Organization lists of the agricultural experiment stations and institutions with courses in agriculture in the United States

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Agr., Agriculture, Agriculturist, Agricul-
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Anal., Analytical.
Anal., Anatomy.
Arbor., Arboriculture, Arboriculturist.
Assoc., Associate.
Asst., Assistant.
Astron., Astronomy.
Badt., Bacteriology, Bacteriologist.
Biol., Biology, Biologist, Biological.
Bot., Botany, Botanist, Botanical.
Chair., Chairman.
Chem., Chemist, Chemistry, Chemical.
Dept., Department.
Dir., Director.
Econ., Economy, Economic.
Elect., Electrical, Electricity.
Engin., Engineer, Engineering.
Enat., Entomology, Entomologist.
Expt., Experiment.
For., Forestry.
Geol., Geology, Geologist, Geological.
Got., Governor.
Hist., History.
Hort., Horticulture, Horticulturist.
Instr., Instructor.
Irrig., Irrigatidn.
Lab., Laboratory.


Lib., Librarian.
Lit., Literature.
Math., Mathematics.
Meek., Mechanics, Mechanical....
Met., Meteorology, Meteorologist i'tI
Mil., Military. ;:"
Mis., Mineralogy, Mineralogist. ...
Myc., Mycologist. .....
Phys., Physics, Physicist, PhySicaL::"ijF4..
Physiol., Physiology, Physiologieal|
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Polit., Political.
Prep., Preparatory. ''il
Pres., President. .
Prin., Principal. .....I....:" ,
Psych., Psychology.
Rhet., Rhetoric.
Sci., Science..:
See., Secretary. .:.::
Sta., Station. .i
Sten., Stenographer, Stenography. '.;:....'.
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ARIZONA.

..."S a Upeamat S0tation of the Unvzlwity of Arisona.f Tloe.

J :.Department of the University of Arizona.
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se I-of bssmts: Enohister Ford (Pro.), T7en; Herbert Tenney (Se.), Tamw;
p441L]a Faklin (frem.), Tunem; lev. Howard Bllman, Tueon; Chas. M. Bruce,
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kthe Unsiwoty md of te BeStle CsoseU.
R. J. Ferguwn, Matdiet
Clum. D. Poton, Faor m S"a,.,F PiMs.
F. J. Nehbertoa, Owner Siieta., MHe
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W. H. Langbford, Little Rock; B. C. Black, Searcy.


STATION STAFF.


J. L. Buchanan, LL. D., President of the University.
R. L. Bennett, B. S., Dir. and Agr. G. B. Irby, B. A., Asst. Agr.


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reo. L. Teller, M. S., Chem. port. .".. .....'9.
L R. Dinwiddie, V. S., Vet. C. L. Newman, B. S., Asst. Agr.
. T. Stinson, B. S., Hord. Camden. : ,:-S
. F. Moore, B. S., Asst. Chem. and Lib. / : ::

CALIFORNIA.'.'
::Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of CaliforniaBer.
Agricultural B.xperiment Station of the University of California, BE fe:. :


Department of the University of California. .'.

GOVERNING BOARD. -:::.*.......

The Regents of the University: Gov. James H. Budd (Pres.), Sacramento; J.. I
C. Bont6 (Sec.), Berkeley; Louis Sloss (Treas.), 310 Sansomie St., San Francisco; e! .:
Millard, Los Angeles; John C. Lynch, San Bernardino; Samuel T. Black, San BRc!:::j
ventura; C. M. Chase, San Francisco; Andrew S. Hallidie, 511 Market St., San JFt:ct-
cisco; JLas. A. Waymire, Alameda; Charles W. Slack, New City Hall, San "ui .... ho '
Chester Rowell, Fresno; T. G. Phelps, Belmont; Columbus Bartlett, 530 CW iQjor ;M:.
St., San Francisco; G. T. Marye, jr., 234 Montgomery St., San Francisco; J.
Martin, Union Savings Bank, Oakland; G. J. Ainsworth, Redondo; H. S, Foote, U..I:1i
Building, San Francisco; I. W. Hellman, Nerada Bank, San Francisco; W. T. W allceai|:j
799 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco; C. F. Crocker, Cor. Montgomery and Maret. 8.I:i
San Francisco; J. F. Houghton, 303 California St., San Flrancisco; ArthurRodgon!p;i.
309 Montgomnery.St., San Francisco; Albert Miller, 632 California St., San Francisco,:::|
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Martin Kellogg, M. A., LL. D., President of the University. ..
E. W. Hilgard, Pa. D., LL.D., Dir., Geol., M. E. Jaffa, PH. B., e1st Asst. Chen. in r-A''
and Chem. Lab. .,
E. J. Wickson, M. A., Supt. Agr.Grounds. A, P. Hayne, PH. B., Asst. in Charge of 'VaI.
E. L. Greene, Pu. B., Bot. and Olive Culture. .M,8
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R. H. Loughridge, Pn. )., Agr. Geol. and Geo. E. Colby, PH. B., Asst.Chem. Vits.a.b. :,
Agr. Chemnt. C. H. Shinn, B.A., Inspector Stations. '"!
C. W. Woodworth, M. S., Ent. Emil Kellner, Foreman Grounds. ,
F. T. Bioletti, Foreman Cellar. "..:...
A. V. Stubenrauch, Clerk to Dir. '

OUTLYING STATIONS. ".':i
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Southern Coast Range Station, R. W. Putnam, Patron, Paso Robles; W. H. Tysonig
Foreman, Paso Robles. -
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San Joaquin Valley Station, A. J. Pillsbury, Patron, Talare; Julius Forrer, PoArin-
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Sierra Foothill Station, R. C.Rust, Patron, Xacksonr Geo. Hansen, Foreman, 7JGelUS!i^t


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COLORADO.


Adicuta xperimnt tation, bri Co ll.

DeprtaA df the State Agrioultural College of Colorado.


GOVIRNING BOARD.


WIfSwd af Agriulture: A. L. Emigh (Pre.), Fort CollinU; A. L. Kellogg, Lockry
; 5-- L. UChatfeld, GOpsm; J. S. MoC1elland, Fort Colliu; James E. DuBois,
| yi tbe; JobaiJ. Ryan, Lowedad; Alva Adams, Pelo; Mrs. John L. Routt,
Am Albert W. Melatir. Dewr; Alton Ellis, Fort Colliu.
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STATION SBTAF.


AM=b 5=6, M. A., Pa. D., LL. D., President of the College and Director.
r, Ombs B. &, M. A., Ap. Charles J. Ryan, AJst. CAem..
. Cudafl M 8., Bet. aud Herr. M. J. Huffington, Aut. Short.
Ef'61.ddB, A., Pa. D., CAm. B. E. Trimble, B. S., MJt. Met. and Irrig.
,9 Carpetr, .L S., Met. and Irrig. Esgi.
hC. F. Baker, B. S., Ausst. Zool. and Eat.
Ot p. Gillette, M. 8., Bt. D. W. Working, B. S., Sec.
t. WatursI, JeAt. Apr. L. M. Taylor, B. 8., Stem.
J. H. oMeCleliand, 8upt. Difide Sbeta., Mon ument.
Ohn. A. Duncan, ptS. Am Luatb Valley 8bsta., Monte Vrita.
Fal A. Huntley, B. 8. A., ASp. Arkausas Valley Substa., Rocky Ford.
J. B. Robertw, Rapt. Rsis Bell Sbtak., Cheygease Wells.


CONNECTICUT.


S The Comneotoit Agricultural Experlment Station, yew Haven.

GOVERNING BOARD.
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Ub ii"iJf:. orid of Control: Gow. 0. V. Coffin (Proe.), Hartford; W. H. Brewer (Seeo
,if:. :w.), iw Hawen; 8. W. John, ;Nev Harem; E. H. Hyde, Staord; W. 0.
A:twa.. A r, Mldfdfetows; Edwin Hoyt, Vew Canias; J. H. Webb, Hamden; T. 8. Gold,
Wad oe A nil.


STATION STAFF.


tiane W. Joh .IL, A., Dir.
I. H. Jeokims, Pu. D., V. DMr. ad Cka..
U. I. WlAte, Jr., PH. B., Cam.
IL 0.oW. nse, Pa. D, -Chm.
L .m odJimnP&i., ciam
imsr-F. CmpbelU, P. I., 9. A., C* m.
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W. E. Britton, B. 8., Hort.
MIm C. 8. Oren, Lib. and Clerk.
Charlem J. Rice, in Charge Buildifes and
Groods.
Hugo Lange, Lab. A Mut.
Julius Koru, Lab. Ant.
J. B. Olest, OeGr A.en.


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Cornwall; 11i. C. Miles (Treas.), Mlufora; Ji. 1. yae, 5tafora; w. E,.a......
ford; J. M.Hubbard, Middletown; J. H. Hale, SouthI Glastonbury; '
Stafford; S. W. Johnson, New Haven.
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B. F. Koons, PH. D., President of the College.
W. 0. Atwa~ter,PH.D.,Dir. (Middletouwn.) C. S. Phelps, B. S., Agr. ,
C. D. Woods, B. S., V. Dir. and Chem. S. H. Buell, Asst. in Farm kEy ,|
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DELAWARE. .. ::
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The Delaware College Agricultural Experiment Station, tvewvark:, '
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Department of Delaware College. ....
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GOUVEKNNIk BOARD.


The Trustees-Advisory Committee: J. A. Fulton, Dover; Chas. C. Stocklhy
Georgetown; Jno. C. Higgins, Delaware City; David J. Murphey, Newark; Jag-
Hossinger, Newark; W. F. Causey, Milford; Manlove Hayes, Dover. ,.,,


STATION STAFF.


A. N. Raub, PH. D., President of the College.
Arthur T. Neale, PH. D., Dir. M. H. Beckwith, Hort. and
F. D. Chester, M. S., Myc. C. L. Penny, M. A., Chem.
W. H. Bishop, B. S., Met.


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Agricultural Experiment Station of rlorida, Lake City. -:

Department of Florida State Agricultural College. :
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Board of Trustees: Walter Gwynn (Pre8.), Sanfotd; A. B. Hagan (Seo8), LsfeG W. D. Chipley, Pensacola; F. E. Harris, Ocala; S. Stringer, Brookstille; 8. J. Tuir
bull, Monticello; C. F. A. Bielby, Deland. ...:..i
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0. Clute, M. S., LL. D., President of the College and Director. 1
P. H. Rolfs, M. S., Hort. and Biol. C. A. Finley, Clerk. :,;i
A. A. Persons, M. S., Ciemnt. W. A. Marsh, Supt. Sbsta., Fort Myw 2 i
A. L. Quaintance, M. S., Asst. in Biol. J. T. Stubbs, Supt. Substa., De o $
H. K. Miller, M. S., Asst. in Chem. Springs.
John F. Mitchell, Foreman of Farm. -"
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1 Telegraph address, Storrs via Willimantic; railroad station, express, and freight address, JiramNiipW
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OheMon: IL T. Xt*WU (Pro.), Aaaaft; J. K Park, Jr. (&L **4 Trel
W. X Dow, JOAm TL 0. W'ki* Aam; James H. Erams, Halryon",e;
Lowy; Wfight Brady,, Aswimm; J. H. Mobley, Howilko, A. J. Smith,
TWlor, Pqw P*q -felix Corput Qw Spring; J. N. Twitty, Gainse-
# V. Warm, Juguak; Bw Milikent Jaup.
IrrATION STA".

H. 0. Whi taill, C. li.t PiL D.p ProWent of W colle".
Ahmis mr. H. N. Starnes, Hert.
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Vk%% C. E.0 ft. Dir..lsl J. M. gimbrough', Aor.
H. J. Wing, Dai"as.

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Staum
of the Univerdty, of Idaltoll, Movook.

Department of the University of Idaho.
GOVZRMn[NG BOARD.

ot Rdgewb: L C. ffsik"ugh (Pw-), Masom; C. W. Shal LewWos, W.
A9kbc(8i0&)v Moo*; IL S. Browne (21reas.), Notcow; John F. Allshie, Grange-
IL C,40ftq Caidw1l; A. J. Crook, Clayton; A. A. Crane, Harrill
bmde* BAW HOWY H. Hoff, Afentpolior.

STATION ST"F.

mkft B. GaWk M. S-t Praidmi of Ike Univenity.
N** AGS Difir. LoWs F. Henderson, M. A.? Bot.
C. &I M. A.* 1"ip. Z"in. J. X Aldri* Eut.
Ohm W. Neewmays, D. 8C.F.Chm. J. E. Banebright, Met.
# John Norwoolik A"t. Dir. Substa., GrangMile.
W. F. Ombs Ant. Dir. Substa., Idako Falls.
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TOT. Rudel AsK Dir. Suhta. Nampa.

ILLINOIS,

Btatb= of the Univendty of Z"zoial Urlwaa. t

uparimicut of the university of njisou.

GOVZAXI" BOA".

SmA of Tm6m of &a tlveWty-Board of Dhwticu: Thol J. Bun4ll
V048i IL IL Cbadwt Z. A. RWt AUou; 1. S. Raymond,
PAWwV X IL Xpnmu, 00p; H. B. Gavial DW",: Stepbm A. Furbesp Urbana;


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Agricultural Experiment Station of Indiana, Lafayette. : .

Department of Purdue University.
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GOVERNING BOARD.
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Board of Trustees: Charles B. Stuart (Pres.), Lafayette; E. A. Ellswortk l_
Lafayette; J. M. Fowler (Treas.), Lafayette; William A. Banks, Laport; Byli'.
Johnson, Irvington; D. E. Beem, Spencer; J. N. Davidson, Whitesville; Jb I
Natta, Battle Ground. :..::.:.!

STATION STAFF. Y ,

James H. Smart, M. A., LL. D., President of ihe University. .i..i
Charles S. Plumb, B. S., Dir. Joseph C. Arthur, D. Sc., Bot. .,.l.,.
William C. Latta, M. S., Agr. A. W. Bitting, B. S., VetF, ..'
James Troop, M. S., Hort. William Stuart, B. S,, Asst, Bt., ,
Henry A. Huston, M. A., A. C., Chew. Jesse M. Barrett, B. S., Asst. Chem,.........., .
Geo. R. Ives, B. S., Anst. Agr. -..ii
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Iowa Agricultural Experiment Station, Ames. ...........
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Department of Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. .:'"
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GOVERNING BOARD. ..',

Board of Trustees: W. 0. McElroy (Chair.), Newton; E. W. Stanton (Sec.), A e;i'
Herman Knapp (Treas.), Amnes; C. F. Saylor, Des Moines; J. H. Wood, Atlantic;O: 1 .... W"i
Dunbar, Maquoketa; Hamilton Smith, Fairfield; J. S. Jones, Manchester;,Ad4h1
Schermerhorn, Charle.s City; A. B. Shaw, Corning; J. B. Hungerford, Carroell A ri
Stout, Parkersburg ; A. F. Meservey, Cherokee. ....:
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W. M. Btardshear, A. M., LL. D., President of the College. "
James Wilson, Dir. M. Stalker, M. S., V. S., Vet. '
C. F. Curtiss, B. S. A., Asst. Dir. W. B. Niles, D. V. M., Ast. Vet. .., ,...":i
J. B. Weiems, B. S., PH. D., Agr. Chem. G. L. McKay, Instr. in Dairying. -, ..i
L. H. Pammel, B. AGR., M. S., Bot. N. E. Hansen, B. S., Ast. Hort. iS
Herbert Osborn, M. S., Ent. W. H. Heileman, B. S., Asst. Chew. "li
J. L. Budd, M. H., Hort. C. W. Mally, B. S., Asst. Ent. :.

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liy Dr. "i. J. BSpurr, freidaLe; D. H. James, Leington ; R. A. Spurr, Pine Grore;
lSI& E ddiHd, Ernde; J.K. Patterson, Leingtons; M. A. Scovell, Lerington.

... STATION STAFF.

liiilll;Jamnes K. Patterson, PH. D., Preident of the College.
i. A. SeWOre, M. 8., Dir.; Chem. 8. E. Bennett, D. V. M., Vet.
;AXN.M Paer, M. C, Cma. C. W. Mathews, B. 8., Hort.
. B. Cards, M. ., Cbs. A. T. Jordan, Asat. Sort.
t amMB. Ent. and Bi. Alice M. Shelby, Stei.
.LaTWill, B. 8., Ast. Est. sa Boe. T. 8. Hawkins, Foreman Farm.

SlLOUISIANA.

diif Lo. 1. ar Ui-pedment Station, Amdhb.on Park, Yew Orleans.
i No. t Stats experiment Station, Baton Remo&
SNo. 8. .Noarth l Bp aat Station Calokm.

Pflpartmeimti Lo(eomta Staot Uuatvnity and Agricultural and Mechanieal College.

GO VERSING BOARD.

3 at Aphahtma Gov.t Murphy J. Foster ( DA"w.), A Roeu; H. Skolfield
("W" MIfla Sap: A V. Gavrnt, BaW. hag; William Garig, Bato nRuge.



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win. u. SubDDs, MV. A.1 PH. u.,
T. P. Hutchinson, Asst. Dir.
Walter Maxwell, PH. D., Chem.
J. L. Beeson, PH. D, Chem.


Lfitr. JE; i. BIVIUs, JHT.,.A. i m.
R. T. Burwell, M.E., Maeisht
T. C. Glynn, Sugar Maker.
E. G. Clarke, Frrt.Masager,, .:'
Jas. K. McHugh, See. .-


State Experiment Station, Baton Rouge.


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Wm. C. Stubbs, M. A., PH. D., Dir.
D. N. Barrow, B. S., Anst. Dir.
Charles E. Coates,jr., PH. D., Chem.
R. E. Blouin, B. S., Anst. Chem.
W. W. Clendennin, M. S., M. A., Geol.


North Louisiana Experii


W. R. Dodson, M. A., Bot. and ..
S. B. Staples, B. S., D. V.S., t..
H. A. Morgan, B. S. A., Ent. ::
F. H. Burnette, Hort. -:: ::l
W. B. Mercier, Farm Manager.
.ent StIttion, Cal.o:n.:::.:
mnent Station, Calhoun. -Il"


Win. C. Stubbs, M. A., PH. D., Dir. Maurice Bird, B. S., Chemn. :
Jordan G. Lee, B. S., Asst. Dir. Those. I. Watson, Farm Manager. :: ,
Eugene J. Watson, In Charge of Stock.'.;!.

MAINE. .......
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Maine State College Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono. 1

Department of Maine State College. ......... .

GOVERNING BOARD. ::::::
BA OTUTSFHCLG...
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Station Council: A. W. Harris (Pres.), Orono; Whitman H. Jordan (Se.),
Rutillus Alden, Winthrop; B. F. Briggs, Auburn; Arthur L. Moore, Limerietk
Harvey, Orono; F. L. Russell, Orono; W. M. Munson, Orono; B. W. MeKeen,
burg; C. S. Pbpe, Manchester; 0. 0. Crosby, Albion.


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A. W. Harris, M. A., PH. D., President of the College.
Whitman H. Jordan, M. S., Dir. W. M. Munson, M. S., Hort.
F. L. Harvey, PH. D., Bot. and Ent. H. P. Gould, Anst. Hort.
F. L. Russell, B. S., V. S., Vet. G. H. Hall, Met. Observer.
J. M. Bartlett, M. S., Chem. A. M. Shaw, Foreman Farm.
L. H. Merrill, B. S., Chem. Mrs. J. Hamlin Waitt, Sten. and


MARYLAND.


Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, College Park.


Department of Maryland Agricultural College.


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GOVERNING BOARD.


Board of Trustees-Advisory Committee: Gov. Frank Brown (Pres.), A
Marion De Kalb Smith, Che9tertoion; Spencer C. Jones, Roekville; David
Clear Spring; Clayton J. Purnell, Snow Hill; James H. Preston, Baltimore.


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rSl|a e. hAbm; HeNry H. Goodel, Am/wert.
STATION STAVV.
SH. H. Gooden, M. A., LL. D., Pwdent of the College and Dretor.
P.Wilma ?.. host, B. 8., Ar. Henry M. Thomuon, B. 8., Aet. Agr.
ISM1 0 M.ay=*, B. 8., HpSt. M. A. Carpenter, B. S., Mat. Hort.
.. H. Fenald, IL A., PH. D., Eat. C. P. Lounsbuary, B. 8., Aut. Ent.
Wm K SM.hepmIBM, B. 8., AsMet. Sirt. George F. Mills, M. A., Trew.
I Catk A. O om, AuJitor (vNew Brais re).
MICHIGAN.
**sim NU Stats of Michigan Agricultural Collee, AfriewLttarl Coltege.
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!!!i|,: Deprtmet of Michigan Agricultural College.
GOVRWINOU BOARD.
Mo Boawd d o fAgri ulture: Frasklin Welk (Pri.), Cul4; C. P. Moore,
Cae fct W. Orfi*K Graed Bu ; Gov. Jno. T. Rich, LaCs a t; W.ME.
1111: Jf AM; Henry Chmberalan, flew Gt; C. J. Monroe, Sea %aRe;
1APiibs, Agfle te Cflqe.
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C. F. Wheeler, B. S., Bot.
G. C. Davis, M. S., Zool.
L. R. Taft, M. S., Hort.
E. A. A. Grange, V. S., Vet.


H. P. Gladden, B. S., AsstU ,H
W. L. Rossman, B. S., Asi. C
H. E. Harrison, B. S., AssLCi
Mrs. L. E. Landon, Lib


A. A. Crozier, Asat. .4gr.


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Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of MinneWota...:!" .
St. Anthony Park. : ......
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GOVERN..NG BOARD.
GOVERNING __ BOAD..< :
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Board of Regents: John S. Pillsbury (Pres.), Minneapolis; Win. H. Yale,M Wiw
Cyrus Northrop, Minneapolis; GreenleafClark, St. Paul; Cushman K. Davis, 8. &P
David M. Clough, St. Paul; Joel P. Heatwole, Northfield; 0. P. Stearns, Dtvli
William M. Liggett, Benson; S. M. Owen, Minneapolis; Stephen Mahonoy, HSi
eapolis; W.W. Pendergast, uluchinson. o


STATION STAFF.


Cyrus Northrop, LL. D., President of the College.
W. M. Liggett, Chair. T. L. Haecker, Dairy Husbandry.
W. M. Hays, B. S. A., V. Chair. and Agr. M. H. Reynolds, M. D., V. M., Vet.
Samuel B. Green, B. S., Horr. Those. Shaw, Animal Husbandry.
Otto Lugger, PH. D., Ent. and Bot. J. A. Vye,-Sec.
Harry Snyder, B. S., Chem. Andrew Boss, Foreman Farm.


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MISSISSIPPI.


Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, Agricultural College.* :- i

Department of Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College. ";,y

GOVERNING BOARD. :

Board of Trustees: Gov. J. M. Stone (Pres.), Jackson; H. M. Street, MerfQan;:
J. Z. George, Carrollton; J. F. McCormick, Biloxi; Geo. H. Peets, WVoodville; J. B. i::
Bailey, Conehatta; W. B. Montgomery, Starkville; T. C. Dockery, Love's Station; j
A. F. Fox, West Point; W. H. Morgan, Sheppardtown; S. D. Lee, Agricultural Col- '
lege; S. M. Tracy, Agricultural College. *
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S. D. Lee, President of the College. ::
S. M. Tracy, M. S., D.ir. W. L. Hutchinson, M. S., Chem.
E. R. Lloyd, M. S., Agr. W. R. Perkins, B. S., Asst. Chewn. .
H. E. Weed, M. S., En. J. S. Moore, B. S., Met. 1",
A. B. McKay, B. S., Hort. R. C. King, Treas... :
Tait Butler, V. S., Vet. ........
F. S. Earle, Supt. Substa., Ocean Springs. ':
G. J. Finley, Supt. Substa., Holly Springs......
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15. Bailey, ASiipf. iSub~ta., Ladke.
T. Price, Supt. Substa., Booneville.

Express and telegraph address, Starkvilie. .


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Bay. James Reid, rreaidnt of tke College.
U*. a smry, Dr. o Hrt. F. W. Traphagen, PH. D., Chem.
str Foter, M. 8. A., Apr. W. L. Williams, Vet.
.- A. M. Ryon, Irrig. Enagin.


NEBRASKA.


Augmculturl Bzpeumment Station of Nebraska, Lincoln.


Departminent of the University of Nebraska.


GOVZERNLU BOARD.


* Dgmhtof the University: Charles H. Morrill (Pree.), Lncoln; J..8. Dales (Sec.
mWnudo), Umim4s; J. L. HIL Knight, Lee Park; C. W. Kaley, dM Cloud; E. A. Hadley,
IlIa; H.IE. E strbrook, Omraa; Chat Weston, Hay Sprfug.


