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DIVISION OF BOTANY.

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The Agricultural Grasses and Forage Plants of the United States and such

Foreign Kinds as have been introduced. By Dr. George Vasey, Botanist. With an appendix on the chemical composition of grasses, and a glossary of terms used in describing grasses. New, revised, and enlarged

edition, with 114 plates. January, 1890, pp. 148..
Grasses of the Southwest. Plates and Descriptions of the Grasses of the

Desert Region of Western Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Southern
California. Part 1. By Dr. George Vasey, Botanist, Department of

of Agriculture. October, 1890, pp. 108 (71 by 114 inches). . Contributions from the U.S. National Herbarium, No. 1. (Lists of plants

collected in Southern California, and at Lagoon Head, Cedros Island,
San Benito Island, Guadaloupe Island, and the head of the Gulf of

California.) June, 1890, pp. 28..
Contributions from the U. S. National Herbarium. No. 2. (A collection of

plants made in Texas, in the region of the Rio Grande.) July, 1890, Contributions from the U. S. National Herbarium, No. 3. (A list of plants

collected in Lower California and Western Mexico.) With plate. No

vember, 1890, pp. 63-90.. Report of the Botanist for the year 1889. Author's edition, with plates.

(From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) August, 1890, pp. 377-396..

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DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY.

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Chemical Bulletin No. 24. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Convention

of the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, held at the U. S.
Department of Agriculture, September 10, 11, and 13, 1889. Methods
of Analysis of Commercial Fertilizers, Cattle Foods, Dairy Products,
and Fermented Liquors. Edited by Harvey W. Wiley, Secretary of the

Association. March, 1890, pp. 235.
Chemical Bulletin No. 25. A Popular Treatise on the Extent and Character

of Food Adulterations. By Alexander J. Wedderburn, Special Agent.

February, 1890, pp. 61...
Chemical Bulletin No. 26. Record of Experiments in the Production of

Sugar from Sorghum in 1889 at Cedar Falls, Iowa: Rio Grande, New
Jersey; Morrisville, Virginia; Kenner, Louisiana; College Station,
Maryland; and Conway Springs, Attica, Medicine Lodge, Ness City,
Liberal, Arkalon, Meade, Minneola, and Sterling, Kansas. By H. W.

Wiley, Chemist. April, 1890, pp. 112
Chemical Bulletin No. 27. The Sugar Beet Industry, Culture of the Sugar

Beet and Manufacture of Beet Sugar. By H.W.Wiley. Chemist. With

plates, wood cuts, and map. September, 1890, pp. 262. Chemical Bulletin No. 28. Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Convention

of the Association of Official Agricultural Chemists, etc. (In press.)... Report of the Chemist for the year 1889. (From the Report of the Secre

tary of Agriculture for 1889.) August, 1890, pp. 135–190

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DIVISION OF ENTOMOLOGY.

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The Horn Fly (Hæmatobia serrata), being an account of its Life History

and the Means to be used against it. By C. V. Riley and L. O. Howard.

(Reprinted from Insect Life, Vol. 2, No. 4.) December, 1889, pp. 93-103. Entomological Bulletin No. 20. The Root-Knot Disease of the ,Peach,

Orange, and other Plants in Florida, due to the Work of Anguillula.
By J. C. Neal, Ph. D., under the direction of the Entomologist. With

plates. October, 1889, pp. 31... Entomological Bulletin, No. 21. Report of a Trip to Australia to Investigate

the Natural Enemies of the Fluted Scale, by Albert Koebele, under the

direction of the Entomologist. With illustrations. March, 1890, pp. 32. Entomological Bulletin, No. 22. Reports of Observations and Experinients

in the Practical Work of the Division, made under the direction of the Entomologist. With illustrations. June, 1890, pp. 110....

