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: Agr~cuiture 1915.. Pp. 55.
a t ; ).'.Dfiviulon of Accounts and Disbursements, 1915. Pp. 3.
i ti e Bureau of Animal Industry, 1915. Pp. 66.
fi he Bureu of Biological Survey, 1915. Pp. e 15.
1915t Pp. 10.
*Ohbr Bi eau of Crop. Estimates, 1915. Pp. 7.
&" li4:' Pp, 21.
dbTist, 1915. Pp. 21.
.r the 'Of ce of Experiment Stations, 1915. Pp. 18.
S AHorticltural Board, 1915. Pp. 11.
..915, .Pp. 0,
Etidoe and mFnjicide Board, 1915. Pp. 4.
"s.Q;fl.ce of Markets and Rural Organization, 1915. Pp. 38.
shQ ce but bpf pu ral and at the prices noted
Sf the Bureau of Plant Industry, 1915. Pp. 16. -
"'..eto of th. OBlieu of Pbolicl Roads, 1915. Pp. 14.
i qt u Mi oi eau of Cr Estimaes 1915. Pp. 10.
9S J'Pp. 291 .
19L.e th .Burea 1915. Pp. 20.
e3ioethe A cjtjrjg Experiment Stations During
S ,1f1i4. f .acS. o(Offce of Experiment StatlonqJ
H.:i*u,, o ut lBoad 11. "lPp. 11.JS
-! t'jntentt itn ceritance of Length of Pod in Certain
-Aroneycomb .earemt-Rot of Oak Caused by Stereum
B~,~jif~G;ihatiment oh Wttiter C ite in the
l i v a0ironu Pearl.-Iriluence of Growth of
the Breau of Plant Biolodus al P pertes of Soil. By
.. iU of Sogs, 1915. P rce 10 cet..
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Journal of Agricultural Researeh-Cotni. O .:c *-. '.
Same, No. 1i. Dec. 13 1915. Contents: oTra4oc %1 iO it l
Seeds and Tubers p CIe ... ...Lu.t*.
Fate and Effect of Are I
Angular Leaf-Spot ofq. By "in F. Sith
Bryan.-Activity of o. By .George -.l.i
V. Poisoning in flgi y GmVnult omn hzutpu4 U.y
XLII-XL. Price, 10 cents.
Same, No. 12. Dec. 20, 1915. Contents: Biology .of A~aa1nal i
G. Tower.-Respiration Bxperiments with Sweet Petares: By
1 bring and Lon A. Hawkins.-Cherry and Hawthorn sawfl'Iere. :r
S Parrott and B. B. Fulton.-Variations in Mineral opos i4 n. of LeaL I
I / Stems of the Wild-Grape V'he and -Bgar-MpIle\ i ShWid.
495-542, pls. L-LI. Price, 10 cents.
SSame, o. 13. Dec. 27, 1915. Contents: Carbohydrate TanrmA in
Potates. By Heinrich Hasselbiinag ad Los A. Hawkins lD Uresi :i a
Flow. By H. Steenbock.-Petrography of Some North (toli ois C
Relation to Their Fertilizer Requirements. By J. K. Plummer. Pp. 3S4 IB
Price, 10 cents. ,
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Experiment Station Record, Vol. XXXIII, No. 7, November, 1915. E.". .
Editor. Pp. 601-700. Price, 15 cents.
Bame, Vol. XXXIII, No. 8, December, 1915. Pp. 701-800. P~ri e, : i! ,
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The Monthly Crop Report. Vol. 1, No. 8, Dec. 30, 1915. Pp. 77-92. (Bureau of Crop
Contains data relating to agriculture, including estimates of acreage, cLandti b- .
yield, prices and value of crops and live stock, and crop summary for 115....
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENT :. .. :
These contain only Information, instructions, and notices governing the enftr .:.i
of the food and drug act, meat inspection, 28 hour and quarantine .aiw. and theatf :l:
regulations of the department. Issued monthly by certain bureau 7re .AstrI fml ,a
is limited to persons in the employ of the department, to public official wha t diul;.
render it necessary for them to have such Information, to journals especil cn.~tM ,
and to manufacturers and firms whose business is affected by same. .ir m
copies are respectfully referred to the Superintendent of Doecment Governait
Office, who has them for sale only, at prices noted.
Bureau of Animal Industry. No. 103. November, 1915. Pp. 121-128. Dec, 28
Price, 5 cents. ,
Federal Horticultural Board. No. 21. October, 1915. Pp. 81--80, Dee. 4, 1915. fPi, J
5 cents.. ..
Federal Horticultural Board. No. 22. November, 1915. Pp. 87-90. Dec. 23, 1815, .
Price, 5 cents. ..
Insecticide and Fungicide Board. No. 12. Pp. 91-99. Dec. 81, 191t ~ :rice, "d~: de *" ..i,
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Soil Survey of Colquitt County, Georgia. By A. T. Sweet and J. B. R. Dickey; PpIA4
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Soil Survey of Dekalb County, Georgia. By David D. Long, of. he Geia S.tapV
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Soll Survey of Tattnall County, Georgia. By Arthur "B. Taylor, Thomas D. Bn ,.i.