STATION STAFF.


Jame H. Caafield, A.,
iJLbJupliU IL 8., DUr. and Apr.
LH. Niehobo M. A., Ctlm.
.B amy, ft. D., eot.
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Chanseller of thie Umnrty.
G. D. Swezey, M. A., Met.
0. A. Loveland, LL. B., Juf Met
T. L. Lyon, M. 8., Ast. CAhm.
A. M. Troyer, B. 8., Aut. Apr.
H. 0. Barber, B. A., AMt. R t.
8. W. Perin, omams Farm.
C. Y. Smith, LL. B., JEawtm. Cterk.


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City; H. S. Starrett, As.8tin.


STATION STAFF.


Joseph E. Stubbs, M. A., D. D., LL. D,, President of the College and DrS
Fred H. Hillman, M. S.. Ent. and Bot. Nathaniel E. Wilson, M. S., C0 '
Ransom H. McDowell, B. S., Agr. and Frederick StadtmUller, Asst.O.
Hort. R. A. Lounsbury, Foreman .Far.: .
Hannah K. Clapp, M. A., Lib.


NEW HAMPSHIRE.

New Hampshire College Agricultural Experiment Station, DuZr&a. ':'::

Department of New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Artp : |!H!
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GOVERNING BOARD. :-

BOARD OF TRUSTEES. .

Board of Control: Geo. A. Wason (Chair.), New Boston; C. W. Stowe (8.)S., ..R A
Andover; Chas. S. Murkland, Durham; John G. Tallant, Pembroke; Henry Keys,|i4
North Haverhill. ...
STATION STAFF.

Chas. S. Murkland, PH. D., President of the College and Acting Director. I
Henry E. Alvord, Agr. C. M. Weed, D. Sc., Ent.
H. H. Lamson, M. D., Bact. R. S. Alden, Supt. Farm.
F. W. Morse, B. S., Chem. E. P. Stone, B. S., Asst. Chem. '
C. H.I Pettee, M. A., C. E., Met. F. D. Fuller, B. S., Asst. in Chem.


NEW JERSEY. "1t

New Jersey State Agricultural Experiment Station, New Brunswick. l
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At Rutgers College. 1."

GOVERNING BOARD. -" :

Board of Managers: Abraham W. Duryee (Pres.), New Durham; William R. Word
(Sec.), Newark; Gov. G. T. Werts, Trenton; Austin Scott, Newt Brunswick; Edward,:.:
B. Voorhees, New Brunswick; Henry Frederick, Camden; Daniel W. Horner, Me..:::"'
chantville; Joshua Fotsyth, Pemberton; Ralph Ege, Hopewell; W. H. Green, ASuwa ... !
sunna; B. F. Tine, Stanton; J. B. Rogers, Newark; C. L. Jones, Newark; Jaimes. '
McCarthy, 442 Garfield Ave., Jersey City; G. W. Doty, Union; James Neilson, Neui ..."
Brunswick; David D. Denise, Frleehold; Samuel R. Demarest, jr., Hackensack; James ":i.
Stevens, 287 Communipaw Ave., Jersey City; I1. S. Upson (Treas.), New Brunswick. :,
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Edward B. Voorhees, M. A., Dir. and Irving S. Upson, M. A., Chief Clerk. I
Chemn. Mary A. Whitaker, Sten. .i
Louis A. Voorhees, M. A., Chemn. -Vincent Carberry, Asst. to Chem.
John P. Street, B. S., Chem. Richard Titus, Janitor and Lab. Attendas#:d i


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Depr t of New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
./ GOVERNING BLARD.

...i.: D .. od of Regents: Thomas J. Ball (Pros.), MwAlla; Demetrio Chavez (Sec. and
Se&), MaUlsa; John R. MeFie, La m Cruces; Robert Black, Silver City; J. D. W.
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STATION STAFF.
Samuel P. McCrea, President of the College and Director.
A. B. mount, M. A., 4fr. and Hert. Fabian Garcia, B. 8., Jest. Agr. and lort.
to Wooton, B. 8., Bet. F. E. Lester, Clerk.
I: be oees, M. 8., A. Cr, Cekm. R. F. Hare, M. 8., Asst. CA.m.
1 T IA. CoekemU, Es. and Zool.
I;. H. H. Griffin, B. 8,, Supt. Subata., Aztec.
F. 0. Kihlberg, 8upt. Subta., Las Vegas.


NEW YORK.


New York Agtoleturnl xperiment Station, Geaera.


GOVERNING BOARD.


BDwd of Control: W. C. Barry (Prw.), RoAater; W. O'Hanlon (See and Treas.),
Gnaw; Gov. Lenvi P. Morton, Albany; CharlesJones,Geeew; George F. Mills, Fenda;
Philip N. Nicholas, Gemva; Adrian Tuttle, Watkins; W. D. Barns, Middle Hope;
I. V. B. Ires, PoSMm; L. D. Olney, Watertown; 8. H. Hammond, Geneva.


STATION STAFF.


tr Cbolier, M. A., M. D., PHt. D., Dtr.
Wa. P. Wheeler, Ant. Dir.
SL. VL m 8yke, M. A., PH. D., Ckem
A. Bseah, M. 8., Hor.
: W. Paie1ek,1 B* 8.F Ams. Henr.
1 C. Stewart, M. S., Mgel.
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V. H. Lowe, B. 8., Ent.
C. G. Jenter, PH. C., Aet.Ckem.
A. L. Knisely, M. S., AJt. Cbem.
W. B. Cady. PH. (., jel. Ckem.
A. D. Cook, Pu. C., Auet. CAem.
H. H. Seely, A. B., Aut. Cem.
G. W. Churchill, Agr.
Clerk and Steun.


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Jacob t. Scnurman, tB. A., u. bc., LL. U., rresiaen; o f ae tuon/gi#..
Isaac P. Roberts, M. AGR., Dir. and Agr. Liberty H. Bailey, M. S., Hr'i '.,n1
Henry H. Wing, B. AGR., M. S., Dairy George F. Atkinson, M. S., COW.. 4>
Husbandry and Animal Industry. Mark V. Slingerland, B. S., Aut s4t: j
Emmons L. Williams, Treas. George C. Watson, B. AG., M.' .....
George C. Caldwell, PH. D., Chem. Agr.
James Law, F. R. C. V. S., Vet. George W. Cavanaugh, Asal. ,Cha
Albert N. Prentiss, M. S., Bot. and Arbor. E. G. Lodeman, B. S., Aset. Hort;.. '
John H. Comstock, B. S., Ent. Michael Barker, Asst. Hort. : .,"
H. W. Smith, B. AGR., Clerk.. '.
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N ORT11 CAROLINA, ,'";f,,,, ,,


North Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Raleigh.


GOVERNING BOARD. .. ":..:.'::;.

Boardof Trustees of Agricultural and Mechanical College: W. S. Primrose. (Qdt:
Raleigh; W. F.Green, Franklinton; D. A. Tompkins, Charlotte; Henry E. Fries, 94Lii.Ar
N. B. Broughton, Raleigh; J. R. McLelland, MAooresville; J. B. Coffield, Everett; -...<...B.
Williams, Falkla'nd; R. W. Wharton, Washington; T. B. Twitty, Rutherfordt;Won;' W. &
Capehart, Avtoca; J. H. Gilmer, Greensboro; W. E. Stevens, Clinton. t ."i

STATION STAFF. ,,:.
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H. B. Battle, PH. D., Dir. and Chern. B. W. Kilgore, M. S., Asst. Chkn. :,;
F. E. Emery, B. S., Agr. F. B. Carpenter, B. S., Asst. Chea. *:: ii
Gerald McCarthy, B. S., Bot. and Ent. W. M. Allen, Asst. Chernm. :I
W. F. Massey, C. E., iort. C. B. Williams, B. S., Asst. Cheni. ,';
C. F. von Herrmann, Met. Alexander Rhodes, Asst. Hort. ":;
F. P. Williamson, D. V. S., Consulting Vet. Roscoe Nunn, Asst. Met. ... :....
A. F. Bowen, Sec. ::
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NORTH DAKOTA. I ..
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North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station, Fargo. "'

Department of North Dakota Agricultural College. ,,
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Board of Trustees: W. H. Robinson (Pres.), Mayville; J. L. Smith (See.), Aswti-"ii
E. H. Sykes, Minot; L. R. Casey, Jamnestown; Alex. Stern, Fargo; H.F. Miller, q-|i':3,
Geo. Osgood, Fargo; L. S. Champine (Treas.), Fargo.. .4::3"


STATION STAFF.


J. B. Power, President of the College and Director.
E. F. Ladd, B. S., Chemnt. C. B. Waldron, B. S., Arbor.
.J. H. Shepperd, M. S. A., Agr. H. L. Bolley, M. S., Bot.
T. D. Hinebauch, M. S., V. S., Vet. W. G. Hiatt. Farm Sapt.
Win. G. Hayden, See.


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IDepartment of Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechaniaal Coliege.


GOVERNING BOARD.


Whm of Regents: J. R. Clark (1w. and Sec.), Stifwater; F. Caruthers (7)-eaa.),
blma C M; J. W. Howard, Edmond; H. E. Glazier, Orlando; J. 1). De Bois,
HOr; Wma. Renftw (GOv., e ojloio), Gutlkrie.


STATION STAFF.


.::: E. D. Murdaugb, M.
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A., President of the College.
A. N. Caudell, AJWt. Ent.
W. T. Webster, Mack.
B. J Conley, Farm Supt.
T. M. Upehaw, Sec.


OREBGON.


Oregon percent Station, Corvallisa.

Department of Oregon State Agricultural College.


OOVBIrNG BOARD.


e B td of Regents: Got. W. P. Lord (Prew.), Portland; Wallis Nash (8ec.),
: m, CiUlb; John M. Osbur, Corwuil; G.W. McBride, Salem; Bernard Daly, Lake-
dew:1 ; L B.MeElroy, &kis; R.P. Boise, Siae ; T. W. Davenport, Silrertem; Johr
il7 mikpg.. FerrPg; W.P.Keady, Portland; J.K. Weatherford, Albany; W.A.
umpI%. redl..o; J.T. Apperson, Or#l* Ci04.
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G.W.8haw,M.AA.A.C., Chem.
George Coote, 'ort.
Mos Craig, M. ., & o.


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Board of Trustees-Advisory Committee: John A. Woodward (Chair......
H. P. Armsby (Sec.), State College; George W. Atherton, State College; As'
Downing, West Chester; Amos H. Mylin, Lancaster; Joel A. Herr, Cedart' fsJSS'




H. P. Armsby, PH. D., Dir. W. S. Sweetser, B. S., Ast. 'C''i
William Frear, B. A., PH. D., V. Dir. and J. A. Fries, Asnt. Chant.
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Chem. E. J. Haley, M. A., Asst. Chem ..
William A. Buckhout, M. S., Bot. M. E. McDonnell, Asst. Chem. :;i
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Geo. C. BArtz, M. S., Hort. DM. S; McDowell, B. S., Asst. Chn. .:--
H. J. Waters, B. S. A., Agr. Harry Hayward, B. S., Asst. 4yr.: '::j5.
William C. Patterson, SupH. Fr. Far. E. HdJ Hess, Asst. in Field and "F...d.in .:
Julia C. Gray, Sec. perim ent s. :':
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Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station, Kingston, ,: '
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GOVERNING BOARD. ..i

Board of Managers: C. H. Coggeshall (Pres.). Bristol; Charles J. Green (So), "iS
Kenyon ; Melville Bull (Treas.), Newport; Nathan D. Pierce, jr., Norwood; Gardi n.Xr
C. Sims, Providence. :. :::!
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John H. Washburn, PH. D., President of the College. :...
Charles 0. Flagg, B. S., Dir. and Agr. J. D. Towar, B. S., 1st Asst. Agr. : 2.:l
L. F. Kinney, B. S., Hort. G. M. Tucker, B. S., 2d Ass8t. Agr. .
H. J. Wheeler, PH. D., Chem. B. L. Hartwell, B. S.,lst Ast.. Chem. ::,,i
Samuel Cushman, Apiarist and Poultry C. L. Sargent, B. S.,2d Asst. Che. .i.
Manager. H. F. Adams, Farmer. :"
Bertha E. Bentley, Sten. l
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South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Clemson College,"
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Board of Trustees: R. W. Simpson (Pres.), Pendleton; P. H. E. Sloan (Sea. andS:
Treas.), Clemson College; D. K. Norris, Hickory Flat; M. L. Donaldson, Greenville; R ,4
E. Bowen, Briggs; Jesse H. Harden, Chester; Gov. John G. Evans,6Columbia; J. E.Bd-B:.fL:::!!!
ley, Hunters; H. M. Stackhouse, Clio; J. E. Tindal, Columbia; W. H. Mauldin,fau- :,i
ton; J. E. Wannamaker, St. Matthews; W. H. Ellerbe, Marion; D. T. Redfearn, Mw.:I
Croghan.

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|i: C-km. W.Dabney, jr., L P. D., LL. D., Pemi, of the College.
1:t CMF. VsdefrAd, pe. ,d r. C. A. Mooer. B. 8., dut. Ckem.

2.L Wstt ]B.AaL, Hel. C. E. Chambliu, M. 8., Ent.
J.iILN d M %ldEB & A., C. E., C he. T. F. Peek, Foreanms PF .
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UTAH.


Agricultural Experiment Station, Logan.
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Department of the Agricultural College of Utah. A M
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GOVERNING BOARD. .:".. ....:
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Board of Trustees: W. S. McCorrick (Pres.), Sralt Lake City; J. E. .H.yi.!
Logan; H. E. Hatch (Treas.), Logan; W. P. Nebeker, Salt Lake City; AL
Ogden; A. G. Barber, Logan ; A. F. Farr, jr., Logan; B. H. Roberts, FPrMed.
M. Lessenger, Ogden. *


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STATION STAFF.


Joshua H. Paul, PH. B., President of the College and Director.

E. S. Richman, M. S. A., Hort. and Ent. F. B. Linfield, B. S. A.. Dairy in


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Vidtsoe, B. S., Chent. A. A. Mills, B. S., Agr. ....
Erwin, B. S., Asst. Chem. F. W. Brewer, M. D., Biol. 'i
wombly, M. S., D. V. S., Consulting S. Fortier, C. E., Irrig. Engin. :::::.
James Dryden, Clerk and Stea. :.:. ,
H. E. Hatch, TrIeas. 4"" f
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VERMONT. .-..
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Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington. .
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Department of University of Vermont and State Agricultural College., ';
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Board of Trustees-Board of Control: Matthew Henry Buckham (Pre.&), J
ton; E. J. Ormsbee, Brandon; Crosby Miller, P.omfret; G. S. Fassett,'
Cassius Peck, Brookfield.


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STATION STAFF.


Matthew Henry Buckham, D. D., President of the C,)ollege.
J. L. Hills, B. S., Dir. and Cemn. B. 0. White, PH. B., Asst. Chem.
G. H. Perkins, PH. D., Ent. D. D. Howe, Supt. Farm.
L. R. Jones, PH. B., Bot. J. E. Finn, Dairyman.
F. A. Rich, V. S., M. D., Vet. Miry A. Benson, Sten.
E. H. Powell, Treas.


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Board of Regents: William P. Bartlett (Pres.) Eau Claire; E. F. Ril ..S .
son; State Superintendent of Instruction, Madison; President ofUnivere-',
H.B.Dale, Oshkosh; Jno. Johnston, Milwaukee; Nicholas D. Fratt, I .6il
Chynoweth, Madison; B. J. Stevens, Madison; Geo. H. Noyes, Mi avh4"'C
Keith, Reedsburg; Orlando E. Clark, Appleton; D. L. Plumer, W.i3sh;:fi=4u.
Bashford, Hudson. .....:::.
STATION STAFF. '. ,':


W. A. Henry, B. AGR., Dir. F. W. Woll, M. S., Aaat. Ch .:. .....
S. M. Babcock, PH. D., Chem. E. H. Farringtou, M..S., Ami.-Plog. ?
F. H. King, Phys. Husbandry..
E. S. Goff, Hort. J. W. Decker, B. AGR., De m .":
J. A. Craig, B. S. A., Animal Husbandry. Leslie H. Adams, Farm Supt. .. ',-
H. L. Russell, PH. D., Bact. Winona Merrick, Clerk d Stes, ,'-*&'


WYOMING."4

Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, Larami ..e. ....

Department of the University of Wyoming. :

GOVERNING BOARD. : 4

Board of Trustees: Stephen W. Downey (Pree.), Laramie; Grace B. Heb'lp."d(aj
Cheyenne; Otto Gramm (Treas.), Laranie; Jacob Norris, Laramie; Jams esJaA. I4r1K,.at
Lander; J. 0. Churchill, Cheyenne; T. F. Burke, Cheyenne; J. C. DavisJ, ZsWPUU"
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Carroll H. Parmalee, Buffalo; Miss Estelle Reel, Cheyenne; A. A. Johnson, Lr.S ;4
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A. A. Johnson, M. A., D. D., President of the University and Director. P"
B. C. Buffum, M. S., Agr. and Hort. John D. Parker, aupt. Substa., jSaradtoga.
.... ....J. D. Conley, M. A., PH. D., Phys. John F. Lewis, Supt. Subta., S
Aven Nelson, M. S., Bot. A. E. Hoyt, Supt. Substa., Sundan~ee. "l
E. E. Slosson, M. S., Chem. Martin R. Johnston, Supt. Subela., W~aate 1;
C. Knight, M... ...A., Geol. land.:.
Jacob S. Meyer1 Supt. Substa., Lander. Grace R. Hebard, M *A., PH. D., &ec. *'-**, ^i




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L F. MeKisiek, M. A., Zeen. Sapis.


Math.
R. C. Conner, B. 8., at. i n English.
J. A. Duncan, B. 8., AeI. in Math.
C. G. Greene, B. 8., AMi. is Bat. and Biol.
W. W. Moonre, B. 8., Asst. in MecA. Aria
Lab.
J. P. 8latou, B. 8., it. in ('irtil Eagim.
*nd Drawing.
R. 0. Williams, B. 8., Ast. in Chem.


ARIZONA.


Uzvmdwrty of Arisona, Amu.


COMO Of STUDY.


iea1 s of stdy in a pieulture mad meehanlo art require four years for com-
Samd mleds to the degree of B. A. special courm of less duration are laid out
IftiMial astude whet required.


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and Metallurgy.
Edward M. Boggs, C. E., Civil and
Hydraulic Engin.
J. W. Tourney, B. S., Biol.
H. J. Hall, B. S., English.


R. H. Forbes, B. S., Chem.
W. S. Devol, B. S&, Apr.'
Meade Goodloe, Assaying.
Gertrude B. Hughes, Elon
English.


ARKANSAS.


Arkansas Industrial University, Fayetteville


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COURSES OF STUDY.


The university offers the following courses in the departments at Faytteii
Three in engineering, leading to the degrees of B. M. E.,.B. C.E., and B.E. K4*l.ia
science, leading to the degree of B. S., with one of the following subjects as &|
Chemistry, botany and zoology, horticulture and entomology; and geology;i.i|
liberal arts, the classical leading to the degree of B. A.; four short courses
degree, students in which at the end of the sophomore year may change to o iAF
ing to one of the above degrees, viz., farmers' manual training, normal, and. m -elM
preparatory courses. In addition to the above, the medical department and thiie 1
department, both at Little Rock, have courses of study leading to the' degrees]
M. D. and B. L., respectively, and the Branch Normal College (colored) at PI.e.B.I
has normal and mechanical courses. ';


BUARDJ O) IN


J. L. Buchanan, LL. D., Pres.; Psych. and
Ethics.
A. E. Menke, D. Sc., Agr., Chen., and Phys.
OliverC. Gray, M. A., LL. D., Math., Logic,
and Astron.
J. F. McNeill, B. S., Biol. and Geol.
R. H. Willis, M. A., English and Modern
Languages.
Chas. V. Kerr, PH. M., M. E., Meoh. Arts
and Engin.
Chas. H. Leverett, M. A., Ancient Lan-
gnuages and Lit.
Julius F. Howell, M. A., Hist. and Peda-
gogics.
--, Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
J. J. Knoch, C. E., (A4djunct) Civil Engin
W. B. Bentley, M. A., (Adjunct) Chemn. and
Phys.
Ella H. Carnall, PH. M., (Adjunct) English
and Modern Languages.
Geo. W. Droke, M. A., (Adjunct) Math.


ISTRUUTJ:N.

Seth E. Meek, PH. D., (Adjunct) 1 o.4
Geol.; Caurator Museum. '* iI
Jesse L. Cravens, B. L., Instr. Eotuar;"\
J. B. Marcheselli, Instr. Music.' u*
Mrs. S. E. Meek, Insfr. Music. '.^
Sam Taff, Instr. Woodwork. ;', ,
W. D. Ash, Instr. Foundry and Forgg".Lt.
Mack Martin, B. M. E., Instr. M
Shop. ::,: H;
Mrs. A. M. Tyler, Prin. Prep. Dept. ;
G.A. Cole, jr., B. A., Asst. in Prep. .DivL
Mary E. Washington, As4t. in Prep. D*FL:,
Mrs. G. A. Cole, B. L., Asst. its ji
Dept. ..*
Naomi J. Williams, M. A., Ant. in Pnp.
Dept. -:
Mary Davis, B. A., Asst. in Prep. De:it.
Julia A. Garside, Lib. .. .'
Wmn. F. Bates, Foreman Farm. ::
J. M. Moore, Asst. Foreman Farm...:
V. H. Cay ....wood, Engin..
V. H. Caywood, .9agin. -",,., ':i


C. H. Chesebro, Janitor.


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MusB, N. A., PL D., (A.o..) Mi..

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t.want] tPP. B., (tm.) Maht.
V. RueaD, Pu. D., (mwe.) Mae.
TLmat iEr, BA. ., (Amt.) Aebwu. and

UulE~iI B*. S., PTUp.
Whiuxg, Pa. D., (Anm.) Pis..
.LUIttur, N. A., (Amt.) BSW. (m lamv)
r.J a.M, Pa. D., (Awt.) Bol. (ad in-

SZ5ow,, C. E., Ast. Istr. Drw VJ.Uolto a gEns. and Aet&ON.
ttBBrww, ]Pu.D., &i. acd Arof Teaaehig.
'T. iDSIy, Jr., (Amt.) Sde. a4 Art of

t Mnin% Pu.D., Rielr, ad FPol. Emn.
ML L. Oayley, 3X A., ESgishk Language and

C.L Bradli, M.A.,RiA.
P. X. L Bag Pm. D.,(Ast.) EggUsh Lsn-
p ups adLU.
*nt=e, NK A., GOMM.


u. Frauchneux, intr. Freaoh.
C. 8. H. Howard, Instr. Freach.
H. I. Randall, B. S., Intr. Civil Engin.
J. Sutton, PH. B., Recorder.
M. E. Jaffa, PH. B., Instr. Agr.
G. E. Colby, PH. B., Inar. Vit.
W. J. Raymond, B. 8., Instr. Phy8.
E. R. Drew, B. 8., Ihetr. PANa.
A. P. Hayne, PH. B., Ast. Fit.
C. L. Gilman, zlaut. in Chem.
R. 8. Norris, B. S., Aut. in Ckem.
V. Lenher, Aset. in Chem.
W. C. Blasdale, B. 8., Ant. in Chem.
8. J. Holmes, B. 8., Aut. in Biol.
W. L. Jepson PH. B.. Aut. is Bot.
F. H. Payne, M. D., DIr. Plyc. Culture.
Sarah I. 8huey, M. D., Woman Phyeicws
is Dept. Phye. Culture.
W. E. Magee, Insetr. in Phys. Culture.
F. L. Ransome, B. 8., Fellow in Mis.
L. T. Hengatler, Ph. D., Isuir. in Math.
J. C. Merriam, PH. D., Honorary Fellow
in Paleentology.
A. V. 8aph, B. 8., Fellow in Math.
W. H. Wright, B. K, Felleow is Makth.
J. C. Rowell, B. A., LU.

















COURSES OF STUDY.


The courses of study are four, each requiring four years iin additioxi iCll
preparatory work, and each leading to the degree of B. S.: The agrioul ...W..
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the mechanical course, the irrigation engineering course, and the ladit
Provision is made for post-graduate work. -The degrees of C. E. and MK.Zi,
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ferred upon those worthy of holding them, by faculty action approvedbIN'...
earning board. .i.......i!..
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BOARKD OF INSTRUCTION. .."*... ."*,-i:.,..;;!
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Alston Ellis, M. A., PH. D., LL.D., Pres.;
Polit. Econ. and Logic.
J. W. Lawrence, B. S., Mech. Engin. and
Drawing.
Maud Bell, Hist. and Lit.
Wm. P. Headden, M. A., PH. D., Chem.
and Geol.
L. G. Carpenter, M. S., Phys. and Irrig.
Engin.
C. S. Crandall, M. S., Bot. and Hort.
C. P. Gillette, M. S., Zool. and Ent.
W. WV. Cooke, B. S., M. A., Agr.
Grace Espey Patton, B. S., English and
Sten.
WV. J. Meyers, B. S., Math.
D. W. Working, B. S., Sec. Faculty.


