Fundamental conceptions of dementia præcox. (British Medical Jour., 29 Sept., 1906, vol. ii., p. 757.)

Same, with discussion. (Jour. of Nervous and Mental Disease, May, 1907, vol. xxxiv., p. 331.)

The relation of emotional and intellectual functions in paranoia and obsessions. (Psychological Bulletin, 15 Aug., 1906, vol. iii., p. 255.)

The relation of psychogenic disorders to deterioration, with discussion. (Jour, of Nervous and Mental Disease, June, 1907, vol. xxxiv., p. 401,)

Mitchell, F. D. Mathematical prodigies. (Amer. Jour. of Psychology, Jan., 1907, vol. xviii., p. 61.)

Moler, G. S. Ezra Cornell and Sibley College. (Cornell Era, May, 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 391.)

Moore, V. A. The control of bovine tuberculosis. (Proceed. ings of the State Dairymen's Assoc., 1906.) Also in Holstein-Friesian World, June, 1907.

Meat inspection. (Report of the 6th Annual Conference of Sanitary Officers of the State of N. Y., 1906.)

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Myers, C. C. A rational treatment of labor. (Sibley Jour., March, 1907, vol. xxi., p. 214.)

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The Catholic layman's place in the 20th century. (St. Vincent de Paul Quarterly, Aug., 1906, vol, xi., p. 199.)

The essentials for success in medicine. (N. Y. Medical Jour., 23 March, 1907, vol. lxxxv., p. 547.)

Also separately reprinted.

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Also in Transactions of the Amer. Climatological Assoc. 1906, vol. xxii., p. 26. Also separately reprinted.

The stress and strain of modern life. (Messenger, April, 1907, vol. xlvii., p. 404.)

The treatment of la grippe. (Medical Record, 22 Dec., 1906, vol. 1xx., p. 988.)

Also separately reprinted.

Needham, J. G. The contribution of animal morphology to education (abstract). (Congress of Arts and Science, St. Louis, 1906, vol. v., p. 283.)

The eggs of benacus and their batching. (Entomological News, 1907, vol. xviii., p. 113. )

Supplemental descriptions of two new genera of aschnines. (Bulletin of the Amer. Museum of Natural History, 1907, vol. xxiii., p. 141.)

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Nelson, J. A. The morphology of dinophilus Conklini n. sp. (Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Jan.-March, 1907, vol. lix., p. 82.)

Newcomb, J. E. Diseases of the trachea ; anomalies, hemorrhage, inflammations and infections. (Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, Dec., 1906, vol. xv.)

Nichols, E. L. Concepts of physical science. (Congress of Arts and Science, St. Louis, 1906, vol. iv., p. 18.)

The scientific work of DeWitt Bristol Brace. (Physical Review, June, 1907, vol. xxiv., p. 515.)

and E. Merritt. Studies in luminescence further experiments on the decay of phosphorescence in sidot blende and certain other substances. (Same, July, 1906, vol. xxiii., p. 37.)

editor. The physical review, 1906-1907. Niles, W. L. Malaria. (C. U. Medical College Dispensary, Medical Report, Jan., 1905, no. 1, p. 102.)

Norris, H. H. The attitude of the technical school toward the profession of electrical engineering. (Proceedings of the Amer. Institute of Electrical Engineers, June, 1907, vol. xxvi.)

Blank forms for use in electrical engineering instruction. (Proceedings of the Soc. for the Promotion of Engineering Education, 1907, p. 170.)

Dedication of the Rockefeller Hall of Physics. (Western Electrician, 14 July, 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 21.)

Electrical engineering progress in the United States in 1906. (Sibley Jour., Jan., 1907, vol. xxi., p. 138.) Also in Western Electrician, 5 Jan., 1906, vol. xxxviii., p. 6.

Synchronous motor problems. (Same, June, 1907, vol. xxi., p. 334.)

Technical graduates in electric power stations. (Electrical World, 2 Feb., 1907, vol. xlix., p. 221.)

[Review of] Alternating current motors; by A. S. Mc Allister. (Sibley Jour., Jan., 1907, vol. xxi., p. 154.)

[Review of] Alternating currents; by G. G. Lamb.Applied electricity; by J. P. Yorke. (Engineering Literature : Supplement to Engineering News, 13 Dec., 1906, vol. lvi., p. 635.)

[Review of] American electric railway practice ; by A. B.. Herrick and E. C. Boynton.- Electric railway engineering ; by. H. F. Parshall and H. M. Hobart. Electric railways; a series of papers and discussions presented at the International Electrical Congress in St. Louis, 1904. (Same, 13 June, 1907, vol. Ivii., p. 663.)

[Review of] Electric and magnetic ineasurements and measuring instruments ; by F. W. Roller.- Long-distance electric power transmission; by R. W. Hutchinson, jr. (Same, 18 April, 1907, vol. lvii., p. 439.)

[Review of] Electrical engineering in theory and practice; by G. D. A. Parr. The practical testing of dynamos and motors; by C. F. Smith. (Same, 12 July, 1906, vol. Ivi., p. 55.)

[Review of] An elementary text-book ; by E. Rosenberg. Précis d'électricité; by P. Niewenglowski. (Same, 14 Feb., 1907, vol. lvii., p. 196.)

