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42 CALIFORNIA COMMITTEE ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS Articles published descriptive of results obtained by the research investigations of the various subcommittees of the Committee on Scientific Research of the State Council of Defense of California. GENER IT . MERRIAM, J. C. Applications of science in mobilization stork in California. Read before the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco, October 10, 1917. Printed by the Commonwealth Club, 1917. SUBCOM MITTEE ON BOTANICAL INVESTIGATIONS. HALL, H. M., and GOODSPEED, T. H.An emer',~eney supply of lubber. Science, N. S., Vol. XLVII, No. 121D, pp. 4.52-454, May ID, 1918. Ham, H. M., and GOODSPEED, T. H. A rubber plant survey of Chester North America, University of California, Publ. Bot., Vol. 7, Nos. 6-8, pp. 159-~78, pl. lS-9O S figures in text, November ,, 1919. SUBCOMMITTEE ON CIJEMICAL RESEARCH. O'NEILL, EDMOND. Work of the Department of Chemistry in Bat time. University of California Chronicle, Vol. X~, No. 1. BLASDALE, W. C. Equilibria in solutions containing mixtures of salts. I The system water and the sulfates and chlorides of sodium and potassium. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vvl. 10, No. 5, p. 344, May, 1918. BLASDALE, W. C.The separations of the chlorides and sulfates of sodium and potassium by fractional crystallization. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 10, No. 5, p. 347, May, 1918. H]:LDEBRAND, J. H.The extraction of potash and other constituents from sea-water bittern. Journal clef Industrial atoll Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 10, No. 2, p. 96. PETROLEUM COMMISSION. THET,E:<, MAX; BLACKWELDER, ET JOT; arid FOT SOM, D. M. Reports of the Petroleum Commission. Presented to the Governor of the State of California. State Printing Office, 1917. SUBCOMMITTEE ON ZOOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS CLARK, B. L., and others. Mussels as a source of food. In the hands of the State Printer for publication as No. .3, Zoological Series, Cali- fornia War Papers. COBB, JOHN N.Increasing our Pacific Coast fishery resources. Califor- nia War Papers, Zoological Series No. 1, State Printing Offlce, 1918. STARKS, E. C., and others.Sea food and how to cook it. In the hands of the State Printer for publication as No. 2, Zoological Series, Cali- fornia War Papers. SUBCOM MITTEE ON Eco~ol~cs. WILDMAN, M. S. Relation of the State banks to the Federal Reserve System. Report of the Subcommittee on Economics to the California State Council of Defense. Published by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

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ORG{~NIZAT10N MINI) ACTIVITIES: GOODSPEED 43 SUBCO:~ITTEE ON GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES. Lo~BBACK, G. D. California manganese problems. Mining and Scien- tific Press, March, 1918. SUBCOMMITTEE ON MEDICAL RESEARCH. BOTULISM. BURKE, MRS. G. S. Tine effect of heat upon the spores of B. botul~nq~ and its bearing upon home canning methods. Journal American Medical Association, January 11,1919, Yol. 72, p. 88. Dickson, E. a. Botulism, the danger of poisoning from ~reget~bles canned by the cold pack method. Journal of the American NIedical Associa- tion, September 22, 191T, Vol. 69, p. 966. DICKSON, E. C. Botulism, ~ further report upon cases appearing in the Pacific Coast States. Vol. 22, p. 483. Archives of Internal Medicine, October, 1918. Dickson, E. C., and BURKE, MRS. G. S. Botulism, a method of isolating B. botulinus from infected materials. Journal of the American Medi- cal Association, August 17, 1918, Vol. 71, p. 518. BURKE, MRS. G. S.The occurrence of Bacillu.' botq~l~u.~ ill Nature. Journal of Bacteriology, 1019. Vol. 4, p. 541. BUBBLE, MRS. G. S.Notes on Bacillus l~otul~nn'. Journal of Bacteriology, 19i9, Vol. 4, p. 555. Dickson, E. C., BURKE, MRS. G. S., and WARD, ENGELENA S. A stucly of the resistance of the spores of Bacillus botq~linus to various sterilizing agencies which are commonly employed in the canning of fruits and vegetables. Archives of Internal Medicine, 1919, Vol. 24, p. 581. DICKSON, E. C., and HOWITT, BEATRICE M. A p~ eliminary report of ~ study of the antitoxin of Bacillus bot'~li,''us. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1920, Arol. 74, p. 718. TUBERCULOSIS. SCHMIDT, C. L. A., YON ADELUNG, EDWARD, and WATSON, THOMAS. On the elimination of taurin administered to man. Journal of Biological Chemistry, VO1. XXXIII, NO. 3, PP. 501-503, March, 1918. SCHMIDT, a. L. A., and WATSON, THOMAS.A method for the preparation of taurin in large quantities. Journal of Biological Chemistry, irol. XXXIII, No. 3, pp. 499-500, March, 1918. Transmitted for publication, April, 1920.

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