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372 APPENDICES Third. In trust that if investigations of equal importance shall be made in regard to meteoric bodies at or about the same time in the United States of America and, also, in some other part of the world, each of which investigations might in the opinion of said Academy entitle the investigator to be considered as a competitor for said medal, preference shall be given in the awarding thereof to investigations made by a citizen of the said United States of America. Fourth. In trust, that if the said die shall at any time be lost, destroyed, broken, or in any manner rendered unfit for the purpose of striking the said medal, a new die shall be procured exactly similar to the one so selected and presented as aforesaid, and shall be paid for out of the interest and income of the said fund; and such sum or sums of money as shall at any time or times be necessary for the care, custody and protection of the said die or of the said fund hereby given, shall also be taken from and out of the interest and income of the said fund whenever the same shall be deemed necessary by the said National Academy of Sciences. Fifth. In trust that, if at any time or times the interest and income of said trust fund of Eight thousand dollars shall exceed the amount necessary for the striking of said medal and the care of the said die and of the fund, such surplus over and above the sum or sums so required for the purposes of the trust as hereinbefore recited and set forth shall be used in such manner as shall be selected by the National Academy of Sciences in aid of investi- gations of meteoric bodies to be made and carried on by a citizen or citizens of the United States of America. And the said National Academy of Sciences cloth signify its acceptance of the said fund of Eight thousand dollars and cloth engage to hold and manage the same upon the trusts and for the uses and purposes herein mentioned and set forth. In witness whereof, I, the said Sarah Julia Smith, have hereunto set my hand and seal, and the said National Academy of Sciences bath hereunto caused its corporate seal to be affixed and these presents to be subscribed by its President, this sixth day of May, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four. SARAH JULIA SMITH, [SEAL.] O. C. MARSH, [SEAL N. A. S.] President of the National Academy of Sciences. Sealed and delivered in presence of Annie C. Norton, J. H. Caperton as to Sarah Julia Smith. Witnesses to signature of President Marsh: George J. Brush, E. S. Dana. THE J. C. WATSON FUND The will of Mr. lames C. Watson, dated luly ~ I, ~874, contains the following provisions: Fifth. I give and devise subject to conditions and legacies hereinbefore and hereafter mentioned all the rest, residue and remainder of my real and personal estate to the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, of which I am a member, which said Academy was incorporated by Act of Congress, approved March third, A. D., ~863, to be aggregated, kept and invested as a perpetual fund the income from which shall be expended by said Academy for the promotion of Astronomical Science. ~ ~ ~ ~ I direct that all other bother than those specifically bequeathed otherwise] stocks bonds and securities owned by me be converted into money on the most advantageous terms possible and as soon as it may be advantageous to do so and paid over to the Treasurer of said National Academy of Sciences. I direct that any other personal property belonging to me, as well as any real estate of which I may die possessed, except my books and scientific papers, be sold and dis-

