresis--Milk Fever, Calving Fever.
The Comparative Digestibility of Raw, Pasteur-
ized, and Cooked Milk.
Fourteenth Annual Report, 1901..............


Author.


C. F. Done.


F. P. Veitch.
C. O. Townsend
Gould.
H. P. Gould.
Do.
C. O. Townsend.
Do.
S. S. Buckley.


C. F. Doane and T. M. Price.


MASSACHUSETTS STATION.


1900.
Annual Report .......
1901.
Bulletin 71 ...........
Bulletin 72 ...........
Bulletin 73 ...........
Bulletin 74 ...........







Bulletin 75 ...........


Bulletin 76 ............
Bulletin 77 ............


Meteorological Bulle-
tins.


Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900................

Concentrated Feed Stuffs. Condimental Stock
and Poultry Foods.
Summer Forage Crops ........................
Orchard Experiments. Fertilizers for Fruits.
Thinning Fruits. Spraying Fruits.
Analyses of Manurial Substances Sent on for
Examination. Analyses of Paris Green and
Other Insecticides. Instructions Regarding
the Sampling of Materials to be Forwarded
for Investigation. Discussion of Trade Val-
ues of Fertilizing Ingredients. Laws for the
Regulation of the Trade in Commercial Fer-
tilizers in Massachusetts. Instructions to
Manufacturers, Importers, Agents, and Sell-
ers of Commercial Fertilizers.
Analyses of Manurial Substances Sent on for
Examination. Analyses of Licensed Fertil-
izers Collected by the Agent of the Station
during 1901.
The Imported Elm-leaf Beetle..................
Analyses of Manurial Substances Sent on for
Examination. Analyses of Licensed Fertil-
izers Collected by the Agent of the Station
during 1901.
Meteorological Bulletins 145-152 ...............


Meteorological Bulletins 153-155...............


J. B. Lindsey et al.
J. B. Lindsey, E. B. Holland,'
and P. H. Smith, jr.
S. T. Maynard and G. A.
Drew.
C. A. Goessmann.







Do.


H. T. Fernald.
C. A. Goessmann.


J. E. Ostrander
Rice.
J. E. Ostrander
Bodflsh.


and C.
and H.


MICHIGAN STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 186 ..........
Annual Report........


Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin


1901.
187 ...........
188 ...........
189 ...........
190 ...........
191 ...........
192 ...........


First Report of the Upper Peninsula Experi-
ment Station.
Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900...............

Report of South Haven Substation ...........
Experime..is with Sugar Beets ...............
Notes on Strawberries .........................
Vegetable Tests for 1900........................
Shrinkage of Farm Products...... ...........
Fertilizer Analyses..............................


S. H. Fulton.
J. D. Towar.
L. R. Taft and M. L. Dean.
Do.
C. D.Smith.
R. C. Kedzie and L. H. Van
Wormer.


MINNESOTA STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 69 ........... Bugs Injurious to Our Cultivated Plants ....... O. Lugger.
Annual Report....... Annual Report, 1900 .........................
1901.
Bulletin 70 ........... Influence of Wheat Farming upon Soil Fer- H.Snyder.
utility.
Bulletin 71 .......... Investigation in Milk Production ............. T. L. Haecker and E. W.
Major.


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MISSISSIPPI STATION.


Publication.


1900.
Bulletin 65 .........
1901.
Bulletin 66 ...........
Bulletin 67 ...........
Annual Report .......


Title.


Soils of Mississippi: Chemical and Physical
Composition.
Soils of Mississippi: Plant Food and Produc-
tiveness.
Good Dirt Roads for Mississippi................
Fourteenth Annual Report, 1901..............


Author.


W. L. Hutchinson, W. R.
Perkins. and E. B. Ferris.
W. L. Hutchinson.
J. W. Fox and W. L. Hutch-
inson.


MISSOURI FRUIT STATION.

1900.
Annual Report........ First Annual Report, 1900.....................
1901.
Bulletin 1 .....-....... Preliminary Report on Bitter Rot or Ripe Rot J. T. Stinson.
of Apples.


5MONTANA STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 26 ............ Poultry Raising ............................... H.C.Gardiner.
Bulletin 27 ........... Live Stock Feeding Tests: Beef Cattle, Lambs, R.S. Sliaw.
and Swine.
Bulletin 28 ............ Seventh Annual Report, 1900 .................
Bulletin 29 ............ The Quantity of Water used in Irrigation and S. Fortier.
the Seepage Loss from Canals.
1901.
Bulletin 30 ........... Weeds of Montana.............................. J.W. Blankinship.
Bulletin 31 ............ Report of Grazing and Feeding Tests: Beef R.S.Shaw.
Cattle and Lambs.


NEBRASKA STATION.


1900.
Annual Report........ Fourteenth Annual Report, 1900 ...............
1901.
Bulletin 68 ............ Feeding Skim Milk to Calves................... A. L. Haeckel.
Bulletin 69 ............ Some Forage Plants for Summer Feed.......... T. L. Lyon and A. L.
Hacker.
Bulletin 70 ............ Locusts or Grasshoppers ........................ L. Bruner.
Bulletin 71 ............ Sheep Feeding ExperimentsinNebraska. (Sec- E. A. Burnett.,
ond Experiment.)


NEVADA STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 48 ............ Nature Studies III. Some Waysof Seed Distri- F. H. Hillman.
bution.
Bulletin 49 ............ The Carpenter Worm .......................... S. B. Doten.
Bulletin 50 ............ Sugar Beets, Season of 1899. Part II............ R. H McDowell.


NEW HAMPSHIRE STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 76 ............ Utilizing the Greenhouse in Summer........... F. W. Rane.
Bulletin 77 ............ Experiments in Road Surfacing ............... C. H. Pettee.
Bulletin 78 ........... Bovine Tuberculosis ............................ H. H. Lamson.
SBulletin 79 ............ Twelfth Annual Report, 1900 .................
1901.
I Bulletin 80 ............ The Inspection of Fertilizers in 1900............ F. W. Morse.
I Bulletin 81 ............ Insect Record for 1900 .......................... C Weed.
Bulletin 82 ............ Feeding Farm Horses .......................... C. W. Burkett.
SBulletin 83. .--....... The Value of Meadow Muck................... F. W. Morse.
:Technical Bulletin 1. An Annotated Catalogue of the Butterflies of W. F. Fiske.
New Hampshire.
ITechnical Bulletin 2. The Classification of American Muskmelons... F. W. Rane.


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Publication. Title. Author.

1900.
Bulletin 147 ........... The Angoumois Grain Moth....... ............ J. B. Smith.
Special Bulletin 8..... Soil Fungicides for Potato and Turnip Diseases. B. D. Halsted.
1901.
Bulletin 148 ......... Alfalfa-Methods of Culture and Yields per E. B. Voorhees and C.:
Acre. Alfalfa Protein Versus Purchased Pro- Lane.
tein in Rations for Dairy Cows.
Bulletin 149 ........... Two Strawberry Pests ....................... J.B. Smith.
Bulletin 150 ........... Losses in Farm Manures. The Relative Use- E. B. Voorhees.
fulness of the Nitrogen in Fresh and in
Leached Manures. The Comparative Value
of the Nitrogen in Commercial Forms and in
Natural Manures.
Bulletin 151 ......... Bean Diseases and Their Remedies........... B. D. Halted.
Bulletin 152 ........... Domestic Pasteurizing Methods, and the Care J. Nelson. *
of Milk in the Home.
Bulletin 153 ........... Concentrated Feeding Stuffs ................... L. A. Voorhees and. PJ. .
Street.


NEW MEXICO STATION.

1900.
Annual Report........ Tenth and Eleventh Annual Reports, 1899 and
1900.
1901.
Bulletin 37 ............ Notes on the Food of Birds..................... T. D:A. Cockerell.
Bulletin 38 ............ Soil and Soil Moisture Investigations for the J. D. Tinsley and J. J. Ver-
Season of 1900. non.
Bulletin 39 ............ Orchard Notes................................. ---F.Garcia.


NEW YORK STATE STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 177 .


Bulletin 178 ..........
Bulletin 179 .........
Bulletin 180 ....-......
Bulletin 181 ..........
Bulletin 182 ..........
Bulletin 183 .........
Bulletin 184 .........
Bulletin 185 ..........
Bulletin 186 ..........
Bulletin 187 ..........
Bulletin 188 ..........
Bulletin 189...........
Bulletin 190 ..........
Bulletin 191 .........
Bulletin 192 ..........
Bulletin 193 .........
Bulletin 194 ..........

Bulletin 195 .........
Bulletin 196 .........
1901.
Bulletin 197 ..........
Bulletin 198 ..........


Report of Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers
for the Spring and Fall of 1900.
Inspection of Babcock Milk Test Bottles........
An Anthracnose and a Stem Rot of the Culti-
vated Snapdragon.
Miscellaneous Notes on Injurious Insects ......
A Fumigator for Small Orchard Trees.........
Experiments on the Sulphur-Lime Treatment
for Onion Smut.
Notes on some Dairy Troubles .................
Influence of the Temperature of Curing upon
the Commercial Quality of Cheese.
New York Apple-Tree Canker. i (Second Re-
port.)
The Sterile Fungus Rhizoctonia as a Cause of
Plant Diseases in America.
Commercial Fertilizers for Potatoes, III........
Spraying for Asparagus Rust ...............
A Little-Known Asparagus Pest................
Report of Analyses of Paris Green and Other
Insecticides in 1900.
A Fruit Disease Survey of Western New York
in 1900.
The Substitution of Soda for Potash in Plant
Growth.
San Josd Scale Investigations. I, The develop-
ment of the Female.
San Jos6 Scale Investigations. II, Spraying
Experiments with Kerosene Oil; Methods of
Combating the San Joa Scale.
Director's Report for 1900......................
Spraying in Bloom.............................

The Food Source o' Milk EWt; with Studies on
the Nutrition of Milch Cows.
Inspection of Feeding Stuffs, 1900-1901 .........


Bulletin 199 .......... An Epidemic of Currant Anthracnose........


Bulletin 200 ..........


Notes from the Botanical Department..........


L. L. Van Slyke and W. 9H.
Andrews.
W. H. Jordan and G. A.
Smith.
F. C. Stewart.
V. H. Lowe.
Do.
F. A. Sirrine and F. C. Stew-
art.
H. A. Harding, L. A. loere,
and G. A. Smith.
G. A. Smith.
W. Paddock.
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B. M. Duggar and F. C. Stew-
art.
W. H. Jordan.
F. A. Sirine.
Do.
L. L. Van Slyke and W. H.
Andrews.
F. C. Stewart, F. M. Bsolf.
and F. Hall.
W. H. Jordan and C. G. Jen-
ter.
V. H. Loweand P. J. Parrott.


