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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

BUREAU OF FISHERIES 

HUGH M. SMITH, CommU*ioner 



AN ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BILL' RAPHY OF THE 

PUBLICATIONS OF THE Bl OF FISHERIES 

1871-192G 



By ROSE M. E. MAcDONALD 

Librarian, U. S. Bureau of I '^ 



APPENDIX V TO THE REPORT OF THE U. S. COMMISSIONER 

OF FISHERIES FOR 1920 




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AN ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE 

PUBLICATIONS OF THE BUREAU OF FISHERIES 

1871-1920 



By ROSE M. E. MAcDONALD 

Librarian, U. S. Bureau of Fisheries 



APPENDIX V TO THE REPORT OF THE U. S. COMMISSIONER 
OF FISHERIES FOR 1920 




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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, 

BUREAU OP FISHERIES, 

Washington, June 15, 1920. 
Hon. HUGH M. SMITH, 

Commissioner of Fisheries. 

DEAR SIR: I have the honor to submit herewith "An Analytical Subject Bibli- 
ography of the Publications of the Bureau of Fisheries, 1871-1920, " being an analysis 
of the reports, appendixes, special papers, bulletins, economic circulars, occasional 
papers, and of " The Fisheries and Fishery Industries." 

Covering the investigations of the Bureau since its incipiency , it shows, in a measure, 
the work of a number of men of no mean fame in the field of biology. Much of it was 
pioneer work, which modern investigators can not afford to ignore. 

The work here transmitted was started in 1912, as a catalogue of the publications 
of the Bureau. Later it was decided to assemble these titles under subjects pertinent 
to the work of the Bureau. 

In compiling this subject index it was found that references to many valuable 
results would be lost unless a meticulous analysis of the publications be made. Each 
paper was therefore examined searchingly, and when the discussion was found to be of 
sufficient detail, a title for it was made. For instance, of the 141 titles of Food oj fishes, 
87 were made from the subject contents. 

It had long been realized and often stated by those cognizant of the ideals of the 
Bureau that there was a veritable fund of valuable information in the publications 
of the Bureau, which was lost because the modern investigator knew not how to find it. 
It is hoped that this work will prove a valuable key. 

The arrangement differs from that usually employed in bibliographies, the object 
having been to arrange it from the viewpoint of the investigator. Into a work of such 
detail, the preparation of which has necessarily extended over several years, some 
mistakes will doubtless appear. For these I am quite willing to assume responsibility, 
knowing that a bibliography of such magnitude can not be perfect. 

In its entirety it stands as a slight tribute to the builders of the Bureau of Fisheries 
and to all who have labored with them. It has been a pleasure and an inspiration 
to do the work, and I hope it may prove of value. I have the honor to be, 
Very respectfully, 

ROSE M. E. MACDONALD, Librarian. 
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AN ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE PUBLICA- 
TIONS OF THE BUREAU OF FISHERIES, 1871-1920. 



By ROSE M. E. MACDONALD, Librarian. 



GENERAL CONTENTS." 



Page. 

Letter of transmittal 2 

Explanatory note 

Part 1. United States Bureau of Fisheries 5 

Part 2. Voyages and investigations 11 

Part 3. Fishes 23 

Sec. 1 .Biology of fishes 25 

Sec. 2. Fish culture 97 

Sec. 3. Fisheries and fishery industries 141 

Par 1 4 . Mammal s : 223 

Part 5. Miscellaneous vertebrates 231 

Part 6. Mollusca 235 

Sec. 1. Oysters 237 

Sec. 2. Mollusks (not including oysters) 255 

Part 7. Crustacea 263 

Part 8. Sponges 271 

Part 9. Miscellaneous invertebrates . _ ' 275 

Part 10. Botany 281 

Part 11. Chemistry 285 

Part 12. Education and research 289 

Part 13. Unclassified 297 

Index to authors 299 

o Analytical subject table of contents is given with each, part, except in parts 3 and 6, where it is given 
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EXPLANATORY NOTE. 

The bibliography is composed of two styles of titles, those given just as they appear 
in the publications and those resulting from the analysis of each article. For the first 
style, cards have been printed by the Library of Congress from copy prepared in this 
Bureau. These cards may be purchased from the Library of Congress, the card 
wanted to be designated by the call number, which appears in the right-hand margin 
of each page. The second style, or "made titles," are designated by brackets and 
have no printed cards. 

The arrangement under each, subject is by authors listed alphabetically. The 
arrangement under each author is chronological. 

Work or investigations covered in the annual report of the Commissioner are com- 
bined under the authorship of the United States Commissioner of Fisheries. To give 
the name of the Commissioner sponsoring the work would frequently ^ destroy the 
chronological arrangement. For those who may care to cite the Commissioner's name 
the following list is given: 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1871-1887. 

Goode, G. Brown, 1887-1888. 

McDonald, Marshall, 1888-1895. 

Gill, Herbert A. (acting), 1895-1896. 

Brice, John J., 1896-1898. 

Bowers, George M., 1898-1913. 

Smith, Hugh M., 1913- 

For the purpose of chronological arrangement, divisional reports are given under 
the authorship of the United States Bureau of Fisheries. 

In anaylzing reports (meaning also appendixes and special papers) and bulletins, 
the analysis in each case has been of the bound volume, and the date of issue given 
for each title is therefore that of the volume. In the majority of cases, however, 
the articles comprising the bound volume are first issued as separates. In all such 
instances, in addition to the date of issue of the volume, the date of issue of the 
article as a separate is given in italics. The one exception is in the treatment of 
the annual reports, page 7, where the date of issue of the separate only is given. 

Being an analysis of publications of the Bureau of Fisheries only, which are always 
printed in Washington and, with few exceptions, by the Government Printing 
Office, the place of publication is omitted in every case, and the printer given only 
in the exceptions. 



Part 1. UNITED STATES BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



Part 1. UNITED STATES BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



CONTENTS.** 



Page. 

History 7 

Annual reports 7 

Publications 7 

Laboratories 8 

Beaufort, N. C 8 

History 8 

Brief mention of work 8 

Resume of investigations 8 

Fairport, Iowa 8 

History 8 

Brief mention of work 9 

Key West, Fla 9 

History 9 

Brief mention of work 9 

Woods Hole, Mass 9 

History 9 

Brief mention of work 9 

Re'sume' of investigations 9 

a For "Fish-cultural stations" and "Cars" see Part 3, Section 2. For "Vessels" see Part 2. 
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PART 1. UNITED STATES BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

HISTORY. 

Brice, John J.: The work of the United States Fish commission from December 1, 
1896, to November 3, 1897. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 135-139. Doc. 
354 issued Feb. 4, 1898. F12-243 

Goode, George Brown: The first decade of the United States Fish commission, its 
plan of work and accomplished results, scientific and economical. Report, 1880 
(1883), p. 53-62. F16-23 

- Ibid. Bulletin, 1881 (1883), vol. II, p. 169-178. F12-356 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Four tables, showing the amount of public money appro- 
riated for carrying on the United States Commission of fisheries, and the various 
commissions, from 1865 to 1882, inclusive. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 



Ill, p. 140-152. F18-122 

- The organization and personnel of the United States Fish commission, June 1, 
1883. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 115-116. F18-117 

Smith, HughM.: The United States Bureau of fisheries, its establishment, functions, 

V ar^pizatiAn, operations, and achievements. 80 p., front, (ports), illus. Doc. 641 

issued September, 1908. 8-35683 

TJ. S. Uureau of Fisheries: Directory of officers, collaborators, employees, etc., of 
the Smithsonian institution, National museum, Geological survey, and Fish com- 
mission. 8 p. Doc. 39 issued June, 1882. F14-134 

- U.S. Commission of fish and fisheries. Laws and regulations. 32 p. Doc. 49 
issued June 26, 1882. F12-240 

- [Origin and functions.] Printed for distribution at the Lewis and Clark cen- 
tennial exposition, Portland, Oregon, 1905, by the U. S. Department of commerce 
and labor, section of the Bureau of fisheries. 6 p., illus. 

A** [Origin and functions.] Printed for distribution at the Ter-Centennial Expo- 
sition, near Norfolk, Va., 1907, by the U. S. Bureau of fisheries. 1907. 10 p.; 
illus. 

ANNUAL REPORTS. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Annual report. 1871 and 1872, Doc. 3 issued 1873, 
1872 and 1873, Doc. 4 issued 1874; 1873-74 and 1874-75, Doc. 15 issued July U, 
1876; 1875 and 1876, Doc. 17 issued 1879; 1877, Doc. 25 issued Oct. 17, 1879; 1878; 
Doc. 28., issued 1880; 1879, Doc. 46 issued June, 1882; 1880, Doc. 62 issued 1883; 
1881, Doc. 65 issued Jan. 22, 1884; 1882, Doc. 77 issued Aug. 15, 1884; 1883, Doc. 
95 issued Dec. 19, 1885; 1884, Doc. 108 issued Nov. 24, 1886; 1885, Doc. 115 issued 
May 16, 1887; 1886, Doc. 134 issued 1889; 1887, Doc. 176 issued Dec. 1, 1891; 
1888-89, Doc. 192 issued 1893; 1889-1891, Doc. 213 issued 1893; 1892, Doc. 283 
issued Dec. 26, 1894; 1893, Doc. 298 issued May 28, 1896; 1894, Doc. 315 issued 1896; 
1895, Doc. 331 issued Jan. 6, 1897; 1896, Doc. 337 issued May 29, 1897; 1897, Doc. 
344 issued Feb. 21, 1898; 1898, Doc. 398 issued Mar. 16, 1899; 1899, Doc. 430 issued 
Sept. 8, 1900; 1900, Doc. 450 issued Dec. 15, 1900; 1901, Doc. 481 issued June 30, 
1902; 1902, Doc. 524 issued Apr. 16, 1903; 1903, Doc. 548 issued May 9, 1904; 1904, 
Doc. 553 issued Jan. 11, 1905; 1905, Doc. 594 issued Jan. 19, 1906; 1906, Doc. 608 
issued Dec. 31, 1906; 1907, Doc. 629 issued Dec. 13, 1907; 1908, Doc. 642 issued Dec. 

23, 1908; 1909, Doc. 727 issued Feb. 12, 1910; 1910, Doc. 734 issued Nov. 25, 1910; 
1911, Doc. 753 issued May 4, 1912; 1912, Doc. 772 issued Feb. 1, 1913; 1913, Doc. 78 
issued Jan. 27, 1914; 1914, Doc. 807 issued Dec. 9, 1914; 1915, Doc. 827 issued Dec. 

24, 1915; 1916, Doc. 836 issued Dec. 16, 1916; 1917, Doc. 845 issued Dec. 6, 1917; 
1918, Doc. 862 issued Dec. 11, 1918; 1919, Doc. 877 issued Dec. 11, 1919; 1920, 
Doc. 894 issued Dec. 16, 1920. F10-2-3 

PUBLICATIONS. 

Scudder, Charles W.: A list of the blank forms, circulars, and minor publications 
of the U. S. Fish commission from August 1, 1883, to August, 1884. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 397-400. F18-350 

- List of publications of the United States Fish commission from its establishment 
in February, 1871, to February, 1896. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 617-706. Doc. S29 
issued Dec. 14, 1896. 



TJ. S. BUREAU 0^ FISHERIES. 

Smiley, Charles Wesley t List of papers 'relating to the work of the United States 
Fish commission from its organization in 1871, to July 1, 1883, and which have 
been published under the direction of the United States Fish commission, 
National museum, and Tenth census, together with a topical synopsis of the titles. 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 1-85. F18-114 

- A list of the blank forms, circulars, and minor publications of the United 
States Fish commission from its organization in 1871 to August 1 , 1883 Bulletin 
1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 129-148. F18-121 

Chronological list of pamphlet publications of the U. S. Fish commission from 



its organization in 1871 to January, 1885. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 41-48. 

F18-376 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Publications of the United States Commission of fish 
and fisheries available for distribution on June 30, 1897. Appendix 7, Report, 
1896 (1897), p. 343-356. Doc. 354 issued Pel. 4, 1898. 

Publications of the United States Commission of fish and fisheries available for 

distribution on March 1, 1899. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 313-327. Doc. 406 issued 
Mar. 28, 1899. 

Publications of the United States Commission of fish and fisheries available 

for distribution on June 30, 1903. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 529-551. Doc. 552 
issued Oct. 27, 1904. 

List of publications of the Bureau of fisheries available for distribution. Doc. 

614 issued Sept. 4, 1907; Jan. 23, 1908; Apr. 25,1908; Dec. 21, 1908; Mar. 20, 1909; 
May 7, 1910; Feb. 19, 1911; Aug. 15, 1913; Oct. 20, 1914; July 17, 1915; May 26, 
1916. 

LABORATORIES. 

BEAUFORT, N. C. 

HISTORY. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The Bureau of fisheries and its biological station at 
Beaufort, N. C. 1916. 11 p., illus. [Occasional papers.] F16-104 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of station.] Report, 1901 
(1902), p. 14-15. 

[Description of laboratory.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 14-15, illus. 

[Improvements and repairs.] Report, 1915 (1917), p. 34-35. 

BRIEF MENTION OP WORK. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Report, 1905 (1907), p. 26; 1906 (1908), p. 15; 
1908 (1910), p. 11; 1909 (1911), p. 16; 1910 (1911), p. 19; 1911 (1913), p. 23; 1912 
(1914), p. 57; 1913 (1914), p. 31-32; 1915 (1917), p. 35; 1918 (1920), p. 28; 1919 
(1921), p. 29. 

RESUME OF INVESTIGATIONS. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Investigation for 1898-1903.] Report, 1899 (1900), 
p. CXLII-CXLIII; 1900 (1901), p. 125-126; 1901 (1902), p. 131-132; 1902 (1904), 
p. 138; 1903 (1905), p. 99-100; 1904 (1905), p. 118-120. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Report of investigation for 1906.] Report, 
1907 (1909), p. 12-13. 

[Report of investigations for 1913.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 68-69. 

- [Service of the Beaufort laboratory.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 46-47. 

FAIRPORT, IOWA. 

HISTORY. 

Coker, Robert Ervin: The Fairport fisheries biological station: its equipment, 
organization, and functions. Bulletin, 1914 (1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 383-405, 
illus., pi. LXXVI-LXXXI. Doc. 826 issued July 7, 19 16. F16-131 

The Fisheries biological station at Fairport, Iowa. Appendix I, Report, 

1920 (192-). Doc. 895 issued 1921. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Fisheries laboratory at Fairport.] Report, 1914 
(1915), p. 69-70; 1915 (1917), p. 33-34. 

[Service of Fairport laboratory.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 47-48. 

[Destruction by fire.] Report, 1918 (1920), p. 28. 

Wilson, Charles Branch: [Description of ponds at Fairport.] Bulletin, 1917-18 
(1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 186-188. 



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BRIEF MENTION OF WORK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Report, 1911 (1913), p. 20; 1912 (1914), p. 57; 
1913 (1914), p. 32; 1916 (1917), p. 47-48; 1917 (1919), p. 87; 1918 (1920), p. 28; 
1919 (1921), p. 28. 

KEY WEST, FLA. 

HISTORY. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Acquisition of land and plans for laboratory.] 

Report, 1916 (1917), p. 47. 
[Construction started.] Report, 1917 (1919), p. 87. 

BRIEF MENTION OF WORK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Report, 1918 (1920), p. 28; 1919 (1921), p. 28. 

WOODS HOLE, MASS. 

HISTORY. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: The Woods Hole station. (Records, inception, rise, 
progress, and current condition.) Report, 1882 (1884), p. XXXVIII-XLI; 1883 
(1885), p. LIII-LVI; 1884 (1886), p. XXXVII-XXXIX; 1885 (1887), p. 
XLIX-LI. 

Kidder, Jerome Henry: Report upon the water supply of the Fish commission 
station at Wood's Holl, Massachusetts. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 215-221, illus., 
pi. F17-124 

Bavenel, William de Chastignier: [Installation of aquarium.] Report, 1895 (1896), 
p. 18. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The Bureau of fisheries and its station at Woods Hole, 
Mass. 1915. 11 p., illus. [Occasional papers.] F15-77 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Selection of Woods Hole. Report, 1875-1876 
(1878), p. 4*. 

Memoranda for the construction of a harbor of refuge at Woods Hole, Mass. 

(Circular typewritten and lithographed). 6 p. Doc. 44 issued Apr. 28, 1882. 

[Appropriation by Congress.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. XLI. 

[Purchase of land by private subscription; also donation of shore line.] Report, 



1883 (1885), p. LIV. 
[Sendee of Woods Hole laboratory.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 45-46. 

BRIEF MENTION OF WORK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Report, 1885 (1887), p. 11; 1887 (1891), p. 16; 

1896 (1898), p. 3; 1898 (1899), p. XVI; 1901 (1902), p. 10; 1906 (1908), p. 15; 
1908 (1910), p. 11; 1909 (1911), p. 16; 1910 (1911), p. 19; 1911 (1913), p. 23; 1912 
(1914), p. 58; 1913 (1914), p. 31; 1917 (1919), p. 86; 1918 (1920), p. 28; 1919 (1921), 
p. 28. 

RESUME OF INVESTIGATIONS. 

Evermann. Barton Warren: [Report of investigations for 1903.] Report, 1904(1905), 
p. 93-98. 

Bathbun, Richard: [Report of investigations for 1887 to 1895.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 
p. XLI-CVII; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 151-167; 1892 (1894), p. CIX-CX; 1893 (1895), 
p. 36-38; 1894 (1896), p. 96-99; 1895 (1896), p. 89-92; 1896 (1898), p. 116-118. 

Byder, John Adam: Report of operations at the laboratory of the TL S. Fish com- 
mission, Woods Hole, Mass., during the summer of 1888. Report, 1888-89 (1892), 
p. 513-522. Doc. 181 issued June 30, 1892. F12-223 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Report of investigations for 1897 to 1903.] Report, 

1897 (1898), p. CXX-CXXI; 1898 (1899), p. CXLIII-CXLV; 1899 (1900), p. 
122-124; 1900 (1901), p. 122-124; 1901 (1902), p. 127-130; 1902 (1904), p. 136; 1903 
(1905), p. 93-98. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Report of investigations.] Report, 1905 (1907), 
p. 26-27; 1907 (1909), p. 12; 1914 (1915), p. 67-68; 1915 (1917), p. 34; 1916 (1917), 
p. 46. 



Part 2. VOYAGES AND INVESTIGATIONS. 



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Part 2. VOYAGES AND INVESTIGATIONS. 



CONTENTS. 

Page. 

Vessels, description of 13 

Albatross 13 

Blue Light 13 

Canvas Back 13 

Fish Hawk 13 

Grampus 13 

Speedwell 14 

Scientific apparatus and instruments 14 

Investigations and results 14 

Albatross 14 

Resume of work 16 

Bache 16 

Fish Hawk 16 

Resume" of work 18 

Grampus 18 

Re"sum6 of work 18 

Lookout. . . 19 

Speedwell 19 

Dredging and hydrographic records 19 

General 19 

Albatross 19 

Fish Hawk 21 

Limnology 21 

Plankton." 22 

Potomology 22 

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Part 2. VOYAGES AND INVESTIGATIONS. 

VESSELS, DESCRIPTION OF. 
ALBATROSS. 

Baird, George Washington: Report on the working of the boilers and engine 
of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 145-151. F18-256 

Annual report on the electric lighting of the United States steamer Albatross, 

December 31, 1883. Bulletin. 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 153-158, illus. Doc. 73 
issued June 25, 1884. F13 T 90 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Report on the work of the United States Fish commission 
steamer Fish Haivk for the year ending December 31, 1882, and on the construc- 
tion of the steamer Albatross. Report, 1882 (1884), 32 p. Fll-270 

Report on the construction and outfit of the United States Fish commission 

steamer Albatross. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 3-116, LV pi. Doc. 107 issued 
Sept. 7, 1886. Fll-295 

Deep-sea exploration: a general description of the steamer Albatross, her 



appliances and methods. Bulletin, 1896 (1897), vol. XVI, p. 257-428, illus., 

LX pi. Doc. 330 issued June U, 1897. F12-112 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Specifications for building the new boilers, etc., for the 

steamer Albatross. 25 p. Doc. 109 issued 1886. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Proposed steamer Albatross.] Report, 1881 

(1884), p. XXIII-XXIV. 

- [Repairs to Albatross.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. XXVII. 

BLUE LIGHT. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Detail by Secretary of Navy of Blue Light.] 
Report, 1877 (1879), p. 2*. 

CANVAS BACK. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Specifications for the paddle-wheel steam sein boat 
Canva? Back, for sendee in the river and bay fisheries. 12 p. Doc. 35 issued 
Feb. 18, 1882. F12-234 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Canvas Back loaned to State of Virginia.] 
Report, 1893 (1895), p. 9. 

FISH HAWK. 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Report on the construction and work in 1880 of the Fish 
commission steamer Fish Hawk. Report, ] 881 (1884), 53 p. incl. tables, XVIII pi. 
Doc. 70 issued May 1, 1884. F12-234 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Specifications for building the screw-steamer 
Fish Hawk. (U. S. Lighthouse establishment.) 46 p. Doc. 24 issued July, 
1879. F12-235 

- [Construction of the Fish Hawk.] Report, 1879 (1882), p. XVIII. 

- [Description of the Fish Hawk.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. XXVI. 

GRAMPUS. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Description of the Grampus.] Report, 1885 (1887), 

p. XXIV-XXXII. 
Collins, Joseph William: Report on the construction and equipment of the schooner 

Grampus. Report, 1887 (1891), p. 437-490, XVIII pi. Doc. 171 issued Aug. 24, 

1891. Fl 1-333 

Libbey, William: [Description of the Grampus.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, 

p. 393-394. 

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14 U. S. BVHEAU OF FISHERIES. 



U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Detail of the Speedwell] Report, 1877 (1879), 
p. 2* -3*. 

SCIENTIFIC APPARATUS AND INSTRUMENTS. 

Beardslee, Lester Anthony: Experiments upon the time of exposure required 
for accurate observations on the Casella-Miller deep-sea thermometer. Report, 
1877 (1879), p. 887-900. F16-125 

Casella, Louis P.: Treatment of the Casella-Miller thermometer. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 415. F18-351 

Kidder, Jerome H.: Report on the thermometers of the U. S. Commission of fish 
and fisheries. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 185-214, illus. Doc. 116 issued Oct., 7, 1887. 

Fll-300 

Libbey, William: [Appliances used in the work of a physical investigation of the 
waters off the southern coast of New England.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, 
p. 394-398. 

Rathbun, Richard: Descriptive catalogue of the collection illustrating the scien- 
tific investigation of the sea and fresh waters. (Great International fisheries 
exhibition. London, 1883.) 109 p. Doc. 69 issued Apr. 19, 1884. F12-296 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Apparatus for deep-sea research, on the U. S. Fish com- 
mission steamer Albatross.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 53-102. 

-- [Appliances and apparatus on the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross.] 
Report, 1886 (1889), p. 636-644. 

- On the appliances for collecting pelagic organisms, with special reference to 
those employed by the U. S. Fish commission. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 
p. 143-151, pi. 9-12. Doc. 289 issued Nov. 22, 1894. F12-176 

[Description of Sigsbee's gravitating trap.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 



p. 145-146. 
Pescription of the Chun-Peterson tow net.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 

146-147. 
[Description of the Tanner intermediate tow net.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. 

XIV, p. 147-151. . 
Deep-sea explorations: a general description of the steamer Albatross, and her 

appliances and methods. Bulletin, 1896 (1897), vol. XVI, p. 257-428, illus., 

LX pi. Doc. 330 issued June 24, 1897. f F12-112 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: Description of a closing tow net for submarine use at 

all depths. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 279-282. Doc. 322 issued Nov. 28, 1896. 

Fll-188 
Verrill, Addison Emory: Description of some of the apparatus used by the United 

States Commission of fish and fisheries in dredging off the New England coast. 

Report, 1880 (1883), p. 65-74, 4 pi. F16-303 

INVESTIGATIONS AND RESULTS. 

Karsten, Gustav: On the scientific investigation of the Baltic Sea and the German 
Ocean. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 283-294. F16-162 

Martens, J. B.: [First investigation of the depths of the ocean.] Bulletin, 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 260-262. 

[The Challenger scientific voyage around the world.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 262-264. 

Prussia. Kommission zur wissenschaftlichen TTntersuchung der Deutschen 
Meere in Kiel: Popular extracts from the investigations of the commission for 
the scientific examination of the German seas. [By H. A. Meyer, K. Mobius, G. 
Karsten, V. Hensen.] Report, 1879 (1882), p. 525-548. Doc. 40 issued Apr. 3, 
1882. Fll-214 

Bars, George Ossian: Report on the Norwegian deep-sea expedition of 1878. Re- 
port, 1878 (1880), p. 257-281. F16-161 

ALBATROSS. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton: Notes on the boats, apparatus, and fishing methods 
employed by the natives of the South Sea islands, and results of fishing trials by 
the Albatross. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 741-829, pi. 30-37. Doc. 509 issued Oct 
29, 1902. Fll-31 

Alexander, Alvin Burton, and H. B. Joyce: Preliminary examination of halibut 
grounds of the Pacific coast. With introductory notes on the halibut fishery. 
Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 56 p. Doc. 763 issued July 22, 1912. 

F12-203 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 15 

Collins, Joseph William: The Albatross work useful to fishermen. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 466. 
Report on the discovery and investigation of the fishing-grounds made by the 

Fish commission steamer Albatross during a cruise along the Atlantic coast and 

in the Gulf of Mexico, with notes on the Gulf fisheries. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 

217-311, X pi. Doc. 119 issued Nov. 3, 1887. e Fll-298 

Notes on an investigation of the great fishing banks of the western Atlantic. 



Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 369-381. F18-614 

Drake, Franklin Jeremiah: Report upon the investigations of the U. S. Fish com- 
mission steamer Albatross for the year ending June 30, 1895 (Abstract). Report 
1895 (1896), p. 125-168, incl. tables. Doc. 332 issued Jan. 6, 1897. Fll-195 

Fewkes, Jesse Walter: Report on the Medusae collected by the U. S. Fish com- 
mission steamer Albatross in the region of the Gulf Stream in 1883-84. Report, 
1884 (1886), p. 927-980. Doc. 113 issued Dec. 1, 1886. Fll-260 

Report on the Medusae collected by the U. S. Fish commission steamer Alba- 
tross in the region of the Gulf Stream, in 1885-86. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 513-536. 
Doc. 129 issued May 24, 1889. Fll-256 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: The ichthyological collections of the U. S. Fish commis- 
sion steamer Albatross during the years 1890 and 1891. Report, 1893 (1895), 
p. 393-476, pi. 20-35. Doc. 326 issued Dec. 8, 1896. F16-222 

Report on fishes obtained by the steamer Albatross in the vicinity of Santa 

Catalina Island and Monterey Bay. Report, 1898 (1899), p. 23-29, 2 pi. Doc. 
400 issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-112 

Johnston, Edward C.: Survey of the fishing grounds on the coast of Washington and 
Oregon. Appendix VI, Report, 1915 (1917), 20 p., 4 charts (part fold.). Doc. 835 
issued Nov. 9, 1916. F16-332 

Jordon, David Starr: The aquatic resources of the Hawaiian Islands. Contents. 
Pt. 1. The shore-fishes of the Hawaiian Islands, with a general account of the fish 
fauna, by D. S. Jordan and B. W. Evermann. Pt. 2. The deep-sea fishes, by 
C. H. Gilbert. The commercial fishes, by J. N. Cobb. Pt. 3. Miscellaneous 
papers: Birds of Laysan and the Leeward Islands, Hawaiian group, by W. K. 
Fisher. Notes on a porpoise of the genus Prodelphinus from the Hawaiian 
Islands, by F. W. True. Isopods collected at the Hawaiian Islands, by Harriet 
Richardson. The Brachyura and Macrura of the Hawaiian Islands, by Mary J. 
Rathbun. Hydroids of the Hawaiian Islands, by C. C. Nutting. Schlzopods of 
the Hawaiian Islands, by A. E. Ortmann. Nemerteans of the Hawaiian Islands, 
by W. R. Coe. The starfishes of the Hawaiian Islands, by W. K. Fisher. Me- 
dusae of the Hawaiian Islands, by A. G. Mayer. Polychaetous annelids of the 
Hawaiian Islands by A. L.Treadwell. General index. (Collections made by the 
U. S. Fish commission's steamer Albatross in 1902, under the direction of David 
Starr Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann.) Bulletin 1903 (1905-06), vol. 
XXIII, 3 parts, illus., plates (partly col.).fold. map. 5-35162 

Jordan, David Starr, and Edwin Chapin Starks: List of fishes dredged by the 
steamer Albatross off the coast of Japan in the summer of 1900, with descriptions 
of new species and a review of the Japanese Macrouridae. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 
vol. XXII, p. 577-630, illus., 8 pi. Doc. 551 issued Aug. 13, 1904. F12-51 

Moore, Henry Frank: [The Albatross South Sea expedition.] Report, 1900 (1901), 
p. 137-161. 

Moser, Jefferson F.: The salmon and salmon fisheries of Alaska. Report of the 
operations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the year ending June 
30, 1898. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 1-178, illus., fold, charts, 63 pi. 
Doc. 408 issued July 27, 1899. F12-94 

The salmon and salmon fisheries of Alaska. Report of the Alaskan salmon 

investigations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross in 1900 and 1901. 
Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 173-398, 399*^01*, illus., fold, tables and 
charts, XLIV pis. Doc. 510 issued Oct. 31, 1902. F12-278 

Nye, Willard: Notes taken during the cruise of the Albatross to the Grand Banks on 
June and July, 1885. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 336. F18-470 

Rathbun, Richard: Summary of the fishery investigations conducted in the north 
Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea from July 1, 1888, to July 1, 1892, by the U. S. 
Fish commission steamer Albatross. (List of charts and other publications bear- 
ing upon the fishery investigations of the steamer Albatross, p. 198-201.) Bulle- 
tin, 1892 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 127-201, pi. LI-LV. Doc. 228 issued Feb. 6, 1894. 

F12-163 

Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P. Rankin; and Edward Driscoll: 
Survey of the fishing grounds on the coast of Washington and Oregon in 1914. 
Appendix VII, Report, 1914 (1915), 30 p., pi., fold, tab., 2 fold, charts. Doc. 817 
issued June 8, 1915. F15-86 



16 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Smith, Sidney Irving: Report ou the decapod Crustacea of the Albatross dredgings 
off the east coast of the United States in 1883. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 345-426, 
X pi. .Doc. 78 issued Aug. 15, 1884. Fll-271 

- Report on the decapod Crustacea of the Albatross dredgings off the east coast 
of the United States during the summer and autumn of 1884. Report, 1885 (1887), 
101 p., XX pi. Doc. 105 issued Sept. 1, 1886. Fll-250 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Explorations of the fishing grounds of Alaska, Washington 
Territory, and Oregon, during 1888, by the U. S. Fish commission steamer 
Albatross. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 1-95 incl. tables, XII pi. (partly 
fold.). Doc. 135 issued 1889. Fll-292 

- The fishing grounds of Bristol Bay, Alaska: a preliminary report upon the 
investigations of the U.S. Fish commission steamer Albatross, during the summer 
of 1890. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 279-288, pi. CVIII-CX (fold.). 
Doc. 161 issued June 16, 1891 . F12-149 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Notice of the remarkable marine fauna occupying the 
outer banks off the southern coast of New England, and of some additions to the 
fauna of Vineyard Sound. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 641-669. Doc. 83 issued 
Aug. 15, 1884. Fll-267 

Results of the explorations made by the steamer Albatross off the northern 

coast of the United States in 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 503-699, XLIV pi. 
Doc. 99 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-243 

RESUME OF WORK. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Albatross put in commission Nov. 11, 1882.1 Report, 1882 

(1884), p. XXV-XXVII. 

[First year's work of the Albatross.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. XXVIII . 

[Work of the Albatross.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. XVIII-XX; 1885 (1887), p. 

XXVI-XXVIII; 1886 (1889), p. XLV-XLVI. 
McDonald, Marshall: [Work of the Albatross.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. LII-LIV; 

1888-89 (1892), p. XI-XII; 1889-91 (1893), p. 2-4. 
Bathbun, Richard: [Investigations of the Albatross.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 

p. XLVII 7 LV; 1889-91 (1893), p. 97-109; 1892 (1894), p. XCII-CIII. 
[Operations of the steamer Albatross on the north Pacific Ocean and Bering 

Sea.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 18-19; 1894 (1896), p. 82-87; 1895 (1896), p. 75-77; 

1896 (1898), p. 96-101. 
Smith, Hugh M.: [Operations of the Albatross.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. CXVII- 

CXVIII. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Investigations of the Albatross.] Report, 1898 

(1899),p.XVIII-XXIV; 1899 (1900), p. 21-22; 1900 (1901), p. 21-22; 1901(19,02), 

p. 13; 1902 (1904), p. 16-17; 1903jO905), p. 19-20; 1904 (1905), p. 17-18 ;Qj)05 
__ - -(1907), p. 37; 1906 (1908), p. 19-%Jl907 (1909), p. 17; 1908 (1910), p. 11; 1910, 

(1911), p. 34; 1911 (1913), p. 63; 1912 : (1914), p. 65; 1913 (1914), p. 30; 1914(1915) 

p. 63; 1915 (1917), p. 31; 1916 (1917), p. 39; 1917 (1919), p. 102. 

BACHE. 

Bigelow, Henry Bryant: Explorations of the United States Coast and geodetic 
survey steamer Bache in the western Atlantic, January to March, 1914, under the 
direction of the United States Bureau of fisheries, Oceanography. (Bibliography: 
p. 60-62.) Appendix V, Report, 1915 (1917), 62 p. incl. tables, illus., fold, chart. 
Doc. 833 issued May 9, 1917. F17-189 

Packard, Alpheus Spring: Preliminary report on a series of dredgings made on the 
U. S. Coast survey steamer Bache, in the Gulf of Maine, under the direction 
of Prof. S. F. Baird, U. S. Fish commissioner, during September, 1873. Report 
1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 687-690. F16-33 

FISH HAWK. 

Battle, John D.: An investigation of the coast waters of South Carolina, with refer- 
ence to oyster culture. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 303-330, pi. LIV-LX. 
Doc. 199 issued Nov. 2, 1892. F12-118 

Bush, Katharine Jeanette: List of deep-water Mollusca dredged by the U. S. 
Fish commission steamer Fish Hawk in 1880, 1881, and 1882, with their range in 
depth. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 701-727. Doc. 100 issued Aug. 16, 1886. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 17 

Collins, Joseph William: Report of a trip of exploration in the Chesapeake Bay, 
made in the spring of 1882 by the steamer Fish Hawk. Report, 1882 (1884) 
p. 1035-1038. F16-312 

Grave, Caswell: Investigations for the promotion of the oyster industry of North 
Carolina. (Contents. Investigations for the promotion of the oyster industry 
of North Carolina, by C. Grave. Anatomy, embryology, and growth of the 
oyster, by H. F. Moore. Observations and experiments on the growth of oysters, 
by O. C. Glaser.) Report 1903 (1904), p. 247-341, XI pi., fold. map. Doc. 556 
issued Feb. 2, 1905. Fll-21 

Howe, Freeland: Report of a dredging expedition off the southern coast of New 
England, September, 1899. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 237-240. Doc. 
444 issued Sept. 12, 1900. F12-85 

Lee, Leslie A.: On the work of the Fish Hawk and of the U. S. Fish commission 
during the year 1881. Report, 1881 (1884), p. LVIII-LXIII. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Report on the oyster-beds of Louisiana. Report, 1898 
(1899), p. 45-100, pi. 3. Doc. 402 issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-114 

Condition and extent of the natural ovster beds and barren bottoms of Missis- 
sippi east of Biloxi. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 42 p., VI pi., fold, 
map. Doc. 774 issued May 16, 1913. F12-72 

Moore, Henry Frank, and Ernest Danglade: Condition and extent of the natural 
oyster beds and barren bottoms of Lavaca Bay, Texas. Appendix II, Report, 
1914 (1915), 45 p., V pi., fold, chart. Doc. 809 issued Feb. 13, 1915 F15-15 

Piepmeyer, L. W.: Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Fwh 
Hawk, for the year ending December 31, 1885. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 91-101. 

F17-142 

Smith, James A.: Report of operations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Fish 
Hawk for the year ending December 31, 1886. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 693-697. 

Report on the shad work of the steamer Fish Hawk during the season of 1886. 

Report, 1886 (1889), p. 819-823. 

Swift, Franklin: Report of a survey of the oyster regions of St. Vincent Sound, 
Apalachicola Bay, and St. George Sound, Florida. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 187- 
221, pi. 22. Doc. 343 issued 1897. Fll-178 

Tanner, Zera Luther: A report of the work of the United States Fish commission 
steamer Fish Hawk, for the year ending December 31, 1881, Report, 1881 (1884) 
p. 55-85, incl. tables., illus. 

Report of the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Fish Hawk for the 

year ending December 31, 1882, and on the construction of the steamer Albatross. 
Report, 1882 (1884), p. 3-34, pis. I-III. Doc. 79 issued Auy. 15, 1884. 

Fll-270 
Report of an exploring trip of the steamer Fish Hawk, in Chesapeake Bay in 



the early spring of 1882. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 133-135. F12-351 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Dredging stations of the U. S. Fish commission 
steamer Fish Hawk, Lieut. Z. L. Tanner commanding, for 1880, 1881, and 1882, 
with temperature and other observations. Arranged for publication by Richard 
Rathbun. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 119-131 incl. tables. F12-385 

Report of the operations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Fish Hawk, 

in shad hatching, during the seasons of 1885, 1886, 1887. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 395-400; 1886 (1886), vol. VI, p. 289-293; 1887 (1887), vol. VII, 
p. 83-89. F18-594 

Investigations of the aquatic resources and fisheries of Porto Rico by the U. S. 

Fish commission steamer Fish Haivk in 1899. (Contents. General report, by 
B. W. Evermann. The fisheries and fish trade of Porto Rico, by W. A. Wilcox. 
The fishes of Porto Rico, by B. W. Evermann and M. C. Marsh.)' Bulletin, 1900 
(1902), vol. XX, 350 p., 52 pi. (incl. 3 fold. maps). Doc. 451 issued Dec. 15,1900. 

5-4161 

A biological survey of the waters of Woods Hole and vicinity. Part I, Sec. I. 

Physiological and zoological, by Francis B. Sumner, Raymond C. Osburn, and 
Leon J. Cole. (Bibliography: p. 193-200.) Sec. II. Botanical, by Bradley M. 
Davis. (Literature cited: p. 497.) Part II, Sec. III. A catalogue of the marine 
fauna, by Francis B. Sumner, Raymond C. Osburn, and Leon J. Cole. (Bibliog- 
raphy for faunal catalogue: p. 782-794.) Sec. IV. A catalogue of the marine 
flora, by Bradley M. Davis. (Bibliography for floral catalogue: p. 832-833.) 
Bulletin, 1911 (1913), vol. XXXI, 860 p. incl. charts and tables. F13-184 

5690 21 2 



18 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Physical characters of the portion of the continental border 
beneath the Gulf Stream, explored by the Fish Hawk, 1880 to 1882. Report, 
1882 (1884), p. 1045-1058, V pi. Doc. 84 issued Aug. 15, 18S4. Fll-266 

Wilcox, William A.: Notes on the foreign fishery trade and local fisheries of Porto 
Rico. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 1-34 incl. tables, illus., 6 pi. Doc. 418 issued 
Oct. 4, 1899. Fll-104 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report of a trip made by the Fi*h Hawk to the lower part 

of Chesapeake Bay, to ascertain the character of the fisheries for shad, herring, 

etc., in the spring of 1884. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 199-200 F18-281 

Report of a trip by the steamer Fifh Hawk to the St. Mary's and St. John's 

rivers to hatch shad. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 241-242. F18-297 

: Reconnaissance of the shad fisheries of Winyaw Bay and its tributaries, by the 

steamer Fish Hawk. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 242-243. F18-298 

- Report of operations at St. Jerome station in laying out oyster ponds by the 

steamer Fish Hawk. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1153-1156, tables. F17-42 

Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Fish Hawk, for two 

years ending December 31, 1884. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 117-122. 

RESUME OF WORK. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Work of the Fi*h Hawk.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XI-XLII: 

1882(1884), p. XXVII-XXVIII; 1883 (1885), p. XXXI-XXXIII; 1884 (1886), 

p. XX; 1885 (1887), p. XXVIII; 1886 (1889), p. XLVI. 
McDonald, Marshall: [Work of the Fish Hawk.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. LIV; 

1888-89 (1892), p. XII-XIII; 1889-91 (1893), p. 4-5. 
Rathbun, Richard: [Investigation of the Fish Hawk during 1889 and 1890.] Report, 

1889-92 (1893), p. 110-115. 

[Work of the Fish Hawk.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CIII-CVI; 1893 (1895), 

p. 22-23; 1894 (1896), p. 91-92; 1896 (1898), p. 105-109. 

IT. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Work of the Fish Hawk.] Report, 1898 (1899), 
p. XXIV; 1899 (1900), p. XXV-XXVII; 1900 (1901), p. 22; 1901 (1902), p. 13-14; 



1902 (1904), p. 17; 1903 (1905), p. 20-21; 1904 (1905), p. 18; 1905 (1907), p. 37; 

9), p. 18; 1908 (1910), p. 11; ' 
(1913), p. 63"; 1912 (1914), p. 65-66; 1914 (1915), p. 63; 1915 (1917), p. 31; 1916 



1906 (1908), p. 20; 1907 (1909), p. 18; 1908 (1910), p. 11; 1909 (1911), p. 17; 1911 
(1913), p. 63; 1912 (1914), p. 65-6" 
(1917), p. 40; 1917 (1919), p. 102. 

GRAMPUS. 



Adams, A. C., and William Converse Kendall: Report upon an investigation of 
the fishing grounds off the coast of Florida. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 
289-312, II, illus., pi. CXI (fold.). Doc. 162 issued July 24, 1891. F12-150 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Grampus goes into commission June 5, 1886.] Report, 1886 
(1889), p. XIX-XX. 

Collins, D. E.; T. H. Bean; and Richard Rathbun: Results of investigations 
by the schooner Grampus on the southern mackerel grounds in the spring of 1887. 
Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 217-267. F18-674 

Libbey, William: Report upon a physical investigation of the waters off the southern 
coast of New England, made during the summer of 1889 by the U. S. Fish com- 
mission schooner Grampus. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 391-459, incl. 
tables, pi. CXXIV-CLVIII. Doc. 168 issued Aug. 26, 1891. Fll-353 

[Physical investigations by the Grampus during 1892.] Report, 1893 (1895), 

p. 32-35. 

Rathbun, Richard. [Investigations of the Grampus.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CVII- 
CVIII; 1894 (1896), p. 91-93; 1896 (1898), p. 104-105. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report upon the operations of the U. S. Fish commission 
schooner Grampus, from June 5, 1886 to June, 30, 1888. Report, 1886 (1889), 
p. 701-720; 1887 (1891), p. 491-598, XVI pi. Doc. 172 issued Aug. 24, 1891. 

Fll-334 

RESUME OF WORK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Work of the Grampus] Report, 1887 (1891), 
p. L1V-LV; 1889-91 (1893), p. 5-6; 1903 (1905), p. 21-22; 1905 (1907) p. 37; 1906 
(1908), p. 20; 1907 (1909), p. 18; 1909 (1911), p. 24; 1910 (1911), p. 28-30; 1911 
(1913), p. 63; 1912 (1914), p. 66; 1913 (1914), p. 30; 1914 (1915), p. 61-63; 1915 
(1917), p. 36-37; 1916 (1917), p. 40; 1917 (1919), p. 80, 102. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 19 

LOOKOUT. 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert: Report on the oyster investigation in New York with 
the steamer Lookout. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 157-163. F17-143 

Report of the work in an oyster investigation with the steamer Lookout. 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 52-57. F18-378 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report of the shad work of the steamer Lookout. Report 
1882 (1884), p. 35-36; 1884 (1886), p. 123-127; 1885 (1887), p. 97-101; 1886 (1889), 
p. 825-827. F17-123 

Report of shad-hatching operations by the steamer Lookout during the seasons 

of 1885, 1886, 1887. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 386-394; 1886 (1886), vol. 
VI, p. 295-297; 1887 (1887), vol. VII, p. ill, tables. F18-596 

Report on the operations of the steamer Halcyon [formerly the Lookout] for the 

year ending December 31, 1886. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 699-700. F17-148 

SPEEDWELL. 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Report of operations of the United States steamer Speedwell 
in 1879, while in the service of the U. S. Fish commission. Report, 1879 (1882), 
p. 603-614, incl. tables. F17-9 

DREDGING AND HYDROGRAPHIC RECORDS. 
GENERAL. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Hydrography of Porto Rico.] Bulletin .1900 (1902), 
vol. XX, pt. I, p. 11-15. 

Hoyt, W. D.: [Physical conditions at Beaufort, N. C.I Bulletin, 1917-18, (1921), 
vol. XXXVI, p. 384-390. 

Jacobson, H.: Tables of temperature of air and water at sundry stations of the United 
States Signal office, from March, 1874, to February, 1875, and from March, 1876, 
to February, 1877, inclusive. Report, 1875-1876 (1878), p. 851-861. F16-73 

Lindenkohl, A.: Notes on the model of the Gulf of Maine constructed for the U. S. 
Fish commission. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 449-454. F12-403 

McDonald, Marshall : [Fluctuations of water temperature in the Chesapeake region .1 
Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1034, pi. 

Murray, John: [Recognition of marine deposits.] Bulletin, 1896 (1897), vol. XVI, 
p. 397-403. 

Murray, John, and A. Renard: On the nomenclature, origin, and distribution of 
deep-sea deposits. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 759-785. F17-146 

Patterson, C. P.: Temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), 
p. 745-748, incl. tables. F16-67 

Rathbun, Richard: Ocean temperatures of the eastern coast of the United States, 
with 32 charts. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1 887 . 
Sec. Ill, p. 155-238. 

Smith, Sanderson, and Richard Rathbun: list of dredging stations of the U. S. 
Fish commission, the U. S. Coast survey, and the British steamer Challenger, in 
North American waters from 1867-1887, together with those of the principal 
European government expeditions of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Report, 
1886 (1889), p. 871-1017. Doc. 124isaucd Jan. 15, 1889. Fll-291 

Tanner, Z. L.: [Density of sea water.] Bulletin, 1896 (1897), vol. XVI, p. 337-343. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: List of the dredging stations of the United States Fish 
Commission (Bache, Bluelight, Speedwell) from 1871 to 1879, inclusive, with tem- 
perature and other observations. Arranged for publication by Sanderson Smith 
and Richard Rathbun. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 559-601. Doc. 41 issued Apr. 3, 
1882. Fll-215 

TJ. S. Lighthouse Board: Table of temperatures of Little Harbor, Woods Hole, 
Mass., from January, 1873, to December, 1873 (inclusive). Furnished by the 
Lighthouse board from observations of Capt. B. J. Edwards. Report, 1871-72 
(1873), p. 828-831. F16-63 

ALBATROSS. 

Drake, Franklin Jeremiah: Report upon the investigations of the U. S. Fish 
commission steamer Albatross for the year ending June 30, 1895 (abstract) . Report, 
1895 (1896), p. 125-168, incl. tables. Doc. S32 issued Jan, 6, 1897. Fll-195 

Howe, Freeland: Report of a dredging expedition off the southern coast of New 
England, September, 1899. Bulletin, 1899 (1900), vol. XIX, p. 237-240. Doc. 444 
issued Sept. 12, 1900. F12-85 



20 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Moser, Jefferson F. : Report on the work of the steamer Albatross (abstract) . Report. 
1897 (1898), p. CXLVII-CLXXI. 

Rathbun, Richard: Summary of the fishery investigations conducted in the north 
Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea from July 1, 1888, to July 1, 1892, by the U. S. 
Fish commission steamer Albatross. (List of charts and other publications bear- 
ing upon the fishery investigations of the steamer Albatross, p. 198-201.) Bul- 
letin, 1892 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 127-201, pi. LI-LV. Doc. 228 issued Feb. 6, 1894. 

F12-163 

Schroeder, Seaton: Hydrographic work of the Albatross in 1884. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 269-271. F18-432 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer 
Albatross for the year ending December 31, 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 117- 
236, III pi. Doc. 96 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-303 

Report on the work of the U.S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the 

year ending December 31, 1884. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 3-116, incl. tables, pi. 
Doc. 110 issued Dec. 1, 1886. Fll-294 

Report on the work of the U.S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the year 

ending December 31, 1885. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 3-91. Doc. 118 issued Nov. 
3, 1887. Fll-299 

Record of hydrographic soundings and dredging stations occupied by the 

steamer Albatross in 1886. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 277-285, incl. tables. 

F18-592 

Report on the work of the U.S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the year 
ending December 31, 1886. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 605-692, X pi. Doc. 130 
issued 1889. Fll-257 

Report of the movements and operations of the Fish commission steamer 

Albatross from September 15 to 20, 1887. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 
155-158, incl. tables. F18-664 

Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross from 

January 1, 1887, to June 30, 1888. Report, 1887 (1891), p. 371-435, incl. tables, 
IV pi. Doc. 170 issued Aug. 24, 1891. Fll-327 

Report on the investigations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross 

for the year ending June 30, 1889. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 395-512, pi. L-LII 
(partly fold.). Doc. 180 issued June 25, 1892. F12-222 

Report upon the investigations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Alba- 
tross from July 1, 1889, to June 30, 1891. Report, 1889-91 (1893), p. 207-342, 
incl. tables, pi. Doc. 216 issued Oct. 26, 1893. F14-133 
Report upon the investigations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross 



for the year ending June 30, 1892. Report, 1892 (1894), 64 p. incl. tables, pi. 

Doc. 284 issued Dec. 9, 1894. F14-58 
Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the 

year ending June 30, 1893. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 305-341, pi. Doc. 310 issued 

Mar. 21, 1896. F14-133 
Report upon the operations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross 

for the year ending June 30, 1894. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 197-278, incl. tables. 

Doc. 321 issued Dec. 2, 1896. Fll-187 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Records of observations made on board the United 

States Fish commission steamer Albatross during the year ending June 30, 1896. 

Report, 1896 (1898), p. 357-386, incl. tables. Doc. 355 issued Feb. 14, 1898. 

Fll-181 
Dredging and other records of the United States Fish commission steamer 

Albatross, with bibliography relative to the work of the vessel. Oomp. by 0. H. 

Townsend. (Chronological bibliography relative to work of the Albatross: p. 

501-562.) Report, 1900 (1901), p. 387-562, incl. tables, pi. I-VII (part, fold.). 

Doc. 472 issued Oct. 24, 1901. Fll-45 

Records of the dredging and other collecting stations of the U. S. Fish commis- 
sion steamer Albatross in 1901 and 1902. Report, 1902 (1904), p. 397-432, incl. 

tables. Doc. 541 issued Sept. 19, 1900. Fll-6 
Records of the dredgings and other collecting and hydrographic stations of 

the fisheries steamer Albatross in 1903. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 123-138, incl. 

tables. Doc. 549 issued May 17, 1904. Fll-9 
Dredging and hydrographic records of the U. S. fisheries steamer Albatross 

for 1904 and 1905. Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 80 p. incl. tables. 

Doc. 604 issued Dec. 1, 1906. 6-45334 
Dredging and hydrographic records of the U. S. fisheries steamer Albatross 

for 1906. Report and special papers, 1906 (1908), 50 p. incl. tables. Doc. 621 

issued Aug. 27, 1907. 7-35297 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 21 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Dredging and hydrographic records of the U. S. fish- 
eries steamer Albatross during the Philippine expedition, 1907-1910. Report and 
special papers. 1910 (1911), 97 p. incl. tables. Doc. 741 issued Nov. 29, 1910. 

F10-4 
Dredging and hydrographic records of the II. cJ. fisheries steamer Albatross, 



1911-1920. Appendix III, Report, 1920 (192-), 190 p. Doc. 897 issued 1921. 

FISH HAWK. 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer 
Fish Hawk for the year ending December 31, 1882, and on the construction of 
the steamer Albatross. Report, 1882 (1884), 32 p., Ill pi. Fll-270 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Dredging stations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer 
Fish Hawk, Lieut. Z. L. Tanner commanding, for 1880, 1881, and 1882, with 
temperature and other observations. Arranged for publication by Richard 
Rathbun. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 119-131, incl. tables. F12-285 

LIMNOLOGY. 

Birge, E. A.: Gases dissolved in the waters of Wisconsin lakes. (With discussions 
by J. J. Stranahan and Oscar F. Nordqvist.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, 
p. 1273-1294, diags. Doc. 718 issued May 5, 1910. 11-5437 

Birge, E. A., and Chancey Juday: A limnological study of the Finger Lakes of 
New York. Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 525-609, illus., fold. pi. 
CXI-CXVI. Doc. 791 issued Oct. 27, 1914. . F14-107 

Evermann, Barton Warren: The investigation of rivers and lakes with reference 
to the fish environment. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 69-73. Doc. 246 
issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

A report upon salmon investigations in the headwaters of the Columbia River, 
in the State of Idaho, in 1895; together with notes upon the fishes observed in 
that State in 1894 and 1895. Bulletin, 1896 (1897), vol. XVI, p. 149-202, pi. 67-72 
(partly fold.). Doc. 318 issued New. 17, 1896. Fll-343 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Seth Eugene Meek: A report upon salmon 
investigations in the Columbia River basin and elsewhere on the Pacific coast 
in 1896. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 15-84, illus, 2 pi. Doc. 352 issued 
Jan. 6, 1898. F12-241 

- [Description of Lake Chautauqua,] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 169-175. 

Juday, Chancey: Notes on Lake Tahoe, its trout and trout-fishing. (Literature 
cited: p. 146.) Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 133-146. Doc. 615 issued 
May 11, 1907. Fll-63 

A study of Twin Lakes, Colorado, with special consideration of the food of the 
trouts. (Bibliography: p. 175-178.) Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 147- 
178, pi. III. Doc. 616 issued May 24, 1907. Fll-64 

Kendall, William Converse, and E. L. Groldsborough: Fishes of the Connecticut 
Lakes and neighboring waters, with notes on the plankton environment. (Physi- 
cal features of the lakes; p. 4-15.) Report and special papers, 1907 (1909), 77 p., 
12 pis., fold, diagr. Doc. 633 issued July 6, 1908. 8-35558 

Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 
96 p., illus., IX pi. (part. col). Doc. 783 issued Jan. 28, 1914. F14-1 

The Rangeley Lakes, Maine; with special references to the habits of the 

fishes, fish culture and angling. Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 487-594, 
illus., pi. XL-XLVI (part col.). Doc. 861 issued May 25, 1918. F18-682 

Moore, Henry Frank: An inquiry into the feasibility of introducing useful marine 
animals into the waters of Great Salt Lake. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 229-250, 
pi. 7. Doc. 422 issued Oct.. 7, 1899. Fll-107 

Pope, Thomas E. B.: Deyil's Lake, North Dakota. A study of physical and 
biological conditions, with a view to the acclimatization of fish. Report and 
special papers, 1907 (1909), 22 p., 3 pi., fold. map. Doc. 634 issued July 16, 1908. 

8-35574 

Reighard, Jacob E.: Some plankton studies in the Great Lakes. Bulletin, 1893 
(1894), vol. XIII, p. 127-142, pi. Doc. 252 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: List of 1817 of the principal lakes of the United States 
with designation of their locations. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 59-89. F16-327 

Snyder, John Otterbein: Relationships of the fish fauna of the lakes of southeastern 
Oregon. Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 69-102, illus., fold, map, diagrs. 
Doc. 636 issued Sept. 28, 1908. 8-35669 



22 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

PLANKTON. 

Birge, Edward A., and Chancey Juday: [Plankton in Finger Lakes.] Bulletin, 

1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 587-597. 
Doolittle, A. A.: [Notes on the plankton environment of the Connecticut Lakes: 

p. 65-77, chart, diagr.] In Kendall and Goldsborough : Fishes of the Connecticut 

Lakes and neighboring waters. Report and special papers, 1907 (1908), 77 p., 

12 pis., fold, map., fold, diagr. Doc. 633 issued July 6, 1908. 8-35558 

Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August: Planktonic. studies: A comparative 

investigation of the importance and constitution of the pelagic fauna and flora. 

(Literature: p. 565-641.) Report 1889-1891 (1893), p. 565-641. Doc. 221 issued 

Oct. 25, 1893. F12-231 

Hensen, Victor: Organic matter in the Baltic. Bulletin, 1885 (1886), vol. V, 

p. 267-269. F18-431 

Peck, James I.: The sources of marine food. Bulletin, 1895, (1896) vol. XV, p. 351- 

368, pi. 64-71. Doc. 307 issued Apr. 11, 1897. F12-248 

Rathbun, Richard: [Plankton.! Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 259-267. 
Reighard, Jacob E.: Some plankton studies in the Great Lakes. Bulletin, 1893 

(1894), vol. XIII, p. 127-142, pi. Doc. 252 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

Methods of plankton investigation in their relation to practical problems. 
Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 169-175. Doc. 365 issued Aug . 8, 1898. 

F12-110 

Snow, Julia W.: The plankton algae of Lake Erie, with special reference to the 
Chlorophycese. (Literature: p. 393.) Bulletin 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 369- 
394, IV col. pi. Doc. 529 issued Aug. 4, 1903. F12-69 

POTOMOLOGY. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [A reconnaissance of the streams and lakes of western 
Montana and northwestern Wyoming.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 3-40, 
illus., pi. I-V. 

The investigation of rivers and lakes with reference to the fish environment. 
Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 69-73. Doc. 246 issued June 9, 1894. 

F12-183 

A preliminary report upon salmon investigations in Idaho in 1894. Bulletin, 
1895 (1896), vol." XV, p. 253-284. Doc. 301 issued Feb. 20, 1896. F12-245 

Gilbert, Charles Henry, and Barton Warren Evermann: [Report upon investi- 
gations in the Columbia River basin.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895^, vol. XIV, p. 169- 
187, pi. 13-19. 

Ingalls, J. F.: Character of the streams on the northern shore of Lake Michigan. 
Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 630-632. 

Jenkins, Oliver Peebles: [Temperature conditions in the Kern River region.] 
Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 39-43. 

Kirsch, Philip H.: Reports upon investigations m the Maumee River basin during 
the summer of 1893. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 315-337. Doc. 295 
issued May 22, 1895. 6-10556 

Milner, James W.: Character of some of the northern tributaries of Lake Michigan. 
Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 632-633. 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: List of the principal rivers of the United States which 
empty into the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, and the Gulf of Mexico, with 
their tributaries. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 91-202. F16-328 

Alphabetical index to the principal rivers of the United States. Report, 1882 
(1884), p. 1059-1086. F16-326 



Part 3. FISHES. 



Section 1. -BIOLOGY OF FISHES. 

Section 2.-FISH CULTURE. 

Section 3. FISHERIES AND FISHERY INDUSTRIES. 



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Part 3. FISHES. 
Section 1. BIOLOGY OF FISHES. 



CONTENTS. 



General 


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Arrangement by families Contd 


Page. 


Anatomy (including histology, 
morphology, and osteology) 


27 


Teleostii Continued. 
Atherinidse 


53 


Embryology 


27 


Balistidse 


53 


Food 


29 


B atrach oididss 


53 


Pathology and pathological condi- 




BelonidsB 


53 


tions 


34 


Berycidse 


53 


Diseases 


34 


BlenniidsB 


53 


Mortality 


35 


Bramidse 


53 


Parasites 


37 


Branchiostomidse 


54 


Pollution 


38 


Brotulidse 


54 


Phy siol ogy 


39 


Carangidse 


54 


Aee 


39 


Catostomidae 


54 


Sense organs .... 


39 


Centrarchidae 


54 


Metabolism 


40 


ChimseridsB 


55 


Growth 


40 


ChiridaB 


55 


Vitality 


41 


Cichlidse 


55 


Weight 


41 


Clupeidae 


55 


Poisonous fishes 


41 


Cory phsB nidae 


59 


Regeneration 


41 


Cottidse 


59 


Oxygen requirements 


41 


CyprinidsB 


59 


Variation 


42 


Dalliidee . . 


62 


Relations 


42 


DiodontidsB 


62 


Enemies 


42 


Dorosomatidse 


62 


Environmental factors 


43 


EcheneididsB 


62 


Temperature 


43 


ElopidsB 


62 


Density and salinity 


44 


Embiotocidse 


63 


Habits and behavior 


44 


Engraulidse 


63 


Miscellaneous 


44 


Ephippidse 


63 


Breeding habits 


45 


Esocidse 


63 


Color 


47 


FierasferidsB 


63 


Hibernation 


47 


Gadidse 


63 


Migration 


47 


Gasterosteidse 


64 


Marking fish 


49 


Gerridse 


65 


Predacious behavior 


50 


GobiidsB 


65 


Arrangement by families 


50 


HexagrammidsB 


65 


Selachii 


50 


HippocampidsB 


65 


Marsipobranchii 


51 


Hvodontidss 


65 


Petromyzontidae 


51 


IcosteidsB 


65 


Teleostii 


51 


IstophoridsB 


65 


Acipenseridse 


51 


LabridsB 


65 


AlbulidsB. ... .... 


51 


LampridcC 


65 


Alepidosauridse 


52 


LophiidsB 


65 


Alepocephalidas 


52 


Lepidosteidse 


65 


Amblyopsidse 


52 


Leptocephalidse 


66 


Amiidae 


52 


Liparididse 


66 


Ammody tidse 


52 


LobotidsB 


66 


Anarhichadidse 


52 


Lophiidse 


66 


Anguillidse 


52 


Lutianidae 


66 


Antennariidae . . 


53 


Lvcodidse. . 


66 



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Arrangement by families Contd. 
Teleostii Continued . 