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3,000 in Railroad Ties. By E. E. Russell Tratman, C. E. Together with a Discussion on Practicable Economies in the Use of Wood for Railway Purposes. By B. E. Fernow, Chief of the Division of Forestry. With plates and index. August, 1890, pp. 363

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Insect Life. (Devoted to the economy and life habits of insects, especially

in their relations to agriculture, and edited by the Entomologist and
his assistants. With illustrations.)
Vol. 2, No. 5. December, 1889, pp. 125-162
Vol. 2, No. 6. January, 1890, pp. 163–197.
Vol. 2, Nos. 7 and 8. February, 1890, pp. 198-262.
Vol. 2, No. 9. March, 1890, pp. 263-292.
Vol. 2, No. 10. May, 1890, pp. 293-334.
Vol. 2, Nos. 11 and 12. July,

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Vol. 3, No. 1. August, 1890, pp. 42. With table of contents and index

for Vol. 2...
Vol. 3, No. 2. October, 1890, pp. 43-88
Vol. 3, No. 3. November, 1890, pp. 89–130.

Vol. 3, No. 4. December, 1890, pp. 131-178.
Report of the Entomologist for the year 1889. Author's edition. (From

the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) August, 1890,

pp. 331–361. With index Insecticides and Means of Applying them to Shade and Forest Trees. By

C. V. Riley. Author's edition. (Reprinted from the Fifth Report of

the U. S. Entomological Commission.) February, 1890, pp. 31-47 : Insects affecting the Hackberry (various species of Celtis), by C. V. Riley.

Author's edition. (Reprinted from the Fifth Report of the U. S. Entomological Commission.) October, 1890, pp. 601-822.

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OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS.

Experiment Station Record. (A condensed record of the contents of the

bulletins issued by the Agricultural Experiment Stations of the

United States.)
Vol. 1, No. 1. November, 1889, pp. 56.

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5,000 Vol. 1, No. 3. May, 1890, pp. 117–174.

5,000 Vol. 1, No. 4. May, 1890, pp. 175-244

5,000 Vol. 1, No. 5. June, 1890, pp. 245–308.

5,000 Vol. 1, No. 6. August, 1890, pp. 309-358. With index.

5,000 Vol. 2, No. 1. August, 1890, pp. 40.

5,000 Vol. 2, No. 2. September, 1890, pp. 41-88.

5,000 Vol. 2, No. 3. October, 1890, pp. 89-138

5,000 Vol. 2, No. 4. November, 1890, pp. 139-184.

5,000 Vol. 2, No. 5. December, 1890, pp. 185–264

5,000 Experiment Station Bulletin, No.4. List of Horticulturists of the Agricul

tural Experiment Stations in the United States, with an outline of the work in horticulture at the several Stations. By W.B. Alwood. January, 1890, pp. 27.

5,000 Experiment Station Bulletin, No. 5. Lists of the Agricultural Experiment

Stations and Agricultural Schools and Colleges in the United States.
May, 1890, pp. 67

5,000 Experiment Station Bulletin, No. 6. List of Botanists of the Agricultural

Experiment Stations in the United States, with an outline of the work in botany at the several Stations. June, 1890, pp. 23....

5,000 Miscellaneous Bulletin, No. 2. Proceedings of the Third Annual Convention

of the Association of American Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations, held at Washington, D. C., November 12, 13, 14, and 15, 1889. July, 1890, pp. 142.

4,000 Farmers' Bulletin, No. 2. The Work of the Agricultural Experiment Sta

tions. (Better cows; fibrin in milk; bacteria in milk; silos and silage;

alfalfa; field experiments with fertilizers.) June, 1890, pp. 16..... 150,000 Report of the Director of the Office of Experiment Stations for the year

1889. Author's edition. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) August, 1890, pp. 485–544. With index.....

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DIVISION OF FORESTRY.

Forestry Bulletin, No. 4. Report on the Substitution of Metal for Wood

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Report of the Chief of the Forestry Division for the year 1889. Author's

edition. (From the Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture.; August, 1890, pp. 273-330.....

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DIVISION OF MICROSCOPY.

Report of the Microscopist for the year 1889. Author's edition. (From

the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) With plates. August, 1890, pp. 191-200.....

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DIVISION OF ORNITHOLOGY AND MAMMALOGY.