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APPENDICES 373 posed of as soon as may possibly be done advantageously to the interests of my estate and that the proceeds thereof be paid over to the Treasurer of said National Academy of Sciences. I direct that my books and scientific papers be transferred to said National Academy of Sciences, to become a part of the library of said Academy. In order to carry out the wish hereinbefore expressed as to the disposal of the income from the fund resulting from my estate hereby devised to said National Academy of Sciences, I do hereby direct that the designation of the particular objects and works which may be aided by this fund shall be determined, subject to approval by a vote of the Academy, by a Board of Trustees, three in number, who shall be members of the Academy and elected, after the first herein named, by said Academy whenever a vacancy may occur by death or otherwise. The trustees so appointed shall hold said office, unless voluntarily relinquished by them, during the period of their membership in the said National Academy of Sciences, and I do hereby appoint and constitute Julius E. Hilgard of the United States Coast Survey and Simon Newcomb and J. H. C. Coffin, Professors of Mathematics U. S. Navy, all of Washington in the District of Columbia, to be the first Board of Trustees for the purposes herein named. It is my wish that the Academy may if it shall seem proper provide for a gold medal of the value of one hundred dollars to be awarded with a further gratuity of one hundred dollars, from time to time to the person in any country who shall make any astronomical discovery or produce any astronomical work worthy of special reward as contributing to our science. It is my further wish that provision be made for preparing and publishing tables of the motion of all the planets which have been discovered by me, as soon as it may be practicable to do so and I desire that in all cases the trustees and the Academy shall act in harmony to obtain results of the greatest possible aid to our Science from the income fund resulting from my estate. I desire that results so obtained shall be published as speedily as possible in such manner as may be provided by the Academy. I direct that the said National Academy of Sciences take all necessary and proper measures to invest the funds resulting from the property hereby devised where they may be safe and yield the largest income possible consistent with safety. ; i

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APPENDIX VII LIST OF PUBLICATIONS ANNUALS Annual of the National Academy of Sciences for I863-I864. Cambridge, 1865. I2. PP.I-II2. Annual of the National Academy of Sciences for 1865. Cambridge, 1866. I2 . PP.I-I30. Annual of the National Academy of Sciences for 1866. Cambridge, 1867. I2 . PP-I-I54. ANNUAL REPORTS For the year I863............ `` CC CC CC CC CC Cow CC CC CC CC CC Report of cc cc cc cc Date of Publication 1864 I864 1865 I865 1866 I866 1867 I867 1868 I872 ------ I873 I878 ----~- I879 I879 1880 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences from November I6, 1880, to the close of the year I88I... 1882 For the year I882 1883 I883 1884 I884 1885 I885 1886 I886 1887 I887 1888 I888 1890 I889 I89I I890 I89I I89I 1892 374 Date of Publication For the year I892 1893 I893 ~ 1895 I894 1895 I895 1896 I896 1897 I897 1898 I898 1899 I899 I90O I900 I9OI I9OI 1902 I902 1903 I903 ~ I9tO4 I904 ~ 1905 I905 1906 I906 1907 I907 1908 I908 1909 I909 I9IO I9IO I9II I9II I9I2 I9I2 I9I3