H. D. Humphrey, 1st Lieat.,'Se:t:
fantry, U. S. A., Mil. Sci.t BTiu
Celia M. Southworth, B. S.,.Lib".'":M,
L. D. Crain, B.-M. E., Ast. in Mt
and Drawing.
J. D. Stannard, B. S., Asst. isi .% :
Engin. ::
Chas. F. Baker, B. S., Asst. in. ZeMal..4
Ent. 1%,
Mattie J. Wulfjen, Elocution 'a*d C....
thenics.
Dann D. Gage, Music. "",
C. A. Woody, B. S., Asst. in Math. A'
English. .,'.
Chas.. J. Ryan, Asst. in Chem..
R. E. Trimble, B. S., Asst. in Met.


M. J. Huffington, Asst. in Hort.
L. M. Taylor, B. S., Sten.


CONNECTICUT.

Sheffield Scientific School of Yale University, New Haven.

COURSES OF STUDY.


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Courses of instruction occupying three years and leading.to the degree odf Ph. B. i.
are arranged to suit.the requirements of students. the first year's work isthesai.e -:
for all; for the last two years the instruction is chiefly arranged in special coursme1,:S:
Those most distinctly marked out are the following: In chemistry, in cjvil engineeri,.
ing, in mechanical engineering, in agriculture, in natural history, in biology p..rl:,.
paratory to medical-studies, in studies preparatory to mining and metallurgy, a.idi:;!",
in select studies preparatory to other higher studies. Under certain conditions t.
degrees of civil engineer and mechanical (or dynamical) engineer are conferredon i4
bachelors of philosophy who have taken the first degree in engineering, and wh:'.!
pursue a higher course under the direction of the governing board of the school for' 1....
at least two years. 3


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H BiIurpi.-
WKK huM, ]A A., hi r. Germas.
SBailey, M. A., ltr. Eloetie.
B. Niasyer, M. A., DThiouf.
lW. H. Buihop, B. A., Iutr. Freioh ad

J.S& tti% Capt., U. s. A., AMil. Sd.
ilC E. ,Beaher, Psset.efolm.
SLt. Barney, C. E., IJlr. Matd. aud
c;:_vm B~uut"
IT. PflmoP, PH. B., %i&r. Geol. aud

Vf. B. Beac, Pu. U., Ase. in Phys.
V:N. W. Niehols, M. E., Iustr. Mweek. Ess.
W. L. Crom, PH. D., Iwr. EugliUshk.


M. A. Pond, PH. B., Asat. in Drawing.
F. M. Adams, PH. B., Asst. in Phys.
C. C. Wilson, B. A., A4sat. in Mechanim.
Thoophilus Nelson, PH. B., Instr. Math.
B. B. Boltwood, PH. B., Asst. Chem.
0. G. Bunnell, PH. B., Asst. French.
W. A. Granville, PH. B., In, str. Math.
W. T. H. Howe, PH. B., Instr. Chem.
C. A. Ingersoll, Pa. B., Aalt. in Descriptive
Geomtry.
Paul Klimpe, B. A., Instr. German.
J. H. Pratt, PH. B., Aat. in Min.
A. H. Stevens, PH. B., Aset. Machine De-
signing.
Loomis Burrell, PH. B., Asst. Chem.
E. B. Hurlburt, PH. B., Asat. Chem.
W. G. Van Name, B. A., Asst. Physiol.
Chem.


Strms Agidoultural College, Sterra.


COURSE OF STUDY.


Th eo nue of study requires two or four years for completion and in the latter
em- lad to a degree.


BOAJD OF INSTRUCTIONS.


jL F. OLocs, PH. 1)., Free.
eptet Kewill, Ldj Pri,.
.A. B. Peebles, B. 8., Chen. and Math.
km .i P6elM, B. S., Ayr.
laA.Watea a, D. V.I., Vet. 5..


A. G. Gulley, B. 8., Bet. and Hort.
C. A. Davis, Issfr. Wood and Iron Work.
L. J. Barber, Inufr. Math. and sa.Uish.
E. J. Lewis, RAM. and Rmgliak Lit.
Lottie J. Short, Domestsie St.













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The courses of study are seven, and require four years each fur :cou
classical course and the Latin scientific course, each leading to the 'd .M
the course in modern languages and science, leading to the degre1::i "
courses in engineering, leading to the degrees of C. E., M. E., and E
agricultural course, leading to the degree of B. Agr. There are also a. f
course and a short winter course of thirteen weeks in agriculture. ..
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. -.
A. N. Raub, PH. D., Pres.; English,. Men- C. L. Penny, M. A., Gernn ..,':!
lit tal, Moral and Polit. Sci. F. H. Robinson, C. E., Civti t
T.R. Wolf, PH. D., Chemn., Min., Sanitary W. H.. Bishop, B. S., Ag, i.
Sci., and Geol. Physiol.
G. A. Harter, PH. D., Math. and Phys. H. W. Huffington, Meoh. antd Fib
C. S. Conwell, M. A., Ancient and Modern H. P. Eves, D. V. S., Vet. Bo.b
413 Languages. Lieut. J. H. Frier, M-i. Sai.."ai. .td

?;! I State College for Colored Students, Dover. I
COURSES OF STUDY. : ...
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cif There are five courses of study: Classics, science, agriculture, eigineering. :..
V,, ;! chemistry. .*"-^ ::
HI" : BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. '.,3

i Wesley WeLb, M. S., Pres. S. L. Conwell, B. A., Asst. :'.
L. D. Hileland, rnstr. 'N
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M:l FLORIDA.
,J.~ -^ Florida State Agricultural College, Lake City. g
'** ^ ~COURSES OF STUDY. "''
S. Besides a preparatory department there are four collegiate courses, of study, c t'i
A requiring four years for completion: The agricultural course, leading to the degree
Sof B. S.; the mechanical course, leading to the degree of B. S.; the Latin scientific)!!
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course, leading to the degree of B. A.; and the women's course, leading to the degreat
Sof B. S. These courses are equivalent in length, iu difficulty, and in honor. ....
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.. BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. :i
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:,:. : Oscar Clute, M. S., LL. D., Pres. Bessie C. De Sha, Shorthand, Typewriting,
.* A. B. Hagan, Sec. and Telegraphy. -. ....
: H. P. Baya, Math. S. A. Smoke, Lieut. U. S. A., Commandaut':
S: 11. C. Powers, Drawing and Mech. Arts. of Cadets; Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
SP. H. Roll's, M. S., Biol. and Hor. Helen K. Ingram, English and Hiat. :
J. C. Martin, jr., M. A., Situbcllegiate Dept. Cordele K. Mooring, German apd Frec iaL'.
-\A. A. Persons, M. S., Chem. and Agr. J. Franklin Appell, M. D., College Sur"eo S.:
i-i C. V. Waugh, Philosophy and Ancient Lan- E. J. Bending, Instr. Woodwork. <.
,y | ages. H. K. Miller, M. S., Instr. Phys. :
1 John B. Parkinson, Penmanship, Bookkeep- A. L. Quaintance, M. S., Itstr. Biol. .. I
Sing, and Commercial Law. Aurora Mena, Instr. Spanish ,
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Florida State Normal School, Tallahassee. :
S COURSES OF STUDY. .
The courses of study are four: Preparatory, normal, manual training, and (gif:
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T?. mIg,M. A., 5jqff. C.H. Herty, PH. D., (Adjunct) CAem.
i0c. BDs w, Jr., and4 M. E, Math. A. H. Patterson, M. A., Inatr. PAys.
!EIklbmA, C. and M.EL RgEu O.E. Sheffield, B. E., Iutr. Drawing.
oJb P. Campbell, B. A., P. D., BIl. Jno. Morris, M. A., Io tr. English.
S. H. J. Wing, lshtr. Dairying.


IDAHO.


Oolkqe of Ap-iculture of the Univerity of Idaho, Moscow


COURSE OF STUDY.


: L ~spla cMae in agriculture requires four years for completion and the elp-
1110 enMume two yewas.
I BOARD OF INSTRUCTIO..


.. B. Ga,, s., Pro.; Lic, Po Pe.
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S. X. Okdar, X. A,0C. E., Ciril Rafim.
!i:.s: x...ahe. asm.
0. W MoCardy, A sc., Chow.
iW.. L CleaMet, Pf. D., Admi md Ned-

F.LB 1. SaIl lites, Ph. B., he.
J.: RA8flh, E. Po, ZB.l.
Sarah E. Poe, B. L.,
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C. P. Fox, M. AGm., Apr.
E. R. Chrisman, 2d Lient. U. 8. A., Mil.
8eid. sad Tactics.
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J. E. Bosebright, B. 8., jlstr. is Matk. 1nd
Phs..
Harriet E. Cubman, Preptrms; Inlir.

8. Annette Bowman, laser. Drawing.
letr. in Prep. 8hoel.


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COURSES OF STUDY.


SThe regular courses of study are two: The full course, requiring four yeaf'"i
pletion and leading to the degree of B. S.; and a special course for farmerns.ti... ..
in January and continuing eleven weeks. Provision is also made for special'4u^

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. ,'
H....: ":E:E: :" E n:
Andrew.S. Draper, LL. D., Pres. William H. Vandervoort, M. S, Me...
Eugene Davenport, M. S., Dean; Animal Engin.
Husbandry. Evarts B. Greene, PH. D., Hist. :
Thomas J. Burrill, PH. D., LL. D., Bot. Arthur H. Daniels, PH. D., Philospkij^
and Hort. George W. Parker, Wood Working. .::
Stephen A. Forbes, PH. D., Zool. Harry S. Grindley, D. So., Chem.
Charles W. Rolfe, M. S., Geol. George P. Clinton, M. S., Bot,
Donald McIntosh, V. S., Vet. Sci. T. Arkle Clark, B. L., EnglisA.
ArLhur W. Palmer, D. Sc., Chent. Alice M. Barber, M. S., Bot.
Fr.;nk F. Frederick, Art and Design. Herman S. Piatt, M. A., French.
Samuel W. Parr, M. S., Applied Chemn. Frank Smith, M. A., Zool.
.Daniel W. Shea, PH. D., Phys. George W. McCluer, M. S., Horr. |
David Kinley, PH. D., Econ. Henry Jones, Blacksmith. Ji
Daniel H. Brush, Capt. 17th Infantry, U. Harley E. Reeves, Mil. Sci. :
S. A., Mil. Sci. Ralph P. Smith, PH. B., German. T
Katharine Merrill, B. A., English. Peter Mogensen, B. S., Math. 1:
William 0. Krohn, PH. D., Psych. Helen E. Butterfleld, M. L., English. 7:,
Henry E. Summers, B. S., Physiol. Edward J. Lake, Art and Design. ::::
Edgar J. Townsend, PH. M.,Math. Fred. A. Sager, B. S., Phys. :: ,
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INDIANA.

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

COURSE OF STUDY.

The course of study requires four years for completion and leads to the degree
of B. S.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. :


Jas. H. Smart, M. A., LL. D., Pres.
Wm. F. M. Goss, M. S., Experimnental Engin.
W. C. Latta, M. S., Agr.
Moses C. Stevens, M. A., Higher Math.
Oscar J. Craig, M. A., PH. D., Polit. Econ.
and Hist,
James Troop, M. S., Horr. and Ent.
Arthur L. Green, PH. C., Dean School of
, Pharmacy.
SHenry A. Huston, M. A., A. C., Agr. Chem.
Mrs. Emmna. Mont. McRae, Lady I'rin.;
SEnglish Lit.
SJoseph C. Arthur, D. Sc., Vegetable Phys-
iol. and Pathology.
Stanley Coulter, M. A., PH. D., Biol.


Anna Von Holland, Modern Languages.
Erastus Test, M. A., M. D., Math.
Winthrop E. Stone, M. A., PH. D., Organic
and Inorganic Chem.; Dir. Chem. Lab.
M. J. Golden, Practical Mech.
Chas. S. Plumb, B. S., Agr. Sd;
John J. Flather, PH. B., M. M. E., Jfiek.
Engin.
Thos. G. Alford, M. A., Math.
Alfred M. Amadon, M. A., Math.
Walter Jones, PH. D., Anal. Chew....
Harold B. Smith, M. E., Elect. Engin.
A. W. Duff, M. A., B. S., Phys. and Theory'
of Elect.
Fred Morley, C. E., Civil Engin.


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.. ...COURSK8 OF STUDY.

e %e sunes of study are eight: The course in agriculture, leading to the degree
f1.: A.; the oose in veterinary science, leading to the degree of D. V. M.; the
isau ehain eehieal engineering, leading to the degree of B. M. E.; the course in
civileg eriug, leading to the degree of B. C. E.; the course in electrical engi-
meei ng leading to the degree of B. E. E.; the course in mining engineering, leading
to to s degree of B. M. E.; the course in sciences as related to the industries, leading
!. Ct edegepe of B. 8., and the course for ladies, leading to the degree of B. L.
L The veterinary ecurfl requires three years for completion; each of the others four
I ye.a There are also a two years' course and a short winter course in agriculture
Sd daNirying.
BOARD OP INSTRUCTION.


i W H. D Bearnhear, A, LL D., Pre'.;
hom&k. and RiM.
IL. saWLk, I 8., V. 8., Ve. m/.
Ji .L.ud,M. H., .or.
,L W. Stsaton, M. 8., JMsat. sid lem. ed.
a D/LJ. Lincoln. MIU. i. sand Mining

A. A.B metM, L. L,, CM.
Hebert Osborm, M. 8., tw.. .sd REt
SIL H.Pammel, B. Aoa., M. 8. Be.
Mx.. Nli,. Owe.s, D/mstw, Few.
Jam ems Wilmo., Agr.
i:I, A. Weemi, Pa. D., JAr. ChoM.
ai. .nt Doolittle, B. A., BegRu, Latid,

LW. BhFamnm I. 8., fl.. and Ekwes.

1#W.U4sLM. EL, I Me. Lgin.
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Celia Ford, B. A., Preceptress; French and
G erman.
I. W. Smith, B. 8., M. D., Pathology, His-
tology, TAerapeu.ih, and Comparatire
Anal.
Marie L. Chambers, Elocution; Dir. Music.
W. H. Wynn, PH. D., D. D.. EnglishA Lit.
and BHit.
0. Curtisa, B. AOR., (Awi.) Agr.
W. B. Niles, D. V.M., (Aue.) rVet. S.
W. H. Meeker, M. E., (.at.) Bfech. Engin.
S. W. lByer, B. 8., (Auet.) Gowl. and Zool.
N. E. Hansen, B. 8., (dAue.) Hert.
T. Leuox, Inlr. is MHeaki e Shop.
L. B. Spinney, B. M. E., d in Mweek.
Loin. sand Phys.
Minnie Roberts, B. L., MAt. in MatA.
J. 8. Chamberlain, M. S., Ame. is CkAe..
Julia Wenteh, B. L., vAM. is Math.











Elmina Wilson, B. C. E., Asst. in Civil A. A. Harter, Instr. in Bit
Engin. Flora Wilson, B. L., Lib.
A. R. Wake. D. V. M., House Surgeon. Emma Pammel, Asst. in
0. L. McKay, instr. in Dairying and S. R. Fitz, Asst. in Chem.
Cheese Making. Genevieve Westermann,
D. Nordstrum, Inslr. in Carpentry. and Organ:
Carrie Scott, Inst. Violin and Theory.


KANSAS.


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COURSES OF STUDY.


The regular course of study requires four years for completion and leads to the :!'
degree of B. S. Special and post-graduate courses are also provided. The degree '1.
of M. S. is given upon post-graduate study with satisfactory evidence of proficiency, :1
after three years, in science andcndustrial arts. : I


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BOARD OF IN'ThUCTION.


Geo. T. Fairchild, LL. D., Pres.; Logic
and Philosophy.
G. H. Failyer, M. S., Chen. and Min.
E. A. Popenoe, M. A., Ent. and Zool.
D. E. Lautz, M. S., Math.
J. D. Walters, M. S., Industrial Art and
Designing.
I. D. Graham, M. A., Sec.; Instr. Book-
keeping.
0. E. Olin, English Language and Lit.
Mrs. Nellie S. Kedzie, M. S., Household
Econ. and Hygiene.
Mrs. Elida E. Winchip, Supt. Sewing.
0. P. Hood, B. S., Mech. and Engin.; Supt.
Shops.
A. B. Brown, M. A., Music.
J. S. C. Thompson, Supt. Printing.
F. H. White. M. A., Hist. and Polit. Sci.
C. C. Georgeson, M. S., Agr.; Supt. Farm.


E. R. Nichols, M. A., Phys.
N. S. Mayo, M. S., D.V. S.,Physiol. and Vet.
Sci.
J. T. Willard, M. S., Chem.
A. S. Hitchcock, M. S., Bot.
S. C. Mason, M. S., Hort.; Supt. Gardens.
Josephine Harper, Instr. Math.
Alice Rupp, Instr. English.
H. M. Jones, B. A., Instr. Rhetoricals.
H. G. Cavenaugh, Capt. 13th Infantry,
U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
T. E. Will, M. A., Polit. Econ.
Julia R. Pearce, B. S., Lib.
C. M. Breese, M. S., Asst. in Chem.
Laura G. Day, B. S., Asst. in Sewing.
Ruth T. Stokes, Asst. in House Econ.
Wim. Baxter, Foreman Greenhouse.
W. L. House, Foreman Carpenter Shop.
H. K. Brooks, Foreman Iron Shop.


L. A. McKeen, Foreman of Farm.


KENTUCKY.

Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky, Lexington.

COURSES OF STUDY.


The regular courses of study are six, each requiring four years for completion: The
agricultural course, leading to the degree of B. S.; the scientific course, leading to
the same degree; the classical course, leading to the degree of B. A.; the mechanical
engineering course, leading to the degree of A1. E.; the civil engineering course,
leading to the degree of C. E., anml the normal course, leading to the degree of B.
Pei. Certificates of proficieu'cy are given tQ those who do not complete a course
undertaken.


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U. Baum.., tl. and EMt.
i:.CW. Mathews B. 8.,Ar., grT., and Bot.
J.NP.Nelma, M. A., Civil En1gm. ad Phye.
SIL M. Peaee, M. 8., Php.
iP. Paul Anderason, B.V.E., Mck. Esis.


J. R. Johnson, B. M. E.. Aaet. in Kowh.
Ewe in.
Mrs. Lucy B. Blackburn, A#t. in Acad-
eSy.
W. A. Patterson, B. S., APO. in Hilt.
James Murray, Practical Hart.


State Normal School, Prankfort.


COURSES OF STUDY.


11bMe are four courses of study. Normal course, agricultural course, mechan ical
m, s and a e ourse in domestic economy.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


J. H.EL Jlm, M. A., Pri.
M. A. Dafvisa, Tecer.
ClftA Hathaway, Teacker.


Ida Joyce Jackson, Teacher.
Lizzie E. Green, Teacher.
J. 8. Hathaway, M. A., Teacher.


LOUISIANA.


oulsiana State Univterity and Agricultural and Mechanlical College,
Baton s Rouge.


COURSES OF STUDY.


-The regular courses of stuny are five, each requiring four years for completion:
The eommse in agriculture, the course in mechanics and civil engineering, the Latin-
sxietici, the general science, and the classical course, the first four leading to the
degsetof B. 8., the last to the degree of B. A. A preparatory department and a
two yean' commercial course are also provided.
BOAIID OF INSTRUCTION.


J.W.Nicbholson, M. A., LL. D.,Pra.;Maik.
W. ELH. Gordon, e1st Lieut. 18th Infantry,
U. A., Nil. id. and Tadctices.
W. W. Clendenin, M.A., M. 8., Geol., Mit.,
ad Bet.
I Charles E. Coatesjr., PH. D., Cham.
W. H. Goodse, Phaiphy aad Cirie.
Sf. Hofnman, M. L., (Ant.) Lencuaes.
I H. A. Morgan, B. 8. A., Zool. and Ent.
J. :L Ramdolph, jr., C. E., Drawing a nd

IL L. BeO, M. A., La#gapgs.


C. A. Smith, M. A., PH. D., English and
English Lit.
8. B. Sta pies, B. S., D. V. S., Fet. Sci.
William C. Stubbs, PH. D., Agr.
D. N. Barrow. B. 8, (Aut.) Ayr.
F. H. Burnotte, (Ant.) Hore.
W. D. Taylnr, C. E., PkAy. and Civils L iu.
H. Skolfield, Imasir. BookkWpiug.
C. E. Ires, R. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.
C. A. Ives, B. 8., In.tr. Prep. Dept.
C. K. Thompson, B. 8., C. E., Infr. Prep.
rfApl.


R. G. Pleasant, B. A., Ihstr. I rep. DIpt.














COURSE OF STUDY.

The courses in agriculture require two and four years for completion t
the degree of B. S. .:::"
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. -. '::":
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H. A. Hill, Pres.; Math. V. L. Roy, Chem. and Phys.
Hugh Jamieson, Agr. W.J. Nickerson, Music. .: : :::
ilim Seymour, Meek. Chas.E. Roos, Engli.h.:.
\Villi.am Seymour, M-ech. Chas.- E. Roos, English.: ... ...'


L. M. Martinet, Bot.
A. B. Kennedy, Econ. Sci.


E. E. Duncan, Priu. Gi
Section.


MAINE.


The Maine State College, Orono.


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COURSES OF STUDY.


The courses of study leading to degrees are eight, each requiring four years. '/i
These are t.he scientific course, the civil-engineering course, the mechanical-eog- J'!
neering course, the electrical-engineering course, the agricultural course, the che o '
ical course, the pharmacy course, the preparatory medical course. The course in W.:
civil engineering leads to the degree of B. C. E., the course in mechanical and eleo: ..::.:..
trical engineering to B. M. E., the other courses to B. S. The shorter courses lead- r
ing to a certificate are as follows: The course in library economy of one year, the..]
course in pharmacy of two years, and training courses of six weeks each, designed .
for farmers, in general agriculture, in dairying, and in horticulture. ;'
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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.. i

Abram W. Harris, M. A., D. Sc., Pres. Harriet G. Fernald, M. S., Lib. ::
George H. Hamlin, C. E., Ciril Enqin. Welton M. Munson, B. S., Hort. :;
Alfred B. Aubert, M. S., Chem. Horace M. Estabrooke, M. S., M. A., Rhet. :::;
Allen E. Rogers, M. A., Hist., Loqic, and and Modern Languages. :
Polit. Econ. .James S. Stevens, M. S., PH. D., Phys.
Walter Flint, M. E., Mech. Engin. Mark L. Hersey, M. A., Lieut. 9th Infan-
Whitman H. Jordan, M. S., Agr. try, U. S. A., Mil. Sd. and Tacti:s.
Francis L. Harvey, M. S., PH. D., Natural Gilbert M. Gowell, M. S., Animal Hue-


Hist.
James N. Hart, C. E., Math. and Asfron.
Howard S. Webb, B. M. E., Shop Work;
Sec. and Registrar.
Fremont I. Russell, V. S., Vet.
Nathan C. Grover, C. E., Civil Engin.


ban dry.
David W. Colby, B.'S., Chenm.
Ernest P. Chapin, B. M. E., Elect. Engin.
A. J. Durgiu, Carpentry.
George P. Cowan, B. C. E., Civil Evgin.
Frank Damon, Phys.


Wendell W. Chase, Drawing.


MARYLAND.


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


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Elptal. f Weuingtou, Pu. D., (Asse.) G. E. Stone, PH. D., AAsl. in Bot.
:CIWM A. C. Washburne, Assa. in Math.
V, 1H. PFmd, PH D., Rel. H. Babson, B. A., Ame. in Eglieh.
C. 8. W&lker, Pa. D., JMental and Poeti. F. S. Cooley, B. 8., Ast. is Agr.
Al jR. S. Lull, B. S., Asst. in Zool.
E!il P. ooke, B. S., Ar. BR. E. Smith, B. S., Instr. in LBot. and Ger.
S W. M. Diekimuoa, let Lieut. 17th Infantry, U.S8. A., Mil. ,i. and Tactics.


MICHIGAN.


]Michig An&iOuitural College, Agricultural College.


COURSF8 OF ST'DY.