V. H. Lowe.


W. H. Jordan.
S. A. Beach and L.. HBaley.

W. H. Jordan, C. G. Center, j
and F. D. Fuller.
W. H. Jordan and C. G.k
Jenter.
F.C. Stewart and H. J. E
tace. ,. :
Do. ;


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RECEIVED DURING 1901.


Publicat


1901.
Bulletin 186 .

SBulletin 187 .
N Bulletin 188 .
l: Bulletin 189 .
1: Bulletin 190 .
Bulletin 191 .
SBulletin 19I2.
SBulletin 193 .


NEW YORK CORNELL STATION.


Bulletin


ion.


194.


Bulletin 195 ..........


Bulletin


196 ..........


Title.


The Sterile Fungus Rhizoctonia as a Cause of
Plant Diseases in America.
The Palmer-Worm.............................
Spray Calendar ................................
Oswego Strawberries ........................
Three Unusual Strawberry Pests and a Green-
house Pest.
Tillage Experiments with Potatoes.............
Further Experiments Against the Peach-Tree
Borer.
Studies of Some Shade Tree and Timber-
Destroying Fungi.
The Hessian Fly: Its Ravages in New York in
1901.
Further Observations upon Ropiness in Milk
and Cream.
Fourth Report on Potato Culture..............


Author.


B. M. Duggar and F. C.Stew-
art.
M. V. Slingerland.

L. H. Bailey.
M. V. Slingerland.

J. L. Stone.
M. V. Slingerland.

G. F. Atkinson.


I. P. Roberts. M.
land, and J. L.
A. R. Ward.

L. A. Clinton.


V. Slinger-
Stone.


NORTH CAROLINA STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 176 ..........

SBulletin 177 .........
Annual Report.......

1901.
Bulletin 178 ...........

Bulletin 179 ...........

- Bulletin 180 ..........


The Relative Values of Some Nitrogenous Fer-
tilizers.
Edible Mushrooms of North Carolina...........
Twenty-third Annual Report, 1900 ............

The Nature of Pentosoids, and their Determi-
nation.
The Composition of Cotton-Seed Meal..........

The Sugar Beet in North Carolina .............


W. A. Withers
Fraps.
C. W. Hyams.


and G. S.


G. S. Fraps.


W. A. Withers
Fraps.
W. A. Withers.


and G. S.


NORTH DAKOTA STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 46 ............ A Preliminary List of the Spermaphyta, Seed H. L. Bolley and L. R. Wal-
Bearing Plants of North Dakota. dron.
Annual Report........ Eleventh Annual Report, 1900 .................

1901.
Bulletin 47 ............ Humus and Soil Nitrogen. Climatic Studies E. F. Ladd.
with Wheat, Oats, and Corn. Brome and
Timothy Compared. Austrian Brome Hay.
Bulletin 48 ............ Wheat Farming Experiments and Soil Moisture J. H. Shepperd and A. M.
Studies. Ten Eyck.


OHIO STATION.


1900.
Bulletinf 121 .........-..

Bulletin 122 ...........

1901.
Bulletin 123...........

I Bulletin 124 ..........
Bulletin 125 .........
Bulletin 126 ...........
SBulletin 129 ...........




1900.
Bulletin 48 ...........

: .1901.
IBulletin 49 ............
Bulletin 50 ............
0Circular 3 ...........

Annual Report........


15469-N<


A Condensed Handbook of the Diseases of Cul-
tivated Plants in Ohio.
Onion Smut: Preliminary Experiments........

Grape Rots in Ohio .............................
Experiments in the Prevention of Grape Rot -..
The Maintenance of Fertility. ..................
The Maintenance of Fertility............
Sugar-Beet Investigations in Ohio in 1900
Field Experiments with Wheat ................


A. D. Selby.

Do.

Do.
A. D.Selby and J. F. Hicks.
C. E. Thorne et al.
Do.
A. D.Selby and J. W. Ames.
J. F. Hickman.


OKLAHOMA STATION.


Crop and Forage Notes, 1900 ...................

A Rhizomorphic Root Rot of Fruit Trees.......
Manuring the Soil .............................
Directions for Collecting and Preserving In-
sects and Plants.
Tenth Annual Report, 1901 ......................


F. C. Burtis.

E. M. Wilcox.
J. Fields.
E. M. Wilcox.


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STATION PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED DURING 1901.


OREGON STATION.


Publication.


Title.


Author.


1900.
Bulletin 63 ............ A Preliminary Bulletin on the Prevention of E. F. Pernot.
Smut on Oats.
Bulletin 64 ............ Investigation of Diseases in Poultry............ Do.
1901.
Bulletin 65 ............ Creameries and Cheese Factories of Western F. L. Kent.
Oregon.
Bulletin 66 .....-.....' The Grape in Oregon. I. Western Oregon..... E. R. Lake.
Bulletin 67 ............ The Silo and Silage ............................. J. Withycombe.
Annual Report........ Annual Report, 1901 .......................

PENNSYLVANIA STATION.

1900.
Annual Report........ Annual Report, 1900 .......-- ...........
1901.
Bulletin 55 ............ Variety Tests of Wheat ........................ G. C. Watson and E. H. Hea.
Bulletin 56 ...........----. Methods of Dairy Feeding ..................... H. Hayward.

RHODE ISLAND STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 74 ............ A Rotation of Crops: Potatoes, Rye, and Clover. H. J. Wheeler and J. A. Til-
linghast.
Bulletin 75 ............ A Four-Year Rotation of Crops: Indian Corn, Do.
Potatoes, Rye, and Clover.
1901. I
Bulletin 76 ............ A Five-Year Rotation of Crops: Indian Corn, Do.
Potatoes, Rye, Grass, and Grass.
Bulletin 77 ........... -Rations for Milch Cows......................... Do.
Feeding Stuff Analyses ........................ H. J. Wheeler and A. W. Bo&-
worth.
Bulletin 78 ..---.-- .... Analyses of Feeding Stuffs................... Do. o
Bulletin 79 ............ Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers ............ H. J. Wheeler et al.
Bulletin 80 ..........------A Modern Dairy Barn ......................... A. A. Brigham.
I Individuality of Cows ......................... W. A. Conant.
Bulletin 81 ............ Commercial Fertilizers ......................... H. J. Wheeler et al.
Annual Report........ Fourteenth Annual Report, 1901...............

SOUTH CAROLINA STATION.

1900.
Bulletin 57 ............ Fungicides........-.-- .........- ..............
Annual Report ........ Annual Report, 1900 .........................
1901.
Bulletin 58 ............ Grapes ......................................... C. C. Newman.
Bulletin 59 ............ A Chemical Investigation of the Rice Plant C. C. McDonnell.
and of the Produce and By-products of the
Rice Industry.
Bulletin 60 ............ Analysis of Commercial Fertilizer............
Bulletin 61 ........... Corn ............................................ J. S. Newman.
Bulletin 62 ............ Capons and Caponizing ........................ .M. Watson.
Bulletin 63 ..........- Sweet Potato................................ F. 8. Shiver.
Bulletin 64 ............ Analysis of Commercial Fertilizers, II..........
Bulletin 65 ........... San Jose Scale, with a Few Suggestions for
Its Treatment, and Rules and Regulations
Adopted by State Board of Entomoldgy.

SOUTH DAKOTA STATION.

1899.
Annual Report........ Annual Report, 1899..........................
1900.
Bulletin 68 ........... Vegetables in South Dakota.................... N. E. Hansen and W. S.
Thornber.
Annual Report ........ Annual Report, 1900 ...........................
1901.
Bulletin 69 ............ Native and Introduced Forage Plants.......... J. H. Shepard, D. A. Saun-
ders. and W. H. Knox.
Bulletin 70 ........... Drought-Resistant Forage Experiments at D. A. Saunders.
Highmore, S. Dak., for 1900.
Bulletin 71 ............ Spelt v. Barley ................................. E. C. Chilcott and W. T.':
Thornber.
Annual Report........ Annual Report, 1901............................








STATION PUBLICATIONS RECEIVE-D DURING 1901.

TENNESSEE STATION.


Publication.


Title.


.uthor.


S1900.
SBul. Vol. XIII.No. ...

SBul. Vol. XIII. No. 3 ...

Bul. Vol. XIII, No. ...
Annual Report ........
1901.
Bul. Vol. XIV, No. I....

Bul. Vol. XIV, No. 2....


Experiments with Winter Wheat..............

Fertilizer Experiments on P'litatoes. CC'rn.(Cm -
peas. and Peanuts.
Feeding Native Steers ..........................
Thirteenth Annual Report, I'O ................


Experiments with C(.'rnl Forage ('rnlp-'. anl
Spring Cereals.
W inter W heat...................................


A. .M. Sonie and PI. 0. Van-
atter.
C. A. Mooer-.

A. N.. S iil i11141 J. R. Fain.


A. M. Soilu I1. 1 i. Vanatter.
andl .. R. Fain.
A. N. SN ilt iand I'. 1 (. Van-
at ter.


TEXAS STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 58 ............
Annual Report.........

1901.
Bulletin 59 ...........
Bulletin 60 ............


Pruning and Training Peach ( orchard: .........
Twelfth Annual Report. 100 ..................


Forage Cr ps .....................................
Two MethodX s of Growing Onioni ...............


H. H. Price.



B. C. Pitruck and S. A. Me-
Henry.


UTAH STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 70 ..........
Bulletin 71 ............
Bulletin 72 .............
Annual Report........


Experiments in Puirk Production...............
Carrying Capacities of Irrigation Canail .......
A Soil Survey in Salt Lake Valley. Utah ........
Eleventh Annual Report. 100 .................


L. Foster and L. A. Merrill.
S. Fortitr.
F. D.Gardnerand J. Stewart.


VERMONT STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 83 ............
Annual Report ........

1901.
Bulletin 84 ............

Bulletin 85 .............
Bulletin 86 ............

Bulletin S7 ............
'I


Apples of the Famense Type ..................
Thirteenth Annual Report. 1900..............


Analyses of Commercial Feeding Stuffs ........

Potato Scab and Its Prevention ................
Analyses of Commernial Fertilizers. ..........

Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers............