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APPENDICES BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS JOSEPH STILLMAN H UBBARD . .. . . .. JOSEPH GILBERT GOTTEN.......... BENJAMIN SILLIMAN, SR........... EDWARD HITCHCOCK ............. NAMES MELVILLE GILLISS.......... ALEXANDER DALLAS BACHE........ JOHN H. ALEXANDER............. WILLIAM CHAUVENET ............ JOHN GOES FRAZER.............. JAMES HENRY COFFIN............ JOHN TORREY ................... WILLIAM STARLING SULLIVANT..... JOSEPH SAXTON ................. HENRY JAMES CLARK............. JOSEPH WINLOCK ................ THEODORE srRoNG ..... DENNIS HART MAHAN............ Louts AGASSIZ .................. JEFFRIES WYMAN ................ JARED porrER KIRTLAND .......... SAMUEL STEDMAN HALDEMAN..... GOUVERNEUR KEMBLE WARREN By Henry L. Abbot. . . . . . WILLIAM A. NORTON By W. P. Trowbridge ANDREW ATKINSON HUMPHREYS.... By Henry L. Abbot...... JOHN LAWRENCE SMITH . . . . . . . . . . . By Benjamin Silliman .... STEPHEN ALEXANDER By C. A. Young .By Samuel H. Scudder .By J. S. Billings .By James D. Dana .By George F. Barker JOHN LAWRENCE LE CONTE....... JOSEPH JANVIER WoODWARD....... ARNOLD GUYOT ................. JOHN WILLIAM DRAPER .......... VOLUME I. 1877. 8. PP.i-Vi,1-343 BY B. A. Gould.......... BY J. G. Barnard........ BY Alexis Caswell ....... .By J. P. Lesley.......... BY B. A. Gould......... BY Joseph Henry ........ BY J. E. Hilgard........ BY J. H. C. Cohn....... .By John L. LeConte..... .By A. Guyot ........... - 375 PAGES .. I- 34 . 35~ 97 99-! 12 ~ 13~134 135~179 . .181-212d . .2 ~ 3-226 . .227-244 . 245-256 . .257-264 . By Asa Gray 265-276 .BY Asa Gray 277-285 . By Joseph Henry 287-3 ~ 6 .By A. S. Packard, Jr 317-328 .By Joseph Lovering 329-343 VOLUME 2. ~ 886. 8 . PP. i-iv, I-388 PAGES . By Joseph P. Bradley I- 28 BY Henry L. Abbot. BY Arnold GUYOt .. .By A. S. Packard.... BY J. S. Newberry....... .ByJ. P. Lesley.......... .. 29- 37 . 39~ 73 ~. 75-~26 . .127-~38 . .139-~72 ~73-188 . .189-199 . .201-215 . .2 ~ 7-248 . . 249-259 . .26 ~ -293 . .295-307 309-347 349-388 i

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376 WILLIAM BARTON ROGERS. EDW ARD TUCKERMAN . . . EDWARD B. HUNT....... JAMES CRAIG WATSON... .{AMES BUCHANAN FADS HENRY DRAPER ................ SPENCER FULLERTON BAIRD....... ASA GRAY ........ JOHN CALL DALTON LEO LESQUEREUX ... ELIAS LOOMIS ...... JONATHAN HOMER LANE. WILLIAM FERREL ....... MONTGOMERY C. MEIGS.. JULIUS ERASMUS HILGARD AMOS HENRY WORTHEN. WILLIAM P. TROWBRIDGE. JOHN LE CONTE ...... FERDINAND VANDIVEER HAYDEN. .. LEWIS MORRIS RUTHERFORD ..... APPENDICES VOLUME 3. 1895. ~ . . . .BY BY BY BY BY BY BY BY BY BY . BY BY BY BY . . . BY BY . . BY . BY BY BY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VOLUME 4. I 902. 8 . PP. i-iv, I -240 GEORGE ENGELMANN By Charles A. White CHARLES HENRY DAVIS By C. H. Davis NAMES EDWARD OLIVER By G. W. Hill FIELDING BRADFORD MEEK By Charles A. White CHARLES EDOUARD BROWN SEQUARD. By H. P. Bowditch..... HUBERT ANSON NEWTON By ]. Willard Gibbs THOMAS LINCOLN cAsEY By Henry L. Abbot GEORGE HAMMELL COOK. . . . . . . . . . . BY G. K. Gilbert. . . . . . GEORGE BROWN GOODE By S. P. Langley JOSIAH PARSONS COOKE. . . . . . . . . . . . . By Charles L. Jackson. . . WILLIAM AUGUSTUS ROGERS. . . . . . . .By Edward W. Morley. . FREDERICK AUGUSTUS GENTH . . . . . . . BY George F. Barker. . . . . . JOHN NEWTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . By Cyrus B. Comstock. . . . . . 233-240 PP. i iV, I-44I Francis A. Walker.... W. G. Barlow........ F. A. P. Barnard...... George C. Comstock.. William Sellers ..... George F`. Barker..... John S. Billings...... W. G. [arrow. . . . . . . . . I6I-I75 S. Weir Mitchell..... J. P. Lesley.......... H. A. Newton....... Cleveland Abbe ...... Cleveland Abbe ...... Henry L. Abbot...... E. W. Hilgard....... Charles A. White..... C. B. Comstock...... Joseph Le Conte ..... Charles A. White..... B. A. Gould......... ~0 0 - l PAGES I- I3 . I5- 28 .. 29- 4I - 43- 57 59- 79 .. 8I-I39 . . I4I-I60 I77-I85 . . I87-2I2 . .213-252 . .253-264 . .265-309 3 I I-326 327-338 339-362 363-367 369-393 .395-413 4I 5-441 PAGES .. I- 2I .. 23- 55 57- 74 75- 9I 93- 97 . 99- I 24 . . . I25-I34 .... I35-I44 . . . I45-I74 . . . I75-I83 . . . I85-I99 .20I-23I~ With portrait.

