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I; MONTHLY LIST OF PUBLICATIONS'
S: DECEMBER, 1929
a no remittances to the U. S. Department of Agriculture
ofM r f the .eral publications listed herein, except those otherwise noted, may
.ni pon ajplleiation to the United States Department of Agriculture, Washington,
: the department's supply lasts. Free distribution of periodicals is restricted.
department s supply is exhausted, publications may still be obtained from the
-of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., but by pur-
S h the. pri&e stated. herein.
reatittanar.eto the Superintendent of Documents direct. His office is not a part
ot qf Agriculture.
S .GENERAL PUBLICATIONS
'. *: FARMERS' BULLETINS
iicteWgta in nontechnical language a wide variety of subjects pertaining
4l' ftrm home.
Clean milk. (With slight revisions.) Ernest Kelly, Bureau of
m atry. 18 p., figs. 10. (Farmers' Bulletin 602 F Revised.) Price,
_- Oison weed." C. Dwight Marsh, A. B. Clawson, and Hadleigh
i*'1; Animal Industry. 13 p., figs. 6. (Farmers' Bulletin 988
a e. ]garkspur and gives measures which should be taken to reduce
Sjin back yards. M. A. Jull and A. R. Lee, Bureau of Animal
i ,|; ,-f:lg. 2*.. (Farmers' Bulletin 1508 F Revised.) Price, 100.
the mangesmept of tbel-;ard and suburban flocks Including the
of dceens: incubation and brooding; feeding, with special
me andpl feeding for egg production; construction of
houses; description of equipment of houses' and the control of
a~PEi ar aterla& o the same general character as that carried by
otlhat te leaflets. are confined to specilie practical directions,
lR inmeithosa.. t'Bey are brief and concise, written in in-
f and''are limited to eight pages.
A#.teJ.. Viinm at, Bureau of Home Economics. 8 p., figs. 9.
i s daulgneed. by the Bureau of Eome Economics especially
n oi'rd, bitt equally adMpted for home wear. The leaflet is in-
ij-f o fl homemakers, clothlng specialists in the extension service, and
'.aho Airbtllags fe the adahdlWttr of. more hygienic types of children's
,.I!U Ti-, CAL, BUL:.ET .8.
*ti'lw:tv:A*, tAhe results of zeientile and research work applying to
0 lately. The editions. are lmited, as they are intended
W Yi'd.. .: Mudch, pharmacologist, and James Silver
pL i 6f cadegieal r survey. 86 p., pL 1. (Technical Bul-
'.i u"sualyrfe iZ teat. red squill in the concentrations
th'the Idealf ~t iolsor. 'This i tle report of an investi-
ot ll--4'ppotent0 reduaqu l prwaratiot.
'eatra 'rope.. A review of investigations from 1924 to 1927.
MBura. u of Entomology.. 55 p., .8as. 8, pIS. 10.
coni n bu n of the borer in
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Yields of second-growth spruce and fir in the Northeast Walter H. Meyer, t:
Service. 52 p., figs. 18, pls. 3. (Technical Bulletin 142 T.) Price, 15*.
The pulp and paper industry is rapidly depleting the virgin forest in the NorthR
and need is felt to have available correct information regarding the possible yields
second-growth timber coming in on cut-over lands.
Life history and habits of grasshopper mice, genus Onychomys. Part I, Vol&
Bailey; Part II, Charles 0. Sperry, Bureau of Biological Survey. 20 p., 4:'A
1 fig., map. (Technical Bulletin 145 T.) Price, 100.
Gives a general account of the habits and life history of the grasshopper mice, W
detailed report on the food of the genus as determined from laboratory examination:
the contents of 96 stomachs of the mice collected In 13 States during every month i
A method for determining the color of agricultural products. Dorothy Nickeraf
Bureau of Agricultural Economics. 32 p., figs. 18. (Technical Bulletin 21
T.) Price, 10f. .
