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Owing to delays caused by sundry legal complications, the executors of the will of Mr. Fiske have as yet been unable to transfer to the University the endowment fund bequeathed by him for the support of the Library, but it is hoped that we shall come into possession of this fund during the summer and that its income will be available for next year.

At the April meeting of the Board of Trustees, upon the recommendation of the University Faculty, the following action was taken:

Resolved, that the Library privileges as now enjoyed by seniors be extended to juniors, also that a subsidiary circulating library on open shelves be established for the promotion of the general culture of the whole student body.

At the May meeting of the Library Council the following resolutions were adopted :

Resolved, that the Library Council request the Trustees to make an appropriation of five thousand dollars for the purchase of books to give effect to the resolution adopted by the Trustees establishing a subsidiary circulating library,

Resolved; That the Council recommend that an appropriation of three thousand dollars be made by the Trustees for the purchase of books for the Reading Room in Goldwin Smith Hall.

These resolutions were duly transmitted to the Trustees and await their action.

In the first term of the year Mr. Austen gave his regular course of lectures on the use of books which was followed by a course of instruction in practical work during the second term. In the second term the Librarian gave his regular course of lectures on general bibliography. The annual record of publications by the University and its officers has been prepared by Miss Dame and the list of donors accompanying this report has been prepared by Miss Thornberg.

Respectfully submitted,

GEORGE W. HARRIS,

Librarian.

APPENDIX XVI

PUBLICATIONS, 1905-1906

Under the Auspices of the University

2m.

2.

The University records. 6 s. no. 1-5. Ithaca, 1905-06. 5 nos. 8o. Photo-engrs.

Contents : -vi. 1. Thirteenth annual report of President Schurman, 1904-05.

The register, 1905-06. Jan., 1906. 3. Announcement of the fifteenth summer session, July 5 to Aug. 15, 1906.

4. The register, 1905-06. May, 1906.

5. Announcement, 1906–1907, the New York State Veterinary College.

Abstracts of work done in the laboratory of veterinary physiology and pharmacology, under the direction of P. A. Fish. No. 3. Ithaca, 1906. 8o. pp. 44. Fig.

The Cornell countryman. Vol. iii., no. 1-9. Oct., 1905-June, 1906. m. Ithaca, 1905-06. 9 nos. 8o. Illus.

Cornell University Medical College Dispensary, New York City : medical report, Jan., 1905. No. 1. New York, (1905). 8o. Nlus.

Directory of resident officers of instruction and government and of students, Oct. 10, 1905. [Ithaca), 1905. sm, 8o. pp. 34.

Same, Feb. 21, 1906. [Ithaca), 1906. sm. 8o. pp. 34.

The journal of physical chemistry ; edited by W. D. Bancroft [and] J. E. Trevor. Vol. ix., no. 7-8, no. 6, Oct., 1905-June, 1906. m. Ithaca, 1905-06. 9 nos. 8o. Nlus.

"Issued monthly except in July, August and September.''

The philosophical review ; edited by J. E. Creighton and E. Albee, with the coöperation of J. Seth. Vol. xiv., no. 5-xv., no. 4, Sept., 1905-July, 1906. 2m. New York, 1905-06. 6 nos. 8o.

The physical review; a journal of experimental and theoretical physics, conducted by E. L. Nichols, E. Merritt and F. Bedell. Vol.

II nos.

xxi.-xxii., July, 1905-June, 1906. m. New York, 1905-06. 2v. 8o. Illus.

Proceedings of the Electrical Society and of the Society of Mechanical Engineers of Cornell University. Vol. xiii., 1905-06. Ithaca, 1906. 8o.

Publications of Cornell University Medical College : studies from the Department of Pathology. Vol. v. New York, 1905. 8o. Illus.

Third annual music festival, Cornell University, April 26-28, 1906, given under the management of the Department of Music, Cornell University. Ithaca, 1906. 8°. pp. 58+(3). Portrs, and orn.

Transactions of the Association of Civil Engineers of Cornell University. Vol. xiv., 1905-06. Ithaca, 1906. 8°. Plates.

Eighteenth annual report of the Agricultural Experiment Station, 1905. Ithaca, 1905. 8°. Illus.

Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station. Nos. 229-239, May, 1905-April, 1906. Ithaca, 1905-06.

8o. Illus. Cornell reading course for farmers. 6s. no. 26–30, with suppl., Nov., 1905-March, 1906. m. Ithaca, 1905-06. 5 nos. 8o. Illus.

Cornell reading course for farmers' wives; M. Van Rensselaer, editor. 4 s. no. 16-20, with suppl., Oct., 1905-Feb., 1906. m. Ithaca, 1905-06. 5 nos. 8o. Illus.

Home nature-study course; A. B. Comstock, editor. N. S. vol. ii., no. 1-4, with suppl., Oct., 1905-May, 1906. 2m. Ithaca, 190506. 4n0s.

8o. Illus. Junior naturalist monthly; A. G. McCloskey, editor. N. S. vol. ii., 110. 1-8, with suppl., Oct., 1905-May, 1906. Ithaca, 1905-06. 8

8o. Illus.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, N. Y. Section of the Climate and Crop Service of the Weather Bureau. Report. Vol. xvii., no. 6-xviii., no. 5, June, 1905-May, 1906. Ithaca, 1905-06. nos. 4o. In coöperation with Cornell University,

Weekly crop bulletin, Vol. (xvii.], no. 10-[xviii.], no. 10, 27 June, 1905–26 June, 1906. W. (Ithaca), 1905-06. 25 broadsides. In coöperation with Cornell University,

By Officers

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In the present list are included the titles of books, pamphlets and contributions to periodicals, transactions, etc., published by officers and fellows of the University during the period extending from July 1, 1905, to June 30, 1906, with some titles omitted in previous lists.