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APPENDICES JOSEPH HENRY ............. JOHN EDWARDS HOLBROOK.... Louts FRANCOIS DEPOURTALES AUGUSTUS ADDISON GOULD... HENRY AUGUSTUS ROWLAND... THEODORE LYMAN ............ MATTHEW CARY LEA ....... FRANCIS AMASA WALKER...... JOHN GROSS BARNARD........ JAMES EDWARD KEELER....... JAMES HADLEY .................. HENRY BARKER HILL......... SERENO WATSON ............. ROBERT EMPIE ROGERS......... JOHN STRONG NEWBERRY... CLARENCE KING ......... CHARLES EMERSON BEECHER GEORGE PERKINS MARSH... JOHN RODGERS .......... FAIRMAN ROGERS ............... WILLIAM A. ROGERS ~ Pt. a SAMUEL LEWIS PENFIELD.. JOSEPH LE CONTE .............. LEWIS HENRY MORGAN.. ASAPH HALL .................. ALPHEUS HyArr . . . . .. . . . .. JOSEPH LOVERING .............. WILLIAM MORE GABB.......... ALEXIS CASWELL .............. 377 VOLUME 5. 1905. 8. PP. i-vi, I-309 .....By Simon Newcomb........ ...BY Theodore Gill ......... ~BY Alexander Agassiz ...... ~BY Jefiries Wyman and W. H. Da11 91-~13~ . . . By Thomas C. Mendenhall . . ~ ~ 5- ~ 40* . BY H. P. Bowditch 141-153. ..By George F. Barker 155-208 ..By John S. Billings 209-~18 . By Henry L. Abbot ~Ig-~zg~ .BY Charles S. Hastings 231-246* BY Arthur Twining Hadley 247-254* ..... By Charles Loring Jackson 255-2~66. . By William H. Brewer 267-290~ . By Edgar Fahs Smith 291-309. PAGES I- 45 47~ 77 79- 89* VOLUME 6. 1909. 8. PP. i-vi, I-472 PAGES . BY Charles A. White I- 24+ . BY Samuel :Franklin Emmons. 25- 55. . BY William Healey Dall 57- 70* . BY William M. Davis 71- 80 . BY Asaph Hall 8I- 92 .BY Edgar F. Smith 93-Io ...BY Arthur Searle . . . ... ....109-! ~ 7~ ...BY Horace L. Wells . . . . . . . . ~ I9-] 46~ BY Eugene We Hilgard .....147-2I8- BY W. H. HOlmeS 2I9-239~ .BY George William Hill 24I-30g~ .BY William Keith Brooks . . .3 ~ I-325 .By B. Osgood Peirce 3~7-344. BY William He Dall 345-361+ .By Joseph Lovering 363-372~ JOSIAH WILLARD GIBBS BY Charles S. Hastings 373-3g3 ELLIOTT COUES . BY J. A. Allen 395-446 OGDEN NICHOLAS ROOD BY Edward L. Nichols 447-47 With portrait. . . i

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378 W OLCOTT GIBBS ................ WILLIAM KEITH BROOKS......... CHARLES AUGUSTUS YOUNG...... BENJAMIN SILLIMAN ............ JAMES HAMMOND TRUMBULL ..... WILLIAM C. H. BARTLETT......... CYRUS BALLOU COMSTOCK......... SAM UEL WILLIAM ~OHNSoN . . . . . . . CHARLES ABIATHAR WHITE....... SAM UEL PIERPONT LANGLEY . CHARLES OTIS WHITMAN......... ALEXANDER AGASSIZ ....... SAMUEL FRANKLIN EMMONS.. JOSEPH LEIDY ................... 1864, tI8723. APPENDICES VOLUME 7 PAGES ..BY 1?. W. Clarke, 1910 I- 22* ..BY Edwin G. Conklin 23- 88* ..BY Edwin B. Frost 89-~14* .BY Arthur W. Wright ~15 141* BY Arthur W. Wright 143-169 BY Edward S. Holden 17~ ~g3 BY Henry L. Abbot ~ 95-201 BY Thomas B. Osborne 203-222* BY William H. Dall 223 243 BY Charles D. Walcott 245-268* .BY Edward S. Morse 269-288* BY George L. Goodale 289-305. . BY Arnold Hague 307-334+ BY Henry F. Osborn 335 3g4 CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS CONSTITUTION AND MEMBERSHIP . . I 876, I 879, I 882, I 883, I 884, I 885, I 886, I 887, I 888, I 890, I 89 I, I 892, I 893, I 895 ~ I9IO, I9I I, I9I2. LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEMBERS MEMOIRS VOLUME I. I 866. 4 . PP. i-iv, I-343 I. Reduction of the Observations of the Fixed Stars made by TOSEPH LEPAUTE D'AGELET, at Paris, during the years 1783-1785, with a Catalogue of the corresponding Mean Places referred to the Equinox 1800.0. By B. A. GOULD. PP.~-26I. 2. On the Saturnian S)rstem. BY BENJAMIN PEIRCE. Pp. 263-286. 3. On Shooting Stars. By H. A. NEWTON. Pp. 291-312. 4. On the Distribution of Certain Important Diseases in the United States. By AUGUSTUS A. GOULD. PP. 287-290. 5. On Rifled Guns. BY W. H. C. BARTLETT. Pp. 313-343. ~ With portrait.