The awmn of study are two, each requiring four years for completion and leading#
6b the degree of B. 8.-the agrsieultural course and the mechanical course. A postA
gauate course is also provided.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTlON.


L. G. Gort, M. 8., Pr.
C. Kedlie, V A., M. D., Chem.; Curs.
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#or Chow. Lob.
I B W. Brows, B. 8., Zel. ad Rt; Cur-
i i "or Geaneral Munum.
W..Ul J. Beal, M. 8., Pa. D., a. and
wl' ",r.; Cwterw Bot. 2Mmemn.
LA.Guaiag V. 8, F d
IL D.tLorfield, mm

L lift, K. 8., Hart sad Ldanscrpe


Howard Edwards, M.A., LL. D., English
Lit. and Moderas Lamnguagee.
C. L. Well, B. 8., Mek. Eyin.; Dir. Shop.
Heman K. Vedder, C. E., Math. ed Civil
Rupin .
C. D. Smith, M.S., Ayr.; SupL. Frwm.
Edson A. Lewis, 2d LieuLt. 18h Infantry,
U. S. A., Mil. Sod. sad Tadtie.
Frank 8. Kedzie, (Adjanct) Chem.
William 8. Holdaworth, M. 8., (mt.)
Drawing.


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Alvin B. Noble, PH. B., (Asst.) English
Lit. and Moderm Language.
W.O.Hedrick, B. S., {Asa) r Bi,. sad
Polit. Eoo.
F. B. Mumfonrd, B. S., (A wt.) Ar.
C. C. Pashby, B. S., Ihatr. Malk.
Warren Babcock,jr., B. S., (Asst.) Math.
P.M. Chamberlain, M. E., (Asst.) Meth.
Engine.
D. J. Crosby, B. S., Instr. English.
Thos. Durkin, J


.C. .DaWeaM. 38. .S-,l. M .AL

H. V. Bradley, AAt Z.
H. M. Howe, Ckerk.
C.E. Hoyt, a "-:="ata^. :

E.A BdIerto B, M-i. : '* *
Mrs. Linda E. Landon, -M. .
Thomas Gunson, Foreman Greeshoa.:i:
V. V. Newell, B. S., Foreman Iron hSo *i'
Ernst Wittstock, Foreman of Farm I


Foreman of Gardens.


MINNESOTA.


College of Agriculture of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. '*
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COURSE OF STUDY.

The course of study requires four years for completion, and leads to the degree of 'i
A 0 in id!


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Cyrus Northrop, LL.D., Pres. Harry Snyder, B. S., Agr. Chem.
W. M. Hays, B. S. A., Agr. T. L. Haecker, Instr. Dairy Husbandry.
S. B. Green, B. S., Hort. M. H. Reynolds, M. D., V. M., Vet. Sei.
Otto Lugger, PH. D., Ent. Thos. Shaw, Animal Husbandry.
H. W. Brewster, PH. D., (Asst.) Math.


MISSISSIPPI.


Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, Agricultural College.


COURSE OF STUDY.


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


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


S. D. Lee, Pres.
W. C. Welborn, B.S., Agr.
A. B. McKay, B. S., Hort.
A. J. Wiechardt, M. M. E., Mech. Arts.
G. C. Creelminan, B. S. A., Biol.
Tait Butler, V.S., Vet. Sci.
W. L. Hutchinson, M. S., Chem.
WV. H. Magruder, M. A., English.
B. M. Walker, M. S., Math.
C. L. Steele, 1st Lieut. 18th Infantry, U.
S. X., Mil. Sci. and Tactics; Asst. Math.
Dabney Lipscomb, M. A., Psych. and Eth-
ics; Prin. Prep. Dept.
S. M. Tracy, M. S., Dir. Expt. Sta.
J. S. Wier, B. S., Insfr. Drawing and Black-
smithing.
WV. R. Perkins, B. S., .4Asst. Chein.
E. L. Robins, B. S., Asst. Chem.


W. F. Hand, B. S., Asst. Chem.
J. M. White, M. S., Hist. and Civics; Asst.
English.
J. T. Connell, B. S., Asst. English.
J. C. Herbert, M. S., Asst. Math.
J. S. Wallace, B. S., 1st Asst. Prep. Dept.
A. M. Maxwell; ,In str. Writing and Book-
keeping. '
R. C. King, B. S., Sec. and Purchasing
Agent.
F. J. Weddell, B. S., Sten.
W. H. Barr, M. D., Surgeon.
E. A. Grosvenor, Hospital Nurse.
W. H. Gallaway, Steward and Proctor.
J. F. Montgomery, Foreman Farm.
C. T. Ames, B. S., Foreman Hort. Dept.
S. L. Grinstead, Inistr. Carpentry and
Foundry Work.


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SMISSOURI.

-o g of Ariculture and Mechanic Art. of the University of Missouri,
Coluimia.


COURSE (oF STUDY.


le Te eoure of study requires four years for completion and leads to the degree of
SAgr. Ther we also two abort courses-a farmers' lecture course of three months
mad a two yea' elementary corse. The college also offers a poet-graduate course,
which requires two yeas for completion, and leads to the degree of M. Agr.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


IL. Jeme, sL,. D., PreW.
P. Sehweitser, Pa. D., Acting Dean.; Chem.
W.J. Qick, M. 8., Ar.
J.C. Whitts, B. 8., Her .
L A. Al=., L. D., Rughlok.
L. LM. DFo, Pi. D., Math.
Slwward Aye:, Pa. D., Biol.
M. L,. iUpeomb, M. A., Pkys.
& A. Smoke, Lieut. U. 8. A., Mil. Set.


G. C. Broadhead, M. 8., Geol. and Mim.
Alexander Martin, M. A., LL. D., Lecturer
on Agr. Law.
C. W. Marx, B. E., 8upl. School Meek. ArtH.
A. H. Place, C. E., Drawing.
FL Van Blarcom, Ast. in Meek. Art@.
M. 8. King, Insetr. Commercial School.
J. W. Connoway, M. D., D. V. 8., lfe. Sci.
F. C. Hicks, Pu. D., Hist. and P'oll. Se.


MONTANA*


. Tbe Montana Coi of Agdrioultue and Mechanoic Arts, &osam.


COUSaS OF "Tl DY.


SThemre eourse of study in agriculture, domestic ecoumomy, applied science, and
manfim. The first three require four years each for completion and lead to degrees;
S.iM bnaM es coursesa require one and two years and lead to no degree. Preparatory
weic Sv also provided.


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R. E. Chandler, M. E., Math. and Mech. W. M,,Cobleigb, M. E.,A
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The courses of study are as follows, each requiring four years for eomprnlIi
leading to the degree of B. S.: General scientific course, electrical and steajf
neering course, agricultural course, and civil engineerinB course. Q. gad .!I
years' courses iu elementary agriculture are also provided. ,,.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.*


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Janmes H. Canfield, M. A., LL.D., Chan- "E. H. Barbour, P. D., ) .Geol .::
cellor. H. B. Ward, PH. D., Zool. ,
C. L. Ingersoll, M. S., Dean; Agr. F.M. Fling, PH. D., European Hist. .
.H. H. Nicholson, M. A., (Them. W. G. Taylor, PH. D., Polit. and E
L. A. Sherman, PH. D., English Lit. F. W. Card, M. S., Hort. I
C. E. Bessey, PH.D., Bot. R. B. Owens, E. E., Elect. Engine. .. '
DeW. B. Brace, PH. D., Phys. 0. V. P. Stout, B. C. E., Ciril. Engin. ..... '
E. W. Davis, PH. D., Math. Lawrence Bruner, Ent...il
J. J. Pershing, 1st Lieut. 10th Cavalry, C. R. Richards, M. E., Manual Trainfra. .........
U. S. A., Mil. Sc. and Tactics. R. A. Clark, B. A., M. D., Dir. Gymnfasiti,*
J. W. Adams, B. L., English. Phys. Training.. ..
H.W. Caldwell, M. A., American Hisf. and G. E. Barber, M. A., Latin. !
Civics. Cora Parker, Inetr. Clay Modeli.ng a....i!
A. H. Edgren, PH. D., Romance Languages. Wood Carving. ".. ..,.;:
Laurence Fossler, M. A., Germanic Lan- W. B. Hampsen, M. E., Meoh. Drawing. ..;:
guaqes.
.. ':.:i :: "*'!

NEVADA. "

School of Agriculture of the rTevada State University, Reno. ...'.''i|

COURSE OF STUDY. :...i
... ..: =..:**::;* B
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 ebila...i... ::'
year for four years and leading to no degree. __ .;-__

wIncludes only the principal instructors in the Industrial College. Other members of the uniNri!
sity faculty also give some instruction in this college. .:'''i


:...: : .=
.... .%i ",$ii































b m n five oonese of study, each requiring four years for completion, and
stig to *t degree of B.S.: Course in agriculture, course in chemistry, course in
insinml emgineering, course in electrical engineering, and general course opin


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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


O.t mrkimAd, M. A., PP. D., Pres.
C&L. H. Pettee, M. A., C. E., Dme; Math.

CStffa W. Scogtt, M.A., fiot. end Polit.

B.LAlwTfd, dyr.
: Cao. o Weed, D. S., Zei. *ad But.
Fed. W. Morse B. S., Oreamie Chem.
BHevy C. Hodges, jr., let Lieut. U. 8. A.,
AL.SOL.


Chas. L. Parsons, B. 8., General and Anal.
Chem.
Albert Kingsbury, M. E., Meek. Eugin.
H. H. Lanison, M. D., Biol. and Bact.
Ueo. L. Teeple, M. E., Instr. Elect. Engin
and PAyes.
R. W. E. Bassett, M. A., Instr. Modern
Languages.
John N. Brown, Foreman Machire ff'ork.
Allen G. Lowell, Foreman Woodwork.


NEW JERSEY.


Rutgers Scientific School, New SBrunmwick.


COURSES OF STUDY.
There are five distinct courses of study: A course in agriculture, a course in civil
eginesring and mechanics, a course in chemistry, a course in electricity, and a
nRset in biology. Each course requires four years for completion and leads to the
dqm of B. .
BOARD OF INSTRICTIOY.


Altn Scott, P. D., LL. D., Pr.; His i.
and Poit. Sed.
Jacob Cooper, D. D., D. C. L, Logic and
He. Mnal Pkileepky.
Curl Meyer, D. D., Meodrn Lamuguago d

... Vam Dyek, PHa. D., PAp. crd ape-
i: msL Meek,.
I. A. Dowsr, C. E., LL. D., Math. and
.llI .j ........ ... .......


Edwin B. Davis," H. L., lIns. Modern
languages.
C. E. Hat, D. D)., E xglish fmGsNe udd
Lit.
Louist Bevier,jr., Pit. D., Grwk;r; Se. Er-
teeid.. ICepS.
E. 8. Shamway, PH. P., IAtfinu.
A. A. Titsworth, M. 8, C. E., Grapkimcs and

Julius Neimse, PH. I)., fiol.


a Atm* meave.













W. R. Duryee, D. D., Ethics, Evidences of
Christianity, and English Bible.
A. H. Chester, M. E., PH. D., D. Sc.,Chem.
and Min.; Curator Museum.
J. J. Brereton, 1st Lieut. 24th Infantry,
U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
J. C. Van Dyke,L. H. D., History of Art.
R. W. Prentiss, M. S., Math. and Astron.
E. R. Payson, PH. D., History and Art of


Teaching.


C. L. Speyers, PH. B., (A8o0.):OhJti
.. .. .. .. :..... :
Thomas Logie, PH. D., (As8o.)alm.
Languages. :.,+
.~~~. .. + ." ...... ; '
E. L. Barbour, Instr. Elocution. ': :
W. E..Breazeale, M. M. P., Inat.Z ai
Eugene Betts, M. S., Instr. ^6- O
W. S. Myers, M. S., F. C. S., in .tvZf
C. E. Adams, A. M., M. D., Is&'J
Culture; Dir. Gymnasium. :...


NEW MEXICO.


New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, MePlla -Parkt. ?
"" "* .. ':"7:


COURSES OF STUDY.
The courses of study are four: A course in agriculture, a course in meok
engineering, a course in civil engineering, and a scientific course.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


S. P. McCrea, Pres.; Psych. and Logic.
J. P. Owen, F. Pres.; Hist. and Polit. Sei.
A. E. Blount, M. A., Agr. and Hort.
E. 0. Wooton, B. S., Bot. and Geol.
C. T. Hagerty, B. S., Math. and Astron.
Arthur Goss, M. S., A. C., Chem.
A. E. Davisson, Prin. Prep. Dept.
T. D. A. Cockerell, Physiol., Ent., and Zool.
Horace Ropes, B. S., Civil and Mech.


Engine.


Ida M. Jones, Spanish; Asst. Prep. ..
Lola Dorego, Music, Elocution, and i
ing.
F. E. Lester, Sten. and Typewriting; C
R. F. Hare, M. S., Asst. Chem.
0(). L. Miller, Bookkeeping.
J. P. Stewart, Telegraphy.
Fabian Garcia, Asst. Agr. and Hfort.
Charles Mills, Foreman Wood Shop.


NEW YORK.


Cornell University, Ithaca.... "
COURSES OF ST1'DY. '
Among the numerous courses of study offered by the university is one which leads:;"
to the degree of bachelor of science in agriculture. This course requires four years ::.1
tbi completion, and during the last two years the student selects most of his studies :i
in those departments of the university in which he is interested. Post-graduate
courses leading to the degrees of M. S. and D. Sc. are provided, and special courses .
in subjects relating to agriculture are also arranged. :
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION."


Jacob G. Schurman, D. Sc., LL. D., Pres.
Geo. C. Caldwell, B. S., PH. D., Chentm. and
Agr. Chem.
James Law, F. R. C. V. S., Vet. Medicine
and Surgery.
Albert N. Prentiss, M.S., Bot., Hort., and
Arbor.
Isaac P. Roberts, M. AGR., Agr.
John H. Comstock, B. S., Ent. and Geneial
Invertebrate Zool.
L. H. Bailey, M. S., General and Experi-
mental Horr.
Geo. F. Atkinson, PH. B., (Asst.) Crypto-
gamnic Bot.


Henry H. Wing, M. S., (Asst.) Animal Ins ;-
dustry and Dairy Husbandry.
Louis M. Dennis, PH. B., B. S., (Asst,)
Anal. Chem.
Joseph E. Trevor, PH. D., (Asst.) Chem..
and Agr. Chem.
Willard W. Rowlee, D. Sc., (Asst.) Bot.
E. G. Lodeman, B. S., InsAr. Hort.
A. D. MacGillivray, Asst. in En?.
G. C. Watson, M. S., Asst. in Agr.
Jared Van Wagenen, jr., B. S. A., Instr. :.
Dairy Husbandry. .
W. W. Hall, Instr. Dairy Husbandry. I


Includes only instructors i, subjects directly relating to agriculture. Many other members of":
the university faculty may give instruction to students pursuing the course leading to the degrefl
B. S. ir, agriculture. ::
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M X. Mll, M. A., tgUS.
MI I'ry, M. S., ,or.
Rfid, w Henderona, Lieut. U. 8. N., JWii.
SW: TeuwdPh pa.
WC. X iddiek, B. A., C. E., Meek. and
3.LTatef A u at
i **L It. L. Yate, M. A., (Adjset) Marh.
IL B, Imery, B. 8., (Asti.) 'r.
C0.AL PrtoheUt, B. 8., Jotr. ,WwA.


UChas. kPearBou, B. E,., lnatr. Meek.
S. E. Asbury, B. S., InAsr. Chem.
B. F. Walton, B. 8., Iestr. Dairying.
F. P. Williamson, D. V. S., Lecturer om
Vet. Sd.
C. D. Fraucks, B. E., Thtor Subfreshman
Class.
Mrs. Sue C. Carroll, Matron.
J. B. Dunn, M. D., Physician.


NORTH DAKOTA.


North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo.


COURSES OF STUDY.


hneoare in agriculture requires four years for completion and leads to the degree
t B. 8. In addition to the regular course there is a short course in agriculture and
domatic economy, which requires three months in each of two consecutive winter
Meempletion.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


J. B. Power, Free.
I. F. Ladd, B. 8., Cham.
T. D. HiEebamch, M. S., V. S., Vet. Sei.
C. B. Waldron, B. S., Hord. and For.
H.I L. Bolley, M. S., oet. and ool.
. &. Keene, B. 8., Mth.
J. BEL hepperd, M. 8. A., Apr.
Mis M. B. Senn, M.


L. S. Bottenfield, M. A., Modern Languages.
H. W. McArdle, B. 8., Istr. Math.
W. H. Whalen, PH. B., aitr. English.
W. G. Hayden, Acoountaut and Bursar.
E. E. Kaufman, B. 8. A., Jeut. im .4gr.
Mrs. P. A. Evans, Lib.
WV. G. Hiatt, Supt. Farm.
S., Domestic Selace.


OHIO.


Ohio Stat Univerity, Columbu.


COVRnAn. OF NTI:DY.


T gSmerals courses of study are five, requiring four years each for completion, and
Jedug repetively to uthe degrees of B.A., Ph. B, and B. S. There are now three
comma leading to the degree of Ph. B.; in one the languages are Lattn and French,
l ui. lah German and French, while in the third English studies predominate. The
Ihll.wlg techlnioal courses are provided: A course for the degree of B. 8. Lnu agri.










VU119total joyI Uu Ia LL S AV Y%3"L 13~u> 1--- 3-* VVLL&OV^ -.,-A WAL%;i 1LLV5A.V%2 VA "_. 10a, all 14WIFv414.i
forestry, requiring four years; a course for the degree of D. V. M., r
years; a course preparatory to the study of medicine, requiring thbir.
course for the degree of C. E., requiring four years; two courses for .*ti:i.'
M. E., each requiring four years, one in mechanical engineering, and one in ilr
engineering; a course for the degree of engineer of mines, requiring four ya...
course for the degree of B. S. in industrial arts, requiring four years; coieflei
degree of graduate in pharmacy, requiring three years; a short course in Sgpi
ture, requiring two years; a short course in mining, requiring two years; a. iu
in ceramics or clay-making, requiring two years; and a course in dairying, aqnefr
three months. Provision is also made for post-graduate study J.!eading to degxM
r, v tirl f 'tr ,nn v r n rn t.n ro"tnrQ nrl w rk ""'


aCjLlU. ,ULm VuJfl 3 UC nt LLru'n LACWUPU&J fV IA f.*


BOARD OF IN


W. H. Scott, M. A., LL. D., Pres.; Philos-
ophy.
Edward Orton, PH. D., LL. D., Geol.
S. A. Norton, PH. D., LL. D., Chem.
N. S. Townshend, M. D. (Emeritus) Agr.
S. W. Robinson, C. E., Mech. Engin.
N. W. Lord, M. E., AMin. and Metallurgy.
S. C. Derby, M. A., Latin.
W. R. Lazenby, M. AGR Hort. and For.
J. R. Smith, M. A., Greek.
H. A. Weber, PH. D., Agr. Chenm.
B. F. Thomas, PH. D., Phys. and Elect.
Engin.
G. W. Knight, PH. D., Hist. and Polit. Sci.
H. J. Detmers, D. V. M., Vet. Surgery.
R. D. Bohannan, B. S., C. E., M. E., Math.
and Asir-on.
D. S. Kellicott, PH. D., Zool. and Ent.
C. N. Brown, C. E., Civil Engin.
E. A. Eggers, German.
Albert M. Bleile, M. D., Anat. and Physiol.
Eugene T. Wilson, 2d Lieut. 1st Artillery,
Lf. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
W. A. Kellerman, PH. D., Bot.
Thos. F. Hunt, B. S., Aqr.
Rev. A. C. Barrows, 31. A., D. D., English
Lit.
G. B. Kauffman, B. S., Pharmacy.
B. L. Bowen, PH. D., Romance Languages
and Lit.
J. V. Denny, B. A., Sec. Faculty; Rhet.
J. N. Bradford, M. E.. Drawiing.
A. L. Williston, B. S., Dir. Industrial Arts.
Edward Qrton, jr., M. E., Dir. Ceramics.
0. B. Jones, Lib.
R. I. Fult in, M. A., Elocution and Oratory.
G. W. McCoard, M. A., (Asst.) Math.
W. H. Siebert, M. A., (Asst.) Hist. and
Polit. Sci.
Wm. McPherson, jr., M. S., (Asst.) Chem.
F. C. Caldwell, B. A., (AsNt.)Elect. Engin.


..... .........

F. A. Ray, M. E., (At.) Mining E :
Dewitt Goodrich, (Asst.) Dairying.
B. B. Herrick, Lecturer on Cheese MA..'inS
W. KC. Moorehead, Curator. i
C. W. Mesloh, B. A., Asst., in German .
J. Ri. Taylor, B. A., Asst in Drawing s4*i:'Sl
Rhet. h
C. L. Arnold, B. S., Ast. in Math.
C. B. Morrey, B. A., Asst. in PhySiol. '
C. A. Dye, PH. G., Asst. in Pharmacy. ,,
L. M. Bloomfield, B. AGR., Ast. in Agr.i!
Chent. ,:
F. J. Combs, Foreman Forge Room.
E. A. Kemmler, C. E., Asset. in Civil Engi.
H. C. Lord, B. S., An8t. in Math. and--1
Astron.
J. E. Boyd, B. S., Asst. in Phya.
E. A. Hitchcock, M. E., Ait in P r eck. I
Engin.
Florence Bascom, PH. D., A8st. in Geol.
J. H. McGregor, B. S., Asst. in Biol. :
N. H. Brown, A8t. in Phye.
C. R. Watson, B. A., A88t. in Latin and
French.
Paul Fischer, D. V. M. Asst. in Vet. Medi-
cin. ne
D. S. White, D. V. M., A .sst. in Vet.;
Medicine.
C. V. Weick, Foreman Pattern Room.
W. A. Knight, Foreman Machine Room:
T. E. French, Asst. in Drawing.
E. Bradford, Keeper Clem. Storeroom. -
K. D. Swartzel, AAst. in M Bath.
Miss H. Townshend, As881. in Lib.
Miss N. Herrick, Asst. in Lib.
J. A. XVilgus, As8t. in list.
J. A. Ritchey, B. S., Asst. in Chem.
C. A. Davis, Asat. in Mining Chern.
E. F. M. Wilcox, Ast. in Bot. .
T. K. Lewis, B. S., Asst. i sinDrawing.
0. J. Bailey, Asst. in Dairying. ,


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Cego State Agricultural College, Corralli.


: COURSE8 OF STUDY.
Yb.l emmme of toMdy are three: A course in agriculture, requiring four years for
.pnliaand lading to the degree of B. 8. A.; a course in mechanical engineering,
as.klisg for years for completion and leading to the degree of B. M. E.; and a
e.vmwr eace in household economy (for girls) leading to the degree of B. H. E.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


A.L Ba5 IL.A.,,Pra.; MnL aud Moral
'*i:::" S s
J. Letkher, C. E., ath. and E gin.
F. Burehtold, M. A., Moder Laugsgee,
a ..., fmi and Mmus.
Mrgamet C. Snel, M. D., Heuehold Eoon.
. adftg Biee. .....
G. A. Cel ML. E., Meek. and Meek. Egin.
F. L. Wahbarn, B. A., Zool. and Ent.
H F. PrM M. S., Apr.
M. Craig, M.8., B L
0. W.Bhaw, M. A., Ayr. Chem.
J. e. H r, MN. A., &Egliek.
Oeorge Coote, iufhr. Her&.


W. W. Bristow, B.A., Prin. Prep. Dept.L;
Bookkeeping.
3. F. Fulton, B. S., Asst. Chem.
C. D. Thompson, B. A., Foreman Agr. Dept.
E. G. Emmett, B. M. E., Instr. Mech. Draw-
ing and BJiackmithing.
D. W. Prichard, Insetr. in Woodwork.
H. R. Clark, lash-. Printing.
Emile Pernot, Insir. Photography and
Pkotograrere.
Mrs. Ida Callahan, B.S., Antal. in Prep.
Dept.
C. E. Dentier, Lieut. llth Infautry, U. 8.
A., Mil. Sci.; Comnwandant.


PENNSYLVANIA.


Pemuylvania State College, State College.


COCKtSx OFr I t'DY.