Macrouridse 

MalacanthidaB 

MaltheidaB 

MerlucciidaB 

MicrostomidaB 

MonacanthidaB 

MugilidaB 

Mullidse 

MuraBnidaB 

Myxinidas 

NomeiidaB 

Ophidiidas 

OrthagoriscidaB 

Osphromenidas 

Ostraciidae 

ParalepidaB 

PercidaB 

PleuronectidaB 

PoeciliidaB 

Polyodontidas 

PolynemidaB 

Pomacentridas 

PomatomidaB 

PristipomatidaB 

RachycentridaB 

SalmonidaB 

Scaridas 

SciasnidaB 

ScomberesocidaB 

ScombridsB 

ScopelidaB 

ScorpasnidaB 

Scytalinidas 

SerranidaB 

SiluridaB 

SoleidaB 

SparidaB 

SphyrasnidaB 

StromateidaB 

SyngnathidaB 

SynodontidaB 

TenthitidaB 

Tetrodontidas 

ThyrnallidaB 

Trachypteridas 

TrichiuridaB 

TriglidaB 

Xiphiidas 

ZenidaB.... ... 

Geographical distribution 

United States 

General 

Alabama 

Alaska 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Delaware 

District of Columbia. . . . 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois... 



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Geographical distribution Contd. 
United States Continued. 

Indian Territory 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York.. 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

South Atlantic States 

Great Lakes 

Colorado River 

Columbia River 

Delaware River 

Maumee River 

Mississippi River. 

Missouri River 

St. Lawrence River 

Gulf of Mexico 

Canada 

West Indies 

Bahamas 

Cuba. 

Porto Rico 

Mexico 

Central America 

South America 

Great Britain 

Asia 

India 

Japan 

Oceanica 

Australia 

Hawaiian Islands 

Philippine Islands 

Samoa 

Oceans 

Atlantic Ocean 

Bering Sea 

Pacific Ocean . . 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 27 

GENERAL. 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report upon the inquiry respecting food-fishes and 
the fishing grounds. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 41-46; 1889-91 (1893), p. 97-171, 
1892 (1894), p. 88-110; 1893 (1895), p. 17-51; 1894 (1896), p. 81-114; 1895 (1896), 
p. 73-92; 1896 (1898), p. 93-118 (by Richard Rathbun); 1898 (1899), p. 123-146; 
1899 (1900), p. 119-146; 1900 (1901), p. 119-135; 1901 (1902), p. 111-140; 1902 
0904), p. 111-142; 1903 (1905), p. 75-100 (by H. M. Smith); 1904 (1905), p. 81- 
120 (by B. W. Eyermann): 

Progress in biological inquiries. Report of the division of scientific in- 
quiry for the fiscal year 1920 (by R. E. Coker). Appendix II, Report, 1920 
(192-), 32 p. Doc. 896 issued Dec. 16, 1920. 

ANATOMY (INCLUDING HISTOLOGY, MORPHOLOGY, AND OSTEOLOGY). 

Greene, C. W.: Anatomy and histology of the alimentary tract of the king salmon. 

Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 73-100, pl.XXV-XXVIII. Doc. 777 issued 

July 25, 1913. F15-20 

- The skeletal musculature of the king salmon. Bulletin, 1913 (1914), vol. 

XXXIII, p. 21-59, illus. Doc. 796 issued Aug. 8, 1914. F14-113 

Hermes, Otto: On the mature male sexual organs of the conger eel (Conger vulgaris), 

with some observations on the male of the common eel (Anquilla vulgaris, Flem- 

ming). Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 126-130, illus. F12-316 

Herrick, C. J. : The peripheral nervous system of the bony fishes. Bulletin, 1898 

(1899), vol. XVIII, p. 315-320, illus. Doc. 415 issued Oct. 21, 1899. F12-101 
Kuntz, Albert: Notes on the habits, morphology of the reproductive organs, and 

embryology of the viviparous fish, Gambusia affinis. Bulletin, 1913 (1915), vol. 

XXXIII, p. 177-190, pi. XVI-XIX. Doc. 806 issued Oct. 28, 1914. F14-106 

The histological basis of adaptive shades and colors in the flounder, Paralich- 
thys albiguttus. (Bibliography: p. 26-28.) Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, 
29 p., illus., 2 col. pi. Doc. 842 issued May 28, 1917. F17-185 

Lucas, Frederic Augustus: The osteology and immediate relations of the tilefish, 

Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 81-86, illus. 

Doc. ,559 issued Feb. 14, 1905. F12-3 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: [Note on the eye of the Anableps dovii.] Bulletin, 1901 

(1902), vol. XXI, p. 150-151. 
Parker, George Howard: Structure and functions of the ear of the squeteague. 

(Bibliography: p. 1222-1224.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1211-1224, 

pi. CXXII. Doc. 715 issued May 5, 1910. 10-35606 

Ryder, J. A. : Notes on the development, spinning habits, and structure of the f our- 

spined stickelback, Apeltes quadracus. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 24-29. 

F12-331 
Development of the Spanish mackerel (Cybium maculatum). Bulletin, 1881 

(1882), vol. I, p. 135-173, pi. I-IV. F12-317 

Histological rationale of retardation.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 187-190. 
A contribution to the development and morphology of the Lophobranchiates: 



(Hippocampus antiquorum, the sea-horse.) Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 

191-199, pi. XVII. F12-320 

Shufeldt, Robert Wilson: The osteology of Amia calva, including certain special 

reference to the skeleton of Teleosteans. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 747-878, XIV pi. 

Doc. 90 issued Mar. 19, 1885. Fll-305 
The skeleton of the black bass. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 311-320, 

illus., pi. 44. Doc. 448 issued Sept. 6, 1900. F12-283 

Silvester, Charles Frederick: The blood vascular system of the tile fish. Lopho- 
latilus chamaeleonticeps. (Literature: p. 112-114.) Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. 

XXIV, p. 87-114, illus., fold. col. pi. Doc. 560 issued Feb. 14, 1905. F12-4 

Sullivan, Michael X.: The physiology of the digestive tract of elasmobranchs. 

(Bibliography: p. 24-27.) Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 1-27, pi. Doc. 

625 issued Oct. 15, 1907. 7-35366 

EMBRYOLOGY. 

Baird, S. F.: [Facts concerning reproduction of fish.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 80-85. 
Gary, H. H.: Period of incubation of eggs of German carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 447. F18-179 

Earll, R. E.: [Reproduction of the cod.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 712-718. 

[Reproduction of the Spanish mackerel.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 403-406. 

[Blackfish eggs impregnated.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 91. 



28 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Eigenmann, C. H. : On the viviparous fishes of the Pacific coast of North America. (Con- 
tains "A review of the Embiotocidse, " by C. H. Eigenmann and A. B. Ulrey: p. 
382-400. Cymatogaster aggregatus Gibbons: A contribution to the ontogeny of 
viviparous fishes, by C. H. Eigenmann: p. 401-468.) Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. 
XII, p. 381-478, pi. XCII-CXVIII. Doc. 231 issued June 26, 1894. F12-159 

The egg and development of the conger eel. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 

p. 37-44, illus. Doc. 476 issued Oct. 2, 1901. F12-263 

Ewart, J. Cossar: On the natural and artificial fertilization of the sea herring eggs. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 193-197. F13-95 

Gaines, Kemp: [Distinguishing the sex of carp.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 468-469. 

Goode, G. B.: [Reproduction of the swordfish.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 330-331. 

Notes on the life-history of the eel, chiefly derived from a study of recent 

European authorities. (' 'A list of the most important papers concerning the eel 
and its reproduction" : p. 112-124.) Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 71-124, illus. 

F12-335 

[Reproduction of the mackerel.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 111-116. 

Gudger, Eugene Willis: [Embryology of the toadfish (Opsanus tau}.] Bulletin, 
1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1095-1105, illus. 

Hensen, Victor: On the occurrence and quantity of the eggs of some of the fish of the 
Baltic, especially those of the plaice (Platessa platessa}, the flounder (Platessa 
vulgaris), and the cod (Gadus morrhua). * Report, 1882 (1884), p. 427-154, illus. 

F16-313 

Hermes, Otto: On the mature sexual organs of the conger eel (Conger vulgaris), 
with some observations on the male of the common eel (Anquilla vulgaris Flem- 
ming). Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 126-130, illus. F12-316 

Jacoby, Leopold: The eel question. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 463-483. F17-3 

Kuntz, Albert: The embryology and larval development of Bairdiella chrysura and 
Anchovia mitchilli. Bulletin, 1913 (1915), Vol. XXXIII, p. 1-19, illus. Doc. 
795 issued May 29, 1914. F14-38 

- Notes on the habits, morphology of the reproductive organs, and embryology 
of the viviparous fish Gambusia qffinis. Bulletin, 1913 (1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 
177-190, pi. XVI-XIX. Doc. 806 issued Oct. 28, 1914. F14-106 

Notes on the embryology and larval development of five species of teleostean 



fishes. Bulletin, 1914 (1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 407-429, illus. Doc. 831 issued 

Aug. ?, 1916. F16-132 

Kuntz, Albert, and Lewis Badcliffe: Notes on the embryology and larval devel- 
opment of twelve teleostean fishes. Bulletin, 1915-16* (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 

88-134, illus. Doc. 849 issued Sept. 12, 1917. Fl 7-261 

Levene, P. A. T.: Some chemical changes in the developing fish egg. Bulletin, 

1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 153-155. Doc. 438 issued Aug. 31. 1900. F12-86 

Mclntosh, William Carmichael: The eggs of fishes. Bulletin, 1887 (1889\ vol, 

VII, p. 58-^2. F18-650 
[Investigations on the development of fishes at St. Andrews Marine Laboratory, 

Scotland.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 241-256. 

Moore, Henry F.: [Spawning of the herring.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 405-417. 
Moore, John Percy: [Embryology of the mackerel.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 4-14. 
Nussbaum: A simple test to learn if fish ova are impregnated. (Tr. by John A. 

Ryder.) Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 347-348. F12-371 

Pearse, A. S., and Henrietta Achtenberg: [Reproduction of the yellow perch.] 

Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 326-328. 
Beisenbichler, G. F.: The thick or thin fertilization of eggs. Report, 1879 (1882), 

p. 633-644. F17-11 

But-cer, Cloudsley: [Vitality of the spermatozoa of the quinnat salmon.] Bulletin, 

1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 73-81. 
Byder, John Adam: Preliminary notice of the more important scientific results 

obtained from a study of the embryology of fishes. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 

p. 22-23. F18-10 
Notes on the development, spinning habits, and structure of the four-spined 

stickleback, Apeltes quadracus. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 24-29. F12-331 
Development of the Spanish mackerel (Cybium maculatum). Bulletin, 1881 

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On the retardation of the development of the ova of the shad (Alosa shpidissima) 

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p. 177-190. F12-319 
A contribution to the development and morphology of the Lophobranchiates 

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pi. XVII. F12-320 



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An inquiry into the first f ood of young lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeiformis). 

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Gaylord, Harvey Russell, and Millard Caleb Marsh: Carcinoma of the thyroid 
in the salmonoid fishes. ("Bibliography": p. 519-524.) Bulletin, 1912 (1913), 
vol. XXXII, p. 363-524, illus., pi. LVI-CX (part. col.). Doc. 790 issued Apr. 22, 
1914. F14-37 

Gorham, Frederic Poole: The gas-bubble disease of fish and its cause. Bulletin, 
1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 33-37, pi. 12. Doc. 431 issued Sept. 8, 1900. F12-43 

Green, Loren W.: On a disease affecting the rainbow trout at McCloud River station. 
Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 472. F18-513 

[Disease affecting rainbow trout at McCloud River station.] Quoted by Stone. 
Report, 1886 (1889), p. 738-739. 

Gurley, R. R.: On the classification of the Myxosporidia, a group of protozoan para- 
sites infesting fishes. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 407-420. Doc. 215 
issued July 14, 1893. F12-157 

Holder, Charles Frederick: Methods of combating fungus diseases on fishes in 
captivity. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 933-936. Doc. 692 issued 
April, 1910. 10-35417 

Klotz, J. P. jr.: [Maladies and enemies of the egg.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 505-507. 

Linton, Edwin: On certain wart-like excrescences occurring on the short minnow, 
Cyprinodon variegatus, due to psorosperms. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, 
p. 99-102, pi. XXXV. Doc. 154 issued June 11, 1891. F12-142 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: A more complete description of Bacterium truttae. Bulletin, 
1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 411-415, II pi. (partly fold.). Doc. 533 issued Sept. 11, 
1903. F12-72 

Marsh, M. C., and F. P. Gorham: The gas disease in fishes. Report, 1904 (1905), 
p. 343-376, 3 pi. Dr, c . 578 issued Aug. 28, 1905. F10-6 

Nicklas, Carl: [Sickness and death among carp.] Report, 1884 (1886), p, 564-565. 

Ravenel, Wm. deC.: [Blindness among trout.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. LXVIII. 

Robinson, E. M.: [Destruction of salmon fry by fungus and parasites.] Report, 
1894 (1896), p. 60-61. 

Rosenberg-, Albert: Experience in abating disease among brook trout. Bulletin, 
1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 941-945. Doc. 694 issued April, 1910. 10-35415 

Rutter, Cloudsley: [Injuries and diseases of the quinnat salmon.] Bulletin, 1902 
(1904), vol. XXII, p. 138-141. 

Ryder, John Adam: On the retardation of the development of the ova of the shad 
(Alosa sapidissirna) , with observations on the egg-fungus and bacteria. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 177-190. F12-319 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 35 

Ryder, John Adam: [Development of fungus on the ova of the shad.] Bulletin, 

1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 181-184. 

[Cause of the nondevelopment of fungus on the eggs hatched in the McDonald 

jar.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 188. 
[Experiments with carbolic acid to kill the fungus on large fishes.] Bulletin, 

1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 191. 

- On the retardation of the development of ova in the shad (ALosa sapidissima) , 



with observations on the egg fungus and bacteria. Report, 1881 (1884) , p . 795-811 . 

F16-342 
Seagle, George A.: The artificial propagation of the rainbow trout. Bulletin, 1896 

(1897), vol. VI, p. 237-256, illus., pi. 88-94. Doc. 319 issued Nov. 14, 1896. 

t F12-lll 
Seal, William P.: Observations on the aquaria of the U. S. Fish commission at 

Central station, Washington, D. C. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 1-12, illus., 

IV pi. Doc. 186 issued Feb. 11, 1892. 7-1837 

Sickness of the goldfish in the Royal park, Berlin. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 537-538. 

F16-190 

Smith, Hugh M.: [Destruction of fresh-water fish by disease, in aquaria at Wash- 
ington.^ Report, 1897 (1898), p. CXXIII-CXXIV. 
[Review of work by Bureau on diseases of fish.] Report. 1898 (1899), p 

CXLIII; 1901 (1902), p. 124-127. 

[Trout epidemic at North ville.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. CXLIV-CXLV. 

Spencer, Leonard B.: Treatment of fungus on fishes in captivity. Bulletin, 1908 

(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 929-932. Doc. 691 issued April, 1910. 10-35423 

Stabrowski, Xaver von: Carp culture in Germany. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 57-59. F18-533 

Stirling, A. B.: Notes on the fungus disease affecting salmon. Report, 1878 (1880), 

p. 525-529. F16-167 
Additional observations on the fungus disease affecting salmon and other fish. 

Report, 1878 (1880), p. 531-536. F16-168 

Stone, Livingston: [Fatal disease among salmon.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1063- 

1078. 
Tit-comb, John W.: [Diseases of fish at Nashua and Erwin.] Report, 1902 (1904), 

p. 34 and 48. 
Tower, Ralph Winfred: Biliary calculi in the squeteague. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), 

vol. XXI, p. 131-135, pi. XXI. Doc. 498 issued May 23, 1902. F12^13 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Investigation bv the Bureau of fish diseases ] 

Report, 1906 (1908), p. 14; 1918 (1920), p. 24-26. 
Valery-Mayet: Hatching salmon eggs at Montpelier, France, and trouble with 

fungus. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 272. F18-434 

Vincent, Eugene: Causes of disease in young salmonoids. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), 

vol. XXVIII, p. 907-916. Doc. 689 issued April, 1910. 10-35564 

Walpole, Spencer, and T. H. Huxley: Diseases among the salmon of many rivers 

m England and Wales. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 429-448. F12-341 

Zirzow, Paul: A new method of combating fungus on fishes in captivity. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 937-940. Doc. 693 issued April, 1910. 10-35416 

MORTALITY. 

Atkins, Charles G.: [Protrusion of the eye among the Penobscot salmon in 1881-82 ] 

Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1085. 

Baird, S. F.: [Mortality of fish.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. XLII-XL1II. 
Bean, Tarleton: [Fish killed by thunder and struck by lightning.] Report, 1894 

(1S96), p. 61. 

Brown, j. J.: [Sawdust injurious to fish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 111. 
Chamberlain, T.: [Mortality among California salmon.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 

Cheever, Henry T.: [Movements of a school of herring.] Bulletin, 1885 (18851, 

vol. V, p. 87-88. 

Collins, J. W.: [Mortality among the tilefish.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 253-283. 
Dunning, Philo: Two hundred tons of dead fish, mostly perch, at Lake Mendota. 

Wisconsin, Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 439-443. F13-120 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Fish killed by slimy sponge.] Report, 1884 (1886) 

p. 329. 
[Excess of nitrogen and deficiency of oxygen at Nashua.] Report, 1904 (1905) 

p. 109-112. 

[Mortality among trout fry at Allentown.] Report 1904 (1905), p. 112. 

[Menhaden mortality in Narraganset Bay.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 113, 



36 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Forbes, S. A.: Preliminary report upon the invertebrate animals inhabiting lakes 
Geneva and Mendota, Wisconsin, with an account of the fish epidemic in Lake 
Mendotain 1884. Bulletin. 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 473-494, pi. LXXII-LXXI V 
Doc. 147 issued Mar. 25, 1891. Fl 1-328 

Glennan, A. H.: Fish killed by poisonous water. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p 10-11. F12-524 

Q-oode, G. Brown: [Mortality of menhaden in Merrimac River.] Report, 1877 
(1879), p. 101. 

Hessel, Rudolph: [Street dust injurious to carp.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V 
p. 102. 

Hubner, A.: [Harm to eggs and fry.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 187-190. 

Johnson, B. S.: [Epidemic at Manchester.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 72-73. 

Klotz, J. P_._J.: [Maladiesjmd enemies of fish eggs.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 505-507. 

lleti] 



Knowles, Herbert M.: Dead fish on the coast of Rhode Island. Bulletin, 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 194-195. F18-571 

Leslie, Charles C.: Scarcity of blackfish Mortality of codfish. Bulletin, 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 132. F18-90 

McDonald, Marshall: Effect of waste products from Page's armnoniacal works upon 
young shad fry. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 313-314. F18-460 

- Report on the pollution of the Potomac River by the discharge of waste prod- 
ucts from gas manufacture. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 125-126. F18-384 

Mazyck, W. St. J.: [Dead fish along the coast of South Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 413. 
Miller, N. B.: [Report on unprecedented destruction of fish life along the southern 

California coast.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 217-218. 
Narragansett Herald: [Oily water along the coast of North Carolina.] Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 194-195. 
Pearson, John M.: [Fish killed by suffocation.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 452-453. 
Pierce, H. D.: An opinion of the cause of mortality of fish in the Gulf of Mexico. 

Bulletin 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 332. F18-143 

- Notes on the bluefish, mortality of Florida fishes, etc. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 263-266. F18-307 

Poisoned water in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 104. 

F18-83 
Bathbun, Bichard: [Mortality of the alewife in Lake Ontario.] Report, 1893 (1895), 

p. 49. 

- [Mortality of salmon after spawning.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 277-280. 
Bowley: [Dead fish.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 361. 

Smith, Hugh McConnick: [Mortality of alewives in Lake Ontario.] Bulletin, 
1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 190-192. 

- [Mortality among brood cod at Woods Hole.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. CXLIV- 
CXLV. 

Stone, Livingston: Mortality of McCloud River salmon in 1881. Bulletin, 188J 
(1882), vol. I, p. 134. F18-32 

- [Mortality among trout due to mud.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1079-1083. 
tranahan, J. J.: [Mortality among fish eggs.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, 



S 



p. 318. 
lor, 



Taylor, Harden Franklin: Mortality of fishes on the west coast of Florida. (Bibliog- 

raphy: p. 23-24.) Appendix III, Report, 1917 (1919), 24 p., IV pi. Doc. 848 

issued June 13, 1917. F17-240 

Taylor J. Manigault: [Dead fish along the coast of South Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 413^14. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Destruction of young bass by Dytiscidae.l Report, 

1897 (1898), p. L. 
Washburn, F. L.: [Death during summer season of fish in Lake Mille Lac, Minne- 

sota.] Quoted by C. B. Wilson. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 119. 
Washington Post: [Dead fish in Shallotte River, North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 140-141. 
Webb, John G.: The mortality of fish in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1886 (1887) 

vol. VI, p. 11-13. F18-525 

Weigett, C., O. Sacre, and L. Schwab: [Poisonous effects of sewage on fish.] 

Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 144. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 37 

White, B. B.: [Disease affecting speckled catfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 404. 
Wilcox, Joseph: Fish killed by cold along the Gulf of Mexico and coast of Florida. 

Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 123. F18-557 

Wright, B. Bamsey: [Mortality of Coregonus in Lake of the Woods.] Quoted by 

0. B. Wilson. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 119. 

PARASITES. 

Cole, Leon J.: [Parasites of carp.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 579-584. 

Davis, H. S.: Myxosporidia of the Beaufort region. A systematic and biologic 

study. (Bibliography: p. 238.) Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 

201-243, illus., pi. XVI-XXIV. Doc. 855 issued Dec. 17, 1917. F18-2 

Forbes, S. A.: [Kidney parasites cause death of fish.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 

739-740. 
Goode, G. Brown: [Parasites of the Menhaden.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 101-104. 

- [Parasites of the swordfish.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 342-347. 

Gurley, B. B.: On the classification of the Myxosporidia, a group of protozoan para- 
sites infesting fishes. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 407-420. Doc. 215 issued 
July 14, 1893. F12-157 

The Myxosporidia, or Psorosperms of fishes, and the epidemics produced by 
them. Report, 1892 (1894), p. 65-304, incl. tables, 47 pi. Doc. 285 issued Dec. 27, 
1894. F14-42 

Hahn, Clarence Wilson: Sporozoon parasites of certain fishes in the vicinity of 
Woods Hole, Massachusetts. (Bibliography: p. 210-211.) Bulletin, 1913 (1915), 
vol. XXXIII, p. 191-214, pi. XX-XXI. Doc. 810 issued Apr. 29, 1915. 

F15-38 

Kendall, William Converse: The fishes of the Yellowstone national park. (Parasites: 
p. 7-9.) Appendix VIII, Report, 1914 (1915), 28 p. Doc. 818 issued July 16, 1915. 

F15-79 

Kerbert, C.: Chromatophagus parasiticus A contribution to the natural history of 
parasites. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1127-1136. F17-140 

Lefevre, George, and Winterton Conway Curtis: [Experimental infection of 
fishes with glochidia.l Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 622-626. 

Linton, Edwin: Notes on Entozoa of marine fishes of New England, with descrip- 
tions of several new species. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 453-511, VI. pi. Doc. 128 
issued 1889. Fll-255 

On two species of larval Dibothria from the Yellowstone national park . Bulle- 
tin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 65-79, pi. XXIII-XXVII. Doc. 150 issued June 5, 

1891. F12-13,. 

- On certain wart-like excrescences occurring on the short minnow, Cyprinodon 
variegatus, duetopsorsperms. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 99-102, pi. XXXV. 
Doc. 154 issued June 11, 1891. F12-1428 

- A contribution to the life history of Dibothrium cordiceps, a parasite infesting 
the trout of Yellowstone Lake. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 337-358, pL 
CXVII r CXIX. Doc. 164 'issued June 17, 1891. F12-152 

Notice of the occurrence of protozoan parasites (Psorosperms) on cyprinoid 

fishes in Ohio. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 359-361, pi. CXX. Doc. 165 
issued July 7, 1891. F12-153 

Notes on Entozoa of marine fishes of New England, with descriptions of 

several new species. Part II. Report, 1887 (1891), 182 p., XV pi. Doc. 175 
issued Aug .24,1891. Fll-337 

Notes on the Entozoa of marine fishes, with descriptions of new species. Part 

III. Report, 1888 (1892), p. 523-542, pi. LIII-LX. Doc. 182 issued July 1, 

1892. F12-224 

Fish Entozoa trom Yellowstone national park. Report, 1889-91 (1893), 

p. 545-564, pi. 63-67. Doc. 220 issued Oct. 25, 1893. F12-230 

Some observations concerning fish parasites. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 

p. 101-112. Doc, 250 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

An economical consideration of fish parasites. (Partial list of American 



authorities on fish parasites, especially such as have been published by the U. S. 
Fish commission and the U. S. National museum: p. 199.) Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 
vol. XVII, p. 193-199. Doc. 370 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Fish parasites collected at Woods Hole in 1898. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. 



XIX, p. 267-304, pi. 33-43. Doc. 446 issued Sept. 1, 1900. F12-87 

Parasites of fishes of the Woods Hole region. (List of papers referred to if 
text: p. 424.) Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 405-492, XXXIV pi. D<& 
457 issued June 27,. IjO^ . F12-88 



S8 XT. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Linton, Edwin: Parasites of fishes of Beaufort, North Carolina. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), 
vol. XXIV, p. 821-428, XXXIV pi. Doc. 583 issued Oct. 19, 1905. F12-12 

A cestode parasite in the flesh of the butterfish. (Other hosts of the parasite 

collected at Woods Hole, Beaufort. Tortugas, and Bermuda: p. 122-126.) Bulletin 
1906 (1907), vol. XXV 7 , p. 111-132, pi. I-II. Do..-. 611 issued May 11, 1907. 

Fll-62 

Notes on the flesh parasites of marine food fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 

XXVIII, p. 1195-1209. Doc. 714 issued April, 1910. 10-35559 

McDonald, Marshall: [Copepods injurious to cod eggs and fry.] .Report, 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 27. 

Marshall, William Stanley, and N. C. Gilbert: Notes on the food and parasites 
of some fresh- water fishes from the lakes at Madison, Wis. (Bibliography: p. 
522.) Appendix, Report, 1904 (1905), p. 513-522. Doc. 591 issued Dec. 29, 
1905. F10-13 

Milner, James W.: [Parasites of the whitefish. Parasites of the sturgeon.] Report, 
1872-73 (1874), p. 64-74. 

Pearse, A. S., and Henrietta Aehtenberg: [Parasites of yellow perch.] Bulletin, 
1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 333-335. 

Pratt, H. S.: Parasites of fresh- water fishes. Comprising some general considera- 
tions. 8 p., illus. Economic Circular 43 issued Mar. 29, 1919. F19-5 

Ryder, John Adam: On a skin parasite of the cunner (Ct.enolabrus adspersus). Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 37-42. F13-80 

Smith, Hugh M.: [Destructive parasites in Central station aquaria.] Report, 1897 
(1898i, p. CXXIII-CXXIV. 

Stiles, Charles Wardell: Report on a parasitic protozoan observed on fish in the 
aquarium of the U. S. Fish commission at the World's Fair. (Bibliography: p. 
175.) Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 173-190. Doc. 253 issued June 29, 
1894. F12-183 

Surber, Thaddeus: Notes on the natural hosts of fresh-water mussels. Bulletin, 
1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 101-116, pi. XXIX-XXXI. Doc. 778 issued June 28, 
1913. F13-218 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Information concerning parasitic worms in fish. (State- 
ments by Prof. Edwin Linton and Dr. C. W. Stiles.) 3 p. Economic Circular 
21 issued Oct. 14-, 1916. F16-305 

Ward, Henry Baldwin: Internal parasites of the Sebago salmon. (Bibliography. 
p. 1192-1194.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1151-1194, pi. CXXI. 
Doc. 713 issued April, 1910. 10^5558 

Wilson, Charles Branch: The fish parasites of the genus Argulus found in the 
Woods Hole region. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 115-131, illus. Doc. 
561 issued Feb. 14^ 1905. F12-5 

Copepod parasites of fresh- water fishes and their economic relations to mussel 

glochidia. Bulletin, 1914 (1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 331-374, pi. LX-LXXIV. 
Doc. 824 issued June 28, 1916. F16-106 

The economic relations, anatomy, and life history of the genus Lernaea. Bul- 
letin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 165-198, illus., pi. VI-XV. Doc. 854 
issued Dec. 22, 1917. F18-4 

POLLUTION. 

Forbes, S. A.: [Pollutions in the Wabash River from oil wells.] Quoted by Rathbun: 
Report, 1894 (1896), p. 109-112. 

Kendall, William Converse: Notes on the fresh-water fishes of Washington county, 
Maine. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 43-54. Doc. 236 issued Mar. 24, 1894. 

F12-173 

Landmark, Anthon, i. e. Even Anthon Thomas: Is sawdust injurious to the 
fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 625-632. F17-10 

McDonald, Marshall: Report on the pollution of the Potomac River by the dis- 
charge of waste products from gas manufacture. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 125-126. F18-364 

Effect of waste products from Page's ammoniacal works upon young shad fry. 
Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 313-314. F18-460 

Malmgren, A. J.: The injurious effects of rafting on the lake and river fisheries of 
Sweden. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 264-267. F18-430 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: The effect of some industrial wastes on fishes. 1907. (Re- 
print from the Potomac River basin, water-supply and irrigation paper no. 192, 
p. 337-348.) Doc. 619 issued Apr. 16, 1907. F14-4 

Milner, James W.: [Pollution of Great Lakes from sawdust.] Report, 1872 and 
1873 (1874), p. 19. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 39 

Moore, H. F.: [Pollution by offal discharged by sardine factories.] Report, 1896 

(1898), p. 425-427. 
Neher: [Chemical inquiry in the waters of Long Island Sound.] Quoted by Rathbun. 

Report, 1889-91 (1893), p. 118-119. 

Pitman, J. Talbot: [Impurities of the water.] Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 201. 
Rasch, Halvor Heyerdahl: Is sawdust as serious an obstacle to the ascent of salmon 

in our -rivers as ia generally maintained? Report, 1878 (1880), p. 517-518. 

F16-165 
Rathbun, Richard: [River pollution from wood pulp.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. 

CXXVI-CXXVII 



[Pollution and refuse.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 322-324. 



Reichardt, E.: The purification of refuse water. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 519-524, 

illus. F16-166 
The injurious influence on pisciculture of the retting water of flax and hemp. 

Report, 1880 (1883), p. 545-550. F16-296 

Sars, George Ossian: [Pollution by whale and fish refuse.] Report, 1880 (1883), 

p. 183-186. 
Shotwell, J. R.: Method of purifying the residium of gas-works before allowing. 

it to pass off into the water. Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 847-849, illus. F16-72 
Southwick, J. M. K.: [Impurities of the water.] Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 81-82. 
Spangler, A. M.: The decrease of food-fishes in American waters and some of the 

causes. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 21-35. Doc. 239 issued June 6, 1894. 

F12-183 
Swett, S. B.: Decrease of fish in Squamscot River, New Hampshire, on account 

of refuse matter from gas works. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 33. F12-344 
Talbot, Arthur W. : [Waste matter deleterious to fish.] Quoted by Rathbun. Report, 

1894 (1896), p. 112-114. 
Tolke, C.: The pollution of public waters by refuse from factories. Report, 1879 

(1882), p. 619-624. F20-145 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Effects of polluted Potomac water on fishes.] 

Report, 1903 (1905), p. 91-92. 

[Pollution of waters.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 66. 

Watson, W. C.: [Pollution of Lake Champlain by sawdust.] Report, 1873-75 (1876), 

p. 536. 
Zacharis, Otto, i. e.EmilOtto: Some of the life needs of fish. Bulletin, 1886(1887), 

vol. VI, p. 445-447. F18-629 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

Greene, Charles Wilson: Physiological studies of the chinook salmon. Bulletin, 
1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 429-456, incl. tables, illus. Doc. 584 issued Nov. 2, 
1905. F12-13 

Sullivan, Michael X.: The physiology of the digestive tract of elasmobranchs. 
(Bibliography: p. 24-27.) Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 1-27, pi. Doc. 
625 issutd Oct. 15, 1907. 7-35366 

Tower, Ralph. Winfred: The gas in the swim-bladder of fishes . . . Bulletin, 1903 
(1902), vol. XXI, p. 125-135. Doe. 498 issued May 23, 1902. F12-411 

AGE. 

Cockerell, Theodore Dru Alison: Observations on fish scales. Bulletin, 1912 
(1913), vol. XXXII, p. 117-174, illus., pi. XXXII-XL. Doc. 779 issued Oct. 25, 
1913. F13-198, 

Rich, WiUis H.: [Development of scales.] Bulletin, 1919-20 (192-), vol. XXXVII, 
p. 51-62. 

Taylor, Harden Franklin: The structure and growth of the scales of the squeteague 
and the pigfish as indicative of life history. (Bibliography: p. 325-330.) Bulle- 
tin, 1914 (1915), vol. XXXIV, p. 285-330, illus., pi. L-LIX. Doc. S23 issued 
Sept. 23, 1916. Fl 6-133 

SENSE ORGANS. 

Cole, Leon Jacob: [Special senses of the German carp.l Report, 1904 (1905), p. 
553-556. 

Herrick, Charles Judson: The organs and sense of taste in fishes. (Literature cited : 
p. 272.) Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 237-272, illus. Doc. 527 issued 
July 20, 1903. F12-86 



40 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Parker, George Howard: Hearing and allied senses in fishes. (List of references: 
p. 64.) Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 45-64, pi. 9. Doc. 514 issued Feb. 
26, 1903. F12-58 

- The function of the lateral-line organs in fishes. (List of references: p. 
204-207.) Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 133-207. Doc. 563 issued Feb. 
18, 1905. F12-7 

- Structure and functions of the ear of the squeteague. (Bibliography: p. 1222- 
1224.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1211-1224, pi. CXXII. Doc. 
715 issued May 5, 1910. 10-35606 

- Influence of the eyes, ears, and other allied sense organs on the movements of 
the dogfish, Mustelus canis (Mitchill). (List of references: p. 55-57.) Bulletin 
1909 (1911), vol. XXIX, p. 43-58. Doc. 738 issued Nov. 10, 1910. F20-1 



Effects of explosive sounds, such as those produced by motor boats and guns, 
upon fishes. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 9 p. Doc. 752 issued Oct. 
12, 1911. Fll-369 

Sound as a directing influence in the movement of fishes. Bulletin, 1910 
(1912), vol. XXX, p. 97-104. Doc. 755 issued Apr. 27, 1912. F12-78 

The directive influence of the sense of smell in the dogfish. (Bibliography: 



p. 68.) Bulletin, 1913 (1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 61-68. Doc. 798 issued Aug. 8, 

1914. F14-99 

Parker, George Howard, and Ralph. Edward Sheldon: The sense of smell in 

fishes. (Literature cited: p. 45-46.) Bulletin, 1912 (1914), vol. XXXII, p. 

33-46. Doc. 775 issued May 3, 1913. F13-71 

Ryder, John Adam: [Sense organs of the toad-fish and gurnard.] Report, 1888-89 

(1892), p. 516. 

METABOLISM. 
GROWTH. 

Bowers, Luther J.: [Growth of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 144. 

Brakeley, John H.: Rapid growth of carp due to abundance of food. Bulletin, 
1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 20. 

Chamberlain, Frederick M.: Some observations on salmon and trout in Alaska. 
(Growth: p. 34.) Report and special papers, 1906 (1908), 112 p. Doc. 627 issued 
Dec. 18, 1907. 7-35437 

Clark, A. Howard: [Growth of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 316-317. 

Cole, Leon Jacob: [Growth of the German carp.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 535. 

Crozier, William J., and Selig Hecht: Correlations of weight, length, and other 
body measurements in the weakfish, Cynoscion regalis. Bulletin, 1913 (1915), vol. 
XXXIII, p. 141-147, illus. Doc. 800 issued Sept. 17, 1914. F14-101 

Eigenmann, Carl H.: [Rate of growth of the young squeteague.] Bulletin, 1901 
(1902), vol. XXI, p. 47. 

England, National Fish-Culture Association: [Growth of salmon and white- 
fish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 314 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: Age at maturity of the Pacific coast salmon of the genus 
Oncorhynchus. Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 1-22, pi. I-XVII. Doc. 
767 issued Mar. 20, 1913. F13-70 

Greene, Charles Wilson: The storage of fat in the muscular tissue of the king 
salmon and its resorption during the fast of the spawning migration. Bulletin, 
1913 (1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 69-138, pi. Ill-XL Doc. 799 issued Sept. 10, 1914. 

F14-100 

The fat-absorbing function of the alimentary tract of the king salmon. Bulle- 
tin, 1913 (1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 149-175, pi. XII-XV. Doc. 802 issued Oct. 28, 
1914. F14-104 

Hessel, Rudolph: [Growth of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 457. 

[A large California salmon*] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 459. 

Miescher-Rusch, F.: Contribution to the biology of the Rhine salmon. Report, 
1880 (1883), p. 427-474. F16-292 

Nicklas, Carl: [Necessary proportion of nutritive matter in the artificial feeding of 
carp.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 1009-1031. F16-324 

Page, William F.: Feeding and rearing fishes, particularly trout, under domes- 
tication. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 289-314. Doc. 294 issued May 22, 
1895. 12-17377 

Pancritius, P.: On the food and digestion of German fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887) 
vol. VI, p. 145-148. F18-561 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 41 

Rich, Willis H.: [Rate of growth of chinook salmon.] Bulletin, 1919-20 (19 ) 

vol. XXXVII, p. 45-^1. 
Seagle, George A.: [Size and growth of the rainbow trout.] Report, 1897 (1898), 

p. 72-73; also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 62-63. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Growth of the cod.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 194; also 

in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 196. 



:fc 



Wergeland, N.: [Growth of trout.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 554. 

VITALITY. 

Blackford, E. GK: [Resuscitation of carp.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 72. 
Duke, B. T. W.: A four-pound carp lives eight hours out of water by being packed 

in wet moss. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 16. F18-207 

[Vitality of carp deprived of water.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 305. 

Heath, Neil: Effect of cold on fishes. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 369-371. 

F13-116 

Jones, C. E.: [Vitality of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 402. 
Peirce, Milton P.: Resuscitation of apparently dead carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 183. F18-275 

[Besuscitating fish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 65-67. 
Scudder, Charles W.: Vitality of German carp and restoration of some apparently 

dead. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 179-180. F18-271 

Smiley, Charles W.: Remarkable resuscitation of frozen carp. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 183-184. F13-94 

Wigg, George: On the insensibility of German carp to freezing. Bulletin, 1881 

(1882), vol. I, p. 402. 

WEIGHT. 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert: [Large halibut and pompano.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884) 

vol. IV, p. 315. 

Crooker, L. B.: [A large bass.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 365. 
Evermann, Barton Warren, and Edmund Lee Goldsborough: [Lengths and 

weights of black salmon, dog salmon, king salmon, coho salmon, and red salmon.] 

Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 233-238, 242, 246, 249, and 258. 
Kendall, William Converse: Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. (Weight of 

salmon: p. 30.) Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 96 p. Doc. 783 issued 

Jan. 28, 1914. F14-1 

Kidder, Jerome Henry: [Loss of weight in fishes after capture.] Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 70. 

[Large herring.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 311. 
[Large salmon.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 339. 

Lord, W. Scott: [Weight of 51 salmon.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 274. 
StilweU, E. M.: [On the weight of brook trout (Salmo fontinalis.)} Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 311. 
Stone, Livingston: Weights of salmon taken at McCloud River station in 1880. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 178-179. F18-270 

Sumner, Francis Bertody: [Changes of weight resulting from water density.] 

Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 70-84. 

POISONOUS FISHES. 

Macgowan, D. J.: [Poisonous fish in China.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

130-131. 
Swan, James G.: [Fatal injury inflicted by a starfish.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 

VII, p. 33-48. 
Tybring, O.: Poisonous fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 148-151. F18-562 

REGENERATION. 

Byder, John Adam: Note on the regeneration of the scales of the German carp. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 345-346. F13-113 

OXYGEN REQUIREMENTS. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Deficient oxygen supply.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 379-380. 



42 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Birge, E. A.: Gases dissolved in the waters of Wisconsin Lakes. (With discussion 
by J. J. Stranahan and Oscar F. Nordqvist.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, 
p. 1273-1294, diagrs. Doc. 718 issued m May 5, 1910. 11-5437 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: Notes on the dissolved content of water in its effect upon 
fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 891-906. Doc. 688 issued April, 
1910. 10-35560 

Pearse, A. S., and Henrietta Achtenberg: [Oxygen requirements of fish.] 
Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 320-326, tables 23-24. 

Simms, George E.: [Adequate supply of oxygen necessary in fish culture.] Bul- 
letin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1018-1019. 

Zacharias, Otto: Some of the life needs of fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 445-447. F18-629 

VARIATION. 

[Albino fish.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 1, p. 219. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: A hybrid between the lake trout and the brook trout. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 216. F18-673 

Knauthe, Karl: Two fertile cyprinoid hybrids. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 

p. 29-30. Doc. 234 issued _ Mar. 24, 1894. F12-180 

Krause, K. E. H.: A hybrid plaice Platessa vulgaris, with Rhombus maximus. 

Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 341-342. F12-368 

Ryder. John Adam: [Notice of an extraordinary hybrid between the shad and 

striped bass.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 187. 

RELATIONS. 
ENEMIES. 

Annin, James: Poachers or destructive visitors of fish ponds. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 85-86. F18-232 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Salamander (Menobranchus) eats eggs of whitefish.] Report, 

1886 (1889), p. 64. 
Beardsley, Arthur Eugene: The destruction of trout fry by hydra. Bulletin, 

1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 155-160. Doc. 518 issued Mar. 30. 1903. F12-62 

Benecke, Berthold: The enemies of pond culture in central Europe. Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 337-342. F18-606 

Carpenter, Charles: What muskrats sometimes eat. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 295. F18-318 

Chamberlain, F. M.: Some observations on salmon and trout in Alaska. (Enemies: 

p. 107-109.) Report and special papers, 1906 (1908). Doc. 627 issued Dec. 18, 

1907. 7-35437 

Cole, Leon J.: [Enemies of carp.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 579-584. 
Collins, Joseph William: [Destruction of fish by sea lions.] Report, 1888 (1892), 

p. 125. 
Dimmock, George: Belostomidse and some other fish-destroying bugs. (Literature: 

p. 359.) Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 353-359, illus. F18-611 

Eben-Bauditten: [Enemies of carp.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 668-669. 
Elliott, Henry W.: The destruction of carp by the muskrat (Fiber zibethicus.) 

Methods of trapping the rodent. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 296-297. 

F18-319 
Friedlaender, Oscar O.: [Sharks, enemy of fish.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 48. 
Gardner, A. P.: [Belostoma (Belostoma americanum).] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 456. 
Goode, G. Brown: [The lamprey (Petromyzontidae) a parasite.] Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 349-354. 

[Enemies of the mackerel.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 117-119. 

Haack, Hermann: Trapping kingfishers, rodents, and other enemies of trout. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 375-376. F18-336 

Hessel, Rudolph: Snakes destructive to carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

294-295. F18-317 
[Marsh hens and night herons catch carp.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 308. 

[A method of destroying noxious fishes.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 311. 

[To destroy muskrats. 1 Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 470. 

Holmes, John F., and Collins, Joseph William: [Herring and mackerel eaten by 

squid.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 88-89. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 43 

Kendall, William Converse: [Enemies of the trout.] Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), 

vol. XXXV, p. 562-563. 
La Valette Saint George, Adolf Johann Hubert: The enemies of fish. Report, 

1878 (1880), p. 509-516. F16-164 

Martin, S. J.: [Destructiveness of squid.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 62. 
Merriam, C. Hart: The muskrat as a fish eater. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

297-298. F13-108 

Milner, James W.: [Enemies of the whitefish.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 62-63. 
Moore, Henry Frank: [Enemies of the herring]. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 403-405. 
Moseley, H. N.: The fish-eating utricularia, or bladder- wort. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 261, pi. II. F18-305 

Murray, C. H.: Young trout destroyed by mosquitoes. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 243. F18-417 
Nye, Willard: Do snakes catch and eat fish? Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 196. 

F1S-124 
Pearse, A. S., and Henrietta Achtenberg: [Enemies of yellow perch.] Bulletin, 

1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 332-333. 
Quarles, J. P.: [Water-bugs supposed to injure carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 403. 

Bedding, Joseph D.: [Sea-lion investigation.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 346. 
Cause of the decrease of salmon in the Sacramento River. Bulletin, 1887 

(1889), vol. VII, p. 57-58. F18-649 

Riley, Charles Valentine: Water-beetles destroying carp. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 311. F18-457 

Simms, G. E.: A fish-eating plant. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 257-259. 

F18-303 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The destruction of salmon by seals.] Bulletin, 1897 

(1898), vol. XVII, p. 120. 

Snakes catching fish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 239. F18-296 

Sturr, Charles H.: [How to construct muskrat traps.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 342. 
Surface, H. A.: The lampreys of central New York. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 

XVII, p. 209-215, illus., pi. 10-11. Doc. 372 issued Aug. 5, 1898. F12-110 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Destruction of newly hatched salmon by larvae of 

caddis and black fly.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 58-60. 
Walker, Ernest: [Destructiveness of hair seals in the salmon fishery: p. 47-51.] 

In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1915, by Bower and Aller. Appendix 

III, Report, 1915 (1917), 140 p. Doc. 834 issued Jan. 6, 1917. F12-388 

Warner, J. S.: Catching fish in a creek in Tennessee by a water snake. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 220. F18-290 

Wright, J. W. A.: [Do tadpoles eat carp eggs?] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

458-459. 

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS. 

Bettoni, Eugenic and Vinciguerra: [Environmental factors in fish culture.] 

Report, 1886 (1889), p. 539-601. 
Hamlin, A. C.: [Environmental effects] on the salmon of Maine. Report, 1872-73 

(1874), p. 338-356. F15-103 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: Notes on the dissolved content of water in its effect upon 

fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 891-906. Doc. 688 issued April, 

1910. 10-35560 

Page, William F.: Effect of sunlight upon shad eggs. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 308. F18-453 

TEMPERATURE. 

Bettoni, Eugenio and Vincignerra: [Temperature of the water favorable to hatch- 
ing.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 541-542. 

Bumpus, Hermon Gary: The reappearance of the tilefish. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, . 321-333. Doc. 416 issued Oct. 30, 1899. F12-32 

Gary, H. H.: Period of incubation of the eggs of German carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 447. F18-179 

Day, Francis: The effects of an elevated temperature on fishes. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 142-144. F18-391 



44 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Heath, Neil: Effect of cold on fishes. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 369-371. 

F13-116 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and Frederic P. Gorham: [Relation of gas disease in fish 
to temperature and pressure.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 343-376. 

Meyer, Hemrich Adolf: [Influence of temperature on the development of eggs of 
the spring herring.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 629-634. 

Milner, James W.: [Relation of the temperature to the propagation of the shad.] 
Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 428-430. 

[Environmental effect in the transportation of shad for long distances. ] Report, 

1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 363-370. 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Effect of temperature upon the spawning of the herring.] 
Report, 1896 (1898), p. 409-411. 

Bice, Henry J.: Experiments upon retarding the development of the eggs of the 
shad, made in 1879 at the United States shad -hatching station at Havre de Grace, 
Md. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 787-794. F16-341 

Ryder, John Adam: On the retardation of the development of the ova of the shad 
(Alosa sapidissima) , with observations of the egg fungus and bacteria. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 177-190. F12-319 

Additional observation on the retardation of the development of the ova of 
the shad. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 422-424. F12-340 

On the retardation of the development of the ova in the shad (Alosa sapidis- 
sima), with observations on the egg fungus and bacteria. Report, 1881 (1884), 
p. 795-811. F16-342 

Wigg, George: On the insensibility of German carp to freezing. Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 402. 

Worth, Stephen G.: Observations on the spawning habits of the shad. Bulletin, 
1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 201-206. Doc. 209 issued Mar. 11, 1893. F12-127 

DENSITY AND SALINITY. 

Chamberlain, Frederick M.: Some observations on salmon and trout in Alaska. 

(Effect of change from fresh to salt water: p. 42-43.) Report and special papers, 

1906 (1908). Doc. 627 issued Dec. 18, 1907. 7-35437 

Coutance, H. A.: Biological action of the salts contained in sea water from the point 

of view of the maintenance of marine animals. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 749-754. 

F16-337 
Hensen, Victor: [Influence of salinity on the occurrence and quantity of the eggs 

of some of the fish of the Baltic.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 427-454. 
Karsten, Gustav: [The specific gravity of the Baltic Sea and the German Ocean.] 

Report, 1878 (1880), p. 284-286. 
Ravenel, William de Chastignier: [Table of temperature and densities at the St. 

Jerome station, Havre de Grace, Md., for the year 1886.] Report, 1886 (1889), 

p. 768-777. 
Scott, George G.: Effects of changes in the density of water upon the blood of 

fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1143-1150. Doc. 712 issued 

Apr. 21, 1910. 10-35557 

Sumner, Francis Bertody: The physiological effects upon fishes of changes in 

density and salinity of water. (List of works referred to: p. 107-108.) Bulletin, 

1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 53-108. Doc. 596 issued May 22, 1906. Fll-67 

HABITS AND BEHAVIOR. 
MISCELLANEOUS . 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Habits of alewives.] Bulletin. 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 86-87. 
Cole, Leon J.: [Habits and special senses of the carps.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 

550-579. 
Gill, Theodore Nicholas: A plea for observation of the habits of fishes and against 

undue generalization. (With discussion by E. E. Prince, Hugh M. Smith, and 

Tarleton H. Bean.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1059-1069. Doc. 

708 issued April, 1910. 10-35436 

Goode, G. Brown: [Pugnacity of the swordfish.J Report, 1880 (1883), p. 331-342. 
Hamilton, W. B.: Croaking of the perch. Bulletin, 1887 (1889). vol. VII, p. 63. 

F18-651 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 45 

Hildebrand, Samuel Frederick: Fishes in relation to mosquito control in ponds. 
Appendix IX, Report, 1918 (1920), 15 p., illus., VI pi. Doc. 874 issued Sept. 23, 
1919. F19-38 

Holder, Charles Frederick: A method of studying the life history of fishes. Bulle- 
tin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1137-1141.' Doc. 711 issued April, 1910. 

10-35553 

Johnson, George A.: [Biting habits of the black cross-toothed fish (Chiasmodus 
niger).] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 96. 

Kendall, William Converse: [Schooling of fishes.] Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. 
XXVII, p. 281-282. 

Nye, Willard: [Flying fish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 189-190. 

Oesterbol, A.: Fish and Medusae. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 331-332. 

F18-469 

Pearse, Arthur Sperry: Habits of the black crappie in inland lakes of Wisconsin. 
(Bibliography: p. 15-16 ) Appendix III, Report, 1918 (1920), 16 p., illus. 
Doc. 867 issued June 24, 1919. F19-29 

Pearse. A. S., and Henrietta Achtenberg: Habits of yellow perch in Wisconsin 
lakes (Bibliography: p. 363-366.) Bulletin, 1917-1918 (1921), vol. XXXVI, 
p. 293-366, illus., pi. LXXXIII. Doc. 885 issued Aug. 4, 1920. F20-158 

Phillips, Barnet: [Jumping of Spanish mackerel (Cybium maculatum) .] Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 74. 

Butter, Cloudsley: [Two hermaphrodite salmon.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. 
XXII, p. 132. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Habits of the Gourami.] Report, 1880 (1883), 
p. XXXV-XXXVI. 

BREEDING HABITS. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Ten questions concerning the habits and breeding of land- 
locked salmon, with replies. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 383-384. 

F18-341 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [General notes on habits of the eel.] Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 74-75. 

Bean, Barton A.: [Notes on Williamson's whitefish in breeding colors.] Bulletin, 
1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 205, pi. 21. 

Benecke: [Breeding habits of the brook lamprey, P. planeri.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
vol. II, p. 351-352. 

Boake, Bancroft: [Gestation in Ceylon fishes.] Quoted by Evermann and Golds- 
borough. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 142-143. 

Brice, J. J.: [Breeding habits of the salmon.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 389-390. 

Buch, Sophus Andreas: Spawning of spring hemng near Norway. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 297-300. F18-447 

Day, Francis: [Breeding habits of fishes of India.] Report, 1883 (1884), p. 389-392. 

[Curious breeding habits of the Arms.] Quoted by Evermann and Golds- 
borough. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 145. 

[Breeding habits of the brown trout.] Quoted by Kendall in Fishes and fishing 



in Sunapee Lake, p. 46. Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 96 p. Doc. 783 

issued Jan. 28, 1914. F14-1 

Edwards, Vinal N.: [Ripe sculpins in Vineyard sound.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 314-315. 
Eigenmann, Carl H.: On the viviparous fishes of the Pacific coast of North America. 

(Bibliography: p. 468-471. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 381-478, pi. 

XCII-CXVIII. Doc. 231 issued June 26, 1894. F12-159 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Edmund Lee G-oldsborough: [Girardinichthys 

innominatus, a viviparous fish.] Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 149. 
Finsch, Otto: [Spawning habits of the goldorfe.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882\ vol. I, p. 

224. 
Gilchrist, F. C.: [Spawning habits of the tullebe.] Quoted by Evermann. Report, 

1894 (1896), p. 321. 
Gudger, Eugene Willis: The habits and life history of the toadfish (Opsanus tau). 

(Literature cited: p. 1107-1109.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1073- 

1109, illus. , pi. CVII-CXIII. Doc. 709 issued Apr. 30, 1910. 10-35604 
Gunther, Albert: [Breeding habits of the eel.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 76-77. 
[Universal modes of gestation.] Quoted by Evermann and Goldsborough. 

Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 142-145. 
Habersham, William Ney A.: Notes on the use of the male salmon hook and the 

run of 1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 52. F18-215 



46 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Holder, Charles Frederick: [Breeding habits of the kelpfish.] Bulletin, 1908 (1910) 

vol. XXVIII, p. 1140-1141. 
Kendall, William Converse: [Breeding habits of the silversides.] Report, 1901 

(1902), p. 245-247. 
[Breeding habits of some of the commercial catfishes.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 

vol. XXII, p. 406-408. 
American catfishes. . . . [Breeding habits: p. 16-19.] Report and special 

papers, 1908 (1910), 39 p. Doc. 733 issued Aug. 23, 1910. ' 10-35547 

Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. [Habits of the chinook salmon, p. 26-27 ; 



American saibling, p. 62-65; smelt, p. 72-79.] Report and special papers, 1912 
(1914), 96 p. Doc. 783 issued Jan. 28, 1914. F14-1 

Kendall, W. C., and E. L. Goldsborough: Fishes of the Connecticut lakes. . . . 
[Breeding habits of the chub, p. 27-28; Redfin, p. 31; Eel, p. 37.] Report and 
special papers, 1907 (1909), 77 p. Doc. 633 issued July 6, 1908. 8-35558 

Kirtland, Frederick, and W. B. Tully: [Do shad spawn in salt or brackish water?] 
Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 455-456. 

Kuntz, Albert: Notes on the habits, morphology of the reproductive organs, and 
embryology of the viviparous fish, Gambusia affinis. Bulletin, 1913 (1915), vol. 
XXXIII, p. 177-190, pi. XVI-XIX. Doc. 806 issued Oct. 28, 1914. F14-106 

Lydell, D wight: The habits and culture of the black bass. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 
vol. XXII, p. 39-44, pi. 8. Doc. 513 issued Feb. 26, 1903. F12-57 

Milner, James W.: [Habits of brook trout during the breeding season.] Report, 

1872-73 (1874), p. 52-55. 
[Spawning habits of the whitefish.] Report, 1872-3 (1874), p. 48-55. 

[Mode of life, habits, and propagation of the black bass and catfish.] Bulletin, 1886 
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F12-59 

Ryder, John Adam: Notes on the development, spinning habits, and structure 
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' COLOR. 

Earll, B. Edward: [Variation in color of cod.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 709-710. 

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Mast, Samuel Ottmar: Changes in shade, color, and pattern in fishes, and their 
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Chamberlain, Frederick M.: Some observations on salmon and trout in Alaska. 
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Notes on the movements, habits, and capture of mackerel for the season of 

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Dambeck, Carl: [Temperature, saltness, amount of food, and currents, factors in 
geographical distribution of theGadidae.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 531-557. 

Day, Francis: [Migration of spawning fish of India.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 389. 

[Drumnsh in Bush river.] Bulletin. 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 338. 

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Foster, N. W.: [Halibut in fresh water.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 90-91. 

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Loeb, Jacques: On the influence of light on the periodical depth-migrations of pel- 
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ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 49 

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Malmgren, A. J.: The migrations of the salmon (Salmo salar L.) in the Baltic. 
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Rich, Willis H.: Marked Pacific salmon. Announcement regarding fish expected 
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MARKING FISH. 

Atkins, Charles G.: [Marking salmon for future identification.] Report, 1873-1875 

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[Marking salmon.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 751-752. 



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Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1907. 
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special papers, 1909 (1911). Doc. 730 issued Mar. 20, 1912. 7-35263 

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PREDACIOUS BEHAVIOR. 

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Collins, J. W.: Note on the destruction of mackerel by dogfish. Bulletin, 1884 

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Dunn, Horace D.: Salmon not injured by catfish. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, 

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Earle, B. Edward: [Dogfish, halibut, and pollock destroy cod.] Report, 1878 

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Fisher, F. B.: [Predacious fish in Florida.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 251. 
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Collins, Joseph William: Appearance of dogfish (Squalus acanihias) on the New 

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PETROMYZONTID.E. 

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Cobb, John Nathan: The sturgeon fishery of Delaware River and bay. Report, 

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ALBULID.E. 

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ANARHICHADID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The wolf fishes or sea catfishes Anarhichadidse.] In 
The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, 
248-250. 

ANGUILLID^. 

Brocchi, P.: [Eels.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 136. 

Eels in tanks and ponds. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 91-92. F18-545 

Goode, George Brown: [The eel Anguilla vulgaris.] In The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 630-658. 
Notes on the life history of the eel, chiefly derived from a study of recent 

European authorities. (A list of the most important papers concerning the eel 

and its reproduction: p. 112-124.) Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 71-124, illue. 

F12-335 

Hermes, Otto: [The propagation of the eel.] Report, 1879 (1882), p. 457-462, illus. 

F17-2 
On the mature sexual organs of the conger eel (Conger vulgaris}, with some 

observations on the male of the common eel (Anguilla vulgaris Flemming). 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 126-130. F12-316 

The migration of eels. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1123-1126. Fl 7-139 

Hinkelmann, Herr: The mode of life of eels. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

389-390. F18-345 

Jacoby, Leopold: The eel question. Report 1879 (1882), p. 463-483. F17-3 

Jordan, David Starr, and Bradley M. Davis: A preliminary review of the apodal 

fishes or eels inhabiting the waters of America and Europe. Report, 1888-89 (1892), 

p. 581-677. Doc. 184 issued June 30, 1892. F12-226 

Lundberg, Rudolph: Eel fishing with so-called "hommor" (a species of fishpot) 

on the Baltic coast of Sweden and in the Sound. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 415-430, 

pi., illus. F17-33 

Meek, Seth Eugene: A note on the Atlantic species of the genus Anguilla. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. III. p. 430, incl. table. F18-163 

- A note on the Cuban eel. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. l\l. F13-87 

Norny, E. R: Artificial propagation of rockfish and eels. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 315. F18-461 



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Nye, Willard: Eels (Anguilla rostrata) in New Bedford water pipes. Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 272. F18-102 

Pavesi, Pietro: Observations on male eels. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 222- 



Ryder, John Adam: Note on the male organs of the eel. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 1-3. F18-364 

Sawyer, J. N.: The breeding habits of the eel. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

218-219. F18-581 

SyrsM: Lecture on the organs of reproduction and the fecundation of fishes and 

especially of eels. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. [719J-734, illus. 

F16-34 
Thompson, Edward H: Notes on the breeding of eels. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 208. F18-283 

ANTENNARIID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The devil fishes Antennariidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 173. 

ATHERINID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The sand smelts or silversides Atherinidae.] In The 
fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I. pt. Ill, p. 456- 
457. 

Kendall, William Converse: Notes on the silversides of the genus Menidia of the 
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Ryder, John Adam: On the thread-bearing eggs of the silversides (Menidia). Bul- 
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Goode, George Brown: [The file-fish family Balistidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 171-172. 

Luce, Thomas R.: Occurrence of Batistes capriscus Gmelin (leather-jacket or file-fish) 
at New Bedford, Mass. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 469. F18-193 

Van Mater, J. H.: Occurrence of Balistes vetula on the New Jersey coast. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 13. F18-203 



BATRACHOIDID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The toad-fish Batrachus tau.] In The fisheries and fish- 
ery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 251-253. 

Gudger, Eugene Willis: Habits and life history of the toad-fish (Opsanus tau). 
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1109, pi. CVII-CXIII. Doc. 709 issued Apr. 30, 1910. 10-35604 



BELONID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The silver garfishes Belonidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 458-459. 



BERYCIDyE. 

Goode, George Brown: [The Beryx family Berycidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 361. 

BLENNmXE. 

Goode, George Brown: [The blenny family Blenniidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 250-251. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Description of a new species of blenny from Japan. 
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F12-270 

BRAMID^J. 

Goode, George Brown: [The hen-fish family Bramidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 335. 



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BRANCHIOSTOMIIXE. 



Goode, George Brown: [The lancelets Branchiostomidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 682. 



BROTULID.*:. 



Goode, George Brown: [The red cusk family Brotulidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 244. 

CARANGID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: The carangoid fishes of the United States pompanos, 
crevalles amber-fish, etc. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 30-43. F12-332 

[The silver moon-fishes.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 

States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 322-323. 

[The cavally, the scad, and the jurels.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 323-326. 

[The pompanos Trachynotus carolinus.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 326-331. 

[The pilot-fish Naucrates ductor.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 330-331. 

- [The amber-fishes and the leather-jackets.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 331-332. 

CATOSTOMHXE. 