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APPENDICES 379 VOLUME 2. 1884. 4 . PP. I-262 I. Report of the Eclipse Expedition to Caroline Island, May, 1883. PP. 5-146. 2. Experimental Determination of Wave-lengths in the Invisible Prismatic Spec- trum. By PROF. S. P. LANGLEY. Pp. I 47- I 62, 4 P1S. 3. On the Subsidence of Particlesin Liquids. By W. H. BREWER. Pp. 163-175. 4. On the Formation of a Deaf Variety of the Human Race. By A. GRAHAM BELL. Pp. 177-26~. VOLUME 3. I 885-6. PART I. I 885 4 PP. I-I IO, I-I69 I. The Sufficiency of Terrestrial Rotation for the Deflection of Streams. By G. K. GILBERT. PP. 7-10. 2. On the Temperature of the Surface of the Moon. By PROF. S. P. LANGLEY. Pp. ~-42, pls. ~-6. 3. On a Method of Precisely Measuring the Vibratory Periods of Tuning-forks, and the Determination of the LaWS of the Vibrations of Forks; with Special Reference of these Facts and Laws to the Action of a Simple Chronoscope. By PROF. ALFRED M. MAYER. PP. 43-59, 4 pls. 4. The Baume Hydrometers. By PROF. C. F. CHANDLER. PP. 61-71. 5. On Small Differences of Sensation. By PROF. C. S. PEIRCE and T. IASTROW. Pp. 73-83. 6. Description of an Articulate of Doubtful Relationship, from the Tertiary Beds of Florissant, Colorado. By DR. S. H. SCUDDER. PP. 8s-go. 7. On Structure of the Columella Auris in the Pelycosauria. By PROF. E. D. COPE. PP. 91-95. 8. On the Structure of the Brain of the Sessile-eyed Crustacea. I. The Brain of Asell2's and the Eyeless Form Cecid otcea. By PROF. A. S. PACKARD. Pp. g7-~o, pls. i-5. PART 2. I 886 9. Contribution to Meteorology. By ELIAS LOOMIS. PP. I-66, pls. I-16. lo. On Flamsteed's Star, " Observed, but not Existing." By C. H. F. PETERS. PP. 6~83. I. Corrigenda in Various Star Catalogues. By C. H. F. PETERS. 12. Ratio of Meter to Yard. By C. B. COMSTOCK. PP. TOI-103. 13. On Composite Photography as Applied to Craniology, by J. S. BILLINGS; and on Measuring the Cubic Capacity of Skulls, by WASHINGTON MAT- THEWS. PP. Ios-I~6, To pls. . On a New Craniophore for Use in Making Composite Photographs of Skulls. By I. S. BILLINGS and WASHINGTON MArrHEws. Pp. ~1 9- I20, 4 pls. PP. 87-97. ?