The ourses of study are -a follows, each requiring fur years for completion unlemn
Siawise. specified: General seeience course; Latin scientific course; course in agri-
awl-eni; course in biology; course in chemistry; course in civil engineering; course
4A electrical engineering; course in mathematics; course iu mechanical engineering;
nmuse in mining engineering; course in physics; a special course in chemistry, and
SspeWial coarse in mining engineering, each requiring two years for completion,
-a1 shert courses in dairying, agriculture, andl mining, each lasting twelve weeks.
Theutb years' courses lead to the degree of B. 8., the diploma containing mention
MI .e of work pursued. Provision is also made for post-graduate study, leading to
Ivrwamed egrees, and fur preparatory work.












and Social Sci.
William A. Buckhout, M. S., Bot. and
Hort.
I. Thornton Osmond, M. S., M. A., Phys.
Harriet A. McElwain, M.A., Lady Prin.;
Hist.
Louis E. Reber, B. S., M. A., Mech. and
Mech. Engin.
William Frear, PH. D., Sec. Faculty; Agr.
Chem.
Geo. G. Pond, M. A., PH. D., Chentm.
Henry P. Armsby, PH. D., Lecturer on
Animal Chem. and Cattle Feeding.
Edwin E. Sparks, M. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.
Henry J. Waters, B. A. S., Agr.
Henry T. Feruald, PH. D., Zool.
Benjamin Gill, M. A., Latin.
William C. Thayer, M. A., Modern Lan-
giages.
E. W. McCaskey, 1st Lieut. 21st Infantry,
U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
M. C. Ihlseng, M. E., C. E., PH. D., Minig
Engine. and Geol.
J. P. Jackson, B. S., M. E., Elect. Engin.
T. W. Kinkaid, U. S. N., (Assoc.) Mech.
Engin.
Fred E. Foss, C. E., Civil Engin.
Josep)h M. Willard, B. A., Math.
Albert S. Bolles, Econ. and Commercial
Law.


H. H. Stoek, B. S., M. E., (A*n):
Engin. and Metallurgy.
M. M. Garver, B. S., (Ant.) PA
F. E. Tattle, B. A., P-. D., (A..
and M in. .........
W. M. Towle, B. S., (Ant.) Practioa.l
E. W. Runkle, M. A., PH. D.,( st
and Ethics. : ...o,
F. L. Pattee, M.A., (Asst.) ng a
Rhet. :::
Jennie J. Willard, Ipstr. Music, :::
T. R. Beyer, B. S., C. E., Intr.is Cvim;gft i
Anna E. Redifer, Instr. Industrial Art. aiwl
Design.
M. J.Thompson, B.A., Instr. Math. ..i:
J. H. Tudor, C. E., M. S., Instr. Math,
Hervey E. Dunkle, B. S., Asst. in M ,
Drawing.
J. A. lIunter,jr., B. S., Instr. Mech.Engi#1 .
H. A. Lardner, B. S., Instr. Agr .... 4
P. B. Brenemau, B. S., Anst. in Civil Egin.j"'
W. H. Rebhun, B. S., Asst. in Chen. Lab.
L. W. Matter, B. S., Asst. in English. '-
W. 0. Farnsworth, M. A., Asst. i' Fren ii
and German. ::
G. T. Sellew, M. A., s1118tr. in Prep. Depti:.,
English and Latin. :::::
J. M. Wolfe, M.A., Instr.in Prep. De p.'
Math. ".i
G. W. Hoskins, Dir. Physical Training. :


RHODE ISLAND..
'":":.
Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Kingsaton.
:,. ."'..
COURSES OF STUDY. ".
Extended courses are offered in mathematics, agriculture, practical and theoret.
ical mechanics, engineering, horticulture, botany, ch emistry-general, agricultural,.
pharmaceutical, and organic; art, history, English, French, German, Latin, biology,


and political economy.


BOARD OF INI


STRUCTION.


John H. Washburn, PH. D., Pres.; Chem. F. A. Lane, Instr. Mech. Drawiing and Sur-
Chas. 0. Flagg, B. S., Agr. reying.
L. F. Kinney, B. S., Hort. M. P. Helme, Instr. Drawing.
Homer J. Wheeler, PH. D., Geol. A. B. Peckham, B. A., Insir. English and '....
A. L. Bosworth, B. S., Math. Hist.
E. J. Watson, M. A., Languages. W. T. Lee, Insir. Chem. and Phys.
Win. E. Drake, B. S., Mekch. Engin. Samuel Cushman, Lecturer on Bee Keeping.
0. C. Wiggin, M. D., Biol. A. C. Scott, Asst. Instr. Chenm.
H. L. Merrow, M. A., Bot. W. B. Madison, B. S., Asst. Instr. HoBert.,
W. W. Wotherspoon, Capt. Twelfth In- Geo. C. Ammonds, B. S.. Asst. Instr. Mehk.
fantry, U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics. Geo. A. Rodman, B. S., Asst. Instr. Mech.
J. D. Towar, B. S., (Assoc.) Agr. S. W. Slocum, B. S., Asst. Instr. Mech.
Thos. C. Rodinan, Instr. Woodwork. John F. Knowles, B. S.. Asst. Instr. Meak.:" .
R. A. Wilber, B. S., Asst. Instr. Mech. .
Nathaniel Helme, Met." i
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W. W Pi. Williams Welch, nstr. Drawing.
V!tMsuilHBRisL. J. F. C. Du Pre, Instr. Short.
t'. Q. Dmaldsx,Jr., Lieut. U. S. A., Mil. W. M. Yager, Insir. Drawing.
|il,,,J" W. F. Moncreift, Tutor English.
& Iaptiss, (Amic.) Oin and Meek. E. M. Blythe, Tutor En.glish.
&im.-'**' A. Shanklin, Tutor Math.

000SW.. of Ariculture and Mechanics' Institute, of Clafli University,
|i:":Orangeubrg.
COURSES OF STE'DY.
," The regular oommas of study are ten: The college classical course, requiring four
pmu for completion, and leading to the degree of B. A.; the college scientific course,
ImqtAmg four years, and leading to the degree of B. 8.; the agricultural course,
peqxuidag four years, and leading to the degree of B. S.; the preparatory classical
omHMes, preparatory scientific, preparatory agricultural, and preparatory normal
I srMs, requiring three yur. each, and leading to a certificate; the higher English
emoas, requiringtwo years, and leading to a certificate; the common English course,
nq tuldng six years, and leading to a certificate; instrumental music course, relinir-
lug heryesn, and loading to a certificate. Ten industrial courses are also provided,
to be pursued in connection with the courses above.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
L.M.DLuten, M. A., D. D., Pres.; A4r. Mrs. C. D. Mead, Lib.
J.&Heyward, M.A., Pky. &8i. W. R. A. Palmer, D. D., Greek and Lit.
Mm. Li. M. Dunton, M. A., Preceptrns; Chan. H. Sears, Pedagogics; Prim. Englisk
RISt. ad La. Seo oos.
W.L.Bulkley, M.A., Latia, Germanm, and Joseph C. Hartzell, jr.. Biol. and mMin.
Lit. C.D. Mead, M. A.. r. Pres.
SMma'tisrGlover, B. A.,Hit. and P"iUt. Si. C. Bates, Drawing.
J r. stores, D. D., Matk.; I.str. English M. Louise Linebarger, Musac

K SOUTH DAKOTA.

SSoth Dakota Aioltra urmColege, frookng.
J| CO' RSKS OF STUDY.
!The ..i. flumess of study are four: A course in agriculture, a course in domestic
W ya, a eCorse in mechanic arts, and a course in phanermacy. The Afirst three
J| O Maur years for completion and lead to the degree of B. 8.; the last requires
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in mechanic arts are now offered and a one-year course in irrigation eni
special winter course of three months in dairying and veterinary inec
offered and a short course in steam engineering.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Louis McLouth, M. A., PH.
Nellie E. Folsom, B. S., Preceptress; Instr.
Languages.
J. H. Shepard, B. S., Chem.
W. H. H. Phillips, M. A., PH. D., Math.
Lilla A. Harkins, B. S., Domestic Econ.
D. A. Cormack, D. V. S., Vet. Sci.
E. C. Chilcott, Agr.
John M. Parkinson, M. A., LL. B., Hist.
and Polit. Econ.
L. C. Corbett, B. S., Hort. and For.
A. S. Frost, 1st Lieut. 25th Infantry, U. S.
A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
H. N. Ott, PH. M., Zool. and Animal Pa-
thology.
T. A. Williams, M. S., Bot. and Ent.
Alice E. Holt, B. L., English and Phys.
Culture.
A. W. Williams


D., Pres.; Astron. and Phys. ....
A. C. Solberg, B. S., lsetr. Wand
and Mekch. Drawing.............
H. H. Wheaton, Dairy Sd. ................
Carrie M. Barton, Instr. Fr .e-HatWi
ing and Wood Carving. ..;:, .
Loren E. Winslow, Instr. Sitem. cd "J..
writing. '
C. G. Hopkins, M. S., Asst. in C em..:
Austin B. Crane, M. S., Asst. in Mtih, .
Hubert B. Bathews, B. S., Asst. Pg
and Mfet. ...:.:' 1;
Ed. F. Hewit, Sec. and Steward. ,
Daniel R. Willson, B. Mus., Inst. M. f
cal and Inst. Music. ....
Gilbert A. Young, B. S., Instr. it WoOd
work.
Marcus Johnson, Engin. and Steam Aitter
a, Foreman Farm.


TENNESSEE. '"
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State Agricultural and Mechanical College of the University of Tennessee, i.
Knoxville.


COURSES OF STUDY.


The courses of study are eight: Literary course, scientific course, course in agri-...":'
culture, course in civil engineering, course in mechanical engineering, course in
electrical engineering, course in mining engineering, and course in pedagogy. The ;
degrees of B. A. and B. S. are conferred.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


C. W. Dabney, jr., PH. D., LL. D., Pres.*


W. W. Carson, C. E., Civil Engin.
T. W. Jordan, M. A., Latin.
C. E. Wait, C. E., M. E., Chenm.
J. B. Henneman, M. A., PH. D., English
and German.
*C. F. Vanderford, Agr. and Hort.
L. D. Tyson, 1st Lieut. 9th Infantry,
U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics.
T. C. Karns, M. A., Hist., Philosophy, and
Pedagogy.
C. D. Schmitt, M. A., Math.
G. F. Mellen, PH. D., Greek and French.
J. M. Black, B. A.,


Charles A. Perkins, PH. D., Phys. aZd
Elect. Engin.
Charles W. Turner, M. A., Lecturer on.,
Hist.
J. R. McColl, B. S., Supt. Shops.'
R. L. Watts, B. A., Instr. Hort.
Charles Ferris, B. S., Instr. in Drawing. -
S. M. Bain, B. S., Instr. Bot.
Claude Lowry, B. S.. Instr. Math.
C. E. Chambliss, M. S., Instr. in Zool. ,
A. B. Wegener, Instr. Phys. Culture. :
Edwin Wiley, B. S., Lib. .
Instr. English. .


H. T.-Livingston, Instir. Latin and Greek.

On leave.


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N.S% in hut LSiWr. au ArMSUrC,
U A,., NILSL; Cosmaadsat.
.k feis, D. V. M, Ft. Sa.
|P.L G1sebek E., Drawing.
J.U.NslghK* A., M. C. E., Civil Eain.
:::- '! **^m !qi

W. HButum, Ayibk aGi M.
P.rmits., KL, (Ase.) Cha.
ALLBooks, B. 9, (Adjunct) Math.
W.B.PhUpoIttKIL.S (Me.) English and
ARA4dKf


sj. W. peui), 15. 5.1 v., rj. (Agar.) tair"
Engin. and Pkhys.
Robert T. Bray, M. E., C. E., (Ast.) Meek.
Engin.
J. Clayton, (Awoe.) Agr.
A. C. Gilleepie, M. D., Surgeon.
3. H. Carter, See.
E. W. Hutchinson, B. C. E., Bookkeeper.
Bernard 8bisa, Steward.
C. A. Lewis, Foreman Carpenter Shop.
J. W. Carson, B. 8., Foreman Farm.


frta voiew state Normal SChOOl, rrarte yew.


COURSE OF STUDY.


Tihe course in agriculture requires two years for completion.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.
8. C. Anderson, M. A., Prin.


C. W. Lieckie, B. A.
M. H. Brogles.
J. D. Johns.
Leoaora Arvy.
E. H. Holmes.


Assistants.
J. H. Reed, B. A.
Paul Bledsoe.
E. A. Daule.
W. B. Woodruff, B. 8.
Harriet F. Kimbro.


UTAH.


AuloaltBal College of Utah, Leogan.


COURSES OF STUDY.


M ller work includes five distinctive lines of instruction: Course in agricul-
Sm seww in domestic art, course in mechanical engineering, course in civil
lameiftg, emamercial course. There are three special course: A two years'
nu in agriculture, a two years' course in domestic arta, a course in irrigation
imi Wg, sad a preparatory department. In addition to these special courses
nohS bmn eqrganized two courses of winter lectures covering tea weeks each:
eW of agrimultural lectures and a course of lectures for the domestic arts


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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


Joshua H. Paul, PH. B., Pres.:
E. S. Richman, M. S. A., fort. and Bot.
J. M. Sholl, B. M. E., Mekch. Engin.
J. T. Caine, jr., Instr. Prep. Dept.
A. A. Mills, B. S., Agr.
S. S. Twombly, M. S., D. V. S., Chem. and
Vet. Sci.
F. B. Linfield, B. S. A., Animal Husbandry
and Dairying.
J. E. Shepard, Prin. Commercial Dept.
Mrs. S. W. Eddy, Instr. Prep. Dept.
E. J. MacEwan, M. A., English and Modern
Languages.
James Dryden, Instr. Commercial Dept.


Mental, Moral, and PoUt. 8+.." i
Mrs. E. J. MacEwan, B. S., I ....
Clare Kenyon, Elocution; Lib.
F. W. Brewer, M. A., M. D., Biol. :I
J. W. Mayo, Shopwork and Drawisg. i
H. D. Styer, 1st Lieut. 13th Infaw
U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Math. -i
S. Fortier, B. S.A., C. E., Civil .ada
draulice Engin. I
W. S. Langton, Instr. Prep. Dept. :
J. A. Widtsoe, B. S., Phys. and Mim,.
Dalinda Cotey, M. S., Domestic Eoon.
Karl Schaub, Free-Hand Drawing.
W. Fogelberg, Instrumental Musk.ic,


VERMONT. i

University of Vermont and State Agricultural College, Burlington.

COURSES OF STUDY. Y'

In the department of agriculture the courses of study are four; the agricultural:
course requiring four years and leading to a degree; the short course in agriculture
requiring two years; the special course of'one year, and the dairy-school courmse:l
occupying four weeks.
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. .

M. H. Buckham, D. D., Pres.; Polit. and Social Philosophy.
V. G. Barbour, PH. B., C. E., Civil Engin. A. A. Brigham, B. S., Agr.
G. H. Perkins, PH. D., Natural Hist. L. J. Huff, Modern Languages.
Fredk. Tupper. PH. D. English Language H.E.Tutherly, Capt. IstCavalry, U.S.A.,
and Lit. and Elocution. Mil. Tactics. I
N. F. Merrill, PH. D., Chem. A. W. Slocum, Instr. Math. and Phys.
A. L. Daniels, D. S., Math. and Phys L. R. Jones, PH. B., Bot. |
J. W. Votey. C. E., Civil Engin. J. L. Hills, B. S., Agr. Chem.
Horatio Loomis, D. Sc., Min. A. W. Ayer, Mech. Engin.
H. B. Chittenden, M. A., Instr.English. F. A. Rich, Inster. Vet. Sci.
W. E. Simpson, Dairying.


VIRGINIA.

Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College, Blacksburg.

COURSES OF STUDY.


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


























SUK A., MU. S. ead Taetee: (Ant).
o" P.. cte Phi.
I. S& mmdoLph, N.. K, Mesh. Ems.
B. P. Whittle, B. 8.,


J. W. Stull, B. 8., Asst. is Math.
IR. E. Wright, B. S., Ant. in Meek. Engle
F. D. Wilson, B. 8., At. in CheAn.
Ant. is Elect. Enmgm.


Kamptoa Nsormal and Agricultural Institute, Hampton.


COURSE OF STUDY.


SITe!!I. ea1s.a of study requires three years for completion and diploma is given on

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


H. B. Friwssell, D. D., I
IL B. Tuner, Pasletr; Bible lessomas.
Ge F. Peabody, Trew. (New York).
F. Chek ter, AJt. lne '(Hampton).
F. C. Briggp, Buias Agent.
Alert Howe, Sap&. of Indutrim.
Marth M. Waldron, M. D., Resident Phy-

Aw a E. Herron, Lib.
Eily Herreno, MAst. Lib.
Elizabeth Clark, Lady Prim.; Makth.
E ftmbeth Hyde, is Charge of Academic

Jsmphie E. Richards, s Charge of Indian
DqpL
C. L. Goodrich, Agr.
C. C. Tucker, Manl Traitnim .
Usia W. Ludlow, Rat. aad Cmapeitim.
n: a Freeman, Readig and Lt.
Ml-urinU J. Sherman, Grammar and Con-

JaL K.Davis, S&ience.
Jm L. Worcester, iUt. and GeOgrephy
Als X Baeconm, Cu U G;wmenM and


'rim.; Mental Philosophy.
Catherine Condell, Training.
Jessie F. Andrus, Grammar and Physiol.
Mary R. Hamlin, Geography.
Cora Moore, English.
Mary Gray Clark, English.
Emma Johnston, Arithmetic.
Mary W. Nettleton, Methods.
Mary Ellery, Drawing.
Annie BIecher Scoville, Bible aed Hist
Bernette Bachelder. Arithmetic.
Bemie Cleveland, Music.
Flora F. Lowe, Arithmetic and Grammar.
C. Gumie Adams, Reading, Language, and
Arithmaetic.
Alice I. Boardman, Reading and Arithmetic.
Fannie S. Hillard, Reading and Arilhmetie.
Marian Metealf, Bible and Reading.
Grace Nettleton, SI. and Langumage.
Grace E. Howes, Phyg. Culture.
M. A. Price, Clara Snow, Louise Cleave.
land, and Or. Brown, Indianl teacher
(distlnctivewy).


















English language and literature, economic science and history, elecoti i"Md
ing, steam engineering, hydraulic engineering, mill engineering, m ilIflp
and tactics; and supplemental courses in German, French, Latin, and.. '".

BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.

E. A. Bryan, M. A., Pres.; Hist. and Polit. Soi. .......::: .....::
Nancy L. Van Doren, Preceptress and Lib.; 0. L. Waller, PH. M., Math a::idi
English Lit. Engin. "
C. V. Piper, M. S., Bot. and Zool. Elton Fulmer, M. A., Ches. :
W. J. Spillman, M. S., Agr. F. T. Dow, B. M. E., Foremanan S
Geo. E. Stockle, 2d Lieut. 10th Cavalry, Shops and Shop Practice. 'ii
U. S. A., Mil. Sci. and Tactics. G. H. Watt, B. 8., Prin. Prep. D4q..,
John A. Balmer, Hort. and For. Annie Howard, (Asst.) EngliUsh. La:
A. R. Saunders, M. E., Mech. Engine. and and Lit.i:,
Phys. C. C. Fletcher, A8st. in Cklier. .


WEST VIRGINIA.


West Virginia University, Morgantown.


COURSES OF STUDY.


The courses of study are five, each requiring four years for completion: 0Clauutt
course, leading to the degree of B. A.; scientific course, leading to the degree
B. S.; course in mechanical engineering, leading to the degree of B. S. M. E..; ou0t
in civil engineering, leading to the degree B. S. C. E.; and course in agricIlA
leading to the degree of B. Agr. There is also a department of law, in which 1|!
degree of Lb. B. is given. Post-graduate work and preparatory work are also p6 :
vided. :!
BOARD OF INSTRUCTION. ::


P. B. Reynolds, D. D., Acting Pres.: Meta-
physics and Polit. Sci.
B. C. Alderson, M. A., Ancient Languages
and Lit.
J. I. Harvey, M. A., PH. D., Modern Lan-
guages and Lit.
T. C. Miller, M. A., Prin. Prep. Dept.;
Pedagogy.
St. G. T. Brooke, LL. D., Common and
Statute Law.
W.P. Willey, M. A., Equity Jurisprudence.
A. R. Whitehill, PH. D., Chein. and Phys.


J. W. Hartigan, M. A., M. D., DI So., iwk
F. D. Ramsey, Lieut. 9th Infantry, U1.Si
Mil. Sci. and Tactics. : .
J. L. Johnston, C. E., Civil Engin. .
F. W. Rane, M. S., Agr.
W. S. Aldrich, M. E., Mehek. Engine. '.
Mech. Arts. :
R. A. Armstrong, M. A., English. :
S. B. Brown, M. A., Geol. .
A. J. Hare, B. A., Asst. in Prep. Dept: '
Clara Hough, Lib. :
J. S. Stewart, M. S., Math. .:


The West Virginia Colored Institute, Farm.


COURSES OF STUDY.


The courses of study are three: A course in agriculture, requiring three years t
completion; a mechanical course; and a normal course...
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BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


SsK. Adams, LL. D., Pro.
W<..Lmry, L&AGoL, Dos; Ayr.
L. hb PH. D., Agr. Ckm.
r. IL EKi, 4rp. fu,.
WA 04C, HgerA. .and Be. BB.
EL s D oineD, flPI D., Bact
i. Paingto., M. S., (Ann.) Dairy

r. W. Well, n. s., ChTi.
. A- OttSig, B. 8. A., 41ima Huebaedry.
...L King, JI. PwctiesZ Meek.
T. A. Stanley, Iutyr.


A. W. Richter, M. E., Instr. Dairy Engin.
W. G. Clark, V. 8., Vet. 8d.
J. W. Decker, B. AGR., Istr. Cheee
Making.
H. J. Noyes, fxetr. Butter Making.
E. H. Hageman, Instr. at Separators.
F. Walker, Instr. at Separators.
W. E. Done, lbstr, at Butter Worker.
J. E. Knott, Inestr. Cheese Making.
F. Wismer, IMtr. Cheese Making.
E. J. Bennett, Imtr. Farm Dairying.
Farm Bookkeeping.


WYOMING.


tUs of A culture of the University of Wyoming, Laramie.


COURSE OF STUDY.


The eause of study in the department of agriculture requires four years for com-
brimN ad leads to the degree of B. Agr.


BOARD OF INSTRUCTION.


A.A. Johnaoa, M. A., D.D., Pre..
J. D. Coeley, Pi. D., Pkjy. and Geol.
Avem Nelson, 8., M. A., ABot.
linty eMer, M.A., Poet"3d.
pra N. McDonald, V. A., Eand. sad Rug
tint


B. C. Buffum, M. 8., Agr. and Hort.
)L. C. Colburn, B. 8., Meck. Engin. anud
Ma"Ak.
E. C. Bullock, ist Lieut. 7th Cavalry,
U. 8. A., MUl. Sed. and Tactie, and Math.
E. E. Slowo, M. 8., Chem.



















OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN AGRICULTU
COLLEGES AND EXPERIMENT STATIONS.
________ ^ ..... *::Li:'. :'iu
.. ..: in ^ ii!

President, ......
H E .. l...o:
H. E. ALVORD, of Oklahoma. I


Vice-Pr


A. A, JOHNSON, of Wyoming;
A. Q. HOLLADAY, of North Carolina;
0. CLUTE,


Secretary an


residents,

T. B. COMSTOCK, of New Mexico,; .:
E. B. CRAIGHEAD, of South Carolina..:
of Florida. ..

d Treasurer, '
"1-. ... '-'


J. H*. WASHBURN, O- Kaode Island.


Bibliographer,


S. W. JOHNSON, of Connecticut.


Executive Corn mittee,


H. H. GOODELL, of Massachusetts, Chair.; M. A. SCOVELL, of Kentucky;
H. C. WHITE, of Georgia; H. P. ARMSBY, of Pennsylvania;
Ex officio: The PRESIDENT; the JUNIOR EX-PRESIDENT (S. D. LEE, of Missis
the SECRETARY.


Chairmen of Sections,

Agriculture and Chemistry, E. B. VOOR- College v
HEES, of New Jersey; Entomokl
Botany and Horticulture, S. M. TRACY, Mechanic


I,;:
::. :!.:a
rork, A. W. HARRIS, of Maineri
gy, C. P. GILLETTE, of Colorad.;
c Arts, J. K. PATTERSON, of Ken-!


UI ib]ississippi LuCKy. A

Secretaries of Sections,

Agriculture and Chemistry, C.C. GEORGE- College work, H. H. WING, of New Y6rk1'
SON, of Kansas; Entomology, J. M. ALDRICH, of Idaho;,;
Botany and Horticulture, W. R. LAZENBY, Mechauic Arts, F. P. ANDERSON, of ReAfi.:
of Ohio; tucky. 1
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H. A. HUSTON, of Indiana.


Floe-President,


B. B. Ross, of Alabama.

Scretar y and Treasurer,


EL W. WaLxY, of the IT. S. Department of Agriculture.