Dresser, Henry: Notes on the natural history of the buffalo. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 436. F18-167 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Description of a new sucker, Pantosteus jordani, from 

the upper Missouri basin. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 51-56, illus. Doc. 

207 issued Jan. 27, 1893. F12-125 

Jordan, David Starr: [The sucker family Catostomidse.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 614-615. 
Mosher, A. A.: Propagating buffalo fish. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 190. 

F18-403 

CENTRARCHID^E. 

Arnold, Isaac: Successful propagation of black bass. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 

p. 113-115. F18-85 

Bartlett , Sylvester P. : The cultivation of crappies in ponds. Bulletin, 1883 (1883) , 

vol. Ill, p. 362. F18-146 

Bellman, Charles Harvy: A review of the Centrarchidae or fresh- water eunfishes 

of North America. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 557-579, pi. LXVIII-LXXII. Doc. 

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Borne, Max von dem.: The American black bass. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. Ill, 

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Spawning in Germany of the large-mouthed black bass sent from the United 

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Report on black bass sent from America to Germany in 1883. Bulletin, 1884 



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Clagett, J. C.: [A large bass from the Potomac River.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 470. 
Duclos, Gilbert: American silver perch, or calico bass. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 

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Goode, George Brown: [The black bass family Centrarchidse.] In The fisheries 

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XIII, p. 229-236. Doc. 259 issued 1894. F12-183 



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Sharp, John: The large-mouthed black bass in Utah. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 
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Smiley, Charles Wesley: Removal of bass from Indiana to North Carolina by the 
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Smith, Hugh McCormick: The common names of the basses and sunfishes. (Bib- 
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CHIMJSRID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The Chimaera family Chimaeridse.] In the fisheries and 
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CHIRHXE. 

Jordan, David Starr: [The rock trouts Chiridee.] In The fisheries and fishery 
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CICHLIDJE. 

Goode, George Brown: [The demoiselle and the cichlid families.] In The fish- 
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Babbitt, John O.: The injurious effect of menhaden steamers upon the food fisheries. 

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Babcock, William C.: Report of shad operations conducted at Fort Washington, 

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Barker, E. L.: The incipiency of the menhaden oil business. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

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Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Movements of young alewives (?) (Pomolobus sp.) in 

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Blackford, Eugene Gilbert: Catch of shad in the Hudson River for 1885. Bulletin 

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Boeck, Axel., i. e., Jonas Axel and A. Fedderson: The Norwegian herring fish- 
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Buch, Sophus Andreas: Spawning of spring herring near Norway. Bulletin, 1885 

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Carr, T. F. Robertson: Notes on the Scotch herring fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 

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Gary, H. H.: The Saint John's River as a shad stream. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

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Chalker, Robert B.: Catch of shad in Connecticut for 1885, 1886, and 1887. Bulletin, 

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Chapman, Pearson: Habits of the shad and herring as they appear in the Potomac 

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Church, Daniel T. : Why the size of mesh in menhaden seins should not be restricted. 

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Clark, Frank Nelson: Report of experiments for determining the smallest 

amount of water in which young shad and eggs can be kept. Report, 1881 (1884), 

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Notes on experiments in penning shad and taking eggs at Battery station, 

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Collins, Joseph William: Shad taken in mackerel gill-nets. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 95. F18-79 



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Collins, Joseph William: Notes on the herring fishery of Massachusetts Bay in the 
autumn of 1882. Bulletin, 1882 (1883) , vol. II, p. 287-290. F12-264 

Crittenden, A. B.: Catching alewives with hooks baited with eels. Bulletin, 1884 
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Daniell, William C.: Letters referring to the experiments of W. C. Daniell, M. D., 

in introducing shad into the Alabama River. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), 

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De Blois, E. T.: The origin of the menhaden industry. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 

vol. I, p. 46-51. F12-333 

Dempsey, W.: Shad in the St. John's River, Florida. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 96. F18-547 

Earll, B. Edward and Hugh M. Smith: The American sardine industry in 1886. 
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Eckardt, B.: The experiments in propagating maifische (Alosa vulgaris) in 1876 
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Evermann, Barton Warren: Description of a new species of shad (Alosa alabamse) 
from Alabama. Report, 1895 (1896), p. 203-205. Doc. 335 issued Dec. 28, 1896. 

Fll-198 

Description of a new species of shad (Alosa ohiensis), with notes on other food 

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Ewart, James Cossar: On the natural and artificial fertilization of sea herring eggs. 
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Ferguson, Thomas B.: Extracts from a report of investigations of the shad fisheries 
and rivers south of Charleston, S. C., with a view to establishing stations for 
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Finely, Charles I.: Shad in Oregon waters A new salmon hatchery. Bulletin, 
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Finn, W.: The Iceland herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1880), p. 493-496. F17-5 

Can herring live and increase ifl enclosed waters? Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 333-335. F18-325 

Fishing for shad in South American waters. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 138. 

F18-92 

Friedlaender, Oscar O.: Notes on the menhaden industry. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
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Notes on the menhaden fishery. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 459-461. 

F18-186 

Notes on the menhaden fishing of 1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 47-48. 

Fl 1-211 

Gifford, George: The disappearance of sardines from the Vendean coast, and its 
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Goode, George Brown: The natural and economical history of the American men- 
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by W. O. Atwater: p. 194-266.) Report, 1877 (1879), 529 p. F12-236 

[The herring family Clupea harangus.} In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 549-568. 

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Greer, Bob Leon: The menhaden industry of the Atlantic coast. Appendix III, 

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The menhaden industry of the Atlantic coast. (Selected bibliography of 

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Grimth, William: Results of planting shad in the Ohio River. Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 12. F18-62 

Hall, Ansley: The herring industry of the Passamaquoddy region, Maine. Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 443-487 incl. tables. Doc. 360 issued 1897. f Fll-183 

Hamlen, William: Reconnaissance of Florida rivers with a view to shad hatching. 

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Harding, Charles William: Inquiries concerning the propagation of American 
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Harrell, J. Dock: Trapping gaspereau in Tangipahoa River. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 448. FlS^ei 

Harris, Gwynn: Report upon the shad and herring fisheries of the Potomac River 
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Hawkins, J. W.: An opinion regarding the influence upon the coast fisheries of the 
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F18-52 

Hildebrand, Samuel Frederick: Two species of menhaden occurring on the coast 
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Homergue, Louis C. d': Reasons for restricting the use of steamers and seines in 
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Huske, C. J.: Shad fishing on the Edisto River. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 165. F18-260 

Report on the shad work in South Carolina in 1883. Transportation of shad 

eggs on trays. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 161-164. F13-91 

Jann, P. F.: Catch of shad in the Delaware River for 1885 and 1886. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 301-302. F18-599 

Jensen, Olaf Scheveland: Report on the practical and scientific investigations of 
the spring herring fisheries during the year 1880, submitted to the Department of 
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Jordan, David Starr: [The herrings of the Pacific coast Clupea mirabilis.] Quoted 
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Kemp, N. H., and others: The sardine canning industry of Eastport, Maine. (A 
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Laighton, Cedric: The capture of shad at Isles of Shoals, New Hampshire. Bulle- 
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Lanman, Charles: The shad and gaspereau or alewife of New Brunswick and Nova 
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Lennurt, J. T.: Catch of spawning shad in the Potomac, above Georgetown. 
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Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: Preliminary report for 1873-74 on the herring and the 
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The salt-water fisheries of Bohuslan and the scientific investigations of the salt- 
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The great Bohuslan herring-fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 221-239. 

F16-158 

The propagation and growth of the herring and small-herring, with special 

regard to the coast of Bohuslan. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 639-659. F16-172 

Contribution towards solving the question of the secular periodicity of the 

great herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 497-503. F17-6 

Contributions towards a more correct knowledge of the herring's mode of life. 

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What should be done by the government with regard to the great Bohuslan 

herring fisheries. A memorial addressed to the Council of state and the head of 
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F16-291 

The great herring fisheries considered from an economical point of view. 

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Special results of the investigations relating to herring and herring fisheries on 

the west coast of Sweden made during the years 1873-1883. Report, 1883 (1885), 
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McDonald, Marshall: [The shad and the alewives.] In The fisheries and fishery 
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Effect of waste products from Page's ammoniacal works upon young shad fry. 

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Mather, Fred: The shad fisheries of the Hudson. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 
177-180. F18-398 



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Meyer, Heinrich Adolf: Biological observations made during the artificial raising 
of herrings in the western Baltic. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 629-638. F16-189 

Milner, James W.: Report on the propagation of the shad (Alosa sapidissima} and 
its introduction into new waters by the U. S. fish commission in 1873. Report, 
1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 419-151. F15-111 

Summary of fishing records, for shad and alewives kept at Willow Branch fish- 
ery, North Carolina, from 1835 to 1874. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 396-400 
incl. tables. F12-338 

Moore, Henry Frank: Observations on the herring and herring fisheries of the north- 
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Mordecai, E. R.: Food of the shad of the Atlantic coast of the United States (Alosa 
praestabilis DeKay) ; and the functions of the pyloric coeca. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
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New contributions to the herring question. The dispute between Axel Boeck and 
Ossian Sars regarding the Norwegian summer-herring. Sars' recent observations 
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Osborn, John H.: Shad fishing on the Saint John's River. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
vol. II, p. 132. F18-89 

Page, William F.: Effect of sunlight upon shad eggs. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 
Y, p. 308. F18-453 

Polk, William R.: Experience of a menhaden oil manufacturer in Northumberland 
County, Va. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 455. F18-183 

Rice, Henry J.: Experiments upon retarding the development of eggs of the shad, 
made in 1879, at the United States shad-hatching station at Havre de Grace, Md. 
Report, 1881 (1884), p. 787-794. illus. F16-341 

Ryder, John Adam: The Protozoa and Protophytes considered as the primary or 
indirect source of the food of fishes. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol.'I, p. 236-251. 

F12-336 

Additional observation on the retardation of the development of the ova of the 

shad. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 422-424. F12-340 

Observations on the absorption of the yelk, the food, feeding, and development 



of embryo fishes, comprising some investigations conducted at the Central hatchery 
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p. 179-205. illus. F12-357 

The Protozoa and Protophytes considered as the primary or indirect source 

of the food of fishes. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 755-770. F16-338 

On the retardation of the development of the ova in the shad (Alosa sapidissima) 

with observations on the egg fungus and bacteria. (Second series of experiments 
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811. F16-342 

The Sardine fisheries. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 163-165. F17-298 

The Scotch herring fisheries. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 117-118; 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 472. F18-87 

Smith, Everett: Results of planting shad in the Kennebeck River. Bulletin, 1887 
(1889), vol. VII, p. 16. F18-637 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: The French sardine industry. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), 
vol. XXI. 26 p. Doc. 473 issued Sept. 26, 1901. F12-266 

Swan, James G.: Shad in Puget Sound. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 152. 

F20-143 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Letters referring to the presence of shad in the rivers 
tributary to the Gulf of Mexico. [From John T. Knight, Isaac Pollard, George 
Lawrence, Will E. Turner, Holmes A. Pattison.] Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), 
p. 391-395. F16-64 

The propagation and distribution of the shad. A. Operations in the distri- 
bution of shad in 1874, by J. W. Milner. B. Report on shad hatching in New 
Jersey, by G. A. Anderson. C. Voyage to Bremerhaven, Germany, with shad, 
by F. Mather. D. Living shad on their way to Weser. E. Shad hatching and 
distribution operations of 1875. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 323-349. 

F16-18 

On the transportation of shad for long distances. A. Experiments with a 

view to transporting shad in sea- water, by James W. Milner. B. Experiments 
with a view to transporting shad a few months old, by Charles D. Griswold. 
C. Apparatus for hatching shad-ova while en route to new waters, by Fred Mather. 
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Vail, David F.: Why the catching of menhaden with seines, etc., should be re- 
stricted. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 469. F18-194 



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Wharton, Joseph: Why menhaden seining should not be prohibited within two 
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Widegren, Hjalmar: On the herring, and its preparation as an article of trade. 
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Wilcox, William A.: Notes on the frozen-herring trade with Newfoundland and the 
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H.: Shad fisheries of the Susquehanna River fifty-six years ago. Bulletin, 
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Wood, William Maxwell: Report of an examination of the shad fisheries in George- 
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Report of a trip made by the Fi-sh Hawk to the lower part of Chesapeake Bay, 

to ascertain the character of the fisheries for shad, herring, etc., in the spring of 
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Report of a trip by steamer Fish Hawk to the Saint Mary's and Saint John's 

rivers to hatch shad. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 241-242. FlS-297 

Reconnaissance of the shad fisheries of Winyaw Bay and its tributaries by the 



WillFs, 



steamer Fish Hawk. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 242-243. F18-298 

Worth, Stephen G.: Shad hatching and carp culture. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 26-27. F18-71 
A poor season for shad hatching in North Carolina. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

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vol. XI, p. 201-206. Doc. 209 issued Mar. 11, 1893. F12-127 

Possible expansion of shad-hatchery work. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, 

part II, p. 789-793. Doc. 678 issued April, 1910. 10-35420 

Wright, Harrison: On the early shad fisheries of the north branch of the Susque- 
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Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Wilkesbarre, Pa.: Report of a 
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Yarrow, Harry Crecy: Report of a reconnaissance of the shad rivers south of the 
Potomac. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 396-402. F15-109 

Notes on the natural history of the shad as observed at Beaufort, North Caro- 
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CORYPILENID^E . 

Goode, George Brown: [The dolphins Coryphaenidse.] In The fisheries and fish- 
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COTTID.E. 




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CYPRINID^S. 

Barnes, A. G.: Growth and spawning of German carp in Alabama. Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 424-425. F18-56 

Behr, Friedrich von: Management of spawning carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 
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- Five recipes for cooking carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 276. 

Blackford, E.G.: Carp in an instalment of shad from James River. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 112. F18-237 

Borne, Max von dem: Raise carp. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 673-680. F16-274 

How to raise carp and other pond fish which spawn in summer. Report, 1883 



(1885), p. 1133-1142. Fll-248 

- A large catch of carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 116. F18-554 

Brakeley, John H.: Plants for carp ponds. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 159- 



160. F18-259 

Butcher, E. Z.: How to avoid a soft or muddy taste of carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 205. F18-282 

Canfleld, Harry L.: The capture and marketing of carp. Seasons and localities of 

capture. 7 p. Economic Circular 40 issued Sept. 20, 1918. F18-699 



60 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

The Carp fisheries in the Peitz Lakes. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 675-678. F16-176 
Carp in France. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 203-204. F18-574 

The Carp ponds belonging to the State of Texas. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

230-231. F18-293 

Gary, H. H.: Period of incubation of eggs of German carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 447. F18-179 

Cole, Leon Jacob: The German carp in the United States. (Bibliography: p. 637- 

l Dec. 



641.) Report, 1904 (1905), p. 523-641, illus., Ill pi. Doc. 592 issued Dec. 30, 

1905. F12-327 

Couchman, J. W.: Transporting carp from the United States Fish commission to 

Brazil. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 382. F18-110 

On the culture of the carp. A. On carp ponds, by A. F. B. Carp culture in East 

Prussia, by R. Struvy. C. Carp ponds. (From Landwirthschaft und Industrie. 

Berlin, 1875. Tr. by C. F. Himes.) Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 

549-558. F16-28 

Davis, H. B.: Gratifying results of propagating German carp Bream and carp in 

ponds together Table qualities of carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 317-318. 

F18-109 
Dolge, Alfred: The preparation and cooking of carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 204-205. F18-575 

Donaldson, R. J.: Raising carp in rice-fields. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 283- 

284. F18-440 

Duke, B. T. W.: A four-pound carp lives eight hours out of water by being packed 

in wet moss. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 16. F18-207 

Eben-Bauditten: On carp-culture, chiefly in its relation to agriculture. Report, 

1878 (1880), p. 667-670. F15-174 
Eckardt, George: The peculiarities of blue carp. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 

389-390. 

Carp propagation and blue carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 168. 

F18-95 
Eckardt-Lubbinchen, R.: Report on the propagation and growth of carp. Report 

1879 (1882), p. 671-673. F17-17 
Finsch, Otto: Report on the transportation of a collection of living carp from Ger- 
many. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 667-670. F17-16 

[Varieties of carp in Germany.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 220. 

Report on a trip in Germany to secure carp for the United States Fish com- 
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Fuller, Thomas: Carp in England in the seventeenth century. (From "Worthies 
of England, 1662."). Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 14. F18-204 

Gaines, Kemp: Growth, spawning, and distribution of German carp reared from 
20 fish furnished by the U. S. Fish commission, November 29, 1880. Bulletin, 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 392. F18-111 

Gasch, Adolf: Pond culture The food and spawning of carp. Report, 1883 (1885), 
p. 1143-1150. F17-41 

Gerber, C.: How to cook carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 151-152. 

F18-257 

Gillespie, Samuel: Growth and food of carp. Bulletin, 1882 ( 1883), vol. II, p. 300. 

F18-105 

Gross, Julius: Another receipt for cooking carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 277. F18-591 

Hessel, Rudolph: The carp and its culture in rivers and lakes; and its introduction 
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Arrival of blue carp from Germany. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 443. 

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[The carp Cyprinus carpio.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 
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Notes on the habits of the golden ide (Idus auratus). Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
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Notes from the carp ponds. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 435. F18-498 



Heyser, E.: Growth of mirror carp sent to Georgia by the U. S. Fish commission. 
Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 18. F18-67 

How to cook carp and tench. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 139-140. 

F18-248 

Hudson, George A.: Carp caught in Ogeechee River. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

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Hunger, Oscar: Varieties of caro in Saxony. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 405. 

F18-151 



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Jordan, David Starr: [The carp family Cypnnidae.] In The fisheries and fishery 

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Kirsch, M.: The gold orfe (Cyprinus or/us}. A. On the raising of the "gold orfe" 

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F16-29 
Leonhardt, G-.: Information concerning the blue carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 

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McDonald, Marshall: Experiments in the transportation of the German carp in a 

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Distribution of German carp by the United States Fish commission. Bulletin, 

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Macgowan, Daniel J.: Carp culture in China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 

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MackriU, Alfred: A great carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 75. F18-226 

Martin, Robert A.: How to catch carp. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 449-450. 

F18-506 
Mather, Fred: Exchange of live marine specimens with France. Bulletin, 1883 

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Matsubara, Shinnosuke: Goldfish and their culture in Japan. Bulletin, 1908 (1910) , 

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Mr. Christian Wagner's establishment for raising goldfish, at Oldenberg, Germany. 

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Nicklas, Carl: Feeding carp with Indian corn. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 168. 

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The artificial feeding of carp. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 1009-1031. F16-324 



Palmer, B. D.: Carp appear February 7, take the hook, and are excellent eating. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 124. F18-244 

Pasco, I. D.: A call for carp from Nevada. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 29-30. 

F18-13 
Peirce, Milton P.: Resuscitation of apparently dead carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 183. F18-275 

Phillips, Barnet: Holland carp put into the Hudson River about 1830. Bulletin, 

1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 25. F18-70 

Playfair, Lyon Playfair: A foreigner's opinion of American fish-culture. Bulletin, 

1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 367-369. F18-482 

Poppe, Robert A.: The introduction and culture of the carp in California. Report, 

1878 (1880), p. 661-666. F16-173 

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p. 396. F20-139 

Quattlebaum, Paul: Method of catching carp with a hook. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 380. F18-338 

Redding, Joseph D.: Character of the carp introduced by Capt. Henry Robinson 

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Reighard, Jacob Ellsworth: Methods of studying the habits of fishes with an 

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Riley, Charles Valentine: Water-beetles destroying carp. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 311. F18-457 

Ryder, John Adam: Carp do eat young fishes. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 152. F18-258 
Care of goldfish. Queries of William Rosenstihl, jr., with replies. Bulletin 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 381-382. F18-339 



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Smiley, Charles W.: I. Notes 011 the edible qualities of German carp and hints 

about cooking them. 2. The German carp and its introduction in the United 

States. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. Ill, p. 305-336. Doc. 66 issued Nov. 29, 1883. 

Fll-311 

- How to distinguish the sex of carp. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 36-37. 

F18-373 
Stocking the Stettiner Haff with carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 1-8. 

F18-59 
Taylor, Harden Franklin: The carp: a valuable food resource. With twenty-three 

recipes selected of German, American, and Swedish origin; and also furnished 

by Frants P. Lund. 1917, 7 p. Economic Circular 31 issued Sept. 26, 1917. 

Fl 7-258 
Thompson, Edward: Edible qualities of carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 176. F18-268 

Trybon, Filip, i. e. Arvid Filip: Carp culture in Sweden. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 156-160. F18-565 

- The tench recommended for cultivation in Sweden. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 209-210. F18-578 

Van Antwerp, W.: Growth, edible qualities, and manner of cooking German carp 

received from the U. S. Fish commission in 1880. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 

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[Varieties of German carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 467. 
Veckenstedt, Edm.: On the carp ponds of Nether Lusatia. Report, 1878 (1880), 

p. 671-674. F16-17I 

Wheeler, L. T.: A new method of protecting the eggs of carp and rearing the young. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 221-222. F18-291 

White, C. M.: Ability of carp to endure muddy, slimy, and stagnant water. Bul- 

letin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 444. F18-176 

Worth, Stephen G.: The selection of sites and the construction of carp ponds. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 33-37. F13-79 

Wright, Abel A.: A Georgia carp pond. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 68-69. 

F18-26 
Yoakum, F. L.: Carp culture in Texas. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 28-32. 

F12-343 
Yost, John: Report upon the management of German carp by a Mississippi corre- 

spondent. Bulletin, 1882 (1893), vol. II, p. 310. F18-108 

Zenk, F.: Prices of carp, tench, and goldorfe in Germany. Bulletin, 1833 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 406. F18-152 

Zentz, F.: On the races or varieties of carp, denying the existence of blue carp and 

gold carp. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 387-389. 



Nelson, Edward William: [The blackfish of Alaska Dallin pectoralis Bean.] In 
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DIODONTID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The porcupine fishes Diodontidae.] In The fisheries 
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DOROSOMATID^E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The mud-shad Dorosoma cepedianum.] In The fisheries 
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ECHENEIDID,E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The Remora family Echeneididae.] In The fisheries 
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ELOPID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The tarpum Megalops thrissoides .] In The fisheries and 
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vol. IV, p. 80. F18-230 



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EMBIOTOCID^E. 

Eigenmann, Carl H.: [A review of the Embiotocidse.] Bulletin, 1892 (1894), 

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Jordan, David Starr: [The surf -fish family Embiotocidae.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 276-279. 

ENGRAULID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The anchovies Engraulidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. 1, pt. Ill, p. 611-612. 

Swain, Joseph: A review of the species of Stolephorus found on the Atlantic coast 
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EPHIPPID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The moon-fish Chsetodipterus fdber.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 445-446. 

ESOCID^E. . 

Goode, George Brown: [The pike family Esocidae.] In The fisheries and fishery 
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Kendall, William Converse: The pikes: their geographical distribution, habits, 
culture, and commercial importance. (Bibliography: p. 42-45.) Appendix 

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Ryder, John Adam: Development of the silver gar (Belone longirostris) l with 

observations on the genesis of the blood in embryo fishes, and a comparison of 
fish ova with those of other vertebrates. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 283-301, 
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Walke, E. H.: Spawning of Esox (pike or pickerel) in North Carolina. Bulletin, 
1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 295. F18-139 

FIERASFERID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The Fierasfer family Fierasferidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 243. 

GADID.E. 

On the Artificial raising of cod in America. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 428. 

Atwood, Nathaniel E.: Unexplained variations in the yield of oil from cod livers. 
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Cobb, John Nathan: Pacific cod fisheries. (Bibliography: p. 108-111.) Appen- 
dix IV, Report, 1915 (1917), 111 p. incl. tables, IX pi., fold, chart. Doc. 830 
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The Codfisheries on the coast of Norway. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 138. 

F18-91 

Collins, Joseph William: Success of the gill-net cod fishery on the New England 
coast, winter 1882-83. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), V9l. Ill, p. 441-443. F18-173 

Some observations on the cod gill-net fisheries and on preservatives for nets. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 58-59. F18-220 

What codfish sometimes swallow. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 175. 

F18-267 

Unusual abundance of cod on Brown's Bank. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 234. F18-414 

A curious knife found in the flesh of a codfish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 381-383. F18-615 
Dambeck, Carl: Geographical distribution of the Gadidse or the cod family, in its 

relation to fisheries and commerce. Report. 1877 (1879), p. 531-557. F16-108 
Dunn, Matthias: Number of eggs in the Gadidse. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 76. F18-228 

Earll, R. Edward: A report on the history and present condition of the shore cod- 
fisheries of Cape Ann, Mass., together with notes on the natural history and 
artificial propagation of the species. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 685-740. Fll-221 
Farlow, William Gibson: On the nature of the peculiar reddening of salted codfish 
during the summer season. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 969-974. F20-120 



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Goode, George Brown, and Joseph William Collins: The winter haddock fishery 
of New England. Bulletin, 1881 (1881), vol. I, p. 226-235. Doc. 31 issued 1881. 

F12-238 

[The cod Gadus morrhua.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 200-223. 

[The torn cods Microgadus tomcod and M. proximus.] In The fisheries and 

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[The haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus.] In The fisheries and fishery in- 
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[The pollock Pollachius carbonarius .] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 228-233. 

[The cusk Bro&mius brosme.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 



United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 233. 

Gundersen, H.: Drying codfish at Bordeaux. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 
84-86, illus. F18-542 

Haskell, E. H.: Second annual appearance of young cod hatched by the United 
States Fish commission in Gloucester Harbor in the winter of 1879-80. Bulletin, 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 112. F18-84 

Krause, Karl E. H.: Cod and halibut fisheries near the Shumagin Islands Bulle- 
tin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 259-260. F18-47 

Leslie, Charles C.: Scarcity of blackfish Mortality of codfish. Bulletin. 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 132. ' F18-90 

McDonald, Marshall: Experimental investigations upon cod hatching at Woods 
Hole, Mass., during the winter of 1880-81. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1127-1129, 
illus. F16-347 

Martin, Stephen J.: Cod-fishing with gill-nets in Ipswich Bay, Massachusetts Bul- 
letin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 264.. F18-50 

Mather, Fred: Notes on cod, shrimp, etc., at Cold Harbor. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 123. F18-242 

Mauriac, E.: Cases of poisoning caused by spoiled codfish, and the unnecessary pro- 
hibition of the sale of reddened codfish. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 1027-1053. 

F17-151 

Moore, Henry Frank: The burbot: A fresh-water cousin to the cod. 4 p., illus. 
Economic Circular 25 issued May 9, 1917. F 17-236 

The haddock: one of the best salt-water fishes. 8 p., illus. Economic Circular 

47 issued Aug. 18, 1920. F20-159 

Phillips, Barnet: A stray cod up the Hudson. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
416. F18-156 

Bathbun, Richard: Summary of the fishery investigations conducted in the north 
Pacific Ocean and Bering" Sea from July 1, 1888, to July 1, 1892, by the U. S. 
Fish commission steamer Albatross. Bulletin 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 127- 
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Bognerud, Carl: Hatching cod in Norway. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 113- 
119. F18-660 

Sars, George Ossian: Report of practical and scientific investigations of the cod 
fisheries near the Loffoden Islands, made during the years 1864-1869, Report 
1877 (1879), p. 565 T 611. F16-110 

Report of practical and scientific investigations of the cod fisheries near the 

Loffoden Islands, made during th* years 1870-1873. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 612- 
661. F16-111 

Smith, Everett: A mammoth cod. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 443. 

F18-175 

Tarr, Ralph Stockman: Return to Gloucester Harbor of the young codfish hatched 
by the U. S. Fish commission. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 57-58. 

F18-219 

Tibbetts, N. V.: Scarcity of cod arid haddock on the coast of Maine. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 75-76. F18-537 

Trolle, C.: The Iceland cod fisheries in 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 371-382. 

F17-31 

Wilcox, William A.: Reappearance of young cod hatched by the United States Fish 
commission. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 439. F18-170 

GASTEROSTEID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The stickleback family Gasterosteidse.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 457-458. 

Byder, John Adam: Notes on the development, spinning habits, and structure of 
the four-spined stickleback, Apeltes quadracus. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 
24-29. F12-331 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 65 

GERRID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The moharra family Gerridse.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 279. 



GOBIID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The gobies Gobiidae.] In The fisheries and fishery in 
dustries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 255. 

HEXAGRAMMHXE. 

Moore, Henry Frank: The sablefish, alias black cod. An introduction to one of 
the best and richest of American food fishes, with recipes for cooking it [by Mary 
F. Rausch and J. C. Grant]. 6 p., illus. Economic Circular 23 issued Mar. 8, 1917. 

F17-155 

Swan, James Gilchrist: Report on black cod of the north Pacific Ocean. Bulletin 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 225-234. F18-413 

HIPPOCAMPID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The sea-horse family Hippocampidee.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 172. 

Ryder, John Adam: A contribution to the development and morphology of the 
Lophobranchiates (Hippocampus antiquorum) the sea-horse. Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 191-199. F12-320 

HYODONTID^B. 

Goode, George Brown: [The moon-eye family Hyodontidae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 612-613. 

ICOSTEID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The Icosteus family.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 361. 

ISTOPHORUX*:. 

Barnes, William M.: Supposed occurrence of sail-fish, Histiophorns. Bulletin 
1883 (1883), vol. III. p. 423-424 F18-159 

LABRID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The tautog or black-fish Tautoga onitis.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 268-273. 

[The chogset or cunner Ctenolabrus adspersus .] In The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 273-274. 

Jenkins, Oliver Peebles: Descriptions of new species of fishes from the Hawaiian 
Islands, belonging to the families of Labridae and Scaridse. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), 
vol. XIX, p. 45-63, illus. Doc. 433 issued Aug. 30, 1900. F12^5 

Jordan, David Starr: A review of the labroid fishes of America and Europe. Re- 
port, 1887 (1890), 101 p. XI pi. Doc. 173 issued Aug. 24, 1891. Fll-335 

LAMPRID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The opah family Lamprididse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 335. 

Jordan, David Starr: Note on the accurrence of the opah, Lampris guttatus, on the 
Grand Banks. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 202. F18-668 

LOPHIID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The goose fishes Lophius piscatorius.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 173-174. 

LEPIDOSTEEDJE. 

Goode, George Brown: [The gar-pike Lepidosteidse.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 663-665. 

5690 21 5 



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LEPTOCEPHALID.E. 



Eigemnann, CarlH.: The egg and development of the conger eel. Bulletin, 1901 
(1902), vol. XXI. p. 37-44, illus. Doc. 476 issued Oct. 2, 1901. F12-263 

Eigemnann, Carl H., and Clarence Hamilton Kennedy: The Leptocephalus of 
the American eel and other American Leptocephali. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), 
vol. XXI, p. 81-92, illus. Doc. 480 issued Mar. 31, 1902. F12-269 



LtPARIPID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The lump-suckers: lump-fish and sea snails.] In The 
fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 
253-255. 

LOBOTID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The triple- tail or black perch Lobotes surinamensis.'] In 
The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, 
p. 444-445. 

LOPHIIDjE. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Commercial possibilities of the goosefish: a neglected 
food. With 10 recipes, prepared by Charles Doucot. 5 p. Economic Circular 
13 issued Dec. 14, 1915. F14-131 

LUTIANID.E. 

Collins, Joseph William: The red snapper grounds in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 145-146. F18-393 

Notes on the red snapper fishery. Based on information gathered from ('apt. 

Silas Latham. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 299-300. F18-598 

Goode, George Brown: [The grunts or pig-fishes Diabasis.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 397-400. 

LYCODID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The lycodes family Lycodidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 247-248. 

MACROURID.E. 

Goode, George, Brown: [The Grenadier family (Macruridse).] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 244. 

Jordan, David Starr, and Edwin Chapin Starks: List of fishes dredged by the 
steamer Albatross off the coast of Japan in the summer of 1900, with descriptions 
of new species and a review of the Japanese Macrouridse. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 
vol. XXII, p. 577-630, illus. , 8 pi. Doc. 551 issued Aug. IS, 1904. F12-51 

MALACANTHID^E. 

Bumpus, Hermon Gary: The reappearance of the tilefish. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 321-33.3. Doc. 416 issued Oct. SO, 1899. F12-32 

Collins, Joseph William: Report upon a cruise made to the tilefish ground in the 
smack Josie Reeves, September, 1882. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 301-310. 

F18-107 

History of the tilefish. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 237-294. II pi. Doc. 81 

issued Aug. 15, 1884- Fll-268 

Goode, George Brown: [The tilefish family Latilidse.] In The fisheries and fish- 
ery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 360-361. 

Lucas, Frederic Augustus: The osteology and immediate relations of the tilefish, 
Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 81-86, illus. 
Doc. 559 issued Feb. 14, 1905. F12-3 

Silvester, Charles Frederick: The blood-vascular system of the tilefish Lopho- 
latilus chamaeleonticeps. (Literature: p. 112-114.) Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. 
XXIV, p. 87-114, illus., fold. col. pi. Doc. 560 issued Feb. 14, 1905. F12-4 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Reappearance of the tilefish.] Report, 1897 (1898), 



p. CXX1 

[Reappearance of the tilefish.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. CXXX. 



IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The tilefish: a new deep-sea food fish. With 12 recipes 
for cooking it, by Charles Doucot. 6 p., illus. Economic Circular 19 issued Sept. 
SO, 1915. F15-156 



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MALTHEID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The devil fishes Antennariidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 173. 



MERLUCCIID^E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The silver hake and the merluccio.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 240-243. 

Nye, Willard: Habits of whiting or frost-fish (Merlucius bilinearis Mitch.). Bul- 
letin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 208. F18-577 



MICROSTOMID-. 



Goode, George Brown: [The smelt family Microstomidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 543-547. 



MONACANTHID.E. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notice of a filefish new to the fauna of the United States. 
Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 273-278, illus., col. pi. Doc. 412 issued 
Nov. 1, 1899. F12-98 

MUGLID^E. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Report on the proposed introduction of the Jamaica 
mountain mullet into the United States. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 443- 
451. Doc. 145 issued Apr. 25, 1891. Fll-326 

Goode, George Brown: [The mullets Mugil albula and Mugil brasiliensis.] In 
The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, 
p. 449^56. 

Hoxie, Walter: Occurrence of mullet in fresh water. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 80. F18-229 

Miller, John F.: Proposed introduction of Hawaiian mullet into the United States. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 141-142. Fl-250 

Phillips, Barnet: Some notes on the mullet fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 135-137. F13-89 

Ravenel, William de Chastignier: Information bearing upon the artificial propa- 
gation of mullet. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 197-202. F18-667 

MULLID^. 

Goode, George Brown: [The red mullet family Mullidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 361. 

MUR^ENID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The morays Mursenidse.Jx In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 629. 

MYXINID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The hag-fishes Myxinidse.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States- 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 681-682. 

NOMEIID.E. 

Eigenmann, CarlH.: Description of a new oceanic fish found off southern New 
England. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 35-36. Doc. 475 issued Oct. 22 
1901. F12-267 

OPHIDIID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The sand cusk family O phi diidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 243-244. 

ORTHAGORISCID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The ocean sun fishes Orthagoriscidse.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 169-170. 



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OSPHROMENID.E. 



Gill, Theodore Nicholas: Natural and economical history of the gourami (Osplirome- 
nus goramy}. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), 21 p., pi. XXXV-XXXVI. Fll-205 

Matte, Paul: [Receipt of paradise fish (Macropodus venustus) from Germany.] Bul- 
letin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 85. 



OSTRACIID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The trunk fishes Ostraciontidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 170. 



PARALEPID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The paralepis family Paralepidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 548. 

PERCID^. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Descriptions of two new species of darters from Lake 
Maxinkuckee, Indiana. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 363-367, pi. 17. Doc. 428 issued 
Aug. 20, 1900. Fll-109 

Goode, George Brown: [The yellow perch Perca americana.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 414-417. 

[The pike perches.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 

States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 417-424. 

Jordan, David Starr: [The log perch Percina caprodes (Raf.) Grd.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 417. 

Kirsch, Philip H.: Notes on the streams and fishes of Clinton County, Kentucky, 
with a description of a new darter. Bulletin, 1890(1892), vol. X, p. 289-292. illus. 
Doc. 197 issued Sept. 14, 1892. F12-131 

Moenkhaus, William J.: Description of a new species of darter from Tippecanoe 
Lake. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 395-398. illus. Doc. 530 issued 
Aug. 8, 1903. F-1270 

Pearse, A.' S., and Henrietta Achtenberg: Habits of yellow perch in Wisconsin 
lakes. (Bibliography: p. 363-366.) Bulletin, 1917-1918 (1921), vol. XXXVI, 
p. 293-366, illus., pi. LXXXIII. Doc. 885 issued^ Aug. 4, 1920. F20-158 

Radcliff e, Lewis, and William. W. Welsh: Description of a new darter from Mary- 
land. Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 29-32, pi. XVIII. Doc. 773 issued 
May 24, 1913. F13-123 

Worth. Stephen G.: Observations on the hatching of the yellow perch. Bulletin, 
1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 331-334, pi. LXI. Doc. 201 issued Sept. 24, 1892. F12-120 

PLEURONECTID^E. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton: Notes on the halibut fishery of the northwest coast in 

1895. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 141-144. Doc. 359 issued Feb. 8, 1898. 

F12-244 
Preliminary examination of halibut fishing grounds of the Pacific coast. 

With introductory notes on the halibut fishery, by H. B. Joyce. Report and 

special papers, 1911 (1913), 56 p. Doc. 763 issued July 22, 1912. F12-203 

Anthony, Baoul Louis Ferdinand: The cultivation of the turbot. Bulletin, 1908 

(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 859-870, pi. CII-CIII, diagrs. Doc. 686 issued April, 

1910. 10-35563 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Pole-flounder (Glytocephalus cynoglossus) abundant on 

coast of New England.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 4*-5*. 
Broca, P. de: The halibut fishery of the United States. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 

(1876), p. 169-171. F16-9 

Collins, Joseph William: Notes on the halibut fisheries of 1881-82. Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 311-316. F12-365 

On the abundance of halibut near Iceland. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 463-464. F18-362 
The Icelandic halibut fishery. An account of the voyages of three Gloucester 

schooners to the fishing grounds near the north coast of Iceland. Report, 1884 

(1885), p. 289-300, incl. tables. F17-128 

Goode, George Brown: [The plaice Paralichthys dentatus.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 178-182. 
The bastard halibut Paralichthys maculosus Girard.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 182. 



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Goode, George Brown: [The halibut Hippoglossus vulgaris.'] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 189-197. _ 

[The sand dab or rough dab Hippoglossoides platessoides .] In The fisheries 

and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 197. 

[The Greenland turbot Platysomatichthys hippoglossoidts.] In The fisheries 

and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 197-198. 

[The pole flounder or craig flounder Glyptocephalus cynoglossus .1 In The 

fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, 
p. 198-199. 

The fisheries" and 



[The spotted sand flounder Lophopse.tta maculata.] In r 
lery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, 




fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 199. 

Jordan, David Starr: [The flat fishes and soles of the Pacific coast.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 184-189. 

A review of the flounders and soles (Pleuronectidae) of America and Europe. 

Report, 1886 (1889), p. 225-342, IX pi. Doc. 126 issued 1889. F15-47 

Kendall, William Converse: Notes on a new species of flatfish from off the coast of 
New England. Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 389-394, pi. LVII. Doc. 
764 issued Aug. 8, 1912. F12-275 

Krause, K. E. H.: A hybrid plaice, Platessa vulgaris with Rhombus maximus. Bulle- 
tin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 341-342. F12-368 

Kuntz, Albert: The histological basis of adaptive shades and colors in the flounder, 

Bulletin, 1915-1916 (1918), 
1917. F17-185 

Mast, Samuel Ottmar: Changes in shade, color, and pattern in fishes, and their 
bearing on the problem of adaptation and behavior, with special reference to the 
flounders Paralichthys and Ancylopsetta. (Bibliography: p. 230-232.) Bulletin , 
1914 (1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 173-238, illus., pi. XIX-XXXVII (part col.). Doc. 
821 issued Apr. 10, 1916. F16-80 

Mather, Fred: The experiment of transporting turbot and soles from England to 
America. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 867-873. F16-123 

Scudder, Newton Pratt: The halibut fishery Davis' Strait. Report, 1880 (1883), 
p. 189-228. Doc. 43 issued Apr, 26, 1882. Fll-217 

Thorsteinson, Ami Bjarnason: American halibut fisheries near Iceland. Bulle- 
tin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 429-433. F18-496 

POECILIIDJE. 

Goode, George Brown: [The mummichog family Poeciliidae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 466. 

Hildebrand, Samuel Frederick: Notes on the life history of the minnows Gam- 
busia affinis and Cyprinodon variegatus. (Bibliography :"p. 15.) Appendix VI, 
Report, 1917 (1919), 15 p. Doc. 857 issued Aug. IS, 1917. F17-250 

Kuntz, Albert: Notes on the habits, morphology of the reproductive organs, and 
embryology of the viviparous fish Gambusia affinis. Bulletin, 1913 (1914), vol. 
XXXIII, p. 177-190, pi. XVI-XIX. Doc. 806 issued Oct. 28, 1914. F14-106 

POLYODONTIDJS. 

Goode, George Brown: [The paddle fishes Polyodontidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 660. 

POLYNEMID^. 

Goode, George Brown: [The thread fish family Polynemidse.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 279. 

POMACENTRID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The demoiselle and the cichlid families.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 275-276. 

POMATOMID^E. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: Natural history of some of the more important food 
fishes of the South Shore of New England (bluefish). Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 
235-252. F15-100 

Goode, George Brown: [The bluefish family Pomatomidae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 433-444. 



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Pierce, H. D.: The spawning of bluefish An opinion of the cause of mortality of 
fish in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 332. F18-143 

PRISTIPOMATID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The snapper family Pristipomatidse.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 395. 

RACHYCENTRID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The cobia or crab-eater Elacate Canada.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 444. 

SALMONIDyE. 

Abernethy, A. S.: Salmon in the Clackamas River. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 332. F18-603 

Adams, Andrew Leith: The lake trouts. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 357-362. 

Fl 5-104 

Anderson, John: Notes 011 the biology of the salmon and grilse. Bulletin, 1883 

(1883), vol. Ill, p. 429-430. F18-162 

[Salmon and trout in Scotland.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 468. 

Atkins, Charles G.: On the salmon of eastern North America, and its artificial 

culture. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 226-337. F15-99 

Memoranda relative to inclosures for the confinement of salmon, drawn from 

experience at Bucksport, Penobscot River, Maine. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 170-174. F13-92 

Memoranda on landlocked salmon. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 341-344. 

F13-112 

- Ten questions concerning the habits and breeding of landlocked salmon, with 
replies. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 383-384. F18-341 

The Atlantic and landlocked salmons. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 27-70. 



Atwater, Wilbur Olin: Report of analysis of a sample of fish guano made from 
salmon offal, by Mr. Joseph Spratt, of Victoria, British Columbia. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 238. F13-103 

Barber, C. H.: Success in raising landlocked salmon. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 87. F18-233 

Barfurth, D.: The food and manner of living of the salmon, the trout, and the shad. 
(Prefatory note by Theo. Gill: p. 735-736.) Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 
p. 735-759. 

Barin, L. T.: Salmon in the Clackamas River. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 
111-112. F18-552 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Notes on a shipment, by the United States Fish commis- 
sion of California salmon (Oncorhynchus chouicha} to Tanners Creek, Indiana, in 
1876. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I. p. 204-205. F18-38 

Account of a shipment, by the United States Fish commission, of California 
salmon-fry (Oncorhyncus chouicha) to southern Louisiana, with note on some 
collections made atTickfaw. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 205-206. 

F18-39 

Brook trout from Monadnock Lake and Cristine Lake, New Hampshire. Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 293-294. F13-107 

[Natural history of the salmon.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 189-200. 

[Life history of the salmon.] Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 21-38, pi. 



II-IX. 
Behr, Friedrich von: Five American Salmonidae in Germany. Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 237-246. F12-360 

Benecke, Berthold Adolf: Observations on salmon in German rivers. Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 119-122 incl. tab. F18-556 

Bottemanne, C. J.: California salmon in the Netherlands. Report, 1879 (1882), 

p. 709-713. F17-20 
Penning of salmon in order to secure their eggs. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 169. F18-265 

Bower, Seymour: Instructions for taking whitefish eggs. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 113-114. F18-239 

Brice, J. J.: Establishment of stations for the propagation of salmon on the Pacific 

coast. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 387-392. 12-17363 



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Buck, H. H.: Report upon hatching one million whitefish eggs from the Great Lakes, 

at Orland, Me., and upon planting the young in Eagle Lake, Mount Desert. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 454-455. F18-182 

Chamberlain, F. M.: Some observations on salmon and trout in Alaska. Report 

and special papers, 1906 (1908), 112 p., pi., fold, map., diagrs. Doc. 627 issued 

Dec. 18, 1907. 7-35437 

Cheney, A. Nelson: The Hudson River as a salmon stream. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 

vol. XVII, p. 247-251. Doc. 376 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Salmon in the Hudson River. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 351-352. 

F18-610 
Clark, Frank N.: On the rearing of the whitefish in spring-water and its relation to 

their subsequent distribution. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 301-306. F20-116 
Report of operations connected with the propagation of whitefish (Coregonus 

albus) at the North ville station, North ville, Michigan, for season of 1880-81. 

Report, 1880 (1883), p. 553-596. F16-276 

Spawning of California mountain trout, reared in confinement, from eggs 

brought from McCloud River. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 256. F18-130 
On the propriety of depositing whitefish minnows off the harbor of Cleveland, 



Ohio. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 349-352. F12-398 
Results of planting young whitefish in Lake Erie. What the fishermen think 

of whitefish propagation. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 113-120. F18-382 
Natural as compared with artificial hatching of whitefish. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 321-323. F18-465 
History and methods of whitefish culture. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 

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Clarke, H. R.: Propagation of trout by the Southside club. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

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Cobb, John Nathan: The salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. Report and special 

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Pacific salmon fisheries. Appendix III, Report, 1916 (1917), 255 p. incl. 

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Collins, John D.: Propagation of salmon in Salmon River, Oswego County, New 

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Correspondence connected with the transmission of eggs of the Quinnat salmon 

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Correspondence connected with the transmission of eggs of the Quinnat salmon 

and other Salmonidse to European countries in 1878 and prior years. Report, 

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Dannevig, Griinder Mathisen: Salmonidse in Australia. (From his report on the 

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F18-502 
Day, Francis: On the rearing, growth, and breeding of salmon in fresh water in 

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Experiments with salmon in Scotland. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 56. 

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Dowell, Benjamin Franklin: Efforts in trout culture. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

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Cultivation trout in Oregon. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 217. 

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Duncan, J. Barker: Salmon and trout hatcheries in Scotland. Bulletin, 1885 

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Dunn, Horace D.: Do the spawning salmon ascending the Sacramento River all die 

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Evermann, Barton Warren: A preliminary report upon salmon investigations in 

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A report upon salmon investigations in the headwaters of the Columbia River, 

in the State of Idaho, in 1895: together with notes upon the fishes observed in 

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Evermann, Barton Warren: The golden trout of the southern high Sierras. 
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Evermann, Barton Warren, and. Edmond Lee Goldsborough: The fis'ics of 
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Evermann, Barton Warren, and Seth Eugene Meek: A report upon salmon 
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Evermann, Barton Warren,' and Hugh McCormick Smith: The whitefishes of 
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Fair, S. C.: Description of a California salmon (Oncorhyncus sp.) found in one of the 
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Fiedler, Judge: The migration of salmon (Salmo salar L.) in the Baltic. Bulletin, 
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Finley, Charles I.: Shad in Oregon waters a new salmon hatchery. Bulletin, 1884 
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Further report of R. D. Hume's salmon hatchery, Oregon. Bulletin, 1884 

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Fisher, William J.: Statement of the catch of the several companies engaged in the 
salmon fisheries in Kadiak district, Alaska Territory, during the year 1883. Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 134. F18-247 

Forbes, Stephen Alfred: The food of young whitefish Coregonus dupeiformis. 
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The first food of the common whitefish (Coregonus dupeiformis Mitch.). Re- 
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Frey, E.: Disposition of whitefish eggs sent to Switzerland. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
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Gaylord, Harvey Russell, and Millard Caleb Marsh: Carcinoma of the thyroid in 
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Geare, Randolph I.: [The Lake whitefish Corcoonus dupeiformis .1 In The fisheries 
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Gilbert, W. L.: Growth of the sab ling (Salmo salmlinus) in the Old Colony trout 
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Glen Falls Republican: [Salmon, lake trout, and brown trout at Glen Falls.] 
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Goll, Hermann: The American brook trout recommended for Swiss waters. Bul- 
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[The namaycush or lake trout Salvelinus namaycush.] In The fisheries and 

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On a disease affecting the rainbow trout at McCloud River station. Bulletin, 

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The introduction of land-locked salmon into Woodhull Lake, New York, and 

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The storage of fat in the muscular tissue of the king salmon and its resorptiou 

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The fat-absorbing function of the alimentary tract of the king salmon. Bul- 



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Habersham, William Ney A.: Note on the use of the male salmon hook and the 

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Hamlin, Augustus Choate: On the salmon of Maine. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 

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Hessel, Rudolph: The salmon of the Danube, or the hucho (Salmo hucho}, and its 

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Holberton, Wakeman: The successful stocking of streams with trout. Bulletin, 

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Hold en, E. C.: The Columbia River salmon a hatchery needed. Bulletin, 1884 

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Jerrell, H. P.: Concerning the salmon fisheries of Bretagne, France, and the need 

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Jordan, David Starr: [The Dolly Varden trout Salvelinus mahna.] In The fish- 
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Juday, Chancey: Notes on Lake Tahoe, its trout and trout-fishing. (Literature 

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A study of Twin Lakes, Colorado, with especial consideration of the food of 

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[The whitefishes of Maine.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p.. 363-368, illus. 

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- The Rangeley Lakes, Maine: With special reference to the habits of the fishes, 

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Kendall, William Converse, and E. L. Goldsborough: The fishes of Connecticut 

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Koss, R. A.: Trout and trout culture. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 473-476. 

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Kunnel: On the conditions under which trout exist in the German waters. Bulletin, 

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Lanman, Charles: The Salmonidse of eastern Maine, New Brunswick, and Nova 

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Loomis, Watts T.: A landlocked salmon caught in the Erie canal. Bulletin, 1884 

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McDonald, Marshall: California trout planted in R^noke River in July, 1883, 

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Report on the salmon fisheries of Alaska. (Life history of the silmon by 

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[Species of Alaska salmon of economic value.] Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. 



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-The salmon fisheries of the Columbia River basin . . . together with a 

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Gilbert and W. B. Evermann. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 153-207, pi. 

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Maitland, Sir James Ramsey Gibson: Exchange of land-locked salmon eggs from 

Maine for Loch Leven trout ova from Scotland. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

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Malmgren, Anders John: The migrations of the salmon (Salmo solar L.) in the 

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Maslieurat-Lagemard: Acclimatization of Salmo quinnal in France. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 144. F18-255 

Mason, Frank Holcomb: Proposed exportation of white fish eggs to Switzerland. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 272. F18-131 

Mather, Fred: Brown trout in America. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 21-22. 

F18-640 
Report upon the result of salmon planting in the Hudson River. Bulletin, 

1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 409-424. F18-678 

Maynard, H. J.: Rainbow trout in southwestern Missouri. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), 

vol. VII, p. 55-56. F18-647 

Metcalf , Martin: Success in propagating California mountain trout from eggs brought 

to Michigan by the United States Fish commission. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 

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Miescher-Rusch, F.: Contribution to the biology of the Rhine salmon. (Reprint 

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Milner, James W.: Notes on the grayling of North America, and descriptions of 

new species of Coregonus and Argyrosomus. Report, 1872-73 (1874), 20 p. 

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the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the year ending June 30, 1898. 

Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, 178 p., VI pi., illus., fold, charts, 63 pi. Doc. 

408 issued July 27, 1899. F12-94 
The salmon and salmon fisheries of Alaska. Report of the Alaska salmon 

investigations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross in 1900 and 1901. 

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Some results of the artificial propagation of Maine and California salmon in New 

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vol. I, p. 270-277. F20-142 



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Sterling, E.: On the impropriety of depositing whitefish minnows off the harbor of 

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Stone, Livingston: Notes on the salmon of the Miramichi River. Report, 1871 

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Replies to questions of Herr von Behr concerning Salvelinus fontinalis and 

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Explorations on the Columbia River from the head of Clarks Fork to the 

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The artificial propagation of salmon on the Pacific coast of the United States, 



with notes on the natural history of the quinnat ealmon. Bulletin, 1896 (1897), 
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Stranahan, J. J.: The methods, limitations, and results of whitefish culture in 
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F12-110 

Buckley, George: On the North American species of salmon and trout. Report, 
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Trybom, Filip, i. e. Arvid Filip: Salmon fisheries of Halland, Sweden, especially 
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U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Miscellaneous notes and correspondence relative to 
the whitefish. A. The whitefish of the Great Lakes [letters from George Barnston, 
John W. Kerr, Peter Kiel]. B. The whitefish of eastern Maine and New Bruns- 
wick, by Charles Lanman. C. New species of Argyrosomus and Coregonus, 
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Miscellaneous notes and correspondence relative to salmon and trout. A. On 
the salmon in Maine, by Thomas Lincoln. B. On the stomachs of salmon and 
their contents, by James K. Thatcher and Sidney I. Smith. C. On the silver- 
trout of Monadnock Lake, New Hampshire, by Thos. E. Hatch. D. On the 
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Additional reports relative to the hatching and planting of the Penobscot 

salmon. By Wm. W. Fletcher, J. H. Slack, Thaddeus Norris, E. Sterling, and 
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Hatching and distribution of California salmon. A. Report on California 
salmon spawn hatched and distributed, by J. H. Slack. B. Hatching and dis- 
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Artificial propagation of the lake trout, grayling, and whitefish . . . (Ex- 
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Doc. 520 issued Apr. 6, 1903. 8-35705 
Canned salmon: cheaper than meats, and why. Including fifty tested recipes. 



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Valery-Mayet: Acclimatization of Salmo quinnat in France. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

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p. 345. F18-608 

Ward, Henry Baldwin: Internal parasites of the Sebago salmon. (Bibliography: 

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Doc. 713 issued April, 1910. 10-35558 



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Waterbury, E. B.: Obstructions to salmon in Pend d'Oreille River, Montana, 
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F18-158 

Watson, W. C.: The salmon of Lake Champlain and its tributaries. Report, 1873-74 
and 1874-75 (1876), p. 531-540. F16-26 

Whitcombe, W. P.: Shipment of whitefish eggs to the Ballarat Fish Acclimatization 
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Whitefish, lake trout, and brook trout in France. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 112. F18-283 

Wilmot, Samuel: Introduction of California salmon into Ontario, with remarks on the 
disappearance of Maine salmon from that province. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 347-349. F20-146 

Remarks on the scarcity of male grilse salmon in the rivers of Ontario, 



Canada. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 379-381. F20-148 

Wilson, Charles A.: Raising brook trout in mineral water. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 392. F18-112 

Yarrow, Harry Crecy: On the speckled trout of Utah Lake (Salmo virginalis Girard). 

Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 363-368. F15-105 



SCARID.^. 



Goode, George Brown: [The parrot fishes and some of their allies.] In The fish- 
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Jenkins, Oliver Peebles: Descriptions of new species of fishes from the Hawaiian 
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SCI^ENID^E. 

Crozier, William J., and Selig Hecht: Correlations of weight, length, and other 
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Eigenmann, Carl H.: Investigation into the history of the young squeteague. Bul- 
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F12-264 

Goode, George Brown: [The drum family.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
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[The squeteague Cynosdon regale.} In The fisheries and fishery industries 
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[The spotted squeteague Cyno?cion maculatum.} In The fisheries and fishery 

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[The drum Pogonias chromic.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

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[The spot, or Lafayette Liostomus xanthurus.] In The fisheries and fishery 

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[The red fish, or bass of the South Sciaena ocellata.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 371-375. 

[The yellow tail Bairdiella chrysura.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

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[The kingfish Menticirrus nebulosus.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
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[The whitings Menticirrus alburnus and M. Littoralis.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 376-378. 

[The croker Micropogon undulatus.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 378. 

Hughes, Smith E.: [Live ponds for weakfish in New Jersey.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 349-351. 

Jordan, David Starr, [The fresh-water drum Haploidonotus grunniens.] In The 
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[The corvinas and roncadors of the Pacific coast.] In The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 378-380. 

Jordan, David Starr, and Carl H. Eigenmann: A review of the Sciaenidse of 
America and Europe. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 343-451. Doc. 127 issued 1889. 

Fll-254 

Kuntz, Albert: The embryology and larval development of Bairdiella chrysura and 
Anchovia mitchilli. Bulletin, 1913 (1914), vol. XXXIII, 19 p., illue. Doc. 795 
issued May 29, 1914. F14-38 



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Parker, George Howard: Structure and functions of the ear of the squeteague. 
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pi. CXXII. Doc. 715 issued May 5, 1910. 10-35606 

Rathbun, Richard: [Eggs of spotted weakfish successfully hatched on Fish Hawk.] 
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[First attempt at artificial propagation of the squeteague.] Report, 1889-91 

(1893), p. 160. 

Taylor, Harden Franklin: The structure and growth of the scales of the squeteague 
and the pigfish as indicative of life history. (Bibliography: p. 325-330.) Bulle- 
tin, 1914 (1915), vol. XXXIV, p. 285-330, illus., pi. L-LIX. Doc. 823 issued 
Sept. 23, 1916. F16-133 

Tower, Ralph Winfred: Biliary calculi in the squeteague. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), 
vol. XXI, p. 131-135, pi. XXI. Doc. 498 issued May S3, 1902. F12-413 

SCOMBERESOCID^. 

Goode, George Brown: [The flying-fish family Scomberesocidae.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 459. 

Ryder, John Adam: Development of the silver gar (Belone lortgirostris), with 
observations on the genesis of the blood in embryo fishes, and a comparison of 
fish ova with those of other vertebrates. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 283- 
301, pi. XIX-XXI. F12-323 

SCOMBRID.E. 

Chadwick, B. P.: Young mackerel destroyed by small-meshed seines. Bulletin, 
1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 193. F18-570 

Collins, Joseph William: Notes on the movements, habits, and captures of mack- 
erel for the season of 1882. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 273-285. 

F12-363 

Movements of mackerel in winter. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 15. 

F18-205 

A search for mackerel off Block Island, Montauk, and Sandy Hook, in Novem- 
ber, 1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 49-51. F18-213 

On the scarcity of mackerel in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Bulletin, 1884 



(1884), vol. IV, p. 427-430 and 435-438. F18-359 

Dressier, Fletcher B., and Bert Fesler: A review of the mackerels (Scom- 
brinae of America and Europe. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 429-446, 
pi. I-XI. F18-680 

Earll, R. Edward: The Spanish mackerel: its natural history and artificial pro- 
pagation, with an account of the origin and development of the fishery. Report 
1880 (1883), p. 395-426, III pi. Doc. 60 issued July 9, 1883. Fll-332 

Hatching blackfish and Spanish mackerel. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 415-416. F18-353 

Goode, George Brown: [The mackerel and its allies.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 281-303. 

[The chub macke.rel Scomber coliasJ] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 303-305. 

S'he frigate mackerel Auxis thazard.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 
e United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 305-307. / 

[The Spanish mackerel and its allies.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 307-316. 

[The bonito Sarda mediterranea.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 316-320. 

[The horse mackerel, tunny, or albicore.] In The fisheries and fishery in- 
dustries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 320-322. 

[The little tunny or albicore.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 



the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 322. 

Goode, George Brown; Joseph W. Collins; R. E. Earll; and Howard Clark: 
Materials for a history of the mackerel fishery. (Contents. Natural history, by 
G. Brown Goode. The mackerel fishery of the United States, by G. Brown 
Goode and J. W. Collins. Legislation for the protection of mackerel. Statistics 
of the mackerel fishery in 1880, by R. E. Earll. The mackerel canning industry, 
by R. E. Earll. Methods of packing and inspection laws, by A. H. Clark. Sta- 
tistics of inspection of mackerel from 1804 to 1880, by A. H. Clark. Chronological 
notes, by J. W. Collins. Inspection laws, comp. by A. H. Clark. The mackerel 
fleet. Mackerel fishery in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.) Report, 1881 (1884), 
441 p., fold, diagr. Doc. 52 issued Jan. 3, 1883. 7-38960 

Kite, J. Alban: Report upon apparatus and facilities needed for hatching Spanish 
mackerel. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1095-1100, illus. F17-40 



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McDonald, Marshall: Spanish mackerel investigations at Cherrystone, Va., during 
the summer of 1881. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1131-1133. F16-348 

Martin, Stephen J.: Notes on the mackerel fishery of 1881. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 132-133. F18-30 

Movements and catch of mackerel. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 89-90; 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 295-296, 470. F18-78 
Merchant, George, jr.: The incipiency of night seining for mackerel. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 142. F18-251 
Moore, John Percy: Report on mackerel investigations in 1897. Report, 1898 (1899), 

p. 1-22. Doc. 399 issued Mar. 28, 1899. Fll-111 

Nye, Willard: Eels (Anguilla rostrata) in New Bedford water pipes Mackerel 
abundant in Amherst River. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 272. F18-102 

Phillips, Barnet: Early catch of mackerel. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 280. 

F18-136 

Ryder, John Adam: Development of the Spanish mackerel (Cybium maculatum) . 
Bulletin, 1881 (1882) , vol. I, p. 135-173, pi. I-IV. F12-317 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: The southern spring mackerel fishery of the United 
States. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 193-271. Doc. 411 issued Oct. 19, 
1899. F 12-97 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Movements of mackerel. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
471. F18-196 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report of operations in hatching eggs of Spanish mackerel 
in Chesapeake Bay by the steamer Fish Hawk during the summer of 1883. Re- 
port, 1883 (1883), p. 1089-1094, illus. F17-39 

SCOPELID^E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The scopelus family Scopelidse.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 547. 