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380 APPENDICES ~5. (~) On the Syncarida, a Hitherto Undescribed Synthetic Group of Extinct Malacostracous Crustacea. (2) On the Garnpsonychide, an Undescribed Family of Fossil Schizopod Crustacea. (3) On the Anthracaride, a loonily of Carboniferous Macrurous Decapod Crustacea. By A. S. PACKARD. PP. ~ 23- ~ 39, pls. ~ -4. ~6. On the Carboniferous Xiphosurous Fauna of North America. By A. S. PACKARD. PP. ~ 43- ~ 5 7, pls. 5-7. ~7. On Two New Forms of Polyodont and Gonorhynchid Fishes from the Eocene of the Rocky Mountains. By E. D. COPE. PP. 161-~65, ~ pl. Note on the Third Memoir, page 45, part I. By ALFRED M. MAYER. pp. ~67-~69. VOLUME 4. I888-I889. 4 . PP. I-270, I-223 PART ~ . ~ 888. PP. I-270 I. The Cave Fauna of North America, with remarks on the Anatomy of the Brain and Origin of the Blind Species. By A. S. PACKARD. PP. 3-156, pls. i-27. The Solar and Lunar Spectrum. By S. P. LANGLEY. PP. 159-170, 5 diagrams. 3. On the Reduction of Photographic Observations, with a Determination of the Position of the Pleiades, from Photographs by Mr. Rutherfurd. BY B. A. GOULD. Pp. ~ 73- I go. 4. Reduction of Photgraphic Observations of the Pr~sepe. BY B. A. Gourd. PP. 193~199. 5. Balance for Determining Specific Gravity by Inspection. By F. A. P. BARNARD. PP. 203-205. 6. Theory of Magic Squares and of Magic Cubes. Pp. 209-270. PART 2. 1889. PP. I-223 BY F. A. P. BARNARD. 7. Contributions to Meteorology. By ELIAS LOOMIS. PP. 7-77, pls. 17-32. 8. On the Determination of Elliptic Orbits from three Observations. By J. WILLARD GIBBS. PP. 79-IO4. 9. The Temperature of the Moon. By S. P. LANGLEY. PP. 105-212, pls. I-26. lo. On the Lucayan Indians. BY W. K. BROOKS. PP. 213-223, pls. I-12. VOLUME 5. I89I. 4 . PP. I-590 to.] Energy and Vision. By S. P. LANGLEY. Pp. 5-18. ~2.] Contributions toMeteorolo~. ByE~AsLooM~s. Pp.2~-~og,pls.33-s~. .] Report of Studies of Atmospheric Electricity. By T. C. MENDENHALL. PP. ~ ~ I-318. i

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APPENDICES 38I [4.] The Embryology and Metamorphosis of the Macroura. By W. K. BROOKS and F. H. HERRICK. Pp. 3I9-j76, pls. I-57. t5.] On the Application of Interference Methods to Astronomical Measure- ments. By A. A. Michelson. Pp. 577-590, 7 pls. VOLUME 6. ~ 893. 4 . PP. I -3 3 I I. On the Capture of Comets by Planets, especially their Capture by Jupiter. By H. A. NEWTON. Pp. 5-~3. 2. Atmospheric Electricity. BY ROBERT CATLIN, U. S. A. PP. 25-33, 7 pls. 3. On Certain new Methods and Results in Optics. BY CHARLES S. HASTINGS. PP. 35~47. 4. The Proteids or Albuminoids of the Oat Kernel. By THOMAS B. OSBORNE. Pp. 49-87. 5. A Comparison of Antipodal Faunas. By THEODORE GILL. PP. 89-124. 6. Families and Sub-Families of Fishes. By THEODORE GILL. PP. 125-138. 7. Human Bones of the Hemenway Collection in the United States Army Medical Museum. By WASHINGTON MATTHEWS, Surgeon, U. S. Army; DR. I. L. WORTMAN, and DR. lOHN S. BILLINGS, Surgeon, U. S. Army; PP. 139-286, P1S. I-59. 8. Further Studies of the Brain of Stimulus Polyphem2ts, with notes on its Embryology. By ALPHEUS S. PACKARD. PP. 287-331, pls. I-36. VOLUME 7. I 895. 