Fecu.ftire Committee,


The PRESIDENT; the VICE-PRESIDEINT; the SECRETARY;
B. H. JENKINS, of Connecticut; F. W. WOLL, of Wisconsin.


Reporters,


o: smphoric acid, B. W. KILGORE, of
S Mrth Carolina;
Nitrogen, J. M. BArrLrrz, of Maine;
Pebth, H. J. WHEELER, oft Rhode Island;
Alb and aah, A. M. PETiR, of Kentucky;
Dairy products, E. H. FARIXNGTON, of
WlhloiS;


Foods and feeding stuffs, H. J. PATTER-
SON, of Maryland;
Fermented and distilled liquors, G. E.
COLBY, of California;
Sugar, E. E. EWELL, of Washington. D.C.;
Tanniu,W. H. KRUG, of Washington, D.C.


Aesociate Reporter,


Phosphoric aeid, H. B. McDoLNNELL, of Dairy products, L. L. VAN Si.YK, of New
Maryland; York;
NitrMgen, J. P. STREET, of New Jersey; Foods and feeding stuffs, J. B. LlISrT,
Potafth, A. L. WanTO-, of Connecticut; of Massachusetta;
Seoland ash, ARTHUR Go. of New Mex- Fermented and distilled liquors, W. D.
heo; BzGo.Low, of Washington, I). C.;
Sugar, H. H. NIJCHOLSO., of. Nebraska;
Taunini, G. A. Kuan, of Indiana.

bt1mra Committee,

SWnUJA FREAK, of Pennsylvania; W. E. L.ONE, of Indiana;
IL. EL Loeutaxlu, of California; W. D. BIoRLOW, of Wshington. D. C.;
JOHN P. STEr.T, of New Jersey.

G Committee to Edit Methods of A alysis,

IL I. L.Va SX Y i&x, of New York; IL0. DRoons,D of Went Virginia;
li. iW. D. B 1 sLOW, of Washington, I). C.
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1893.
October......
1894.
January.....
January.....
February....
April........
May.......


Bulletin 51.....
Annual Report..
Bulletin 52 ....
Bulletin 53......
Bulletin 54......
Bulletin 55......
Bulletin 56......


May......... Bulletin 57......


Vegetables.
Sixth Annual Report, 1893.
Corn and Cotton.
A New Milk or Water Sterilizer.
Tobacco.
A New Disease of Cotton-Cotton-Boll Rot.
Experiments in Crossing for the Purpose of Improving
Fiber.
Fertilizers Required by Cotton as Determined by the
the Plant.


ARIZONA STATION.


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1893. .* .
November... Bulletin 9....... Insects and Insecticides. -*d
December ... Bulletin 10...... Experimental Work at Willcox. ::.:
December Bulletin 11...... Pumping Water for Irrigation. .:.. .. ?
Annual Report. Financial Report, 1893. :::
1894. Series II. "
June 30......-- Bulletin 1....... Preliminary Report of Observations on the Crown-Knot."


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ARKANSAS STATION.


1893.
December


1894.
January ....


March.....


June........


July........


Bulletin 25.....

Annual Report
Bulletin 26-.....


Bulletin 27.....


Bulletin 28......


Bulletin 29......


September ... I Bulletin 30... ..


Annual Report.


Unsound Corn and Forage as a Cause of Disease in Live S:o$ k...
Colics in Horses and Mules. Some Further Experiments with :,I
Cattle. Texas Fever. .
Sixth Annual Report, 1893. : ... .*l
:. ...,......... .
Spraying Apple Trees. Spraying for Apple Scab. Spraying "fo..ii
Bitter Rot. Prevalence in the State of Apple Scab and BitterRo, !.iii
Varieties of Apples in the State Reported as Surest Bearer'.U*^i
Some Apples Adapted to all Sections of the State. Arkansfl .:'..i
Seedling Apples. ....'
Late Crops for Overflow Lands. Corn: Varieties for all Sections of.. iii
the State. Corn Culture. Rotation of Crops. Cotton: Egyptia '...."
Varieties. Cotton Culture. Stack Frame for Curing and Storing :
Cowpea Hay. Cowpea Hay. Forage Plants. Oats for Hay. ,
Rye for Green Winter Feeding. Fertilizer Experiments, withQy. y ,i
Onions from Seed. Salsify, or Oyster Plant. Fall-Raiseed'Irt .'..-J
Potatoes. Preparation of Soil for Cotton. Bermnda Gamp :
Pocket Gopher. Moles. :::.
Wheat Experiments on Sandy Loam Soil at Newport Substation. ,.
Some Grass Experiments on Clay Loam Soil at Fayetteville.
Feeding Standards. Some Arkansas Stock Foods. Compounding.-
Rations. "'
Seventh Annual Report, 1894. ..


CALIFORNIA STATION.


1893.
December 15.
1894.
April........
October......
December....


Bulletin 103....
Bulletin 104....
Bulletin 105....
Bulletin 106.....


Distribution of Seeds and Plants. .''
Investigations of California Olives and Olive Oils. ". .-.
The Canlaigre, or Tanners' Dock. Australian Salt Bush for Alkali' ."ill....
Soil.. ':":"*
Distribution of Seeds, Plants, and Scions. ,::


:.,' "::
SA list of publications issued by the stations prior to January 1. 1892, was published in the Expe :.:.:ii
ment Station Record. Vol. III, p. u37, and a list of those issued during 1892 and 1893 in Bulletin 19:
of the Office of Experiment Stations, p. 61. ;',t.
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Date.


Publication.


Title.


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CO''NECTICUT STORRS STATION.


S." ..: :"... .

M Anmul Report. Sixth Annual Report, 183.

... BuietiSMn 12...... The Ripenina of Cream by Artificial Bacteria Cultures.
... .. Buet 13a...... RatBons Fed to MUch Cows in Connecticut.


DELAWARE STATION.



JU Annal Report. Fifth Annual Report, 182.
eftori ... -BuDedn 22...... The Preparation of Ammonimcal Solution of Copper Carbonate.

b -..-..... Bulletin 23...... Texas Fever.
y......... Bl 2eti 24-...... Strswberries: Test of Varieties.


FLORIDA STATION.


nut
os~.
Nevaber
Dasambar ...
a
Jmwy -.-.


Rufletluti.--.
Bulleftin ......
Bulletin U U......
Bulletisn 24......


The TmnSto and Some of Its DIseases.
Fertlizers: How to Make and How to Use Them.
aInseetlede as and Fungicidem.
Annual Report. 18=.


GEORGIA STATION.


Bu/letin Z*-...-..
Bulleti 3......
Annaul Report.
BuIleta314......


Mamurs md Fertillhure.
Fntiliwr, Culturr. sld Variety Expertments on Corn.
sad Vwriey Tes t sm m ield Pea.
Sixth Anau Report, 18.


Variety. Ferwtmr. md Culture rperlmaS
Croam ad Hybsrids.


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1893.
October......
1894.
January .....
April ........
July.........


Bulletin 5....
Bulletin 6.......
Bulletin 7.....
Bulletin 8.......


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The Relation of Meteorology to the Agricultural Interemt. et|di
First Annual Report, 1893. ::;,|
Insecticides and Spraying. : :
Water and Water Analyses. :.
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ILLINOIS STATION.


1893.
December....
December....

1894.
March.......
March .......
April........
June9.......
August......
August......
August......


Bulletin 28..... r
Bulletin 29......
Annual Report
Bulletin 30....
Bulletin 31......
Bulletin 32.....
Bulletin 33....
Bulletin 34......
Bulletin 35.- .
Bulletin 36......
Annual Report.


Grapes: Test of Varieties. A Grape Disease.
Training.
Orange Rust in Raspberries and Blackberries.
Scientific Agriculture.
Sixth Annual Report, 1893.


Grapes: Method
A New Factor


Blackberries and Raspberries: Variety Tests and Management.
Corn and Oats Experiments, 1893. :
An Acid Test of Cream. :
The Chinch Bug in Illinois, 1894. Alkaline Tablets for Testing thq:::
Acidity of Cream. Certified Tests of Dairy Cows. ".
Experiments with Wheat, 1893-'94. Experiments with Oats, 1F34.
The Russian Thistle in Illinois. .
Stock Feeding in Illinois. Index to Bulletins 17 to 36. :
Seventh Annual Report, 1894.


INDIANA STATION.


1893.
Annual Report,. Sixth.Annual Report, 1893.
1894.
January-..-. Bulletin 48...... Experiments with Small Fruits.
March..--..... Bulletin 49...... Sugar Beets.
April........ Bulletin 50...... Field Experiments with Corn and Oats.
August...... Bulletin 51.-----. Field Experiments with Wheat. Forms of Nitrogen for Wheat.
November... Bulletin 52----- Wild, or Prickly, Lettuce.


IOWA STATION.


1893.
Bulletin 22.---.... A Study in Churning. Composite Samples at the CreameryC
Chiomate Preservatives. Rennet Extracts of Commerce. The
Use of Sand Cherries for Stocks. Rose Hybrids.
Bulletin 23...... Soiling. A Study of Ripening Corn. Notes on Injurious Irnsets.
Results of Crodsing Cucurbits. Notes on a few Common Fungus
Diseases. Sugar*Beets in Iowa. Rainfall Record.
1894.
Bulletin 24.-----. Steer and Heifer Beef. Changes during Cheese Ripening. Experi-
ment.b with Fungicides. Corn Insects. Their Injuries and Howto
Treat, Them. Index to Volume II, Bulletins 13 to 24, inclusive.
Bulletin 25...... Feeding Winter Dairy Cows. Calf Feeding. Specific Gravity and
Weight of Wheat Seed. Report on Separators. Creaming by
Gravity. Corn Meal vs. Grass with Stock Steers. Actinomycosis
and the lodid Treatment. Rainfall Record.
Bulletin 26...... The Russian Thistle.


KANSAS STATION.


1893.
December....
December....
December. -.
December....
December....
1894.
May ........
A1ugust......


Bulletin 41......
Bulletin 42......
Bulletin 43......
Bulletin 44......
Bulletin 45......
Annual Report.
Bulletin 46......
Bulletin 47......


The Effect of Fungicides upon the Germination of Corn.
Experiments with Oats.
Experiments with Sorghum and Sugar Beets.
Further Study of Native Grapes.
Experiments with Corn.
Sixth Annual Report, 1893.
Rusts of Grain, II.
Experiments with Wheat. Experiments in Feeding Steers, III.


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LOUISIANA STATIONS.


iS Sted Series
S. Bullena 28 ...... Analyses of Commrcial Fsrtilirsand Othpr Substances Imful to
Annua.. ..o. t Agriculture.
A nnu alU Report iSixth Annual Report 189I .
ii Blle ... tin U..... Saur Ce: Field Experimenta-Pbysical and Pbhystol ;iiiL BallctiB25--..... Tobtco_
DBUllUth ...... -Squ Cane: Field Experlments-Varletie. of Cane, and Stripel r.
1:: Prple.
Booth 27...... Horticulture: Resulats of the Year 1883.
Bulletin 28...... Report of the Farm, 189. Report of the Veterivarian. Report of
tke Entomologisat.
Bullet n29...... Report of Results for 193 at Calhoun, Louisiana.
Bulletin u30...... Sweet Potatoes.
BAflti31l...... Domestic and Commercial Fertilizers: Residlt ot Five Yeanri with
Our Staple Crop..


MAINE STATION.


I M Second Seri. i
&,5soyt.... Buldein 5......
J Ju... B uetm........
..,:Balu in 8 .......I
SMmrfl ...... Batlletins....
r IButiI1......
I Affl...Bauletiai2....
iSSwI*... BalieiiullR...
i s l Bulletin 12......
l 1....... Ba elin 13 ......
| >,gll- S. i Buleotin 1......


Annual Report. 1893.
Waste of Fat in Skimmed Milk by tbi- I-le'p-Setting l'r-wes.
Fruit Culture: Varieties.
Imapsetion of Fertilizerw.
Spray lug Experiments.
Cauliflowers.
Corn as a Snlage Crop.
Potatoes A Comparison of the Trench system with ordinaryy Coulure.
The Suppreasion if 1kovine Tiuberculos t and (Lknderr.
Inspectilom of Fefilizers.

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MAkRYLAND STATIONN.


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BJofl[]tiaC ......
Aim-al Report .
]Badftht 24 .....
Bu~leMttaB ......
Amsal w


Bulrtf.74....
Bl einM 28......
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Ijuariou sImefts of M umlA.
8mxth Annual RIeport. IM.
Coampuusthis of a aoewrrial Feetiliwm sold In this Htte'.
Corm, Potatoms. Teast.n, MAwbwrrwte. (irape, etr.
Tabefte
pmOOtMoa .f Cemumrrlal FPTrmis-. oa I 1i thi StMate.
pkitm ta with Whimst and PBarley.


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Date. Publication. Title.
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1893.
1894.
March.......
June.........
July------........
August-.....

October.....
November...


Annual Report.I Eleventh Annual Report, 1893.


Bulletin 51......
Bulletin 52....
Bulletin 53.....

Bulletin 54.....
Bulletin 55.....

Bulletin 56.....


General Discussion on Commercial Fertilizers. Analysis of-'. i a
Articles. :"
Meteorological Summary for Five Months Ending May 31, 1f.
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers Collected During 1894. &-
Meteorological Summary for June, 1894. Analyses ofl CoMm t;iiii.
Fertilizers Collected During 1894. :....- ....
Meteorological Summary for July, 1894. Analyses of CommsrciaK.
Fertilizers Collected During 1894. i:ii
Meteorological Summary for August and September, 1894. AutlyW. l
of Commercial Fertilizers Collected During 1894. .
Meteorological Summary for October, 1894. Analyses of Comunuero-i'iji
Fertilizers Collected During 1894.


MASSACHUSETTS HATCH STATION. :


1893.
October......
December....
December....

1894.
January.....
April ......
April-......
4 )ctober....
January-No-
vember.


1893.
August..... .
December 1 ..

December 1..
1894.
February ....
February -....
February ..
February -.
February...
February .-
February .-
February -.
July.........
June.........
October- ......
October......
October-......
October.....
December ..


Bulletin 22......
Bulletin 23......I
Meteorological I
Bulletin.

Special Bulletin.
Bulletin 24.----l
Bulletin 25......
Bulletinu26....--
Meteorological
Bulletins. ,


Bulletin 100.....
Bulletin 101.....

Bulletin 102...

Bulletin 103.---.
Bulletin 104....
Bulletin 105....
Bulletin 106 ....
Bulletin 107 ....
Bulletin 108..-.
Bulletin 109....
Bulletin 110.....
Bulletin 111....
Bulletin 112....
Bulletin 113....
Bulletin 114....
Bulletin 115-..
Bulletin 116...-
Bulletin 117.....


Report on Fruits.
Electro-Culture.
Meteorological Bulletin 60.


Green Manuring.
Insecticides. The Horn Fly.
Fungicides and Insecticides. Tests of Grapes.
Strawberries. Blackberries. Raspberries.
Meteorological Bulletins 61 to 71.


MICHIGAN STATION.


Eighty New Strawberries.
Composition of Wheat and Straw. Composition of Certain Forage
Plants. Adulteration of Ground Feed. Mineral Residues in
Sprayed Fruits.
Insects Injurious to Celery.
Peach and Plum Culture in Michigan.
A Year Among Fruits.
Michigan Fruit List.
Strawberries and Raspberries.
Fattening Lambs.
Potatoes and Potato Scab.
Variety Tests of Vegetables.
The External Conformation of the Horse.
The Cultivated Raspberries of the United States.
Fertilizer Analyses.
Fattening Lambs.
Rape as a Forage Plant.
Management of Swamp Lands.
Insects of the Clover Field.
Millet.


MINNESOTA STATION.


1893.
December ...

December ..
December ..




December..


1894.
July-.........
September...


Bulletin 29......

Bulletin 30......
Bulletin 31.....




Bulletin 32.....

Annual Report.
Bulletin 33......
Bulletin 34......


Wheat: Heavy and Light Weight Seed Wheat; the Vigor of Growth
of the Wheat Plant; the Draft of the Wheat Plant upon the Soil
in Different Stages of its Growth.
Soils: The Composition of Native and Cultivated Soils, and the
Effects of Continuous Cultivation upon their Fertility.
Practical Rations for Lambs. Lambs vs. Wethers for Fattening.
Valuation of Wheat Screenings. Field Experiments. Varieties
of Wheat, Oats, and Corn. Methods of Planting Oats, Wheat, and
Potatoes. Depth to Sow Oats and Wheat, and Time to Sow.
Heavy vi. Light Oats for Seed. Methods of Preparing Land for
Oats. '
Late Blight and Rot of the Potato. Potato Scab. Cross Fertiliza-
tion of Grapes. Conservation of Moisture in Soil. Fruits: Notes
on Varieties.
Annual Report, 1893.
The Russian Thistle or Russian Tumble Weed.
The Chemical development and Value of Red Clover. The Russian.
Thistle: Its Food Value and Draft upon the Soil.


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I Organition: Announoements.
Smuts of Wheat, Oats, and Barley.
Pig Feeding.


NEBRASKA STATION.
a I
osmnir .11 Buledtia 31...... The Russian Thistle in Nebraska.
Amnu Report Seveuth Annual Report, 18M3.
M"
fmmT I.. Bulimn -32...... Wheat and Some of it@ Products.
JA ..... BaH Ua ...... Meteorological Observations for 1893.
iWI........ -B U1eM......I Chinch B .
my I.....--. B eOU35---...... iAfalfa. nNotes.
V 1........ Bulletin m...... Experiments In the Culture of the Sugar Beet in Nebraska.

NEVADA STATION.


PM-fahar....1 Ballet22...... Nevaa Weeds. II.
tMmM .... 'BulleUn 2S-...-.. Sugar Beeta.
Annual Report Sixth Annual Report, 1893.

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATION.


inc~
A10im--...!
Apral....::


BulletIn 18......
Bullet IS.....
Badidn 2.1....
Buti21.....


Efret of Food on Milk.


Sjrayta Appl" and Pears against Fungi.
Effet ofFood on Milk: Feedfa with Fas.
Fwyard Manu-e and Artifict Fertllixeru.


NEW JERjEY STATIONS.


nJeambens..

SpELa------
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Bulletin ......
Anamal Reporta.
Bulletin U......
Bulletin 1001.....
Dulntwa 101.
Bulledi .....
Bulletin l0.....


Club Roat of hbge mud It. Alis
Founmeh AnualAF port of Lb Nhe eo tolaM ad Sixth of ta
Collec atetfam, U)3.
CrWluss, a Sadmrl. C(ver: ItR Growth. CmapeiU. oad U r.al.
W.
The U-. Keh'ke Lyrmli la Mh DIanOh di' Ttuboesa" of Catts
Anldyme of7 F=mbkrMstHla sad He- Mixtrmm. The Ispa-
dece of Fanmem with HMa Mistuw.
Swin Leea" I"friM s te obuds TeM.


STATION.


















1893j.
September. Bulletin 10.....

October..... Bulletin 11.....
November ... Bulletin 12.....
Annual Report.


Insects of 1893: The Army Worm; The San Josb 80 't
neal Insect: The Cottony Scale of the Osage Oratge iA
Insects. ...... '
Notes on Canaigre. Meteorological Data and Delducti.
The Value of Rio Grande Water for the Purpose of i
Fourth Annual Report, 1893. :e:of i


NEW YORK STATE STATION.


1892.


1893.
May ........

May ........

May ........-------
June.........


July.........

September...
October......
November...
December....
December...

1894.
January ...--
January .....
January.- -
February....
March--.....
March.......
April.......


Annual Report.
New Series.
Bulletin 54......

Bulletin 55.....
Bulletin 56.....

Bulletin 57-.....


Bulletin 58......

Bulletin 59.....
Bulletin 60.....
Bulletin 61-...--.
Bulletin 62.....
Bulletin 63......
Annual Report.

Bulletin 64 .....
Bulletin 65......
Bulletin 66-.-...
Bulletin 67......
Bulletin 68......
Bulletin 69......
Bulletin 70.....


May........ Bulletin 71.....
June........ Bulletin 72.....
July........B. bulletin 73.....


Eleventh Annual Report, 1892.


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Experiments in the Manufacture of Cheese: Manufactre ..it .
from Normal Milk Rich in Fat; Study of Cheeee i
Process. .-..'l,
General Principles Relating to the Composition and UhusIf
tilizers. '::
Experiments in the Manufacture of Cheese: The ..Manufi.
Edam Cheese; The Manufacture of Gouda Cheese. fi
Feeding Experiments with Laying Hens. Keeping Ma :lewt|t
Laying Stock. Observations on Feather Eating. Genaerj:i)'
nations. n' ''
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers Collected in Long IsWan4*
Spring of 1893. ..
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers Collected in the Spring of Si".'
Investigations Relating to the Manufacture of Cheese, Pat, I. 1 A.
Investigations Relating to the Manufacture of Cheese, Part IIZ
Investigations Relating to the Manufacture of Cheese Pairt lH ::it
Some Experiences with Blackberries, Dewberries, and Raaffl
Twelfth Annual Report, 1893. ,'.

Some Experiences with Strawberries. Strawberry Crosses. :.
Investigations Relating to the Manufacture of Cheese, Part IV. ...
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers Collected in the Fall bf 11'8 .":::--:-.
Experiments in Preventing Pear Scab in 1893. "
Investigations Relating to the Manufacture of Cheese, Part V..::
Vegetables Grown for Exhibition. : ::i
Some Reasons why the Legal Milk Standard of New York Sts:tI
Should be Changed. ::,
Some Reasons why there Should be a Legal Standard for Cheese "i.
New York State. '.
Preventing Leaf Blight of Plum and Cherry Nursery Stock.
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers Collected during the $Spring .t
1894. *


Y::.OC N...S:A
NEW YORK CORNELL STATION. ..
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1892.
1893.
November ...
December..-.
December....

1894.
January.....
March......
March .......
April.......
May........
June .---
August .....
August.....
August.....
August-....-
September...
September...
October......
October.....
November ...
November...


Annual Report

Bulletin 59.....
Bulletin 60....
Bulletin 61.....
Annual Report

Bulletin 62.....
Bulletin 6P.....
Bulletin 64.....
Bulletin 65.....
Bulletin 66...--
Bulletin 67.....
Bulletin 68...---
Bulletin 69.....
Bulletin 70.....
Bulletin 71.....
Bulletin 72.....
Bulletin 73.------
Bulletin 74......
Bulletin 75.....
Bulletin 76.....
Bulletin 77.....


*; ..... .7"::.
Fifth Annual Report, 1892.

Does Mulching Retard the Maturity of Fruits?
The Spraying of Orchards. !
Sundry Investigations of the Year. '
Sixth Annual Report, 1893... :A
The Japanese Plums in North America. :'
Cooperative Test of Sugar Beets. '. :::
On Certain Grass-Eating Insects. :
Tuberculosis in Relation to Animal Industry and Public Health. :..,
Test of Cream Separators. ...
Some Recent Chinese Vegetables.
The Cultivated Poplars; with Remarks upon the PlantingofoGrouzdiiir
Hints on the Planting of Orchards.... :
The Native Dwarf Cherries. ." ,
Apricot Growing in Western New York. ,i
The Cultivation of Orchards. ., ....
Leaf Curl and Plum Pockets. :i
Impressions of the Peach Industry in Western New York. '. :.ii.!..
Peach Yellows. ii
Some Grape Troubles of Western New York. "
The Grafting of Grapes. ....


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Rulek.&U-
WIMUMalf I
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BHufleebSR......
31m~bi~ U-....


Musonlo BaSummary for April.
Meteologel Smmary for May.
Met erloged Smmary for June.
MetroogiaI BSummary for July.
MLewrologlea Summary for August.
MeXeebeIII oaI Summary for September.
MotawologicIl Summary for October.


"W NORTH DAKOTA STATION.



e-e... 3-U...Grain 1ad n oraw Crops.
Annal Roeprt. Fourth Annl Report, iM.
t Bo.hti.m 1a....... .11 t.a-
A l........ I Betlh lsl...... "60mlofl etl WbM, for w l. Typblmd .er.
Ji- B het 14 ..Tu...b"wuIr
.l.l.M .'ber.. 3.n0ttels...... Chaetm Csmpaumfte .1 Fleod.


OHI O STATION.


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Bdk B ma......
Aual B ew.t. o Twelfth Annal qmfl ,'
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BeIohst.. strwa vhwl. Cultual WaNon. Cepnl S meIie.a


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i89z. 1I
July ........ Bulletin 7 .... Water Analyses.L
October. -... Bulletin. 8..... Tests of Varieties of Wheat.
1894.
January ..... Bulletin 9...... Test of Varieties of Vegetables in 1893.
April........ Bulletin 10.... Corn.