SCORP^ENID^E. 

Eigenmann, Carl H.: On the viviparous fishes of the Pacific coast of North America. 
Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 381-478, pis. XCIV-CXVIII. Doc. 231 issued 
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Goode, George Brown: [Rosefish or red perch Sebastes marinus.~\ In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 260-262. 

Jordan, David Starr: [The rock cods of the Pacific.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 262-267. 

Ryder, John Adam: On the intraovarian gestation of the redfish (Sebastes marinus) . 
Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 92-94. F18-546 

SCYTALINID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The Congrogadus family Congrogadidse.] In The fisher- 
ies and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, p. Ill, p. 243. 

SERRANIDjE. 

Burns, Frank: Rockfish in South Carolina. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 124- 

125. F18-558 

Goode, George Brown: [The sea bass Serranus atrarius.] In The fisheries and 

fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 407-410. 
[The groupers.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 

1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 410-413. 
[The striped bass Roccus lineatus.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 425-428. 

[The yellow bass.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 



1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 431. 

[The white perch Roccus americanus.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 431-433. 

HarreU, J. Dock: [Striped bass in Tangipahoa River.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 96. 

Healy, B.: Striped bass in Piankatank River, Virginia. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
vol. II, p. 75-76. F18-75 



80 U. S. BUKEAU OF FISHERIES. 

Jordan, David Starr: A review of the genera and species of Serranidse found in the 
waters of America and Europe. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 329-441, 
pi. LX-LXIX. Doc. 144 issued Mar. 25, 1891. Fll-325 

[The serranoid fishes of the Pacific coast.] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 413-414. 

Mason, Harry W.: Report of operations on the Navesink River, New Jersey, in 
1879, in collecting living striped bass for transportation to California. Report, 
1879 (1882), p. 663-666. F17-15 

Moaner, Gideon: Do striped bass (Roccus lineatus) feed on menhaden? Bulletin, 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 410. F18-154 
Norny, E. B.: On the propagation of the striped bass. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 

p. 67-68. F18-25 
A proposed pond for rearing striped bass (Roccus lineatus) in Delaware Bay. 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 260-261. F18-48 

Ryder, John Adam: The micropyle of the egg of the white perch. Bulletin, 1881 

(1882), vol. I, p. 282. F18-53 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Occurrence of black grouper or jew-fish Qff Block Island. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 240. F13-104 

Throckmorton, S. B.: The introduction of striped bass into California. Bulletin, 

1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 61-62. F18-21 

Wilson, Henry Van Peters: The embryology of the sea bass (Serranus atrarius). 

(List of papers referred to: p. 271-272.) Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 209-277. 

illus., pis. LXXXVIII-CVII. Doc. 160 issued July 7, 1891. F12-148 

Worth, Stephen G.: The artificial propagation of the striped bass (Roccus lineatus) 

on Albemarle Sound. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 174-177, pi. I-III. 

F18-34 
Report upon the propagation of striped bass at Weldon, N. C., in the spring 

of 1884. Report, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 225-231. F13-100 
Prospectus of striped bass operations for the season of 1885. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 35-36. F18-371 
The striped bass or rockfish industry of Roanoke Island, N. C., and vicinity. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 193-197. F18-666 

SILURID.E. 

Gardner, A. P.: Experiments in the pond culture of trout, suckers, and catfish. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 417-420. ' F18-157 

Hiester, Charles E.: Answers to questions relative to catfish. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 76-79. F18-76 

Jones, J. F.: The speckled catfish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 321-322. 

F18-323 
Jordan, David Starr: Proposed propagation of catfish as a food-fish. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 292. F18-316 
[The catfish family Siluridee.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. 1884. Sec. I. pt. Ill, p. 627-629. 
The habits and value for food of the American channel catfish (Ictalurus 

punctatus Rafinesque). Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 34. F18-372 

Jordan, David Starr, and Charles H. Gilbert: A review of the siluroid fishes 

found on the Pacific coast of tropical America, with descriptions of three new 

species. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 34-54. F12-345 

Jousset de Bellesme, Georges Louis Marie Felicien: American catfish in the 

Trocadero aquarium of Paris. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 257. F18-586 
Kendall, William Converse: Habits of some of the commercial catfishes. Bulletin, 

1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 399-409. Doc. 5S2 issued Aug. 9, 1903. F12-71 
American catfishes: Habits, culture, and commercial importance. Report 

and special papers. 1908 (1910), 39 p., X pi. Doc. IBS issued Aug. 23, 1910. 

10-35947 
Lefebvre, Alfred: The proposed introduction of American catfish into the rivers of 

Belgium. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 153-154. 
Lewis, George A.: [Gaff- topsail catfish taken in Narraganset Bay.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 144. 
McDonald, Marshall: Transferring catfish from the Potomac to the Colorado River, 

Arizona. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 212. FlS^-284 

Byder, John Adam: Preliminary notice of the development and breeding habits of 

the Potomac catfish, Amiurus albidus (Lesueur) Gill. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 

Ill, p. 225-230. F12-393 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGKAPHY. 81 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Sending catfish to Europe. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 433-434. F18-497 

Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Leighton G. Harron: Breeding habits of the yellow 

catfish. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 149-154. Doc. 517 issued Mar. 30, 

1903. F12-61 

Wilson, Thomas: The proposed introduction of catfish into Ghent. Bulletin, 1881 

(1882), vol. I, p. 340. F20- 

SOLEID.E. 

Goode, George Brown: [The American soles Soleidae.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 175-177. 

8PARID.E. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Natural history of some of the more important food 
fishes of the south shore of New England (scup).] Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 
228-235. 

Goode, George Brown: [The sheepshead family Sparidae.] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 381. 

- [The sheepshead Diplodus probatocephalus.] In The fisheries and fishery 
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- [The scup or scuppaug Stenotomus versicolor and S. Gardeni.] In The 
fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 
386-393. 

- [The sailor's choice Lagodon rhomboides .] In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 393-394. 

- - [Certain minor sparoids.l In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 

States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 394-395. 

Jordan, David Starr: A review of the sparoid fisheries of America and Europe. 
Report, 1889-91 (1893), p. 421-544, pi. 28-62. Doc. 219 issued Oct. 28, 1893. 

F14-84 



Goode, George Brown: [The barracouta family Sphyraenidae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 448. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Valuable food fish of California.! Bulletin, 1894 (1895), 
vol. XIV, p. 230-231. 



STROMATEID^E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The rudder-fish family Stromateidse.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 332-334. 



SYNGNATHID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The pipe-fish family Syngnathidae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 172-173. 

Ryder, John Adam: A contribution to the development and morphology of the 
Lophobranchiates (Hippocampus antiquorum, the sea horse). Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 191-199, pi. XVII. 



F2-320 

SYNODONTTD^E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The snake fish family Synodontidse.l In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 548. 



TENTHITIDJE. 



Goode, George Brown: [The surgeon-fish family Acanthuridae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 279-280. 



TETRODONTIP.E. 

Goode, Geo 



de, George Brown: [The bellows-fish family Tetrodontidae.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec.. I, pt. Ill, p. 170. 



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THYMALLID^. 



Goode, George Brown: [The grayling Thymallus tricolor.'] In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 505-507. 

Milner, James W.: Notes on the grayling of North America, [and descriptions of 
new species of Coregonus and Argyrosomus.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 729-742. 

Fll-206 



TRACHYPTERID.E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The deal-fish family Trachypteridae.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 449. 



TRICHIURID2E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The cutlass-fish Trichiurus lepturus.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 335-336. 



TRIGLID^E. 



Goode, George Brown: [The sea-robin or gurnard family Triglidse.] In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 255-258. 



XIPHIID^E. 



Clark, Alonzo Howard: Notes on the New England fishery for swordfish during the 
season of 1884. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 233-239. F17-126 

Goode, George Brown: Materials for a history of the swordfish. Report, 1880 
(1883), p. 289-394, XXIV pi. F16-284 

[The sword-fish family Xiphiidse.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 336-356. 

ZENID^. 

Goode, George Brown: [The dory family Zenidae.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 335. 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 

UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton, and Theodore Gill: Questions relative to the food- 
fishes of the United States. Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 3-6. F12-213 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Catalogue of the collections of fishes exhibited by the 
United States National museum. In Great International fisheries exhibition, 
London, 1883. United States of America, 124 p. Doc. 59 issued June 30, 1883. 

F12-295 

Eigenmann, Carl H.: Results of explorations in western Canada and northwestern 
United States. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 101-132, pi. 5-8. Doc. 282 
issued July 9, 1894. 6-10551 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and William Converse Kendall: Descriptions of 
new or little-known genera and species of fishes from the United States. Bulletin, 
1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 125-133, pi. 6-9. Doc. 858 issued Feb. 8, 1898. 

F12-242 

Gill, Theodore Nicholas: Catalogue of the fishes of the east coast of North America. 
Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 779-822. F15-124 

Jordan, David Starr: A catalogue of the fishes known to inhabit the waters of North 
America, north of the Tropic of Cancer, with notes on the species discovered in 
1883 and 1884. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 789-973. Doc. 94 issued Oct. 2, 1885. 

Fll-302 

The geographical distribution of fresh- water food-fishes in the several hydro- 
graphic basins of the United States. In The fisheries and fishery industries of 
the United States. 1887. Sec. Ill, p. 133-154 incl. tables. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 83 

Kendall, William Converse, and Hugh McCormick Smith: Extension of the re- 
corded range of certain marine and fresh-water fishes of the Atlantic coast of the 
United States. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 15-21. Doc. 233 issued Mar. 
19, 1894. . F12-172 

Smith, Hugh McCormick, and William C. Kendall: Notes on the extension of the 
recorded range of certain fishes of the United States coasts. Report, 1896 (1898), 
p. 169-176. Doc. 339 issued June 15, 1897. Fll-176 

ALABAMA. 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: Report of explorations made in Alabama during 1889, with y'"' 
notes on the fishes of the Tennessee, Alabama, and Escambia rivers. Bulletin, ** 
1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 143-159, II pi. Doc. 157 issued June 16, 1891. 

F12-145 

ALASKA. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Report on the salmon and salmon rivers of Alaska, with * 
notes on the conditions, methods, and needs of the salmon fisheries. Bulletin, 
1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 165-208, LV pi. XLV-LXXXVII (partly fold.) Doc. 159 
issued June 11, 1891. F12-147 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Edmund Lee Goldsborough: The fishes of 

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360, illus., pis. (partly col.). Doc. 624 issued Dec. 6, 1907. 7-35452 

Gilbert, Charles Henry, and Charles Victor Burke: Fishes from Bering Sea and 
Kamchatka. Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 31-96, illus. Doc. 754 issued 
May 6, 1912. F12-93 

Jordan, David Starr, and R. C. McGregor: List of fishes collected at the Re- 
villagigedo Archipelago and neighboring islands. Report, 1898 (1899), p. 271-284, 
pis. Doc. 404 issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-116 

Moser, Jefferson F.: The salmon and salmon fisheries of Alaska. Report of the 
operations of the United States Fish commission steamer Albatross for the year , 
ending June 30, 1898. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 1-178, illus., fold, 
charts, 63 pi. Doc. 408 issued July 27, 1899. F12-94 

The salmon fisheries of Alaska. Report of the Alaska salmon investigations 

of the United States Fish commission steamer Albatross in 1900 and 1901. Bul- 
letin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 1 p. 1., p. 173-398, 399*-401*, illus., fold, tables and 
charts, XLIV pi. Doc. 510 issued Oct. 31, 1902. F12-278 

Butter, Cloudsley: Notes on a collection of tide-pool fishes from Kadiak Island in 
Alaska. Bulletin 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 189-102, illus. Doc. 410 issued 
Aug. 21, 1899. F12-96 

ARKANSAS. 

Meek, Seth Eugene: Report of the explorations made in Missouri and Arkansas 

during 1889, with an account of the fishes observed in each of the river basins v 
examined. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 113-141, II pi. XLII. Doc. 156 * 
issued June 19, 1891. F12-144 

Report of investigations respecting the fishes of Arkansas conducted during 

1891, 1892, and 1893, with a synopsis of previous explorations in the same State. 
Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 67-94. Doc. 280 issued May 5, 1894. 

6-12593 

A list of fishes and mollusks collected in Arkansas and Indian Territory in ^ 

1894. Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 341-350. Doc. S06 issued Apr. 9, 1897. ' 

6-19634 

CALIFORNIA. 

Campbell, J. B.: Notes on McCloud River, California, and some of its fishes. Based 
upon a letter from J. B. Campbell. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 1, p. 44-46. 

F18-14 

Evermann, Barton Warren: The golden trout of the southern high Sierras. 
(Bibliography: p. 50-51.) Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 3-51, XVII pi. 
(partly col.) fold. map. Doc. 595 issued May 19, 1906. Fll-66 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: The fishes of the Klamath River basin. Bulletin, 1897 
(1898), vol. XVII, p. 1-13, illus. Doc. 351 issued Jan. 6, 1898. 11-19957 

Report on fishes obtained by the steamer Albatross in the vicinity of Santa 

Catalina Island and Monterey Bay. Report, 1898 (1899). p. 23-29. pis. Doc. 400 
issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-112 



84 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Qreeley, Arthur White: Notes on the tide-pool fishes of California, with a descrip- 
tion of four new species. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 7-20, illus. Doc. 
425 issued Dec. 13, 1899. F12-41 

Jordan, David Starr: Notes on the fresh-water species of San Luis Obispo County, 
California. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 141-142. Doc. 288 issued Nov. 
22, 1894. F15-50 

Jordan, David Starr, and Charles H. Gilbert: List of fishes inhabiting Clear Lake, 
California. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 139-140. Doc. 288 issued Nov. 
22, 1894. F15-50 

Juday, Chancey: Notes on Lake Tahoe, its trout and trout-fishing. (Literature 
cited: p. 146.) Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 133-146. Doc. 615 issued 
May 11, 1907. Fll-63 

Butter, Cloudsley: Notes on the fishes from streams and lakes of northeastern Cali- 
fornia not tributary to the Sacramento River basin. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. 
XXII, p. 143-148, illus. Doc. 516 issued Mar. 30, 1903. F12-60 

The fishes of the Sacramento-San Joaquin basin, with a study of their distri- 
bution and variation. (Bibliographical review: p. 111-117.) Bulletin, 1907 
(1908), vol. XXVII, p. 103-152, illus., pi. Doc. 637 issued Sept. 28, 1908. 

8-35668 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fish.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 282-285, 287, 
288. 

Snyder, John Otterbein: Notes on the fishes of the streams flowing into San 
Francisco Bay, California. Critical notes on Mylocheilus lateralis and Leuciscus 
caurinus. Report, 1904 (1905), p. 327-342, pi. Doc. 574 issued July 14, 1905. 

F10-9 

The fishes of the coastal streams of Oregon and northern California. Bulletin, 

1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 153-189, illus., fold. map. Doc. 638 issued Oct. 21, 
1908. 8-35707 

The fishes of the streams tributary to Monterey Bay, California. Bulletin, 

1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 47-72, pi. XIX-XXIV. Doc. 776 issued July 24, 
1913. F16-49 

The fishes of the streams tributary to Tomales Bay, California. Bulletin, 1914 

(1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 375-381, illus. Doc. 825 issued June 2, 1916. F16-107 

The fishes of the Lahontan system of Nevada and northeastern California. 

V- Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 33-86, illus., pi. III-V (part fold.). 
Doc. 843 issued Sept. 28, 1917. F17-260 

COLORADO. 

Jordan, David Starr: Report of explorations in Colorado and Utah during the 
summer of 1889, with an account of the fishes found on each of the river basins 
examined. Bulletin 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 1-40, V pi. Doc. 148 issued June 
11, 1891. F12-136 

Juday, Chancey: List of fishes collected in Boulder County, Colorado, with de- 
scription of a new species of Leuciscus. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, pi. 
223-227, illus. Doc. 565 issued Mar. 17, 1905. F12-50 

A study of Twin Lakes, Colorado, with special consideration of the food of the 

trouts. (Bibliography: p. 175-178.) Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 147- 
178. Doc. 616 issued May 24, 1907. Fll-64 

DELAWARE. 

Abbott, Charles Conrad: Notes on some fishes of the Delaware River. Report, 
1875-76 (1878), pi. 825-845. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Barton A. Bean: List of fishes known to in- 
habit the waters of the District of Columbia and vicinity. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 179-187. Doc. 409 issued Aug. 21, 1899. F12-95 

FLORIDA. 

Clarke, H. B.: [Fish in Florida waters.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 351. 
V Evermann, Barton Warren: The fish fauna of Florida. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 
vol. XVII, p. 201-208. Doc. S71 issued Aug. 8 t 1898. F12-110 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 85 

' 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and William Converse Kendall: Check-list of the Jt? 
fishes of Florida. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 35-103. Doc. 419 issued Oct. 4, 1.899. 

6-4028 

Henshall, James Alexander: Report upon a collection of fishes made in southern 
Florida during 1889. Bulletin 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 371-389, IV. Doc. 167 
issued Aug. 10, 1891. F12-154 

Notes on fishes collected in Florida in 1892. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 

p. 209-221. Doc. 292 issued May 20, 1895. 6-12590 

A plea for the development and protection of Florida fish and fisheries. Bulle- 



tin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 253-255. Doc. 377 issued Aug. 8, 1898 F12-110 

Jordan, David Starr: The fishes of the Florida Keys. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 77-80. F13-84 

Notes on the fishes collected in' the Tortugas Archipelago. Bulletin, 1902 



(1904), vol. XXII, p. 539-544, 2 pi. Doc. 547 issued Jan. 19, 1904. F12-75 

Jordan, David Starr, and Joseph C. Thompson: The fish fauna of the Tortugaa 
Archipelago. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 229-256, illus. Doc. 568 
issued May 3, 1905. F12-9 

Pierce, H. D.: Notes on the bluefish, mortality of Florida fishes, etc. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 263-266 F18-307 

Poey y Aloy, Felipe: list of food-fishes brought from Key West, Fla., into the 
markets of Havana. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 118. F18-88. 

Poincy, J. W. de: Description of a fish-trap and oyster basin. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 134. F18-389 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on Biscayne Bay, Florida, with reference to its 
adaptability as the site of a marine hatching and experiment station. Report, 
1895 (1896), p. 169-191. Doc. 333 issued Jan. 8, 1897. Fll-196 

Stevens, M. E.: [The fish of Indian River.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 98-99. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report on the fisheries of Indian River, Florida, trans- 
mitted to the U. S. Senate by the Commission of fish and fisheries, January 5, 
1897. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 223-262, pis. Doc. 341 issued June 16, 1897. 

Fll-179 

= Report on the fish and fisheries of the coastal waters of Florida, transmitted 

to the U. S. Senate by the Commissioner of fish and fisheries, January 28, 1897. \ / 
Report, 1896 (1898), p. 263-342. Doc. 342 issued Feb. 25, 1898. Fll-180 Jf 

Woolman, Albert J.: Report upon the rivers of central Florida, tributary to the * 
Gulf of Mexico, with list of fishes inhabiting them. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. 
X, p. 293-302, pi. LII-LIII. Doc. 198 issued Sept. U t 1892. F12-115 

GEORGIA. 

Gilbert, Charles H.: Notes on fishes from the lowlands of Georgia, with a description /* 
of a new species (Opsopoeodus bollmani). Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 
225-229. Doc. 142 issued Apr. 28, 1891 . Fll-323 

Hudson, George A.: Carp caught in Ogeechee River. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 123. F18-241 

IDAHO. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: A report upon salmon investigations in the head- 
waters of the Columbia River, in the State of Idaho, in 1895; together with notes 
upon the fishes observed in that State in 1894 and 1895. Bulletin, 1896 (1896), 
p. 149-202, pi. 67-72 (partly fold.). Doc. 318 issued Nov. 17, 1896. Fll-343 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Seth. Eugene Meek: A report upon salmon 
investigations in the Columbia River basin and elsewhere on the Pacific coast in 
1896. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 15-84, illus., 2 pi. Doc. 352 issued 
Jan. 6, 1898. F12-241 

ILLINOIS. 

Nelson, Edward William: Fisheries of Chicago and vicinity. (Containing lists of 
species taken at Chicago and fishing in adjacent waters; and species in the Illinois *X 
River in the vicinity of Peoria.) Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 783-800, illus. 

F16-69 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 

Meek, Seth Eugene: [Two small collections of fish from Indian Territory.] Bulle- 
tin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 94. 

A list of fishes and mollusks collected in Arkansas and Indian Territory in 1894. 

Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 341-350. Doc. 306 issued Apr. 9, 1897. 

6-19634 



86 XJ. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

INDIANA. 

Kirsch, Philip H.: A report upon explorations made in Eel River basin in the north- 
eastern part of Indiana in the summer of 1892. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 
p. 31-41. Doc. 235 issued Mar. 24, 1894. F12-175 

Meek, Seth Eugene: Report of explorations made during the summer and au- 
tumn of 1888, in the Alleghany region of Virginia, North Carolina, and Ten- 
nessee, and in western Indiana, with an account of the fishes found in each of 
the river basins of those regions. Bulletin 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 97-173, 
pi. XIII-XV. Doc. 136 issued Mar. 13, 1890. Fll-318 

IOWA. 

Meek, Seth. Eugene: Report upon the fishes of Iowa, based upon observations and 
collections made during 1889, 1890, and 1891. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, 
p. 217-248. Doc. 195 issued Sept. 14, 1892. F12-133 

Notes on the fishes of western Iowa and eastern Nebraska. Bulletin, 1894 

(1895), vol. XIV, p. 133-138. Doc. 288 issued Nov. 22, 1894. F15-50 

KENTUCKY. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: The fishes of Kentucky and Tennessee: A distribu- 
tional catalogue of the known species. (Bibliography: p. 305-368.) Bulletin, 
1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 295-368. Doc. 858 issued Jan. 10, 1918. F18-5 

Kirsch, Philip H.: Notes on the streams and fishes of Clinton County, Kentucky, 
with a description of a new darter. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 289-292, 
illus. Doc. 197 issued Sept. 14, 1892. F12-131 

Notes on a collection of fishes from the southern tributaries of the Cumberland 

River in Kentucky and Tennessee. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 259-268. 
Doc. 211 issued May 25, 1893. F12-158 

Woolman, Albert J.: Report on an examination of the rivers of Kentucky, with 
lists of the fishes obtained. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 249-288, pi. II. 
Doc. 196 issued Sept. 14, 1892. F12-130 

LOUISIANA. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Report on investigations by the U. S. Fish commission 
in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas in 1897. Report, 1898 (1899), p. 285-310, 
pis. Doc. 405 issued Mar. 21, 1899. Fll-117 

MAINE. 

Hanna, S. W.: Description of an eel-like creature taken in a net at New Harbor, 
Maine, in 1880. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 407-410, illus. F18-153 

Kendall, William Converse: Notes on the fresh-water fishes of Washington County, 
Maine. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 43-54. Doc. 236 issued Mar. 24, 
1894. F12-173 

[Fishes of Lake Sebago and Lake Cobbosseecontee.] Report, 1900 (1901), 

p. 128-129. 

- Notes on some fresh-water fishes from Maine, with descriptions of three new 
species. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 353-368, illus. Doc. 531 issued 
Aug. 14, 1903. F12-68 

- Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 



96 p., illus., IX pi. (part. col.). Doc. 783 issued Jan. 28, 1914. F14-1 

The Rangeley Lakes, Maine; with special reference to the habits of the fishes, 

fish culture, and angling. Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 485-594, 
illus., pi. XL-XLVI (part. col.). Doc. 861 issued May 25, 1918. F18-682 

MARYLAND. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on fishes from the lower Potomac River. Bulletin, 
1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 63-72, pi. XVIII-XX. Doc. 189 issued June 30, 1892. 

F12-128 

Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Barton A. Bean: List of fishes known to inhabit 
the waters of the District of Columbia and vicinity. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. 
XVIII, p. 179-187. Doc. 409 issued Aug. 21, 1899. F12-95 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: Natural history of SDine of the more important food- 
fishes of the south shore of New England. Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 228-252. 

F15-100 

List of fishes collected at Woods Hole. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 

821-827. F15-125 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: List of fishes collected by the U. S. Fish commission at 
Woods Hole, Massachusetts, during the summer of 1881. Report, 1882 (1884), 
p. 339-344. Doc. 87 issued Sept. 26, 1884. Fll-307 

Gill, Theodore Nicholas: State ichthyology of Massachusetts. Report, 1904 
(1905), p. 163-188. Doc. 567 issued Apr. 22, 1905. ^ 8-30676 

Goode, George Brown: The natural and economical history of the American men- 
haden. Report, 1877 (1879), XII, 529 p., XXXI pi. F12-236 

Luce Thomas B.: Occurrence of Batistes capriscus Gmelin (leather-jacket or file- 
fish) at New Bedford, Mass. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 469. F18-193 

Mather, Fred: [Note on sea bass, skates, etc.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 365. 

Sherwood, George H., and Vinal N. Edwards: [Notes on the migration, spawn- 
ing, abundance, etc., of certain fishes in 1900.] Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 
p. 27-31. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: The fishes found in the vicinity of Wood's Hole. Bulle- 
tin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 85-111, illus., pi. 3 (fold.). Doc. 353 issued Jan. 
6, 1898. F12-401 

[Additions to the fish fauna of the Woods Hole region in 1900.] Bulletin, 1901 

(1902), vol. XXI, p. 32. 

[Notes on the subtropical fishes observed at Woods Hole in 1900.] Bulletin, 

1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 32-33. 

U. S. Fisheries biological laboratory, Woods Hole: Biological notes no. 1. Bul- 
letin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 305-310. Doc. 447 issued Aug. 30, 1900. 

7-31521 

Biological notes no. 2. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 27-33. Doc. 474 

issued Sept. 26, 1901. 7-31521 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Notice of the remarkable marine fauna occupying the 
outer banks off the southern coast of New England, and of some additions to the 
fauna of Vineyard Sound. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 641-669. Fll-267 

MICHIGAN. 

Bollman, Charles H.: A report upon the fishes of Kalamazoo, Calhoun, and Antrim 
counties, Michigan. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 219-225. Doc. 141 
issued Mar. 25, 1891. Fll-322 

Beighard, Jacob Ellsworth: An ecological reconnoissance of the fishes of Douglas 
Lake, Oheboygan County, Michigan, in midsummer. (Literature cited: p. 249.) 
Bulletin, 1913 (1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 215-249, illus. Doc. 814 issued Oct. 11, 
1915. F15-90 

MINNESOTA. 

Cox, Ulysses Orange: A report upon the fishes of southwestern Minnesota. Report, 
1894 (1896), p. 605-616, map. Doc. 328 issued Dec. 14, 1896. Fll-194 

Woolman, Albert J.: Report upon ichthyological investigations in western Minne- 
sota and eastern North Dakota. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 343-372, map. Doc. 312 
issued Mar. 23, 1896. F17-122 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Report on investigations by the United States Fish 
commission in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas in 1897. Report, 1898 (1899), 
p. 285-310, pis. Doc. 405 issued Mar. 21, 1899. Fll-117 

MISSOURI. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Report upon the fishes of the Missouri River basin. 
Report, 1894 (1896), p. 325-429. Doc. 324 issued Nov. 27, 1896. Fll-190 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Kendall, William Converse: A list of the 
species of fishes known from the vicinity of Neosho, Missouri. Bulletin, 1894 
(1895), vol. XIV, p. 469-472. Doc. 297 issued May 23, 1896. 6-10564 

Meek, Seth Eugene: Report of explorations made in Missouri and Arkansas during 
1889, with an account of the fishes observed in each of the river basins examined. 
Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 113-141, II, pi. XLII. Doc. 156 issued June 
19, 1891. F12-144 



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MONTANA. 



Evermann, Barton Warren: [Annotated list of fishes obtained in Montana.] 
Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 41-52. 



NEBRASKA. 



Meek, Seth Eugene: Notes on the fishes of western Iowa and eastern Nebraska 
Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 133-138. Doc. 288 issued Nov. 22, 1894. 

F15-50 



NEVADA. 



Snyder, John Otterbein: The fishes of the Lahontan system of Nevada and north- 
eastern California. Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, 1 p. 1., p. 33-86, illus , 
pi. III-V (part fold.). Doc. 843 issued Sept. 28, 1917. F17-260 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Kendall, William Converse: Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. Report and 
special papers, 1912 (1914), 96 pi., illus., IX pi. (part col.). Doc. 783 issued Jan. 
28, 1914. F14-1 

Kendall, William Converse, and E. L. G-oldsborough: Fishes of the Connecticut 
Lakes and neighboring waters, with notes on the plankton environment. (By 
A. A. Doolittle: p. 65^77.) Report and special papers, 1907 (1909), 77 p., 12 
pis., fold, map, fold, diagr. Doc. 633 issued July 6, 1908. 8-35558 

NEW JERSEY. 

Abbott, Charles Conrad: Notes on some fishes of the Delaware River. Report, 

1875-76 (1878), p. 825-845. 
Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Report on the fishes observed in Great Egg Harbor Bay, 

New Jersey, during the summer of 1887. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 129- 

154 incl. tables, pi. I-III. Doc. 122 issued Dec. 8, 1888. Fll-251 

Moore, Henry Frank: List of fishes collected at Sea Isle City, New Jersey, during 

the summer of 1892. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 357-364. Doc. 229 

issued Feb. 28, 1894. F12-161 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Economic and natural history notes on fishes of the 

northern coast of New Jersey. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 365-380. 

Doc.. 230 issued Mar. 8, 1894. F12-162 

Van Mater, J. H.: Occurrence of Batistes vetula on the New Jersey coast. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 13. F18-203 

Ward, F. M.: Young salmon in northern New Jersey. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 345. F18-608 

NEW MEXICO. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: The fishes of Texas and the Rio Grande basin con- 
sidered chiefly with reference to their geographical distribution. ("Annotated 
list of the reptiles and batrachian collected in Missouri and Texas in the fall 
of 1891. By F. C. Test": p. 121.) Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 57-126. 
Doc. 225 issued Feb. 6, 1894. F12-160 

NEW YORK. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Notes upon an exploration on Long Island Sound. 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 33. F18-370 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and E. L. Goldsborough: Notes on the fishes and 

mollusks of Lake Chautauqua, New York. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 169-175. 

Doc. 483 issued Mar. 28, 1902. . Fll-19 

Loomis, Watts T.: A landlocked salmon caught in Erie Canal. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 288. F18-312 

Mather, Fred: Notes on cod, shrimp, etc., at Cold Springs Harbor. Bulletin, 1884, 

1884), vol. IV, p. 123. F18-242 

Merriam, C. Hart: The fish of Lake Champlain. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 287-288. F13-106 

Morgan, George: Capture of landlocked salmon at Oswego, New York. Bulletin, 

1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 15. F18-65 



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NORTH CAROLINA. 

Everxnann, Barton Warren, and Ulysses O. Cox: The fishes of the Neuse River 
basin. (Bibliography: p. 306-308.) Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 203-210. 
Doc. 303 issued Mar. 2, 1896. 6-10544 

Jordan, David Starr: Report of explorations made during the summer and au- 
tumn of 1888, in the Alleghany region of Virginia, North Carolina, and Ten- 
nessee, and in western Indiana, with an account of the fishes found in each of 
the river basins of those regions. Bulletin, 1888 (1889), vol. VIII, p. 97-173. 
Doc. 136 issued Mar. 13, 1890. Fll-318 

Linton, Edwin: [List of fifty-nine species of Beaufort fishes.] Bulletin, 1904 (1905), 
vol. XXIV, p. 339-416. 

Milligan, John D.: [Fishes in Lake Mattamuskeet.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 133-134. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Report on a collection of fishes from the Albemarle 
region of North Carolina. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 185-200. Doc. 208 
issued Mar. 22, 1893. Fll-352 

NORTH DAKOTA. 

Lord, Henry W.: The fish of Devil's Lake, Dakota. Bulletin, 1884 (1884). vol. IV, 
p. 351. F18-329 

Pope, Thomas E. B.: Devils Lake, North Dakota. A study of physical and bio- 
logical conditions, with a view to the acclimatization of fish. Report and special 
papers, 1907 (1909), 22 p., 3 pi., fold. map. Doc. 634 issued July 16, 1908. 8-35574 

Woolman, Albert J.: Report upon ichthyological investigations in western Minne- 
sota and eastern North Dakota. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 343-372, map. Doc. 312 
issued Mar. 23, 1896. F17-122 

OHIO. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Description of a new species of shad (Alosa ohiensis) 
with notes on other food fishes of the Ohio River. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 273- 
288. Doc. 499 issued May 26, 1902. Fll-24 

Hobbs, Orlando: A list of Ohio River fishes sold in the markets. Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 124-125. F18-28 

OREGON. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Seth Eugene Meek: A report upon salmon 
investigations in the Columbia River basin and elsewhere on the Pacific coast in 
1896. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 15-84, illus., 2 pi. Doc. 352 issued 
Jan. 6, 1898. F12-241 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: The fishes of the Klamath basin. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 
vol. XVII, p. 1-13. Doc. 351 issued Jan. 6, 1898. 11-19957 

Jordan, David Starr: The mountain or salmon trout of Oregon. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 310. F18-456 

Snyder, John Otterbein: Relationship of the fish fauna of the lakes of southeastern 
Oregon. Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 69-102, illus., fold, map, diagrs. 
Doc. 636 issued Sept. 26, 1908. 8-35669 

The fishes of the coastal streams of Oregon and northern California. Bulletin, 

1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 153-189, illus., fold. map. Doc. 638 issued Oct. 
21,1908. 8-35707 

TENNESSEE. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: The fishes of Kentucky and Tennessee: A distribu- 
tional catalogue of the known species. (Bibliography: p. 305-332.) Bulletin, 
1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 295-368. Doc. 858 issued Jan. 10, 1918. F18-5 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Samuel F. Hildebrand: Notes on the fishes of 
east Tennessee. Bulletin, 1914 (1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 431-451, illus. Doc. 
832 issued Sept. 21, 1916. F16-134 

Hay, Oliver Perry: On a collection of fishes from the lower Mississippi Valley. 
Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 57-75. F12-347 

Jordan, David Starr: Report of explorations made during the summer and autumn 
of 1888, in the Alleghany region of Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee, and 
in western Indiana, with an account of the fishes found in each of the river 
basins of those regions. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 97-173, pi. XIII-XV. 
Doc. 136 issued Mar. 13, 1890. Fll-318 

Kirsch, Philip H.: Notes on a collection of fishes from the southern tributaries of the 
Cumberland River in Kentucky and Tennessee. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, 
p. 259-268. Doc. 211 issued May 25, 1893. F12-158 






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TEXAS. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Notes on Texas fishes, with descriptions of new 
species.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 75-88, pi. XXXV-XXXCI. 

Report on investigations by the United States Fish commission in Mississippi, 

Louisiana, and Texas in 1897. Report, 1888 (1889), p. 285-310, pis. Doc. 405 
issued Mar. 21, 1899. Fll-117 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and William Converse Kendall: The fishes of 
Texas and the Rio Grande basin, considered chieflv with reference to their geo- 
graphic distribution. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 57-126, pi. X-L. Doc. 
225 issued Feb. 6, 1894. F12-160 

UTAH. 

Jordan, David Starr: Report of explorations in Colorado and Utah during the 
summer of 1889, with an account of the fishes found in each of the river basins 
examined. Bulletin 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 1-40, V pi. Doc. 148 issued June 
11, 1891. Fl 2-136 

Siler, Andrew L.: Depletion of fish in Panguitch and Bear Lakes, Utah. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 51. F18-214 

Snyder, John Otterbein: Three new whitefishes from Bear Lake, Idaho and Utah. 
Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, 7 p., illus. Doc. 864 issued May 7, 1919. 

F19-35 

VERMONT. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and William C. Kendall: An annotated list of the 
fishes known from the State of Vermont. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 579-604. Doc. 
327 issued Dec. 14, 1896. Fll-19 

VIRGINIA. 

Jordan, David Starr: Report of explorations made during the summer and autumn 
of 1888, in the Allegheny region of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, and 
in western Indiana, with account of the river basins of those regions. Bulletin, 
1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 97-173, pi. XIII-XV. Doc. 136 issued Mar. 13, 1890. 

Fll-318 

Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Barton A. Bean: List of fishes known to inhabit 
the waters of the District of Columbia and vicinity. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. 
XVIII, p. 179-187. Doc. 409 issued Aug. 21, 1899. F12-95 

WASHINGTON. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Fishes of the Columbia River basin.] Report, 1899 

(1900), p. CXXV. 
Evermann, Barton Warren, and Seth Eugene Meek: A report upon salmon 

investigations in the Columbia River basin and elsewhere on the Pacific coast in 

1896. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 15-84, illus., 2 pi. Doc. 352 issued Jan. 

6, 1898. F12-241 

Bathbun, Richard: A review of the fisheries in the contiguous waters of the State of 

Washington and British Columbia. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 251-350, pi. 8-16. 

Doc. 423 issued Nov. 15, 1899. Fll-108 

Townsend, Charles Haskin: [Fish in Seattle market.] Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. 

VIII, p. 54. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Goldsborough, Edmund Lee, and Howard Walton Clark: Fishes of West Virginia. 
Bulletin 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 29-39, II p., illus. Doc. 631 issued Mar. 19, 
1908. 8-35258 

WISCONSIN. 

Marshall, William Stanley, and N. C. Gilbert: Notes on the food and parasites 
of some fresh-water fishes from the lakes at Madison, Wis. (Bibliography, p. 522.) 
Report, 1904 (1905), p. 513-522. Doc. 591 issued Dec. 29, 1905. F10-13 

WYOMING. 

Curtis, J. E.: Fish in the National park and tributaries of Snake River . . . Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 335-336. F18-326 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Annotated list of fishes obtained in Wyoming.] Bul- 
letin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 41-52. 



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Jordan, David Starr: A reconnoissance of the streams and lakes of the Yellowstone 
national park, Wyoming, in the interest of the United States Fish commission. 
Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 41-63, II, pi. VII-XXII, fold. map. Doc. 
149 issued July 11, 1891. F12-137 

Kendall, William Converse: The fishes of the Yellowstone national park. Ap- 
pendix VIII, Report 1914 (1915), 28 p., front., illus. Doc. 818 issued July 16, 
1915. F15-79 

SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fishes, scientific names, common designations, and v 
vernacular of the region.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 356, pi. XLII- 
LXXIV. 

GREAT JAKES. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: List of species of fishes known to occur in the Great i^\ 
Lakes or their connecting waters. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 95-96. 
Doc. 486 issued Mar. 28, 1902. F12-271 V 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and W. C. Kendall: Notes on the fishes of Lake *"v 
Ontario. An annotated list of the fishes known to occur in Lake Champlain and 
its tributary waters. An annotated list of the fishes known to occur in the St. 
Lawrence River. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 209-240. Doc. 494 issued Apr. 28, 1902. 

Fll-21 

Jordan, David Starr: Notes on fishes observed in Lake Superior. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 191-192. F18-404 

Jordan, David Starr, and Barton Warren Evermann: A review of the salmonoid 
fishes of the Great Lakes, with notes on the whitefishes of other regions. Bulle- 
tin, 1909 (1911), vol. XXIX, p. 1-41, illus., col. pi. I-VII. Doc. 737 issued Feb. 
7, 1911. Fll-39 

Milner, James W.: [Food fishes of the Great Lakes.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 35- 
75. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Report on the fisheries of Lake Ontario. Bulletin, 1890 
(1892), vol. X, p. 177-215, pi. XXI-L. Doc. 194 issued July 16, 1892. 

F12-129 

COLORADO RIVER. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Cloudsley Butter: The fishes of the Colorado x/ 
basin. (Bibliography of the ichthyology of the Colorado basin: p. 476-480.) 
Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 473-486. Doc. 297 issued May 23, 1896. 

6-10564 

COLUMBIA RIVER. 

McDonald, Marshall; C. H. Gilbert; and B. W. Evermann: The salmon fisheries 
of the Columbia River basin, by Marshall McDonald . . . together with a 
report upon physical and natural-history investigations in the region, by C. H. 
Gilbert and B. W. Evermann. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 153-207, pi. 
13-25 (partly fold.). Doc. 290 issued Aug. 27, 1894. . F12-174 

DELAWARE RIVER. 

Abbott, Charles Conrad: Notes on some fishes of the Delaware River. Report, 
1875-76 (1878), p. 825-845. F16-71 

MAUMEE RIVER. 

Kirsch, Philip H.: Report upon investigations in the Maumee River basin during 
the summer of 1893. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 315-337. Doc. 295 
issued May 22, 1895. 6-10556 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER. 

Hay, Oliver Perry: On a collection of fishes from the lower Mississippi Valley. 

Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 57-75. F12-347 

Stringham, Emerson: [Names of fishes of the Mississippi River.] Appendix II, V 

Report, 1918 (1920), p. 8-9. 

MISSOURI RIVER. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and TJlysses O. Cox: Report upon the Missouri JL^ 
River basin. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 325-429. Doc. 324 issued Nov. 27, 1896. 

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Evermann, Barton Warren: List of species of fishes known to occur in the Great 
Lakes or their connecting waters. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 95-96. 
Doc. 486 issued Mar. 28, 1902. F12-271 



GULF OF MEXICO. 

Phillips, Barnet: Notes on a trip to the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 144. F18-255. 

CANADA. 

Eigenmann, Carl H. : Results of explorations in western Canada and the northwestern 
United States. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 101-132, pi. 5-8. Doc. 282 
issued July 9, 1894. 6-10551 

V Gilbert, Charles Henry: Notes on fishes from the basin of the Mackenzie River 
in British America. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 23-25. Doc. 234 issued 
Mar. 24, 1894. F12-178 

Nye, Willard: Notes taken during cruise of the Albatross to Grand Banks in June 
and July, 1885. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 336. F18-i70 

Rathbun, Richard: A review of the fisheries in the contiguous waters of the State 
of Washington and British Columbia. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 251-350, pi. 8-16. 
Doc. 423 issued Nov. 15, 1899. Fll-108 

WEST INDIES. 

BAHAMAS. 

Lee, Thomas: [Fishes collected by the Albatross in the Bahama Islands.] Report, 
1886 (1889), p. 669-672. 

CUBA. 

Eigenmann, Carl H.: The fresh- water fishes of western Cuba. Bulletin, 1902 
(1904), vol. XXII, p. 211-236, pi. 19-21. Doc. 526 issued July 20, 1903. F12-65 

PORTO RICO. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Millard Caleb Marsh: Descriptions of new 
genera and species of fishes from Porto Rico. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 351-362. 
Doc. 427 issued Dec. 19, 1899. 6-10554 

The fishes of Puerto Rico. Bulletin, 1900 (1903), vol. XX, pt. 1, p. 49-350, 

illus., 52 pis. incl. 3 fold. maps. Doc. 451 issued Dec. 15, 1900. 5-4161 

MEXICO. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Notes on fishes collected at Cozumel, Yucatan, by the 
U. S. Fish commission, with descriptions of new species. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), 
vol. VIII, p. 193-206, pi. XXVIII-XXIX. Doc. 138 issued Mar. 13, 1890. 

Fll-320 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Edmund Lee Goldsborough: A report on 
fishes collected in Mexico and Central America, with notes and descriptions of 
five new species. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 137-159, illus. Doc. 495 
issued May 3, 1902. 6-37425 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and William Converse Kendall: [Fishes of Mexico.] 
Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 89. 

Jordan, David Starr, and Charles H. Gilbert: List of fishes collected at Ma- 
zatlan, Mexico. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 105-108. F12-387 

Jordan, David Starr, and John Otterbein Snyder: Notes on a collection of 
fishes from the rivers of Mexico, with descriptions of twenty newSpecies. Bulle- 
tin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 115-147, illus. Doc. 436 issued Aug. 30, 1899. 

F12-22 

Woolman, Albert J.: Report on a collection of fishes from the rivers of central 
and northern Mexico. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 55-66, pi. Doc. 279 
issued May 2, 1894. 6-10555 



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CENTRAL AMERICA. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Edmund Lee Goldsborough: A report on fishes 
collected in Mexico and Central America, with notes and descriptions of five new 
species. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 137-159, illus. Doc. 495 issued 
May ,?, 1902. 6-37425 

Gilbert, Charles H.: List of fishes observed at Punta Arenas, on the Pacific coast of 
Central America. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 112. F12-386 

Jordan, David Starr: List of fishes collected at Panama by Charles H. Gilbert. 
Bulletin, 1882 (1883),. vol. II, p. 109-111. F12-330 

Jordan, David Starr, and Barton Warren Evermann: A check list of the fishes 
and fish-like vertebrates of North and Middle America. Report, 1895 (1896), 
p. 207-584. Doc. 836 issued Dec. 28, 1896. Fll-199 

Jordan, David Starr, and Charles H. Gilbert: Descriptions of nineteen new species 
of fishes from the Bay of Panama. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 306-335. 

Fll-219 
SOUTH AMERICA. 

Krause, Hans Gunner: The fisheries of the west coast of South America. Report, 
1879 (1882), p. 515-522. F17-8 

Quelch, J. J.: Fish and fishing in British Guiana. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 237-240. Doc. 260 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

Fishery Board of Scotland: [English, German, and Latin names of edible British 
fishes and mollusks.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 80-81. 

Fuller, Thomas: Carp in England in the seventeenth century. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 14. F18-204 

ASIA. 

INDIA. 

Day, Francis: The fisheries of India. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 383-413. F17-32 

JAPAN. 

Baldwin, Charles H.: Notes on the fish and fisheries of Japan. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 352. F18-330 

Jordan, David Starr, and Edwin Chapin Starks: List of fishes dredged by the 
steamer Albatross off the coast of Japan in the summer of 1900, with descriptions 
of new species and a review of the Japanese Macrouridae. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 
vol. XXII, p. 577-630, illus., 8 pi. Doc. 551 issued Aug. 13, 1904. F12-51 

OCEANICA. 

AUSTRALIA. 

Dannevig, G. M.: Salmonidse in Australia. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 440-442. 

F18-502 

Whitcombe, W. P.: Notes on the acclimatization of fish in Victoria, Australia. Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 31-32. F18-209 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: The deep-sea fishes of the Hawaiian Islands. Bulletin, 
1902 (1905), vol. XXIII, pt. II, p. 575-713, illus., pi. 66-101. Doc. 582 issued 
Aug. 5, 1905. Fll-390 

Jenkins, Oliver Peebles: Descriptions of new species of fishes from the Hawaiian 
Islands, belonging to the families of Labridse and Scaridse. Bulletin, 1899 
(1901), vol. XIX, p. 45-65, illus. Doc. 433 issued Aug. 30, 1900. F12-15 

Descriptions of fifteen new species of fishes from the Hawaiian Islands. Bulle- 
tin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 387-404. illus. Doc. 456 issued June 16, 1901. 

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Jenkins, Oliver Peebles: Report on collections of fishes made in the Hawaiian 
Islands, with descriptions of new species. Bulletin, 1902 (1903), vol. XXII, p. 
417-511, illus., IV pi. Doc. 534 issued July 23, 1903. F12-73 

Jordan, David Starr: The fishes and fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands. A prelimi- 
nary report, by David Starr Jordan and Barton Warren Evermann. Commercial 
fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands, by John Nathan Cobb. Report, 1901 (1902), 
p. 353-499, pi. 21-27. Doc. 504 issued Oct. 23, 1902. Fll-27 

Jordan, David Starr, and Barton Warren Evermann: Descriptions of new 
genera and species of fishes from the Hawaiian Islands. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 
vol. XXII, p. 161-208. Doc. 523 issued Apr. 11, 1903. F12-63 

Descriptions of a new genus and two new species of fishes from the Hawaiian 

Islands. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 209-210. Doc. 525 issued July 9, 
1903. F12-64 

The shore fishes of the Hawaiian Islands, with a general account of the fish 

fauna. (Bibliography: p. 28-30.) Bulletin, 1903 (1905), vol. XXIII, pt. 1, 
p. 1-574, illus., LXXIII pi. (partly col.) fold. map. Doc. 577 issued July 29, 
1905. 5-36162 

Jordan, David Starr, and John O. Snyder: Notes on fishes of Hawaii, with descrip- 
tions of new species. Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVII, p. 205-218, illus., pi. 
XII-XIII, col. Doc. 623 issued Oct. 25, 1907. 7-35378 

Snyder, John Otterbein: A catalogue of the shore fishes collected by the steamer 
Albatross about the Hawaiian Islands in 1902. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, 
p. 513-538, 12 pi. Doc. 546 issued Jan. 19, 1904. F12-74 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and Alvin Seale: Fishes of the Philippine Islands. 

(Bibliography: p. 107-110.) Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 49-110, illus. 

Doc. 607 issued Jan. 11, 1907. Fll-61 

Jordan, David Starr, and Robert Earl Richardson: Fishes from islands of the 

Philippine Archipelago. Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 233-287, illus. 

Doc. 640 issued Dec. 16, 1908. 8-35768 

Jordan, David Starr, and Alvin Seale: Fishes of the islands of Luzon and Panay. 

Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 3-48, illus. Doc. 606 issued Jan. 11, 1907. 

Fll-60 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on five food fishes of Lake Buhi, Luzon, Philip- 
pine Islands. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 167-171, illus., pi. XXII. Doc. 

501 issued 1902. F12-277 

SAMOA. 

Jordan, David Starr: The fishes of Samoa. Descriptions of the species found in 
the archipelago, with a provisional check-list of the fishes of Oceania. ("Glossary 
of principal words composing native names of Samoan fishes, by W. E. Safford": 
p. 446-455.) Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 173^55, XXX p., illus., pi. 
XXXIII-LIII (partly col.). Doc. 605 issued Dec. 15, 1906. Fll-70 

Safford, William Edward: [Glossary of principal words composing native names of 
Samoan fishes.] Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 446-455. 

OCEANS. 

ATLANTIC OCEAN. 

tJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: List of collections made by the fishing vessels of Glou- 
cester and other New England seaports for the U. S. Fish commission, from 1877 
to 1880. The fishes included in the list were identified by G. Brown Goode and 
T. H. Bean. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 787-835. F17-23 

BERING SEA. 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: The ichthyological collections of the U. S. Fish commission 
steamer Albatross during the years 1890 and 1891. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 393- 
476, pi. 20-35. Doc. 326 issued Dec. 8, 1896. F16-222 

Gilbert, Charles Henry, and Charles Victor Burke: Fishes from Bering Sea and 
Kamchatka. Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 31-96, illus. Doc. 754 issued 
May 6, 1912. F12-93 



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PACIFIC OCEAN. 

Evennann, Barton Warren, and Seth Eugene Meek: A report upon salmon 
investigations in the Columbia River basin and elsewhere on the Pacific coast in 
1896. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 15-84, illus., 2 pi. Doc. 352 issued 
Jan. 6, 1898. F12-241 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: The ichthyological collections of the U. S. Fish commission 
steamer Albatross during the years 1890 and 1891. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 393- 
476, pi. 20-35. J)oc. 326 issued Dec. 8, 1896. F16-222 

Report on fishes obtained by the steamer Albatross in the vicinity of Santa 

Catalina Island and Monterey Bay. Report, 1898 (1899), p. 23-29. Doc. 400 
issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-112 

Jordan, David. Starr, and B. C. McGregor: List of fishes collected at Revillagigedo 
Archipelago and neighboring islands. Report, 1898 (1899), p. 271-284. Doc. 
404 issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-116 



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Missouri: Neosho 


Work of Bureau's stations . 


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Montana: Bozeman 


Alaska 


New Hampshire: Nashua 


Afognak 


New Jersey . 


Lituik Lake 


Delaware River 


Quadra Bay 


Gloucester City 


Yes Bav 


New York 


Arkansas: Mammoth Springs. 
California . . . 


Cape Vincent 


Cold Spring Harbor 


Baird 


Roslyn 


Battle Creek 


North Carolina 


Crooks Creek 


Avoca 


Fort Gaston 


Edenton 


Korbel 


Weldon 


Mill Creek 


Ohio 


Colorado : Leadville 


Put in Bay 


District of Columbia 


Sandusky 


Arsenal . ... 


Oregon 


Central station 


Baker Lake 


Fishponds 


Clackamas 


Navy yard 


Rogue River 


Georgia: Cold Spring 


Salmon River 


Illinois: Quincy 


Siuslaw River 


Iowa. 


Upper Clackamas 


Manchester 


Pennsylvania 1 Bristol 


North McGregor 


South Carolina : Orangeburg . . 
South Dakota' Spearfish 


Kentucky: Louisville 


Louisiana: Atchafalaya . 


Tennessee* Erwin 


Maine 


Texas' San Marcos 


Boothbay Harbor 


Utah' Springville 


Bucksport 


Vermont 


Craig Brook 


Holden 


Grand Lake Stream 


St Johnsbury 


Green Lake 


Virginia 


Maryland.. 


Gunston 


Bryans Point 


Quantico 


Druid Hill Park . . 


Wytheville 


Fort Washington 


Washington 


Havre de Grace 


Big White Salmon 


North East River 


Birds view 


Massachusetts. 


Brinnon 


Berkshire 


Darrington 


Gloucester... 


D uckab ush 


Woods Hole.... 


Eagle Creek 


Michigan 


Little White Salmon 
Quilcene River 


Alpena 


Charlevoix 


Quiniault Lake 


Northville 


Sultan 


Minnesota 


Tanner Creek 


Duluth 


West Virginia: White Sul- 
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United States 


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Austria 


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Alaska 


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Belgium . . . 


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Arizona 


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Calif orn ia 


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France 


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Colorado 


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Germany 


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Florida . ... 


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Illinois 


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Italy 


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Iowa 


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Netherlands 


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Maine 


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Norway 


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Michigan 


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Sweden 


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Montana 


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Switzerland 


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New Jersey 


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Oceanica 


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North Carolina 


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Australia 


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Oregon 


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New Zealand 


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Pennsylvania 


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Sandwich Islands 


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South Dakota 


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Tasmania 


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Vermont 


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Wyoming 


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Alewife 


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Pacific Coast 


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Bass 


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Canada 


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Buffalofish 


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Mexico 


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Carp 


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Europe 


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Catfish 


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General 


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Cod 


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Austria 


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Grappie 


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Belgium 


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Eels 


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Denmark 


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Flounder 


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Finland 


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Goldfish 


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France 


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Grayling 


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Germany 


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Herring 


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Great Britain 


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Mackerel 


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Iceland 


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Menhaden .... 


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Italy 


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Mullet 


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Norway 


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Perch 


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Russia 


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Pike perch 


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Spain 


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Rockfish w 


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Sweden 


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Salmon 


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Switzerland 


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Saibling... 


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Asia 


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Sea Bass 


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China 


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Shad 


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Japan 


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Sheepshead 


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Oceanica . 


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Smelts 


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Hawaiian Islands 


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Sturgeon . . . 


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New Zealand 


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Suckers 


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Tautosr 


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Introduced species 


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Trout 


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United States 


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Whitefish 


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Ontario 


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( Turbot 


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Cuba 


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Methods 


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Mexico 


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Aeration 


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South America 


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Apparatus and appliances 


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Argentina 


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GENERAL WORK OF BUREAU. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Report on the establishment of fish-cultural stations 
in the Rocky Mountain region and Gulf States. (1. A reconnaissance of the 
streams and lakes of western Montana and northwestern Wyoming. 2. A report 
upon investigations made in Texas in 1891.) Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, 90 p., 
XXXVI pi. (part. fold.). Doc. 205 issued May 25, 1892. Fll-345 

Goode, George Brown: The status of the United States Fish commission in 1884. 
A review of what has been accomplished in fish-culture, and the investigation 
of the American fisheries. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1139-1180. Doc. 75 issued 
Aug. 9, 1884. Fll-272 

McDonald, Marshall: Memorandum of some results of fish-culture already at- 
tained. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 261-262. F18-306 

Report of the division of distribution of the United States Fish commission 

for the year 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1051-1087, tables. ^ F17-38 

Report on the distribution of fish and eggs by the U. S. Fish commission for 

the season of 1885-86. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 385-394. F18-617 

Report of the distribution of fish and eggs by the United States Fish com- 
mission from January 1, 1886, to June 30, 1887. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 833-842. 
Address of the chairman of the general committee of the World's Fisheries 



Congress. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 15-16. F12-183 

Page, William F.: The most recent methods of hatching fish eggs. Bulletin, 1888 

(1890), vol. VIII, p. 207-218. Fll-321 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: [Tables of distribution of fish and fish-eggs. Nos. I-X.] 

Report, 1881 (1884), p. LXIII-LXVI. 
A statistical review of the production and distribution to public waters of 

young fish, by the U. S. Fish commission, from its organization in 1871 to the 

close of 1880. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 825-915 incl. tables. F16-345 

Index to the distribution, made under the auspices of the United States 



Fish commission, of fish in public waters of the United States, during the decade 
ending 1880. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 917-1035. F16-344 

Titcomb, John W.: Fish-cultural practices in the United States Bureau of Fisheries. 
Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 697-757, pi. LXXVII-LXXXIX, diagrs. 
Doc. 675 issued Apr. 25, 1910. 10-35554 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Directions for using blanks for recording the propagation 
and distribution of fish. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 563-568. 

F16-30 

Memorandum of some results of the artificial propagation and planting of fish 

(German whitefish, Maine salmon, rainbow trout, shad, carp, catfish) due mainly 
to the efforts of the U. S. Fish commission. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 208- 
215, pi. XVII. F18-41 

Report of the distribution of fish and eggs by the U. S. Fish commission from 

July 1, 1887, to June 30, 1888. Report, 1887 (1891), p. 363-370. F16-85 

Observations upon fishes and fish-culture. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, 

p. 49-61. Doc. 188 issued June 20, 1892. F12-135 

Report of distribution of fish and eggs from July 1, 1888, to June 30, 1889. 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 379-394. Doc. 179 issued Dec. 3, 1892. F12-221 

Report on the propagation and distribution of food -fishes. Report, 1893 (1895) , 

p. 78-138; 1895 (1896), p. 6-72; 1896 (1898), p. 11-92; 1897 (1898), p. XVIII-XC; 
1898 (1899), p. XXXI-CXXII; 1899 (1900), p. XXXV-CXVIII, pi. VIII-XXIX; 
1900 (1901), p. 25-118; 1901 (1902), p. 21-110, illus., pi. 4-5; 1902 (1904), p. 22-110; 
1903 (1905), p. 29-74; 1904 (1905), p. 25-80; 1905 (1907), 64p., Doc. 602 issued Oct. 1, 
1906; 1906 (1908), 78 p., Doc. 613 issued Mar. 12, 1907; 1907 (1909), 78 p., Doc. 630 
issued Feb. 4, 1908; 1908 (1910), 93 p., Doc. 644 issued Mar. 6, 1909; 1909 (1911), 
103 p., Doc. 728 issued Feb. 12, 1910; 1910 (1911), 112 p., Doc. 740 issued June 1, 
1911; 1912 (1914), 108 p., Doc. 770 issued Mar. 31, 1913; 1913 (1914), 122 p., 
Doc. 794 issued June 13, 1914; 1914 (1915), 114 p., Doc. 808 issued Feb. 23, 1915; 
1915 (1917), 138 p., Doc. 828 issued Mar. 4, 1916; 1916 (1917), 111 p., Doc. 837 
issued Feb. 26, 1917; 1917 (1919), 99 p., Doc. 846 issued Feb. 1, 1918; 1918 (1920), 
82 p., Doc. 863 issued Oct. 11,1919; 1919 (1921), 76 p., Doc. 878 issued Sept. 9, 
1920. 

A manual of fish- culture, based on the methods of the United States Commission 

of fish and fisheries. (Contents. Introduction, by J. J. Brice. The salmons of 
the Pacific coast, by L. Stone. The Atlantic and landlocked salmons, by C. G. 
Atkins. The rainbow trout, by G. A. Seagle. The brook trout, by F. N. Clark. 
The lake trout, by F. N. Clark. The whitefish, by J. J. Stranahan. The shad, 
by S. G. Worth, The black basses, crappies, and rock bass, by W. F. Page. 



100 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

The miscellaneous fresh-water fishes. The cod. The common mackerel. The 
flatfish or winter flounder. Miscellaneous salt-water fishes. The American lob- 
ster, by H. M. Smith. The transportation offish and fish eggs, by J. F. Ellis. 
Spawning seasons of fishes propagated, character of fish eggs, period of incuba- 
tion, etc. Notes on the edible frogs of the United States and their artificial 
propagation, by F. M. Chamberlain. Oysters and methods of oyster-culture, by 
H. F. Moore. Notes on clam-culture.) Report, 1897 (1898), 340 p., illus., pi. 
1-62, 1-XVIII. Doc. 345 issued Nov. 1, 1897. Fll-119 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: A manual of fish-culture, based on the methods of the 
U. S. Commission of fish and fisheries, with chapters on the cultivation of 
oysters and frogs. Revised edition, 340 p., illus., pi. 1-64, I-XVIII. [Addi- 
tions The graylings, by J. A. Henshall. The pike perch or wall-eyed pike, by 
J. J. Stranahan.] Doc. 345 issued Oct. 17, 1900. Fll-119 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: (Propagation and distribution of food fishes.) 
Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. XVI-XXXI; 1873-1875 (1876), p. XV-XLVI; 
1875-76 (1878), p. 8-50; 1877 (1879), p. 18-48; 1878 (1880), p. XXV-XLV; 1879 
(1882), p. XXVII-LI ; 1880 (1883), p. XXVII-XXXVI ; 1881 (1884), p. XLII-LVI ; 
1882 (1884), p. LV-LXXXIV; 1883 (1885), p. LXXI-XCI; 1884 (1886), p. XLVI- 
LXVI; 1885 (1887), p. LXXII-CIV; 1886 (1889), p. XXVII-XLIV; 1887 (1891), 
p. XIII-LII; 1888-89 (1892), p. XVIII-XXXVII; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 10-60; 
1892 (1894), p. XIV-LXVIII; 1893 (1895), p. 14-16; 1894 (1896), p. 20-80. 

