Directory of resident officers of instruction and government and of students, Oct. 9, 1906. [Ithaca), 1906. sm. 8°. pp. 36.

Same, Feb. 12, 1907. [Ithaca], 1907. sm. 89. pp. 35.

Fourth annual musical festival in connection with the Ezra Cornell centennial, Cornell University, April 25-27, 1907. Ithaca, 1907. 8o. pp. 56+(3). Portrs.

The human side of the engineering profession, by V. Karapetoff; abstract of an address delivered before the New York Electrical Society, Oct. 31, 1907. Ithaca, 1906. 8o. pp. II.

The journal of physical chemistry; edited by W. D. Bancroft [and] 1. E. Trevor. Vol. x., no. 7-xi., no. 6, Oct., 1906—June, 1907. m. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 9 nos. 8o. Illus.

" 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. xv., no. 5-xvi., no. 3, Sept., 1906-May, 1907. New York, 1906-1907. 5 nos. 8°.

The physical review; a journal of experimental and theoretical physics, conducted by E. L. Nichols, E. Merritt and F. Bedeil. Vol. xxiii-xxiv., July, 1906—June, 1907. m. New York, 1906-1907. 20. 8o. Ilus.

Proceedings at the dedication of Goldwin Smith Hall, June 19, 1906. (Ithaca, 1906.) 8o. pp. 42. Portrs., frontisp. and orn.

Publications of Cornell University Medical College : studies from the Department of Pathology. Vol. vi. New York, 1906. 8°. Illus.

Services at Sage Chapel, Cornell University, Sunday, December 16, 1906, in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the burning of the Chi Psi Lodge, December 7, 1906. [Ithaca, 1907.) 8o. pp. 13. Orn.

Nineteenth annual report of the Agricultural Experiment Sta. tion, 1906. Ithaca, 1906. 8°. pp. xxii. +234. Nlus.

Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station. No. 240-245. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 6 nos. 8o. Nlus.

Cornell reading course for farmers. 75. no. 31-35, Nov., 1906March, 1907. m. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 5 nos. 8o. Photo-engrs, and wdcts.

Cornell reading course for farmers' wives; M. Van Rensselaer, supervisor. 55. no. 21-25, Nov., 1906–March1907. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 5 nos. 8o. Photo-engrs.

Home nature-study course; by A. B. Comstock and J. W.


Spencer. N. S. vol. iii., no. 1-4, Oct., 1906—May, 1907. 2m. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 4 nos. 8o. Photo-engrs, and wdcts.

Junior naturalist monthly ; A. G. McCloskey, editor. N. S. vol. iii., no. 1-8, Oct., 1906—May, 1907. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 9 nos. 8°. Photo-engrs.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, N. Y. Section of the Climatological Service of the Weather Bureau. Report. Vol. xviii., no. 6xix., no 5, June, 1906—May, 1907. m. Ithaca, 1906-1907. 13 nos. 4°. In coöperation with Cornell University.

-Weekly weather bulletin. Vol. [xviii.], no. 11-[xix.], no. 12, 3 July, 1906—25 June, 1907. [Ithaca), 1906-1907. 25 broadsides. In coöperation with Cornell University.

By Oficers 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, 1906, to June 30, 1907, with somie titles omitted in previous lists.

Adams, J. Q., jr. The authorship of two seventeenth century plays. (Modern Language Notes, May, 1907, vol. xxii., p. 135.)

Albee, E. Descriptive and normative sciences. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1907, vol. xvi., p. 40.)

[Review of] The life of reason; by G. Santayana. Vol. III.-V. (Same, March, 1907, vol. xvi., p. 195.)

editor. The philosophical review, 1906-1907. Atkinson, G. F. Elementary botany. 3d ed., revised. New York, 1905. sm. 8°. pp. xiii. +513. Ilus.

The development of agaricus campestris. (Botanical Gazette, Oct., 1906, vol. xlii., p. 241.)

The influence of mushrooms on the growth of some plants. (Bulletin of the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, June, 1906, no. 240, p. 217.)

Bailey, L. H. Types of farming. New York, 1907. 16°. (Rural science series.)

The agricultural college and the farm-youth. (Century Magazine, Sept., 1906, vol. lxxii., p. 733.)

Education by means of agriculture. (Cornell Era, Dec., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 105.)

I am that I am. (Cornell Countryman, Feb., 1907, vol. iv., p. 126.)

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The making of a modern farm. (Outlook, 25 Aug., 1906, vol. lxxxiii., p. 942.)

A rainy day, poem. (Century Magazine, March, 1907, vol. lxxiii., p. 694.)

The summons. (Cornell Countrynian, May, 1907, vol. iv., p. 244.)

Why some boys take to farming. (Century Magazine, Aug., 1906, vol. Ixxii., p. 612.)

editor. Cyclopedia of American agriculture; a popular survey of agricultural conditions, practices and ideals in the United States and Canada. Vol. i. New York, 1907. 4°. pp. xviii. +618. Illus.

editor. Cyclopedia of American horticulture, comprising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants sold in the United States and Canada. 4th ed. New York, 1906. 6v. 4°. Illus.

Bancroft, W. D. The electrochemistry of chemistry. (Transactions of the Amer. Electrochemical Soc., 1906, vol. ix., p. 13.)

Lecture room switchboard. (Same, p. 333.)

Photochemistry and the phase rule. (Jour. of Physical Chemistry, 1906, vol. x., p. 721.)

[Papers from the laboratory of W. D. Bancroft, published in the Jour. of Physical Chemistry, 1906-1907, vol. x.-xi.]