Experiments made on cotton are used throughout this bulletin se as eaZn -:i
what may be done with other products. They include spectrophotometrie, phota
and colorimetric measurements. The development of hay conversion tables sl deeri
This series carries the less technical and more informal material of the amde gen:
nature as that in the Technical Bulletin series.
Organization and management problems of cooperative oil associations in Minnaes
Rudolph K. Froker, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, and H. Bruce Pr..
University of Minnesota. 47 p., figs. 12. (Circular 80 C.) Price, 10.
The cooperative oil associations of Minnesota were selected for this study. Types
organization and methods of operation are presented.
The handling of California table grapes. C. W. Mann, Bureau of Plant Ind~i
14 p., figs. 5. (Circular 83 C.) Price, 5f. .
Presents statistics as to the table-grape industry in California and discusses
factors to be considered in handling and packing.
Studies of cotton root rot at Greenville, Tex. Homer C. McNamara and. Dafl
Hooton, Bureau of Plant Industry. 16 p., figs. 5, pls. 4. (Circular%'l|J
Records of the location and distribution of root rot on all plots of the Unitedi:
Cotton-Breeding Field Station at Greenville, Tex., for Ihe 8-year period from
1927 form the basis of this report.
Market supplies and prices of apples. J. W. Park, Bureau of Agriculturalt
nomies. 92 p., figs. 11. (Circular 91 C.) Price, 15f. :
This bulletin is a part of an economic study of the apple industry of the tl
States in cooperation with various State agencies. ....
Game birds suitable for naturalizing in the United States. W. L. McAtee, u
of Biological Survey. 24 p., 14 figs., 8 maps. (Circular 96-C.) Preile
Discusses species that respond most successfully to naturalization and slI4
sidered undesirable for introduction. Contains maps showing annual precld
natural vegetation of the world, factors to be considered when a new gahmebi
tried out. .
The farm real estate situation, 1928-29. E. H. Wiecking, BureftU of Agrl
Economics. 67 p., figs. 6. (Circular 101 C.) Price, 15. I
Discusses the situation in general, farm real estate values, changes in J '2
ship, farm credit, and farm real estate taxes.
This series includes those publications of a miscellaneous nature which dS
within any of the other series issued by the department, particularly those .iel-i
other than octavo. Such publications were formerly issued as Miscellaneoeu
The Food, Drug, and Insecticide Administration of the United States Dep
Agriculture. 20 p. (Miscellaneous Publication 48 M.) PriceJ10 f.-
Enforcement of food and drugs act, tea act, import milk act, insecticide a mct
poison act, and naval stores act.
Manual for bird banders. Frederick C. Lincoln, Bureau.of Biological "UY
S. Prentiss Baldwin, director of Baldwin Research Laboratory s .i.d
president of Regional Banding Associations. 112 p., 1tig. T70 (M
Publication 58 M.) Price, 30. ;' .;-
Issued primarily for the bird-banding cooperators of the' Burema of B~oold l.
and designed as a guide for all phases of -their binding' w-or4- n e ye r
for constructing, baiting, and operating traps, for hands dIff t.,
and for the keeping of required records.
List of available publications of the United States Depatnqpti. Ap bui
1, 1929. Compiled by John O. Riley, Office of Informalion: Ti p..t
laneous Publication 60 M.) Price 100. .. -;. .. :. :
nations, and rules governing the distribution are also given.
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I; :. SOIL SURVEYS
Ii'i.::'hese trports consist of two parts: (1) A soil map in colors showing the extent and
S.;i: ittrdttio of the Miferent. soils in the area covered by the survey; and (2) a printed
mpo : it containing brief descriptions of the area, its climate and agriculture, and detailed
i.deseriptions of me soils. They are of interest and value primarily to residents of the
l.4 'a I aurveyed and to .bll specialists. All requests for Soil Surveys are referred to the
iil:iutV 'of Chemistry aBd' Soils, which controls their distribution.