F. .\. Waugh.


J. L. Hills. C. H..Iones, and
B. 0. White.
L. R .Jone and A. W. Edson.
J. L. Hills. C. H. Jones. and
B. 0. White.
Do.


VIRGINIA STATION.


1899.
Bulletin 107 ...........
Annual Report ........


Feeding Stuffs ................................. R. J. Davidson.
Annual Report. 1899 .........................


1900.
110 ...........
111 ...........
112 ..........
113 ...........
114 ...........
115 ...........
116 ...........
117 .........
118 ...........


Annual Report ........


Animal Parasites. III ..........................
Animal Parasites, IV ..........................
Animal Parasites, V ............................
Animal Parasites, VI ..........................
Animal Parasites. VII .........................
The Teeth of the Horse as Affected by Age. I...
The Teeth of the Horse as Affected by Age, II..
The Teeth of the Horse as Affected by Age. III.
The Teeth of Cattle and Sheep as Affected by
Age.
Annual Report. 1900..........................


E. P. Niles.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Do.
C. McCulloc
Do.
Do.
Do.


83


Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin
Bulletin


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WASHINGTON STATION.


Publication. Title. Author.

1899.
Annual Report........ Ninth Annual Report, 1899 ...................
1900.
Bulletin 43 ........... Rational Stock Feeding (A Revision of Bul. 29). W. J. Spillman.
Bulletin 44 ........... Fish Scrap Fertilizers..............---............ W.H. Heileman.
Annual Report ....... Tenth Annual Report, 1900...................
1901. ..
Bulletin 45 ........... A Preliminary Report of Poison Parsnip in D.A. Brodie.
Western Washington.
Bulletin 46 ........... Potato Blight and Its Treatment .............. Do.
Bulletin 47 ........... The Variegated Cutworm ................... R. W. Doane and D. A. B
die.
Bulletin 48 ........... A Mechanical Ration Computer................ W.J. Spillman.
Bulletin 49 ........... Alkali and Alkali Soils .................. W. H. Heileman.

WEST VIRGINIA STATION.


1900.
Bulletin 70 ..........
Bulletin 71 ..........
Annual Report .......
1901.
Bulletin 72 ...........
Bulletin 73 ..........
Bulletin 74 ..........
Bulletin 75 ...........
Bulletin 76 ..........


Spraying, Results of the Season, 1900...........
Poultry Experiments .........................
Thirteenth Annual Report, 1900 ..............

Commercial Fertilizers .......................
Loss of Weight in Eggs during Incubation .....
Cold Storage.......... .............. ........
Apple Districts of West Virginia ...............
Commercial Fertilizers.......................


L. C. Corbett.
J. H. Stewart and H. At-i
wood.


J. H. Stewart and B.H. White.
J. H. Stewart and H. At-:
wood.
L. C. Corbett.
Do.
J. H. Stewart and B. R. Hite.


WISCONSIN STATION.


1900.
Annual Report........
1901.
Bulletin 84 ............
Bulletin 85 ............
Bulletin 86 ..........
Bulletin 87 ..........
Bulletin 88 ..........
Bulletin 89 ..........
Special Bulletin ......


Seventeenth Annual Report, 1900 .............

Bovine Tuberculosis in Wisconsin.............
Development and Distribution of Nitrates and
other Soluble Salts in Cultivated Soils.
Analyses of Licensed Commercial Fertilizers,
1901.
Native Plums ..................................
Dairy Industry in Wisconsin ..................
The Law Regulating the Sale and Analysis of
Concentrated Feeding Stuffs in Wisconsin.
The Prevention of Oat Smut .................


H. L. Russell and E.G. Has
tings.
F. H. King and A. R. Whit-
son.
R. H. Shaw and A.Vivian.
E. S. Goff.
H. L. Russell.
W. A. Henry.
E. S. Goff.


WYOMING STATION.


1900.
Annual Report....... Tenth Annual Report, 1900 ....................
1901.
Bulletin 46 .......... The Brome Grasses of Wyoming............... A. Nelson.
Bulletin 47 ........... Lamb Feeding Experiments................. L. Foster.
Bulletin 48 ........... Experiments in Wheat Culture................ L. Fosterand W.H.Fairfield.


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FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.&


ALGERIA.


Station.


Agricultural and (Enological Station...........
Agricultural School and Experiment Station....
Botanical Experiment Station.................
Experiment Garden ...........................


Location.


Algiers ................
Roniba ...............
.....do ........... ......
Sqtif ....................


Di rector.


J. Dugast.

Dr. L. Trabut.
Ryf.


ARGENTINA.


Office of Agronomy and Animal Husbandry...... La Plata...............


Ramon Pieres.


AUSTRALIA.


NEW SOUTH WALES.
The Hawkesbury Agricultural College and Ex- Richmond.............
perimental Farm.
New South Wales Department of Agriculture.... Sydney ................
Wagga Experimental Farm....... ........... Wagga-Wagga...........
Experimental Farm ......................... Bathurst...............
Dairy Stud Farm ...... ..................... Berry ... ..............
Experimental Farm ......................... Coolabah ................
Experimental Farm ......................... Grafto......
Irrigation Experimental Field .............. Pera Bore..............
Technological Museum..................... Wollongbar............
Experimental Farm ................... .....do ................
Botanic Gardens and Domains .............. Sydney ...............

QUEENSLAND.
Botanic Garden........ ..................... Brisbane..............
Acclimatization Society ...................... ..... do ................
Queensland Department of Agriculture ...............do ...............
Biggenden Farm.......................... Burnett District .......
Camerunga State Nursery ................... Cairns ................
Gindie Farm................................ Central District.........
Hermitage Farm............................ Warwick, Darling
Downs District.
Westbrook Farm............................ Darling Downs District.
Sugar Experiment Station.................. Mackay ..............
Redland Bay Experiment Orchard.......... ..........................
Agricultural College and Experiment Farm..... Gallon.................
Acclimatization Society's Gardens.............. Rockhampton .........

SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
The South Australia Central Agricultural Bureau. Adelaide ...............
Botanic Garden................. .................. do ..................
Botanic Gardens................................ Port Darwin............
Agricultural College and Experimental Farm .. Roseworthy ..........

TASMANIA.
Tasmanian Council of Agriculture .............. obrt .................
Botanic Gardens................................ ...do .................

VICTORIA.
Agricultural College and Experimental Farm .. Dookie ................
The Department of Agriculture of Victoria...... Melbourne .............
Botanic Gardens................................... do ..................
National Herbarium ...............................d..................

WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
Experimental Farm .......................-- Drakesbrook ..........
The Western Australia Department of Agricul- Perth ..................
ture.


George Valder.

John L. Fegan.
G. M. McKeown.
A. A. Dunnicliff.

R.W. Peacock.
J. H. Bulkeley.
Gorman.
R. T. Baker.
H. V. Jackson.
J. H. Maiden.


F. Mh. Bailey.
E. Grimley.
J. V. Chataway.
Henry A. Tardent.
G. B. Brooks.
R. Jarrott.
C. Ross.

H. C. Quodling.
A. A. Ramsey.
J. Henderson.
J. Mahon.
J. S. Edgar.


E. L. Batchelor.
Maurice Holtze.
Nicholas Holtze.
A.J. Perkins.


G. T. Collins.
F. Abbott.


Hugh Pye.
George Graham.
W. R. Guilfoyle.
J.G. Luehmann.


G. F. Berthoud.
George Throssell.


*This list includes agricultural experiment stations and other institutions in connection with which
investigations relating to agriculture are conducted.


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FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

AUSTRIA.


Station.


Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station of
the Province of Vorarlberg.
Agricultural Experiment Station for Plant Cul-
ture.
Seed Control Station of the State Agricultural
Secondary School.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment and Control
Station.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment and Seed
Control Station of the Lower Austrian Agricul-
tural, Horticultural, and Viticultural School.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Provincial Agricultural Chemical Experiment
and Seed Control Station.
Agricultural Experiment Station of the Agricul-
tural School.
Experiment and Seed Control Station of the
Agricultural Secondary School.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station of
the Royal Imperial Agricultural Society of
Carnithia.
Chemical Physiological Experiment Station for
Grape and Fruit Growing.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station for
Carniola.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment and Seed
Control Station.
Agricultural Botanical Experiment Station .....
Prince Schwarzenberg Agricultural Chemical
Experiment Station.
Provincial Agricultural Chemical Experiment
and Seed Control Station.
Forestry Experiment Institute.................

Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Moravian Seed Control Station ................
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station of
the State Agricultural Secondary School.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station of
the Agricultural Council for Upper Austria.
Provincial Agricultural Institute and Experi-
ment Station.
Chemical Laboratory..........................
Agricultural Chemical Experiment and Seed
Control Station of the German Section of the
Agricultural Council for the Kingdom of Bo-
hemia.
Agricultural Physiological Experiment Station
of the Bohemian Section of the Agricultural
Council of the Kingdom of Bohemia.
Experiment Station for the Distilling Industry..
Experiment Station for the Sugar Industry .....
Experiment Station for the Brewing Industry ..
Agricultural Seed Control Station of the State
Agricultural High School.
Provincial Agricultural Institute and Experi-
ment Station.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Agricultural Experiment Station ...............
Agricultural Botanical Experiment Station of
the Agricultural Academy.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station of
the State Agricultural Academy.
Experiment Station for Flax Culture.........
Agricultural Botanical Experiment and Seed
Control Station.
Chemical Technical Experiment Station of the
Central Society for the Beet-Sugar Industry in
the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Austrian Experiment Station and Academy for
the Brewing Industry.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Seed Control Station (Agricultural Botanical
Experiment Station).
Agricultural Bacteriological Institute ..........


Location.


Bregenz, Vorarlberg....
Brfinn, Moravia.......
Czernowitz, Bukowina.
Dublany,near Lemberg,
Galicia.
Feldsberg, Lower Aus-
tria.
Goritz .................
Gratz, Styria ...........
Jungbunzlau, Bohemia.
Kaaden, Bohemia......
Klagenfurt, Carnithia..

Klosterneuberg ........
Laibach, Carniola.....
Leitmeritz, Bohemia...

Lemberg, Galicia:......
Lobositz, Bohemia ....
Marburg on the Drave,
Styria.
Mariabrunn (P. O. Ha-
dersdorf-Weidlingau,
Lower Austria.
Neutitschein, Moravia.
.....do ......... ......
Oberhermsdorf, Silesia.