Adams, J. Q., jr. Greene's Menaphon and The Thracian wonder. (Modern Philology, Jan., 1906, vol. iii., P. 317.)

The sources of Ben Jonson's News from the new world discovered in the moon. (Modern Language Notes, Jan., 1906, vol. xxi., p. 1.)

Albee, E. The significance of methodological priuciples. (Philosophical Review, May, 1906, vol. xv., p. 267.)

[Review of] The life of reason, or The phases of human progress ; by G. Santayana. (Same, Sept., 1905, vol. xiv., p. 602. )

co-editor. The philosophical review, 1905-06. Alexander, S. Syllabus of introductory lectures to the clinical courses on the surgical diseases of the genito-urinary system. [New York, cop. 1905.] 8o. pp. 72.

Andrews, A. L., editor. Specimens of discourse. New York, 1905. 16°. pp. xlv. +289. (English readings.)

Atkinson, G. F. The genera balansia and dothichloe in the United States, with a consideration of their economic importance. (Jour. of Mycology, Nov., 1905, vol. xi., p. 248.)

Life history of hypocrea alutacea. (Botanical Gazette, Dec., 1905, vol. xl., p. 401.)

Outlines for the observation of some of the more common fungi. (Plant World, Sept., 1905, vol. viii., p. 215.)

Bailey, L. H. Plant-breeding ; being six lectures upon the amelioration of domestic plants. 4th ed., with a new chapter on current plant-breeding practice. New York, 1906.

PP xiv. +483. Illus. (Garden-craft series. )

The agricultural student. (Cornell Era, Nov., 1905, vol. xxxviii , p. 41.)

How can a college of agriculture keep close to the ground? (Cornell Countryman, June, 1906, vol. iii., p. 207 )

Tasteful farm buildings. (Cornell Reading Course for Farmers, Nov., 1905, 6 s. no. 26, p. 493.)

Tasteful farm yards. (Same, Dec., 1905, 6s. no. 27, p. 521.)

To the winter-course student. (Cornell Countryman, Feb., 1906, vol. iii., p. 111.)

To what extent should the degrees in land-grant colleges be severely technical and scientific ? (Bulletin of the Office of Experiment Stations, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1906, no. 164, p. 99.)

sm. 8°.

What a college farm is for. (Cornell Countryman, Nov., 1905, vol. iii., p. 25.)

Why do the boys leave the farm ? (Century Magazine, July, 1906, vol. lxxii., p. 410.)

Bancroft, W. D. The chemistry of electrochemistry. (Transactions of the Amer, Electrochemical Soc., 1905, vol. viii., p. 33.)

Indirect analysis in multi-component systems. (Jour. of Physical Chemistry, Oct., 1905, vol. ix., p. 558.)

The Van't Hoff-Raoult formula. (Same, May, 1906, vol. x., p. 319.)

Papers from the laboratory of W. D. Bancroft, published in the Jour. of Physical Chemistry, 1905-06, vol. ix.-x.:

Vol. ix. Dineric equilibria, by J. M. Bell, p. 531.
Vol. x.

The alloys of antimony and tin, by F. E. Gallagher, p. 93 ; Studies in vapor composition iv., by H. R. Carveth and J. P. Magnusson, p. 445; Electrolytic corrosion of the bronzes, by B. E. Curry, p. 474; Electrolytic precipitation of lead from acetate solutions, by R. C. Snowdon, p. 500; Ferromanganese anodes in caustic soda, by G. R. White, p. 502.

editor. The journal of physical chemistry, 1905-06. Also about 500 reviews, mostly in the Jour. of Physical Chemistry.

Barnard, W. N. The design of valve gears for steam engines. Pt. 1. Ithaca, 1906. 8o. Pp. 53.

Barringer, T.B., jr. A review of the cases of disease of the heart muscle treated in the second medical division of the Bellevue Hospital Out-Patient Department from Nov., 1903, to June, 1905. (Amer. Jour, of the Medical Sciences, Jan., 1906, vol. cxxxi., p. 46.)

Bedell, F., editor. The physical review, 1905–06.

Bennett, C. E. [Review of] Frank, T. Attraction of mood in early Latin. (Classical Philology, April, 1906, vol. i.; p. 194.)

editor. Virgil's Aeneid, books i-vi, with introduction, notes and vocabulary. Boston, 1905. sm. 8o. pp. xxx. +461. Illus. (Bennett's Latin series.)

Bentley, I. M. Entgegnung. (Zeitschrift für Psychologie und Physiologie der Sinnesorgane, 26 Juli, 1905, Bd. xxxviii., p. 335.)

[Review of] Psychologie und Pathologie der Vorstellung, Beiträge zur Grundlegung der Aesthetik ; von R. Wallaschek. (Philosophical Review, March, 1906, vol. xv. p., 219.)

[Review of] A reconciliation between structural and functional psychology ; M. W. Calkins. (Jour. of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods, 24 May, 1906, vol. iii., p. 303.)

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