OREGON STATION.


1891.
1892.


1893.
December.... ]
1894.
January .... ]
February.... 1
March-----.......
April------...-.- I


Annual Report. -

Annual Report.


Third Annual Report, 1891.

Annual Report, 1892.


Bulletin 27...... Plant Diseases: Their Cause and Prevention.


Bulletin 28...
Bulletin 29......
Bulletin 30......
Bulletin 31....


Continuation of Experiments in Pig Feeding.
Notes on Vegetables, Fruits, Pruning, etc.
Potatoes. Roots.
Progress of Work: Coddling Moth, Hop Louse, Plea Be'
Flies, Cutworms and Wireworms, Tent Caterpillar 1)
of Oregon Insects and Insect Work, Gophers and Mo
and Caponizing.


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PENNSYLVANIA STATION.


1892.

1893.
October......
S1894.
January ....
April........


Annual Report.

Bulletin 25.----.
Annual Report.

Bulletin 26 .....
Bulletin 27..----.


Annual Report, 1892. !
......... ji
Small Fruits in 1893... .. "....
Annual Report, 1893.

Mangels and Sugar Beets vs. Silage-Yield, Cost, Mnd Feemug VSIRV
Teats of Cream Separators. "i


RHODE ISLAND STATION.


1893.
September..-

November ..
March.......
July......
October......


Bulletin 25...

Bulletin 26......
Bulletin 27...
Bulletin 28...
Bulletin 29......


: I. ...E
Turkeys: Experiments with; Management of by Sndeesful ? iY
ducers; Wild Turkey Crosses, their Desirability, and Wheft lthuyS
may be Obtained. I
Fertilizers. Oats. Potato Scab. .... : .51..
Leaf Blight of the Pear. Raspberries. Distribution of Plants. ::::L
Rhode Island Soils. Fertilizers.
Fertilizers: Commercial and Special Formula. ::i
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SOUTH CAROLINA STATION.


1893.
March..--...
April........
April........
May.........
July.........
August......

1894.
March..-----...
April........
July.........
August......


Bulletin 9-.....
Bulletin 10 ---
Bulletin 11......
Bulletin 12......
Bulletin 13.....
Bulletin 14.....
Annual Report.

Bulletin 15.--...
Bulletin 16......
Bulletin 17.....
Bulletin S1......
Annual Report


Experiments with Irish Potatoes.
Notes on Varieties of Beans.
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers, Part 1. -
Cooperative Soil Tests of Fertilizers.
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers, Part 2.
Experiments with Corn.
Sixth Annual Financial Report, 1893.

Fertilizer Experiments with Corn.
Experiments with Tomatoes.
Analyses of Commercial Fertilizers.
Fertilizer Experiments with Cotton.
Seventh Annual Report. 1894.


SOUTH DAKOTA STATION.


1892.

]893.
December....
1894.
January.....
February ....
May .........


Annual Report.

Bulletin 37......

Bulletin 88......
Bulletin 39.....
Bulletin 40.....


Fifth Annual Report, 1892.

Horticulture and Forestry.

Feeding Wheat to Hogs.
Milk Tests and Comparison Tables.
Native and Introduced Forage Plants.


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I;..w..I. 5e.oblin 86.....


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Bulletin 31 ......
Bhletia32......
Bol~letin33......
Buelin ......

Bulhlein 35......


Bu1ei a......


Frnltsa; nd Forest. Shade and Ornamental Trees.
ubirigationa w. Surface Irrigation.
Fourth Annual Report, 1883.
Earft, Late. and Usualm Irriaion.
Th Value f Grass in the Produom of Pork. Exercise vs. Nonex-
eras. for Pigs.
Irrpsff.e"t: Amount of Water t; Use. Relative Feeding Value. of
Tmothy, ,Luaen, and Wild Hay.
Narrow 9. Wide Nutritive Rationa for Horses.
Tim to Harvest Lucera. Mulching.
Root and Plant. of Farm Crops.
Graing Values of Varieties of Grass. Drilling we. Broadcasting
Gn USeed.
Relative Value of Wheat, Pass, Corn, and Barley in the Proda-rUom
of Pork.
The Value of Strsw and Grain as a Substitute for Hay. Short
Spring Periods of Grain Feeding. Relative Value of Enailage.
ootJe, and Straw as Condimenta. Value of Different Grain Rations.
Relative Value uf Corn sad Oats fur Homes.


VERMONT STATION.


BlD.elt 38...... Potato Blght. and their Remediem.
Bafleai L...... Anal Rpet of thie m tor.r Parn I.
Buln ...... I Annual Neprt of the Dirwtr, Pasu t II.
Bulletin ......I Ammsd RK rt of tM Dnetor. Part 111.
ei .... BoUa 640...... prayng so teto.
Annual XRe.. ]Seputhl Annual Report. iaB
lam-
A dl........ Bbllet 41.... AmlIyaf or Csmmercil FentllMn.
Jlly ....4 2e ...... :mHurl. Tubezculiu.

VIXiIXNIA STATION.


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5.16Wis31.
Bulletin 31.....
]Bnslkeith l......1
Balletim ..
Dalkon 36O .....
Bulletin ,......
Aumual IReport .


Bulletin 39......
Bulletin is......


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Th Cow Ai InlMem te Pub HMalth.
Cu. fUlnr .S FWdder COwn.
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FYtlMwr Ta.et as ump
Annul Repet M&
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kmtwbimwr CuJftef.
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1893.
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June .......

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1894.
February...


Bulletin 7.....
Bulletin 8 ......
Bulletin 9......
Bulletin 10..--..

Annual Report.

Bulletin 11.-----
Bulletin 13......


Two Injurious Insects. ".
Common Fungus Diseases and Methods of Preventionn. 'u
Sugar Beets. :1
Wheats, Barleys, Oats, Peas, and Forage Crops. BevisiprI
and Crops in Washington for 1893. .:;.
Third Annual Report, 1893. -


Preliminary Report of a Feeding Test with Swine.
Washington Soils.


WEST VIRGINIA STATION.


1893.
May.........
September..
December ...
1894.
January .....
February ....
August 1 ...


Bulletin 32......
Bulletin 33...
Bulletin 34....

Bulletin 35......
Bulletin 36.....
Special ........


West Virginia Forest and Shade Tree Insects. ::
Subirrigation in the Greenhouse. ::
Fertilizer Analyseb for the Year Ending December 31, 1802. .!
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Defects in Wood Caused by Insects. ,,,.
Black Holes in Wood. .:;
Fertilizer Analyses.. : :..


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1894.
January.....
April........
July........
August......
October......


Bulletin 38..
Bulletin 39.
Bulletin 40
Bulletin 41
Bulletin 42......


One Hundred American Rations for Dairy Cows.
Noxious Weeds.
Tuberculosis and the Tuberculin Test.
Grain Feeding Lambs for Market.
Destructive Effects of Winds on Sandy Soils
Loans, with Methods of Protection.


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WYOMING STATION.


1893.
December....
December....

1894.
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June........
September..
October......


Bulletin 15.-----
Bulletin 16.....
Annual Report.

Bulletin 17...---

Bulletin 18.....
Bulletin 19.....
Bulletin 20....--


The Winter Killing of Trees and Shrubs. 'i
Grasses and Forage Plants. ',
Third Annual Report, 1893. ,;

Crop Report for 1893 Cost and Profit of Growing Wheat. Sugw, i
Beets. Garden Vegetables and Tobacco. Progress Report o..
Fruits and Trees. Meteorology for 1893.. : l,
The Reclamation of Arid Lands. The Harvey Water Motor. !
Squirrel-Tail Graas.: ::
The Artesian Wells of Southern Wyoming: Their History and ReaI l.
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S. 3 I atha the land aforesaid, after being surveyed, shall be apportioned to the
aw Dsiiki. Staw. in sections or suibdlisions of sections, not less than one quarter of a
li&"tois; anad whenever there e public lands in a State subject to sale at private
is1M'... tyam dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, the quantity to which said State
s. retitled shall be selected from such lands within the limits of such State,
I L a". Susretary of the Interior is hereby directed to issue to each of the States in
i hi Uctheei niot the quantity of public lands subject to sale at private entry at
I :! dslar and twenty-five cents per acre, to which said State may be entitled under
It MIproi NioWa of this a*t, land scrip to the amount in acres for the deficiency of its
A.. lulib ve share; said scrip to be sold by said States and the proceeds thereof
a .Jd to the uses and purposes prescribed in this act, and for no other use or puar-
ip p.. whatsoever: Provided, That in no case shall any State to which land scrap may
t" hi. He issued be allowed to locate the same within the-limits of any other State, or
d mny Territory of the United States, but their assignees may thus locate said land
a: p upon any of the unappropriated lands of the United States subject to sale at
p irate entry at one dollar and twenty-five cents, or less, per acre: Asd pwrdd
rib That not more than one million aeres shall be located by such assignees in
I y ons of the States: And prI"oded further, That no such location shall be made
belwone year from the passage of this act.
c. 3. LThat all the expenses of management, superintendence, and taxes from
dstofselection of said lands, previous to their sales, and all expenses incurred In
Summgemaent and disbursement of the moneys which may be received therefrom,
sabll be paid by the States to which they may belong, out of the treasury of said
S tate, so that the entire proceeds of the sale of said lands shall be applied without
my dimination whatever to the purposes hereinafter mentioned.
ac. 4. That all moneys derived from the sale of the lands aforesaid by the States
t, which the lands are apportioned, and from the sales of land script hereinbefore
ledfor, shall be invested in stocks of the United States, or of the 8tares,or
Ai oer i fe stocks, yielding not Ieso than five per oeetaum upon the par value
W sa staoeks; and that te moneys so invested shall constitute a perlptual fund,
mptI of which shall remain forever undiminished (except so far as may be
Ina seedtoi fth of this act). and the interest of which shall be inviolably
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trained, the previous assent of the several States shall be signified by...2
acts .. ': :......
First. If any portion of the fund invested, as provided by the foregoing.:u::i
or any portion of the interest thereon, shall, by any action or. contiwpiiib,
diminished or lost, it shall be replaced by the State to which it belongs' ti
capital of the fund shall remain forever undiminished; and the annual itrFetila11;
be regularly applied without diminution to the purposes mentioned in t:,he:lI|A
section of this act, except that a sum, not exceeding ten per centum upon th;ea
received by any State under the provisions of this act. may be expendedd' *-
purchase of lands for sites or experimental farms, whenever authorizedd:; .
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respective legislatures of said States. N
Second. No portion of said fund, nor the interest thereon, shall be applied," 'i...
or indirectly, under any pretense whatever, to the purchase, erection, pre'ern|
or repair of any building or buildings. '. *
Third. Any State which may take and claim the benefit of the provisions of":
act shall provide, within five years, at least not less than one college, as d ...ji:F.
in the fourth section of this act, or the grant to such State shall cease; andi.A
State shall be bound to pay the United States the amount received of any lauds. Aiiji
viously sold, and that the title to purchasers under the State shall be valid. ..7.iii
Fourth. An annual report shall be made regarding the progress of each :oo|l r4',
recording any improvements and experiments made, with their costs an.d re K..a.
and such other matters, including State industrial and economical statistics f .iasW.
be supposed useful; one copy of which shall be transmitted by mail free, by eahe5 1fih
all the other colleges which may be endowed under the provisions of this act, ay iII
also one copy to the Secretary of the Interior. .. ...
Fifth. When lands shall be selected from those which have been raised to u:aNio!.i|
the minimum price, in consequence of railroad grants, theyshall be computed. to"ht...'.
States at the maximum price, and the number of acres proportionally diminished; ,".''.:
Sixth. No State while in a condition of rebellion or insurrection against the Got- :,,g
ernment of the United States shall be entitled to the benefit of this act. .,
Seventh. No State shall be entitled to the benefits of this act unless it sh.O'..i.
express its acceptance thereof by its legislature within two years from the diate of:
its approval by the President. .*
SEC. 6. That land scrip issued under the provisions of this act shall not be suibjt!t!:i
to location until after the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred an.nd:'.::
sixty-three.
SEC. 7. That the land officers shall receive the same fees for locating land o14.!:"
issued under the provisions of this act as is now allowed for the location of militairi"
bounty land warrants under existing laws: Provided, Their maximum compensatM"4W
shall not be thereby increased. :
SEC. 8. That the governors of the several States to which scrip shall be issaM"'
under this act shall be required to report annually to Congress all sales made of .uii't
scrip until the whole shall be disposed of, the amount received for the same aiiB i:
what appropriation has been made of the proceeds. '.i.,
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M iL8 That mn order to secure, as far a- practicable, uniformity of methods and
iiihiii l ate e work of said stations, it shall be the duty of the United States Com-
| !!Mi ei of Agriculture to garnish forms, as far as practicable, for the tabulation of
Wi "IfW"of Investigation or experiments; to indicate from time to time, such lines of
bw*il ryas to him shall seem moat important; and, in general, to furnish such advice
a'dip assistance a will best promote the purpose of this act. It shall be the duitty of
aia::.IMh of mad tatiom annually, on or before the first day of February, to make to the
Srenm of the State or Territory in which it is located a full and detailed report of
epeta, including a statemonat of receipts and expenditures, a copy of which
s1 report shall be sent to each of said stations, to the said Commassioner uf Agriealtur,
ne dto time Secretary of the Treasury of the United States.
S xSw. 4. That bulletins or reports of progresam shall be published at said stations at
ib least oace in three mouths, one eopy of which shall be sent to eseh newspaqmper in
Ite. States or Territorties in which they are respectively located, and to such individ-
X -as actually engaged In farming s may request the same, and as far as th mem
S the station will permit. Such bulletins or reports and the annuaal reports of Mi
-atiem shall be transmitted in the mail s of the Unitsed Stats free of charge for pest.
under such regulations -sthe Pstmaster4eeral my ftrom timetotmeprPe

Sa That for the purpose oft paying the e tS ry apexpe MMof oedouelag im
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day of October, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven: Provid, omiw1:,tfi
the first annual appropriation so received by any station an m ns t uot
one-fifth may be expended in the erection, enlargement, or. repair 4f..S
buildings necessary for carrying on the work of such station:; .and J.
amount not exceeding five per centum of such annual appropriations 44
expended.
SEC. 6 That whenever it shall appear to the Secretary of the Treasury ,feti:
annual statement of receipts and expenditures of any of.said stations that:'..i.
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of the preceding annual appropriation remain unexpended, such amount d ..
deducted from the next succeeding annual appropriation to such statio.,.i
that the amount" of money appropriated to any station shall not exceed t.. .....
actually and necessarily required for its maintenance and support....:
SEC. 7. That nothing in this act shall be construed to impair or modify t.fl
relation existing between any of the said colleges and the government of th "iAf
or Territories in which they are respectively located. ..
SEC. 8. That in States having colleges entitled under this section to th. b.i s-
of this act and having also agricultural experiment stations established by. lawM. .ift.
rate from said colleges, such States shall be authorized to apply such..bMe !t
experiments at stations so established by such States; and in case any State::sibi4
have established under the provisions of said act of July second, aforesaid, a..4
cultural department or experimental station, in connection with any nuMiver8tt.
college, or institution not distinctively an agricultural college or schoolnayl: .u...
State shall have established or shall hereafter establish a separate agricultural.' .l
lege or school, which shall have connected therewith an experimental fr 7.::.:1
station, the legislature of such State may apply in whole or in part the appro-poiati.
by this act made to such separate agricultural college or school, and no legislative N
shall by contract express or implied disable itself from so doing.
SEC. 9. That the grants of moneys authorized by this act are made subject to t.ji:j
legislative assent of the several States and Territories to the purposes of said grai4:'l
Provided, That payment of such installments of the appropriation herein made as.
shall become due to any State before the adjournment of the regular session of its.." ::l
legislature meeting next after the passage of this act shall be made upon the assent.K;:9
of the governor thereof duly certified to the Secretary of the Treasury. '.::.i
SEC. 10. Nothing in this act shall be held or construed as binding the Unit'l*
States to continue any payments from the Treasury to any or'all the States orlau'nd ....i..
tutions mentioned in this act, but Congress may at any time amend, suspend-1,.i!!
repeal any or all the provisions of this act. ::1.......
Approved, March 2, 1887. ............
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ACT OF 1890 FOR THE FURTHER ENDOWMENT OF AGRICULTURAL COLLEGBR "; .
AN ACT to apply a portion of the proceeds of the public lands to the more complete endowmentiahid:l.:
support of the Colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts established under tie ^|
provisions of an act ot Congress approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two.:.. I"
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of Amner b
in Congress assembled, That there shall be, and hereby is, annually appropriated:, 2Qt*:."|
of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, arising from the sales. i't:I
public lands, to be paid as hereinafter provided to each State and Territory for tiwh,
more complete endowment and maintenance of colleges for the benefit of agriauls": ,S
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*MOW edowment and support of colleges shall be annually paid on or before the
'b-hm~ut day of Julyf each year, by the Secretary of the Treasury, upon the war-
inlat the Secretary of the Interior, out of the Treasury of the United States, to
ISa. or Territorial treasurer, or to uch officer as shall be designated by the law
tin'.M&l& State or Territory to receive the -me, who shall, upon the order of the
,.tiimWe of the college, or the institution for colored students, immediately pay over
I ma t. to he tnreasurers of the respective colleges or other institutions e titled to
Sdedve to smer, and mueh treasurers shall be required to report to the Secretary of
Aueulture and to theft Secretary of the Interior, on or before the first day of 8ep-
tmber of each yew, a detailed Statenmet of the amount so received and of its di-
blmirimmmt. The gumts of moneys authorized by this act are made subject to tbhe
,le'gidative asnat of the several States and Territories to the purpose of said rants:
..w.d That payments of such installments of the appropriation herein made a
a afl become due to amy State before the adjournment of the regular session of legie.
lature meeting next after the passage of thu act shall be made upon the aurat of
the overnor thereof, duly certified to the Secretary of the Treasury.
a c. That if any portion of the moneys received by the designated ocetr of the
Sate or TerrTitory for the further and mar complete endowment, support, and main-
1. tamaeo of colleges, or of inatitations for colored tidenteas m provided in thim at,
4sf*l0, by any action or coutigenuey, be diminished or lost, or be miapplHed, it staN
IbOOVIld bs the state or Territory to which it belongs, ad until me played ae
it Sappropiation hall be apportioned or paid to set S ate or Tertoary;
psori of said monweys shall be applied, directly or AWdrerluy, ade my
whatever, to the purchmaf, erection. pier"Vtlue, or repair of ay baildt
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useful, one copy of which shall be transmitted by mail free to: all oth.. -i,. i
further endowed under this act. : I.. ... -:: "!.
SEC. 4. That on or before the first day of July in each year, after the.::":
-this act, the Secretary of the Interior shall ascertain and certify to the 8 i
the Treasury as to each State and Territory whether it ia entitled to reefilleHl
of the annual appropriation for colleges, or of institutions for colored stud'ti II
this act, and the amount which thereupon each is entitled, respectively.,t- 6l
If the Secretary of the Interior shall withhold a certificate from any State .i.i.;
tory of its appropriation the facts and reasons therefore shall be reported to t
dent, and the amount involved shall be kept separate in the Treasury until .1 4K
of the next Congress, in order that the State or Territory may, if it should me Jin.jAr
appeal to Congress from the determination of the Secretary of the Interior,.
next Congress shall not direct such sum to be paid it shall be covered. ii.utkplflr
Treasury. And the Secretary of the Interior is hereby charged with the.:..p......
administration of this law.
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SEC. 5. That the Secretary of the Interior shall annually report to Conpese'thpL'B
disbursements which have been made in all the States and Territories, tm; p iri.
whether the appropriation of any State or-Territory has been withheld, anldif.eo, 'ti '
reasons therefore. :'
SEC. 6. Congress may at any time amend, suspend, or repeal any or all of theow p
visions of this act. ,.:'
Approved, August 30, 1890. .

EXTRACT FROM AY ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTMBST o .
AGRICULTURE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE THIRTIETH, EGfls..iiM..
HUNDRED AND NINETY-FIVE. : .
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATIONS: To carry into effect the provisions of a.ig i
act approved March second, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, and to:
enforce the execution thereof, seven hundred and forty-five thousand dollars, twenty,'..
five thousand -dollars of which sum shall be payable upon the order of the Secretary' .l:.'
of Agriculture to enable him to carry out the provisions of section three of said-act.'.
of March second, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven; and the Secretary of Agricul. :;.
ture shall prescribe the form of the annual financial statement required by section :::':i
three of the said act of March second, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven; shall .!-':i:'
ascertain whether the expenditures under the appropriation hereby made M0 in '
accordance with the provisions of the said act, and shall make report thereon o':l1!;
Congress; and the Secretary of Agriculture is hereby authorized to employ sUch. i :....!.
assistants, clerks, and other persons as he may deem necessary, and to incur sine ::..
other expenses in traveling, stationery, and office fixtures as he may find essential in .:
carrying out the objects of the above acts, and the sums apportioned to theiseveral" ti'A
States shall be paid quarterly in advance. And the Secretary of Agriculttre is::
hereby authorized to furnish to such institutions or individuals as may care to buy-"::':,;
it cof)ies of the card index of agricultural literature prepared by the Office of ::-a 7
Experiment Stations, and charge for the same a price covering the additional expense
involved in the preparation of these copies, and he is hereby authorized to apply : p1
the moneys received toward the expense of the preparation of the index. .... -"
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I3-. There may also be written or printed upon the envelope or wrapemr a
S .iy.s. tIMathe postmater at the offmeo of delivery will notify the ailingg station
ifts eheags of address of the addremsee, or other reason for inability to deliver the
Aopliceand upon a bulk package a request to the postmaster to open and distribute
Ilb 'bsthklled'I matter therein, in accordance with the address thereon.
I'Dmlbtina published by the U. 8. Department of Agriculture and analogoas to
te et of the staon, and entitled to be mailed free under the penalty envelope of
.. 'tl epaaen% may abo be adopted and mailed by theseveral stations, with their
m own pblieStione, under the sme regulations, and any bulletins or report mailable
S e by any agricultural exper at station under theme regulations my be so
Smailedl by any other tatioo having free mailing authority.
S"If sae h station's nsual reports be printed by State antbority, and consist In
Spat of mUatter relating to the lad-grant ollege to which such station Is attached
then said report my be mailed free entire by the director of the tatmion; provided, in
Ships judgment, the whole conaits of eeAul Information of an agriealtural rhneter."
|i The Post-Om e Departaemt bas recently ruled that in sending oaut bulletin fm
aOgricultural experiment station it Is pe nisible to ieles petal ars to eaadl
"''e.liaepondents of the station to knowledge the receipt or Its pabltiell =A s to

qusGt their coctintuoi trasmaifsie."
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From copies of letters addressed to the Secretary of ethei
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and others by the First Comptroller of the Treasury, relate ..g..i
construction of the act of Congress of March 2, 1887 andA
mentary thereto, the following digest has been prepared for-.M
the stations. The sections are those of the act, the dates t
decisions by the Comptroller:

Section 3-January 30, 1888.
That the annual financial statement of the stations, with vouchers, shiii*,1d-tin
sent to the. Treasury Department, but that a copy-simply of the report th.at41i5.
to the governor is to be sent to the Secretary of the Treasury.

Section 3-January 31, 1888. :;
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First. That the Treasury Department will not require officers of expert
stations to do or perform anything not specifically required by said bill. ...i...
Second. That the Secretary of the Treasury is not required to take a boad ot4
officers of said stations for the money paid over under the provisions of saaid, 3!*
Third. That no reports will be required from the stations directly to theB $ :,ot|y
of the Treasury; but the governor of the State must send to the Secretawry'$
Treasury a copy of the report made to him by the colleges or stations. M1I
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Section 5-March 4, 1887.