Otterbach, near Schir-
ding, Upper Austria.
Parenzo, Istria.........
Pilsen, Bohemia.......
Prague, Bohemia.......


.....do ................ ..

.....do ................ ..
.....do ...............
.....do .................
Prerau, Moravia........

S. Michael-on-the-Etsch,
Tyrol.
Spalato, Dalmatia ......
Tabor, Bohemia .......
.....do ................

Tetschen-Liebwerd, Bo-
hemia.
Trautenau. Bohemia ...
Troppau, Silesia.......
Vienna................

.....do.................
.....do.................
.....do ................
.....do ................


Director.


Dr. Wilhelm Eugling.
Johann J. Vafiha.
Emil Baler.
Mikulowski-Pomorski.
Franz Kozeschnik.

Johann Bolle.
Eduard Hotter.
Friedrich Nebovidsky.

Prof. Andreas Nowoeaek.
Dr. H. Svoboda.

Prof. Leonhard Roesler.
Dr. Ernst Kramer.
A. J. Kollar.

Dr. Ign. R. von Szyszylo-
wicz.
Dr. Josef Hanamann.
Edmund Schmid.
Josef Friedrich.

Prof. Alfred Wiener.
Prof. Richard Hamerak.
Rudolf Pfohl.
Franz Xav Hanuach.

Dr. J. B. Cucovich.

F. KundrAt.
Josef Klaudi.


Dr. Julius Stoklasa.

Anton Nydrle.
Prof. C. Preis.
Franz Chodounskf.
Vrat. St6hr.

Prof. Carl Portele.
Franz Guozdenovid.
Franz Farsky.
Prof. Theo. Erben.

Prof. Josef Seiasl.

Camill Hoffmeister.
Otto Kambersky.
Friedrich Strohmer.

Prof. Fr. Schwackh6fer.

Dr. F. W. Dafert.
Dr. Th. R. von Weinzierl.
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FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

BELGIUM.


Station.


Analytical Laboratory..........................
Agricultural and Hygienic Laboratory..........
Agricultural and Hygienic Laboratory..........
Institute of Chemistry and Bacteriology (Agri-
cultural Experiment Station).
Analytical Laboratory ..........................
Dairy Station ....................................
Analytical Laboratory........ ...............
Provincial Experimental Garden..............
Analytical Laboratory..........................
Analytical Laboratory..........................
Analytical Laboratory..........................
Analytical Laboratory..........................
Provincial Agricultural Laboratory ............
Agricultural and Hygienic Laboratory..........
Garden of the Society for Vegetable Culture ....


Location.


Antwerp ...............
Bruges .................
Courtrai ................
Gembloux...............

.....d ........... ......
.....do .................
Ghent ................
.....do .................
H asselt .................
Liege ...................
Louvain .... ...........
Mon .................... i
Roulers .................
St. Nicolas...........
.....do.................


Director.


D. Crispo.
Lobau.
D'Hondt.
Prof. A. Petermann.
Charles Masson.
M. M. Henseval.
P. Nyvsens.
P.de ('Cauwe.
Mervier.
De M plinari.
J.(;raftian.
Fl. W\V rage.
J. Van den Berghe.
Dr. \Wdon.
C. Amelinckx.


BERMUDAS.


Botanic Station .................................. ......... ........ .... G.A. Bishop.


BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA.


Station for Fruit and Vine Culture ............. Dervent ..............
Agricultural Station ............................. Gacko .................
Agricultural Station ......................... Ililde..................
Station for Fruit and Vine Culture .............. Lastva................
Agricultural Station ............................ Livno ................
Agricultural Station ............................. Modric ................
Station for Fruit and Vine Culture .............. Mostar..............


BRAZIL.


Agricultural Station............................ Campinas, Sao Paulo ... Adolpho B. U. Cavalcanti.
Agricultural Institute of Sao Paulo........................ Dr. Gustavo R. P. d'Utra.
Agricultural Institute .......................... Itabira, Mi nas Gerae...
Botanical Garden............................... San Viiente,Sa o Paulo. Dr. J. Campos Porto.
Botanical Garden.............................. Tremembi, near Sao Dr. Alberto LfIgren.
Paulo.
Experimental and Demonstration Field of the Sao Carlos, Sao P'aulo.. .Gomes Carno.
Cultivators' Club (Club da Lavoura).
Zootechnic Institute.......................... Uberaba, Minas Geraes. Prof. F.M. Drnenert.


BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA.


Scientific Department ........................... Zomba ................ J. McClounie.


BRITISH EAST AFRICA.


Botanic Garden and Experiment Station........ IUganda ................ Alexander Whyte.


BRITISH GUIANA.


Botanic Gardens and Sugar Cane Experiments Berbice................. Richard Hunt.
Botanic Gardens............................... Georgetown, Demerara. G. S. Jenman.


BRITISH HONDURAS.


Botanic Station ............................. Belize ................. E. Campbell.





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FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

BRITISH WEST INDIES.


Station. Location. Director.

Botanic Station and Sugar Cane Experiments... Antigua ................ W. N. Sands.
Imperial Department of Agriculture ............ Barbados............... Dr. D. Morris.
Botanic Station and Sugar Cane Experiments... Dodd's Reformatory, John R. Bovell.
Barbados. 'r
Botanic Station................................. Dominica .............. Joseph Jones.
Botanic Station .................................. Grenada.............. W. E. Broadway.
Department of Public Gardens and Plantations. Kingston, Jamaica ..... William Fawcett.
Experiment Stations.......................... Montserrat ............. A. J. Jordan.
Botanic Station and Sugar Cane Experiments... St. Kitts-Nevis.......... William Lut.
Botanic Station ................................ St. Lucia .............. C. Moore.
Botanic Station .................................. St. Vincent............. Henry Powell.
Botanic Station ................................... Tobago................J. H. Hart. 3.
Experiment Station ............................. Tortola, Virgin Islands. C.W. Beale.
Royal Botanic Gardens and Sugar Cane Experi- Trinidad .............. J. H. Hart.
ments.


BULGARIA.

Experiment Field of the Agricultural School ... Plevna ................. B. Manoucheff.
Experiment Field of the Agricultural School ... Rustchuk ............. Nikola Batchvaroff.
Experiment Field of the Agricultural School ... Sadova ............... Athanase Kablechkotf.


CANADA.

Irrigation Experiment Station .................. Calgary, NorthwestTer- P. T. Bone.
ritores.
Ontario Fruit Experiment Stations b ............ Grimsby, Ontario....... L. Woolverton.
Ontario Agricultural College and Experimental Guelph, Ontario........ Dr. James Mills.
Farm.
Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Union.. .....do .................C. A. Zavitz.
University Botanic Garden ..................... Montreal, Quebec...... Prof. D. P. Penhallow.
Botanic Garden................................. Ottawa, Ontario........ Prof. John Macoun.
Central Experimental Farm.........................do .................. Dr. William Saunders.*
Experimental Farm for British Columbia... Agassiz, Ontario........ Thos. A. Sharpe.
Experimental Farm for the Northwest Ter- Indian Head, Assiniboia Angus Mackay.
ritories.
Experimental Farm for Manitoba.......... Brandon; Ontario...... S. A. Bedford.
Experimental Farm for the Maritime Prov- Nappan, Nova Scotia, R.Robertson.
inces. Ontario.


CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

Department of Agriculture ...................... Cape Town............. C. Mayer.
Analytical Laboratory ........................... .... do ... ............ Chas. F. Juritz.
Cape Government Herbarium ................... ....do ................... R. MacOwan.
School of Agriculture............................ Elsenburg .............. G. Mason.

CEYLON.

Department of Royal Botanic Gardens .......... Peradeniya ............ John C. Willis.
Botanic Garden................................ AnurAdhapura ........ D. F. de Silva.
Botanic Garden.................................. Badulla ............... D. D. Fernando.
Botanic Garden.................................. Hakgala................ William Nock.
Botanic Garden.................................. Henaratgoda........... .de Silva.
Botanic Garden.................................. Peradeniya............. Hugh McMillan.


CHILE.

Agronomic Station, Chemical Laboratory, and Santiago .............. Rene F. Le Feuvre.
Veterinary Hospital of the Normal School of
Agriculture (Quinta Normal de Agricultura).

SBy special appointment of the British Government, Commissioner D. Morris has been placed in
supreme control of all botanical and agricultural work in the West Indies, with the exception that
at present he has no direct control of the Botanic Gardens at Jamaica, British Guiana, ana Trinidad.:
He is, however, consulting officer to the governments in regard to these institutions.
b These comprise fifteen stations on private farms in different parts of the province.
SAlso director of the four branch farms, which are in charge of superintendents.








89


FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


CHINA.


Station.


Botanical and Afforestation Department........
Botanical Garden...............................


Location.


Hongkong..............
Saigon, Indo-China ....


Director.


Charles Ford.
Lemari(.


DAHOMEY.


Experiment Station..................................................


Teissonnier.


DENMARK.


Moor Experiment Stations of the Danish Heath
Society.
Experiment Station.............................
Carlsberg Physiological Laboratory ...........
Laboratory of Vegetable Physiology of the Royal
Veterinary and Agricultural College.
Seed Control Station............................
Chemical Laboratory and Control Station.......
Agricultural Experimental Laboratory of the
Royal Veterinary and Agricultural High
School.
Experiment Station ............................
Experiment Station ............................
Experiment Station ...........................


Aarhus................

Ascor ... .............
Copenhagen............
.....do ........ ....... I


.....do
.....do
.....do


Lyngby...............
Tystofte ...............
Vester-Hassing .........


Claudi-Westh.

F. Hansen.
Prof. E. C. Hansen.
Prof. W. Johannsen.

O. Rostrup.
Prof. V. Stein.
Prof. V. S. Storch.

K. Hansen.
N. P. Nielen.
A. J. Hansen.


EGYPT.


Khedivial Agricultural Society.................. Cairo ................... Geo. P. Foadan.



FALKLAND ISLANDS.


Government House Garden ...................... ......................... Albert Linney.



FIJI ISLANDS.


Botanic Station ................................ .......................... Daniel Yeoward.


FRANCE.


Station for Sericulture ............................
Agricultural Station ............................
Agricultural Station ........ .....................
Agricultural Station ...........................
Fish Culture Station.............................

(Enological Station of Bourgogne................
Agricultural Station of Franche-ComtC..........
Agricultural Laboratory .......................I.
Agricultural Station .............................
Agricultural and (Enological Station............
Fish Culture Station .............................