4 . PP. I-484 I. Monograph of the Bombycine Moths of America, North of Mexico, including their Transformations and Origin of the Larval Markings and Armature. BY PROF. ALPHEUS S. PACKARD. PP. 3-29 I (explanation of plates, 293- 390), pls. ~-49, maps to-do. 2. On Reaction-Times and the Velocity of the Nervous Impulse. BY PROF. I. MCKEEN CATTELL and DR. CHARLES S. DOLLEY. PP. 391-415. 3. The Bacteria of River Waters. By JOHN S. BILLINGS. PP. 417-484, P1S. I-5, diagrams I-5. VOLUME 8. ~ 902. 4 . PP. i-iv, I -648 I. Notes on the Bacteriological Examination of the Soil of Philadelphia. By M. P. RAVENEL. PP. 1-41, 3 pls. 2. A Contribution to the Study of the E$ect of the Venom of Crotal~cs Ada- ma7~teus upon the Blood of Man and Animals. By S. W. MITCHELL and ALONZO H. STEWART. PP. t43-56], pls. I-6. 3. General Perturbations of Minerva (93), by Jupiter, including Terms only of the First Order with Respect to the Mass, together with a Correction of Elements. By W. S. EICHELBERGER. PP. 57-77. 26

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382 APPENDICES 4. Ophiura Brevispina. By W. K. BROOKS and CASWELL GRAVE. PP. 79-IOO, P1S. I-3. 5. Anatomy of Nautilus Pompili?vs. By LAWRENCE E. GRIFFIN. PP. IOI-197 (explanation of plates, 198-230), pls. I-I7. 6. An Experimental Inquiry Regarding the Nutritive Value of Alcohol. By W. O. ATwArER and F. G. BENEDICT. PP. 231-397. 7. West Indian Madreporarian Polyps. By J. E. DUERDEN. PP. 399-599 (explanation of plates, 600-648), pls. I-25. VOLUME 9. I 905. 4 . PP. I - I 49 Monograph of the Bombycine Moths of North America, including their Trans- formations and Origin of the Larval Markings and Armature. Part II. Family Ceratocampidae, sub-family Ceratocampin~. By ALPHEUS SPRING PACKARD. PP. I - I 49 ~ explanation of plates, I 5 I -272 ), pls. I -6 I. PP. i Vi, I-377 I. The Absolute Value of the Acceleration of Gravity determined by the Ring- pendulum Method. By CHARLES E. MENDENHALL. Pp. I-23, P1S. I-3. 1905. a. Claytonia Gronov. A Morphological and Anatomical Study. By THEODORE HOLM. Pp. 25-37, pls. I -2. I 905. 3. A Research upon the Action of Alcohol upon the Circulation. By HoRAT~o C. WOOD and DANIEI ~I. HOYT. Pp. 39-70, pls. I-3. 1905. 4. Phoror~is architects: Its Life History, Anatomy, and Breeding Habits. By WILLIAM KEITH BROOKS and RHEINART PARKER COWLES. PP. 7 I - ~ I3 (explanation of plates, ~ I 5-I48), P1S. I-I7. 1905. 5. The Amenities of the Pelagic Tunicates, No. I: On a new Pyrosoma. By WILLIAM KEITH BROOKS. PP. I 49- I 56, pls. I -2. I 906. 6. Commelinace~. Morphological and Anatomical Studies of the Vegetative Organs of some North and Cent'ral American Species. By THEODORE HOLM. PP. I 57- I 92, pls. I -8. I 906. VOLUME IO. I9I I. 4~. 7. Tables of Minor Planets discovered by James C. Watson, Part I: Tables of 93 ~ Mi~zerqJa, ~ IO ~ ~ Helena, ~ I 03 ~ Hera, ~ IO5 ~ JrtemiS, ~ I I 5 ~ Thyra. ~ I I9) Althor, . . .. . . . A1lthaea, ~ 128) Nemesis, ~ 133) Cyrene, ~ 139) Juewa, ~ I6I ) By ARMIN O. ~ ~ 74) Phaedra, and ~ ~ 7g) Klytaemr~estra. LEUSCHNER. Pp. 193-374. I9IO. VOLUME I I. I9I3. 4 . PP. I-2g8 I. Agave in the West Indies. By WILLIAM TRELEASE. I-I I6. I9I3. PP. I-298, pls. A-E,