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North American Fauna. (A record of such results of the work of this

Division as are of use mainly to those engaged in scientific research.)
No. 1. Revision of the North American Pocket Mice. With plates.

October, 1889, pp. 36..
North American Fauna, No. 2. Description of fourteen new species and

one new genus of North American Mammals. With plates and index,

October, 1889. pp. 52
North American Fauna, No. 3. Results of a Biological Survey of the San

Francisco Mountain Region and Desert of the Little Colorado, Arizona.

With plates, maps, and index. September, 1890, pp. 136..
North American Fauna, No. 4. Descriptions of twenty-six new species of

North American Mammals. With plates and index. October, 1890,
Annotated List of Reptiles and Batrachians collected by Dr. C. Hart Mer-

riam and Vernon Bailey on the San Francisco Mountain Plateau and
Desert of the Little Colorado, Arizona, with descriptions of new species,
By Leonhard Stejneger. Author's edition. (Reprinted from North

American Fauna, No. 3.) October, 1890, pp. 103–123..
Report of the Ornithologist and Mammalogist for the year 1889. Author's

edition. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.)
With plates. August, 1890, pp. 363–376....

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DIVISION OF POMOLOGY,

Pomological Bulletin, No. 3. Classification and Generic Synopsis of the

Wild Grapes of North America. By T. V. Munson. October, 1890, Report of the Pomologist for the year 1389. Author's edition. (From the

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) With plates. August, 1890, pp. 433–452

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DIVISION OF STATISTICS.

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Statistical Report, No. 68. Report on Yield of Crops per Acre and on

Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Estimated yields of corn,
potatoes, buckwheat, sorghum, tobacco, and hay.) November, 1889,

Pp. 439-484.......
Statistical Report, No. 69. Report on the Crops of the Year and on

Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Prices of farm products,
area and condition of fall sowing of wheat and rye, etc.) January,

1890, pp. 485-548.. Statistical Report, No. 70. Report upon the Numbers and Values of Farm

Animals and on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (In-
cluding cotton returns, our foreign trade in dairy products, and

European Crop Report.) February, 1890, pp. 64...
Statistical Report, No. 71. Report on Distribution and Consumption of Corn

and Wheat and on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. March,

1890, pp. 65–116....
Statistical Report, No. 72. Report of the Condition of Winter Grain, the

Condition of Farm Animals, and on Freight Rates of Transportation
Companies. (Including European crop report for April.) April, 1890,

pp. 117–174....
Statistical Report, No. 73. Report of the Condition of Winter Grain, the

Progress of Cotton Planting, and Wages of Farm Labor; also on the .
Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including report on farm
wages, sugar production in Europe, European Crop Report, and United
States Consular Reports.) May, 1890, pp. 175–230 .

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Statistical Report, No.74. Report on the Acreage of Wheat and Cotton

and Condition of Cereal Crops and on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including report on cotton production and trade of the world, domestic and foreign wools, course of agricultural prices, farmers' milling companies, and European Crop Reports.) June, 1890, pp. 231310....

18,000 Statistical Report, No. 75. Report on the Area of Corn, Potatoes, and To

bacco and Condition of Growing Crops and on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including report on Statistics of Mexico, European crop prospects, and notes on foreign agriculture.) July, 1890, pp. 311-374...

18,000 Statistical Report, No.76. Report on the Condition of Growing Crops and

on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Reports on Statistics of Canada, Argentine Statistics, European crops, and the Indian wheat crop.) August, 1890, pp. 375–430..

18,000 Statistical Report, No. 77. Report on Condition of Crops in America and

Europe and on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including a report on tariffs of South America and a statistical review of Venezuela.) September, 1890, pp. 431-494 ..

18,000 Statistical Report, No. 78. Report on Condition of Crops, Yield of Grain per

acre, and on Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including reports on the crop year in California and Colorado, and prices of wheat in 1890.) October, 1890, pp. 495-542...