Agricultural Laboratory .........................
Agricultural Station ..........................
Agricultural Experiment Station................
Agricultural Laboratory .........................
Agricultural Station .............................
Agricultural Station ............................
Agricultural Laboratory ..................... ...
Station for Viticulture...........................


Alais, Gard ............
Amiens, Somme .......
Arras, Pas-de-Calais ....
Auxerre, Yonne .......
Banyuls, Pyr nees-Ori-
entales.
Beaune, Cote-d'Or......
Besancon, Doubs.......
Bethune, Pas-de-Calais.
Blois, Loir-et-Cher......
Bordeaux, Gironde .....
Boulogne-sur-Mer, Pas-
de-Calais.
.... do ..................
Caen, Calvados ........
Capelle ................
Chalons, Marne.........
Chartres, Eure-et-Loire.
Chateauroux, Indre ....
Cluny, Saone-et-Loire...
Cognac, Charente.......


Moziconnaci.
Roget.
Vuaflart.
R. Nantier.
De Lacaze-Duthiers.

Mathieu.

Ponnelle.
Vezin.
U. Gayon.
Eugene Canu.

Vuaflart.
Louise.
Desprez, jr.
Douftte.
C. V. Garola.
Alla.
G. Paturel.
J. M. Guillon.


-, I.


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FRANCE-Continued.


Station. Location. Director.


Agricultural Laboratory .........................
Agricultural Station ....................-.....---
Marine Zoological Laboratory .................

Agricultural Laboratory .......................
Agricultural Laboratory ........................
Laboratory of Vegetable Physiology............
Agricultural Station ...........................
Station of Agricultural Climatology .............
Agricultural Station and Bacteriological Lab-
oratory of Aisne.
Agricultural Laboratory ........................
Zoological Laboratory ........................
Agricultural Station ............................
Agricultural Station ...........................
Agricultural Station ..........................
Dairy Station ......... .........................
Station for Sericulture .............-...........-
Agricultural Laboratory .......................-

Laboratory for Technical Tests .................
Agricultural Station .............................
Station of Vegetable Physiology.................
(Enological Station ...........................--
Station for Sericulture ........................
Agricultural Station ..........................-
Agricultural Station .............................

Agricultural Station of the Pasteur Institute....
(Enological Station .............................
Agricultural Laboratory ........................
Agricultural Laboratory.........................
(Enological Station............................

Colonial Garden(Colonial Garden of Vincennes).
Laboratory ...................................
Agricultural Laboratory........................
Station of Agricultural Entomology ...........
Agricultural Station of the East ...............
Laboratory of Fermentations.....................
Station of Vegetable Pathology ................
Station for Testing Seeds........................
Station for Testing Agricultural Implements ...
Laboratory of the General Transportation Com-
pany.
Agricultural Station...........................
Agricultural Laboratory.......................
Agricultural Station............................
Agricultural Station............................
Agricultural Station............................
Laboratory of Agricultural Entomology ........
Agricultural Laboratory........................
Agricultural Station............................
(Enological Station.............................
Agricultural Laboratory........................
Agricultural Laboratory........................
Laboratory of Horticultural Research...........
Station for Viticulture..........................


Commercy, Meuse......
Dijon, Cote-d'Or ........
Endoume, Bouches-du-
Rh6ne.
Epinal, Vosges..........
Foix, Ari6ge............
Fontainebleau, Seine-
et-Marne.
Grignon, Seine-et-Oise..
Juvisy, Seine-et-Oise....
Laon, Aisne............
Laval, Mayenne .......
Les Sables d'Olonne,
Vend4e.
ILzardeaux, Finistkre..
Lille, Nord............
Lyon, Rh6ne ..........
Mamirolle, Doubs......
Manosque, Basses-Alpes
Marseilles, Bouches-du-
Rh6ne.
.....do ................
Melun, Seine-et-Marne .
Meudon, Seine-et-Oise..
Montpellier, H4rault ...
.....do ...............
.....do .................
Nancy, Meurthe-et-Mo-
selle.
Nantes, Loire-Inf6rieure
Narbonne, Aude.......
Nevers, NiWvre.........
Nimes, Gard...........
Quai de ]a Fontaine,
Nimes, Gard.
Nogent-sur-Marne a....
Olmet, Cantal.........
Orl4ans. Loiret........
16 Rue Claude Bernard,
Paris.
48 Rue de Lille, Paris .
Ruede l'ArbalMte, Paris
11 Rue d'Alesia, Paris..
Paris ..................
47 Rue Jenner, Paris...
Paris .................

Petr6, Vendee..........
Poitiers, Vienne........
Rennes, Ille-et-Vilaine.
Rethel, Ardennes......
Roue, Seine-Inf4rieure.
.....do ................
Saint-Etienne, Loire ..-
Toulouse, Haute-Ga-
ronne.
.....do .................
Tours, Indre-et-Loire...
Versailles, Seine-et-Oise
.....do ... ..............
Villefranche, Rh6ne...


Prudhomme.
Recoura.
Jourdan.

Jolly.
Soula.
Gaston Bonnier.
P. P. Dehtrain.
Camille Flammarion..
L. Gaillot.

H. Leizour.

J. Crochetelle.
A. Dubernard.
L. Vignon.
C. Martin.
Brandi.
Gassend.
E. Milliau.
A. Vivier.
Berthelot.
L. Roos.
F. Lambert.
H. Lagatu.
E. Colomb-Pradel.

A. Andouard.
L. Semichon.
Mancheron.
B. Chauzit.
E. Kayser.

J. Dybowski.
E. Duclaux.
Duplessis.
Dr. Paul Marchal.

Prof. L. Grandeau.
E. Duclaux.
Dr. G. Delacroix.
E. Schribaux.
M. Ringelmann.
Prof. L. Grandeau.

Touchard.
Roux.
G. Lechartier.
Coutte.
A. Houzeau.
Paul Noel.
Etienne.
Fabre.

J. Vincens.
L. Robin.
Rivi&re.
A. Petit.
V. Vermorel.


FRENCH GUIANA.
------------------------------- ---- --- il
Botanical Garden............................ Buduel ................. Bassire.


FRENCH GUINEA.


Experiment Station ......................... Konakry ............ Teissonnier.

*The Colonial Garden at Nogent-sur-Marne, which is also referred to as the Colonial Garden of.
Vincennes, is a central station that has the direction of the experiment stations recently established
in all the French colonies. It furnishes them with seeds and plants, and makes laboratory studies,
of all agricultural materials sent in by them for the purpose.








FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


FRENCH KONGO.


Station.


Location.


Director.


Experiment Station ............................ Libreville .............. C.Chalot.


GAM BIA.


Botanic Station .................................. ..........................


GERMAN EAST AFRICA.


Agricultural Experiment Station ................ I'sunibara .............


;ERPMANY.


Seed Control Station............... ............ Arendsee. Saxony ......
Agricultural Experiment Station....... ...... Augsburg. Bavrria .....
Agricultural Experiment Station................ Aiignii.enberg.a Baden .
Institute for Fermentation Industries and Berlin ................
Starch Manufacture.b
Biological Division for Agriculture and Forestry Berlin ................
of the Royal Board of Health.
Chemical Laboratory of ,he Beet Sugar Makers' .....do ..................
Union of Germany.
Experiment Station of the German Agricultural .....do .................
Society.
Experiment Station for Milling .....................do ..................
Agricultural Experiment Station .............. Bernburg, Anhalt ......
Agricultural Experiment Station............... Bonn. Prussia .........
Moor Experiment Station .................... Bremen ................
Seed Control Station of the Agricultural School. Bremerviirde, Prussia ..
Agricultural Botanical Experiment and Seed Minthias Place 6. Bres-
Control Station. lau, Prussia.
Agricultural Experiment and Control Station... Breslau................
Agricultural, Chemical, and Bacteriological In- .....do ..................
stitute of the University.
Institute for Agricultural Plant Prodluction of .....do................
the University.
University Institute of Animal Chemistry.. .. ..do ...............
Experiment Station ......................... Brunswick .............
Agricultural Experiment Station............... Colmar. Alsace-L oraine.
Agricultural Experiment Station ................ Dahme, Prussia........
Agricultural Experiment and Seed Control Sta- Danzig, Prussia.........
tion.
Agricultural Experiment Station ...............i Darmstadt. Hesse.......
Dairy Experiment Station of the Association of I.....do ..................
Hessian Agricultural Societies.
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory .............. Diibeln. Saxon ..........
Chemical and Physiological Experiment Sta- Dresden. Saxony .......
tion of the Veterinary High School.
Experiment Station for Plant Culture at the .....do................
Botanical Garden.
Control Station for Fertilizers, Feeding Stuffs, Ebstorf. Prussia ........
Foods, and Seeds.
Control Station............................. Eldena. Prussia ......
School for Pomology and Agricultural Winter Fried berg. Hesse.......
School.
Dairy Experiment Station of the Dairy School .Fulda, Prussia..........
Experiment Station for Pomology. Viticulture, Geisenheim-on-the-
and Gardening. Rhine, Prussia.
Division for Pomology, Viticulture, and Fer- .....do .................
mentation Investigations.
Division of Applied Chemistry......... ........do..................
Animal Physiological Experiment Station ...... Gittingen, Prussia......
Control Station for Fertilizers, Feeding Stuffs, .....do ................
and Seeds.
Experimental Field of the Agricultural Insti- .....do ................
tute of the University.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station of Halle-on-the-Salle.Prus-
S the Ministry of Agriculture. sia. .
Experiment Station for Plant Protection........ .....do .................
Physiological Laboratory, Experiment Field and .....do ..............
SPark for Domestic Animalsof the Agricultural
S Institute of the University.


Dr. P. Herzherg.
Dr. I. Hagen.
Prof. I. Behrens.
Prof. Max Delbrii(k.

Dr. Fr. von Tubeuf.

Prof. A. Herzfeld.

Dr. H. Thiesing.

Prof. L. Wittmack.
Prof. H. Wilfarth.
Dr. E. Herfeldt.
Prof. Br. Tacke.
Carl Gerdess.
Dr. W. Rerner.

Prof. B. Schulze.
Prof. Theodor Pfeiffer.

Prof. K. von Riimker.

Prof. H. Weiske.
Prof. Hugo Schultze.
Prof. Paul Kulisch.
Prof. R. 'lbricht.
Dr. MN. Schm6ger,

Prof. P. Wagner.
Dr. J. 'hl.

Prof. W. Wolf.
Prof. Ellenberger.

Prof.O. DI)rule.