%~ pi:'.E.wa,. Warren County. Price, 150. Minnesota, Lac Qui Parle County. Price,
ft'..'hirilgan, Btarry County. Price, 150. 150.
:. North Dakota, Cass County. Price, 350.
NORTH, AMERICAN FAUNA
S technical series of the Bureau of Biological Survey devoted principally to revisions
of mammals and to biological surveys of States and other major areas. Of
lc:if..it chiefly to professional biologists.
of the American Chipmunks (Genera Tamias and Eutamias.) Arthur H.
:.well, Bureau of Biological Survey. 157 p., figs. 9, pls. 10. (North Ameri-
-; eia lnam 52.) Price, 354.
': results of an intensive taxonomic study of more than 1,300 specimens of the east-
i:' ~. ijn chipmunk, Tamala, and more than 13,000 of the western genus, Eutamias. In
edition, to a technical review of the forms, information is given regarding the dis-
t'ibuo'n and habitat, food and economic status, and other points in the life history
Yi '. thise rodents. An annotated bibliography of more than 100 titles of the principal
:.; patspe relating to American chipmunks since 1743 is appended.
SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS
:i:':' Such notices of judgment, decisions, and instructions as are necessary in the enforce-
zit::ent of regulatory acts are contained in these announcements. They are issued monthly
;;, as necessary by certain bureaus. Free distribution is limited to persons in the employ
i-o', the department, to public officials whose duties render it necessary for them to have
uF g t:.hie information, to journals especially concerned, and to manufacturers and firms whose
I a.:.lsiness is affected by the announcements.
:.gAie.ndments to standards for rough rice. Amendment No. 1 to Service and Regu-
'l tiatory Announcements No. 108. 2 p. (S. R. A.-B. A. E., 108, Amdt. 1.)
0i1CAi^ification of leaf tobacco covering classes, types, and groups of grades. Issued
Si ti:%lider authority of the tobacco stocks and standards act. 8 p. (S. R. A.-
g -A.y..-" 118.) Price, 50.'
flbfrmnation, instructions, rulings, etc., concerning the work of the Bureau of Animal
: .nduttry. pp. 87-97. November, 1929. (S. R. A., B. A. I., No. 270.) Price, 5t.
.ldification of satin-moth quarantine regulations. Amendment No. 1 to revised
r;.iules and regulations supplemental to Notice of Quarantine No. 53. (Revised.)
;\*...: :(P. Q. C. A.-Q. 53. Amdt. 1.) Price, 50.
%f. es of judgment under the food and drugs act. Compiled by the Food, Drug,
i'd Ininsecticide Administration. Price, 50. each.
-. I'. D. 16376-16400). pp. 235-265. December, 1929- (N. J. F. D. 16401-16425).
Afl. 8T"-2-90. December, 1929; (N. J. F. D. 16426-16456). pp. 291-302. November,
Ira ; (N. J. F D. 16451-16475). pp. 303-314. December, 1929; (N. J. F. D. 16476-
p. pp. 15-325. December, 1929; (N. J. F. D. 16501-16525). pp. 327-337.
Avee i', 1929.
adlllected from imported plants and plant products from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1928,
'V 4 A$anual Letter of Information No. 41. P. Q. C. A. No. 97. Supplement.)
t 8.p. Price; lo0.
eand Regulatory Announcements, Bureau of Animal Industry, November, 1929.
~4re '.and 'Regulatory Announcements No. 271. pp. 99-106. (S. R. A.-
i .. A" I. 271.) Price, 50.
'. OTHER PUBLICATIONS
o, t6oresut ServiCe. October, 1929. 34 p. Price, 50.
directoryy of officers of the United States Forest Service in Washington and in the
SIssued semiannually. For the exclusive use of the members of the Forest Service
uSgia mia nut in Hawaii. W. T. Pope, horticulturist. 28 p., figs. 9. Ha-
.7i:ulIetin 59.) Price, 100.
