HOW TO SECURE PUBLICATIONS.
'i-.e of the publications listed herein, including those with price
Sthe. Journal of Agricultural Research, Experiment Station
ljMlibtfins of the Weather Bureau, may be obtained free upon
i te liE editor and Chief of the Division of Publications, United
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., as long as the depart-
iWLig a letter, applicants may return this list with an "X"
WVoumt the left-hand margin opposite the publication desired, and
Aadidress plainly written at top or end of list.
jalE tent's supply of the publications listed below is exhausted,
of which the price is indicated can still be obtained from
of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington,
only, and at the prices noted herein.
s.to the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office
the Department of Agriculture.
i:.;:. ':. SPECIAL NOTICE.
it. umber of requests for publications are being received daily in
WA. mtomnplete addresses. Many correspondents fail to sign their
U.46 not give post-ofice address. Persons living in large cities fail
U eifle address; and some give as the post-ofice address the wamne
r M.been discontinued for years. The department is unable to
ence unless the signature is legible and the post-ofice address
iit street number or rural route number, as the case may be.
6.0e therefore earnestly requested to see that the complete ad-
SO411 obiunications addressed to this department.
A*.*s toAhe nieau of Soils, 1912. (Fourteenth Report.) By Milton
IA4. With accompanying papers by assistants in charge of field
M: pita. 85, figs. 56, maps 53 (in case). Price, $6.00.
ifloua: lso by Senators, Representatives, and Delegates in Congress. :
llSt'ural m research. (Issued weekly.)
;j pklovembri 1 1815: Contents: Some Potato Tuber-Rots Caused
ttAif iS:By. C. W.. Carpenter.-Infection Experiments with
4i Stactman and Louise Jensen. Pp. 183-216, p1s. A,
poer t. Contents: Experiments in the use of Cur-
SIy S. T. Harding.-Relation of Sulphur Com-
i : ly l. l. Hart and W. E. Tottingham.-Distiribu-
.i.. Ss.i D .ln Caps~pules, Fil.ments, Agp rs, and
.I.PiB ..' X NA.. Allard.-Dissemination of Bac-
SrderIiiigk .. Band. Pp. 217-260, pls. XX-XXIV.
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R. D. Milner.-Occurrence of Manganese in Wheat. By William~ P.
Pp. 299-355, pie. XXX-XXXVI. Price, 10 cents.
Same, No. 9. November 29, 1915. Contents: Ash Composition of..
Rice at Various Stages of Growth. By P. L. Gile and J.. 0. Carrero.-m
Resistance of Plums to Brown-Rot. By W. D. Valleau.-Frequencyj 'i
rence of Tumors in the Domestic Fowl. By Maynie R. Ourtis. i
pls. XXXVII-XXXIX. Price, 10 cents.. J
NOTe.-Beginning with Volume 5, TnE JounMAL or AclaooeuLTrUA
be issued weekly and distributed free onl to the libraries of agricultural |
experiment stations, to large universities, technical schools, and stch
make suitable exchanges with the department. It will not be sent free to.:
The Superintendent of Documents will receive subscriptions for this pulji
price being $3.00 per year, 52 numbers.
Experiment Station Record, Vol. XXXIII, No. 6, Abstract Number. ;
Alien, Ph. D., Editor. Pp. 501-00. Price, 15 cents. .
NoTu.-The Record is a technical review of the world's scientific litmrtqmrFl
ing to agriculture. It is not intended for general distribution, and its free dliPt
is restricted to persons connected with the agricultural colleges, experiment i
and similar institutions, and to libraries and exchanges. It can not be. anai,
individuals having no official connection with public institutions. The SuperjA
of Documents will receive subscriptions for this publication, which is Is ied:
volumes a year, ten numbers each, at $1 a volume. *
The Monthly Crop Report. Vol. 1, No. 7, Nov. 13, 1915. Pp. B6-O:.!
reau of Crop Estimates.)
Contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, coa
yield, prices and value of crops and live stock.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS.
These contain only information, instructions, and notices governing the.l
ment of the pure food and quarantine laws, and the various regulations of .the
meant. Issued monthly by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to i
the employ of the department, to public officials whose duties render it smae
them to have such information, to Journals especially concerned, and to m ani
and firms whose business is affected by same. Others desiring copies are n
referred to the Superintendent of Documents. Government Printing Oct0cK:.
them for sale only, at 5 cents per copy.
Bureau of Animal Industry. Oct., 1915. No. 102. Pp. 113-120. ZE
1915. Price, 5 cents.
Bureau of Chemistry. No. 15. Pp. 21-24. Nov. 4, 1915. Price, 5 o~S?