WORK OF BUREAU'S STATIONS. 
GENERAL. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Fish-cultural stations operated, 1913-1919.] 
Report, 1913 (1914), p. 7-10; 1914 (1915), p. 39^2; 1915 (1917), p. 7-10; 1916 
(1917), p. 8-11; 1917 (1919), p. 53-55; 1918 (1920), p. 10-11; 1919 (1921), p. 31-33. 

ALASKA. 

AFOGNAK. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Afognak Bay, River, and Lake, set aside by 
proclamation of December, 1892, for use of the U. S. Commission of fish and fisher- 
ies.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 8. 

[Completion of station.] Report, 1908 (1910), p. 16. 

LITUIK LAKE. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Site selected, materials and supplies purchased.] 
Report, 1907 (1909), p. 9. 

QUADRA BAY. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of field station at Quadra Bay.] 
Report, 1915 (1917), p. 14. 

YES BAY. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Recommendation for site.] Report, 1905 
(1907), p. 18-19. 

[Establishment of hatchery on Lake McDonald.] Report, 1906 (1908), p. 11. 

[Completion of station.] Report, 1907 (1909), p. 9. 

ARKANSAS: MAMMOTH SPRINGS. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 12. 

[Purchase of site.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 14. 

CALIFORNIA. 
BAIRD. 

Stone, Livingston: Account of operations at the McCloud River fish-breeding 
stations of the U. S. Fish commission, from 1872-1882, inclusive. Bulletin, 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 217-236. F12-359 

History of operations at the fish-hatching stations on the McCloud River, Cali- 
fornia, from the beginning, August, 1872, to October, 1884. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 28-31. F18-367 

Report of operations at the United States salmon-hatching establishment on 

the McCloud River, California. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 168-215; 1873-74 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 101 

and 1874-75 (1876), p. 437-478; 1875-76 (187$), 'p. 921-958, illus.; 1877 (1879), 
p 797-810- 1878 (1880), p. 741-770; 1879 (1882), p. 695-708, 715-720; 1880 (1883), 
p 597-613,615-621; 1881 (1884), p. 1063-1078, 1079-1083; 1882(1884), p. 839-850, 
851-855; 1883 (1885), p. 989-1006; 1884 (1886), p. 169, 171-176; 1885 (1887), p. 
131-140; 1886 (1889), p. 737-745. 

Stone, Livingston: Report of operations in California in 1873 : Report, 1873-74 and 
1874-75 (1876), p. 377-429. F16-21 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at McCloud River.] Report, 1873-74 



and 1874-75 (1876), p. XXII-XXX; 1875-76 (1878), p. 24; 1877 (1879), p. 33-34; 
1880 (1883), p. XXIX-XXX; 1882 (1884), p. XXV, LXX-LXXI; 1883 (1885), 




(1896) p 49; 1895 (1896), p. 44-45; 1896 (1898), 66-67; 1897 (1898), p. LXVI- 
LXVII; 1898 (1899), p. XCIII; 1899 (1900), p. XCVI-XCVIII, pi. XXII; 1900 
(1901), p. 85-90; 1901 (1902), p. 74-77. 

[Act of March 2, 1889, appropriates funds for quarters.] Report, 1889-1891 

(1893), p. 49. 

BATTLE CREEK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of station.] Report, 1897 (1898), 

p. LXVII-LXIX. 

[Act, 1898, authorizing permanent station.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. XXIX. 

[Operations at Battle Creek.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. XCX-XCVII; 1899 

(1900), p. XCVIII-C; 1900 (1901), p. 90-91; 1902 (1904), p. 77-78. 

CROOKS CREEK. 

IT. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of Crooks Creek station.] Re- 
port, 1879 (1882), p. XXX-XXXI. 
[Operations at Crooks Creek station.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. XXX. 



FORT GASTON. 



U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Fort Gaston station.] Report, 
1889-91 (1893), p. 51-52; 1892 (1894), p. LVIII-LIX; 1893 (1895), p. 119-120; 
1894 (1896), p. 49-50; 1895 (1896), p. 46-47; 1896 (1898), p. 67-68; 1897 (1898), 
p. LXXIII; 1898 (1899), p. XCVII-XCVIII. 



KORBEL. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Korbel.] Report, 1894 (1896), 
p. 50; 1895 (1896), p. 47-48. 

MILL CREEK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations of station.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 
74-75. 

COLORADO: LEADVILLE. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Leadville.] Report, 1888-89 
(1892), p. XXXV; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 47-49; 1892 (1894), p. LV-LVII; 1893 
(1895), p. 114-117; 1894 (1896), p. 47-48; 1895' (1896), p. 42-44; 1896 (1898), p. 
62-65; 1897(1898),p.LXIII-LXV; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXVIII-XC; 1899(1900), 
p. LXXXIX-XCI; 1900 (1901), p. 79-81; 1901 (1902), p. 69-71; 1902 (1904), p. 
65-67. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

ARSENAL. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of ice pond for carp.] Report, 1878 (1880), 
p. XLII; 1879 (1882), p. XXXVII; 1880 (1883), p. XIX; 1881 (1884), p. XVII; 
1882 (1884), p. XXV; 1883 (1885), p. XXVI; 1884 (1886), p. XVII; 1885 (1887), 
p. XXV; 1886 (1889), p. XLIII. 

CENTRAL STATION. 

Brown, J\ E.: [Carp, goldfish, ides, and catfish handled at Central station.] Bulle- 
tin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 309. 



102 r. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

McDonald, Marshall: Report of operations at Central station, United States Fish 
commission. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 879-890, illus., pis.; 1883 (1885), p. 1017- 
1034, incl. tables, diagr. F16-315 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Brief mention.] Report, 1881 (1884), XVI- 
XVII; 1882 (1884), p. XXV; 1883 (1885), p. XXVI; 1884 (1886), p. XVII; 1885 
(1887), p. XXIV; 1887 (1891), p. XXVII-XXVII1; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXVI- 
XXVIII; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 33-35; 1892 (1894), p. XXXV-XXXVII; 1893 
(1895), p. 93-96; 1894 (1896), p. 31-33; 1895 (1896), p. 26-27; 1896 (1898), p. 39- 
40; 1897 (1898), p. XLVII-XLVIII; 1898 (1899), p. LXII-LXIII, 1899 (1900), 
p. LXII; 1900 (1901), p. 53; 1901 (1902), p. 46-47; 1902 (1904), p. 44-45. 

FISH PONDS. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of Monument lot authorized by Congress.] 
Report, 1876-77 (1879), p. 43. 

[Operations at Fish Ponds.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. XL-XLI; 1879 (1882), p. 

XXXVI; 1880 (1883), p. XIX; 1881 (1884), p. L-LII; 1882 (1884), p. XXV; 1883 
(1885), p. XXVI; 1884(1886), p. LXII-LXIV; 1885(1887). p. XXIV-XXV; 1886 
(1889), p. XXXVIII; 1887 (1891), p. XXVII; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXVIII; 1889- 
1891 (1893), p. 35; 1892(1894), p. XXXVII-XXXIX; 1893 (1895), p. 96-97; 1894 
(1896), p. 35-36; 1895 (1896), p. 24-25; 1896 (1898), p. 42-44; 1897 (1898), p. 
XLIX-LI; 1898 (1899), p. LXIV-LXXII; 1899 (1900), p. LXIII-LXV; 1900 
(1901), p. 52-53; 1901 (1902), p. 45; 1902 (1904), p. 43. 

NAVY YARD. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Propagation and distribution of shad (Alosa sapidis- 
sima) in the spring of 1880.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 655-657. 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report of the operations of the Navy Yard shad-hatching 
station in Washington, D. C., during the season of 1882. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 
891-897, pis. F16-321 

GEORGIA: COLD SPRING. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Site donated.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. XXVIII- 
XXIX. 

ILLINOIS: QUINCY. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Operations at Quincy.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 
XXX-XXXI; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 44; 1892 (1894), p. XLIX-L; 1893 (1895), p. 
108-110; 1894 (1896), p. 45; 1895 (1896), p. 37-38; 1896 (1898), p. 57-59; 1897 
(1898), p. LVII; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXV; 1899 (1900), p. LXXXII-LXXXIII; 
1900 (1901), p. 71; 1901 (1902), p. 62; 1902 (1904), p. 59. 

IOWA. 

MANCHESTER. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Operations at Manchester.] Report, 1897 (1898), p 
LVII-LVIII; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXII-LXXXV; 1899 (1900), p. LXXXIT1- 
LXXXV; 1900 (1901), p. 72-75; 1901 (1902), p. 62-64; 1902 (1904), p. 60-62. 

NORTH M'GREGOR. 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Establishment of rescue station at North McGregor.] 
Report, 1904 (1905), p. 39. 

KENTUCKY: LOUISVILLE. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1912 (1914), p. 64. 
- [Donation of site by State.] Report, 1913 (1914), p. 69. 

LOUISIANA: ATCHAFALAYA. 

IT. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Brief mention.] Report, 1918 (1920), p. 10. 

MAINE. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Memoranda relative to inclosures for the confinement of salmon, 
drawn from experience at Bucksport, Penobscot River, Maine. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 170-174. F13-92 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 103 



BOOTHBAY HARBOR. 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 16. 

Work of the Bureau of fisheries and its fish-cultural station at Boothbay Harbor, 

Me. 1917. [Occasional papers.] F17-186 



BUCKSPORT. 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Bucksport.] Report, 1872-73 
(1874), p. XVIII-XIX; 1873-1875 (1876), p. XXX; 1875-76 (1878), p. 25; 



1877 (1879), p. 36; 1878 (1880), p. XXIX; 1879 (1882), p. XXXI; 1880 (1883), 
p. XXXI; 1881 (1884), p. XLVII; 1882 (1884), p. XXIV; 1883 (1885). p. LXXX; 
1884 (1884), p. XVI; 1885 (1887), p. XXIII; 1886 (1889), p. XL; 1887 (1891), 



CRAIG BROOK. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Sketch of the Penobscot salmon-breeding establishment. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1883), vol. II, p. 373-378. Fl 2-374 
. Report on the propagation of Penobscot salmon in 1886-87. Report, 1888-89 

(1892), p. 747-749. F20--161 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Craig Brook.] Report, 1883 

(1885), p. 79-82; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 13-19; 1892 (1894), p. XVIII-XXI; 1893 

(1895), p. 79-82; 1894 (1896), p. 21-23; 1895 (1896), p. 12-15; 1896 (1898), p. 

17-21; 1897 (1898), p. XXI-XXV; 1898 (1899), p. XLII-XLIV; 1899 (1900), p. 

XLV-LI; 1900 (1901), p. 36-38; 1901 (1902), p. 29-31; 1902 (1904), p. 29-31. 

rT^_j-_ 1- 1 * T - ,X~J-.I 4- / 1^. -T . "D ^~1- T T> v-v^. A 4. 1 OOO 



-[Establishment of permanent station at Craig Brook.] Report, 1888-1889 



(1892), p. XXII-XXIII. 

GRAND LAKE STREAM. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Report on the collection and distribution of schoodic salmon 

eggs. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 817-846, pi.; 1880 (1883), p. 633-665, incl. tables; 

1882 (1884), p. 863-871; 1884 (1886), p. 181-187; 1885 (1887), p. 145-156; 1886 

(1889), p. 751-759. 
Sketch of the schoodic salmon-breeding establishment. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 379-382. F12-375 

Report on the schoodic salmon work of 1884-1885. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 323-324. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Grand Lakes Stream.] Report, 

1875-76 (1878), p. 25-26; 1876-77 (1879), p. 37-38; 1878 (1880), p. XXXII-XXXV; 

1879 (1882), p. XXXII-XXXIII; 1880 (1883), p. XXXI; 1881 (1884) p. XLVII- 




(1894), p. XVII; 1893 (1895), p. 79. 

GREEN LAKE. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Report on the propagation of Penobscot salmon in 1879-80. 

Report, 1879 (1882), p. 721-731, incl. tables. 
Sketch of the Penobscot salmon-breeding establishment. Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 373-378. F12-374 

Report on the propagation of Penobscot salmon in 1884-85. Report, 1884 



(1886), p. 177-179, tables. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Green Lake.] Report, 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 20-22; 1892 (1894), p. XXI-XXII; 1893 (1895), p. 82-86; 1894 (1896), 
p. 24-26; 1895 (1896), p. 9-12; 1896 (1898), p. 14-16; 1897 (1898), p. XIX-XX; 
1898 (1899), p. XL-XLII; 1899 (1900), p. XLIII-XLV; 1900 (1901) p. 34-35; 
1901 (1902), p. 28-29; 1902 (1904), p. 26-29. 



104 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



MARYLAND. 

BRYANS POINT. 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1892 (1894). p 
XXXI-XXXV. 



[Operations at Bryans Point.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 92-93; 1894 (1896), 

p. 30-31; 1895 (1896), p. 28-29; 1897 (1898), p. XLIV-XLV; 1898 (1899), p. LXI- 
LXII; 1899 (1900), p. LXII-LXIII; 1900 (1901), p. 51; 1901 (1902), p. 44; 1902 
(1904), p. 41-42. 

DRUID HILL PARK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of Druid Hill Park.] Report, 1877 (1879), 
p. 42-43; 1878 (1880) p. XL; 1879 (1882), p. XXXVII; 1880 (1883), p. XIX. 

FORT WASHINGTON. 

Babcock, William C.: Report of shad operations conducted at Fort Washington, Md 
' Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1035-1042 incl. tables; 1884 (1886), p. 189-197 incl. tables, pi. 

Fll-35 
McDonald, Marshall: Report of shad propagation on the Potomac River during 

the season of 1886. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 815-817. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Fort Washington.] Report, 1883 
(1885), p. XXVI; 1884 (1886), p. LVIII-LIX; 1885 (1887), p. LXXXIX; 1886 
(1889), p. XXXVI; 1887 (1891), p. XXV; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXVI; 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 32-33. 

HAVRE DE GRACE. 

Clark, Frank Nelson: Notes on experiments in penning shad and taking eggs at 

Battery station, Havre de Grace, Md., in 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1045-1050. 

F17-37 
Grabill, L. B.: Report of operations at the shad-hatching station on Battery Island, 

near Havre de Grace, Md., during the season of 1884. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 

807-814 incl. tables. F17-36 

Hamlen, William: Report of operations at the Battery Island station, Havre de 

Grace, Md., during the season of 1884. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 199-208 incl. 

tables. 
Low, W. F.: Report of operations at the Havre de Grace, Md., shad -hatching 

station during the season of 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1043-1044 incl. tables. 
Ravenel, William de Chastignier: [Table of temperatures and densities at St. 

Jerome Station, Havre de Grace, Md., for the year 1886.] Report, 1886 (1889), 

p. 768-777. 
Taylor, Fred W.: Analysis of artesian-well water from the shad-hatching station 

at Havre de Grace, Md. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 348. F18-145. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Battery Island.] Report, 1878 

(1880), p. XXXVI; 1879 (1882), p. XXXV; 1880 (1883), p. XXXII-XXXIII; 

1881 (1884), p. L; 1882 (1884), p. LXXIV-LXXVII; 1883 (1885), p. LXXXIV- 

LXXXV; 1884 (1886), p. LVII 

1887 (1891), p. 



L882 (1884), p. LXXIV-LXXVII; 1883 (1885), p. LXXXIV- 
16), p. LVIII-LIX; 1885 (1887), p. XCI; 1886 (1889), p. LXII; 
. v ^^ y , ~. .^V-XXVI; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXV-XXVI; 1889-1891 (1893), 
p. 30-31; 1892 (1894), p. XXIX-XXX; 1893 (1895), p. 91; 1894 (1896), p. 29-30; 
1895 (1896), p. 22-24; 1896 (1898), p. 37-39; 1897 (1898), p. XLII-XLIV; 1898 
(1899), p. LIX-LXI; 1899 (1900), p. LX-LXII; 1900 (1901), p. 49-51; 1901 (1902), 
p. 43; 1902 (1904), p. 40-41. 



p. 

Report of shad-hatching operations at Battery station, Havre de Grace, Md., 
season of 1885 and 1887. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 401-410; 1886 (1886), 
vol. VI, p. 361-368; 1887 (1887), vol. VII, p. 95-100 incl. tables. F18-613 

- [Closure of fish hatchery at Havre de Grace, Md.] Report, 1917 (1919), p. 76-78. 



NORTH EAST RIVER. 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. L; 1882 
(1884), p. LXXVI. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

BERKSHIRE. 



U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Donation to U. S. Bureau of fisheries of trout- 
hatching plant by Mrs. Mary A. Scully.] Report, 1917 (1919), p. 55. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 105 

GLOUCESTER. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Gloucester.] Report, 1878 
(1880), p. XLII-XLIV; 1879 (1882), p. XXXVII-XXVIII; 1887 (1891), p. XV- 
XVI; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXIII-XXIV; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 22-24; 1892 (1894), 
p. XXII; 1893 (1895), p. 86-87; 1894 (1896), p. 26-27; 1895 (1896), p. 17-18; 1896 
(1898), p. 24-26; 1897 (1898), p. XXX-XXXVIII; 1898 (1899), p. L-LII; 1899 
(1900), p. LXXX-LV; 1900 (1901), p. 45-47; 1901 (1902), p. 35-36; 1902 (1904), 
p. 37-38. 

WOODS HOLE. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Woods Hole.] Report, 1884 

(1886), p. XV; 1885 (1887), p. LXXVIII; 1886 (1889), p. XXXIX-XL; 1887 

(1891), p. XVI-XVII; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXIV-XXV; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 

24-28; 1892 (1894), p. XXIV-XXVII; 1893 (1895), p. 88-90; 1894 (1896), p. 27-29 ; 

1895 (1896), p. 18-22; 1896 (1898), p. 27-31; 1897 (1898), p. XXXVI-XXXVII; 

1898 (1899), p. LII-LXI; 1899 (1900), p. LVI-LVIII; 1900 (1901), p. 45-47; 1901 

(1902), p. 36-38; 1902 (1904), p. 36-37. 

[Selection and description of site.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XXXVII-XL. 

[Congressional action in regard to the Woods Hole station.] Report, 1882 

(1884), p. LXI. 

[Permanent sea-coast station.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. XXXVII-XLI. 

[Description of Woods Hole.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. LIII-LVI. 



MICHIGAN. 



Clark, Frank Nelson: Report of operations at the Michigan stations of the U. S. 
Fish commission for the year 1886-87. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 729-736. 

ALPENA. 

Clark, Frank N.: Description of the U. S. fish hatchery at Alpena, Michigan 

Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 388. 
[Report on operations at Alpena.] Report, 1880 (1883), p 568-572- 1882 

(1884), p. 815-817; 1883 (1885), p. 978-979; 1884 (1886), p. 151-167; 1885 (1887), 

p. 121-129. 

[Fish-cultural operations at Alpena.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 42-43. 




(1894), p. XLVI-XLVII; 1895 (1896), p. 35-36; 1896 (1898), p. 54-55; 1897 (1898) 
p. LVI-LVII; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXI; 1899 (1900), p. LXXX-LXXXI. 
[Establishment of station.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. XXV. 



Worth, Stephen G.: [Operations at Alpena.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 105-106. 

CHARLEVOIX. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Substation established.] Report, 1903 (1905), 
p. 13. 

NORTHVILLE. 

Clark, Frank Nelson: Account of operations at the Northville fish-hatching station 
of the United States Fish commission, from 1874 to 1882, inclusive. Bulletin 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 355-372, illus. F12-373 

Report of operations at Northville and Alpena. Report, 1880 (1883), p 

553-596; 1881 (1884), p. 1037-1062; 1882 (1884), p. 813-838; 1883 (1885), p. 975- 
988; 1884 (1886), p. 151-167 1885 (1887), p. 121-129; 1886 (1889), p. 729-736. 

Report on distribution of fish and eggs from Northville and Alpena stations 



for 1885-86. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 395-399. F18-618 

U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Purchase of station and all facilities from Clark.] 
Report, 1880 (1883), p. XXVII. 

[Operations at Northville.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XLIV; 1882 (1884), p 

LXIV-LXVIII; 1883 (1885), p. LXXVI-LXXVII; 1884 (1886), p. LII-LIII; 
1885 (1887), p. LXXVII-LXXIX, LXXXII; 1886 (1889), p. XXXI, XXXII, 
XXXIII, 1887 (1891), p. XX-XXII; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXXI-XXXII; 1889- 
1891 (1893), p. 39-42; 1892 (1894), p. XLIII-XLVI; 1893 (1895), p. 103-105; 
1894 (1896); p. 40-42; 1895 (1896), p. 33-35; 1896 (1898), p. 52-54; 1897 (1898) 
p. LV-LVI; 1898 (1899), p. LCCVII; 1899(1900), p. LXXVII-LXXIX; 1900 
(1901), p. 64-70; 1901 (1902), p. 57-61; 1902 (1904), p. 53-58. 



106 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



MINNESOTA. 

DULUTH. 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of station.] Report, 1887 (1891), 
p. XXXIV. 
-[Operations of station at Duluth.] Report, 1888-89 (189_2), p. XXXIII- 

L.X. 



XXXIV; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 43-44; 1892 (1894), p. XLVII-XLIX; 1893 (1895), 
p. 106-108; 1894 (1896), p. 44; 1895 (1896), p. 36; 1896 (1898), p. 55-56; 1897 
(1898), p. LVII-LIX; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXI-LXXXII; 1899 (1900), p. LXXXI- 



p. 106-108; 1894 (1896), p. 44; 1895 (1896), p. 36; 1896 (1898), p. 55-56; 1897 

98), p. LVII-LIX; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXI-LX 
LXXXII; 1900 (1901), p. 70-71; 1901 (1902), p. 60-62; 1902 (1904), p.*58. 



IT. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Site purchased and construction begun.] 

Report, 1910 (1911), p. 11. 
[Completion of buildings.] Report, 1912 (1914), p. 65. 

MISSISSIPPI: TUPELO. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 

15-16. 
[Purchase of site.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 13. 

[Progress of construction.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 14. 

MISSOURI: NEOSHO. 

McDonald, Marshall: [Report in reference to the establishment of a fish-cultural 

station of the U. S. Fish commission in southwest Missouri.] Report, 1887 (1891), 

p. XXXI-XXXIII. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Neosho.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 

p. XXXIV; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 45-47; 1892 (1894), p. L-LIV; 1893 (1895), p. 

110-117; 1894 (1896), p. 45-47; 1895 (1896), p. 38-41; 1896 (1898), p. 59-62; 1897 

(1898), p. LIX-LXI; 1898 (1899), p. LXXXV-LXXXVII; 1899 (1900), p. 

LXXXVII-LXXXIX; 1900 (1901), p. 77-79; 1901 (1902), p. 65-66; 1902 (1904), 

p. 64-65. 

MONTANA: BOZEMAN. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of station at Bozeman.] Re- 
port, 1893 (1895), p. 7-8. 

[Brief mention.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 8; 1895 (1896), p. 2. 

[Operations at Bozeman.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. LXV-LXVI; 1898 (1899), 

p. XCI-XCII; 1899 (1900), p. XCI-XCII; 1900 (1901), p. 83-85; 1901 (1902), p. 
73-74; 1902 (1904), p. 69-71. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE: NASHUA. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 

XXVII. 
[Operations at Nashua.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 42-43; 1901 (1902), p. 34-35; 

1902 (1904), p. 34-36. 

NEW JERSEY. 

DELAWARE RIVER. 

17. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations on Delaware River.] Report, 1892 
(1894), p. XXVIII-XXIX; 1893 (1895), p. 90; 1894 (1896), p. 28-29; 1895 (1896), 
p. 22; 1896 (1898), p. 33-37; 1899 (1900), p. LIX-LX; 1900 (1901), p. 49; 1901 
(1902), p. 42-43; 1902 (1904), p. 39-40. 

GLOUCESTER CITY. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Gloucester City.] Report, 1885 
(1887), p. XCIII-XCIV; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 28-29. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 107 



NEW YORK. 

CAPE VINCENT. 



U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Cape Vincent selected as site.] Report, 1894 

(1896), p. 18. 
- [Operations at Cape Vincent.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 32-33; 1897 (1898), p. 

XXIX-XXX; 1898 (1899), p. XLVII-L; 1899(1900), p. LI-LIII; 1900 (1901), 



p. 47-49; 1901 (1902), p. 38-42; 1902 (1904), p. 38-39. 

COLD SPRING HARBOR. 

Mather, Fred: Account of eggs repacked and shipped to foreign countries, under the 
direction of the U. S. Fish commission. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 809-812; 1883 
(1885), p. 973-974; 1884 (1886), p. 143-150; 1885 (1887), p. 117-120; 147-150; 

p. 
Report of operations at Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island. Report, 1884 



p. 

89), 



1886 (1889), p. 829-831. 



(1886), p. 129-142; 1885 (1887), p. 109-115; 1886 (1889), p. 721-728. 

Report of the hatching operations at Cold Spring Harbor, New York, during 



the season of 1884-85, and the distribution in the spring of 1885. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 469-472. F18-512 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of State hatchery at Cold Spring Harbor 
by U. S. Fish commission.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. XIX; 1884 (1886), p. XVI; 
1885 (1887), p. XXIII-XXIV; 1886 (1889), p. XLI; 1887 (1891), p. XXVIII; 
1888-89 (1892), p. XXV, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 28; 1892 (1894), p. XXVII-XXVIII. 

ROSLYN. 

Mather, Fred: Report upon the hatching and distribution of Penobscot and land 
locked, or schoodic, salmon in the spring of 1882. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 873-877. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of Chapham' s establishment for hatching 
salmon.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. LXVIII-LXIX. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

AVOCA. 

Milner , James W. : [Work at Avoca station during 1878.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 617- 
Tanner, Zera Luther: [Work of the Fish Hawk at Avoca.] Report, 1881 (1884), 

p. 59-60. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Avoca station.] Report, 1881 

(1884), p. XLIX. 

EDENTON. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 

XXIX-XXX 
- [Operations at Edenton.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 57-59; 1901 (1902), p. 50-52; 

1902 (1904), p. 47-48. 

WELDON. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Joint operations by State and U. S. Fish com- 
mission.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. XLVIII. 

OHIO. 
PUT-IN BAY. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Put-in Bay.] Report, 1899-1891 
(1893), p. 38-39; 1892 (1894), p. XL-XLII: 1893 (1895), p. 100-102; 1894 (1896), p. 
37-40; 1895 (1896), p. 31-32; 1896 (1898), p. 49-51; 1897 (1898), p. LIII-LIV; 1898 
(1899), p. LXX-LXXXI, pi. XIII-XVI; 1899 (1900), p. LXXI-LXXVI; 1900 
(1901), p. 60-63; 1901 (1902), p. 55-57; 1902 (1904), p. 50-53. 

SANDUSKY. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of State hatchery by U. S. Fish commission.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1891), p. XXIX-XXX; 1889-1891 (1893), p., 37. 



108 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

OREGON. 

BAKER LAKE. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1899 (1900), 



/ommissipner or jbisneries: L&eiection ot site.j iteport, isyy (lyuuj, p. AA1A. 
[Description of hatchery and operations for 1900.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 
96-97. 

[Report of operations for 1901.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 83-84; 1902 (1904), 



p. 81-82. 

CLACKAMAS. 

Hubbard, \V. F.: Report of the salmon-hatching operations in 1878 at Clackamas 

hatchery. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 771-772. 
Stone, Livingston: Report of operations at the salmon-hatching station on the 

Clackamas River in 1877. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 783-796. F16-117 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Establishment of station.] Report, 1878 (1880), 

p. XXVII. 
[New station proposed on the Clackamas River, Oregon.] Report, 1886 (1889), 

p. XLIX. 
[Operations at Clackamas station.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. XXVII; 1887 

(1891), p. XIX-XX; 1888-89 (1892), p. XXXVI-XXXVII; 1889-1891 (1893), 

p. 52-53; 1892 (1894), p. LIX-LX; 1893 (1895), p. 121-122; 1894 (1896), p. 51; 

1895 (1896), p. 48; 1896 (1898), p. 69-70; 1897 (1898), p. LXIX-LXX; 1898 

(1899), p. XCVII-C; 1899 (1900), p. XCIII-XCIV; 1900 (1901), p. 91-92; 1901 

(1902), p. 78-80; 1902 (1904), p. 75-77. 

ROGUE RIVER. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 

CI-CII. 
[Operation of station.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 78. 

[Station reopened.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 92-94. 

SALMON RIVER. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site for auxiliary station.] Report, 

1897 (1898), p. LXX-LXXI. 

[Operations at Salmon River.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 01; 1899 (1900), p. 

XCIV-XCV. 

SIUSLAW RIVER. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operation of hatchery near Mapleton, Oreg., 
by U. S. Fish commission.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. CIV. 

UPPER CLACKAMAS. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [History of station.] Report, 1898 (1899), 
p. XCIX-C. 

- [Operations of station.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. XCIV. 

PENNSYLVANIA: BRISTOL. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Use of Pennsylvania State natchery.] Report, 

1898 (1899), p. LIX. 

SOUTH CAROLINA: ORANGEBURG. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1912 (1914), p. 64. 

- [Purchase of site.] Report, 1913 (1914), p. 69. 

SOUTH DAKOTA: SPEARFISH. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. XV. 

[Purchase of site.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. XXVI. 

[Operations at Spearfish.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 81-83; 1901 (1902), p. 71-72; 

1902 (1904), p. 68-69. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 109 

TENNESSEE: ERWIN. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Act of August 5, 1892, authorizing the estab- 
lishment of the station.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 18. 

[Selection of site.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. XV. 

[Operations at Erwin.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. LXVII-LXX; 1899 (1900), p. 

LXIX-LXXI; 1900 (1901), p. 59-60; 1901(1902), p. 52-53; 1902 (1904), p. 48-49. 

TEXAS: SAN MARCOS. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. 

LXIII. 

[Donation of site.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 7. 

[Operations at San Marcos.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. LXI-LXII; 1898 (1899), 

p. LXXXyn-LXXXVIII; 1899 (1900), p. LXXXV-LXXXVIII; 1900 (1901), 

~4), P- 



p. 76-77; 1901 (1902), p. 67-69; 1902 (1904), p. 62-64. 

[Closure of hatchery at San Marcos.] Report, 1917 (1919), p. 77-78. 

[Station reopened.] Report, 1918 (1920), p. 10. 

UTAH: SPRINGVILLE. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 75. 

VERMONT. 
HOLDEN. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Purchase of land for auxiliary station.] Re- 
port, 1910 (1911), p. 11. 

ST. JOHNSBURY. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 6. 

[Construction of station.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 2. 

[Operations at St. Johnsbury.] Report, 1895 (1896), p. 15-17; 1896 (1898), p. 

21-24; 1897 (1898), p. XXV-XXIX; 1898 (1899), p. XLV-XLVIII; 1899 (1900), 
p.XLVIII-LI; 1900(1901), p. 39-42; 1901 (1902), p. 31-33; 1902 (1904), p. 32-34. 

VIRGINIA. 
GUNSTON. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations of barges on the Potomac River in 
1881.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XLIX. 

QUANTICO. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Quantico.] Report, 1882 (1884), 
p. LXXII; 1883 (1885), p. LXXXIII-LXXXIV. 

WYTHEVILLE. 

McDonald, Marshall: Report of operations at the trout-breeding station at Wythe- 

ville, Va., from its occupation in January, 1882, to June 30, 1887. Report, 1885 

(1887), p. 103-108; 1886 (1889), p. 793-800. Fll-258 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Wytheville.] Report, 1898 

(1899), p. LXVI-LXVII; 1899 (1900), p. LXVI-LXIX; 1900 (1901), p. 55-57; 

1901 (1902), p. 47-50; 1902 (1904), p. 45-47. 
[Act passed by the Virginia Legislature authorizing transfer of station from 

State to United States.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. XXVII. 
[Operations of State hatchery by U. S. Fish commissioner.] Report, 1882 

(1884), p. XVIII; 1883 (1885), p. XXV; 1884 (1886), p. XVI; 1885 (1887), p. 

XXIII; 1886 (1889), p. XLI; 1887 (1891), p. XXII-XXIII; 1888-89 (1892), p. 
- XXIX; 1889-1891 (1893), p. 36-37; 1895 (1896), p. 29-31; 1896 (1898), p. 47-49; 

1897 (1898), p. LI-LII. 



110 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



WASHINGTON , 
BIG WHITE SALMON. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operations at Big White Salmon. 1 Report, 
1902 (1904), p. 80-81. 

BIRDS VIEW. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Purchase of land.] Report, 1911 (1913), p. 62. 

BRINNON. 

U. S. Commissioner of of Fisheries: [New station operated on the Dusenwallops 
River.] Report, 1913 (1914), p. 13. 

DARRINGTON. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Field station established on the Sauk River. 1 
Report, 1913 (1914), p. 13. 

DUCKABUSH. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site and completion of buildings.] 
Report, 1911 (1913), p. 62. 

EAGLE CREEK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operated as auxiliary of Little and Big White 
Salmon.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 38. 

LITTLE WHITE SALMON. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 

LXXI-LXXII. 
[Operations at Little White Salmon.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. CII-CIV; 1899 

(1900), p. XCV; 1900 (1901), p. 94-96; 1901 (1902), p. 81-83; 1902 (1904), p. 79-80. 

QUILCENE RIVER. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1911 (1913), p. 62. 

QUINIAULT LAKE. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Location of new field station.] Report, 1915 
(1917), p. 8. 

SULTAN . 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Field station established on Elwell Creek.] 
Report, 1913 (1914), p. 13. 

TANNER CREEK. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Operated as auxiliary of Little and Big White 
Salmon.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 38. 

WEST VIRGINIA. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 15. 
[Construction of station.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 12. 



WYOMING: SARATOGA. 

iheries: [Selection of site. 
[Purchase of land for site.] Report, 1914 (1915), 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Selection of site.] Report, 1912 (1914), p. 64. 

""), P- 76. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. Ill 

WORK OF BUREAU'S CARS. 

Eastman, Frank S.: Description of the U. S. Fish commission car No. 2, designed 

for the distribution of young fish. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 39-41, pis. 
Ellis, J. Frank: The transportation of fish and fish eggs. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 

239-244; also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 239-244. 
McDonald, Marshall: Summary of distribution of fish by one car during the past 
season. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 295. F18-138 

Stone, Livingston: [California aquarium car.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 

p. 385-390. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Car and messenger service.] Report, 1894 
(1896), p. 52; 1896 (1898), p. 71; 1897 (1898), p. XIX; 1898 (1899), p. XXXIV- 
XXXVI; 1899 (1900), p. XLII; 1900 (1901), p. 16; 1901 (1902), p. 9; 1902 (1904), 
p. 10; 1903 (1905), p. 10; 1904 (1905), p. 6-7; 1905 (1907), p. 8; 1906 (1908), p. 8; 
1907 (1909), p. 8. 

. [Description of car No. 1.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XLII; 1882 (1884), p. XXX; 

1883 (1885), p. XXXVI. 

[Description of car No. 2.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. XXX; 1883 (1885), 

p. XXXVI. 

[Constructed in 1884.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. XXIII. 
[Cars 1, 2, and 3.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. XXXIII-XXXIV. 
[Trip of car No. 3, to Michigan.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 106. 
[First use of car for hatching, Lambertville, Pa.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 
XCIV. 

[New transportation car No. 5.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. XXXI. 

[Car 3 utilized as hatchery on St. Johns River.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. XIX. 



FISH CULTURE BY COUNTRIES. 

UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Blackford, Eugene G.: Opening remarks of the chairman of the fish-cultural section 
of the Fisheries Congress. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 191. 

Borodine, N.: Statistical review of fish culture in Europe and North America. 
Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 193-196. Doc. 254 issued June 9, 1894. 

F12-183 

Ewart, J. Cosser: [A Scotch view of our methods.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 
V, p. 83. 

Harding, Garrick M.: Suggestions to fish culturists. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 
p. 55-56. F18-17 

Hubrecht, Ambrosius Arnold Willem: Fish culture as seen at the London exhibi- 
tion, with special references to its history, apparatus, and the methods used in the 
United States. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 337-348. F12-397 

Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish culture in the United States.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 
Ill, p. 363-382. 

Milner, James W.: The progress of fish culture in the United States. Report, 
1872-73 (1874), p.,523-558, pi. XIV-XV. F15-116 

Nordqvist, Oscar: Some notes about American fish culture. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 
vol. XIII, p. 197-200. Doc. 255 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

Stone, Livingston: Some brief reminiscences of the early days of fish culture in 
the United States. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 337-343. Doc. 391 issued 
Aug. 8, 189*. F12-110 

Summary of reports for 1878 by State fish commissioners respecting the increase of 
food fishes by artificial propagation. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 925-943. F16-187 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Reports of special conferences with the American fish 
culturists association and State commissioners of fisheries. Report, 1872 and 
1873 (1874), p. 757-773. 

ALASKA. 

Fassett, Harry Clifford: [The Karluk hatchery.] Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 
p. 331-348, illus., pi. XXXII-XXXIV. 

ARIZONA. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Inquiry respecting suitable site for fish-cultural 
work.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 109. 



112 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Campbell, J. B.: Notes on McCloud River, California, and some of its fishes. Based 

upon a letter from J. B. Campbell. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 44-46. 

F18-14 
Green, Seth: Rearing of California mountain trout (Salmo irideus). Bulletin, 

1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 23. F18-11 

Poppe, Robert A.: The introduction and culture of the carp in California. Report, 

1878 (1880), p. 661-666. F16-173 

Titcomb, John W.: [Landlocked salmon, trout, striped bass, and shad in California.] 

Quoted by C. A. Vogelsand. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 33-34. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Hatching and distribution of California salmon. A. 

Report on California salmon spawn hatched and distributed, by J. H. Slack. 

B. Hatching and distribution of California salmon in tributaries of Great Salt 

Lake, by A. P. Rockwood. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 431-435. 

F16-22 

COLORADO. 

Titcomb, John W.: [Trout introduced into Colorado.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 32. 

FLORIDA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on Biscayne Bay, Florida, with reference to its 
adaptability as the site of a marine hatching and experiment station. Report, 
1895 (1897), p. 169-191. Doc. 333 issued Jan. 8, 1897. Fll-196 

ILLINOIS. 
Bartlett, S. P.: [Fish-culture in Illinois.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 107. 

IOWA. 

Mosher, A. A.: Notes on fish-culture in Iowa. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 312. 

F18-459 

MAINE. 

Stanley, E. M.: [Work of the Maine commission.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 465. 

MICHIGAN. 

Post, Hoyt: Fish-culture in Michigan. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 201-211. 
Doc. 256 issued June 26, 1894. ' F12-183 

MONTANA. 

Crosby, John Schuyler: Stocking the streams of Montana with fish. Bulletin, 1883 
(1883), vol. Ill, p. 301-302. F18-140 

Henshall, James Alexander: Culture of the Montana grayling. Report and 
special papers, 1906 (1908), 7 p. Doc. 628 issued Dec. 11, 1907. 7-35451 

Titcomb, John W.: [Propagation of trout in Montana.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 32. 

NEW JERSEY. . 

Mason, Harry W.: Report of operations on the Naversink River, New Jersey, in 
1879, collecting living striped bass for transportation to California. Report, 1879 
(1882), p. 663-666. F17-15 

Titcomb, John W.: [Propagation of black bass in New Jersey.] Report, 1903 (1905), 
p. 34. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Worth, S. G.: Summary of fish-cultural work in North Carolina. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 365-367. F18-481 

OREGON. 

Dowell, B. F.: [Fish-culture in Oregon.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 469-470. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 113 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Titcomb, John W.: [Propagation of rainbow trout in Pennsylvania.] Report, 1903 

(1905), p. 34. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Titcomb, John W.: [Trout in South Dakota.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 32. 

VERMONT. 

Stone, L.: [Decline in fish hatching in Vermont.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 351. 

WYOMING. 

Evermann, Barton W.: [Results of stocking the waters of Yellowstone national 

park with fish.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 53-55. 
Maynard, H. J.: [Fish-culture in Wyoming Territory.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 107-108. 

PACIFIC COAST. 

Dunn, Horace D.: [Fish-culture on the Pacific coast.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 
VII, p. 49-50. 

CANADA. 

Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in Canada.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
363-382. 

MEXICO. 

LaMotte, Alfred V.: Commission de Piscicultura de La Republica Mexicana. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 124. F18-243 

EUROPE. 

GENERAL. 

Bettoni, Eugenio, and Decio Vinciguerra: On the fish-cultural establishments 

of central Europe. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 539-601 . F17-147 

Borodine, N.: Statistical review of fish-culture in Europe and North America. 

Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 193-196. Doc. 254 issued June 9, 1894. 

F12-183 
Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: Report on the state of pisciculture in France 

and the neighboring countries. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 513-523. 

F15-115 
Haime, Jules: The history of fish-culture in Europe from its earliest records to 1854. 

Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 465-492. F15-113 

Raver et-Wattel, C.: Report on the condition of pisciculture in foreign countries 

from documents collected at the International fishery exposition at Berlin, 1880. 

Report, 1880 (1883), p. 477-489. F16-295 

AUSTRIA. 

Gasch, Adolf: Pond-cultivation on the Kaniow estate (District of Biala, Galicia), 

the property of his imperial highness, Archduke Albrecht of Austria. Report, 

1880 (1883), p. 533-543. F16-282 

Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in Austria.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 

372-373. 
Marenzeller, Emil, edler von: The piscicultural establishment of Mr. August 

Fruwirth in Freiland near St. Polten, Lower Austria. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 

651-660, illus. F17-14 

Peyrer, Karl: [Artificial fish breeding.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 

580-585. 
Swetitsch, Joseph: A depot for embryonated eggs of all the valuable kinds of fish. 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 345-346. 
Wengen, von der: [Artificial fish-culture in Austria.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 454. 

5690 21 8 



114 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

BELGIUM. 

Fry planted in rivers of Belgium in 1886. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 258-263. 

F18-587 

Selys-Longchamps, Edmond, i. e., Michel Edmond Selys de, baron: Repopula- 
tion of the water-courses in Belgium. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 815-824. F16-343 
Willequet, E.: Fish-culture in Belgium. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 218- 
220. F12-391 

Fish-culture in Belgium Proposed government action. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 437-439. F18-168 

DENMARK. 

Wengen, von der: [Fish-culture in Denmark.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 458. 

FINLAND. 

Malmgren, A. J.: Memorial addressed to the Bureau of agriculture of the Imperial 
senate for Finland, January 20, 1883, in regard to the advisability of introducing 
artificial fish culture in Finland. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 363-382. 

F12-309 

Wengen, von der: [Question of fish-culture in Finland.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 
437-438. 

FRANCE. 

Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: Report on the state of pisciculture in France and 

the neighboring countries. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 513-523. Fl 5-115 

Causans, Viscount de: The fish-cultural establishment of Lake Saint-Front, 

Haute Loire, France. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 201-202. F18^408 

Chabot-Karlen: [Reports on fish-cultural operations in France, at Beaune, Saint- 

Remy and Nanteuil-en-Vallen.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 309-311. 
Ducastel: The transformation of salt marshes into fish ponds. Report, 1880 (1883), 

p. 517-531, illus. F16-279 

HaUoy, Leon d': Fish-culture at Gouville, France. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 255-256. F18-425. 
Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in France.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 369. 
The piscicultural establishment at Gremaz (Ain), France. Bulletin, 1887 

(1889), vol. VII, 207-211. F18-670 

Wengen. von der: [Fish-culture in France.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 442-443. 

F17-135 

GERMANY. 

Bavarian Fishery Association: [Course of instruction.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), 

vol. XV, p. 321-324. 
Behr, Friedrich von: [Address made at the meeting of the German fishery association 

at Berlin, March 16, 1877, by Mr. Von Behr, Schmoldow, president of the associa- 
tion, member of the German parliament.] Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 1014-3024. 
Borne, Max von dem: How can our lakes and rivers be again stocked with fish in 

the shortest possible time? Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 681-683. 

F 16-32 
Distribution of American fish and fish eggs by the German fishery association. 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 261-264. 
Brumme: Great results obtained with little water. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 329-331. F13-111 

Eben-Bauditten: Recent contributions to pond cultivation. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 

vol. I, p. 385-387. 
[Fish-cultural methods at the agricultural school at Freising.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), 

vol. XV, p. 320-321, pi. 55. 
Hoffman: [Fish-culture on the Frische-Haff.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p-. 

311-312. 
Jaffe, S.: Notes on fish-culture in Germany. Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 

311-324, illus. Doc, 304 issued Mar. 5, 1896. F12-246 

Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in Germany.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 

369-372. 
Mr. Christian Wagner's establishment for raising goldfish at Oldenberg, Germany. 

Report, 1878 (1880), p. 679-684. F16-177 

Polenz, Chamberlain von: An opinion regarding R. Eckhardt's answer to Professor 

Malmgren. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 387-388. F18-148 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 115 

Treskow-Weissagk, von: What dangers threaten the products of the old pond carp 
fisheries from artificial fish culture. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 303-304. 

F18-142 

Veckenstedt, Edm.: On the carp ponds of Nether Lusatia. Report, 1878 (1880), 

p. 671-674. F16-175 

Wengen. von der: [Fish-culture in Germany.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 444-452. 

F17-135 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

Duncan, J. Barker: Salmon and trout hatcheries in Scotland. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 451^56. F18-508 

Exeter, Marquis: [American fish eggs in England.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 129. 
Fulton, T. Wemyss: Description of the marine hatchery at Dunbar, Scotland. 

Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 257-262. Doc. 261 issued June 26, 1894. 

F12-183 
Howietoun fishery: [Fish-culture in Scotland.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

406. 

[The Howietoun hatchery in Scotland.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 83-84. 
Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in England, Scotland, and Ireland.] Bulletin, 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 374-375. 

Manley, J. J.: Pisciculture in England. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 69-74. 

F13-83 
Mclntosh, W. C.: Fish-cultural investigations at St. Andrews Marine Laboratory, 

Scotland. Bulletin 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 241-256. Doc. 261 issued June 26, 

1894. F12-183 

Wengen, von der: [Fish-culture in England.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 454-455. 

ICELAND. 

Thorarinsson, Bened. S.: Notes on the hatcheries and fresh- water fisheries of 
Iceland. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 120-126. F18-661 

ITALY. 

Pavesi, Pietro: Notes on hatching and planting young fish in Italian waters. Bul- 
letin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 263-265. F18-588 

NORWAY. 

Dannevig, Guilder Mathisen: Report of operations at the hatching establishment 
for marine fishes, Arendal, 1884. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 154-160. 

F18-395 

Artificial hatching of salt-water fish and lobsters in Norway. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 437-440. F18-501 

_____ The utility of sea-fish hatching. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVII, p. 811- 
816. Doc. 681 issued April, 1910. 10-35424 

Landmark, Anthon, i. e. Even Anthon Thomas: [Concerning the desirability 
of a hatchery for salt-water fish in Norway.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 
146-147. 

Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in Norway.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, 
p. 375-376. 

Rasch, Halvor Heyerdahl; A. Landmark; and G-. O. Sars: Opinions concerning 
the desirability of a hatchery for salt-water fish in Norway. Bulletin, 1885 (1885) , 
vol. V, p. 146-151. F18-392 

Sars, George Ossian: [Opinion concerning the desirability of a hatchery for salt- 
water fish in Norway.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 148-149. 

Wengen, von der: [Fish-culture in Norway.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 456-458. 

Wergeland, N.: The economical value of the Norwegian Lakes and rivers as a field 
for fish-culture. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 539-604. F16-169 

RUSSIA. 

Leach, Glen C., and Nicolas A. Borodin: Artificial propagation of sturgeon. 
Review of sturgeon culture in the United States, by Glen C. Leach, and Artificial 
propagation of sturgeon in Russia, by Nicolas A. Borodin. Appendix III, Re- 
port, 1919 (1921), 7 p. Doc. 880 issued Feb. 19, 1920, F20-1 



116 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Malmgren, A. J.: Memorial address to the Bureau of agriculture of the Imperial 
senate of Finland, January 20, 1883, in regard to the advisability of introducing 
artificial fish-culture in Finland. (History of fish-culture in Russia: p. 363-368.) 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), Vol. Ill, p. 363-382. F12-309 

Soudakevicz, Theodore: Report on the progress of pisciculture in Russia. Report 
1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 493-513. F15-114 

Wengen, von der: [Fish-culture in Russia.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 439-441. 

F17-135 

SPAIN. 

Muntadas, F.: Report on the piscicultural establishment of Piedra, Aragon, Spain. 
Bulletin, 1887 (1889), Vol. VII, p. 211-215. F18-671 



Malmgren, A. J.: [Fish-culture in Sweden.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. III,, 
p. 376-377. 

SWITZERLAND. 

[Swiss fish-culture.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 338. 

ASIA. 



Kopsch,H.: Notes on pisciculture in Kiangsi. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 
p. 543-547. F16-27 

Seymour, Charles: Fish-culture in southern China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 252-254. F18-423 

Shephard, Isaac F.: Fish-culture in China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 250-251. 

F18-422 

Smart, Goldsmith and Johnson: A Chinese method of fish-culture. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 88. F18-235 

Smithers, E. J.: Carp culture in China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 249-250. 

F18-421 

JAPAN. 

Mitsukuri, Kakichi: The cultivation of marine and fresh- water animals in Japan. 
Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 257-289, illus. XI pi. Doc. 573 issued 
June 17, 1905. F12-10 

Sekizawa, Akekio: Memorandum on fish-culture in Japan, with a notice of experi- 
ments in breeding the California trout. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 645-648. 

F17-12 

OCEANIC A. 
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Fish ponds of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 (1902), 

p. 427-433. 
[Fish ponds of the Hawaiian Islands.] Bulletin, 1903 (1905), vol. XXIII, 

pt. II, p. 746-750, pi. 106. 
Jordan, David Starr: [Fish ponds of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 (1902), 

p. 374-375. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Creighton, B. J.: Fish culture in New Zealand. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 

51-52. F12-334 

Rutherford, Alexander J.: [Fish-culture in Now Zealand.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 463-164. 
Seed, William: Fish-culture in New Zealand. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 213-216. F18-579 

MALACCA AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

Wray, Leonard: ^ desire for fish-culture in Malacca. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 463-464, F18-510 



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INTRODUCED SPECIES. 
UNITED STATES. 

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Bean, Tarleton Hoffmann: Report on the proposed introduction of Jamaica mountain 
mullet into the United States. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 443-451. 

Fll-326 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert: [Shipment of soles from England to New York.] Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 449-450. 

Clark, Frank: [Salmon in the Hudson.] Quoted from Forest and Stream of June 10, 
1886. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 110. 

Collins, Joseph. William: [Acclimatization of shad on the Pacific coast.] Report, 
1888-1889 (1892), p. 11. 

[Coregonus albula eggs from Germany.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 468. 

Davis, H. B.: Gratifying results of propagating German carp. Bream and carp in 
ponds together. 'Table qualities of carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 
317-318. F18-109 

Dunn, Horace D.: [Fish-culture on the Pacific coast.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 
VII, p. 49-50. 

Finsch, Otto: Report on the transportation of a collection of living carp from Ger- 
many. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 667-670. F17-16 

Gill, Theodore Nicholas: Natural and economical history of the gourami (Osphrom- 
enus qoramy}. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 710-728. Doc. 9 issued Jan. 26, 
1875^ Fll-205 

Green, Seth: The introduction of land-locked salmon into Wpodhull Lake, New 
York, and the subsequent capture of some of them. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 
I, p. 421. . F18-55 

Hessel, Rudolph: The carp and its cultivation in rivers and lakes; and its intro- 
duction into America. Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 865-900. Doc. 27 issued Apr. 
20, 1881. F12-218 

Arrival of blue carp from Germany. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 443. 

F18-174 

Kendall, William Converse: Fishes and fishing in Sunapee Lake. (Introduced 
fishes: p. 16-18.) Report and special papers, 1912 (1914). Doc. 783 issued Jan. 
28, 1914. F14-1 

Klotz, J. P. J.: [Possibility and usefulness of acclimatization.] Report, 1880 (1883), 
p. 511-512. 

McDonald, Marshall: [Assignments of eggs of brown trout and saibling, season of 
1887.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 34. 

Maitland, Sir James Gibson, bart.: Exchange of land-locked salmon eggs from 
Maine for Lock Leven trout ova from Scotland. Bulletin, 1884 (1887), vol. IV, 
p. 114. 

Mather, Fred: The experiment of transporting turbot and soles from England to 
America. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 867-973. F16-123 

Exchange of live marine specimens with France. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 

Ill, p. 472. F18-198 

Brown trout in America. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 21-22. F18-640 

Report upon the results of salmon planting in the Hudson River. Bulletin, 

1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 409-424. F18-678 

Matte, Paul: [Receipt of paradise fish from Germany.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), Vol. 
V, p. 85. 

Moore, Thomas J.: Report of a successful attempt to introduce living soles in Amer- 
ica. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 1-7. F18-634 

Phillips, Barnet: Holland carp put into the Hudson River about 1830. Bulletin, 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 25. F18-70 

Pope, Thomas E. B.: Devils Lake, North Dakota. A study of physical and bio- 
logical conditions with a view to the acclimatization of fish. (Acclimatization 
experiments: p. 20-21.) Report and special papers, 1907 (1908), 23 cm., 22 p., 
Ill pi. Doc. 634 issued July 16, 1908. 8-35574 

Redding, Joseph D.: Character of the carp introduced by.Capt. Henry Robinson 
about 1830. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 266-267. F18-308 

Robinson, W. Russel: A California salmon taken in James River. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 290. F18-314 

Shears, E. E.: Carp in the Hudson River. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 54-55. 

F18-16 



118 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Loch Leven trout introduced in the United States. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 28-32. F18-644 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on the capture of Atlantic salmon at sea and in 

the coast waters of the eastern States. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 95-99, 

pi. 3-4. Doc. 281 issued May 4, 1894. F12-168 

A review of the history and results of the attempts to acclimatize fish (catfish, 

carp, tench, goldfish, awa, shad, whitefish, Atlantic salmon, landlocked salmon. 
Von Behr trout, Loch Leven trout, lake trout, eastern brook trout, muskellunge, 
pike, eel, crappies, bass, sunfishes, yellow perch, tautog) in the Pacific States, 
Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 379-472, pi. 73-83. Doc. 309 issued Apr. 22, 
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Stowe, William: [An opinion of the sole.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 467. 
Throckmorton, S. B].: The introduction of striped bass into California. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 61-62. F18-21 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Attempt to introduce the Gourami.l Report, 
1881 (1884), p. LIT. 

Efforts to introduce sole from England.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. LIII-LV. 
Acclimatization of new species.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. LI-LII. 
'Some results of fish acclimatization.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 136-143. 
Acclimatization of bass and shad on the Pacific coast.] Report, 1905 (1907), 
p. 15-16. 

[Acclimatization of chinook and Atlantic salmon.] Report, 1910 (1911), p. 
12-13. 

[Acclimatization of humpback salmon in Maine and of steelhead trout in New 



England.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 59. 
[Transfer of humpback salmon to New England.] Report, 1915 (1917), p. 27. 

ONTARIO. 

Wilmot, Samuel: Introduction of California salmon into Ontario, with remarks on 
the disappearance of Maine salmon from that province. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 347-349. F20-146 

CUBA. 

Odvards, J. N.: [Carp sent to Cuba.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 308-309. 

MEXICO. 
[Carp for Mexico.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 346. 

SOUTH AMERICA. 
[Carp for South America.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 347. 

ARGENTINA. 

Tulian, E. A.: Acclimatization of American fishes in Argentina. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 955-965. Doc. 696 issued April, 1910. 10-35430 

BRAZIL. 

[Carp sent to Brazil.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 309. 

Couchman, J. W.: Transporting carp from the United States Fish commission to 
Brazil. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 382. F18-110 



Cerda, Juan de la C.: Proposed transmission of salmon eggs to Chili and importa- 
tion of Chilian species of fishes. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 247-248. 

F18-420 
EUROPE. 

GENERAL. 

Correspondence connected with the transmission of eggs of the Quinnat salmon 
and other Salmonidse to European countries in 1878 and prior years. Report, 
1878 (1880), p. 907-924. F16-186 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 119 

Mather, Fred: Account of trip to Europe with eggs of Quinnat salmon. Report, 
1877 (1879), p. 811-816. F16-119, 

Account of eggs repacked and shipped to foreign countries, under the direction 

of the U. S. Fish commission during the winter of 1882-83. Report, 1883 (1885), 
p. 809-812. F16-317 

Account of eggs repacked at Cold Springs Harbor, N. Y., and shipped to for- 
eign countries under the direction of the U. S. Fish commission during the 
winter of 1884-85. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 147-150. 

AUSTRIA. 

Franke, Johann: Causes of degeneration of American trouts in Austria. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVII, p, 983-989. Doc. 699 issued April, 1910. 10-35428 

Pirko, Franz von: Naturalization of American fishes in Austrian waters. Bulletin, 

J908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 977-982. Doc. 698 issued April, 19W. 10-35429 

BELGIUM. 

Lefebvre, Alfred: The proposed introduction of American catfish into the rivers of 
Belgium. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 153-154. F18-93 

[The arrival of catfish in Belgium.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 467. 

[Shipment of catfish to Belgium.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 84. 

Wilson, Thomas: The proposed introduction of catfish into Ghent. Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 340. 

FINLAND. 

Nordqvist, Oscar Frithiof: An American fish in Finland. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), 
vol. XIV, p. 27-28. Doc. 234 issued Mar. 25, 1894. ^ F12-179 

FRANCE. 

American land-locked salmon and lake trout in France. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 76. F18-227 

Banmeyer, M.: American lake trout and whitefish in France. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 52. F1S-217 

Duclos, Gilbert: American silver perch, or calico bass. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 

VII, p. 215-216. F18-672 

Jousset de Bellesme, Georges Louis Marie Felicien: American catfish in the 

Trocadero aquarium of Paris. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 257. F18-586 
Maslieurat-Lagemard: Acclimatization of Salmo quinnat in France. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 144. F18-255 

Mather, Fred: Exchange of live specimens with France. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 472. F18-198 

Notes on the cultivation of fish mostly American in France. [Translations of 

items in the Proceedings of the Societe national d' acclimahation, published in 

the monthly bulletin of the society.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 273-281. 

F18-310 
Raveret-Wattel, C.: [American catfish in France.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 138. 
[Successful introduction of lake trout (Salmo namaycush) in France.] Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. V, p. 312-313. 
American fish being acclimatized in France. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 244. F18-418 

Notes on the culture of American salmon in France. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 260. F18-428 

American fish in France. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 423. F18-488 

Raveret-Wattel, and Bartet: Reproduction of California salmon in the 

aquarium of Trocadero. (Tr. by Marshall McDonald.) Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 207-208. F12-382 

Societe Nationale d' Acclimation de France: [Eggs of Salmo irideus in France.] 

Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 311. 
Valery-Mayot: Acclimatization of Salmo quinnat in France. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 138. F18-247 

Whiteftsh, lake trout, and brook trout in France. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 112. F18-238 



120 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

GERMANY. 

Behr, Friedrich von: Five American Salmonidae in Germany. Bulletin, 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 237-246. F12-360 

Bettoni, Eugenio, and D. Vinciguerra: [Successful experiments in acclimatiz- 
ing bass in Germany.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 569. 

Borne, Max von dem: The American black bass. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill 
p. 221-224. F12-392 

Spawning in Germany of the large-mouthed black bass sent from the United 

States in 1882. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 219. F18-288 

Report on black bass sent from America to Germany in 1883. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 384. _ F18-342 

Distribution of American fish and fish-eggs by the German fishery association 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 261-263. F18-429 

[Spawning of American black bass in Germany.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 



V, p. 341. 

[Black bass in Germany.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 465. 

[American catfish in Germany.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 311. 



Discussion at the Dresden conference in 1883, of the kinds of fish eggs to be obtained 
from the United States. Bulletin 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 419-420. F18-354 

[Living shad on their way to the Weser.] Report, 1873-1875 (1876), p. 330-335. 

Mather, Fred: [Voyage to Brenneshaven, Germany, with shad.] Report, 1873- 
1875 (1876), p. 328-330. 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

Armistead, A. Wilson: A transfer of leather carp (Cyprinus carpio} from the 
Government ponds at Washington, U. S. A., to Scotland. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 341-342. F20-110 

[Carp and ides sent to England.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 102. 

Chambers, W. Oldham: [Fish for England.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 79-80. 

American fish cultivated by the National fish culture association of England. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 17-19. F18-638 

Ffennell, Henry: Hatching American fish at South Kensington, and their intro- 
duction to English waters. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 273-275. F18-435 
[American fish eggs in England.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 339-340. 

Forest and Stream: [A large American brook trout (Salvelinus fontinahs) in Eng- 
land.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 459. 

Hensman, John T.: American black bass placed in the river Nene, England. Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 166. F18-261 

[Introducing catfish into England.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 347-348. 

[Introduction of the aland or orfe into England.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 
218-220. F18-42 

Maitland, Sir James Gibson, bart.: Exchange of land-locked salmon eggs from 
Maine for Loch Leven trout ova from Scotland. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 114. F18-240 

Manley. J. J.: American fish introduced in English waters. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 60. F18-222 

Zenk, F.: [Sending trout eggs from Germany to England.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 361. 

ITALY. 

Besana, Giuseppe: American fishes in Italy. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, 
p. 947-954. Doc. 695 issued April, 1910. 10-35414 

NETHERLANDS. 

Botemanne, C. J.: California salmon in the Netherlands. Report, 1879 (1882), 
p. 709-713. F17-20 

Herbert, Coenraad: [Black bass sent to Amsterdam.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 
V, p. 352. 

Two species of American fish in the aquarium of the Royal zoological society at 
Amsterdam. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 197-199. F18-573 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 121 



NORWAY. 



[American trout in Norway.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 349. 
Nature: [Salmo fontinalis in Norway.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 453. 

SWEDEN. 

Trybom, Filip: The tench recommended for cultivation in Sweden. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 209-210. F18-578 

SWITZERLAND. 

Frey, Emile: Disposition of whitefish eggs sent to Switzerland. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 358. F18-474 

[Whitefish and lake trout eggs sent to Switzerland.] Bulletin, 3886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 129. 