18,000 Statistical Report, No. 79. Report on Yield of Crops per Acre and on

Freight Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including reports on a decade of wheat exports, statistics of Colombia, small holdings and allotments in Great Britain, and the French agricultural syndicates.) November, 1890, pp. 543-590...

18,000 Statistical Report, No.80. Report on the Crops of the Year and on Freight

Rates of Transportation Companies. (Including reports on New York Dairymen's Association meeting, financial condition of California farmers, peanut production, European Crop Report for December, and

Belgian crops, 1889 and 1890.) January, 1891, pp. 591-652.. ... 18,000 Miscellaneous Report, No. 1. (New Series.) A Report on Flax, Hemp,

Ramie, and Jute, with considerations upon flax and hemp culture in Europe, a report on the ramie machine trials of 1889 in Paris, and present status of fiber industries in the United States. By Charles Richards

Dodge, Special Agent. With illustrations and index. April, 1890, pp. 104 10,000 Synopsis of the monthly reports of the Statistician (a brief recapitulation.

of the returns of statistical correspondents, intended for prompt
and wide circulation in advance of the regular Monthly Orop Re-

port from which it is condensed):
March Report. March, 1890, pp. 4..

20,000 April Report. April, 1890, pp. 4..

80,000 May Report. May, 1890, pp. 4

80,000 June Report. June, 1890, pp. 4..

78,000 July Report. July, 1890, pp. 4

78,000 August Report. August, 1890, pp. 4

78,000 September Report. September, 1890, pp. 4.

78,000 October Report. October, 1890, pp. 4..

78,000 November Report. November, 1890, pp. 4

78,000 December Report. December, 1890, pp. 4..

78,000 Report of the Statistician for the year 1889. Author's Edition. (From

Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) August, 1890, pp.201272...

1,000 SILK SECTION. Silk Bulletin, No.1. IIow to Raise Silk-Worms. A brief Manual of Instruc

tions, abridged from Bulletin No. 9 of the Division of Entomology. By Philip Walker, Chief of the Silk Section. February, 1890, pp. 16. With illustrations...

5,000 Report of the Chief of the Silk Section for the year 1889. Author's Edition.

(From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for the year 1889.) August, 1889, pp. 453-476.....

300 DIVISION OF GARDENS AND GROUNDS. Reports of the Superintendent of Gardens and Grounds for the year 1889.

Author's Edition. (From the Report of the Secretary of Agriculture for 1889.) August, 1890, pp. 111-134....

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Journal of Mycology. (Devoted to the study of Fungi, especially in their

relation to plant diseases.)
Vol. 5, No. 3. With plates. November, 1889, pp. 113–180...
Vol. 5, No. 4. With plates. November, 1889, pp. 181-249, with in-

dex..
Vol. 6, No. 1. With plates. May, 1890, pp. 44..
Vol. 6, No. 2. With plate and cuts. September, 1890, pp. 45–88....
Vol. 6, No. 3. With plates and cuts. January, 1891,

pp. 89-136. Botanical Bulletin, No. 11. (Section of Vegetable Pathology.) Report on

the Experiments made in 1889 in the Treatment of the Fungous Discases of Plants. By B. T. Galloway. With plates and index. May,

1890, pp. 119.... An Experiment in Preventing the Injuries of Potato Rot. By Clarence M.

Weed. (Reprinted from Journal of Mycology, Vol. 5, No. 3.) Novem

her, 1889, pp. 158-160. Peach Rot and Peach Blight. By Erwin F. Smith. (Reprinted from Jour

nal of Mycology, Vol. 5, No. 3.) November, 1889, pp. 123-134. Treatment of Plant Diseases. (A series of articles reprinted froin Journal

of Mycology, Vol. 6, No. 1.) May, 1890, pp. 23.. A New Hollyhock Disease. By Miss E. A. Southworth. (Reprinted from

Journal of Mycology, Vol. 6, No. 2.) With plate. November, 1890,

pp. 45-50.... Report of the Chief of the Section of Vegetable Pathology for 1889. Au

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thor's Edition. From the Report of the Secretary of Agrioulture for 1889.) With plates. August, 1890, pp. 397-432 ..

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