Dr. F. Bente.

Arn. von Homeyer.
Dr. von Peter.

R. Backhaus.
R. Goethe.

Prof. Julius Wortmann.

R. Windisch.
Prof. F. Lehmann.
Dr. G. Kalb.

Prof. C. von Seelhorst.

Dr. W. Schneidewind.

Prof. M. Hollrung.
Prof.J. Kiihn.


*Post-office add ress, G r t zi n ge n.
b Includes divisions of distilling, starch manufacture, pressed-yeast manufacture, brewing, and raw
materials.


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Sttin Loain ietr


Agricultural Botanical Experiment Station.....
Botanical Museum and Laboratory for Commer-
cial Products.
Division for Seed Control ....................
Division for Plant Protection...............
Agricultural Experiment Station for the Study
of Plant Growth.
Dairy Experiment Station.....................
Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Experiment Stations of the Agricultural Insti-
tute.
Agricultural Chemical Station... ..........
Seed Testing Station.........................
Institute of Technology.....................
Station for Testing Agricultural Implements.
Meteorological Station.....................
Agricultural Experiment Station................
Agricultural Experiment and Control Station of
the University.
Division of Chemistry .....................
Division of Agriculture .....................
Division of Animal Physiology ..............
District Agricultural Field and Experiment Sta-
tion.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station ....

Agricultural Experiment Station of the Min-
istry of Agriculture of the Province of Schles-
wig-Holstein.
Agricultural Chemical Station.............
Dairy Station .............................
Feeding Stuffs Station ........................
Seed Control Station.............................
Dairy Experiment Station and Institute.........

Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Dairy Laboratory of the Agricultural Institute
of the University.
Agricultural Chemical Experiment and Seed
Control Station.
Agricultural Institute of the University........
Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Dairy Laboratory of the Central Dairy Station..
Royal Agricultural Experiment Station .........
Central Agricultural Experiment Station........
Experiment Station for Agricultural Physics
and Physiology.
Station for Scientific Brewing ..................
Agricultural Experiment Station ................
Experiment and Control Station ................
Experiment Station for Upper Lustatia..........
Agricultural Experiment Station of the Agricul-
tural Academy.
Institute of Animal Physiology of the Agricul-
tural Academy.
Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Dairy Institute..................................
Experiment Station for Plant Physiology........
Experiment Station...............................

Flax Culture Station of the Royal Prussian De-
partment of Commerce.
Agricultural Experiment Station ...............
Station for Plant Physiology and Seed Control..
Agricultural Experiment Station ..............
Forestry Experiment Station of the University..
Laboratories of the Royal Academy of Agricul-
ture and Brewing.
Division of Agriculture ....................
Division of Brewing ........................
Viticultural Experiment Station...............

Experiment Station ............................
Dairy Institute.................... ............
District Agricultural Experiment..............


Hamburg.............
.....do .................

.....do ...............
.....do.......... ........
Hamburg-Horn ........
Hameln, Prussia.......
Hildesheim, Prussia....
Hohenheim, Wirttem-
berg.
.....do.................
.....do..............
.....do .................
.....do ................
.....do ..............
Insterburg, Prussia.....
Jena, Saxe-Weimar.....
.....do .................
...do ...............
.....do ...............-.
Kaiserlautern, Bavaria.

Kempen-on-the-Rhine,
Prussia.
Kiel, Prussia...........

.....do .................
.....do....- ...........
....do..............
....do ................
Kleinhof-Tapiau,
Prussia.
Kinigsburg, Prussia....
.....do ................

K6slin, Prussia........

Leipsic, Saxony ........
Marburg, Prussia......
Mecklenburg-Schwerin
Mckers, Saxony.......
Munich ................
.....do .................

.....do..............
Miinster, Prussia........
Oldenburg-on-the-Main
Pommritz, Saxony......
Poppelsdorf, near Bonn.

.....do .................

Posen-Jersitz, Prussia...
Proskau, Prussia........
.....do .................
Rostock, Mecklenburg-
Schwerin.
Sorau, Wiirttemberg....

Speier, Bavaria.........
Tharand Saxony.......
Triesdori, Bavaria.....
Tiibingen, Wirttemberg
Weihenstephan,Bavaria
.....do .................
.....do ..................
Weinsberg, Wiirttem-
berg.
Wiesbaden, Prussia.....
Wreichen, Prussia......
Wtrzburg, Bavaria ....


Dr. Oscar Burcha4d.
Prof. Sadebeck.

Dr. A. Voigt.
Dr. C. Brick.
Dr. M.Ullmann.

Prof.P.Vieth.
Dr. C. Aumnan.
Ernst V. Strebel.
Prof. A. Morgen.
Prof. 0. Kirchner. ...
Prof. Paul Behrend.
Prof. Karl 1Frwrth.
Prof. Mack.
Dr. W. Hoffreiter.
Prof. H. Settegast.


Prof. Edler.
Dr. Kiinnemann.
Dr. Prowe.


Dr. Gottfr. Fiasbender.


Prof. A. Emmerling.
Prof. H. Weignana.
Dr. C.Reese.
Prof. H. Rodewald.
Dr. K. Hittoher.

Prof. G. Klien.
Prof. Alex. Backhaus.

Dr. P. Baesler.

Prof. Wilhelm Kirchner.
Prof. Th. Dietrich.
Johs.Siedel.
Prof. O. Kellner.
Prof. Franz Soxhlet.
Prof. C. Kraus.

Prof. J. KOnig.
Dr. P. Peterson.
Prof. G. Loges.
Prof. F. Kreusler.

Prof. Osc. Hagemann.
Dr. Gerlach.
Dr. J. Klein.
Prof. R. Stoll.
Prof.R Heinrich.

Alois Herzog.

Prof. A. Halenke.
Dr. F. Nobbe.
Prof. Ph. Schreiner.
Prof. T. von Lorey.

Dr. E. Wein.
Prof. Krandauer.
Dr.J. Behrens.

Prof. H. Fresenius.
Dr. H. Tlemann.
Dr. Th. Omeis.


GOLD COAST.


Botanic Station .................................. Aburi................... W. H. Johnson. .

-----_---------,----------------------------_


Director.


Location.


Station.







FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS. 93

GREAT BRITAIN.


Station. Location. Director.


ENGLAND.

Agricultural Experiment Station of the Royal Aspley Guise, R. S. 0., Dr.J. A. Voelcker.
Agricultural Society of England (Woburn Ex- Beds.
perimental Farm).
Bath and West and Southern Counties Society .. 4 Terrace Walk, Bath...I Sir C. T. D. Acland.
University Botanic Garden ...................... Cambridge ............. Prof. H. Marshall Ward.
Cambridge University& .......................... .....do.................. Prof. W. S merville.
Royal Veterinary College.................... Camden Town, London. Dr.J. MI. McFadyean.
Essex Technical Laboratories, Essex County Chelmsford............. David Houston
Council.
Royal Agricultural College and Farms.......... Cirencester............. Prof. E. Kinch.
Aynsome Experiment Station ................... Grange-over-Sands ..... J.S. Remington.
Rothamsted Agricultural Experiment Station... Harpenden............
Royal Gardens................................ Kew, London........... Sir W. T. Thiselton-Dyer.
Yorkshire Colleges .............................. Leeds.................. W. Haydon.
Durham College of Science and Farm .......... Newcastle-upon-Tyne .. H. (Gurney.
Botanical Department, Royal Agricultural So- Norwood .............. William Carruthers.
city of England.
University College' ............................. Nottingham ............I Prof. M. J. R. Dunstan.
University Botanic Garden ..................... Oxford ................. Prof.S. H. Vines.
Reading College' ............................... Reading ................ Prof. Douglas A. Gilchrist.
Woburn Experimental Fruit Farm .............. Woburn ................ Spencer Pickering.
Southeastern Agricultural College and Farm'... Wye, near Ashford, Prof. A. D. Hall.
Kent.
IRELAND.

SRoyal Dublin Society (carries on experiments Kildare Street, Dublin.. Rt. Hon. Lord Ardilavn.
on different selected estates).
Irish Agricultural Organization Society ........22 Lincoln Place, Dublin H. C. Sheringham.
Royal Botanic Gardens ......... .................. Glasnevin, Dublin...... F. W. Moore.
Trinity College Botanic Garden ................. Dublin ................. E. Perceval Wright.
SCOTLAND.

Agricultural Research Association .............. Glasterbury, Aberdeen Thomas Jamieson.
Experiment Station of the Highland and Agri- Pumpherston, Edin- Dr. A. P. Aitken.
cultural Society of Scotland. burgh.
Royal Botanic Garden .......................... Edinburgh ............. Isaac Bayley Balfour.
SThe West of Scotland Agricultural Collegec..... Glasgow and Kilmar- Prof. R. Patrick Wright.
nock.
Botanic Gardens................................ Glasgow ................ F.. Bower.
WALES.

University College of Wales..................... Aberystwyth .......... Prof. T. Parry.
University College of North Wales and Farm.... Bangor ................ Prof.Thomas Winter.


GUADELOUPE.

Agricultural Chemical Station................... ..................... Elot.


i, HUNGRY.

SStation. Location. Director.


I Plant Culture Experiment Station................ Altenburg............. SAndor Czerhti.
Experiment Station for Agricultural Implements .....do ................ Prof. V. Thallmayer.
I Public Station forSeed Control and Plant Physi- .....do .................. Prof. G. Linhart.
ology and Pathology.
1' Chemical Experiment Station .................. .....do ................ Prof. T. KosutAny.
j Entomological Station........................... Budapest ............... J6zsef Jablonowski.
SStation for Animal Physiology and Feeding .........do .................. Prof, F. Ferencz Tangl.
SCentral Seed Control Institution.....................do .................. Dr. Arpdd de Degen.
SChemical Experiment Station .....................do ................. Dr. L. Liebermann.
Chemical Experiment Station .................. Debreczen ............
Experiment Station for Tobacco Culture .............do .................. Prof. KAlmAn Ktrpely.
SChemical Experiment Station .................. Fiune ..................
Chemical Experiment Station ................. Kaschau................ Prof. Zsigmond Zalka.
Chemical Experiment Station ................. Keszthely .............. Jen Nyredy.
Chemical Experiment Station .................. Klausenburg ........... Prof. Fabinyi.
IChemical Experiment Station .................. Pressburg .............. Prof. J. Lucich
Central Station of Forestry ...................... Selmeczbanya..........