Goll, Hermann: The American brook trout recommended for Swiss waters. Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 206-208. F18-576 

OCEANIC A. 

AUSTRALIA. 

Correspondence connected with the transmission of eggs of the Quinnat salmon and 
whitefish to Australia and New Zealand, 1877, 1878, and prior years. Report, 
1878 (1880), p. 825-905. F16-185 

Dannevig, G. M.: Salmonidse in Australia. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 440-442. 

F18-502 

Greenfield, Alfred: Report upon the receipt and hatching of American whitefish 
ova and planting of the fry in Australia. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 
190-191. F18-279 

The Melbourne Argus: (Trout and California salmon in Australia.] Bulletin, 
1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 409. 

Whitcombe, W. P.: Notes on the acclimatization of fish in Victoria, Australia. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 31-32. F18-209 

Shipments of whitefish eggs to the Ballarat fish acclimatization society. Bul- 
letin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 329-331. F18-468 

Wilson, Samuel: [California salmon successful in Australia.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 466. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

American birds, animals, and fishes for New Zealand ers. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 53-54. F18-15 

American fish in New Zealand. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 304. F18-601 

Ayson, L. F.: Introduction of American fishes into New Zealand. (With discussion 
by H. Stephenson Smith and Edward E. Prince.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 
XXVIII, p. 967-975. Doc. 697 issued April, 1910. 10-35440 

Correspondence connected with the transmission of eggs of the Quinnat salmon and 
whitefish to Australia and New Zealand, 1877, 1878, and prior years Report, 
1878 (1880), p. 825-905. F16-185 

Correspondence relating to the exportation of fishes and fish-hatching apparatus 
to New Zealand ... A. The shipments made in 1875 to New Zealand. B. 
The shipments of fish ova in 1876 to New Zealand . . . Report, 1875-76 (1878), 
p. 959-1003. F16-77 

Creighton, R. J.: [Acclimatization of fish from the United States in New Zealand.] 
Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 51-52. 

Farr, S. C.: Description of a California salmon (Oncorhynchus sp.) found in one of the 
rivers of New Zealand and identified by Dr. T. H. Bean. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 427. F18-161 

SANDWICH ISLANDS. 

Enders, P. H.: [Carp sent to the Sandwich Islands.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 308. 



122 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

TASMANIA. 

AUport, Morton: Present stage of the salmon experiment in Tasmania. Report, 
1878 (1880), p. 819-823. F16-184 

Finn, W.: Can herring live and increase in inclosed waters? Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 333-335. F18-325 

INDIVIDUAL SPECIES. 
ALE WIFE. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Alewife should be propagated.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p 
LIX lj.X.1 . 

Bean, Tarlton Hoffman: Movements of young alewives (?) (Pomolobus sp.) in Colo- 
rado River, Texas. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 69-70. F18-27 
- Report on examination of Clupeoids from carp ponds. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 441-442. F18-626 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Culture of the alewives.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 
186-187; also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 186-187. 

BASS. 

Arnold, Isaac: Successful propagation of black bass. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 
II, p. 113-115. F18-85 

Borne, Max von dem: Putting bass into carp ponds. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 
V, p. 359. F18-476 

Leonard, William L.: [Raising black bass, silver bass, and crappies together.] Bul- 
letin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 465. 

Lydell, Dwight: The habits and culture of the black bass. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), 
vol. XXII, p. 39-44, pi. 8. Doc. 513 issued Feb. 26, 1903. F12-57 

McDonald, Marshall: [First systematic effort inaugurated at fish ponds for propa- 
gation of black bass.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. XXXVIII-XXXIX. 

Page, William F.: The propagation of black bass in ponds. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 
vol. XIII, p. 229-236. Doc. 259 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

The black basses, crappies, and rock bass. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 159-177; 

also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 147-163. 

Sharp, John: The large-mouthed black bass in Utah. Bulletin 1897 (1898), vol. 
XVII, p. 363-368. Doc 395 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Removal of bass from Indiana to North Carolina by the 
U. S. Fish commission. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 116. F18-86 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [History and results of the attempts to acclimatize 
bass.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 449-458, pi. 81-83. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The striped bass. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 185-186; 
also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 187-190. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Small-mouth black bass.] Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 347. 

[Black bass spawn for the first time in ponds at Wytheville.] Report, 1888-89, 
(1892) p. XXIX. 

[Description of artificial tests used at Wytheville.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 48. 
- [Culture of black bass at fish ponds.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 97; 1894 (1896), 

p. 36; 1895 (1896), p. 25; 1896 (1898), p. 42-44; 1897 (1898) p. 4; 1898 (1899), p. 
LXIV; 1899 (1900), p. LXIII-LXIV. 

BUFFALOF1SH. 

Farrington, John: [Cultivating buffalofish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 338. 
Mosher, A. A. : Propagating buffalofish. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 190. F18-403 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Experimental propagation of buffalofish.] 
Report, 1912 (1914), p. 50-51. 

CARP. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Advantages of carp as a food fish.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 

40-44. 
[Description of "Babcock Lake" and first carp culture there.] Report, 1878, 

(1880), p. XL-XLI1. 
[Danger of confusing pure German carp with the poor hybrids of native waters.] 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 305-306. 

[The carp reared by the U. S. Fish commission in 1878.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 



vol. IV, p. 307-308. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 123 

Barnes, A. G.: Growth and spawning of German carp in Alabama. Bulletin, 1881 

(1882), vol. I, p. 424-425. F18-56 

Behr, Friedrich von: Management of spawning carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. 

Ill, p. 392. Fl8-148a 

Benecke, Berthold: Utilizing water by fish-culture (carp). Report, 1883 (1885), 

p. 1101-1131. Fll-247 

Bettoni, Eugenic: [Carp culture at the fish-cultural establishments of central 

Europe.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 565-569. 

Borne, Max von dem: Raise carp: Report, 1880 (1883), p. 673-680. F16-274 
. How to raise carp and other pond fish which spawn in summer. Report, 1883 

(1885), p. 1133-1142. Fll-248 

A large catch of carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 116. F18-554 

Brakeley, John H.: Notes on carp and frog culture. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p 209-216. F18-409 

[Time required to hatch carp eggs.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 338. 

[Time required for hatching carp eggs.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

135-136. 

Rapid growth of carp due to abundance of food. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 



VII, p. 20. F20-639 

[The Carp fisheries in the Peetz Lakes.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 675-678. 
Carp in France. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 203-204. F18-574 

I Carp planted in Arkansas and Red rivers.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 104. 
[Cause and cure of muddy flavor in fish.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 305. 
Cary, H. H.: Period of incubation of eggs of German carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 447. F18-179 

Cole, Leon Jacob: The German carp in the United States. (Bibliography: p. 637- 

641 ) Report, 1904 (1905), p. 523-641, illus., Ill pi. Doc. 592 issued Dec. 30, 

1905. F12-327 

On the culture of carp. A. On carp ponds, by A. F. B. Carp-culture in East 

Prussia, by R. Striivy. C^ Carp ponds (from Landwirthschaft und Industrie 

Berlin, 1875, Tr. by C. F. Himes). Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 549- 

558. 
Davis, H. B.: Gratifying results of propagating German carp. Bream and carp in 

ponds together. Table qualities of carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 317- 

318. F18-109 

Donaldson, R. J. : [Shipment of adult carp to South Carolina.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 310. 

Raising carp in rice fields. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 283-284. 

F18-440 
Eben-Bauditten: On carp-culture, chiefly in its relation to agriculture. Report, 

1878 (1880), p. 667-670. F16-174 
Eckardt, George: Carp propagation and blue carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 

p. 168. F18-96 

Eckardt-Liibbinchen, B.: Report on the propagation and growth of carp. Report, 

1879 (1882), p. 671-673. F17-17 
Finsch, Otto: Report on the transportation of a collection of living carp from Ger- 
many. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 667-670. < F17-16 

Report on a trip in Germany to secure carp for the United States Fish com- 
mission. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 220-225. F18-43 

Gaines, Kemp: Growth, spawning, and distribution of German carp reared from 20 
fish furnished by the U. S. Fish commission, November 29, "1880. Bulletin, 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 392. F18-111 

Gasch, Adolph: Pond-cultivation on the Kaniow estate (District of Biala, Galicia), 
the property of his imperial highness, Archduke Albrecht of Austria. Report, 

1880 (1883), p. 533-543. F16-282 
Pond culture The food and spawning of carp. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1143- 

1150. F17-41 

Gillespie, Samuel: Growth and food of carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 300. 

F18-105 

Gross, Julius: Description of carp ponds and water gate. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 303-304, illus. F18-600 

Hessel, Rudolph: The carp and its culture in rivers and lakes; and its introduction 

into America. Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 865-900. Doc. 27 issued Apr. 20, 1881. 

F12-218 

Notes from the carp ponds. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 435. ^FlS-498 

Heyser, E.: Growth of mirror carp sent to Georgia by the United States Fish com- 
mission. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 18. F18-67 



124 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Johnson, August, and A. Marchant: [Carp wanted in Tasmania.] Bulletin. 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 451-452. 
Johnson, Samuel: Growth of German carp sent to Savoy, Texas, by the U. S. Fish 

commission. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 14. F18-64 

Kabler, N. D.: [Price of carp.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 366. 
Knauthe, Karl: Two fertile cyprinoid hybrids. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 

p. 31-41. Doc. 234 issued Mar. 24, 1894. F12-180 

Leach, G. C.: The artificial propagation of carp. 19 p., illus. Economic Circular 39 

issued Jan. 18, 1919. F19-1 

Leonhardt, G.: Information concerning the blue carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 

II, p. 15. F18-66 

McClelland, Samuel: [Other fish mistaken for carp.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 347. 
McDonald, Marshall: Report on the distribution of carp. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 

1121-1126; 1882 (1884), p. 915-942. F16-316 

Distribution of German carp by the United States Fish commission. Bulletin, 



1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 94. F12-349 

[Carp planted in Rivanna River.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 342. 

Macgowan, D. J.: Carp culture in China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 235-241. 

F18-415 
Maryland Commission of Fisheries: Directions concerning the construction of carp 

ponds. (Condensed from the report of the Maryland Fish commission for 1880). 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 249-256, illus. Fll-312 

Medary, Charles S.: [Prices of scale and mirror carp.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 307. 
Metcalf, Martin: [Distinguishing the sex of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 457. 
Morriss,T. W.: Spawning of carp in a small basin, at Brenham, Texas. Bulletin, 

1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 27. F18-72 

Muth, H. W. C.: [Price-list of carp, goldfish, and silverfish.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 307. 
Nicklas, Carl: Production of young fry of the carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, 

p. 401-406. F12-^02 

Page, George Shepard: [Carp planted in Passaic River.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 316. 
Palmer, B. D.: Carp appear February 7, take the hook, and are excellent eating. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 124. F18-244 

Pasco, I. D.: A call for carp from Nevada. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 29-30. 

F18-13 
Phillipps, Barnet: Holland carp put into the Hudson River about 1830. Bulletin, 

1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 25. F18-70 
Pigg, L. H.: [Carp for sale.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 456. 

Poppe, Robert A.: The introduction and culture of the carp in California. Report, 

1878 (1880), p. 661-666. F16-173 

Progress and results of fish culture. German carp. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 

p. 396. F20-139 

Bedding, Joseph D.: Character of the carp introduced by Captain Henry Robinson 

about 1830 in United States. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 266-267. 

F18-308 
Simmons, Newton: [Carp planted in Tallapoosa River.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 104. 
Smiley, Charles W.: Answers to one hundred and eighteen questions relating to 

German carp. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 241-248. Fll-312 
The German carp and its introduction into the United States. Bulletin, 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 333-336. Fll-311 
Report on the distribution of carp to July 1, 1881, from the young reared 

in 1879 and 1880. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 943-988 incl. tables. Fll-308 

How to distinguish the sex of carp. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 36-37. 

F18-373 
Some results of carp culture in the United States. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 



657-890. Doc. 112 issued Dec. 1, 1886. Fll-259 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Introduction of carp to the Pacific States and Rocky 

mountain regions.] Bulletin 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 393-403, pi. 75. 
Smithers, E. J.: Carp culture in China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 249-250. 

F18-421 
Stabler, Edward: Growth and protection of carp from turtles, etc. Bulletin, 1883 

(1883), vol. Ill, p. 127-128. F18-120 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 125 

Stabrowski, Xaver von: Carp culture in Germany. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 57-59. F18-533 

Steedman, I. G. W.: [Stocking streams with carp.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 104. 
Stocking the Stettiner Haff with carp. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 1-8. 

F18-59 
Stover, E. S.: Rearing carp in alkaline water. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

426-427. F18-355 
Raising carp in a supposed alkaline water. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 

427-428. F18-494 

Texas farm and ranch: The carp ponds belonging to the State of Texas. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 230-231. F18-293 

Treskow-Weissagk: What dangers threaten the products of the old pond carp fish- 
eries from artificial fish culture? Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 303-304. 

F18-142 
Trybom, Filip, i. e., Arvid Filip: Carp culture in Sweden. Bulletin, 1886 (1887). 

vol. VI, p. 156-160. F18-565 

Van Antwerp, W.: Growth, spawning, edible qualities and manner of cooking 

German carp received from the U. S. Fish commission in 1880. Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 300. F18-106 

Veckenstedt, Edm.: On the carp ponds of Nether Lusatia. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 

671-674. F16-175 

Wheeler, L. T.: A new method of protecting the eggs of carp and rearing the young. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 221-222. F18-291 

White, C. M. : Ability of carp to endure muddy, slimy, and stagnant water. Bulletin, 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 444. F18-176 

Worth, Stephen G.: Shad hatching and carp culture. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 

II, p. 26-27. F18-71 

- The selection of sites and the construction of carp ponds. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 33-37. 

Wright, Abel A.: A Georgia carp pond. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 1, p. 68-69. 
Yoakum, F. L.: Carp culture in Texas. Bulletin, 1882 (1883)', vol. II, p. 28-32. 

F12-343 

Yost, John: Report upon the management of German carp by a Mississippi corre- 
spondent. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 310. F18-108 
Zenk, F.: A German view of American carp culture. (Tr. from the German by 

Herman Jacobson.) Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 102-104. 

CATFISH. 

Anthony, O. C.: [Speckled catfish in North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 404. 
Gardner, A. P.: Experiments in the pond culture of trout, suckers, and catfish. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 417-430. F18-157 

Hay, Naman: [Cultivating catfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 137. 
Jones, J. F.: The speckled catfish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 321-322. 

F18-323 
Jordan, David Starr: Proposed propagation of catfish as a food-fish. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 292. F18-316 

Kendall, William Converse: American catfish es: habits, culture, and commercial 

importance. Report and special papers, 1908 (1910), 39 p., X pi. Doc. 733 

issued Aug. 23, 1910. 10-35947 

Lef ebvre, Alfred: The proposed introduction of American catfish into the rivers of 

Belgium. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 153-154. F18-93 

McDonald, Marshall: Transferring catfish from the Potomac to the Colorado River, 

Arizona. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 212. F18-287 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Sending catfish to Europe. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 433-435. F18-497 

Smith, Hugh McConnick: [Introduction of the catfish to the Pacific States.] 

Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 382-393, pi. 74-75. 
Smith., Hugh McConnick, and Leigh. ton G. Harron: Breeding habits of the 

yellow catfish. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 149-154. Doc. 517 issued 

Mar. 30, 1903. F12-61 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Spotted catfish spawn at fish ponds.] Report, 

1892 (1894), p. XXXIX. 

Willequet, E.: Fish-culture in Belgium. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 218-221. 

F12-391 



126 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. ' 

COD. 

The artificial raising of cod in America. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 428. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Report on the artificial propagation of codfish at Woods Hole, 
Mass., for the season of 1886-87. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 783-791. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Experiments instituted for the artificial propagation of the cod.] 
Report, 1878 (1880), p. XLIII. 

[Shipment of young codfish from Woods Hole to Pensacola.] Report, 1886 

(1889), p. XXIX. 

Carswell, James: Report on the artificial propagation of the codfish at Woods Hole, 
Mass., for the season of 1885-86. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 779-782. 

Collins, William Joseph: [Codfish planted in Cape Cod Bay.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 411. 

Dannevig, G. M.: Hatching lobsters and cod in Norway. Bulletin, 1886 (1887) 
vol. VI, p. 13-14. F18-526 

Dunn, Matthias: Number of eggs in the Gadidse. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 762. F18-228 

Earll, R. Edward: A report on the history and present condition of the shore cod- 
fisheries of Cape Ann, Mass., together with notes on the natural history and arti- 
ficial propagation of the species. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 685-740. Doc. 33 issued 
Jan. 27, 1881. Fll-221 

McDonald, Marshall: Experimental investigations upon cod hatching at Woods 
Hole, Mass., during the winter of 1880-81. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1127-1129, 
illus. F16-437 

at Central station.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 883. 




Mather, Fred: [Hatching tomcod.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 467. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Incipiency of cod hatching by the fish commission.] Report, 
1888-89 (1891), p. XCIII-XCV. 

Rognerud, Carl: Hatching cod in Norway. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, 
p. 113-119. F18-660 

Ryder, John Adam: A contribution to the embryography of osseous fishes, with 
special reference to the development of the cod (Gadus morrhua). Report, 1883 
(1885), p. 455-605, XII pi. Doc. 71 issued Nay 17, 1884- Fll-275 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on the tagging of four thousand adult cod at Woods 
Hole, Massachusetts. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 193-208. Fll-20 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Experiments in cod hatching conducted on Fish Hawk.] 
Report, 1882 (1884), p. 3-4. 

Tarr, Ralph Stockman: Return to Gloucester Harbor of the young codfish hatched 
by the U. S. Fish commission. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 57-58. Fl 8-219 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Circulation methods used in cod hatching.] Report, 
1896 (1898), p. 25 . 

The cod. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 193-207, 222-223; also in Manual of fish- 
culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 195-209, 224-225. 

CRAPPIE. 

Bartlett, Sylvester P.: The cultivation of crappies in ponds. Bulletin, 1883 
(1883), vol. Ill, p. 362. F18-146 

EELS. 

Eels in tanks and ponds. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 91-92. F18-545 

Goode, George Brown: [Artificial propagation of the lamprey.] Bulletin, 1882 

(1883), vol. II, p. 353. I 

Hermes, Otto: The propagation of the eel. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 457-462, illus. 

F17-2 
Norny, E. R.: Artificial propagation of rockfish and eels. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 315. F18-461 

Riddle, George W.: Restocking the Merrimac River with lamprey eels. Bulletin, 

1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 320. F18-464 

FLOUNDER. 

Rathbun, Richard L. : [Little known of the breeding habits of the flounder.] Report, 

1889-1891 (1893), p. 161. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The flatfish, or winter flounder. Report 1897 (1898), 

p. 215-218; also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 217-220. 

GOLDFISH. 

Clark, Frank N.: [Breeding Japanese goldfish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 267. 
Elliott, Henry W.: [Breeding goldfish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 467. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 127 

Hessel, Rudolph: Notes on the habits of the golden ide (Idus auratus). Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 254-255. F18-424 

Kirsch, M.: The gold orfe (Cyprinus or/us). A. On the raising of the "gold orfe" 
(Cyprinus or/us), by M. Kirsch. B. Correspondence relating to the golde-orfe, 
by C. Th. E. v. Siebold. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75(1876), p. 559-562. F16-29 

Macgowan, Daniel J.: Carp culture in China. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 
235-240. F18-415 

Matsubara, Shinnosuke: Goldfish and their culture in Japan. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVII, p. 381-397, col. pi. XVIII-XXVII. Doc. 666 issued Feb. 26, 
1910. 10-35172 

Mr. Christian Wagner's establishment for raising goldfish, at Oldenberg, Germany. 
Report, 1878 (1880), p. 679-684. F16-177 

Ryder, John Adam: Care of goldfish. Queries of William Rosenstihl, jr., with 
replies. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 381-382. F18-339 

GRAYLING. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Credit for first impregnating and hatching grayling due Martin 

Metcalf.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. LXXXII. 
Henshall, James Alexander: The graylings. 7n Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 

1900, p. 106-108. 

Culture of the Montana grayling. Report and special papers, 1906 (1908), 

7 p. Doc. 628 issued Dec. 11, 1907. 7-35451 

Ravenel, William de Chastignier: [Experiments in grayling culture.] Report, 

1898 (1899), p. XCIL 

HERRING. 

Baird, Spencer F.: [Propagation of sea herring of economic importance.] Report, 

1877 (1879), p. 44-46. 
[Experiments in hatching Potomac herring (Clupei vernalis}.] Report, 1882 

(1884), p. LXXVII. 
Ewart, J. Cossar: On the natural and artificial fertilization of sea herring eggs. 

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vol. IV, p. 316. 
Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: Preliminary report for 1873-74 on the herring fisheries 

on the westcoastof Sweden. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 123-168. F16-8 
The propagation and growth of the herring, with special regard to the coast of 

Bohuslan. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 639-659. F16-172 

Meyer, Heinrich Adolf: Biological observations made during the artificial raising 

of herrings in the western Baltic. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 629-638. F16-189 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The sea herring.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 225; also 

in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 227-228. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Successful experiment in hatching sea herring 

by Vinal Edwards.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 45. 

MACKEREL. 

Earll, Robert Edward: [Artificial propagation of the Spanish mackerel.] Report, 

1880 (1883), p. 416-424. 
Hatching blackfish and Spanish mackerel. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 415-416. F18-353 

Hind, H. G.: [Causes of the alleged annual variations in the number of mackerel 

observed.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 125-127. 
Kite, J. Alban: Report upon apparatus and facilities needed for hatching Spanish 

mackerel. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1095-1100, illus. F17-40 

McDonald, Marshall: Spanish mackerel investigations at Cherrystone, Va., during 

the summer of 1881. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1131-1133. F16-348 

Moore, John Percy: Report on mackerel investigations in 1897. Report, 1898 

(1899), p. 1-22. Doc. 399 issued Mar. 28, 1899. Fll-111 

Rathbun, R. L.: [Spawning season of the mackerel.] Report, 1895 (1896), p. 80-81. 
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Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 135-173, IV pi. F12-317 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Report on the propagation of mackerel.] Report, 1895 

(1896), p. 17; 1896 (1898), p. 26 and 30; 1897 (1898), p. XXXIV and XXXVII; 

1899 (1900), p. LVIII. ' 

The common mackerel. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 209-213; also in Manual of 

fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 211-215 

[The Spanish mackerel.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 220-222; also in Manual of 

fish-culture, rev. "d., 1000, p. 222-224. 



128 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report of operations in hatching Spanish mackerel in 
Chesapeake Bay by the steamer Fish Hawk during the summer of 1883. Report, 
1883 (1885), p. 1089-1094, illus. F17-39 

MENHADEN. 

Goode, George Brown: [Feasibility of artificial culture of American menhaden.] 

Report, 1877 (1879), p. 100. 
McDonald, Marshall: [Menhaden an inshore spawner.] Quotes Vinal Edwards. 

Report, 1892 (1894), p. IX. 
Rathbun, Richard: [Important discoveries relating to the spawning habits of the 

menhaden, made by Vinal Edwards.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CX. 

MULLET. 

Hoxie, Walter: Occurrence of mullet in fresh water. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 80. F18-229 

Miller, John F.: Proposed introduction of Hawaiian mullet into the United States. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 141-142. F18-250 

Moser, Jefferson F.: [Raising mullet in Hawaii.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. CLXIX- 

CLXX. 
Rathbun, Richard: [Propagation of the mullet.] Report on the inquiry respecting 

food fishes and the fishing grounds. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. LVIII-LIX. 
Ravenel, W. DeC.: Information bearing upon the artificial propagation of mullet. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 197-202. F18-667 

PERCH. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The yellow perch.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 182-184, 

also in Manual offish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 184-186. 
Worth, Stephen G.: Observations on the hatching of the yellow perch. Bulletin, 

1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 331-334. Doc. 201 issued Sept. 24, 1892. . F12-120 

PIKE PERCH. 

Stranahan, J. J.: [Preventing the sticking together of adhesive eggs.] Report, 

1894 (1896), p. 38-39. 
The pike perch or wall-eyed pike. In Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, 

p. 165-179. 

ROCKFISH. 

Low, W. F.: [Penning rockfish at Battery station.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), Vol. IV, 

p. 320. 
Mason, Harry W.: Report of operations on the Navesink River, New Jersey, in 

1879, in collecting living striped bass for transporting to California. Report, 

1879 (1882), p. 663-666. F17-15 

Norny, E. R.: On the propagation of the striped bass. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 

I, p. 67-68. F18-25 
A proposed pond for rearing striped bass (Roccus lineatus) in Delaware Bay. 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 260-261. F18-48 

Artificial propagation of rockfish and eels. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 



315. F18-461 

Rathbun, Richard: [Experiments respecting the spawning of sea bass.] Report, 

1889-91 (1893), p. 157. 
Throckmorton, S. R.: The introduction of striped bass into California. Bulletin, 

1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 61-52. F18-21 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Hatching and planting rockfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 137. 
- [Station provided for cultivation of rockfish at Neosho.] Report, 1887 (1891), 

p. XXXVII. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Successful experiments in hatching striped 

bass by M. G. Holton.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. XL VII. 



[Striped bass successfully propagated.] Report, 1879 (1882), p. XXXVIII. 
[Propagation of rockfish at Weldon, N. C.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. XL VIII. 
Worth, Stephen G.: The artificial propagation of the striped bass (Roccus lineatus) 
on Albemarle Sound. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 174-177. F18-34 

- Report upon the propagation of striped bass at Weldon, N. C., in the spring of 
1884. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 225-231. F13-100 



Prospectus of striped bass operations for the season of 1885. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 35-36. F18-371 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 129 

SALMON. 

Allport, Morton: Present stage of the salmon experiments in Tasmania. Report, 
1878 (1880), p. 819-823. ^ F16-184 

Anderson, John: [Salmon in Scotland and shipments to New Zealand.) Bulletin, 
1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 309. 

Atkins, Charles G.: On the salmon of eastern North America, and its artificial 
culture. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 226-337. F15-99 

- Report on the collection and distribution of Penobscot salmon. In 1873-74 
and 1874-75. Report, 1873-1875 (1876), p. 485-530, tables. F16-25 

- On the collection of eggs of Schoodic salmon. Report, 1875 and 1876 (1878), 



p. 910-919; 1877 (1879), p. 817-846; 1878 (1880), p. 789-814; 1880 (1883), p. 633- 
651; 1882 (1884), p. 863-871; 1883 (1885), p. 1011-1015; 1884 (1886), p. 177-179 
and 181-187; 1885 (1887), p. 145-156; 1886 (1889), p. 751-759. 

Report on an attempt to collect eggs of Sebago salmon in 1878. Report, 1878 
(1880), p. 775-787. F16-181 

Report on the propagation of Penobscot salmon. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 721- 
731 incl. tables; 1880 (1883), p. 623-631; 1881 (1884) p. 1085-1089, 1091-1105; 
1883 (1885), p. 1007-1009; 1884 (1886), p. 177-179; 1885 (1887), p. 141-144; 1886 
(1889), p. 747-749. 

Sketch of the Penobscot salmon-breeding establishment. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
vol. II, p. 373-378. F12-374 

Sketch of the schoodic salmon-breeding establishment. ("Written by request 
of Prof. S. F. Baird for the London exhibition, 1883.") Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 
II, p. 379-382. F12-375 

Memoranda relative to inclosures for the confinement of salmon, drawn from 
experience at Bucksport, Penobscot River, Maine. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 170-174. F13-92 

Memoranda on landlocked salmon. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 341-344. 

F13-112 

The Penobscot and schoodic salmon work in 1884-1885. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 51; 323-324. F18-377 

Methods employed at Craig Brook station in rearing young salmonoid fishes. 
Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 221-228. Doc. 258 issued June 26, 1894- 

F12-183 

[Propagation of salmon at Craig Brook.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 21. 

The Atlantic and landlocked salmons. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 27-70, also in 



Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 17-60. 

Barber, C. H.: Success in raising landlocked salmon. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 87. F18-233 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Notes on a shipment by the United States Fish commis- 
sion of California salmon (Oncorhynchus chouicha) to Tanners Creek, Indiana, in 
1876. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 204-205. F18-38 

Account of a shipment by the U. S. Fish commission of California salmon-fry 

(Oncorhynchus chouicha) to southern Louisiana, with a note on some collection 
made at Tickfaw. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 205-206. F18-39 

Artificial propagation of the salmon in Alaskan waters. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), 



vol. IX, p. 207-208. 
Bettoni, Eugenio, and Decio Vinciguerra: [Salmon and trout culture in Europe.] 

Report, 1886 (1889), p. 539-565. 
Bottemanne, C. J.: Penning of salmon in order to secure their eggs. Bulletin 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 169. F18-265 
[Inclosures for salmon in the Netherlands.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

129-130. 

Bower, WardT.: [Fish culture in Alaska: p. 66-88.] In Alaska fisheries and fur 
industries in 1911, by B. W. Evermann. Report, and special papers, 1911 

(1913), 90 p. Doc. 766 issued Dec. 16, 1912. 

[Salmon hatcheries operated in Alaska.] Appendix VII, Report, 1918 (1920), 

p. 35-38; Appendix IX, Report, 1919 (1920), p. 34-36. 
Bower, Ward Taft, and Henry D. Aller: [Salmon hatcheries operated in Alaska.] 

Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), p. 18-27; Appendix III, Report, 1915 (1917), 

p. 21-28; Appendix II, Report 1916 (1917), p. 29-37; Appendix II, Report, 

1917 (1919), p. 23-27. 
Bower, Ward Taft, and H. C. Fassett: [Salmon hatcheries operated in Alaska in 

1913: p. 66-76.] In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by B. W. Ever- 
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Brice, John J.: Establishment of stations for the propagation of salmon on the 

Pacific coast. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 387-392. Doc. 314 issued 1896. 12-17363 

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130 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Chamberlain, Fred M., and Ward T. Bower: [Salmon hatcheries operated in 

Alaska: p. 31-37.] In Fishery and fur industries of Alaska in 1912, by B. W. 

Evermann. Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 123 p. Doc. 780 issued 

Nov. 6, 1913. 
Cheney, A. Nelson: The Hudson River as a salmon stream. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 

vol. XVII, p. 247-251. Doc. 376 issued Aug. 8, 1898. 

Salmon in the Hudson River. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 351-352. 

F18-610. 
Clark, Frank N.: [Propagation of salmon at the United States hatchery, North ville, 

Michigan.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1053-1055; 1882 (1884), p. 820-821; 1883 

(1885), p. 981; 1885 (1887), p. 110-112. 
Cobb, John Nathan: Salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. (Salmon culture in 

Oregon: p. 154.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 179 p. Doc. 751 issued 

Nov. 25 19 11. ' Fll-393 

Collins, John D.: Propagation of salmon in Salmon River, Oswego County, New 

York. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 287-288. F18-442 

Day, Francis: On the rearing, growth, and breeding of salmon in freshwater in 

Great Britain. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 307-308. F18-452 

Duncan, J. Barker: Salmon and trout hatcheries in Scotland. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 451-456. F18-508 

Dunn, Horace D.: Do the spawning salmon ascending the Sacramento River all die 

without returning to the sea? Report, 1878 (1880), p. 815-818. F16-183 

Finely, Charles I.: A new salmon hatchery. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 88. 

F18-236 

Further report of R. D. Hume's salmon hatchery, Oregon. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 174. F18-266 

[First breeding of salmon and trout in Canada.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 362. 
Green, Loren W.: [Note from the McCloud River station.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V., p. 343. 

Salmon in the McCloud River during the season of 1886. Bulletin 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 334-336. 

Green, Seth: The introduction of landlocked salmon into Woodhull Lake ; New 

York, and the subsequent capture of some of them. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 

I, p. 421. F18-55. 

Haack, Hermann: Raising salmonoids in inclosed waters. Report, 1879 (1882), 

p. 675-685. F17-18 

- Treatment of young salmonoids and coregoni from the time they leave the egg 

until they are fully developed and can be placed in open waters. Report, 1879 

(1882), p. 687-693. F17-19 

Harper, John A.: [Planting landlocked salmon in Pennsylvania.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 138. 
Hodge, E. B.: Culture of landlocked and Penobscot salmon in New Hampshire. 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 423-424. F18-490 

[Landlocked salmon eggs from Lake Sunapee.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 
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Hubbard, W. B.: Report of the salmon-hatching operations in 1878, at Clackamas 

hatchery. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 771-772. 

[Landlocked and Penobscot salmon planted.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 464. 
Lincoln, Benjamin: [Hatching salmon at Dennysville, Maine.] Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 314. 
Loomis, Watts T.: A landlocked salmon caught in Erie Canal. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 288. F18-312 

McDonald, Marshall: [Distribution of salmon eggs by the U. S. Fish commission 

from January 1, 1886, to June 30, 1887.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 836-837. 
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Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 81-82. 
Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. 

(Hatcheries: p. 11-12.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 

issued Apr. 19, 1911. ' 7-35263 

Mather, Fred: Report upon the results of salmon planting in the Hudson River. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 409-424. F18-678 

O'Malley, Henry: Artificial propagation of the salmons of the Pacific coast. Revised 

and enlarged. Appendix II, Report, 1919 (1921), 32 p., illus., IX pi. Doc. 879 

issued Jan. 8, 1920. F20-153 

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Report, 1878 (1880), p. 773-774. F16-180 



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Bathbun, Richard: [Salmon planting in the Hudson River.] Report, 1888-89 (1892) , 
p. LXVII-LXIX. 

[Propagation of the sockeye and quinnat salmons.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 
272-274. 

Baveret-Wattel, and Bartet: Reproduction of California salmon in the aqua- 
rium of Trocadero. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 207-208. F12-382 

Bich, Willis H.: [Proper time to plant fry of chinook salmon.] Bulletin, 1919-20 
(192-), vol. XXXVII, p. 68-71. 

Sherman, B. U.: [Salmon fry planted in New York waters.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 409. 

Smiley, Charles W.: The influence of artificial propagation upon production illus- 
trated by the salmon work of the Sacramento River, California. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 201-202. F13-96 

Smith, E. L.: Hood River, Oregon, as a place for salmon breeding. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 87-88. F18-543 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Experiments with salmon ova by Cloudsley Rutter.] 
Report, 1898 (1899), p. CXL-CXLII. 

Some results of the artificial propagation of Maine and California salmon in New 
England and Canada, recorded in the years 1879 and 1880. (Compiled by the 
U. S. Fish commissioner from letters from J. H. Thomson, M. A. Green, E. M. 
Stilwell, H. M. Prentiss, Win. Wood, and F. Todd.) Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 1 , 
p. 270-277. 

Summary of reports for 1878, by State fish commissioners respecting the increase of 
food fishes by artificial propagation (salmon). Report, 1878 (1880), p. 925-928, 
935, 937, 938, 942. F16-187 

Stone, Livingston: Explorations on the Columbia River from the head of Clarks 
Fork to the Pacific Ocean, made in the summer of 1883, with reference to the selec- 
tion of a suitable place for establishing a salmon-breeding station. Report, 1883 
(1885), p. 237-258. Doc. 97 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-241 

- The artificial propagation of salmon on the Pacific coast of the United States, 
with notes on the natural history of the Quinnat salmon. Bulletin, 1896 (1897), 
vol. XVI, p. 205-238, pi. 73-87. Doc. 320 issued Nov. 7, 1896. F12-113 

The salmons of the Pacific coast. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 7-26; also in Manual 

of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 1-15. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Additional reports relative to the hatching and planting 
of the Penobscot salmon. By Wm. W. Fletcher, J. H. Slack, Thaddeus Norris, E. 
Sterling, and H. F. Dousman. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 380-384. 

F15-107 

Hatching and distribution of California salmon. A. Report on California 

salmon spawn hatched and distributed, by J. II. Slack. B. Hatching and dis- 
tribution of California salmon in tributaries of Great Salt Lake, by A. P. Rock- 
wood. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 431-435. F16-22 
[A. The shipment of salmon ova made to New Zealand.] Report, 1875-76 



(1878), p. 959-1003. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Propagation of the Atlantic salmon.] Report, 
1873-1875 (1876), p. XXX-XXXII; 1875-76 (1878), p. 25-26; 1877 (1879), p. 
36-39; 1878 (1880), p. XXVIII-XXIX; 1879 (1882), p. XXXI-XXXIII; 1880 
(1883), p. XXXI; 1881 (1884), p. XLVI-XLVII; 1882 (1884), p. LXVIII-XIX; 
1883 (1885), p. LXXX-LXXXI; 1884(1886), p. LV-LVI; 1885 (1887), p. LXXXV- 
LXXXVII; 1886 (1889), p. XXXIV-XXXV; 1887 (1891), p. XXXIX. 

[Propagation of the California salmon.] Report, 1873-1875 (1876), p. XXII- 



. 

XXX; 1875-76 (1878), p. 21-44; 1877 (1879), p. 31-36; 1878 (1880) p. XXV- 
XXVIII; 1879 (1882), p. XXVII-XXXI; 1880 (1883), p. XXIX-XXX; 1881 
(1884), p. XLV-XLVI; 1882 (1884), p. LXX-LXXI; 1883 (1885), p. LXXIX 
and LXXXI-LXXXII; 1884 (1886), p. LIII-LV; 1885 (1887), p. LXXXIV- 
LXXXV; 1887 (1891), p. XXXVIII-XXXIX. 

Valery-Mayet, Michel: Hatching salmon eggs at Montpellier, France, and trouble 
with fungus. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 272. F18-434 

Walker, C. H.: Location of a salmon hatchery in Oregon. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 309-310. F18-455 

Ward, F. M.: Young salmon in northern New Jersey. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 
VI, p. 345. Fl^eOS 

Wilmot, Samuel: Remarks on the scarcity of male and grilse salmon in the rivers 
of Ontario, Canada. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 379-381. F20-148 

SAIBLING. 

Gilbert, W. L.: Growth of the saibling (Salmo salvelinus) in the Old Colony trout 
ponds at Plymouth, Massachusetts. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 427. F18-57 



132 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Saibling eggs from Germany sent to Plymouth, 
N. H.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XLV. 

[Success with saibling eggs.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. LXXVII. 
- [Successful cultivation.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. LII. 

SEA BASS. 

Earll, B. E.: Hatching blackfish (Centropristis atrarius) and Spanish mackerel 
> Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 415-416. F18-353 

U. 0. Bureau of Fisheries: [The sea bass.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 223-224; also 
in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 225-226. 

SHAD. 

Babcock, William C.: Report of shad operations conducted at Fort Washington, 
Maryland, in 1883-84. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1035-1041 incl. tables; 1884 
(1886), p. 189-192 incl. tables, pi. F17-35 

Baird, Spencer F.: [First efficient steps in artificial propagation.! Report, 1872-73 
(1874), p. LII-LIII. 

[A fish worthy of cultivation.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. XLVIII-LIX. 

- [Propagation by the U. S. Commission of fisheries.] Report, 1873-1875 (1876), 
p. XVIII-XXII; 1875-76 (1878), p. 20-21; 1877 (1879), p. *29-31; 1878 (1880), 
p. XXXV-XXXIX; 1879 (1882), p. XXXIII-XXXV; 1880 (1883), p. XXXI- 
XXXIV; 1881 (1884), p. XLVIII-L; 1882 (1884), p. LXXIII-LXXVII; 1883 
(1885), p. LXXXIII-LXXXIV; 1884 (1886), p. LVIII-LXI; 1885 (1887), p. 
LXXXIX-XCV; 1886 (1889), p. XLII. 

Inducements offered fishermen to furnish shad eggs for the U. S. Commission 



of fish and fisheries. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 389-391, illus. F12-377 

Cary, H. H.: [Increase of shad due to propagation.] Quoted by Baird. Report, 1884 
(1886), p. LXXII. 

[Shad in Georgia waters.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 100-101. 

Clark, Frank Nelson: Report of experiments for determining the smallest amount 
of water in which young shad and eggs can be kept. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 
783-786. F16-340 

Notes on experiments in penning shad and taking eggs at Battery station, 
Havre de Grace, Md., in 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1045-1050. F17-37 

Daniell, William C.: Letters referring to experiments of W. C. Daniell, M. D., 
in introducing shad into the Alabama River. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 
386-390. F15-108 

Day, Francis: On the rearing, growth, and breeding of salmon in fresh water in Great 
Britain. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 307. F18-452 

Experiments with salmon in Scotland. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 56. 

F18-532 
Eckardt, B.: The experiments in propagating maifische (Alosa vulgaris) in 1876 

(1877). Report, 1877 (1879), p. 853-866. F16-122 

Fenton, Henry J.: [Shad hatching in Connecticut.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 310-311. 

[Shad hatching in Connecticut in 1884.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 319-320. 

[Shad hatching and distribution in Connecticut in 1886.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 405. 
Ferguson, T. B.: Extracts from a report of investigations of the shad fisheries and 

rivers south of Charleston, S. C., with a view to establishing stations for artificial 

propagation. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 244-248. F18-299 

Griffith, William: Result of planting shad in the Ohio River. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 12. F18-62 

Hamlen, William: Reconnaissance of Florida rivers with a view to shad hatching. 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 206-208. F13-98 

Report of shad -hatching operations at Battery station, Havre de Grace, Md. 
Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 401-410. F18-484 

Report on the shad work of the steamer Halcyon during the season of 1887. 



Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p.. 111. F18 7 596 

Harding, Charles William: Inquiries concerning the propagation of American 

smelt and shad, and notes on the fisheries of the Wash in England. Bulletin, 

1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 428-429. F18-58 

Huske, C. J.: Shad work in South Carolina. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 446. 

F18-178 
Report on the shad work in South Carolina in 1883. Transportation of shad 

eggs on trays. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 161-164. F13-91 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 133 

McDonald, Marshall: [Propagation of shad.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 881-883. 
Distribution of shad through Central station by the United States Fish com- 
mission in 1882. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 899-902, tables. F16-314 
Shad eg<*s sent to Cold Springs Harbor, New York, to be hatched. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884)" vol. IV, p. 198. F18-280 
Report of the shad propagation on the Potomac River during the season of 

1885 and 1886. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 369-385; 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 436-438. 

Report of shad propagation on the Potomac River during the season of 1885 

and 1886. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 369-385; 1886 (1889), p. 815-817. 

Report of shad distribution for the season of 1886. Report, 1886 (1889), 

p. 801-806. 

Report of shad distribution for 1886 and 1887. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), p. 302, 

427-432; 1887 (1889), p. 105-109 incl. tables. F18-658 

[Shad hatching in 1887.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. XLII-XLIV. 



Milner, James W.: Report on the propagation of the shad (Alosa sapidissima) and 
its introduction into new waters by the U. S. Fish commission in 1873. Report, 
1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 419-451. F15-111 

The propagation and distribution of shad. Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 901-909; 

1877 (1879), p. 847-852; 1878 (1880), p. 611-628. F16-74, F16-121, F16-171 

Page. William F.: Effects of sunlight upon shad eggs. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 308. F18-453 

Bice, Henry J.: Experiments upon retarding the development of eggs of the shad, 
made in 1879, at the United States shad-hatching station at Havre de Grace, Md. 
Report, 1881 (1884), p. 787-794, illus. F16-341 

Ryder, John Adam: On the retardation of the development of the ova of the shad 
(Alosa sapidissima), with observations on the egg fungus and bacteria. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 177-190. F12-319 

Additional observations on the retardation of the development of the ova of 

the shad. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 422-424. F12-240 

On the retardation of the development of the ova in the shad (Alosa sapi- 



dissima), with observations on the egg fungus and bacteria. Report, 1881 (1884), 
p. 795-811. F16-342 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Statistics of the shad-hatching operations conducted by 
the United States Fish commission in 1881 and 1882. Report, 1881 (1884), 
p. 1107-1 119, incl. tables; 1882 (1884), p. 903-913, tables. F16-346, F16-329 

Result of planting shad in the Muskingum River. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 32. F18-73 

Planting and catching of shad in Coosa River, Alabama. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 



vol.-III, p. 200. F18-125 

Smith, Everett: Results of planting shad in the Kennebec River. Bulletin, 1887 
(1889), vol. VII, p. 16 F18-637 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Historv of the introduction of shad in the Pacific States.] 
Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 404-427, pi. 76. 

Stevenson, Charles H.: [Effects of dams on artificial reproduction of shad.] Bulle- 
tin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 265-271. 

Stone, Livingston: [Overland journey with live shad from New York to California.] 
Report, 1873-1875 (1876), p. 377-429. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The propagation and distribution of the shad. A. 
Operations in the distribution of shad in 1874, by J. W. Milner. B. Report on 
shad-hatching in New Jersey, by G. A. Anderson. C. Voyage to Bremerhaven, 
Germany, with shad, by F. Mather. D. Living shad on their way to the Weser, 
tr. by H. Jacobson. E. Shad hatching and distribution of operations of 1875. 
Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 323-349. F16-18 

On the transportation of shad for long distances. A. Experiments with a 

view to transporting shad in sea water, by James W. Milner. B. Experiments 
with a view to transporting shad a few months old, by Charles D. Griswold. C. 
Apparatus for hatching shad ova while en route to new waters, by Fred Mather. 
Report, 1873-74 and 187^75 (1876), p. 363-376, illus. F16-20 

Report on shad-hatching operations. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 403-418. 

F15-110 

Report on the propagation and distribution of shad (Alosa sapidissima) in the 

spring of 1880. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 653-672, tables. F16-302 

Report of operations at Havre de Grace, Maryland. Report, 1883-1886 (1884- 

1887); 1883, p. 1043-1044; 1884, p. 199-208; 1886, p. 761-763, 807-814. F17-36 

- Report of shad -hatching operations at Battery station, Havre de Grace, Md., 

season of 1885 and 1887. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 401^10; 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 361-368; 1887 (1891), vol. VII, p. 95-100, incl. tables. F18-613 



134 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report of the operations of the U. S. Fish commission 
steamer Fish Hawk in shad-hatching during the seasons of 1885, 1886, 1887 Bulle- 
tin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 395-400; 1886 (1886), vol. VI, p. 289-293; 1887 (1889), 
vol. VII, p. 83-89. F18-594 

- Report on the shad work of the steamer Lookout. Report, 1884 (1886), t> 
123-127; 1885 (1887), p. 97-101; 1886 (1889), p. 825-827. F17-123 

Report of shad-hatching operations by the steamer Lookout during the seasons 

of 1885, 1886, 1887. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 386-394; 1886 (1886), vol. VI, 
p. 295-297;. 1887 (1887), vol. VII, p. 95-100. Fl 8-613 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Investigations of spawning grounds of shad.] 
Report, 1897 (1898), p. XXXVIII-XXXIX. 

Wallem, Frederik Meltzer: [Hatching young shad for the sake of the fisheries ] 
Report, 1878 (1880), p. 104-106. 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report of the operations of the U. S. steamer Lookout from 
March 31, 1881, t9 November 20, 1882. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 35-37. F16-322 

Report of a trip by the steamer Fish Hawk to the St. Mary's and St. John's 

rivers to hatch shad. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 241-242. F18-297 

Report of operations at the navy-yard shad-hatching station in Washington, 



D. C., during the season of 1882. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 891-897, pi. F16-321 

Worth, Stephen G-.: Shad hatching and carp culture. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 

II, p. 26-27. F18-71 

A poor season for shad hatching in North Carolina. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 54. F18-74 

Observations on the spawning habits of the shad. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), 

vol. XI. p. 201-206. Doc. 209 issued Mar. 11, 1893. F12-127 

The shad. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 133-158; also in Manual of fish-culture, 

rev. ed., 1900, p. 121-145. 

- Possible expansion of shad-hatchery work. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 
XXVIII, p. 789-793. Doc. 678 issued April, 1910. 10-35420 

SHEEPSHEAD. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Successful hatching of sheepshead eggs on Fish Hawk.] Re- 
port, 1888-89 (1892), p.-LIX. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The sheepshead.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 224-225; 
also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 226-227. 

SMELTS. 

Harding, Charles William: Inquiries concerning the propagation of American 
smelt and shad, and notes on the fisheries of the Wash in England. "Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 428-429. F18-58 

Mather, Fred: [Smelt successfully hatched at Cold Spring Harbor.] Report, 1885 
(1887), p. 113. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The smelt.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 188; also in 
Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 190. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Success in hatching smelts at Cold Springs 
Harbor.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. XCVI. Report, 1886 (1889), p. XXX. 

STURGEON. 

Dean, Bashford: Recent experiments hi sturgeon hatching on the Delaware River. 
Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 335-339, illus. Doc. 261 issued June 26, 
1894. F12-183 

Leach, Glen C., and Nicolas A. Borodin: Artificial propagation of sturgeon. Re- 
view of sturgeon culture in the United States, by Glen C. Leach, and Artificial 
propagation of sturgeon in Russia, by Nicolas A. Borodin. Appendix III, Re- 
port, 1919 (1921), 7 p. Doc. 880 issued Feb. 19, 1920. F20-I 

Rathbun, R.: [Sturgeon eggs successfully hatched.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 48-49. 

Ravenel, W. de C.: [Sturgeon culture at Cape Vincent.] Report, 1901 (1902), 
p. 38-42. 

Ryder, J. A.: [Sturgeon culture.] Bulletin, 1888(1890), vol. VIII, p. 268-276. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The artificial propagation of sturgeon in Schleswig- 
Holstein, Germany. (Reports translated from the German.) Bulletin, 1889 
(1891), vol. IX, p. 81-90. Doc. 151 issued May 29, 1891. Fl 2-139 

- [The sturgeons.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 189-191; also in Manual of fish-cul- 
ture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 191-193. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Experiments with sturgeon spawn.] Report, 

1887 (1891), p. XLV. 
[Sturgeon work in Minnesota.] Report, 1912 (1914), p. 51. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 135 

SUCKERS. 

Fraley, W. R.: [Carp mullets cultivated in North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 403-404. 
Gardner, A. P.: Experiments in the pond culture of trout, suckers, and catfish. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 417-420 F18-157 

SQUETEAGUE. 

Hughes, Smith E.: Live ponds for fish in New Jersey (weakfish). Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 349-351. F20-126 

Rathbun, Richard: [Eggs of spotted weakfish successfully hatched on Fish Hawk.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. LIX. 

[First attempt of artificial propagation.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 160. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The squeteague.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 224; also 
in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 226. 

TAUTOG. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The tautog.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 219-220; also 
in Manual of fish-cnlture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 221-222. 

TROUT. 

Barbour, C. H.: [Success with trout and salmon.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

P- 144. 
Clark, Frank N.: [Trout work of the U. S. hatchery, Northville, Mich.] Report, 

1881 (1884), p. 1049-1056; 1882 (1884), p. 818-822; 1883 (1885), p. 979-981; 

1884 (1886), p. 156-161; 1885 (1887), p. 124-126; 1886 (1889), p. 732-736. 

Spawning of California mountain trout, reared in confinement, from eggs 



brought from McCloud River. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 256. F18-] 

The brook trout. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 91-101; also in Manual of fish- 
culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 80-90. 

The lake trout. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 103-117; also in Manual of fish- 
culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 91-105. 

Clarke, H. R.: [A rainbow trout reared from eggs brought from California.] Bulle- 
tin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 360. 

Propagation of trout by the Southside Club. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 436. F18-500 

Crawford, S. M.: [Trout breeding.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 364-365. 

Delano, J. S., and Frantz, Emanuel H.: [Growth of California trout.] Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 100. 

Delawder, G. W.: [Cultivation of California trout and landlocked salmon.] Bulle- 
tin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 108. 

Dowell, Benjamin Franklin: Efforts in trout culture. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 64. F18-224 

Cultivating trout in Oregon. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 217. F18-286 

Duncan, J. Barker: Salmon and trout hatcheries in Scotland. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 451-456. F18-508 

Evermann, Barton Warren: The golden trout of the southern high Sierras. 

(Contains also: Temperature conditions in the Kern River region, by O. P. 

Jenkins: p. 50-51.) Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, 51 p., XVII pi. (partly 

col.), fold. map. Doc. 595 issued May 19, 1906. Fll-66 

Follett, Richard E.: [Trout culture in Connecticut.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol 

V, p. 351. 

Gardner, A. P.: Experiments in the pond culture of trout, suckers, and catfish 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 417-420. F18-157 

Gilbert, W. L.: The past, present, and future of trout culture. Bulletin, 1893 
(1894), vol. XIII, p. 47-48. Doc. 242 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

Green, Loren W.: Condition of the United States trout ponds. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 309. F18-454 

Green, Seth: Rearing of California mountain trout (Salmo irideus). Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 23. F18-11 

Growth of rainbow trout. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 360. 

Haack, Herman: Treatment of young salmonoids and coregoni from the time they 
leave the egg till they are fully developed and can be placed in open water. 
Report, 1879 (1882), p. 687-693. F17-19 

Holberton, Wakeman: The successful stocking of (Ohio) streams with trout. Bul- 
letin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 192. F18-123 



136 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Huske, C. J.: Report on California trout distribution in South Carolina. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 164-165. F18-259 

Jaffe, S.: [Notes on the rearing of yearling trout at Sandfort.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), 

vol. XV, p. 317-319. 
Kennedy, B. E. B.: [California trout in Nebraska.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 104. 

Koss, R. A.: Trout and trout culture. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 473^76. 

F12-389 
Kunnel: On the conditions under which trout exist on the German waters. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 393-395. F18-348 

Land, Gordon: [Hatching and feeding of Rocky Mountain trout.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 314-315. 
Leach, Glen C.: Culture of rainbow trout and brook trout in ponds. 19 p., illus. 

Economic Circular 41 issued Feb. 20, 1919. F19-3 

McDonald, Marshall: California trout planted in Roanoke River in July, 1883, 

retaken in June, 1884. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 286. F18-311 

California trout for the Ozark mountain region. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 447-448. F18-630 

- [Breed California trout at Wytheville.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. LXXXV. 
Report of operations at the trout-breeding station at Wytheville, Va., from 

its occupation in January, 1882, to the close of 1884. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 

103-108. F20-163 

[Distribution of trout eggs by the U. S. Fish commission from January 1, 1886, 



to June 30, 1889.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 833-842. 

Mather, Fred: E^ggs received from foreign countries at Cold Springs Harbor, N. Y., 

and retained or forwarded during the seasons of 1883-84 and 1884-85. Report, 

1884 (1886), p. 143-146. F20-164 

[Propagation of trout at Cold Springs Harbor, Long Island.] Report, 1884 
(1886), p. 130-134, pi.; 1885 (1887), p. 109-112; 1886 (1889), p. 721. 

Maynard, H. J.: Rainbow trout in southwestern Missouri. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), 
vol. VII, p. 55-56. F18-647 

Metcalf , Martin: Success in propagating California mountain trout from eggs brought 
to Michigan by the U. S. Fish commission. Bulletin, 1883' (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
471-472. F18-197 

Neelley, JVN.: [Propagating trout in Kentucky.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 108. 

New York Sun: [Increase of California trout.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 133. 

Page, W. F.: [Trout-rearing at Neosho, Mo.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 71-72. 

Feeding and rearing fishes, particularly trout, under domestication. (Bibliog- 
raphy: p. 312-314.) Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 289-314. Doc. 294 
issued May 22, 1895. 12-17377 

Paige, Charles L.: A method of cultivating rainbow trout and other salmonoids. 
Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 781-787, diagrs. Doc. 677 issued April, 
1910. 10-35421 

Peebles, M. T.: [Note on trout culture.] Bulletin 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 467. 

Pierce, John: [Lake trout in Colorado.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 134. 

Pierre, H. J.: [Hatching rainbow trout.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 347. 

Redmond, Roland: On rainbow trout reared from eggs brought from California. 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 230. F18-127 

Seagle, George A.: [California trout propagation at Wytheville, Va.] Bulletin, 

1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 350. 

[California trout in Holston River and in tributaries of New River.] Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 140. 

-The artificial propagation of the rainbow trout. Bulletin, 1896 (1897), vol. 
XVI, p. 239-256, illus., pi. 88-94. Doc. 319 issued Nov. 17, 1896. F12-111 

The rainbow trout. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 71-89; also in Manual of fish- 



culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 61-79. 
Smiley, Charles Wesley: Loch Leven trout introduced in the United States. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 28-32. F18-644 

Smith, Silas B.: Efforts to raise trout. Bulletin, 1885 (1885); vol. V, p. 435-436. 

F18-499 

Starkey, George A.: [Trout for sale.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 108. 
Stone, Livingston: Report of operations at the United States trout ponds, McCloud 

River, California. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 715-720; 1880 (1883), p. 615-621; 1881 

(1884), p. 1079-1083; 1882 (1884), p. 861-855; 1884 (1886), p. 171-176; 1885 (1887), 

p. 131-140; 1886 (1889) p. 737-745. 

Segregation of the sexes of trout. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 448. F18-505 
[Trout culture in England.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 338. 
Tuttle, J. S.: [Rainbow trout, eels, and hatching of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 133-134. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 137 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Minor trouts.j Report, 1897 (1898), p. 179-180; also 

in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 181-182. 
Wilson, Charles A.: Raising brook trout in mineral water. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 392. F18-112 

WHITEFISH. 

Bower, Seymour: Instructions for taking whitefish eggs. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 113-114. F18-239 

Buck, H. H.: Report upon hatching one million whitefish eggs from the Great Lakes, 
at Orland, Me., and upon planting the young in Eagle Lake, Mount Desert. 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 454-^55. F18-182 

Clark, Frank Nelson: Report of operations connected with the propagation of white- 
fish (Coregonus albus) at the North ville station, North ville, Michigan, for the 
season of 1880-81. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 553-596. F16-276 

[Propagating whitefish at the United States hatchery, Northville, Mich.] Re- 
port, 1881 (1884), p. 1038-1040; 1882 (1884), p. 813-838; 1883 (1885), p. 975-979; 
1884 (1886), p. 151-156; 1885 (1887), p. 123-124. 

On the rearing of the whitefish in spring- water, and its relation to their subse- 
quent distribution. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 301-306. 

On the propriety of depositing [whitefish] minnows off the harbor of Cleveland, 

Ohio. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 349-353. F12-398 

- [Success of whitefish propagation.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 99-100. 
Results of planting young whitefish in Lake Erie. What the fishermen think 

of whitefish propagation. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 113-121. F18-382 
Natural as compared with artificial hatching of whitefish. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 321-323. F18-465 
Whitefish distributed from Northville and Alpena stations. Bulletin, 1887 

(1889), vol. VII, p. 65-66. F18-652 

- History and methods of whitefish culture. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 213-220. Doc. 257 issued June 26, 1894- F12-183 

A plan for promoting the whitefish production of the Great Lakes. Bulletin, 



1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 635-642. Doc. 673 issued Apr. 14, 1910. 10-35439 
Curtis, J. E.: [Propagation of whitefish.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 335-336. 

F18-326 
Downing, SethW.: A plan for promoting the whitefish production of the Great 

Lakes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 627-633. Doc. 672 issued Apr. 

14, 1910. 10^5439 

Greenfield, Alfred: Report upon the receipt and hatching of American whitefish 

ova and planting of the fry in Australia. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 190- 

191. F18-279 

Haack, Hermann: Treatment of young salmonoids and coregoni from the time they 

leave the egg till they are fully developed and can be placed in open waters. 

Report, 1879 (1882), p. 687-393. F17-19 

McDonald, Marshall: [Distribution of whitefish by the U. S. Fish commission from 

January 1, 1886, to June 30, 1887.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 835. 
Mason, Frank Holcomb: Proposed exportation of whitefish eggs to Switzerland. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 272. F18-131 

Mather, Fred: [Propagation of whitefish at Cold Springs Harbor, Long Island.] 

Report, 1884 (1886), p. 134; 1885 (1887), p. 109, 1886 (1889), p. 721. 
Metcalf, Martin: Planting whitefish and other Salmonidse in inland lakes. Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 422-423. F18-622 
Milner, James W.: [History of whitefish culture in the Great Lakes.] Report, 1872 

and 1873 (1874), p. 25-34. - , 

Page, W. F.: Shrinkage of whitefish eggs during transportation on trays. Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 360. F18-612 

[Record of whitefish eggs received and hatched at Druid Hill hatching house, 

Baltimore, Md.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 316. 
Beighard, Paul Boby: A plan for promoting the whitefish production of the Great 

Lakes. [With discussion by Edward E. Prince, C. H. Wilson, Kelly Evans, 

Barton W. Evennann, Tarlton H. Bean, Charles E. Fryer, John W. Titcomb, W. 

E. Meehan, Seymour Bower, W. T. Thompson, Frank N. Clark, Samuel F. Full- 

erton, and Dwight Lydall.] Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 643-684, 

diagrs. Doc. 674 issued Apr. 14, 1910. 10-35439 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Introduction of whitefish in California.] Bulletin, 1895 

(1896), vol. XV, p. 428^30, pi. 77. 
Sterling, E.: On the impropriety of depositing whitefish minnows off the harbor of 

Cleveland, Ohio. Fishing for saugers. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 302-303. 

F18-141 



138 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Stranahan, J. J.: The methods, limitations, and results of whitefish culture in Lake 

Erie. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 315-318. Doc. 388 issued Aug. 8, 

1898. F-12110 

- The whitefish. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 119-131; also in Manual of fish-culture, 

rev. ed., 1900, p. 109-120. 

Toxnlin, W. David: [Results of planting whitefish fry in Lake Superior.] Bulletin, 
1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 411. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Propagation of whitefish.] Report, 1872-73 
(1874), p. XXV-XLVI; 1873-1875 (1876), p. XXXII; 1875-76 (1878), p. 26-27; 
1877 (1879), p. 39; 1878 (1880), p. XXXV; 1880 (1883), p. XXVII-XXIX; 1881 
(1884), p. XLIV; 1882 (1884), p. LXIV-LXVIII; 1883 (1885), p. LXXVI- 
LXXVII; 1884 (1886), p. XLIX-LI; 1885 (1887), p. LXXVIII-LXXX; 1886 
(1889), p. XXX. 

Worth, S. G.: [Propagation of the cisco at Put in Bay.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 101. 

TURBOT. 