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Soil Survey of Clinton County, Indiana. By W. E. Tharp, of the U. S." Departmel-'
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-"Pp. 28, fig. 1, map. (From F. .oils, 1914.) Price, 15 entsat :. -
Soil Survey of darke County, MississippL By A. L. Goodman, o e, S- IK. ,
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map. (From F. 0. Soils, 1914.) Price, 15 cents. ...; .':
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fAga e:. iufture,. and Guy Conrey`"f the Wisconsin Geological and
ir PR 7 l, g.1, p. (From F. 0. Soils, 1913.) Prig, 15
.:i 8 fsurvey tf NortheasterntWisconsin. By W. J. Geib, L. R. Schoen-
l At.it E... Taylor, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, and A. L. Buser,
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itDb w tlans isted below are technical' or scientific treatises or bulletins apply-
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SAshear: Their Characteristics ad Management. By W. D. Sterrett, Forest Examiner,
Earest Servied. Pp. 88, pis. 14. Contribution from the Forest Service. (Professional
.per.) Elee. 13, 1915. (Department Bulletin 299.) Price, 25 cents.
-a# Describes uses for, various species, and methods of reproduction of this valuable
Y :r. Of pee pedial interest to manufacturers of wooden articles.
It Tests of Corn Varieties on the Great Plains. By L. L. Zook, Physiologist, Office of Corn
.la e In actions. Pp. 19, figs. 4. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry.
(Pe.sfifonil Paper.) Dec. 14, 1915. (Department Bulletin 307.) Price, 5 cents.
i: Of putticular interest to farmers, investigators, and teachers in the Great Plains
6iti =Es for:-the Examination of Bituminous Road Materials. By Prevost Hubbard,
...= '" icail: Engineer, and Charles S. Reeve, Chemist. Pp. 48, figs. 20. Contribution
::. fm:... m the Office of Public Roads and Rural Engineering. (Professional Paper.) Dec.
S19 1915. (Department Bulletin 314.) Price, 10 cents.
'A I A.revision of Office of Public Roads Bulletin 38. Technical in character and of
interest to Engineers and Road Contractors.
Willows: Their Growth, Use, and Importance. By George N. Lamb, Forest Examiner.
Pp. 52 ps. 10. Contribution from the Forest Service. (Professional Paper.) Dec.
S 20, 19Oi. Department Bulletin 316.) Price, 15 cents.
Contains general information as to the various uses for willows and their propaga-
i. importance andCharacter of the Milled RlcC Imported into the United States. By F. B.
Wisp, Assistant in Grain Standardization. Pp. 8, pl. 1, fig. 1. Contribution from the
Bureau of Planb Indfistry. Dec. 4, 1915. (Department Bulletin 323.) Price, 5 cents.
S Of interest to growers, shippers, and importers of rice.
SCommunity Production oftDurango Cotton in the Imperial Valley. By Argyle McLach-
Ian, Scientific Assistant, Office of Western Irrigation Agriculture. Pp. 16. Contribu-
tion from.the Bureau of Plant Industry. Dec. 22, 1915. (Department Bulletin 324.)
,Price, 5 cents.
Of especial Interest to those growing cotton under irrigation.
EMilling and'Baking Tests of Wheat Containing Admixtures of Rye, Corn Cockle, King-
"head, and Vetch. By R. C. Miller. Assistant in Charge of Dockage Investigations,
Office of Grain Standardization. Pp. 24, pls. 2, figs. 10. Contribution from the
Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.) Dec. 30, 1915. (Department
Bulletin 128.) Price, 10 cents.
The data presented in this bulletin are applicable to the wheat-producing sections
; of the United States and are of interest to farmers, grain dealers, flour millers, and
sectionss for Blueberry Culture, 1916. By Frederick V. Coville, Botanist. Pp. 16,
pis. 17. Contribution from the Bureau of Plant Industry. (Professional Paper.)
--*. 28, 1915. (Department Bulletin 334.) Price, 15 cents.
Describes soil requirementss, methods of planting, and yields and profits.
eriments in Vaccination Against Anthrax. By Adolph Eichhorn, Chief of the Path-
I:ological Division. Pp. 16. Contribution from the Bureau of Animal Industry. (Pro-
-i:fessional Paper.) Dec. 27, 1915. (Department Bulletin 340.) Price, 5 cents.
Of intere)to stock raisers and veterinarians generally.
Aar.i or Mites. A Review of the Group for the Use of Ewonomic Entomologists.
,i irt h Banks, Entomological Assistant. Pp. 153, figs. 294. Contribution from
'iie Bnreaa of Entomology. Dec. 15, 1915. (Report No. 108, Office of the Secretary.)
66ic, 0 cents..
Iabt fit miscellaneous distribution.
tw of Seeds and Plants Imported by the Office of Foreign Seed and Plyat Intro-
PR'gDarg the Period from July 1 to September 30, 1913. Pp. 74, pls. 6. Dec.
5 (Bureau of Plant Industry Inventory No. 36, Nos. 35667 to 36258.) Price,
.!.: t for miscellanebus distribution. J
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rainfall, and crop conditions throw u t ,tit
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during the winter seasons, based.. qwn ..
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