Federal Horticultural Board. No. 20. Sept, 1915. Pp. 59-79. OetCi
Price, 5 cents.
Insecticide and Fungicide Board. No. 11. Pp. 53-89. Nov. 24, 1015. IA
SoIL SURVEYS. i.:i
Soil Survey of Bryan County, Oklahoma. By William T. Carter, Jr. .
Patrick. Pp. 52, fig. 1, map. (From F. O. Soils, 1914.) PriAe,
Soil Survey of Jefferson County, Texas. By William T. Cartrei
Schoenmann, T. M. Bushnell, and E. T. Maxon. Pp. 4'. pi.. .8,.. .
(From F. O. Soils, 1913.) Price, 15 cents.
Soil Survey of Stevens County, Washington. By Cornelius Vs'ii
U. S. Department of Agriculture, and Fred W. Ashton, it:i he
Geological Survey. Pp. 187, ple. 5, figs. 5, map. (Ptra .-::I
Price, 25 cents.
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it n WlItlona. listed below are technical or Escentile treatises or bulletins apply-
. tI0 e ll 4ai industry or locality. As long as the department's supply lasts, these
Silretin~ wil be supplied free to persons who can use such specialized information. See
H~idbsaons on page 1.
i al .as.a ( arrier of Parasites and Disease. By Maurice C. Hall, Ph. D.,
S.Zoologist Zoological Division. Pp. 27, figs. 13. Contribution from
Blrea~ u of Animal Industry,. Nov. 28, 1915. (Department Bulletin 260.)
. ltOn ont the increasing damage done by the stray and uncared-for dog as a carrier
at paasites and disease germs harmful to both man and live stock, and is especially
ileo lar the use of physicians, veterinarians, and health officers.
fi ibng Machinery Used In Land Drainage. By D. L. Yarnell, Drainage
-neea. Pp. 39, pis. 9. Contribution from the Office of Public Roads and
ural Enginineering. (Professional Paper.) Nov. 10, 1915. (Department
Uiestin 800.) Price, 15 cents.
Sii interest to those who have to do with the installation of systems of drainage; it
iriitable for distribution in the eastern part of the United States.
At batinage By Means of Pumps. By S. M. Woodward, Drainage Engineer.
edvedl with Special Reference to the Upper Mississippi Valley, by C. W.
Oby,' Senior Drainage Engineer. Pp. 60, pls. 8, figs. 3. Contribution from
the Offiee. of Public Roads and Rural Engineering. (Professional Paper.)
Rei. 21, 1915. (Department Bulletin 304.) Price, 15 cents.
: .Treats hl general of the drainage of land which lies so low that it must be protected
flm overflow by levees and the drainage water pumped out of the protected area
wing to lack of gravity outlet. Has special reference to low-lying bottom lands along
h larger streams of the upper Mississippi Valley.
I.lMT, Specialist in Agricultural Education. Pp. 63, pls. 5. Contribution
;isa the States Relations Service. (Professional Paper.) Nov. 11, 1915.
Department Bulletin 305.) Price, 15 cents.
I;ntaded especially for the use of rural school teachers in the Southern States.
eat Pine: Its Economic Importance and Forest Management. By Wilbur
i- Mattoon, Forest Examiner. Pp. 67, pls. 10, figs. 4. Contribution from the
srest Service. (Professional Paper.) Nov. 22, 1915. (Department Bulle-
:i 808.) Price, 15 cents.
.72 of vatle to those who are interested in the timber supply of the Eastern and South-
iwi tates and In the management of tracts of shortleaf pine for their highest financial
t It will be helpful to those in the regions covered desiring to restock denuded
lupErnds by aeans of sowing and planting.
n ." t as a Paper-Making Material. By Charles J. Brand, in Charge, and
oSi n L. Merrill, Assistant. Chemist, Paper-Plant Investigations. Pp. 28, figs.
~" Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.)
iv. .4, 1915. (Department Bulletin 309.) Price, 5 cents.
shoulduld be useful to all persons who are interested in the economic phases of paper
'b.iss espeelally to print and book-paper manufacturers. It has a botanic and cheml-
kliizterqt as well. Not for general distribution.
~ibiity of Some Animal Fats. By C. F. Langworthy, Chief, and A. D.
Nim Scientific Assistant, Office of Home Economics. Pp. 23. Contribution
frtithe States Relations Service. (Professional Paper.) Nov. 9, 1915. (De-
itent Bulletin .10.) Price, 5 cents.
l raf tsdtudies of the digestibility and melting point of lard, beef fat, mutton fat,
lI tj,, nd it primarily of interest to students and investigators of food problems.