Anthony, Baoul Louis Ferdinand: The cultivation of the turbot. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 859-870, pi. CII-CIII, illus. Doc. 686 issued April, 1910. 

10-35563 
METHODS. 

Behr, Friedrich von: Treatment of fish eggs at sea. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 1, 

p. 346-347. F20-112 

Borne, Max von dem: Dry transmission of fish eggs. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 

p. 345. 
Hessel, Rudolph: Method of treating adhesive eggs of certain fishes, especially of 

the Cyprinidse in artificial propagation. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 566-570, pi. 

XVII-XVIII. F15-117 

Mason, Frank H.: [Description of method employed by Lugrin at Gremaz, France, 

for producing food for young fish.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 203-205. 
Nussbaum: A simple test to learn if fish ova are impregnated. (Tr. by John A. 

Ryder.) Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 347-348. F12-371 

Page, William F.: The most recent methods of hatching fish eggs. Bulletin, 1888 

(1890), vol. VIII, p. 207-218, illus., pi. XXX-XXXVI. Doc. 139 issued Mar. 

13, 1890. Fll-321 

Beisenbichler, G. F.: The thick or thin fertilization of eggs. Report, 1879 (1882), 

p. 633-635. F17-11 

Stenzel, Alexander: On the so-called "dry" method of impregnation of spawn. 

Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 571-575. F15-118 

Wallich, Claudius: A method of recording the egg development for use of fish cultur- 

ists. Report, 1900 (1901), p. 185-194, pis. Fll-71 

AERATION. 

Atkins, C. G.: [Aeration in hatching salmon.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 950-951, illus. 

[Aeration in salmon culture.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 38-39; also in Manual 

of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 26-27. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffmann: [Oxygenizing water.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 32-33. 
Bettoni, Eugenic, and Decio Vinciguerra: [Necessity of water aeration.] Report, 

1886 (1889), p. 545-547. 

Harron, L. G.: [Linden plugs for areation.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 95. 
McDonald, Marshall: Experiments in the transportation of the German carp in a 

limited, supply of water. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 215-218. F12-321 

Byder, John Adam: [Experiments by Marshall McDonald on methods of aeration.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 521. 
Seal, William P.: The keeping of Salmonidae for purposes of exhibition. Bulletin, 

1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 283-285, illus. F18-676 
Sharp, J.: [Transporting bass.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 363-368. 
Vincent, Eugene: Devices for use in fish hatcheries and aquaria. Bulletin, 1908 

(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1025-1035. Doc. 705 issued April, 1910. 10-35556 

APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES. 

Atkins, Charles G.: Cheap fixtures for the hatching of salmon. Report, 1878 
(1880), 25 p., illus. Doc. 21 issued May 29, 1879. Fll-209 

Bayer, Hector von: A method of measuring fish eggs. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 
XXVIII, p. 1009-1014, diagrs. Doc. 703 issued April, 1910. 10-35426 

Bettoni, Eugenio: [Hatching apparatus.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 548-562. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 130 

Clark, F. N.: The self-picker. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 62-65. F18-22 

[Clark hatching-box.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 96-97; also in Manual of fish- 
culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 84-85. 

Dannevig. Gunder Mathisen: Apparatus and methods employed at the marine 
fish hatchery at Flodevig, Norway. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 799- 
809, illus., pi. CI, diagrs. Doc. 680 issued April, 1910. 10-35442 

Ewart, Cosser: [A new hatching box.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 316. 

Fuller, Alfred E.: New and improved devices for fish culturists. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 991-1000, pi. CIV-CVI. Doc. 700 issued April, 1910. 

10-35566 

Giles, W. S.: [Tanks for transferring fish from the Mississippi River to Kansas.] 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 312. 

Huske, C. J.: [McDonald, automatic jar.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 164. 

Kincaid, Walter S.: New methods of transporting eggs and fish. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1037-1039. Doc. 706 issued April, 1910. 10-35425 

Kite, J. Alban: Report upon apparatus needed and facilities for hatching Spanish 
mackerel. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1095-1100, illus. F17-40 

Klotz, J. P. J.: [Hatching apparatus.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 499-504, illus. 

LaValete St. George, Adolf Johann Hubert: A new fish-hatching apparatus. 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 209-212, illus. F18-126 

- A new fish-hatching apparatus. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 448. F18-181 

McDonald, Marshall: [Apparatus for hatching buoyant fish eggs.] Report, 1881 
(1884), p. 1127-1129, illus. 

History of the experiments leading to the development of the automatic 

fish-hatching jar. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 183-192, illus. F12-379 

[A moving hatchery.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 106. 

v ^TT - PA, - J Z ~/U ~ J "L -A. 1, -! . ! 1 OTO 



Milner, James W.: [Apparatus used in shad hatching in 1878.] Report, 1878 
(1880), p. 615-617. 

Page, William F.: [Description of the McDonald universal hatching jar.] Bulletin, 
1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 209-218, illus., pi. XXX-XXXVI. 

Robinson, Robert K.: A device for counting young fish. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), 
vol. XXVIII, p. 1001-1004, diagrs. Doc. 701 issued April, 1910. 10-35422 

Ryder, John Adam: [Description of McDonald apparatus, and use in prolonging 
period of incubation of shad ova.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 182-183. 

Simms, George E.: An improvement in hatching and rearing boxes; with notes 
on the continuous feeding of the fry of Salmonidae. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 
XXVIII, p. 1015-1023. Doc. 704 issued April, 1910. 10-35445 

Stone, Livingston: [Williamson troughs.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 18-19; also in 
Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 12-13. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Descriptions of improved apparatus in fish hatching. 
Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 578-587. < F15-120 

On the transportation of shad for long distances. A. Experiments with a view 

to transporting shad in sea water, by James W. Milner. B. Experiments with -a 
view to transporting shad a few months old, by Charles D. Grlswold. C. Appa- 
ratus for hatching shad ova while en route to new waters. Report, 1873-74 and 
1874-75 (1876), p. 363-376, illus. F16-20 

[Chester boxes.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 204-205, pi. 57; also in Manual of 



fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 206-207, pi. 58. 
[McDonald tidal boxes.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 202-204, illus., pi. 56; also in 

Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 204-206, illus., pi. 57. 
Vincent, Eugene: Devices for use in fish hatcheries and aquaria. Bulletin, 1908 

(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1025-1035. Doc. 705 issued April. 1910. 10-35556 

Wood, William Maxwell: [Apparatus for hatching Spanish mackerel.] Report, 

1883 (1885), p. 1091, illus. 
Worth, S. G.: [McDonald automatic hatching jar.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 150-153, 

illus., pi. 41; also in Manual offish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 138-141, illus., pi. 46. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Baird, S. F.: [History of fish-culture.] Report, 1872-73 (1873), p. XXXI-XXXIV. 
Behr, Friedrich von: [Address made at meeting of German fishery association at 

Berlin, Mar. 16, 1877, by Mr. Behr, of Schmoldow, president of the association, 

member of the German parliament.] Report, 1875 and 1876 (1878), p. 1014-1024. 
Benecke, B.: Utilizing water by fish-culture. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1101-1131. 

Doc. 103 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-247 

Borne, Max von dem: On pond fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 649-650. F16-13 

Success of fish-culture. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 11^123. F13-88 

Clark, Frank N.: Disadvantage of planting small fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887;, 

vol. VI, p. 421-422. F18-621 



140 tr. s. BUREAU or FISHERIES. 

Ducastel, M.: The transformation of salt marshes into fish ponds. Report, 1880 

(1883), p. 517-531, illus. F16-279 

Hiester, Charles E.: Fish-culture for profit. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p.382-383. 

F20-125 
Johnson, Robert S., and Mortimer Freeman Staple ton: Fish ponds on farms. 

Appendix II, Report, 1915 (1917), 28 p., XIX pi. Doc. 826 issued Dec. 15, 1915. 

F16-79 

Fish ponds on farms. 32 p. , illus. Doc. 826, revised edition, issued 1917. F17-259 

K., Baron von: Fish-culture as a means of improving the race of fish. Bulletin, 

1885 (1885), vol. V., p. 289-291. - F18-443 

Klotz, J. P. J.: On the artificial propagation of fish. Report, 1880 (1883) p. 491-516, 

illus. F16-289 

Lyman, Theodore: Fish-culture in salt or brackish water. Report, 1872 and 1873 

(1874), p. 575-578, pi. XIX. F15-119 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: Notes on the dissolved content of water in its effect upon 

fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 891-906. Doc. 688 issued April, 

1910. 10-35560 

The treatment of fish-cultural waters for the removal of algse. Bulletin, 1908 



(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 871-890, illus. Doc. 687 issued April, 1910. 10-35567 
Mead, Albert Davis: A new principle of aquiculture and transportation of live 

fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 759-780, pi. XC-C, diagrs. Doc. 

676 issued April, 1910. 10-35565 

Mb'bius, Karl August: Can we do anything to decrease, preserve, or increase the' 

number of our useful marine animals? Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 393-400. 

F12-421 
Moore, Emmeline: The Potamogetons in relation to pond culture. Bulletin, 1913 

(1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 251-291, pi. XXII-XXXIX. Doc. 815 issued July 28, 

1915. F15-84 
Some plants of importance in pond-fish culture. (Bibilography: p. 19-20.) 

Appendix IV, Report, 1919 (1921), 20 p., fold, chart. Doc. 881 issued Mar. 24, 

1920. F20-108 

Mulertt, Hugo: [Price list of Hugo Mulertt, 507 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.] 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 109-110. 
Nicklas, Carl: Pond culture. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 467-655, illus. Doc. Ill issued 

Dec. 1, 1886. Fll-293 

Page, William F.: [Size of fish eggs and number contained in a quart.] Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 405^06. 

Peat-bogs as fish-pounds. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 58-59. F18-19 

Popular Science Monthly: [Spawning of fish in confinement.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 308-309. 
Raver et-Wattel, C.: Report on the condition of pisciculture in foreign countries 

from documents collected at the International fishery exposition at Berlin, 1880. 

Report, 1880 (1883), p. 477-^89. F16-295 

Reighardt, E.: The injurious influence, on pisciculture of the retting water of flax 

and hemp. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 545-550. F16-296 

Smiley, C. W.: A geographical catalogue of persons who have stated that they are 

interested in fish-culture. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 393-449. F18-113 
- What fish-culture has first to accomplish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

65-68. F13-82 

Some results of the artificial propagation of Maine and California salmon in New Eng- 
land and Canada recorded in the years 1879 and 1880. Compiled by the United 

States Fish commissioner from letters received. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 

270-277. F20-142 

Stange, J.: Fish becoming blue and rigid during transportation. Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 64. F18-535 

Titcomb, John W.: Aquatic plants in pond culture. Report and special papers, 

1907 (1909), 31 p., II pis., illus. Doc. 643 issued Feb. 8, 1909. 9-35225 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Observations upon fishes and fish-culture. Bulletin, 

1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 49-61. Doc. 188 issued June 20, 1892. F12-135 

Verdict against artificial fish-culture, and an answer thereto. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 382-387. F20-166 

Wagner, C.: What does a fish cost? Report, 1878 (1880), p. 605-607. F16-170 

Wengen, von der: A review of the failures and successes of artificial fish-culture. 

Report, 1884 (1886), p. 437-161. F17-135 

Wilson, Charles Branch: Dragonflies and damselflies in relation to pondfish culture, 

with a list of those found near Fairport, Iowa. (Bibliography : p. 260-26 1 .) Bul- 
letin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 179-264, illus., pi. LXVII-LXIX. Doc. 882 

issued Aug. 4, 1920. F20-160 



Part 3. FISHES Continued. 
Section 3. FISHERIES AND FISHERY INDUSTRIES. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Decrease of fishes 145 

United States I 145 

General 145 

California 146 

Florida 146 

Maine 146 

Rhode Island.. 146 

Utah 146 

Washington 146 

Great Lakes 146 

Gulf of St. Lawrence 146 

Ontario 147 

Europe 147 

Belgium 147 

France 147 

Germany 147 

Great Britain 147 

Norway 147 

Russia 147 

Baltic Sea 147 

India 147 

Species 147 

Bluefish 147 

Catfish 147 

Grayling 148 

Herring 148 

Mackerel 148 

Menhaden 148 

Pompano 148 

Salmon 148 

Shad 148 

Tilefish 148 

Fishermen 148 

United States 148 

General 148 

ssi Alaska 149 

California 149 

Florida 149 

Texas 149 

Great Lakes 149 

Europe 149 

Iceland 149 

Sweden 149 

India 149 

Hawaiian Islands 149 

Special fisheries 149 

Haddock 149 

Halibut 149 

Mackerel 149 

Menhaden 150 

Salmon 150 

Sturgeon 150 

Mortality 150 



Page. 

Statistics 150 

United States 150 

General 150 

Alabama 150 

Alaska 151- 

Arkansas 151 

California 151 

Connecticut 151 

Delaware 151 

Florida 151 

Georgia 151 

Idaho 152 

Illinois 152 

Indiana 152 

Iowa 152 

Kansas 152 

Kentucky 152 

Louisiana 152 

Maine 152 

Maryland 152 

Massachusetts 153 

Michigan 153 

Minnesota 153 

Mississippi 153 

Missouri 153 

Nebraska 153 

Nevada 153 

New Hampshire 154 

New Jersey 154 

New York 154 

North Carolina 154 

Ohio 154 

Oregon 154 

Pennsylvania 155 

Rhode Island 155 

South Carolina 155 

South Dakota 155 

Tennessee 155 

Texas 155 

Utah 155 

Vermont 155 

Virginia 155 

Washington 156 

West Virginia 156 

Wisconsin 156 

Gulf States 156 

Middle Atlantic States. . . 156 

New England States 156 

Paci fie Coast States 157 

South Atlantic States 157 

Great Lakes.. 157 

Mississippi River 157 

Canada 157 

British Columbia 157 

Atlantic Ocean 158 

141 



142 



U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



Statistics Continued. 


Page. 


Fishways 


Page. 
164 


Europe 


158 


United States 


164 


Austria 


158 


General 


164 


France 


158 


California 


164 


Norway 


158 


Illinois 


164 


Sweden 


158 


Montana 


164 


Special fisheries 


158 


Germany 


165 


Capelan 


158 


'Fisheries considered geographi- 




Halibut 


158 


cally 


165 


Mackerel 


158 


United States 


165 


Menhaden . 


158 


General 


165 


Shad 


158 


Alabama . 


166 


Sturgeon 


159 


Alaska . 


166 


Fishing grounds 


159 


Arkansas 


167 


United States 


159 


California 


167 


General 


159 


Colorado 


167 


New England. . . 


159 


Connecticut 


167 


Great Lakes 


160 


Delaware 


167 


Special 


160 


Florida 


167 


Cod 


160 


Georgia 


168 


Haddock 


160 


Illinois 


168 


Halibut . . 


160 


Louisiana 


168 


Mackerel 


160 


Maine 


168 


Menhaden 


160 


Maryland 


168 


Salmon 


160 


Massachuset ts 


168 


Sturgeon 


160 


Michigan 


169 


Fish markets 


160 


Mississippi 


169 


Europe 


160 


New Hampshire 


169 


Germany 


160 


New Jersey 


L69 


Great Britain 


160 


New York 


169 


Hawaiian Islands 


161 


North Carolina 


169 


Fish trade 


161 


Oregon 


170 


United States 


161 


Pennsylvania 


170 


General 


161 


Rhode Island 


170 


California 


161 


South Carolina . 


170 


District of Columbia . . 


161 


Texas 


170 


Florida 


161 


Utah 


170 


Georgia 


161 


Vermont 


171 


Maine 


161 


Virginia 


171 


Massachusetts 


161 


Washington 


171 


New York 


162 


Atlantic States . 


171 


Gulf States 


162 


Gulf States 


171 


Middle Atlantic States . 


162 


N"ew England States. . . . 


171 


New England States 


162 


Pacific States 


172 


Pacific coast 


162 


Interior waters 


172 


South Atlantic States 


162 


Lake St. Clair 


173 


Great Lakes . . 


162 


Lake Washington 


173 


Gulf of Mexico 


162 


Great Lakes 


173 


Porto Rico 


162 


Columbia River 


173 


Europe 


163 


Indian River 


173 


Germany 


163 


Mississippi River . 


173 


Great Britain 


163 


Potomac River 


173 


Norway 


163 


Gulf of Mexico 


174 


White Sea 


163 


Gulf of St. Lawrence 


174 


Oceanica 


163 


Chesapeake Bay. . . 


174 


Australia 


163 


Puget Sound 


174 


Hawaiian Islands 


163 


Canada 


174 


Special 


163 


General 


174 


Carp 


163 


British Columbia 


175 


Cod 


163 


Labrador 


175 


Goldfish.. : .... 


163 


Newfoundland 


175 


Herring 


163 


Nova Scotia 


175 


Salmon 


164 


West Indies 


175 


Shad. 


164 


Bahama Islands 


175 


Miscellaneous. . . 


164 


Porto Rico. . 


175 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



143 



Fisheries, etc. Continued. 
South America 


Page. 
175 


Laws and legislation Continued. 
Europe Continued . 


Page. 




175 


Russia 


184 




175 


Scotland 


184 


Peru 


175 


India 


184 




176 


Hawaiian Islands 


184 


General 


176 


International 


184 


Austria 


176 


Species 


185 




176 


Bluefish ... 


185 




176 


Cod 


185 


France 


176 


Herring. . 


185 


Germany 


176 


Mackerel 


185 


Great Britain 


176 


Menhaden 


185 


Greece 


177 


Salmon 


185 


Iceland 


177 


Sardines 


186 


Italy 


177 


Sturgeon 


186 




178 


Modus vivendi 


186 


Norway 


178 


Patents 


186 


Portugal 


178 


Treaties 


186 


Spain 


179 


Fishery methods 


186 


Sweden 


179 


United States 


186 


Asia 


179 


Apparatus and appliances . 


186 


China 


179 


Fishing vessels 


187 


India 


179 


Nets, description of 


188 


Japan 


179 


Nets gill 


188 


Siberia 


180 


Nets fyke 


188 


Svria 


180 


Nets purse 


188 


Africa 


180 


Nets preservation of 


189 


Algeria 


180 


Trawls and trawling 


189 


Cape Colony 


180 


Europe 


189 


Oceanica 


180 


Apparatus and appliances . 


189 


Australasia 


180 


Fishing vessels 


189 


Hawaiian Islands 


180 


Nets, description of 


189 


New Zealand 


180 


Nets gill 


189 


Oceans .... 


180 


Nets, purse 


190 


Arctic Ocean 


180 


Trawls and trawling 


190 


Atlantic Ocean 


180 


India* Apparatus and appli- 




Indian Ocean 


180 


ances 


190 


Pacific Ocean 


181 


Special fisheries 


190 


Seas 


181 


United States 


190 


General 


.181 


Alewife 


190 


Baltic Sea 


181 


General 


190 


Berin" Sea 


181 


(Maine . ... 


190 


Caspian Sea 


181 


New England 


190 


North Sea 


181 


Atka fish: Alaska 


190 


South Sea 


181 


Barracuda: California 


190 


White Sea . 


181 


Bass 


190 


Laws and legislation . 


181 


General 


190 


United States 


181 


California 


190 


General 


181 


Carp 


190 


- Alaska 


182 


General 


190 


District of Columbia 


182 


Illinois 


191 


Maryland 


183 


Ohio . . 


191 


Massachusetts 


183 


Virginia 


191 


'Michigan 


183 


Lake Erie 


191 


New Jersey 


183 


Catfish 


191 


Pennsylvania 


183 


General 


191 


Rhode Island 


183 


California 


191 


Washington 


183 


Louisiana 


191 


Great Lakes 


184 


Cod 


191 


Mississippi and Ohio Riv- 




General 


191 


ers 


184 


Alaska 


192 


Europe 


184 


Massachusetts 


192 


Austria 


184 


Maine 


192 


Belgium 


184 


New England 


193 


Iceland 


184 


Chesapeake Bay 


193 


Italy. . 


184 


Pacific Coast. . 


193 



144 



U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



Special fisheries Continued. 
United States Continued. 
Eel 


Page. 
193 


Special fisheries Continued. 
United States Continued. 
Red snapper Contd 


Page. 


Alaska 


193 


Gulf States 


201 


Maryland 


193 


Gulf of Mexico 


201 


Massachusetts 


193 


; ablefish 


201 


New York 


193 


Alaska 


201 


Flounder 


193 


Pacific coast 


201 


General 


193 


Salrrvon 


201 


Massachusetts 


193 


General 


201 


Texas. 


193 


i Alaska 


201 


Gourami 


193 


California 


202 


Grayfish 


193 


Connecticut 


202 


Haddock 


194 


Idaho 


202 


General 


194 


Maine 


203 


New England 


194 


Massachusetts 


203 


Halibut 


194 


New York 


203 


General 


194 


Oregon 


203 


1 Alaska 


194 


Virginia 


203 


New England 


194 


Washington 


203 


Pacific coast 


195 


New England 


203 


Bering Sea 


195 


Pacific coast 


203 


Herring 


195 


Lake Chanrplain 


204 


General 


195 


Sardine 


204 


* Alaska 


195 


General 


204 


Maine. . . 


196 


Maine . . - 


204 


Massachusetts 


196 


Pacific coast 


204 


Potomac River 


196 


Puget Sound 


204 


Puget Sound 


196 


Scup* New England 


204 


Kingfish: Florida 


196 


Shad 


204 


Mackerel 


196 


General 


204 


General 


196 


Connecticut 


205 


Florida 


197 


Delaware 


205 


Massachusetts - 


197 


Florida 


205 


New York . 


198 


Georgia 


205 


North Carolina 


198 


Maine 


205 


Texas 


198 


Maryland 


205 


Virginia. ... 


198 


Massachusetts 


205 


New England 


198 


New Hampshire 


205 


Pacific Coast 


198 


New York . . 


206 


Gulf of St. Lawrence. 
Menhaden. . 


198 
198 


North Carolina 
Pennsylvania 


206 
206 


General 


198 


Rhode Island 


06 


Connecticut 


199 


South Carolina 


206 


Delaware 


199 


Virginia 


206 


Florida 


199 


Atlantic coast 


206 


Maine 


199 


Middle Atlantic States 


207 


Maryland 


199 


Pacific coast 


207 


Massachusetts. 


199 


Chesapeake Bay 


207 


New Jersey 


199 


Gulf of Mexico 


207 


New York 


199 


Ohio River 


207 


North Carolina 


199 


Potomac River 


207 


Rhode Island 


199 


Mississippi River 


207 


South Carolina 


199 


Shark : Nantucket 


207 


Virginia . 


199 


Spot 


207 


Middle Atlantic States 


200 


Squeteague . . . 


207 


Atlantic coast 


200 


Sturgeon 


207 


Mullet.... 


200 


General 


207 


General 


200 


Delaware 


208 


Florida 


200 


Florida 


208 


North Carolina 


200 


Pacific coast 


208 


Gulf States 


200 


Columbia River 


208 


Pompano* Florida 


200 


Swordfish 


208 


Red snapper 


200 


General 


208 


General 


200 


New England 


208 


Florida 


200 


Tilefish . . 


208 


Texas. . 


200 


Trout: Alaska. . 


208 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



145 



Special fisheries Continued. 

United States Continued. 1'age. 

Tuna : California 208 

Whitefish 208 

Whiting 209 

Canada 209 

Alewife 209 

Herring 209 

General 209 

Labrador 209 

Newfoundland . . .t 209 

Mackerel 209 

General 209 

Labrador 209 

Salmon 209 

Shad 209 

South America : Shad 209 

Europe 209 

/ Brisling : Norway 209 

Capelan : Norway 209 

Carp ." 210 

Austria 210 

Germany 210 

Eel: Sweden 210 

Flounders: Sweden 210 

Halibut 210 

Iceland 210 

Norway 210 

Herring 210 

Germany 210 

Great Britain 210 

Iceland 210 

Netherlands 210 

Norway 211 

Sweden 211 

Baltic 211 

White Sea 211 

Mackerel 11 

Great Britain 211 

Norway 211 

Sweden 212 

Baltic 212 

Salmon 212 

France 212 

Germany 212 

Sweden 212 

Baltic... 212 



Special fisheries Continued. 
Europe Continued. 
Salmon Con tinued . 

White Sea 

Sardine 

Denmark 

France 

Shark 

Iceland.. 



Page. 

212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 

Norway 212 

Sprat: Sweden 212 

Japan: Carp 212 

Hawaiian Islands 213 

Mullet 213 

Shark 213 

Fishery products 213 

Preservation of products 213 

Bait 213 

Collagen 213 

Fertilizer 213 

Glue 214 

Ichthylepidin 214 

Isinglass 214 

Oil 214 

Skins 215 

Stock feed 215 

Products as food 215 

Preparation 215 

General 215 

Alive 215 

Anchovies 216 

Babracoted 216 

Bloaters 216 

Canning 216 

Caviar 217 

Cooking 217 

Dried 218 

Fish eggs 219 

Kippered 219 

Klip fish 219 

Miscellaneous proc- 
esses 219 

Refrigeration 220 

Salting 220 

Smoking 221 

Nutritive value 221 



DECREASE OF FISHES. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Baird, Spencer FuUerton: [Decrease of food-fishes.] Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 
XVIII-XXXIII; 1872-73 (1874), p. I-XVI; 1873-1875 (1876), p. VII-XV: 
1875-76 (1878), p. 4-8. 
[Diminution of fishes.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 59-72. 

Chadwick, B. P.: The destruction of young fish by unsuitable fishing implements. 
Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 339-340. F20-115 

Chapman, Pearson, sr.: Habits of the shad and herring, as they appear in the Poto- 
mac River to one who has watched them for fifty years. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 61-64. F13-81 

Church, Daniel T.: Why the size of mesh in menhaden seines should not be re- 
stricted. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 463. F18-188 

Goode, George Brown.: [Inquiry into causes of fishery deterioration.] Report, 
1884 (1886), p. 1145-1148. 



5690 21- 



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146 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Green, Loren W.: [Decrease in salmon on the Pacific coast.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 286-288. 
Hardy, L. H.: [Destruction of fish by Dutch nets.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol IV, 

p. 317. 

McDonald, Marshall: [Causes concurring in producing a decrease in the river fish- 
eries of the Atlantic States.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 43-44. 

- [Diminution of fish.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. V. 
Nickerson, Seth: Destruction of small fish in weirs. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 184. F18-274 

Rathbun, Richard: [Decrease of food-fishes.] Report, 1888-89 (1893), p. XLIII- 

XLIV; 1894 (1896), p. 100-114. 
Spangler, A. M.: The decrease of food-fishes in American waters and some of the 

causes. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 21-35. Doc. 239 issued June 6, 1894. 

F12-183 
Wallem, Fredrik Meltzer: [Diminution of fishes.] Report, 1879 (1882), p. 102-103. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Diminution of fish in California.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 
217-218. 

FLORIDA. 

Brice, John J.: [Diminution of fish in Florida.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 268-269, 
341-342. 

MAINE. 

A petition to the Fish commission of the United States, signed by the fishermen of 
Block Island, June 12, 1877. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 35-39. F16-152 

Tibbetts, N. V.: Scarcity of cod and haddock on the coast of Maine. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI. p. 75-76. F18-537 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Rhode Island, General assembly, Senate Committee on fisheries: Pleadings 
before the Senate Committee on fisheries, of the Rhode Island legislature, at its 
January session of 1872. Argument of J. Talbot Pitman in favor of a law prohibit- 
ing the use of traps and pounds in Rhode Island. Abstract of an address by 
Captain Nathaniel E. Atwood, in opposition to legislation. Before the Senate 
committee of Rhode Island legislature, January session, 1872. Report, 1871-72 
(1873), p. 196-227. F16-61 

UTAH. 

Siler, Andrew L.: Depletion of fish in Panguitch and Bear Lakes, Utah. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 51. F18-214 

WASHINGTON. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Periodicity in abundance of fish in Washington.] Report, 
1899 (1900), p. 274-277. 

GREAT LAKES. 

Laflin & Co.: Need of a national law to regulate the size of mesh of both pound and 
- gill nets on the Great Lakes. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 223-224. 

F18-292 

Milner, James W.: [Diminution of food-fishes of the Great Lakes.] Report, 1871 
and 1872 (1873), p. 1-72. 

Sheley, G. A.: Destruction of fish caused by nets of small mesh in Lake Michigan. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 353. F18-331 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Causes of the decreased abundance of fish in the Great 
Lakes.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 152, 215-216, 243-244. 

Sterling, E.: Notes on the Great Lakes fisheries, depletion of black bass, etc. Bul- 
letin, 1884(1884), vol. IV, p. 218-219. F18-287 

GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE. 

Collins, Joseph William: On the scarcity of mackerel in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 
Bulletin, 1884 Q884), vol. IV, p. 427-430 and 435-438. F13-119 and F18-359 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 147 



ONTARIO. 



Wilmot, Samuel: Introduction of California salmon into Ontario, with remarks on 
the disappearance of Maine salmon from that province. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 347-349. F20-146 



EUROPE. 

BELGIUM. 



Selys-Longchamps, Edmond, i. e. Michel Edmond Selys de: Repopulation of 
the water-courses in Belgium. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 815-824. F16-343 



PRANCE. 

Gilford, George: The disappearance of sardines from the Vendean coast, and its 
causes. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 4. F18-63 

GERMANY. 

Behr, Friedrich von: [Decrease of fish in Germany.] Report, 1875-76 (1878), p. 

1016-1024. 
Benecke, Berthold: [Decrease of the fisheries in Germany.] Report, 1884 (1886), 

p. 1186. 
Mobius, Karl August: Can we do anything to decrease, preserve, or increase the 

number of our useful marine animals? Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 393-400. 

F12-421 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

Bertram, James G.: [On the possibility of exhausting the sea fisheries of Europe.] 
Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 141-144. 

Commissioner appointed to inquire into the sea fisheries: [Extracts from the 
Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the sea fisheries of the 
United Kingdom; presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her 
Majesty. London, 1861.] -Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 145-148. F16-58 

Royal commission on trawling: [On the diminution of the ocean fisheries.] Bul- 
letin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 96-99. 

Scotland. Fishery Board: [Diminution of fish in Scotland.] Report, 1882 (1884), 
p. 230-236. 

NORWAY. 

Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: [Caupes for the diminution of the salt-water fisheries 
of Bohuslan.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 206-220. 

RUSSIA. 

Soudakevicz, Theodore: [The decrease of food fishes in Russia.] Report, 1872-73 
(1874), p. 493-495. 

BALTIC SEA. 

Widegren, Hjalmar: [Diminution of the fisheries of the Baltic.] Report, 1878 
(1880), p. 125-126. 

INDIA. 

Day, Francis: [Decrease of fisheries in India.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 385-388 

SPECIES. 

BLUEFISH. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Diminution of the scup and bluefish in New England.] 
Report, 1871-72, (1873) p. 229, 235-252. 



Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Diminution of catfish.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 
XCVIII-XCIX. 



148 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

GRAYLING. 

Fitzhugh, D. H.: [Decrease of grayling in Au Sable Paver.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 470. 

HERRING. 

Jensen, Olaf Scheveland: Report on the practical and scientific investigations of 

the spring herring fisheries, during the year 1880, submitted to the Department 

of the Interior. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 127-161. F16-288 

Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: Contribution toward solving the question of the secular 

periodicity of the great herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 497-503. 

F17-6 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Decrease of the herring in the waters of Passamaquoddy 
Bay and vicinity.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 417-430. 

MACKEREL. 

Moore, J. Percy: [Diminution of mackerel.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 3-4. 

MENHADEN. 

Goode, George Brown: [Diminution of menhaden.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 101-112. 

POMPANO. 
Wilcox, William A.: [Diminution of pompano.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 252. 

SALMON. 

Bedding, Joseph D.: Causes of the decrease of salmon in the Sacramento River. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 57-58. F18-649 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Diminution of salmon. 1 Report, 1898 (1899), 

p. XX-XXIV. 
Watson, W. C.: [The disappearance of the salmon and its causes.] Report, 1873-74 

and 1874-75 (1876), p. 534-538. 

SHAD. 

Milner, James W.: [Diminution of shad.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 
p. 354-362. 

Slack, James H.: [The causes of decrease of shad in the Delaware.] Report, 1872-73 
(1874), p. 457-458. 

Stevenson, Charles H.: The restricted inland range of shad due to artificial obstruc- 
tions, and its effect on natural reproduction. Bulletin 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 
265-271. Doc. 376 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

[Diminution of shad of the Atlantic coast of the United States.] Report, 1898 

(1899), p. 103-127. 

Yarrow, Harry Crecy: [Great decrease of shad in Georgia and North Carolina.] 
Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 396-397. 

TILEFISH. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Diminution of tilefish.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. LII. 

FISHERMEN. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Collins, J. W.: [Extracts from records and reminiscences of fishermen.] Report, 

1881 (1884), p. 307-443. 
Freeman: [Cape Cod fishermen.] Quoted by Goode in The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. IV, p. 146-149. 
Goode, G. Brown, and Joseph William Collins: The fishermen of the United 

States. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States, 1887, 

Sec. IV, 145 p.; Appendix, 19 p. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 149 



ALASKA. 

Bower, Ward Taft and H. C. Fassett: [Alien fishermen in Alaska.] Appendix II, 
Report, 1913 (1914), p. 39-40. 

CALIFORNIA. 

San Francisco Chronicle: Italian fishermen in San Francisco. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 281-283. F18-439 

FLORIDA. 

Collins, Joseph William: [The fishermen engaged in the fisheries of western Florida.] 

Report, 1885 (1887), p. 282-283. 
Wilcox, William A.: [Fishermen of Indian River, Florida.] Report, 1896 (1898), 

p. 257-258. 

TEXAS. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Fishermen engaged in the coast fisheries of Texas.] 
Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 375. 

GREAT LAKES. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fishermen of the Great Lakes in 1885.] Report, 

1887, 1891 p. 35, 43-44, 57, 72, 93, 107, 171, 174-176, 178, 185, 214, 247, 290-292, 

298, 306, 308, 310. 
[Fishermen of the Pacific coast of the United States.] Report, 1888-89 (1893), 

p. 46, 51, 59, 64, 75, 100-103, 127-128, 144, 163-164, 172, 180-181, 184, 186, 188, 

194, 197, 204, 238, 241, 245. 
Wilcox, William A.: [Pacific coast fishermen.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 139-304. 

EUROPE. 

ICELAND. 

Annaniassen, A.: [Fishermen of Iceland.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 312-313. 
Garde, Aug.: [Pay of Iceland fishermen.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 303-307. 
Thorsteinson, A.: [Food of fishermen in Iceland.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 320-321. 

SWEDEN. 

Lundberg, Rudolph: [The fishermen of Sweden.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 373. 

INDIA. 

Day, Francis: [Fishermen of India Castes and condition.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 
385, p. 408-413. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Fishermen of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 
387-393. 

SPECIAL FISHERIES. 

HADDOCK. 

Goode, George Brown, and Collins, J. W.: [Types of men engaged in haddock 
fishery.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 227. 

HALIBUT. 

Scudder, Newton Pratt: [Fishermen of the halibut fishery Davis's Strait.] Re- 
port, 1880 (1883), p. 220-226. 

MACKEREL. 

Goode, George Brown: [Fishermen engaged in the mackerel fishery of the United 
States.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 139, 173-174. 



150 U. S. BUKEAU OF FISHERIES. 



MENHADEN. 



G-reer, Rob Leon: [Fishermen of the menhaden fishery of the Atlantic coast 1 Ap- 
pendix III. Report, 1914 (1915), p. 26. 



SALMON. 



Cobb, John Nathan: [Fishermen and other employees engaged in the salmon fish- 
eries of the Pacific coast.] Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), p. 35-36. 

STURGEON. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Fishermen engaged in the sturgeon fishery of the Delaware 
River.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 373. 

MORTALITY. 

Benecke, Berthold: [Dangers to fishermen.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1190-1191. 
Bland, John: [A suggestion for avoiding the danger incident to the transfer of fish 

from the smacks to the collecting steamers.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol IV p 

359-360. 
Collins, Joseph William: Loss of life and property in the Gloucester fisheries. Bulle- 

tin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 180-181. F18-272 

Forbes, Robert Bennet: Loss of life and property in the fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 181-182. F18-273 

Wilcox, William A.: A man killed by a swordfish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 417-418. F18-621 

STATISTICS. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Alexander, A. B.: [Report on statistics of the fisheries of the United States and 
Alaska from 1901 to 1904.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 146-149. 




1886 (1889), p. 20-23. 
Bowers, George M.: [Statistical inquiries concerning fisheries of the United States.] 

Report, 1901 (1902), p. 11-13. 
Smiley, Charles Wesley: Methods and results of an effort to collect statistics of the 

fish trade throughout the United States. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 247- 

253. F12-361 

- Statistics of the imports and exports of fish, fish-oil, whalebone, etc., for ten 

years ending June 30, 1882. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 273-278 incl. 

tables. F18-134 

A statistical review of the production and distribution to public waters of 

young fish by the United States Fish Commission, from its organization to the 

close of 1880. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 825-915. F16-345 

Statistics of the United States imports and exports of fish, fish oil, whalebone, 



the tonnage of fishing vessels, etc., for the year ending June 30, 1883, and for the 

year ending June 30, 1884. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 301-315; 1884 (1886), p. 

241-263. F17-26 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Statistics of the fisheries of the United States. Bulletin, 

1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 389-417. Doc. 276 issued July 5, 1894. F12-183 

- - Statistics of the fisheries of the interior waters of the United States. Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 489-574. Doc. 361 issued Mar. 23, 1898. Fll-184 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistical review of the coast fisheries of the United 

States. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 271-378. Doc. 177 issued Sept. 25, 1891. F15-56 

ALABAMA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Alabama in 1894.] Report, 
1895 (1896), p. 106. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 489-501, 531-533. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 151 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Alabama in 
1887 and 1888.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 365. 

Statistics of the fisheries of Alabamain 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 128-135. 

Statistics of the fisheries of Alabama in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 693. 

Statistics of the fisheries of Alabama for 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 444-451. 



ALASKA. 



Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of Alaska in 1905. (Statistics: p. 
38-43.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 46 p. Doc. 603 issued Oct. 16, 
1906. 6-35319 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1908. (Statistics: p. 17.) Report 
and special papers, 1908 (1910), p. 17-19. Doc. 645 issued Apr. 17, 1909. 

7-35263 



ARKANSAS. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Arkansas for 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 543-547. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Arkansas for 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 661-670, 701-707. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of California.] Report, 1896 

(1898), p. 572. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of the fisheries of southern California in 

1898.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. CLXII-CLXIV. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of California in 1888.] Report, 

1888-89 (1892), p. 374-376. 

CONNECTICUT. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Connecticut in 1888.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 316-322. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Connecticut in 1898.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 
379-386. 

[Statistics of Connecticut in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 316-325. 
- [Statistics of 'the fisheries of Connecticut in 1905 .] Report, 1906 (1908) , p . 83-93 . 



DELAWARE. 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Delaware]. 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 336-339. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Delaware.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 263-267. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of Delaware in 1901.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 484-188. 
- [Statistics of the fisheries of Delaware in 1904.] Report, 1905 (1907), p. 62-66. 

FLORIDA. 

Alexander, A. B.: [Statistics of the fisheries of the interior waters of Florida in 1902.] 

Report, 1904 (1905), p. 133-134. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Florida.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 360-364. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of western Florida.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 112-128. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of eastern Florida.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 218-227. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of western Florida in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 

419-443. 
- [Statistics of the fisheries of eastern Florida in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 



397-410. 

Wilcox, William A.: [Statistics of the fisheries of the Indian River, Florida, in 1895.] 
Report, 1896 (1898), p. 258-262. 



GEORGIA. 



U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Georgia.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 350-360. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Georgia in 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 210-218. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Georgia in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 386-397. 



152 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



IDAHO. 



Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Idaho in 1894.1 Report, 
1896 (1898), p. 573-574. 



ILLINOIS. 



Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Illinois in 1894.1 Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 519-523. 
IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Illinois in 1899.] Report, 

1901. (1902), p. 676-684. 

INDIANA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics cf the fisheries cf Indiana in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 512-517. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Indiana in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 673-676. 

IOWA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Iowa in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 552-555. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Iowa in 1899.] Report 

1901 (1902), p. 714-722. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Lake Pepin and Lake Keokuk during 1917.] Re- 
port, 1918 (1920), p. 77-80. 

KANSAS. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Kansas in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 570-571. 
II. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Kansas in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 738-740. 

KENTUCKY. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Kentucky in 1894.] Re- 
port, 1896 (1898), p. 524-527. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Kentucky in 1899.] Re- 
port, 1901 (1902), p. 685-688. 

LOUISIANA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Louisiana in 1894.] Re- 
port, 1896 (1898), p. 538-542. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Louisiana.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 368-370. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Louisiana in 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 145- 

159. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Louisiana in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 697-701. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Louisiana in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 465-473. 

MAINE. 

Earll, B. Edward: Statistics of the fisheries of Maine. (Census bulletin no. 278.) 
1881, 47 p. Doc. 45 issued May 2, 1882. F12-239 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Maine in 1888.] Report, 
1888-89 (1892), p. 288-297. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Maine in 1898.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 322-340. 
- [Statistics of the fisheries of Maine in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 253-277. 

MARYLAND. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Maryland.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 340-344. 

[Statisticsof the fisheries of Maryland in 1897.] Report, 1900(1901), p. 268-287. 
- [Statistics of the fisheries of Maryland in 1901 .] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 489-516. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



153 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

Cape Anne Breeze: [Statistics of the fisheries of Gloucester for 1884.] Bulletin, 

1885(1885), vol. V, p. 343. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fisheries of Boston and Gloucester in 1891 .] Report, 

1892, (1894), p. CLX-CLXIV. 
[Inquiries relative to the fisheries of Boston and Gloucester, 1893 to 1896.] 

Report, 1894 (1896), p. 162-166; 1895 (1896), p. 113-120; 1896 (1898), p. 130-136; 

1897 (1898), p. CXXXII-CXXXVI. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [The fisheries of Gloucester and Boston, 1897 to 1901.] 

[Report, 1898 (1899), p. CXLVIII-CLII; 1899 (1900), p. CLIII-CLVIII; 1900 

(1901), p. 167-173; 1901 (1902), p. 142-149; 1902 (1904), p. 144-150. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Massachusetts in 1887 and 

1888.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 300-311. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Massachusetts in 1898.] Report, 1900 (1901), 
p. 343-363. 

- [Statistics of the Fisheries of Massachusetts in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), 
p. 281-305. 

[Statistics of the New England vessel fisheries at Boston and Gloucester.] 
Report, 1906 (1908), p. 16; 1907 (1909), p. 14; 1908 (1910), p. 13-16; 1909 (1911), 
p. 17-22; 1910 (1911), p. 23-27; 1911 (1913), p. 38-49; 1912 (1914), p. 24-37; 
1913 (1914), p. 49-59; 1914 (1915), p. 6-18; 1915 (1917), p. 43-60; 1916 (1917), 
p. 76-95; 1917 (1919), p. 12-32; 1918 (1920), p. 38-61. 



MICHIGAN. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Michigan in 1899.] Report, 
1901 (1902), p. 654-655. 

MINNESOTA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Minnesota in 1894 .] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 560-564. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Minnesota in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 725-730. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Mississippi in 1894 .] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 534-537. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Mississippi.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 366-368. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of Mississippi in 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 135- 

144. 



[Statistics of the fisheries of Mississippi in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 694- 

697. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of Mississippi in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 451- 

464. 

MISSOURI. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Missouri in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 548-551. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Missouri in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 707-713. 

NEBRASKA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Nebraska in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 568-569. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Nebraska in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 734-737. 

NEVADA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Nevada in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 572. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of commercial fishing in Nevada in 1900.] 

Report, 1901 (1902), p. 162. 



154 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of New Hampshire in 1887 

and 1888.] Beport, 1888-89 (1892), p. 298-300. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of New Hampshire in 1898.1 Report, 1900 (1901) 

p. 341-342. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of New Hampshire in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), 



p. 277-281. 

NEW JERSEY. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of New Jersey.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 328-332. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of New Jersey in 1897.] Report, 1900 (1901), p 222- 

254. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of New Jersey in 1901.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 458- 
477. 

- [Statistics of the fisheries of New Jersey in 1904.] Report, 1905 (1907), p. 29- 
55. 

[Statistics of coastal fisheries of New York and New Jersey, by counties, exclu- 
sive of shellfish, 1915.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 72-75. 

[Statistics of the coastal fisheries of New York and New Jersey in 1917 .] Report, 
1918 (1920), p. 66-70. 

NEW YORK. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of New York in 1894 and 1895.] 

Report, 1896 (1898), p. 502-507. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of New York in 1887 and 1888.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 324-328. 

- [Statistics of the fisheries of New York in 1897.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 
203-222. 

- [Statistics of the fisheries of New York in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 657. 
- [Statistics of the fisheries of New York, in 1901.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 

442-457. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of the interior lakes and streams of New York in 1903.] 
Report, 1904 (1905), p. 136. 

Statistics of costal fisheries of New York and New Jersey, by counties, exclu- 
sive of shellfish, 1915. Report, 1916 (1917), p. 72-75. 

- [Statistics of the coastal fisheries of New York and New Jersey in 1917.] Re- 
port, 1918 (1920), p. 66-70. 

[Statistics of the wholesale fresh-fish trade of New York City in 1917.] Report, 
1918 (1920), p. 73-76. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the fisheries of North Carolina.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 352-356. 

- [Statistics of the fisheries of North Carolina in 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), 
p. 177-203. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of North Carolina in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), 



p. 350-377. 

OHIO. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Ohio in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 509-511. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Ohio in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 672. 

OREGON. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Oregon in 1888.] Report, 

1888-89 (1892), p. 376-377. 

Wilcox, William A.: [Statistics of the fisheries of Oregon in 1889-1892.] Report, 1893 
)5), p. 213-239. 

rmV * s\ i 



[The fisheries of Oregon in 1895.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 615-631. 

fisheries of Oregon in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 535-549. 



[Statistics of the fisheries of 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 155 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Pennsylvania.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 333-335. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of Pennsylvania in 1897.] Report 1900 (1901), p. 

255-262. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of Pennsylvania in 1901.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 

477-483. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Pennsylvania in 1904.] Report, 1905 (1907) p. 



55-62. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Rhode Island in 1887 and 
1888.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 312-316. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Rhode Island in 1898.] Report, 1900 (1901), 
p. 364-379. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Rhode Island in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), 



p. 305-316. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of South Carolina.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 356-358. 

[The fisheries of South Carolina in 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 204-209. 

- [Statistics of the fisheries of South Carolina in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 
378-386. 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of South Dakota in 1894.] 

Report, 1896 (1898), p. 564-567. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of South Dakota in 1899.] 

Report, 1901 (1902), p. 730-733. 

TENNESSEE. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Tennessee in 1894.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 528-530. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Tennessee in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 689-692. 

TEXAS. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Texas.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 371-373. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Texas in 1897.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 160-169. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Texas in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 474-481. 

UTAH. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Utah in 1895.] Report, 

1896(1898), p. 571. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of the fisheries of Utah in 1900.] Report, 

1902 (1904), p. 151-152. 

VERMONT. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Vermont in 1894 and 1895.] 

Report, 1896 (1898), p. 501-502. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of the interior lakes and 

streams of Vermont in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 137. 

VIRGINIA. 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the coast fisheries of Virginia.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 345-351. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Virginia in 1897.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 288-310. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Virginia in 1901.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 517-540. 



156 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

WASHINGTON. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Washington in 1888 1 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 377-378. 

[Statistics of the vessel fisheries of Seattle in 1916.] Report, 1917 (1919), p. 
40-43. 

[Statistics of fishery products landed at Seattle.] Report, 1913 (1914), p 
62-64; 1918 (1920), p. 61-65. 
Wilcox, William A.: [Statistics of the fisheries of Washington in 1889, 1890, 1891, and 

1892.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 255-297. 
[Notes on the fisheriesof Washington in 1895.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 591-613. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Washington.] Report, 3901 (1902), p. 512-534. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Smith,, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries cf West Virginia in 1894 ] 

Report, 1896 (1898), p. 508. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of West Virginia in 1899.] 

Report, 3901 (1902), p. 671. 

WISCONSIN. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of Wisconsin in 3894.] Report 

1896 (1900), p. 556-559. 
IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of Wisconsin in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 656, 722-725. 

GULF STATES. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fisheries of the Gulf States. Report, 
1899 (1900), p. 105-169 incl. tables. Doc. 420 issued Oct. .9, 1899. Fll-105 

Statistics of the fisheries of the Gulf States, 1902. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 

411-481 incl. tables. Doc. 571 issued 1905. F12-233 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC STATES. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States 

in 1892 and 1893.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 53-57. 
A statistical report on the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States. Bulletin 

1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 339-467. Doc. 296 issued May 23, 1895. F15-54 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic 

States in 1897.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. CLIX-CLXI. 
IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 323-351. 
Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States. Report, 3900 (1901), 

p. 195-311 incl. tables. Doc. 453 issued Apr. 12, 1901. Fll-73 
Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States. Report, 1902 (1904), 

p. 433-540 incl. tables. Doc. 540 issued Oct. 27, 1903. Fll-7 
Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States for 1904. Report and 

special papers, 1905 (1907), 122 p. Doc. 609 issued Feb. 19, 1907. 7-35091 

NEW ENGLAND STATES. 



Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of the New England coast in 

1890.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 175-177. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States in 1892.] Report, 1894 

(1896), p. 122-147. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States 

in 1898.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 174-177. 
TT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fish and fisheries on the south shore of 

New England. Report 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 173-181. F16-&9 
[Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States in 1887 and 1888 . ] Report , 

1888-89 (1892), p. 286-322. 
Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States. Report, 1900 (1901), p. 

311-386 incl. tables. Doc. 454 issued Apr. 12, 1901. Fll-72 

[The fisheries of the New England States in 1902.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 



130-131. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 157 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States, 
1902. (Earlier publications of the Bureau relating to the fisheries of the New 
England States, p. 247.) Report, 1904 (1905), p. 245-325 incl. tables. Doc. 575 
issued July 14, 1905. F14-136 

Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States for 1905. Report and 

special papers, 1906 (1908), 93 p. Doc. 620 issued July 29, 1907. 7-35283 

PACIFIC COAST STATES. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Statistics of the fisheries of the Pacific coast in 1888 and 
1889.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 174-175. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of the Pacific States in 1892.] Report 1893 (1895), p. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of the Pacific States in 1896.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 

CXXXVII-CXXXIX. 

Statistics of whaling, cod-fishing, and salmon-packing on the Pacific coast. Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 89-90 incl. tables. F18-544 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the fisheries of the Pacific Coast 
States in 1887 and 1888.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 374-378. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of the Pacific Coast States in 1915.] Report, 1917 

(1919), p. 34-39. 

SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of the fisheries of the South Atlantic States 

in 1897.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. CLVII-CLIX. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistical review of the fisheries of the South Atlantic 

States.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 351-361. 
Statistics of the fisheries of the South Atlantic States. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 

171-227 incl. tables. Doc. 421 issued Oct. 9, 1899. Fll-106 
Statistics of the fisheries of the South Atlantic States, 1902. Report, 1903 

(1905), p. 343-410 incl. tables. Doc. 570 issued 1905. F12-232 

[Statistics of the fisheries of the South Atlantic States in 1902.] Report, 1904 

(1905), p. 131-132. 

GREAT LAKES. 

Milner, James W.: [Statistics of the fisheries of the Great Lakes for the year 1872.] ' 

Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 6-7. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Merwin-Marie Snell: Review of the fisheries of > 

the Great Lakes in 1885. Report, 1887 (1891), p. 3-334, LXIV pi. (partly fold.) 

fold. maps. Doc. 140 issued Mar. 2, 1891. Fll-330 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Statistics of the fisheries of Lake Ontario in 1897.] 

Report, 1898 (1899), p. CLII-CLVI. 
[Statistics of the fisheries of Lakes Erie and Ontario in 1899.] Report, 1900 

(1901), p. 164-166. 

[Statistics of the fisheries of the Great Lakes in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fisheries of the Great Lakes. Report, 
1901 (1902), p. 575-657. Doc. 506 issued Oct. 24, 1902. Fll-29 /> 

Statistics of the fisheries of the Great Lakes in 1903. Report, 1904 (1905), p. f 

643-731. Doc. 593 issued Dec. 30, 1905. F12-384 

[A statistical canvass of the fisheries of the Great Lakes, including Lake of the 



Woods, Rainy Lake, and Lakes Kabetogama and La Croix, during 1917.] Ap- 
pendix X, Report, 1918 (1920), p. 42-47 incl. tables. 



MISSISSIPPI RIVER. 



U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fisheries of the Mississippi River and 
tributaries. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 659-740. Doc. 507 issued Oct. 25, 1902. 

Fll-30 

[Statistics of the fisheries of Lake Pepin and Lake Cooper (Mississippi River) 

in 1914.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 58-60. 



CANADA. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Statistics of the fisheries of the province of British Columbia for 1884, 1885, 1886 . 
Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 424-425; 1886 (1886), vol. VI, p. 110-111; 1887 
(1888), vol. VII, p. 24-25, 159-160, tables, F18-551 



158 U. S. BUEEAU OF FISHERIES. 

ATLANTIC OCEAN. 

Dambeck, Carl: Statistics of the most important fisheries of the North Atlantic. 
Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 21-24. F16-3 

EUROPE. 
AUSTRIA. 

Peyrer, Karl: Fishery statistics of Austria. Report, 1876 (1878), p. 601-603. 

FRANCE. 

Statistics of the sea fisheries of France for the year 1884 [and 1885]. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 219-221, 305; 1887 (1887), p. 51-55. F13-582 

NORWAY. 

Juel, Niels: Statistics of the Loffoden fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 245-254; 

1881 (1884), p. 533-610. F16-160 

The Norwegian fisheries for 1883, with statistics for previous years. Report, 1883 

(1885), p. 359-369. F20-165 

Strom, Boye: Extracts from Norwegian official statistics of fisheries for the year 1880. 

Report, 1881 (1884), p. 611-617. F16-333 

Statistics of Norwegian fisheries in 1880. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 333-351. 

F20-167 
Extracts from the Norwegian fishery statistics for 1884. Report, 1885 (1887), 

p. 313-323. F16-333 

SWEDEN. 

Lundberg, Rudolph: [Statistics of the Swedish fisheries and remarks on the im- 
portance of scientific investigations concerning them.] Report, 1885 (1887), 
p. 390-395. 

Widegren, Hjalmar: Statistical data regarding the Swedish fisheries. Report, 
1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 31-34. F16-5 

SPECIAL FISHERIES. 
CAPELAN. 

Sars, George Ossian: [Statistics of the capelaii fisheries.] Report, 1880 (1883), 
p. 170-172, 177. 

HALIBUT. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the Pacific halibut and cod fisheries in 
1916.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 96-97. 

MACKEREL. 

Clark, A. Howard: [Statistics of the inspection of mackerel from 1804 to 1880 in 
Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 252-307. 

Earll, R. Edward: [Statistics of the Spanish mackerel fishery of the United States.] 
Report, 1880 (1883), p. 415-416. 

[Statistics of the mackerel fishery in 1880.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 214-221. 

Earll, B. Edward; W. A. Wilcox; David W. Low; and A. Howard Clark: Sta- 
tistics of the mackerel fishery. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 
United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. II, p. 304-313. 

Low, D. W.: [Statistics of the mackerel fishery in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 1873- 
1881.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 520. 

MENHADEN. 

Goode, George Brown: [Circular relating to statistics of the American menhaden 
fishery.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 268-271. 

SHAD, 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Statistics of the shad-hatching operations conducted 
by the United States Fish commission in 1881, Report, 1881 (1884), p. 1107- 
1119 incl. tables, F16-346 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 159 

Smiley, C. W. : Statistics of the shad-hatching operations conducted by the United 
States Fish commission in 1882. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 903-913. F16-329 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the shad and alewife industry of Chesa- 
peake Bay and tributaries in 1915.] Report, 1916 (1917), p. 65-70. 

[Statistics of the shad fishery of the Hudson River, 1915 and 1916.] Report, 

1916 (1917), p. 76. 

[Statistics of the shad fishery of the Hudson River in 1917.] Report, 1918 



(1920), p. 72. 

STURGEON. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [The statistics of the sturgeon fishery of the Delaware River 
and Bay.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 379-380. 

FISHING GROUNDS. 

UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton; H. F. Moore; and W. C. Kendall: Otter-trawl fish- 
ery. (Banks: p. 14.) Appendix VI, Report, 1914 (1915), 97 p., illus., fold, 
chart, fold. pi. Doc. 816 issued Apr. 17, 1915. F15-40 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Fishing grounds of the United States.] Report, 1881 
(1884), p. XXV-XXXI. 

[Fishing grounds along the eastern coast of North America from the Straits of 

Florida to New Foundland.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. X-XIII. 

[Fishing grounds of eastern North America.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 85-103. 

Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of Alaska in 1905. (Fishing grounds: 
p. 7-8, 10-12, 16-17, 21.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907). Doc. 603 
issued Oct. 16, 1906. 6-35319 

Collins, Joseph. William: [Fishing grounds of the Pacific coast of the United States.] 
Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 9-10, 28-29, 31, 33, 37-38, 45-46, 51-52, 58^59, 64, 
72-73, 147, 163, 172-173, 180, 184, 186, 190, 191, 193-194, 203-204, 230-231, 237- 
238, 241. 

Report on the discovery and investigation of fishing grounds made by the Fish 

commission steamer Albatross during a cruise along the Atlantic coast and in the 
Gulf of Mexico, with notes on the Gulf fisheries. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 217-311. 
Doc. 119 issued Nov. 3, 1887. Fll-298 

Collins, J. W., and Richard Rathbun: The sea fishing-grounds of the eastern coast 
of North America from Greenland to Mexico. In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1887. Sec. Ill, p. 5-78, 11 charts. 

Endicott, C.: A good fishing ground in the south Indian Ocean. Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 80. 

Johnston, Edward C.: Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington 
and Oregon, in 1915. Appendix VI, Report, 1915 (1917), 20 p. incl. tables, 4 
charts (part fold.). Doc. 835 issued Nov. 9, 1916. F16-332 

Jordan, David Starr: The sea-fishing grounds of the Pacific coast of the United 
States, from the Straits of Fuca to Lower California. In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. < 1887. Sec. Ill, p. 79-80. 

Radcliffe, Lewis: The offshore fishing grounds of North Carolina. 6 p., illus. Eco- 
nomic Circular 8 issued Feb. 25, 1914. F14-120 

Rathbun, Richard: [Report upon the inquiry respecting the fishing grounds of the 
Pacific and Atlantic coasts.] Report, 1888-1889 (1892), p. XLI-XLIII, XLVII- 
LXXVI. 

Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P. Rankin; and Edward Driscoll: 
Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington and Oregon in 1914. 
Appendix VII, Report, 1914 (1915), 30 p., pi., fold. tab. [2], fold, charts. 
Doc. 817 issued June 8, 1915. F15-86 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fishing grounds off San Diego County, California.] 
Report, 1898 (1899), p. CXXXIX-CXL. 

Wilcox, William A: [Fishing grounds of Indian River, Florida.] Report, 1896 (1898), 
p. 249-251. 

NEW ENGLAND. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Models of the fishing grounds of the eastern coast of 
New England for exhibition at the London fishery exposition.] Report, 1882 
(1884), p. LIII. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fishing grounds for fishery products landed at Boston.] 
Report, 1892 (1894), p. CLX-CLXIV. 

[Georges Bank fishing-ground.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 76-77, 



160 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

GREAT LAKES. 

Kumlien, Ludwig, and Frederick W. True: The fishing-grounds of the Great 
Lakes. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. 

III, p. 117-131. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fishing grounds of Lake Ontario.] Report, 1887 (1891), 
p. 306, 308, 311, 315, 319, 326-327. 

[Fishing grounds of Lake Huron.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. 408-410. 

[The fishing grounds of Lake Ontario.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. 444. 

SPECIAL. 

COD. 

Cobb, John Nathan: Pacific cod fisheries. (Fishing grounds: p. 13-23.) Appendix 

IV, Report, 1915 (1917), 111 p. incl. tables, IX pi., fold, chart. Doc. 830 issued 
Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 

Earll, B. Edward: [Fishing grounds of the shore cod-fisheries of Cape Ann, Massa- 
chusetts.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 692. 

HADDOCK. 

Goode, George Brown, and J. W. Collins: [Haddock fishing grounds.] Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 226-227. 

HALIBUT. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton: Preliminary examination of halibut fishing grounds of 
the Pacific coast. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 56 p. Doc. 763 issued 
July 22, 1912. F12-203 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John N. Cobb: Fisheries of Alaska in 1910. (Halibut 
grounds: p. 40-42.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 issued 
Apr. 19, 1911. 7-35263 

Scudder, Newton Pratt: [The halibut fishing grounds Davis' Strait.] Report, 
1880 (1883), p. 193-195. 

MACKEREL. 

EarU, B. Edward: [Spanish mackerel fishing grounds.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 406- 

407. 
Goode, George Brown: [The mackerel fishing grounds.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 

172-173. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [A vovage to the mackerel fishing grounds of Norway in 

1891.] Report, 1894 (1896), p." 171-172. 
[A vovage to the fishing grounds of Africa for mackerel in 1891.] Report, 

1894 (1896), p. 171-172. 

MENHADEN. 

Greer, Bob Leon: The menhaden industry cf the Atlantic coast. (Menhaden 

grounds: p. 10-11.) Appendix III, Report, 1914 (1915), 27 p., VII pi. (incl. 

front.). Doc. 811 issued Apr. 7, 1915. F15-39 

- The menhaden industry of the Atlantic coast. 30 p., VII pi. (incl. front.). 

Doc. 811 reprinted with additions Oct. 18, 1917. F17-263 



Cobb, John Nathan: Salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. (Fishing grounds: p. 
12-22.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 179 p. Doc. 751 issued Nov. 25, 
1911. Fl 1-303 

STURGEON. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Sturgeon fishery grounds of Delaware River and Bay.] Report, 
1899 (1900), p. 373. 