"Congress only intended by the expression the sum of fifteen thousand do.llr '
hereby appropriated to each State,' to fix the amount that could be specially .t
vided for by Congress in appropriations from year to year. Hence I coucluai.dtte
section 5 does not make an appropriation; but that the same must be specially *...t
vided for by Congress." ,:i
Sections 5 and 6-March 10, 1888. ,il
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(1) The appropriations are intended for the fiscal year and not the calendj &iyoaiN
(2) The first annual. report should be made on or before the 1st day of Febritj.i
1889, and said report should include simply the operations of the preceding Abt
year, not down to and including December 31, but up to an including June 30, -14
(3) The balance unexpended at the end of-.the fiscal year, the 30th of June pei.S,-
ing the report, must be accounted for in the report. :: |
(4) The one fifth proviso for building in section 5 can be made out of the A.*1
annual appropriation, to wit, that which commences on the 1st day of July, 18A8W,':..
terminates on the 30th of June, 1888. i
(5) The intention of Congress was to make quarterly payments, not in adVa"WT,::
but at the end of each quarter." .....ii.
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ll,u:w .z wnai us so awn a may not nave been expenaea wnnin me year must
i ei..... eut...d for as purt of the appropriation for the following year.
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f St!!,,:".: I Onato of New York ought to designate whether to the college or to the sta-
:li'lM t or to both, it desires the appropriation to be applied. The eighth section of
a Sii' lme to authorize the State to apply much benefits to experimental stations
way have established as it desires.
!:.. Whore there are no experimental stations connected with the coUlleges, the legisla-
We bSofaCh States most connect the agricultural experiment stations with the ccl-
sp:| already established under the act of July 2, 1862; there in no authority in the
11 a.t authorizing the establishment of agricultural experiment stations independent
of atM eonege.
Tbe aseto eomtemplates that where nations barse already been established diseon-
getaed from the colleges, the legislature of such Statea may take such provisaloa la
iegard thereto as they may deem proper; but it does not authorize the etablIsh-
=eut of nations except in eonneetion with the collUege that were at that time or
might tereaftr be establised under the act of July 2, [S2.
|1 BeS&.. 5-Fehk'wy f, 1488.
WhUere thm i a agricultural college or as oa whblh my hav ba M tIhX
Sftato authority, and is maintained by the Stat, the eighth settles of 0. &sowv
A would authorize the State to designate the station to whibs it deird theo app*.
iisi to be applied, whether to e or sae or, al al d td dhee tay of o Trot do e.,
:j* mld. make the payment under the apprpria to wehew the Se ,:
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shall be entitled to the benefits of said act, it must establish such stai|lon in "'.
tion with said college.
Proviso to section 1 and section 8-December 7, 1888.
It is within the power of the legislature of any State that has accepteP:dt
sions ofsaid act of March 2, 1887, to dispose of the amount appropriated.by ....
for said station to either one or all of the agricultural colleges or station w
have been established in said State by virtue of either the provisions of t i.4j.
July 2, 1862, or the provisions of said eighth section of the act of March 28!
The whole responsibility rests upon the State legislature as to how the fund.a.
printed by Congress shall be distributed among these various institutionS of^
State, provided there is one or more agricultural colleges with which anagric|.
station is connected, or one or more agricultural MtiLtions.
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Section 8-January 28, 1889. ,ili

The act of the State of Georgia in authorizing.the governor to receive th*Thwill|
which the State may be entitled under the act of March 2, 1887, is not in ll..
with any of the provisions of said act. If a State has established an agrictli
college or station under the act of July 2, 1862, or if it has established an
tural station in connection with said college, as provided in the eighth seotif'si-b
the act of March 2, 1887, the legislature can authorize some person or pei +pl|
receive the money donated by the Government and direct its application in su eAnlh t
and manner as it seems best to carry out the objects and purposes of said aeit ::
Congress to either the colleges or the station, or to both. J

Section 9-February 4, 1888.
It appears by the statement of Representative Blount that there was a es iin
the legislature of the State of Georgia after the passage of the, act and beft6 S:W
fi-st payment became due, October 1, 1887, and which did not adjourn until &fiS
that time. That being the case, under the proviso of the section, the goverdi6tr:f
the State can not assent to that payment, which was to be -made October 1,XSi
Tlhe legislature having adjourned before the second payment became due, wt&1u:
accepting the provisions of the bill, no further payment can be made to said- 5t!4Q
until the legislature thereof shall have accepted the provisions 'of the bill. Y&1.
will observe the language of the proviso, "that payments of the installment o:
the appropriation herein made as shall become due to any State before the aa4,MpR!
ment of the regular session of its legislature" applies, certainly, only to suehiuilA1t1
ments as become due before the final adljourment. The idea seems to be to gitbi.
legislature the full time before it adjourns to accept.the provisions of the-bi].*.
not; but it is plain to my mind that only such payments as become due before itb
adjoairnment of the legislature-can be accepted by the governor of the State. i


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I11TDEX OF NAMES.




ft IL, 6L Baboock, Sk X., A 55. Bay&, H. P., 3L
A
V*^ 6% A& ]01&l)wkI W, 40. Beack P. R. 1 31.
QN131M Babsion, H., 39. Beach, & A.. It
jrjl'XL Boebeldw, B., 53. AW, W. H., I.
4WW1W*1LF.'%L Boam, A M .. 5& Be4 W. J.* U.
J.W.'4L AlaeebteK 0. A., 35. Beardshftr, W. K., 12,35.
1. it, SL Bail", J. ELI is. BeekwitI4 IL H., 10.
A*bmoe# U, W SL ]WkyI L. H., A 44. Beecher, C. Z., 31.
Rau". X., 31. Beem, D. IL, 12.
Balky, O.J., 46. Bemn, J. L., 14.
G.L.L Balley, T. P.. Jr., 29. Bell, X., 30.
AWWk JL, X Baim, & X-, U 50. Bemis, J. B' 41.
A10W 3L 8, W Baker, A. R., 35. Bending. E. X.,32.
AJAWW10LQ.SL Baker, C F., 9.90. Bennett, A A, 35.
A)hA*X-W-11-31k5L Baker, J. A., 24. Benaett, M J., 55.
AWkW WAL,5L Ramwin. H. R.. 19. Bennett, IL L.,&
AVWrk T. G, 3L Dolim", J. A, 25, 5 C Bmwett, S. E., 13.
AftiaI IL A, 41. Danks, A- L., 51. Benson, K. A, 24.
Alkok IL W, I. BankA, W. A., 12,51. Ben tley, B. E., 22.
Abw W. IL, Sk Barber, A. G., 24. Bentley, W. B., 28.
AXWWJ-W-,2L Barber, A- V., U Benton. H., 7.
AIM, IL 1fjr., 2L Barber, G. E., 42. Berchtold, F., 47.
Ah" IL ILI It 43. Barber, R. G., V. Bessey. C. E., 17,42.
Alwftd. W. 1L. ft. SL Barber, L. J, 31. Bette, E.. 44.
Awadox6 A. IL, X Barbour. IL H., 17.42. Bevier, L., Jr., 43.
AwoeoCT-AL Barbour, IL L., 44. Beyer, & W., 35.
-f-IMC.,49. Barbour, V. G -, 52. Beyer, T. R, 48.
Aa&WrW06 Ir. P., 17,5& Havelay, J. X., 21. Bielby, C. F. A ., io.
AzWWraMX-,41- Barker, X., 20. Bigelow, W. D., 51.
AA&WWW J. T.- 7. Barney, & X., 21 Billman, U.. 7.
An6wwon, IL L, 32. Barns, W. D., io. Bioletti. F. T.. S.
AxdermoaLC51- Barr. W. R., 40. Bird, W., 14.
Amdrus, J. F, 53. Harrea, J. M., 12. Blabop, L, H., 31.
AppdL J. F., 32. Boxrov, D. C., 33. Bishop, W. H., 10. 32.
J. T, 2L Barrcvw. D. W, 14.3T. 81AW11, G. W., 35.
APP686W T. H.- IS. Borrerwa. A. C., 46. Biting, A. W., 12,35.
Az*WPoW-D,29- PATrOVIN W. B., 39. Bittle, T. C.. 51.
Anosby, IL P., 2& 41L A Barry. W. C., it Birtus, IL L.. 14.
EL C. 7. Bwtktt C., IL Black R C..
IL A. 54. Bardem 0. T, $1. Black J. It., 50.
AnmP6LML..41L Bwtka' J. X" IL Block, P., 19.
AnwW'F. L., IL Bartkot.W.P12L 81wk L T.. 8.
Arthar, J. C. M 34. Blackbom L 1L,:6-
Arry. 51 Bartalk. J. W., 2L Make. S. J.. 21.
AAbwY.LF,4L Borkao,&J11,5L Blandfwd, H. 8, 2:-
Ask W. U., 2L Raevvm V.. A Blantm, IL L., X7.
Athwtdm G. W, 22, 4L Daebfwd. J. W, IL MWAAle. W. C., go.
A0AWP0LG.F,2k4sL Ramft, It W. 3L. 4L Bledsoe. P,. 61,
AtonAW, W. 06, 1, 9, A BSU46JLCIAL Bletw, A. W., 44.
Aaftet, A. 1L. IL B66M W. F" 2L Bkoodkad. L. K.. A
ASW* A. W, IL Bathow1h IL 11L. ft B10016 J, N.. 21, 47.
43wain IL IL, 14.
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Bondurant, A. J., 7, 27.
Bonebright, J. E., 11, 33,
Bont6, J. H. C., 8.
Booker, W. M., 7.
Bookstaver, H. W., 19.
Booze, M. M., 55.
Boss, A., 16.
Bosworth, A. L., 48.
Bottenfield, L. S., 45.
Bowen, A. F., 20.
Bowen, B. L., 46.
Bowen, R. E., 22.
Bowker, W. H., 15.
Bowman, S. A., 33.
Bowser, E. A., 43.
Boyd, J. E., 46.
Boyd, P. E., 11.
Boyden, W. E., 15.
Brace, DeW. B., 42.
Brackett, R. N., 23,49.
Bradford, E., 46.
Bradford, J. N., 46.
Bradley, C. B., 29.
Bradley, J. E., 22.
Bradley, R. C., 40.
Brady, W., 11.
Bray, R. T., 51.
Breazeale, W. E., 44.
Breese, C. M., 36.
Breneman, P. B., 48.
Brereton, J. J., 44.
Brewer, F. W., 24, 52.
Brewer, W. H., 9, 31.
Brewster, H. W., 40.
Briggs, B. F., 14.
Briggs, F. C., 53.
Brigham, A. A., 52.
Brigham, J. H., 21.
Bright, N., 41.
Brinkley, E. H., 15.
Bristow, W. W., 47.
Britton, W. E., 9.
Bruadhead, G. C., 41.
Brogles, M. H., 51.
Brooks, St. G. T., 54.
Brooks, H. K., 36.
Brooks, W. P., 15, 39.
Broughton, N. B., 20.
Broun, VW. L., 7, 27.
Brown, A.B., 36.
Brown, C. N., 46.
Brown, E. E., 29.
Brown, F., 14.
Brown, J. F., 25


Bryan, E. A., 25,54.
Buchanan, J. L., 8,28.
Buckham, M. H., 24,52.
Buckhout, W. A., 22, 48.
Budd, J. H., 8.
Budd, J. L., 12, 35.
Buell, S. H., 10.
Buffum, B. C., 26, 55.
Balkley W. L., 49.
Bullock, E. C., 55.
Bullock, R. S., 13.
Bull, M., 22.
Bull, T. J., 19.
Bumstead, H. A., 31.
Bunnell, 0. G., 31.
Burke, T. F., 26.
Burnette, F. H., 14, 37.
Burrell, L., 31.
Burrill, T. J., 11, 12, 34.
Burtis, F. C., 13.
Burwell, L. E., 19.
Burwell, R. T., 14.
Butler, T., 16, 40.
Butterfield, H. E., 34.
Butterfield, I. H., 16, 39.
Butz, G. C., 22, 48.
Cady, W. B., 19.
Caine, J. T., jr., 52.
Caldwell, F. C., 46.
Caldwell, G. C., 20, 44.
Caldwell, H. W., 42.
Callahan, I., 47.
Calloway, T. J., 41.
Cameron, A. G., 31.
Campbell, G. F., 9.
Campbell, J. P., 33.
Campbell, T. P., 53.
Canfield, J. H., 17,42.
Canty, J. M., 55.
Capehart, W. R., 20.
Carberry, V., 18.
Card, F. W., 17, 42.
Carnall, E. H., 28.
Carpenter, F. B., 20.
Carpenter, L. G., 9,30.
Carpenter, M. A., 15.
Carroll, S. C., 45.
Carson, J. VW., 24, 51.
Carson. W. V., 50.
Carter, A. V., 13.
Carter, J. G., 23.
Carter, J. H., 51.
Caruthers, F., 21.
Cary, C. A., 7,27.


Chambers, L., ..
Chambliss, C. E-, ,
Champine, L. S.,820. ::
Chandler, R. 2.
Chapim, E. P., 38. :
Charbonnier, L.. H,, ........ "
Chase, C. M., 8. ,
Chase, W. W., 38. ......
Chatfield, J. L.; 9. ..
Chavez, D., 19.
Cheaebro, C. E., 28. ::
Chester, A. H., 4&. "
Chester, E. E., U11.
Chester, F. D., 10. :
Chichester, F., 53.
Chilcott, C., 23,50 ".:;
Chipley, W. D., 10.
Chittenden, H. B., 52 .
Chittenden, R. H., 31. i':? i
Chrisman, E. R., 33. ."::'"
Church, 3J. E., 43. ii
Churchill, G. W., Is. ;'.:
Churchill, J. O., 26. .. ...
Chynoweth, H. W., 260.i' '
Clapp, H. K., 18,43. ..::.:::. .'.i..
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Clark, E., 53. "......
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Clark, E. F., 47. ..' ....
Clark, G., 16. i.
Clark, H. A.,41..... ;::::ii
Clark, H. R., 47.'' .".,l
Clark,3J.E.,31.. .,
Clark,J. R.,21. .
Clark,M.G.,53. i.I
Clark, 0. E., 26. :::::i.!
Clark, T. A., 34. '..1
Clark, W G., 55. .. .:'..:.
Clarke, E. G., 14. :::: 'i!
Clayton, J., 24, 51 .
Cleaveland, L., 53. ::,:|
Clement, W. K., 33. ..:3
Clendennin;W. W., 14,37. ::
Cleveland, B., 53.
Clinkscales, J. G., 49. ,,, ..,.,.....;.
Clinton, G. P., 12,34. .
Clinton, L. A.., 23,49. .. .:..::...,.i||ii
Clough, D. M., 16 ..
Clute, 0., 10, 32, 56. "'....
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Coates, C. E., jr., 14,37. .. .......
Cobleigh, WV. M., 42.
Cockerell, T. D.A., 19,44. i
Coe, W. R., 31. ".:
Coffield, J,. B., 20. :,.
Coffin, 0. V., 9,10.
Coffin, S. M., 11. .

















































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Doekuery, T. Q, 16.
DodAn, W.B.,14.
DoBmddau, IL L., 22.
Dmonaldsou, T. Q., jr., 49.
DooMtte ., 356.
Dorego, L., ".
Dot, G. W., 18.
Dew, F. T., 54.
D31wutmae &BW.% 26.
Dowing, t. B., 22.
Drake, W. ., 48.
Drp,A. S., 34.
Dnpw. J., 15.
Dr. wi R,29.
Drinkaird, A. W.,.
DraKe,G.W.,28.
I)Dryden, J.,U 592.
Du aBoisA..., 31.
DuaBeois.J.Z.,9.
DatKA. W.. 34.
Dugpr,J. F.,I.
Debar, C. M, I2.
Deomn, C. A., 9.
Dounm6 IL Z.. 31
Damem, 3. A., -7.
Doa a. s., a.

Daatn, L.. .I
Dato. L .S.


Efvans, W.t ., 1.
Eves, H. P., 82.
Ewell, E. E.,B7.
Failyer. G. H., 13,36.
Falrchild, G. T., 13,36.
Fanm, H. W., 31.
Farnsworth, W. 0., 48.
Farr, A. F., 24.
Farrington. E. 11., 26,55,57.
Faaett, G. S., 24.
Facbeuxz.G.. 20.
Ferguson, H. C.. 41.
Ferguon., J. II .. 24.
Ferguson. It. J.. 7.
Fernald, C. I .. 15.39.
Feruald, IH. C.. ,8.
Fernald. H. T.. 48.
Ferri C., W0.
Fields,.J, I.)..23
Finley. C.. A..
Finley. G.J., It
Finn. J.E..24.
Ficbwr. P..4L
Flabh. L.. 18.
Fits S. &R., MS.
F.ruRNALT.B..iS.
Fr,,.c.o.,.2Lu.
Flathmr.J.J.. 4.
flaemb. C. C.. M& .
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Ford, R., 7.
Forrer, J., 8.
Forsyth, J., 18.
Fortier, S., 24,52.
Foss, F. E., 48.
Fossler, L., 42.
Foster, L., 17, 42.
Foster, M. J., 13.
Fowler, J. M., 12.
Fox, A. F., 16,
Fox, C. P., 11,33.
Francis, M., 24,5].
Francks, C. D., 45.
Franklin, S. M., 7.
Franklin, W. S., 35.
Fratt, N. D., 26.
Frear, W., 22,48,57.
Frederick, F. F., 34
Frederick, H., 18.
Freeman, D., 53.
Frelinghuysen, F., 19.
French, H. T., 21,47.
French, T.E., 46.
Friend, T. C., 55.
Frier, J. H., 32.
Fries, H. E., 20.
Fries, J. A., 22.
Frissell, H. B., 53.
Frost, A. S., 50.
Fuller, F. D., 18.
Fulkerson, A. L., 35.
Fulmer, E., 25,54.
Fulton, J, A., 10.
Fulton, J. F., 47.
Fulton, R. I., 46.
Furman, C. M., 49.
Gage; D. D., 30.
Gallaway, W.H., 40.
Gallegos, J., 9.
Garcia, F., 44.
Gardner, F. D., 12.
Gardner, J., 25,53.
Garfield, C. W., 15.
Garig, W., 13.
Garman, H., 13, 37.
Garside, J. A., 28.
Garver, M. M., 48.
Gathright, J. T., 13.
Gault, F. B.. 11, .3.
Gaut, J. W., 23.
Gayley, C.M., 29.
George, J. Z., 16.
Georgeson, C. C., 13,36,56.
Gerrish. C., 35.
Gibbs, T. V., 33.
Giese, J., 23,
Giesecke, F. E., 51.


Gleason, C. A., 15.
Glover, M., 49.
Glynn, T. 0., 14.
Goessmann, C. A., 15,39.
Goessmann, L. E., 15.
Goff, E. S., 26,55.
Gold, T. S., 9, 10.
Golden, K. E., 35.
Golden, M. J., 34.
Goldsborough, W. E., 35.
Goodale, W. H., 37.
Goodell, H. H., 15,39,56.
Goodloe, M., 28.
Goodrich, C. L., 53.
Goodrich, D., 46.
Goodyear, C. E., 13.
Gordon, W. H., 37.
Gorton, L. G., 15, 39.
Goss, A., 19,44,57.
Goss, W. F. M., 34.'
Gould, H. P., 14.
Gowell, G. M., 38.
Graham, I. D., 13,36.
Gramm, 0., 26.
Grange, E. A. A., 16,39.
Granville, W. A., 31.
Grattan, 0. T., 23.
Graves, S. H., 25.
Gray, G. W., 25.
Gray, J. C., 22.
Gray, 0. C.. 28.
Green, A. L., 34.1.
Green, C.J., 22.
Green, C. S., 9.
Green, E. C., 21.
Green, L. E., 37.
Green, S. B., 16,40.
Green, W. F., 20.
Green, W. H., 18.
Green, W. J., 21.
Greene, C. G., 7,27.
Greene, E. B., 34.
Greene, E. L., 8,29.
Greene, T. A., 41.
Greenhalge, F. T., 15.
Griffin, H. H., 19.
Grindley, H. S., 34.
Grinstead. S. L., 40.
Grisard, J. H., 39.
Grosvenor, E. A., 40.
Grover, N. C., 38.
Gulley, A. G., 31.
Gunson, T., 40.
Gurier, H.B.,11.
Gwynn, W., 10.
Hadley, E. A., 17.
Haecker, T. L.. 16.


Hall, W. W., 44. .
Hallidie, A., 8. .:,:
Halsted, B.1D., 19,41. :..:.
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Hamilton, W.,, 43, :.
lHamlin, G. H., 88.
Hamlin, M. B., S. .
Hammond, S..H.,19. ..,
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Hampsen, W. B., 42. :
Hand, W. F., 40.
Hansen, G., 8. ,
Hansen, N. E., 12,35,
Harden, J. BE., 22. ,
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Hardin, M. B., 23, 49. ...
Hare, A.J., 54. :: :"'
Hare, C. L., 7,27. ... *::1'::::: :
Hare,ER.F.,44. :*
Harkins,L. A., 50. ;'
Harper, J., 36.
Harrington, H. H., 24,51. :
Harris, A. W.. 14,38,56. :.:. i
Harris, F..E., 10. ", .:i
Harrison, H. E., 16. '...,:'
Harrison, H. T., 39.. .
Harrison, T. P,, 49. .. ...
Harry, W. G., 21. ..... "
Hart, C. B., 25. "'l
Hart, C, E., 43..
Hart, J. N., 38. .",
Hart, J. W.,23. ... !
Harter, A. A., 36. ,.,.|
Harter, G. A., 32. ..
Hartigan, J. W., 54. ..,
Hartshorn, C. L., 15.. ,
Hartwell, B. L., 22. .
Hartzell, J. C., jr., 49.
Harvey, F. L., 14, 88. :
Harvey, J. 1., 54. :
Haskell, M. W., 29. .:
Haskins, H. D., 15. .,/..,,
Hastings, C. S., 31. '.::;
Hatch, H. E., 24. .
Hathaway, C. A., 37. ..' I
Hathaway, J. S., 87. :,
Hatt, W. K., 35.. ."
Hattabaugh, I. C., 11.. i... .
Hawkins, T. S., 13. ::i
Hayden, W. G., 20,45.
Hayes, M., 10.. *
Raymond, W. E., 25.-,,7.
Hayne, A. P., 8, 29.
Hays, W. M., 16,40. :
Hayward, H., 22.
Headden, W. P., 9,30. !
Heatwole, J. P., 16. .. ,,,
Hebard, G. R., 26. .i
Hedrick, U. P., 16. I
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HKnaicutt, J.B., 33.
Hunt. T..,46.
uHamter, J. A.,jr., 48.
HRuntley.P.A.,6.
HuIdbwE ZB. 3,1.
Hurt'W. W., S.
Hnsta. H.A.,12.34,S7.
HutohimI, B. W., a.
Hutchinws, T. P., 14.
Hutchiwns, W. L., 16. 40.
Hutson, C. W., 51.
Hydje t53..
Hyde, I. H., 9, 10.
HydeJ. ,24.
Irby,B.,45.
Irby, G. B., S.
Ihleg.L 0., 48.
.4igmiolI, O.A.. 31.
iZgsnt, C. L., 17,42.
lagrmhewm, E. 8., 25.
Igun., BXK.,32.
Ive, C. ,3 51.
Ire%,.B., 12.
Ib ,M. V. B., I..
JsMoe LJ., 37.
Jadmonu,J. H., 37.
Jkdam,,J. P.,48.
sam..c LD..43.
Jffa, t.lZ.,8,29.
,lamm, D. H., 13-.
Jams. WT. D.. 23.
Jamiseom. H.. 3W
Jumgon.M. P.,23.
JrmklmILUH..I.57.
Jelter, C. G., 3.
Jpsm, W. L.. 20.
J ess. LH..41.
Johms,J. D.,Sl.
JohIau, u. A., AI, U, SE 56
Jb BC. H., IL5.
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Jordan, W.H., 14,38.
Kaley. C. W., 17.
Kamrns, T. C., 50.
Kantle, J. H., 37.
Kaufman, E. E., 45.
KAuffMaD, G. B., 46.
Keady, W. P., 21.
Kedzie, F. S.. 39.
Kedzie, N. 8., 36.
Kedzie, R. C., 16.39.
Keene, E. S., 45.
Keith, C., 26.
Kellerman, W. A., 46.
Kelley, H., 13.
Kellicott, D. S., 46.
Kellner. E.. 8.
Kellogg, A. L., 9.
Kellogg. M.. 8,29.
* Kemmler, E.KA. '6.
Kennedy, A. IR.. 3d.
Kenwill, M.. 31.
Kenyon, '.. 52.
I Kerr, C. V., 28.
SKerr, G. A., 57.
SKey, S., 15.
SKeyes, H.. 18.
Keyser. F. R., 3:3.
SKihlberg. F. Po. .19.
Kilgom,.. W.. 2-. 57.
Kimbro. H. F.. 51.
Klfibrough, J. M.. II.
King, C. I. 5$.
King. F. 11., W'. S6 .
King, M. H.. 41.
Kiing. It. C.. 16. 40.
Kingbury, A., 43.
Kinkiakd. T. W., 4s.
Kakerl. G..,Jr.. 17.
Kjuky. D.. .
Klnny. L. F.. 22. 48.
KlloIM. P., 31.
SKniMpp I., 12.
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Koons, B. F., 10,31..
Korn, J.,9.
Kower, H., 29.
Krohn, W. 0., 34.
Kruckeberg, H. W., 9.
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