Wfi ndlilng and Marketing of the Arizona-Egyptian Cotton of the Salt River
By G. Martin, Investigator in Cotton Marketing. Pp. 16, pls. 3.
Zutien from the Office of Markets and Rural Organization. Nov. 26.
i: apartment Bulletin 311.) Price, 5 cents.
ti ; interest to growers in Arizona and in California, to dealers in Yazoo and
-lta 6tton, to spinners in New England and the Carolinas, and to spinners
fir En6gland and on the Continent.
Sand methodss Proposed for Its Utilization As a Fertilizer. By
f iaggaraman and William H. Fry. Pp. 37. Contribution from the
.ii (Professional Paper.) Nov. 5, 1915. (Department Bulletin
h~xiarater and hot suitable for miscellaneous distribution.
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Features of the Sheep Industries of
Compared. By F. R. Marshall, Senior .I
Investigations, Animal Husbandry: Piiiu : .
from the Bureau of..Animal Industry. ,Nov ~ .
313.) Price, 10 cents. ..
Of interest to sheep raisers and wool bnuers general '..
The Bonavist, Lablab, or Hyacinth Bea 1ii .'..
Charge, and W. J. Morse, Scientifl.. 11#Jt
Pp. 15, pls. 2. Contribution from the B itea of llitt I '
Paper.) Nov. 18, 1915. (Department Bulletin 318.) Pries
Gives description, characteristics, food valli, andl' lr6nght ':r
bean. Especially adapted to the Soutifrn and Southiwetern pt ates.'
Honeybees: Wintering, Yields, Impoits, and Exports of Hdio e.
Jones, Chief, Division of -Crop Reports. 'Pp. 1.2, ConfS~ rtteo
reau of Crop Estimates. Nov. 26, 1915. (Departmeit' BuUstI
Will be found of interest to beekeepers and dealers in bee6 -po etts4i X!W!'
Blackleg: Its Nature, Cause, and Prevention. By Victor A..-
(Copenhagen). Revised by John R. Mohler, V. M. D;, Assltant
Bureau. Pp. 22. Nov. 8, 1915. (Circular 81, Bureau of Al
Sixth Revision.) Price, 5 cents.
Revision of the Pocket Gophers of the Genus Thomomys. By .
Pp. 136, pls. 8, figs. 10. Nov. 15, 1915. (North American
Price, 25 cents.
Not available for free distribution.
Inventory of Seeds and Plants Imported by the Office of Foreig
Introduction During the Period from April 1 to June 80,g 19-~
Nov. 9, 1915. (Bureau tff Plant Industry Inventory iNo.- .i.M
35666.) Price, 10 cents.
Establishing the Swine Industry "on the North Platte Reclamaa|ti
Charles S. Jones, Assistant. With an introduction by F. D.
tourist in Charge. Pp. 26, figs. 5. Nov. 6, 1915. (Bureau ofTi
Price, 5 cents. .
Of interest generally to farmers on all irrigation projects.
Work of the Office of Markets and Rural Organization. By'
Chief. Pp. 16. Revised Edition. Nov. 27, 1915. (Document
Index to Volume 2, Weekly News Letter. August 12, 191i-I
Pp. 17. ......F"'T
No price is quoted for Farmers' Bulletins for the reason that the d
of the current numbers is ordinarily sufficient to make It: possible il
all applicants. .
Fleas as Pests to Man and Animals, With Suggestions for'
F. C. Bishopp, Entomological Assistant, Southern Field (141
nations. Pp. 15, figs. 6. Contribution from the Bureau oxE
1915. (Farmers' Bulletin 683.) d ....:I
For general distribution. :. .
Handling and Shipping Citrus Fruits in the Gulf State;N.
Pomologist in Charge of Fruit Handling and.Storage.-.
figs. 10. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant ,Idustrxi%3
(Farmers' Bulletin 696.) .. .
Of especial interest to citrus fruit growers in all sectilosii.; : .'
PUBLICATIONS OF THE W.A'i Bp tl .
Publications of the Weather Bureau are obtabiebn e on.i'
Weather Bureau or the Superintendent of Document'"e -
the prices noted herein.
National Weather and Crop Bulletin, No. 30, OctoberI
ture, rainfall, and crop conditions through jt tl ai. u t.
weekly, on Wednesday, April to October; tildthte4 m
25 cents a year. :
Editor ..d 9 f1,,"