[Review of] Graphical treatment of the induction motor ; by A. Heyland. The elements of electrical engineering; by W. S. Franklin and W. Esty. (Same, 18 Oct., 1906, vol. Ivi., p. 417.)

[Review of] Modern polyphase machinery ; by A. Stewart. (Same, 13 June, 1907, vol. lvii., p. 666.)

[Review of] Polyphase currents; by A. Still. Elementary principles of continuous current dynamo design ; by H. M. Hobart. (Same, 15 Nov., 1906, vol. lvi., p. 523.)

Northup, c. S. The aims of Phi Beta Kappa. (Cornell Era, Oct., 1906, vol. xxxix., p. 29.)

An archaism in The ancient mariner. (Modern Language Notes, Feb., 1907, vol. xxii., p. 63.)

The quarter-centennial of Phi Beta Kappa. (Cornell Era, June, 1907, vol. xxxix., p. 461.)

Recent studies of The pearl. (Modern Language Notes, Jan., 1907, vol. xxii., p. 21.)

[Reviews of] The higher study of English ; by A. S. Cook.

Select poems of Robert Browning ; edited by R. Burton.Exposition in class-room practice ; by T. C. Mitchill and G. R. Carpenter. (Jour, of Pedagogy, Dec., 1906–March, 1907, vol. xix., pp. 177-180.)

[Review of] Historical study of the other tongue; by H. C. Wyld. (Dial, 1 June, 1907, vol. xlii., p. 344.)

[Review of] Mittelenglisches Lesebuch ; von F. Kluge. (Jour, of English and Germanic Philology, Jan., 1907, vol. vi., p. 315.)

[Review of] Mrs. Brookfield and her circle; by C. and F. Brookfield. (Englische Studien, May, 1907, vol. xxxviii., p. 100.)

[Review of] A practical guide for authors in their relations with publishers and printers; by W. S. Booth. (Jour, of Pedagogy, June, 1907, vol. xix., p. 313.)

joint compiler. The Cornell chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (Theta of New York). Ithaca, 1906. 16°. pp. 49.

joint editor. The journal of English and Germanic philology, 1906–1907.

joint editor. The journal of pedagogy, 1906-1907. Nutt, J. J. An improved traction shoe. (Jour. of the Amer. Medical Assoc., 13 April, 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 1270.)

Painful heel, with a demonstration of a theory as to a mechanical cause. (Same, 19 Jan., 1907, vol. xlviii., p. 224.)

Ogden, H. N. The installation of farm-water supplies. (Cyclopedia of American agriculture, edited by L. H. Bailey, 1907, vol. i., p. 292. )

Olmsted, E. W., editor. Legends, tales and poems of Becquer, edited with introduction, vocabulary and notes. Boston, 1907 8o. pp. 288. (International modern language series.)

Osterberg, E., and C. G. L. Wolf. Day and night urines. (Jour. of Biological Chemistry, May, 1907, vol. iii., p. 165.)

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Pearson, R. A. Care of milk on the farm (revised). (U. S. Departinent of Agriculture, Farmers' Bulletin, Sept., 1906, no. 63, pp. 1-40.)

Ithaca's milk supply. (Ithaca Jour., 3 April, 1907, vol. lxx.)

Peebles, J. C. Lightning phenomena in electric circuits. (Sibley Jour., May, 1907, vol. xxi., p. 298.)

Pope, P. R. [Review of] Deutsches Liederbuch für americanische Studenten ; edited by the Germanistische Gesellschaft of the University of Wisconsin. (Modern Language Notes, Feb., 1907, vol. xxii., p. 58.)

Rankin, G. A. Action of light on sulphur. (Jour. of Physical Chemistry, Jan., 1907, vol. xi., p. 1.)

Ranum, A. The group of classes of congruent matrices with application to the group of isomorphisms of any abelian group; a dissertation. (Transactions of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., Jan., 1907, vol. viii., p. 71.)

On the matrices of period a power of p in Jordan's linear congrnence groups, modulo pa. ( Bulletin of the Amer. Mathematical Soc., April, 1907, vol. xiii., p. 336.)

Rice, J. E. The new poultry husbandry. (Cornell Countryman, Junie, 1907, vol. iv., p. 295.)

The size of eggs and feed. (Rural New Yorker, 13 April, 1907, vol. lxvi.,

p. 329.)

What shall we do to save the turkeys? (Country Life in America, Nov., 1906, vol. xi., p. 56. )

and R. C. Lawry. Questions on poultry house construction. (Cornell Reading Course for Farmers, Jan., 1907, 78. no. 33, p. 637.)

Ries, H. The clays of Wisconsin and their uses; with a report on molding sands, by H. Ries and F. L. Gallup. Madison, 1906. 8°. pp. xii. +259. Nlus. (Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey. Bulletin 15.)

Clays, their occurrence, properties and uses, with especial reference to those of the United States. Ist ed., ist thous. New York, 1906. 8o. pp. xvi. +490. 44 plates and 65 figs.

Economic geology of the United States. [2d ed.] New York, 1907. 8°. pp. xxiii. + 451. Plates, maps and figs.

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