Vol. x. Electrolytic precipitation of bronzes, by B. E. Curry, p. 515; The constitution of the copper-tin alloys, by E. S. Shepherd and E. Blough, p. 630 ; Identification of solid phases, by L. F. Hawley, p. 654 ; Allotropic silver and its colors, by F. E. Gallagher, p. 701 ; Copper cathodes in nitric acid, by J. W. Turrentine, p. 715.

Vol. xi. Action of light on sulphur, by G. A. Rankin, p. 1; Equilibrium between ammonia and hydrogen sulphide, by J. P. Magnusson, p. 21; Manostats, by R. Stevenson, p. 107; Electrolytic precipitation of zinc, by R. C. Snowdon ; Polarization voltages in silver nitrate solutions ; by J. A. Wilkinson and H. W. Gillett.

Two of the above are also in Transactions of the Amer. Electrochemical Soc., 1906.

[Papers from the laboratory of W. D. Bancroft, published in the Transactions of the Amer. Electrochemical Soc., 1906, vol. ix.]

Laboratory resistance furnaces, by G. R. White, p. 143 ; Alternating current electrolysis with cadmium electrodes, by G. R. White, p. 305.

editor. The journal of physical chemistry, 1906-1907. Also about 30 book reviews in the Jour. of Physical Chemistry.

Barringer, B. S. The diagnostic value of the cystoscopic examination in carcinoma cervicis uteri. (Medical Record, 18 May, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 805.)

The Luys urine separator. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences, March, 1907, N. S. vol. cxxxiii., p. 391.)

Barringer, T. B., jr. Personal hygiene. New York, 1907. sm.

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Some unusual results of intrathoracic compression. (Medical Record, 20 April, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 637.)

and J. C. Roper. The prognosis of transient spontaneous glycosuria and its relation to alimentary glycosuria. (Amer. Jour. of the Medical Sciences, June, 1907, N. S. vol. cxxxiii., p. 842.)

Bedell, F. The principles of the transformer. New York, 1907. 8o. pp. 416.

Note on the graphical representation of non-sinusoidal alternating currents (abstract]. (Physical Review, Sept., 1906, vol. xxiii., p. 249.)

and E. B. Tuttle. The effect of iron in distorting alternating-current wave form. (Transactions of the Amer. Institute of Electrical Engineers, Sept., 1906, vol. xxv., p. 601.)

editor. The physical review, 1906-1907. Bennett, C. E. The Latin language, a historical outline of its sounds, inflections and syntax. Boston, 1907. sm. 8o. pp. xiv. + 258. (Bennett's Latin series. )

The ablative of association. (Transactions of the Amer. Philological Assoc., 1905, vol. xxxvi., p. 64.)

[Review of] Case constructions with similis and its compounds; by T. M. Jones. (Classical Philology, Oct., 1906, vol. i., p. 437.)

associate editor. Classical philology, 1906–1907. Bentley, I. M. The psychology of organic movements. (Amer. Jour. of Psychology, July, 1906, vol. xvii., p. 293.)

[Review of] Psychology; an introductory study of the structure and function of human consciousness; by J. R. Angell. (Same, p. 415.)

[Review of] The psychology of beauty ; by E. D. Puffer. (Philosophical Review, Jan., 1907, vol. xvi., p. 86.)

associate editor. The psychological index, 1906.

See also Titchener, E. B., aud I. M. Bentley, editors. Cornell University studies in psychology.

Bingham, J. W. Professor Kales and common law remainders. (Michigan Law Review, May, 1907, vol. v., p. 497.)

Some suggestions concerning the law of fixtures. (Columbia Law Review, Jan., 1907, vol. vii., p. 1.)

Bogert, G. G. A word to the wise. (Cornell Era, Oct., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 9.)

Browne, A. W. A modified hydrogen sulphide generator. (Jour. of the Amer. Chemical Soc., July, 1906, vol. xxviii., p. 838.)

[Review of] Report of the International Committee on Analysis to the Sixth International Congress of Applied Chemistry at Rome, 1906. (Same, Aug., 1906, vol. xxviii., p. 1035.)

and M. J. Brown. A constant pressure gas generator for use over a wide range of pressure..- A new portable gas generator. (Same, June, 1907, vol. xxix.)

Also abstracts in Jour, of the Amer. Chemical Soc. and in Chemical Abstracts.

Bull, C. S. Auto-intoxication in relation to the eye. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 9, 23 Feb., 1907, vol. xlviii.)

A case of supposed glioma of the eyeball. (Medical Record, 8 Dec., 1906, vol. lxx., p. 928.)

Forms of choroiditis resembling the well-known syphilitic type. (British Medical Jour., 1906, vol. ii.,

p. 1854.) Miotics in glaucoma, discussion. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 23 Feb., 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 726.)

The post-operative history of sixty cases of chronic glaucoma : second series. (Transactions of the Amer. Opthalmological Soc., 1907, vol. xi.)

Rare forms of chorioiditis. (Medical Record, 4 May, 1907, vol. lxxi., p. 728.)

Some of the rarer lesions of the eye due to chronic lithæmia. (Annals of Ophthalmology, June, 1907, vol., xvi.)

Treatment of progressive atrophy of the optic nerve due to acquired syphilis by subconjunctival and intravaginal injections of sublimate of mercury. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 15 Sept., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 823.)

Tumors of the uveal tract, continued discussion. (Same, 11 Aug., 1906, vol. xlvii., p. 415.)

The value of the X-rays in the treatment of inoperable malignant disease of the eye and orbit. (Same, 29 Sept., 1906, vol. xlvii.)

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