B '6Om count of the growing interest in Macadamia-nut culture in Hawaii, an effort
it.en'k'ade to bring together the more pertinent data on the subject and to place
rt the results of investigations that have been in progress at the station for a
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Wree distributii of aapl is efaltait reip ieted. T is bi 4
purchase or subscription l tra te Slperitemdent of Deeaments. '
Agricultural situation.. .VoP 1ib~ a 12. December 1, 1929. Price, .a
a year, domestic; 400 a. yafr, foreign.? :
A brief general saumary of current conditions, including pertinent a
to production, movement, consumption, and prices of the important arp
Climatological data. VoL 16, No 8. August, 1929.
In 42 sections, containing weather statistics for 42. separate sections, e
spending, as a rule to a State. Monthly information for 1 section is 50 a
data regarding all 42 sections, 35f a month, or $4 a year.' Wot for geqer i:'
Crops and markets. Vol. 6, Ne. 11, November, 1929. Price, 5i a
domestic; 850 a year, foreign."
Statistics concerning crops and Alvestoik estimates and market infbtrxit
on supplies, stocks, commercial movement,:.condition and prices ae agrlttilt ;
and studies of prices and demand, both foreign and domestic.
Daily Weather Maps. Limited editions. Not for general distributle .
Edition 1 contains forecasts for all States east of the Miitssipi re t
Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan. Editions issued at Wasnitf --
250 a month, $2.50 a year. Edition 2 contains forecasts for the enUtie
30S a month, $3 a year. Neither edition furnished in quantities u a
placed with the Superintendent of Documents, in advance of isue. l'
CM, bowing the weather conditions and forecasts, are issued at numeroftl.
throughout the United States; 200 a month, $2 a year.
Experiment Station Record; Vol. 60, index number, January-June, i
No. 7, November, 1929. Single numbers.for sale only. Price, i
A technical review of the worhis scientific literature pertaining to ai
volumes a year, of 10 numbers each; 750 a volume, domestic; $1.25 a Vo
Journal of Agricultural Research. Vol. 39, No. 10, November 15, 192i
December 1, 1929; No. 12, December 15, 1929. Ius. Price, 2:
a year, domestic; $5.25 a year, foreign. Not distributed free to ib
Of primary Interest to agricultural scientists and advanced students on
in 2 volumes a year, of 12 numbers each. Free distribution is limited ito '
ries and to institutions or departments doing research work. SoPit4te, -
are distributed free to these desiring them as long as the limited. WppIl ::.:e
Monthly Weather Review. Vol. 57, No. 9, September, 1929. Illus. P
copy; $1.50 a year, domestic; $2.25 a year, foreign. Not If gietl
Contains (1) meteorological contributions and biblingraphl,. (21) weatheirm
the month with an interpretive summary, and (3) climatological table, i-
The Official Record. Vol. 8, Nos. 49-Ma December 5, 12, 19,1 3
50 a copy; 50W a year, domestic; $1.10 a year, foreij.1
Contains official orders and miscellaneous information conia.g
activities and such other matter as should be brought to employlet at
Public Roads. Vol. 10. Price, 10( a copy; $1 a year, dnmesti
No. 9, November, T929. Contents: Earth pressure experiments on i im...
No. 10, December, 1929. Contents: The mechanics of shear failures on ,a.
and the creep of retaining walls. .,. ,. .im.
Snow and lee Bulletin. No. 1, December 18, l9;X No. I2,
1 p., map. 500 a year. Free distribution limited to co
Weather Bureau. .. -~ ,,; 4
Issued on Tuesdays during the winter. Based on da4a .f fregur a
and selected cooperative -stations. As far as practicable all rBeg"
Weather outlook9 Limited edition. N4t for general distribution.
Prepared at and distributed from the following' forecast a.'te:. -
Bureau: Washington, D; C., New Otleans, La., Cfitigo, IL, i r
Franeisco al, Cal, ..
Weekly weather and crop bulletin. Not for general distribttles:v
Gives detailed weather conditions of preceding weeks and their* I
of crole and. farm operations. Limited edition; ..
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