Through the agency of agricultural committees and other organizations conducts experiments in
different localities.
b Director's address, Harpenden, Herts.
SCollege at Glasgow, Dairy School and Experiment Station at Kilmarnock. Formerly the Glasgow
and West of Scotland Technical College.













Station. Location. Director.


Taj Garden ....................................
Botanic Garden.................................
Department of Agriculture....................
Botanic Garden................................
Botanic Garden................................
Municipal Garden ............................
Agri-Horticultural Society of India............
Botanic Gardens...............................
Maharajah's Garden............................
Lloyd Botanic Garden.........................
Dumraon Experimental Farm.................
Botanic Garden................................
Cawnpore Experimental Farm ................
Botanic Garden................................
Municipal Garden ...............................

Botanic Garden.................................

Botanic Garden.............................
Government Horticultural Garden............

Agri-Horticultural Society.....................
Botanic Garden ................................
Government Cinchona Plantation ..............
Experimental Farm ..........................

Horticultural Gardens of the Central Provinces.
Botanic Garden..............................
Government Cinchona Plantations.............
Burdwan Experimental Farm.................
Government Experimental Farm..............

Botanic Department of the College of Sciences..
Crop Experiments a...............................
Botanic Department, Northern India ..........

Botanic Gardens......... .......... ..........
Saidapet Experimental Farm.................

Crop Experiments in Assam ....................
Experiment Farm of the Civil Engineering Col-
lege.
Department of'Royal Botanic Gardens .........
Government Experimental Farm..............

Division of Experimental Cultivation ...........

Museum and Botanic Gardens ...................

Botanic Garden.................................


Agra, Northwest Prov-
inces and Oudh.
Allahabad, Northwest
Provinces and Oudh.
Bangalore, Mysore .....
.....do ..................
Baroda, Native States..
Bombay ..............
Calcutta, Bengal .......
Cawnpore, Northwest
Provinces and Oudh.
Darbhangah, Bengal...
Darrjeeling, Bengal.....
Dumraon, Bengal......
Ghorpuri, Bombay .....
Gotaiya, Northwest
Provinces and Oudh.
Gwalior, Native States.
Karachi, Bombay Presi-
dency.
Kumaon (Ramghur),
Northwest Provinces
and Oudb.
Lahore, Punjab .......
Lucknow, Northwest
Provinces and Oudh.
Madras................
Morvi, Native States ...
Mungpoo, Bengal......
Nagpur, Central Prov-
inces.
.....do .................
Ootacumund, Madras..
.....do.................
Pala, Bengal..........
Poona, Bombay Presi-
dency.
.....do ................
.....do .................
Saharanpur, Northwest
Provinces and Oudh.
.....do .................
SaidApet, Bombay Presi-
dency.
Shillong, Assam........
Sibpur, Bengal.........
.....do .................
Surat, Bombay Presi-
dency.
Taunggyi, Southern
Shan States.
Travancore (Trivand-
rum), Native States.
Udaipur, Native States.


A. E. P. Griessen.


H. J. Davies.


J. Cameron.
G. H. Krumbiegel.
C. D. Mahaluxmivala
P. Lancaster.
G. H. T. Meyer.
Herbert Thorn.
W. A. Kennedy.
D. L. Roy.
P.G.Kanitkar.
P. V. Subbiah.
C. Maries.


F. W. Seers.

H. G. Hein.
M. Ridley.

A. G. Bourne.
Joseph Beck.
D. Prain.
R. S. Joshi.

J. H. Stephen.
C. A. Barber.
W.M.Standen.
D. L. Roy.
J. W. Mollison.

G. A. Gammie.
J. W. Mollison.
J. F. Duthie.


W. Gollan.
W. Kees.


D. H. Lees.
N. G. Mukerji.
D. Prain.
J. W. Mollison.

A. H. Hildebrand.

H. S. Ferguson.

T. H. Storey.


ITALY.


(Enological Station ..............................
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory ............
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory ............
Entomological Station .........................

Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station.....
Experiment Station for Cheese Making..........
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station ....
Sericultural Station.............................
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Cryptogamic Laboratory.........................
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory .............
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory .............
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory .............
Royal Agricultural High School.................
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory ..........
Experiment Station for Vegetable Pathology....
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory ............
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory .............
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....


Asti ..................
Bologna ................
Caserta ................
19 Via Romano, Flor-
ence.
Forli .................
Lodi..................
Milan .................
Modena ...............
Padua.................
Palermo ...............
Pavia..................
Perugia................
Pesaro.................
Pisa ...................
Portici.................
.....do.................
Rome..................
.....do ..................
Scandicci..............
Siena..................
Turin..................
Udine .................


Prof. Ad. Casali.
Prof. E. Cassoria.
Prof. Adolfo Targioni Toa-
zetti.
Prof. Aless. Pasqualini.
Prof. Carlo Besana.
Prof. A. Menozzi.'
Prof. Gino Cugini.
Prof. Enrico Verson.
Prof. A. Borntriger.
Prof. Giov. Briosi.
Prof. Gius Bellucci.
Prof. F. Duprd.
Prof. Fausto Sestini.
Prof. S. B. Baldassarre.
Italo Giglioli.
Prof. G. Cuboni.
Prof. Emanuel Paterno.
Napoleon Passerini.
Prof. C. Giannetti.
Dr. M. Zecchini.
Prof. G. Nallino


SCultural experiments and variety tests are conducted in many different places throughout the::
province.








95


FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

IVORY COAST.


Station. Location. Director.


Experiment Station ............................. Dabou .................. Teissonnier.


JAPAN.

Yamagata Agricultural Experiment Station..... Iligashi Yamagatagun,
I Iwashiro.
Sericultural Institution............................. Kinngsa, near Koto .. G. astnaga.
Niigata Agricultural Experiment Station ....... Nagooka, Niigata....... T. Tanaka.
Totyo Sericultural Institution ................... Nishigahara, near Tok- Dr. J. Sawano.
Central Agricultural Experiment Station ....... do .................. Do.
Tokai Branch Station........................ Anjornura, Aichi ....... K.Obata.
Sanio Branch Station........................ Gionmura, Hiroshimra .. Dr.S.Shinjo.
Rikuu Branch Station ....................... Hanadatemira, Akita .. Dr. T. ()ndia.
Kyushyu Branch Station .................... Idzumimura,Kumaino- Dr. Y. (Otzika.
to.
Sanyin Branch Station ...................... Imaichi, Shimane ......- Dr. T. Yamanaka.
Shikoku Branch Station..................... Kanom.vomura, Toku-
shima.
Kinai Branch Station........................ Kashiwabarn. Osaka.... Dr. K.( kida.
Hokuriku Branch Station ................... Matsutomachi, Ishika- Dr. Y. Kagami.
wa.
Too Branch Station ......................... Magasakimura. Miyagi. Dr. K. Ushimura.
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory of the Agri- Sapporo ................ Dr. T. Yshii.
cultural Academy.
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory of the Agri- Komaba, Tokyo ........ Prof K. Bieler.
cultural Institute of the Imperial University.


JAVA.

Botanic Station, ................................. Buitenzorg ............. Dr. M. Treub.
West Java Sugar Cane Experiment Station...... -- Kagok," Pekalongan.. H. C. Pri n en-Geerligs.
Experiment Station for Indigo .................. Klatten................. J.J. Hazewinkel.
East Java Sugar Cane Experiment Station ...... Pasoeroean ............. J. D. Kobus.


KONGO FREE STATE.

Botanical Garden and Experiment Station...... Coquithaiville..........


LAGOS.

Botanic Station ................................ ................... .......


MADAGASCAR.

Experiment Stations..... ............................................... Prudhomme.
Agricultural Experiment Station................ Nahanisana, n e a r Fauchbre.
Tananarivo.


MALAY STATES.

Experimental Plantation..... ..................... .............. Stanley Arden.
Government Gardens and Plantations........... Perak (Taiping)........ Robert Derry.


MALTA.

Sant' Antonio Gardens .......................... .......................... John Borg.
Argotti Botanic Garden......................... .:............. ........ Dr. Francesco Debono.


MARTINIQUE.

Botanic Garden.................................. Saint Pierre ........... Nollet.


*This institution has ten divisions for experimental work, including those for investigations on
agricultural chemistry, coffee, tea, tobacco, etc.













Station. Location. Dfeotor.


Botanic Gardens................................. Curepipe ............... F.Bijoux. i
Department of Forests and Botanic Gardens .... Pamplemousees ........ J. Vankeirabilck.
Agricultural Station...........................R. Rduit.................. P.BonAme.
Botanic Gardens ................................ .....do .................. W. A. Kennedy.


NATAL.

Botanc-Gadens--------------------Duran-----------ohn-MdleyWood
Botanic Gardens................................ Durban................ John Medley Wood.
Botanic Garden.................................. Pietermaritzburg....... G. Mitchell.


NETHERLANDS.

Association for Establishing and Maintaining Aalsmeer..............
an Experiment Garden.
Willie Commelin Scholten Laboratory of Vege- Amsterdam .......... J. Ritzema Boe.
table Pathology.
Association "The Experiment Garden" ........ Boskoop... .............
Government Agricultural Experiment Station.. Goes................... Dr. A. J. Swaying.
Government Agricultural Experiment Station .. Groningen ............ Dr. B. Sjollema.
Horticultural Experiment Field of the Gron- ....do..................
ingen Horticultural Society.
Experimental Garden of the Groningen Division .- do .................
of the Netherlands Society for Horticulture
and Botany.
Government Agricultural Experiment Station .. Hoorn ................. Dr. K.H.M.VanderZmada.
Experimental Field of the Friesian Horticul- Leeuwarden............ J. Postma.
tural Society.
Government Agricultural Experiment Station .. Maastricht ............. Dr. J. J. L. Van Rijn.
Limburg Experimental Gardens........... ........ .do................ Snellen.
Experimental Field.............................. Niew-Buinen........... FSchuurman.
Experimental Field............................. Sappeneer .............. G. Veenhuizan.
Propagating Field of the Friesian Agricultural Suameer................ K. L. DeVries.
Company.
Union for Establishing and Maintaining the Tiel..................... H.N.S.C.Van der Sijp.
Pomological Garden.
Central Agricultural Experiment Station ....... Wageningen........... Prof. Adolph Mayer.
Government Seed Control Station .................. do .....o............... F..Bruining, Jr.
Experiment Field of the Girard Adriaan Van Willemsoord........... A.A.Neeb.
Swieten Agricultural School.


NEW ZEALAND.


Colonial Botanic Garden........................
Colonial Botanic Garden........................
Colonial Botanic Garden.......................
Colonial Botanic Garden........................
Canterbury Agricultural College ..............
Colonial Botanic Garden........................
Experimental Station .................. ........
Momohaki Experimental Station ...............
Colonial Botanic Garden.........................
New Zealand Department of Agriculture .......
Experimental Station..... ......................


Auckland ..............
Christchurch...........
Dunedin...............
Invercargill ............
Lincoln .............
Napier ...............
Wairangi ..............
Waverly ..............
Wellington .............
.....do ..................
Weraroa ................


William Goldie.
Ambrose Taylor.
J. McBean.
Thomas Waugh.
William Lowrie.
W. Barton.
E. Clifton.
F. Gillanders.
G. Gibb.
T.Y Duncan.
G. Ros.


NORWAY.


Experiment Station of the Agricultural High
School.
Chemical Laboratory of the Agricultural High
School.
Milk Control Station ...........................
Veterinary Pathological Institute and Animal
Vaccine Institute.
Agricultural Chemical Control Station..........
Seed Control Station...........................
Milk Control Station............................
Seed Control Station............................
Entomological Laboratory......................
Agricultural Chemical Control Station .........
Seed Control Station............................
Milk Control Station............................


Ass.................I Bastian R. Larsen.


.....do ..................


J. Sebelien.


Bergen ................. H. Lundgaard.
Christiania............. Dr. 0. Malm.


.....do...................
.....do.................
.....do..................
Hamar ................
Nordstrand, near
Christiania.
Trondhjem............
.....do..................
.....do ..................


Sigmund Hals.
Miss C. Steen.
H. Olsen.
Jon Reid.
Wilhelm M. Schoyen.
Dr. E. Solberg.
K. Sch0yen.
Th. Soelberg.


*The New Zealand Department of Agriculture conducts numerous experiments on leased land Id
different parts of the island.
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FOREIGN EXPERIMENT STATIONS.


97


PARAGUAY.


Station. Location. Director.


School of Agriculture and Model Farm.......... Asunci6n............... Moises S. Bertoni.


PORTUGAL.

Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station...... Lisbon.................. Ramiro Larcher MarVal.
Laboratory of Vegetable Pathology ............. .....do..................
Agricultural Experiment Station ............... Mirandella.............
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station...... Oporto................. Palma de Valhena.


REUNION.

Botanic Garden................................. St. Denis................E. Grimley.


ROUMANIA.

Agricultural Experiment Station ............... Bucharest ............. Cornelius Roman.
Chemical Laboratory and Experiment Station .....do ................. Dr. Maximilian Popovici.
for Tobacco Culture.
Zootechnical Institute.................................do ................. A. J. Locusteanu.
Experiment Field for Forage Plants and Irriga- Constante ............ Cornelius Roman.
tion Experiments.


RUSSIA.


Agricultural Chemical and Seed Control Station.
Nursery of Grapevines...........................
Nursery for Olive Trees......................... I
Bogar Experiment Fields a ......................
Laboratory of the Bureau of Fish and Seal In-
dustries.
Experiment Field .............................
Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Vuisokolitovsk Experiment Field ..............
Experiment Field...............................
Experiment Field of the Kharkov Society for
Agriculture and Agricultural Industries.
Agricultural Experiment Station ................
Uyutnoe Experiment Field......................
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station .....
Experiment Field..............................
Experiment Field of the Eletz Agricultural
Society.
Agricultural Experiment Station ..............
Experiment Field ...............................
Experiment Station of the Gorki Agricultural
School.
Flax Culture Station........................
Agricultural and Commercial Chemical Labo-
ratory.
Experiment Cotton Field .......................
SBacteriological Station of the Kazan Veterinary
Institute.
Experiment Field...............................
Experiment Field..............................
Bacteriological Station of the Kharhov Veteri-
nary Institute.
Experiment Station of the Kharkov Agricul-
tural School.
Experiment Field.......................................
Experiment Forest on the Watershed between
the Volga and the Don.
Seed Control Station and Chemical Laboratory
of the South Russian Society for Promoting
Agriculture and Rural Industries.


Abo, Finland..........
Aleshki, Govt. Taurida .
Artvina,Govt. Kutais..
Govt. Askhabad, Trans-
Caspian Region.
Astrakhan .............
Bodrowiz, Govt. Kiev...
Near Bogodukhov, Govt.
Kharkov.
Brest, Govt. Gradno ....
Buguruslan, Govt. Sa-
mara.
Byelgorod, Govt. Kursk.-
Choinowo, Poland......
Dmitriev, Govt. Kursk..
Dorogobush,Govt.Smo- i
lensk.
Elabug, Govt. Vyatka..
Eletz, Govt. Orel.......
Near Garvolonsk, Govt.
Syedletz, Poland.
Glazov, Govt. Vyatka...
Gorki, Govt. Mogilev ..
Gorodishche, Go v t.
Kostroma.
Helsingfors, Finland ...
Karayazi, Govt. Tiflis,
Caucasus.
Kazan.................
Khabarovsk, Go v t.
Maritime, Siberia.
Khakanovsk, Govt.
Terek, Caucasus.
Kharkov .............
.....do .... .............
Kherson..............
Khryenov, Govt. Voro-
nezh.
Kiev.................


Daniel Langerl5f.





K.J. Dennissenko.


Teitel.


Dr. Casimir Rog6yski.
R. A. Djakonow.







Kornev.


N. P. Taratinov.


Gagin.
Kartzov.


*Fields established on the mountain sides for experiments with cereals without irrigation.

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Seed Control Station of the Kiev Society of
Agriculture and Agricultural Industry.
Technical Laboratory of the Kiev, Section of
the Russian Technical Society.
Experiment Station of the Bessarabian School
of Wine Making.
Experiment Field .......................
Buzov Experiment Field .....................
Buzinovsk Nursery of Grapevines.............


Experiment Field .............................
Experiment Cotton Field ......................
Sakarsk Nursery of American Vines............
Askhabad Experiment Cotton Field............

Station for Seed Selection and Experiment
Field of the Pilskovo Beet Sugar Factory.
Experiment Tobacco Plantation ...............
Experiment Field for Oil-Bearing Plants........
Agricultural Experiment Station ...............
Experiment Field of the Northern Agricultural
Society.
Kluchi Experiment Field .......................
Signakh Experiment Tobacco Plantation.......
Agricultural Experiment Station................
Experiment Cotton Field........................
Experiment Field of the Courland Economic
Society.
Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Experiment Station of the Moscow Agricultural
Institute.
Bacteriological Agricultural Station ............
Biological Laboratory of the Moscow Agricul-
tural School.
Experiment Field .................................

Experiment Station of the Agricultural and
Dairy Institute.
Expenment Vineyard of the Nicolaev Section of
the Imperial Russian Society of Horticulture.
Experiment Station of the Maria Agricultural
School.
Churakov Experiment Field ....................
Experiment Farm of the Novo-Alexandrian In-
stitute of Agriculture and Forestry.
Experiment Field .............................
Experiment Garden Farm......................

Shatilov Agricultural Experiment Station.......
Experiment Field ................................
Experiment Field .............................
Experiment Field ..............................
Experiment Field .............................
Experiment Field of the Moscow Agricultural
Institute.
Agricultural Experiment Station..............
Experiment Field .................................
Flax Culture Station ..........................
Agricultural Chemical Experiment and Seed
Testing Station of the Polytechnic Institute.
Experiment Farm of the Riga Polytechnic In-
stitute.
Koreisubansk Nursery of American Vines.......
Seed Testing Station of the Imperial Botanical
Garden.
Agricultural Bacteriological Laboratory of the
Ministry of Agriculture and Imperial Domains.
Ichthyological Laboratory of the Nikolsk Ich-
thyological Works.
Agricultural Chemical Laboratory of the De-
partment of Agriculture.
Experiment Field ............... ..........
Station for Systematic Selection of Beet Seed ...
Agricultural Chemical Experiment Station.....


Kiev.................... J.BardLlevakl.
.....do..................


.
.
.


N.G. Kotelnikov.


P. M. Lomoneov.
J. J. Sokhotki



Enfiadzianeta


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Kishinev, Govt. Bessa-
rabia.
Klin ................ ..
Kotelnich, Govt.Vystka
Kuchurgan, Govt.
Kherson.
Kun ra, Govt. Perm...
Kutais, Caucasus.......
Kvirila, Govt. Kutais ...
Kyoshi, Trans-Caspian
Region.
Lipovetz, Govt. Kiev....
Lokhvitza,Govt. Poltava
.....do .................
Luga, Govt. St. Peters-
burg.
Lynban, Govt. Nov-
gorod.
Malmyzh, Govt. Vyatka
Matnaari, Govt. Tiflis,
Caucasus.
Medtzi, Govt. Volhynia.
Merv, Trans-Caspian
Region.
Mitava, Govt. Courland.
Mogilev, Govt. Podolsk.
Moscow ...............
.....do .................
.....do.... ............
Murashkino, Govt.
Nijhni, Novgorod.
Mustiala, Finland .....
Nicolaev, Govt. Kher-
son.
Nikolaevskoe, Govt.
Saratov.
Nolinsk, Govt. Vyatka..
Novo-Alexandria,Govt.
Lublin.
Novocherkassk, Govt.
Don.
Novoe-Selo, Govt. Yaro-
slav.
Near Novosil, Govt.
Tula.
Odessa, Govt. Kherson..
Omsk, Govt. Akmolinsk,
Siberia.
Orlov, Govt. Vyatka ....
Osi ..................
Petrovsk o-Razumov-
skoe, Govt. Moscow.
Ploti, Govt. Podolak ....
Poltava................
Porkhov, Govt. Pskov ..
Riga, Govt. Livonia.....
.....do ................
Sadzahvaakho, G ov t.
Kutais.
St. Petersburg .........
.....do .................
.....do..............
.....do.................

Samara...............
Smyela, Govt. Kiev.....
Sobieszyn, near Ivan-
gorod, Poland.


S. Severin.

E. F. Garliteki.
Dr. Gista Groteuf*t.





Prof. P. V. Budrin.


M. A. Oshannin.
G. Nefedof.
V. G. Rotmistrov.
Prince Kudashev.


R. W. Williams.
S. Schusev.
V. N. Dyakov.
Myasnikov.
Prof. Geo. Thoms




J. G. Klinge.
A. Theoktiatov.


Professor Kassovitoh.


A.SempolyaUki.




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