FISH MARKETS. 

EUROPE. 

GERMANY. 

Nuremberg carp exchange. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 428. F18-495 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

The fish supply of London. (Description of Billingsgate Market, Destruction of 
fish at Billingsgate Market.) Report, 1881 (1884), p. 643-661. F16-335 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 161 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Fish markets and the handling of fishery products in the 
Hawaiian Islands.] Bulletin, 1903 (1905), vol. XXII, pt. II, p. 751-758. 

FISH TRADE. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert: [Salmon from Washington territory and shad from 
Florida and North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 409-410. 

Smiley, Charles W.: Method and results of an effort to collect statistics of the fish 
trade and consumption of fish throughout the United States. Bulletin, 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 274-252. F12-361 

Statistics of the imports and exports of fish, fish-oil, whalebone, etc., for ten 
years ending June 30, 1882. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 273-278 incl. 
tables. F18-134 

Statistics of the United States imports and exports of fish, fish-oil, whalebone, 



the tonnage of fishing vessels, etc., for the year ending June 30, 1883-84. Report, 

1883 (1885), p. 301-316; 1884 (1886), p. 241-263, tables. F17-26 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Note regarding the promotion of fishery trade between 

the United States and Japan. Report, 1904 (1905), p. 239-243. Doc. 576 issued 

July 17, 1905. F10-5 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: A review of the foreign fishery trade of the United 

States. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 431-571. Doc. 325 issued 1896. Fll-191 

Wallem, Frederik Meltzer[ the fresh-fish trade of the United States. North, 

America as a market for imported fish products.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 77-785 

83-89. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Dall, William Healey: Notes on the fishing products exported from San Francisco, 
Cal., during the year 1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 125-128. F18-245 

Sacramento Record: [Shipment of marine products from San Francisco to China.] 
Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 161. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Market fish and the fish trade of San Francisco.] Bul- 
letin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 282-285. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Smiley, Charles W.: Inspection of fish and other marine products in the District of 
Columbia, 1879 to 1883, inclusive. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 1-12. 

F13-77 

Inspection of fish and other marine products in the District of Columbia. 

Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 47-48. F18-530 



Wilcox, William A.: [Fish trade of Indian River, Florida.] Report, 1896 (1898), 
p. 257-25. 

GEORGIA. 

Carrington, William T.: [Fish and oyster trade of Brashear, La.] Bulletin, 1886 

(1887), vol. VI, p. 141. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Notes on the wholesale fish trade of Georgia.] Report, 

1899 (1900), p. 215-216. 

MAINE. 

Fish bureau in Portland, Maine. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 310. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

II. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The wholesale fish trade of Boston and Gloucester, 
Mass.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 361-363. 

5690 21 11 



162 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



NEW YORK. 



Blackford, E. G.: [Salmon from Nova Scotia, Massachusetts coast, and the Columbia 
River in New York market.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 95. 

New York Market Index and Journal: Report for 1879 and 1880 of the sale of fish 
in Fulton Market, New York. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 426-427. 

GULF STATES. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The wholesale fishery trade of the Gulf States.] Re- 
port, 1899 (1900), p. 134-135, 141-144, 158-159, 169. 

[The wholesale fishery trade of the Gulf States, 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), 

p. 450-451, 462^63. 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC STATES. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The 'wholesale fishery trade of the Middle Atlantic 

States.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 254, 262, 267, 285-287, 309-310. 
Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States for 1904. (Wholesale 
fishery trade: p. 62, 88, 121, 122.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), p. 62, 
88, 121-122. Doc. 609 issued Feb. 19, 1907. 7-35891 

NEW ENGLAND STATES. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The wholesale fish trade of the New England States.] 
Report, 1900 (1901), p. 338-339, 361-363, 378-379, 386. 

PACIFIC COAST. 

Collins, J. W.: [Market for fish and fish trade of the Pacific coast of the United 
States.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 40-41, 47-49, 54-55, 87, 118-125, 157. 

Ball, William Healey: Notes on the Pacific coast trade in shells, shrimp, cod, and 
salmon. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 425. F18-160 

Wilcox, William A.: [The fish trade of the Pacific coast fisheries. Report, 1893 
(1895), p. 208-211, 254. 

The Commercial fisheries of the Pacific Coast States in 1904. (Wholesale 

fishery trade: p. 23-29.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907). Doc. 612 
issued Feb. 25, 1907. 7-35100 

SOUTH ATLANTIC STATES. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The wholesale fishery trade of the South Atlantic States 
in 1902.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 385, 397, 409. 

GREAT LAKES. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fish trade of Lake Erie.] Report, 1887 (1891), 
p. 237-238, 244, 248-249, 254, 269-270, 273, 275-276, 283, 287-288. 
- [Fish trade of Lake Huron, in 1885.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 206, 214, 217-218, 



221, 222. 



[Fish trade of Lake Michigan in 1885.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 
121-123, 130-131, 144, 148, 153, 167-168, 175, 186, 189, 198-199, 201. 
- [The fish trade of Lake Ontario.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 323, 325. 



94, 102, 111, 



TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The wholesale fishery trade of the Great Lakes in 1899.] 

Report, 1901 (1902), p. 596, 614-616, 626-627, 642-644. 
[The wholesale fishery trade of the Great Lakes in 1903.] Report, 1904 (1905), 

p. 662-663, 682-683, 699, 702-703, 714-716. 

GULF OF MEXICO. 

Collins, J. W.: [Fish trade of the Gulf of Mexico, Key West, and Cuba.] Report, 
1885 (1887), p. 271-273. 

PORTO RICO. 

Wilcox, William A.: Notes on the foreign fishery trade and local fisheries of Porto 
Rico. Report, 1899 (1900), 34 p. incl. tables, illus., 6 pi. Doc. 418 issued Oct. 4, 
1899. Fll-104 

[Fishery products imported by Porto Rico.] Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, 

pt. I, p. 41-48. 

The fisheries and fish trade of Porto Rico in 1902. Report, 1902 (1904), p. 367- 

395 incl. tables. Doc. 539 issued Sept. 19, 1903. Fll-5 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 163 

EUROPE. 

GERMANY. 

Smith: [Imports and experts of Germany.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884). vol. IV, p. 366. 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

The fish supply of London. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 643-661. F16-335 

London, Journal of the National Fish Culture Association: [Fish conveyed 

inland by railways in Great Britain.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 415. 

NORWAY. 

[Exports of fishery products from Norway.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 306. 

Wallem, F. M.: Exports of the fish-oil from Norway, 1878-1882. Bulletin, 1883 

(1883), vol. Ill, p. 240; 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 382. F18-129, F18-340 

WHITE SEA. 

Schultz, Alexander: [The fish trade of the White Sea, the Arctic Ocean, and Caspian 
Sea.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 51-52, 90-92. 

OCEANICA. 

AUSTRALIA. 

Kohlo, Charles: [Fish and oysters for New South Wales.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 365. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Cobb, J. N.: [Fish trade, Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 442-451; 1904 
(1905), p. 454-455. 

SPECIAL. 

CARP. 

Kottbus. Handelskammer: The Cottbus carp trade. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 
p. 158. F18-94 

Nicklas, Carl: [The sale of fish at the carp exchange at Cottbus, Province of Branden- 
burg, Prussia.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 629. 

[Price of carp in German markets in 1884.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 458. 

Smith, Amos: [Prices of carp.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885) vol. V, p. 102. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [The wholesale trade in carp in New York City. 
The carp trade in general.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 153. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Nuremberg carp exchange. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 428. F18-495 

Zenk, F.: Prices of carp, tench, and goldorfe in Germany. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 406. F18-152 

COD. 

Cobb, John Nathan: Pacific cod fisheries. (Market in the West Indies, Hawaii, 
Mexico: p. 72-75.) Appendix IV, Report, 1915 (1917), 111 p. Doc. 830 issued 
Oct. 28, 1916. F16-191 

Dambeck, Carl: [Cod-fish trade Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, and New- 
foundland.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 553-557. 

Earll, B. E.: [Disposition of Cape Ann cod.] Report, 1878 (1880,) p. 700-704. 

Friele, M.: [The codfish trade of Norway in 1877.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 722-723. 

German Fishery Association: [Codfish in the great markets of the world.] Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 310-311. 

GOLDFISH. 

[Goldfish trade of C.Wagner at Oldenberg, Germany.] Report, 1878, (1880),p.683-684. 

HERRING. 

Lundberg, B.: [Herring fish trade of Sweden.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 373-374. 



164 U. S. BUKEAU OF FISHERIES. 



SALMON. 



Cobb, John Nathan: Salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. (Trade with outlying 
possessions: pp. 138-153.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 180 p. Doc. 
751 issued Nov. 25, 1911. Fll-393 

Scotch Fisheries Improvement Association: [Salmon sold at Billingsgate ] 
Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 139. 



SHAD. 

Wright, Harrison: [The early shad fisheries of the north branch of the Susquehanna 
River Country supply and trade.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 623-624. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Donnelly, Frank L.: [Sales of fish.J Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 319. 

Hughes, Smith E.: Experiments in penning sea fish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 377-380. F18-337 

Paulsen, Paul George: The world's market for klip fish, roe, and herring. Bulle- 
tin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 392-393. F18-347 

Stange, J.: Fish becoming blue and rigid during transportation. Bulletin, 1886 
( 1887 ) , vol . VI , p . 64 . F18-53 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Transportation of live fish. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
vol. II, p. 95-102, illus. F18-80 

The weight of fishes in different conditions. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 391. 

F18-346 
FISH WAYS. 

UNITED STATES. 
GENERAL. 

Atkins, Charles G.: On fishways. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 591-616, pi. XX- 
XXXIV. F15-122 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [The increase of food fishes by the use of fishways.] 
Report, 1885"(1887), p. LXXIII. 

Bayer, Hector von: Fishways. (Authorities consulted; p. 1055.) Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1041-1057, diagrs. Doc. 707 issued Apr. 19, 1910. 

10-35568 

Coker, Robert Ervin: [The question of a practical and efficient fishway.] Appendix 
VIII, Report, 1913 (1914), p. 18-21. 

The question of fishways. 6 p. Economic Circular 24 issued May 8, 

1917. F17-187 

McDonald, Marshall: Report of Marshall McDonald, submitting plans and specifi- 
cations of the fishways for the Great Falls of the Potomac River. Judd & Det- 
weiler, 1884, 22 p., Doc. 72 issued June 5, 1884. Fll-273 

A new system of fishway building. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 43-52. Doc. 80 

issued Aug. 15, 1884. Fll-269 

[Erection of fishways at the Great Falls of the Potomac] Report, 1889- 



1891 (1893) p. 68-69. 
Nowicki, M.: Anton Pintsch's movable fishway. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 209-212. F13-99 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Obstructions to the ascent of fish in certain rivers. 

[Communication from E. M. Stillwell, M. C. Edmunds, M. McKennie, J. F. 

Ingalls, James W. Milner.] Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 617-633. F15-123 

CALIFORNIA. 

Throckmorton, S. B.: Description of the fishway in Pitt River, California. Bulle- 
tin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 202-204. F18-37 

ILLINOIS. 

[Fishways in Illinois.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 343. 

MONTANA. 

Waterbury, E. B.: Obstructions to salmon in Pend d'Oreille River, Montana, 
requiring a fishway or removal of falls. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
421-423 F18-158 






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GERMANY. 

Keller, H.: Freedom of migration for fish in Germany. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 
VI, p. 113-116. F18-553 

FISHERIES CONSIDERED GEOGRAPHICALLY. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Anderssen, Joakim: Report on the department of fisheries in the World's exposition 
in Philadelphia, 1876. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 47-71. F16-154 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton, and Theodore Gill: Memoranda of inquiry relative to 
the food-fishes of the United States. Report, 1871-72 (1873), 3 p. Doc.l issued 
1872 (?). F12-212 

Questions relative to the food-fishes of the United States. Report, 1871-72 

(1873), p. 3-6. Doc. 2 issued 1872 (?). F12-213 

The sea fisheries of the eastern North America. Report, 1886 (1889) 224 p. 
Doc. 125 issued May 14, 1889. Fll-253 

Collins, J. W.: [Attempts to use the beam trawl in the fisheries of the United States.] 
Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 400-404. 

[Notice of special matters affecting the fisheries of the United States.] Report, 

1887 (1891), p. 353-359; 1888-1889 (1892), p. CVIII-CXIX. 

Field, Irving A.: Unutilized fishes and their relation to the fishing industries. Re- 
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7-35352 

Goode, George Brown: Plan of inquiry into the history and present condition of 
the fisheries of the United States. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 3-52. F16-285 

The food fishes of the United States . . . with discussions of the Pacific species 

by D. S. Jordan and T. H. Bean; notes on the fishes of the Gulf of Mexico, by 
S. Stearns; and contributions from J. W. Collins, N. E. Atwood, M. McDonald, 
R. E. Earll, L. Kumlien, and other authorities. In The fisheries and fisherv 
industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. Ill, p. 163-182. 

The status of the United States Fish commission in 1884. A review of what 

has been accomplished in fish culture, and the investigation of the American 
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[Methods to be adopted for the improvement of the fisheries of the United 

States.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1148-1152. 

The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. Prepared through 

the cooperation of the Commissioner of fisheries and the Superintendent of the 
tenth census. (Contents. Sec. I. Natural history of useful aquatic animals, by 
G. B. Goode, J. A. Allen, H. W. Elliot, F. W. True, E. Ingersoll, J. A. Ryder, R. 
Rathbun. Sec. II. A geographical review of the fisheries industries and fishing 
communities for the year 1880, by R. E. Earll, W. A. Wilcox, A. H. Clark, F. 
Mather, J. W. Collins, M. McDonald, S. Stearns, D. S. Jordan, F. W. True. Sec. 
III. The fishing grounds of North America, by R. Rathbun, J. W. Collins, D. S. 
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United States, by G. B. Goode, J. W. Collins. Sec. V. History and methods of 
the fisheries, by G. B. Goode, J. W. Collins, N. P. Scudder, T. H. Bean, A. H. 
Clark, R. E. Earll, S. Stearns, F. W. True, M. McDonald, W. A. Wilcox, C. G. 
Atkins, D. S. Jordan, C. H. Gilbert, L. Kumlien, A. H. Clark, J. T. Brown, H. 
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vols., plates, charts. F20-35 

Perce, H. W.: National aspects of angling and protection of game fishes. Bulletin, 
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Rathbun, Richard: [Investigation of fisheries in waters contiguous to Canada and 
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Smiley, Charles Wesley: The principal river fisheries of the United States, with 
an estimate of the catch for 1880. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 281-300. F17-25 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: The fyke nets and fyke-net fisheries of the United States, 
with notes on the fyke nets of other countries. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, 
p. 299-355, pi. LXXII-XCI. Doc. 226 issued Nov. 9, 1895. F12-164 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The otter-trawl fishery from 1912 to 1915.] Report, 
1915 (1917), p. 60-62. 



166 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

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port, 1889-91 (1893), p. 173-204; 1892 (1894), p. 133-19]; 1893 (1895), p. 52-77; 
1894 (1896), p. 115-175; 1895 (1896), p. 93-123; 1896 (1898), p. 119-145; 1897 (1898), 
p. 125-146, (by H. M. Smith); 1898 (1899), p. 147-175; 1899 (1900), p. 147-163; 
1900 (1901), p. 163-184; 1901 (1902), p. 141-166; 1902 (1904), p. 143-160; (by C 
H. Townsend); 1903 (1905), p. 101-122, (by B. W. Evermann): 1904 (1905 \ p. 
121-162, (by. A. B. Alexander). 

- Fishery industries of the United States. Report of the division of statistics 
and methods of the fisheries * * * (by Lewis Radcliffe). Appendix X, Report, 
1918 (1920), 167 p. Doc. 875 issued Nov. 1.5, 1919; Appendix X, Report, 1919 
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Wallen, Fredrik Meltzer: Report on the American fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), 
p. 75-115. F16-155 

ALABAMA. 

Collins, Joseph William, and Hugh McCormick Smith: [Fisheries of Alabama.] 

Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 138-144. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fisheries of Alabama.] Report, 1895 (1896), p. 106. 



Alexander, Alvin, B.: [Notes on fishery investigations in Alaska by the Albatross, 
in 1894.] Report, 1895 (1896), p. 139-145. 

Bean, T. H.: The fishery resources and fishing grounds of Alaska. In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. Ill, p. 81-115, 4 pi. 

Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of Alaska. Report and special 
papers 2 1905 (1907), 46 p. Doc. 603 issued Oct. 16, 1906. 6-35319 

Pacific cod fisheries. (Bibliography: p. 108-111.) Appendix IV, Report, 

1915 (1917), 111 p. Doc. 830 issued Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 

Evermann, B. W.: [Alaska salmon investigations.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 87-102. 

French, Peter: [Note on fisheries of Alaska.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 462. 

Krause, Karl E. H.: Cod and halibut fisheries near the Shumagin Islands. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 259-260. F18-47 

Schwatka: [The fisheries of Alaska.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 462-463. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. (Report on the fish- 
eries of Alaska, by John N. Cobb. Report on inspection of the salmon fisheries, 
by Howard M. Kutchin.) Report and special papers, 1906 (1908), 70 p. Doc. 
618 issued May 16, 1907. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1907. By Millard C. Marsh and John N. Cobb. 

Report and special papers, 1907 (1909), 77 p., pis., charts, illus. Doc. 632 issued 
Apr. 16, 1908. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1908. By M. C. Marsh and J. N. Cobb. Report 

and special papers, 1908 (1910), 78 p. Doc. 645 issued Apr. 17, 1909. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1909. By M. C. Marsh and J. N. Cobb. Report 

and special papers, 1909 (1911), 58 p. Doc. 730 issued Apr. 20, 1910. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. By M. C. Marsh and J. N. Cobb. Report 

and special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 issued Apr. 19, 1911. 7-35263 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1911. (General administrative report, 

by B. W. Evermann and F. M. Chamberlain. Statistics of the fisheries of Alaska 
for 1911, by J. N. Cobb and F. M. Chamberlain. Fish culture in Alaska, by 
W. T. Bower. Fur-seal service in 1911, by W. J. Lembkey.) Report and special 
papers, 1911 (1913), 99 p. Doc. 766 issued Dec. 16, 1912. F12-388 

Fishery and fur industries of Alaska in 1912. (General administrative report, 

by B. W. Evermann. Fishery industries, by Fred M. Chamberlain and Ward T. 
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Harry J. Christoffers and Lee R. Dice.) Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 
123 p., pi. Doc. 780 issued Nov. 16, 1913. F12-388 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913. (General administrative report, 

by B. W. Evermann. Fishery industries, by Ward T. Bower and Harry Clifford 
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1913 (1914), 172 p. Doc. 797 issued Aug. 29, 1914. __ 
Alaska fisheries 



leries and fur industries in 1914. By Ward T. Bower and Henry 1). 
Aller. Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), 89 p. Doc. 819 issued Sept. 23, 1915. 

F12 388 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1915. By Ward T. Bower and Henry D. 
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1917. F12-388 



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T. Bower and Henry D. Aller. Appendix II, Report, 1916 (1917), 118 p. Doc. 
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Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1917. By Ward T. Bower and Henry D. 

Aller. Appendix II, Report, 1917 (1919), 123 p. Doc. 847 issued Dec. 28, 1918. 

F12-388 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1918. By Ward T. Bower. Appendix 

VII, Report, 1918 (1920), 128 p., X pi. Doc. 872 'issued Dec. 8, 1919. F12-388 
Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1919. By Ward T. Bower. Appendix 



IX, Report, 1919 (1921), 160 p. Doc. 891 issued Dec. 11, 1920. F12-388 

Wilcox, Wiliain A.: [Growth of the fishery industry in Alaska.] Report, 1893 (1895), 
p. 297-304. , 

ARKANSAS. 

Lawrence, George W.: [Letter referring to the presence of shad in the Ouachita 
River, Hot Springs County, Arkansas, in 1872.] Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), 
p. 392-393. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Buckingham, B. H.: [Fish in California.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 415. 
Holder, Charles Frederick: Sport fishing in California and Florida. Bulletin, 
1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 199-207, VI pi. Doc. 652 issued Feb. 28, 1910. 

10-35268 
Smith, H. M.: [Lake fisheries of California, 1894-1895.1 Report, 1896 (1898), p. 128. 

[Fisheries of interior waters of California, with especial reference to Lake 

Tahoe.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 572-573. 

Tanner, Z. L.: [Investigations of the fisheries of California by the Albatross, 1889 to 

1891.] Report, 1889-91 (1893), p. 215-226, 271-279. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Fisheries of San Francisco in 1898 and 1899.] Report, 

1899 (1900), p. CL-CLII. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Correspondence relating to the San Joaquin River and 

its fishes. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 479-483. F16-24 

Wilcox,. William A.: [The fisheries of California in 1889, 1890, 1891, and 1892.] Report 

1893 (1895), p. 147-212. 

[Fisheries of California in 1895.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 575-590, 633-659. 

[Fisheries of California in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 549-574. 

COLORADO. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [The fisheries of Colorado in 1900.] Report, 1903 

(1905), p. 11-5-118. 
Smith, H. M.: [The fisheries of Colorado in 1889.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 126-127. 



CONNECTICUT. 

Clark, A. Howard: The coast of Connecticut and its fisheries. Notes on the general 
fisheries, gathered by W. A. Wilcox and Fred Mather. In The fisheries and 
fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. V, p. 311-340. 



DELAWARE. 

Collins, Joseph William: Delaware and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. IX, p. 407^19. 
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FLORIDA. 

Adams, A. C., and William Converse Kendall: Report upon an investigation of 
the fishing grounds off the west coast of Florida. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, 
p. 289-312, II illus., pi. CXI (fold.). Doc. 162 issued July 24, 1891. F12-150 

Collins, Joseph William: [Notes on the fisheries of Key West and western Florida 
in 1885.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 246-311. 

Collins, Joseph William, and Hugh McCormick Smith: [Fisheries of Florida.] 
Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 108-138. 

Detwiler, John Y.: Notes on the fishing industry of eastern Florida. Bulletin, 
1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 309-312. Doc. 386 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 



168 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Fisher, F. B.: Fishing and fish-culture in Florida. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 

p. 251. 
Holder, Charles Frederick: Sport fishing in California and Florida. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 199-207, VI pi. Doc. 652 issued Feb 28, 1910. 

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Bathbun, Richard: [Fishery investigations in Indian River.] Report, 1896 (1898), 

p. 112-113. 
Shepard, Joseph: [Note on the fisheries of St. Marys River.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 461. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fisheries of Florida.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, 

p. 333-345. 
Stearns, Silas: On the position and character of the fishing grounds of the Gulf 

of Mexico. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 289-290. F18-313 

- The fisheries of Pensacola, Florida. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 245-247. 

F18-419 

- Notes on the fisheries of Pensacola, Fla. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 
76-78. F18-538 

Some of the fisheries of western Florida, Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 



465-467. F18-631 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report on the fisheries of Indian River, Florida, trans- 
mitted to the United States Senate by the Commissioner of fish and fisheries, 
January 5, 1897. (Contents. Letter of transmittal, by J. J. Brice. Indian River 
and its fisheries, by B. W. Evermann and B. A. Bean. Commercial fisheries of 
Indian River, Florida, by W. A. Wilcox.) Report, 1896 (1898), p. 223-262, pi. 
23-59. Doc. 341 issued June 16, 1897. Fll-179 

- Report on the fish and fisheries of the coastal waters of Florida transmitted to 
the United States Senate by the commissioner of fish and fisheries, January 28, 
1897. Report, 1896 (1898)," p. 263-342. Doc. 342 issued Feb. 25, 1898. 

Fll-180 

GEORGIA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fisheries of Georgia.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, 
p. 319-332. 

ILLINOIS. 

Nelson, Edward William: Fisheries of Chicago and vicinity. Report, 1875-76 
(1878), p. 783-800, illus. F16-69 

LOUISIANA. 

Collins, Joseph William, and Hugh McCormick Smith: [The fisheries of Louis- 
iana.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 155-171. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fisheries of Louisiana in 1894.] Report, 1895 (1896), 
p. 104-105. 

[Investigation of the fisheries of Louisiana in 1897.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 

XCVI1I-XCIX. 

MAINE. 

Atkins, C. G.: [The river fisheries of Maine.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. XII, p. 673-728. 

Earll, B. Edward: The coast of Maine and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. I, p. 3-102. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fisheries of Passamaquoddy Bay, Maine, in 1896.] 
Report, 1896 (1898), p. 129. 

MARYLAND. 

Earll, B. Edward: Maryland and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. X, p. 421-448. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Anderssen, Joakim: [Note on the fisheries exhibit of Massachusetts at the World's 
exposition in Philadelphia, 1876.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 52. 

Atwood, Nathaniel F.: Fisheries on the coast of Massachusetts. Remarks of Mr. 
Atwood of the cape district in relation to the petition to prohibit net and seine 
fisheries. Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 117-124. F16-54 



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Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Testimony and information from Vinal N. Edwards 
relative to the condition of the fisheries of Massachusetts in 1872.] Report, 
1871-72 (1873), p. 182-195. 

Clark, A. Howard: The fisheries of Massachusetts . . . Material for whale fishery 
and for Gloucester district gathered by A. Howard Clark; for Newburyport, 
Salem, Marblehead, Boston, Plymouth, New Bedford, and Fall River districts, 
by W. A. Wilcox; for Barnstable, Nantucket, and Edgartown districts, by F. W. 
True. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, 
pt. Ill, p. 113-280. 

Elliott, James W.: [Mackerel, codfish, herring, etc., off northeastern Massachusetts.] 
Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 33-34. 

Lyxnan, Theodore: On the possible exhaustion of the sea-fisheries of Massachusetts. 
Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 112-116. F16-53 

Martin, S. J. : Some of the early results of the introduction of cod gill-nets at Glouces- 
ter, Massachusetts, 1880-81. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 153-158. 

F20-137 

Nye, Willard: Notes on the fisheries of Buzzard's Bay and vicinity. Bulletin, 
1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 160. F18-665 

II. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Consideration of the fisheries of Massachusetts in a con- 
ference of the United States commissioner with commissioners of Rhode Island 
and Massachusetts.] Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 125-131. 

Notes on the fisheries of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. 

I, p. 66, 263, 265-266, 268, 381, 394-395, 419-120, 425-427; 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 
15-18, 91-93; 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 162-178, 297-300; 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 
89-96, 129-135, 191-193, 249-255, 401-411, 444-448; 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 49-51, 
57-63, 203-208; 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 66-71, 73-80. F18-654 

Wilcox, W. A., and Frederick W. True: [The river fisheries of Massachusetts 
and New Hampshire.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 
States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. XII, p. 667-673. 

MICHIGAN. 

Gauthier, C. W.: [Fish transported from Duck Island to Detroit.] Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 408. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Collins, Joseph. William, and Hugh McCormick Smith: [Fisheries of Mississippi.] 
Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 145-154. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Wilcox, W. A.: The fisheries of New Hampshire. In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. II, p. 103-112. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Earll, R. Edward: New Jersey and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. VII, p. 379-400. 

Seely, Uriah.: [Fish and lobsters in Raritan Bay.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 407. 

Smith, Hugh M.: Economic and natural history notes on fishes of the northern 
coast of New Jersey. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 365-380. Doc. 230 
issued Mar. 8, 1894. F12-165 

NEW YORK. 

Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of the interior lakes and rivers of 
New York and Vermont. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 227-245. Doc. 555 issued Jan. 
21, 1905. Fll-11 

Mather, Fred: New York and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. VI, p. 341-377. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Coxe, Frank: Opening the Broad and other rivers of North Carolina to shad, bass, 
etc. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 232. F18-294 

Earll, B. Edward: North Carolina and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. XII, p. 475-497. 



170 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Milner, J. W.: Summary of fishing records, for shad and alewives kept at Willow 
Branch fishery, North Carolina, from 1835-1874. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 
p. 396-401. F12-338 

Radcliffe, Lewis: The offshore fishing grounds of North Carolina. 6 p., illus. 
Economic Circular 8 issued Feb. 25, 1914. F14-120 

Smith, Hugh. McCormick: [Fisheries of North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), 
vol. XI, p. 282-306. 

[Fisheries of the Albemarle region, North Carolina, in 1892.1 Report, 1892 

(1894), p. CLIX-CLX. 

[Condition of the fisheries of North Carolina.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 23-25. 



OREGON. 

Johnston, Edward C.: Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington 
and Oregon in 1915. Appendix VI, Report, 1915 (1917), 20 p., 4 charts (part 
fold.). Doc. 835 issued Nov. 1916. F16-332 

Rathbun, Richard: [Investigations of the fisheries of Oregon by the steamer Alba- 
tross from July 1, 1888, to July 1, 1892.] Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 166- 
173. 

Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P. Rankin; and Edward Driscoll: 
Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington and Oregon in 1914. 
Appendix VII, Report, 1914 (1915), 30 p., pi., fold, table, [2] fold, charts. Doc. 
817 issued June 8, 1915. _ F15-86 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Investigations of the lake fisheries of Oregon in 1897.] 
Report, 1898 (1899), p. CXXXII-CXXXVII. 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Investigations of the fisheries of Oregon in 1888, by the 
U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross.} Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 
53-70. 

[Investigations of the fisheries of Oregon by the U.S. Fish commission steamer 

Albatross from July 1, 1889, to June 30, 1891.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 
212-218, 271-275. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Explorations of the fishing grounds of Alaska, Wash- 
ington Territory, and Oregon, during 1888, by the U. S. Fish commission steamer 
Albatross, Lieut. Commander Z. L. Tanner, U. S. N., commanding. Bulletin, 
1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 1-95 incl. tables, XII pi. (partly fold.). Doc. 135 issued 
1889. Fll-292 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Earll, R. Edward: Pennsylvania and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery 
^ndustries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. VIII, p. 401-405. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Clark, A. Howard: The fisheries of Rhode Island. In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. IV, p. 281-310. 

Rhode Island, General Assembly: [Report of committee of Rhode Island legisla- 
lature, made at Newport, June 15, 1870, on the fisheries of Rhode Island.] Re- 
port, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 104-111. 

A petition to the Fish commission of the United States, signed by the fisher- 
men of Block Island, June 12, 1877. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 35-39. F16-152 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

EarU, R. Edward: The fisheries of South Carolina and Georgia. In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. XIII, p. 499-518. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fisheries of South Carolina.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), 
vol. XI, p. 307-318. 

TEXAS. 

Collins, Joseph William, and Hugh McCormick Smith: [The fisheries of Texas.] 

Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 172-184. 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: Report on the coast fisheries of Texas. Report, 1889- 

1891 (1893), p. 373-420, frontis pis. 12-27. Doc. 318 issued Nov. 4, 1893. 

F16-83 

UTAH. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fisheries of Utah in 1895.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 127. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 171 

VERMONT. 

Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of the interior lakes and rivers of 
New York and Vermont in 1902. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 227-246. Doc. 555 
issued Jan. 21, 1905. Fll-11 

VIRGINIA. 

Downman, R. H.: Shad, herring, etc., excluded from the Rappahannock River by 
dams. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 392. F18-149 

McDonald, Marshall: Virginia and its fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery indus- 
tries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. XI, p. 449-473. 

Milner, James W.: Report of the Triana trip. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 
p. 351-362. F16-19 

Wilkins, J.: The fisheries of the Virginia coast. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 355-356. 

WASHINGTON. 

Johnston, Edward C.: Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington and 
Oregon in 1915. Appendix VI, Report, 1915 (1917), 20 p., incl. tables, 1 chart. 
Doc. 835 issued Nov. 9, 1916. m F16-332 

Rathbun, Richard: [Investigations of the fishing grounds of Washington by the U. 
S. Fish commission steamer Albatross from July 1, 1888, to July 1, 1892.] Bulle- 
tin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 159-166. 

A review of the fisheries in the contiguous waters of the State of Washington 
and British Columbia. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 251-350. Doc. 423 issued Nov. 15, 
1899. Fl 1-108 

Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P.Rankin; andEdwardDriscoU: Sur- 
vey of the fishing grounds on the coast of Washington and Oregon in 1914. Ap- 
pendix VII, Report, 1914 (1915), 30 p., pi, fold, table, [2] 1 fold, charts. Doc. 
817 issued June 8, 1915. F15-86 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Report on the investigations of the fisheries of Washington 
by the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross from July 1, 1889, to June 30, 
1891.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 210-218, 271-275. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Explorations of the fishing grounds of Alaska, Wash- 
ington Territory, and Oregon, during 1888, by the U. S. Fish commission 
steamer Albatross, Lieut. Z. L. Tanner, U. S. N., commanding. Bulletin, 1888 
(1890), vol. VIII, p. 1-95 incl. tables, XII pi. (partly fold.). Doc. 135 issued 1889. 

Fll-292 

ATLANTIC STATES. 

McDonald, Marshall: The river fisheries of the Atlantic States. In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt XII p 
611-728. 

Smith, HughM.: Report on the fisheries of the South Atlantic States. Bulletin 
1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 269-356 incl. tables, pi. XLIII-LXXIV. Doc. 212 
issued June 12, 1893. F12-406 

True, Frederick W.: The pound-net fisheries of the Atlantic States. In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, p. 595-609. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [The fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States in 
1892.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. XII-XIII. 

GULF STATES. 

Collins, Joseph William, and Hugh M. Smith: Report on the fisheries of the Gulf 
States. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 91-184. Doc. 206 issued Nov. 26, 1892. 

F12-124 

Smith, Hugh M.: [Investigations of the fisheries of the Gulf States.] Report, 1889- 
1891 (1893), p. 179-180. 

NEW ENGLAND STATES. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Notices in regard to the abundance of fish of the New 
England coast in former times.] Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 149-172. 

Supplementary testimony and information relative to the condition of the 
fisheries of the south side of New England taken in 1872. Notes taken by the 
commissioner. Report of Vinal N. Edwards. Additional notes taken by the 
commissioner. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 182-195. F16-60 

Natural history of some of the more important food-fishes of the south shore of 

New England. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 228-252. F15-100 



172 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Clark, A. Howard: Historical references to the fisheries of New England. In Ap- 
pendix to the Fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. 
II, p. 675-737. 

Collins, Joseph. William, and Hugh M. Smith: Report on the fisheries of the New 
England States. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 73-176 incl. tables. Doc. 193 
issued July 23, 1892 . Fl 2-132 

Martin, Stephen J.: Notes on New England fisheries. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 133. F18-31 

- Notes on New England food -fishes. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 202. 

F18-36 

Rhode Island, General Assembly: [Report on committee of Rhode Island legis- 
lature, made at Newport, June 15, 1870, on the condition of the sea fisheries of 
the south coast of New England in 1871 and 1872.] Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), 
p. 104-111. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Testimony in regard to the present condition of the 
fisheries, taken in 1871 . Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 7-72, illus. F16-50 
Special arguments in regard to regulating the sea fisheries by law. Argu- 
ments of Samuel Powel, esq., delivered in the Rhode Island legislature. Argu- 
ment of J. M. K. South wick. The food-fishes of the New England coast. By 
George H. Palmer. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 73-103. F16-51 

[Miscellaneous correspondence and communications on the subject of the sea 



fisheries of the south coast of New England.] Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 
135-138. F16-57 

Wilcox, W. A.: New England fisheries for 1885 and 1886. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 162-174, 197-199, 442-445, 1886 (1887); vol. VI, p. 33-39, 200-202, 
210-212, 241-245, 273-275, 328-331, 332-336, 418-420, 423-424. Fl 8-529 

PACIFIC STATES. 

Bated, S. F.: [Proposed extension of fishery investigations by the Albatross to the 

Pacific.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. XV-XVI. . 
Johnston, Edward C.: Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington 

and Oregonin 1915. Appendix VI, Report, 1915 (1917), 20 p., 4 charts (part fold.). 

Doc. 835 issued Nov. 9, 1916. F16-332 

Jordan, David Starr: The fisheries of the Pacific coast. (E. Alaska and its fishery 

interests, by Tarleton H. Bean.) In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. XVI, p. 589-630. 
Moser, Jefferson F.: [Fishery investigations of the steamer Albatross on the Pacific 

coast during 1897.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. CXLVII-CLII. 
Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P. Bankin; and Edward Driscoll: 

Survey of the fishing grounds on the coast of Washington and Oregon in 1914. 

Appendix VII, Report, 1914 (1915), 30 p., pi., fold, table, 2 fold, chart. Doc. 

817 issued June S, 1915. F15-86 

Smith, Hug-h McCormick: Notes on a reconnaissance of the fisheries of the Pacific 

coast of the United States in 1894. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 223-288. 

Doc. 293 issued May 21 , 1895. . Fll-351 
[Shad, striped bass, catfish, and carp on the Pacific coast.] Report, 1896 

(1898), p. 140-141. 
Townsend, Charles H.: [Fisheries of the Pacific coast.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 

LXIX-LXX. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [The Pacific coast fisheries for 1912 and 1913.] 

Report, 1913 (1914), p. 62-64. 

[Pacific coast fisheries.] Report, 1912 (1913), p. 37. 

Wilcox, William A.: The fisheries of the Pacific coast. Report, 1893 (1895), p. 139- 

304. Doc. 299 issued Mar. 18, 1896. F20-151 

-Notes on the fisheries of the Pacific coast in 1895. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 

575-659. Doc. 362 issued Mar. 28, 1898. Fll-185 
Notes on the fisheries of the Pacific coast in 1899. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 

501-574, pi. 28-29. Doc. 505 issued Oct. 24, 1902. Fll-28 
The commercial fisheries of the Pacific Coast States for 1904. Report and 

special papers, 1905 (1907), 74 p. Doc. 612 issued Feb. 25, 1907. 7-35100 

INTERIOR WATERS. 

Bathbun, Bichard: [Investigations of interior water fisheries.] Report, 389(5 (1898), 
p. 113-116, 119-128. 



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LAKE ST. CLAIR. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fisheries of Lake St. Clair and of the St. Clair and 

Detroit rivers.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 227-232; 1892 (1894), p. CXLVII; 

1895 (1896), p. 100. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [The fisheries of Lake St. Clair and of the St. Clair and 

Detroit rivers in 1899.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 627-629. 

[The fisheries of Lake St. Clair and of the St. Clair and Detroit rivers in 1903.] 

Report, 1904 (1905), p. 700-703. 

LAKE WASHINGTON. 

Rathbun, Richard: [The fisheries of Lakes Washington and Pend d'Oreille in 1896.] 

Report, 1896 (1898), p. 115-116. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [The fisheries of Lake-of-the- Woods in 1899.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 151-152. 

GREAT LAKES. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Investigations of the fisheries of Great Lakes.] Report, 
1872 and 1873 (1874), p. XIV-XVI. 

[Investigations of the fisheries of the Great Lakes.] Report, 1885 (1887,) 

p. LX-LXII 

Bissell, John H.: The Canadian and American fisheries of the Great Lakes. Bul- 
letin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 7-10 incl. tables. F18-635 

Kumlien, Ludwig: The fisheries of the Great Lakes. In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 1, pt. XII, p. 755-769. 

Milner, James W.: Report on fisheries of the Great Lakes; the result of inquiries 
prosecuted in 1871 and 1872. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 178, pi. XXVII. 

F15-91 

Nelson, Edward William: Fisheries of Chicago and vicinity. Report, 1875-76 
(1878), p. 783-800, illus. F16-69 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Changes in the fisheries of the Great Lakes during the . 
decade 1870-1880. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 252-258. F18^5 r 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Report on the fisheries of the Great Lakes. Report, 1892 
(1894), p. 361^62. Doc. 287 issued Dec. 20, 1894. F14-54 

Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Merwin-Marie Snell: A review of the fisheries of 
the Great Lakes in 1885. With introduction and description of fishing vessels 
and boats, by J. W. Collins. Report, 1887 (1891), p. 3-334. Doc. 140 issued 
Mar. 2, 1891. Fll-330 

Report on the fisheries of Lake Ontario. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 177- 

215, pi. XXI-L. Doc. 194 issued July 16, 1892. F12-129 

[The fisheries of the Great Lakes in 1890.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CXXXVI- 



CLIV. 

True, Frederick William: The fisheries of the Great Lakes (elaborated from notes 
gathered by Mr. Ludwig Kumlien.) In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, p. XVII, p. 631-673. 



COLUMBIA RIVER. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Fishery investigation of the Columbia River basin.] Report, 
1894 (1896), p. 100-102; 1895 (1896), p. 86-88; 1896 (1898), p. 113-114. 

INDIAN RIVER. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Fishery investigations in Indian River.] Report, 1896 (1897), 
p. 112-113. 

MISSISSIPPI RIVER. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Fisheries of the Mississippi River and tributaries.] 
Report, 1901 (1902), p. 157-160. 

POTOMAC RIVER. 

Milner, James W.: Report of the Triana trip. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 
p. 351-362. F16-19 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Fisheries of the Potomac River and its tributaries.] 
Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 180-183. 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report on the trap-nets fished in the spring of 1883 in the 
Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 278-280 
incl. tables. F18-135 



174 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



GULF OF MEXICO. 

Collins, Joseph William: Report on the discovery and investigation of fishing 
grounds made by the Pish commission steamer Albatross during a cruise along the 
Atlantic coast and in the Gulf of Mexico, with notes on the Gulf fisheries. Report. 
1885 (1887), p. 217-311. Doc. 119 issued Nov. 3, 1887. Fll-298 

Phillips, Barnet: Notes on a trip in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin. 1884 (1884), vol 

IV, p. 144. F18-254 
Rathbun, Richard: [The fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 

p. LVI-LIX. 
Sellars, L. H.: Abundance of fish in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol 

V, p. 304. F18^49 
Stearns, Silas: Fluctuations in the fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico and the proposed 

investigation of them. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 467-468. F18-191 
Examination of the fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 285-287. F18-441 

Stearns, Silas, and David Starr Jordan: Fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico. In 

The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. XV, 

p. 533-587. 
Tanner, Zera Luther: Report on the work of the U. S. Fish commission steamer 

Albatross for the year ending December 31, 1885. Report, 1885 (1887), 89 p. 

Doc. 118 issued Nov. 3, 1887. Fll-299 

Wood, M. L.: The fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 

19-20. F18-68 

GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE. 

Low, D. W.: [Itinerary of a mackerel voyage to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.] Report, 
1881 (1884), p. 195-197. 

CHESAPEAKE BAY. 

Collins, Josep'h William: [Investigation of the fisheries of Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 

1887 (1891), p. 566-581. 
Rathbun, Richard: [Fishery investigations in Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 1892 

(1894), p. CVII. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The fisheries of lower Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 

1889-1891 (1893), p. 184-194. 
Tanner, Zera Luther: Report of an exploring trip of the steamer Fish Hawk, in 

Chesapeake Bay in the early spring of 1882. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 

133-135. F12-351 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Fisheries of Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.] 

Report, 1915 (1917), p. 79. 
Wood, William Maxwell: Report on the trap-nets fished in the spring of 1883 in the 

Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 278-280 

incl. tables. F18-135 
Report of a trip made by the Fish Hawk to the lower part of Chesapeake Bay, 

to ascertain the character of the fisheries for shad, herring, etc., in the spring of 

1884. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 199-200. F18-281 

PUGET SOUND. 

Hammond, J. P.: Fish in Puget Sound. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 195-196. 

F18-572 

Swan, James G.: Notes on the fisheries and the fishery industries of Puget Sound. 
Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 371-380. Doc. 9.14 issued June 16, 1894. 

F12-183 
CANADA. 

GENERAL. 

Bissell, John H. : The Canadian and American fisheries of the Great Lakes. Bulletin, 

1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 7-10, incl. tables. 

The fisheries of Canada in 1884. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 51-56. F18-531 
Joncas, Louis Zepherin: The Canadian fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 457^63. F13-75 

Rathbun, Richard: [Fisheries in waters contiguous to Canada and the United 

States.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 20-22; 1894 (1896), p. 87-89. 
Statements concerning the fisheries of several different countries. (Nova Scotia, 

p. 1184-1185; Quebec, 1185-1186.) Comp. from the Consular report for 1882 and 

1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1183-1199. F17-43 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 175 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Rathbun, Richard: A review of the fisheries in the contiguous waters of the State 
of Washington and British Columbia. Report, 1899 (1900), p. 251-350, pis. Doc. 
423 issued Nov. 15, 1899. Fll-108 

LABRADOR. 

Hayward, Joseph H.: Catch of fish in Newfoundland and Labrador in 1881. Bulle- 
tin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 286. F18-103 

Stearns, Winfrid Alden: The Labrador fisheries. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 6-27. F18-366 

NE WFOUNDLAND. 

Anderssen, Joakim: [Fisheries of Newfoundland.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 64-67. 

Collins, Joseph William: Fishing on an edge of the Grand Banks. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 256. F18-426 

[The Newfoundland cod fishery.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 529-546. 

Donnelly, W. J. S.: Exports of fish and fishery products from Newfoundland during 
1884. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 14-16. F18-527 

Harvey, Moses: Fishing and consumption of fish in Newfoundland. Bulletin, 1882 
(1883), vol. II, p. 102. F18-81 

Hayward, Joseph H.: Catch of fish in Newfoundland and Labrador in 1881. Bulle- 
tin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 286. F18-103 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Newfoundland fisheries.] Report, 1906 (1908), p. 
24-25. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Anderssen, Joakim: [Brief account of the fisheries of Nova Scotia.] Report, 1878 
(1880), p. 64-67. 

WEST INDIES. 

BAHAMA ISLANDS. 

Nye, Willard: Fish and fishing at Abaco Island. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 
125-126. 

PORTO RICO. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Investigations of the aquatic resources and fisheries 
of Porto Rico by the United States fish commission steamer Fish Hawk in 1899. 
(Contents. General report, by B. W. Evermann. The fisheries and fish trade of 
Porto Rico, by W. A. Wilcox. The fishes of Porto Rico, by B. W. Evermann and 
M. C. Marsh.) Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, in 2 pts., illus., maps, pis. Doc. 
451 issued Dec. 15, 1900. 5-4161 

Wilcox, William A.: Notes on the foreign fishery trade and local fisheries of Porto 
Rico. Report, 1899 (1900), 34 p., incl. tables, illus., 6 pi. Doc. 418 issued Oct. 
4, 1899. Fll-104 

The fisheries and fish trade of Porto Rico in 1902. Report, 1902 1904), p. 

367-395, incl. tables. Doc. 539 issued Sept. 19, 1903. Fll-5 

SOUTH AMERICA. 

GENERAL. 

Krause, Hans Gunner: The fisheries of the west coast of South America. Report, 
1879 (1882), pi. 515-522. F17-8 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

Quelch, J. J.: Fish and fishing in British Guiana. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 237-240. Doc. 260 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

PERU. 

Coker, Robert Erwin: The fisheries and guano industry of Peru. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 333-365, pi. XII-XVII. Doc. 663 issued February, 1910. 

10-35150 



176 U. S. BUKEAU OF FISHERIES. 

EUROPE. 

GENERAL. 

Costa, Achille: European authorities on the subject of regulating the fisheries by 
law. On the fisheries of the Gulf of Naples, by Achille Costa. On the possibility 
of exhausting the sea fisheries, by James G. Bertram. Extract from the London 
Field, 1871. Extracts from the report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire 
into the sea fisheries of the United Kingdom; presented to both houses of Par- 
liament by command of Her Majesty. London, 1861. Report, 1871 and 1872 
(1873), p. 139-148. F16-58 

Foreign fisheries in 1885. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 81-82 incl. tables. 

F18-541 

AUSTRIA. 

Peyrer, Karl: Fisneries and fishery laws in Austria and of the world in general. 

Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 570-679. F16-31 

[Sea fisheries of Austria-Hungary from 1877 to 1883.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1197- 

1199. 

BELGIUM. 

Collins, J. W.: [Beam-trawl fishery of Belgium.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, 
p. 390-393. 

DENMARK. 

Dambeck, Carl: [Fisheries of Denmark.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 22. 
Geographical distribution of the Gadidse or cod family, in its relation to fish- 
eries and commerce. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 531-557. F16-108 

The fishing villages, Snekkersteen and Skotterup, and the collection of fishing 
implements exhibited by them at Elsinore, Denmark, during the summer of 1872. 
Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 173-181. 

Oterendorp, C. G. von: A visit to the chief fishing places of Jutland. Bulletin, 
1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 101-104. F18-657 

FRANCE. 

Collins, J. W.: [Beam-trawl fishery of France.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, 

p. 388-390. 
France, Minister of Marine and the Colonies: Sea fisheries of France and Algeria. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 51-55. F18-646 

Peixotto, Benjamin F.: The sea fisheries of France and Algiers. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 417-419. F13-117 

Statements concerning the fisheries of several countries. (France : p. 1189.) Comp. 

from Consular report for 1882 and 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1183-1199. 

F17-43 

GERMANY. 

Collins, J. W.: [Beam-trawl fishery of Germany.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, 

p. 398-399. 
Dantziger: The first five years of the Emden joint-stock herring-fishery association. 

Report, 1877 (1879), p. 751-776. F16-115 

Hubner, A.: Notes upon the increase and decrease of fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 187-190. F18-569 

Keller, H.: Freedom of migration for fish in Germany. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 113-116. F18-553 

Mobius, Karl August: Can we do anything to decrease, preserve, or increase the 

number of our useful marine animals? Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 393-400. 

F12-421 
Peyrer, Karl: [German fisheries.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 587-588. 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

Alexander, Alvin B.; H. F. Moore; and W. C. Kendall: Otter-trawl fishery. 
(Demersal fisheries of England, Wales, and Scotland: p. 57-90.) Appendix VI, 
Report, 1914 (1915), 97 p. Doc. 816 issued Apr. 17, 1915. F15-40 

Anderson, John: Notes upon the Scotch fish and fisheries. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 217-221. F18-411 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 177 

Annaniassen, Abraham: Klip fish at the Shetland Islands. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 316-319. F18-462 

Benecke, Berthold: [Scotch fisheries.] Report, 1884 (1886) p. 7, 1188. 

Bertram, James G. : [On the possibility of exhausting the sea fisheries. Extracted 
from the "Harvest of the Sea," a contribution to the natural and economic history 
of the British food-fishes.] Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 141-144. 

Carr, T. F. Robertson: Notes on the Scotch fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 64. F18-223 

Collins, J. W.: The beam- trawl fishery of Great Britain, with notes on beam-trawling 
in other European countries. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 289-407, illus., 
XXIII pi. (partly fold.). Fll-329 

Duff, B. W.: On the fisheries of Great Britain and the fisheries exhibition of 1883. 
Report, 1883 (1885), p. 317-324. F17-27 

Great Britain, Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Sea-Fisheries 
of the United Kingdom: [Extracts from report of Commissioners, James T. 
Caird, T. H. Huxley, and G. S. Lefevre, appointed to inquire into the sea-fisher- 
ies of the United Kingdom; presented to both houses of Parliament by command 
of Her Majesty. London, 1861.] Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 145-L48. 

Harding, Charles William: Inquiries concerning the propagation of American smelt 
and shad, and notes on the fisheries of the Wash in England . Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 428-429. F18-59 

Peyrer, Karl: [Fisheries of Great Britain.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 
585-586. 

The Scotch cod and ling fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 371-372. 

F18-334 

Scotland, Fishery board: Extracts from the first annual report of the Fishery board 
of Scotland for the year ending December 31, 1882. (Contents A. Scientific 
investigations proposed by the Fishery board of Scotland as necessary for the im- 
provement of the fisheries. B . The effect of fixed engines on the salmon fisheries: 
a prize essay on salmon legislation in Scotland, by J. M. Leith. C. The herring, 
cod, and ling fisheries of 1882.) Report, 1882 (1884), p. 229-236. F16-318 

Southwell, Thomas: Notes on the English herring fishery of 1882. Bulletin, 1883 
(1883), vol. Ill, p. 465-466. F12-390 

Statements concerning the fisheries of several different countries. (Comp. from the 
Consular report for 1882 and 1883.) Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1183-1199. F17^3 

GREECE. 

Smidth, J. K.: Historical observations on the condition of the fisheries among the 
ancient Greeks and Romans, and on their mode of salting and pickling fish. Re- 
port, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 3-20. F16-2 

ICELAND. 

Annaniassen, A.: Extracts from the report of A. Annaniassen on his voyage to Ice- 
land. Manufacture of klip-fish. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 309-313. F17-129 
Collins, Joseph William: The Icelandic halibut fishery. An account of the voyage 
of three Gloucester schooners to the fishing grounds near the north coast of Ice- 
land. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 289-300. F17-128 
Finn, W.: The Iceland herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 493-496. F17-5 
The freshwater fishes of Iceland. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 323-332. F20-121 
Garde, Aug.: The fisheries of Iceland. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 301-308. F20-124 
The Iceland fresh-water fisheries. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 161-176. F18-566 
Thorarinsson, Bened S.: Notes on the hatcheries and fresh- water fisheries of Ice- 
land. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 120-126. ^ F18-661 
Thorsteinson, Ami Bjarnason: Extracts from a review of A. Annaniassen's voy- 
age to Iceland. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 315-322. F17-130 
Trolle, C.: The Iceland fisheries. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 77-78. F16-301 
- The Iceland cod fisheries in 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 371-383. F17-31 

ITALY. 

Costs, Achille: [On the fisheries of the Gulf of Naples.] Report, 1871 and 1872 

(1873), p. 139-148. 
Bossati, Guido: Economic conditions of the fisheries in Italy. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), 

vol. XXVIII, p. 323-332. Doc. 662 issued February, 1910. 10-35158 

5690 21 12 



178 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Smidth, J. K.: Historical observations on the condition of the fisheries among the 
ancient Greeks and Romans, and on their mode of salting and pickling fish. Re- 
port, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 3-20. F16-2 

Worthington, John: Falling off in the fisheries of Malta. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol 

V, p. 400. F18-483 

- The fisheries of Malta. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 457-462. F18-509 

NETHERLANDS. 

Collins, J. W.: [Beam-trawl fishery of Holland.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, 

p. 393-398. 
[Fisheries of Amsterdam.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1192-1194. 

NORWAY. 

Boeck, Axel, i. e. Jones, Axel, and A. Fedderson: The Norwegian herring-fish- 
eries. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 97-122. F16-7 

Central administration of Norwegian fisheries needed. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 
353-361. F20-114 

Collins, Joseph William: Gill-nets in cod fishery [a description of the Norwegian 
cod-nets, with directions for their use, and a history of their introduction into the 
United States]. Bulletin, 1881 (1881), vol. I, 17 p., XIII pi. Doe. 37 issued 
June 30, 1881. F12-219 

Gill-nets in the cod-fishery: A description of Norwegian cod -nets, etc., and 

history of their use in the United States. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 265-288, XII pi. 

F 17-127 

Dambeck, Carl: [Fisheries of Norway.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 21. 

Friele, M.: An account of the fisheries of Norway in 1877. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 
t 707-739. t F16-113 

Heincke, Friedrich, i. e. Johann Friedrich: The sea fisheries of Norway. Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 265-272. F18-589 

Juel, Niels: Statistics of the Loffoden fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 245-254; 
1881 (1884), p. 533-610. F16-160 

Kiaer, Anders Nicolai: Notes on the Norwegian fisheries for 1885. Report, 1886 
(1889), p. 1055-1064 incl. tables. F17-150 

New contributions to the herring question. The dispute between Axel Boeck and 
Ossian Sars regarding the Norwegian summer-herring. Sars's recent observations 
and his new theory on the migrations of the herrings. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 
(1876), p. 195-211. F16-12 

Norges Fiskeristyrelse: On the fisheries of Norway. (Translation of a printed 
letter addressed to the United States Fish commissioner by the authorities of the 
Norwegian commission, in response to an application for documents relative to 
the fisheries of Norway and Sweden.) Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 
25-30. F16-4 

The Norwegian fisheries in 1883, with statistics of previous years. Report, 1883 
(1885), p. 359-369. F20-165 

The Norwegian fisheries in 1885. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 82-83. F18-541 

Sars, George Ossian: Reports made to the Department of the interior of investiga- 
tions of the salt-water fisheries of Norway during the years 1874-1877. Report, 
1877 (1879), p. 663-705. F16-112 

Report of practical and scientific investigations of the cod-fisheries near the 

Loffoden Islands, made during the years 1870-1873. Report, 1877 (1879)', p. 612 
661. F16-111 

Report of the practical and scientific investigations of the cod-fisheries near 

the Loffoden Islands, made during the years 1864-1869. Report, 1877 (1879), 
p. 565-611. F16-110. 

Society for promoting the Norwegian fisheries. By John Amelin and sixteen others. 
Report, 1878 (1880), p. 241-243. F16-159 

Strom, Boye: Extracts from Norwegian official statistics of fisheries for the year 1880. 
Report, 1881 (1884), p. 611-617. F16-333 

Statistics of Norwegian fisheries in 1880. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 333-351 incl. 

tables. F16-333 

Extracts from the Norwegian fishery statistics for 1884. Report, 1885 (1887), 

p. 313-323 incl. tables. F16-333 

PORTUGAL. 

Syle, L. du Pont: Fisheries of Madeira in 1882. Report 1883 (1885), p. 1196-1197. 

F17-43 



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SPAIN. 

Collins, J. W.: [Beam trawl fishery of Spain.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 

399-400. 
Reed, Dwight T.: [Fisheries of Spain in 1879.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1195-1199. 

SWEDEN. 

Dambeck, Carl: [Fisheries of Sweden.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p 21-24. 
Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: The salt-water fisheries of Bohuslan and the scientific in- 
vestigations of the salt-water fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 143-220. F16-157 

The great Bohuslan herring-fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 221-239. 

F16-158 

Contributions toward solving the question of the secular periodicity of the 

great herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 497-503. F17-6 

The Bohuslan sea fisheries and their future. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 89-98. 

F16-290 

- What should be done by the government with regard to the great Bohuslan 
herring fisheries. A memorial addressed to the Council of state and the head of 
the Royal civil department of Sweden. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 99-126. 

F16-291 

Sweden at the great International fishery exposition at London, 1883. Bulle- 
tin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 231-239. F18-128 

The great herring fisheries considered from an economical point of view. 

Report, 1883 (1885), p. 341-357. F17-30 

Special results of the investigations relating to the herring and herring fisheries 
on the west coast of Sweden made during the years 1873-1883. Report, 1883 
(1885), p. 729-745. F17-34 

- The future of the herring fisheries on the coast of Bohuslan. Report, 1884 
(1886), p. 399-409. F17-132 

Lundberg, Rudolph: The fisheries of Sweden. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 363-398. 

F17-L31 

Malmgren, Anders Johan: The injurious effects of rafting on the lake and river 
fisheries of Sweden. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 264-266. F18-430 

Widegren, Hjalmar: On the herring and its preparation as an article of trade. Re- 
port, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 183-193. F16-11 

Short introduction to the proper care and management of the Baltic fishery. 

Report, 1878 (1880), p. 117-141. F16-156 

Yhlen, Gerhard von: Report of the sea-fisheries of the Lan of Goteborg and Bohus 
in the year 1877. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 741-750. F16-114 

ASIA. 

CHINA. 

Yen, Wei-Ching W.: The fisheries of China. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, 
p. 367-373. Doc, 664 issued Feb., 1910. 10-35156 

INDIA. 

Day, Francis: The fisheries of India. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 383-413. F17-32 

Mattson, H.: [Fisheries of British India in 1882.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1188. 



Baldwin, Charles H.: Notes on the fish and fisheries of Japan. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 352. F18-330 

Ito, K.: [Fisheries of northern Japan.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 435-438. 

Fishery industries of the island of Hokkaido, Japan. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 342-345. incl. tables. F18-607 

Japan. Bureau of Agriculture: The fisheries of Japan. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. 
XIII, p. 419-438. Doc. 277 issued Nov. 15, 1894. F12-183 

Kitahara, T.: The fisheries of Japan considered from a geographical standpoint. 
Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 375-379. Doc. 66.5 issued Feb., 19K). 

10-35155 

Mitsukuri, Kakichi: The cultivation of marine and fresh- water animals in Japan. 
Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 257-289, illus., XI, pi. Doc. 573 issued 
June 17, 1905. F12-10 



180 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Smith, Hugh McCorxnick: Note regarding the promotion of fishery trade between 
the United States and Japan. Report, 1904 (1905), p. 239-243. Doc. 576 issued 
July 17, 1900. F10-5 

SIBERIA. 

Caldwell, John K.: Fishing in the Priamus district of Siberia. Appendix VI, Re- 
port, 1916 (1917), 31 p. Doc. 844 issued June 2, 1917. F17-239 

SYRIA. 

[The fisheries of Syria.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 456. 

Robeson, John S.: [Fisheries of Syria in 1882.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1199. 

AFRICA. 

ALGERIA. 

France, Minister of Marine and the Colonies: [Sea fisheries of France and Alge- 
ria in 1885.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 51-55. 

Peixotto, Benjamin F.: The sea fisheries of France and Algiers. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 417^19. F13-117 

CAPE COLONY. 

Siler, James W.: [Fisheries of Cape Colony.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1188. 

OCEANIC A. 

AUSTRALASIA. 

Spencer, O. M.: [The fisheries of Australasia in 1882.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1186- 
1188. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Alexander, Alvin B.: [Fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1904 (1905), 

p. 135-136. 
Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands in 1903. 

Appendix, Report, 1904 (1905), p. 433-512. Doc. 590 issued Dec. 29, 1905. 

F10-12 

The commercial fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands. Bulletin, 1903 (1905), 

vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 717-765, illus., pi. 102-106. Doc. 577 issued Aug. 5, 1905. 

Fl 1-389 
Jordan, David Starr, and Barton Warren Evermann: The fishes and fisheries 

of the Hawaiian Islands. A preliminary report. Commercial fisheries of the 

Hawaiian Islands, by John N. Cobb. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 353-499, pi. 21-27. 

Doc. 504 issued Oct. 23, 1902. Fll-27 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Hector, James: The fisheries of New Zealand. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 53-55. F18-216 

OCEANS. 

ARCTIC OCEAN. 

Schultz, Alexander: Account of the fisheries and seal-hunting in the White Sea, 
Arctic Ocean, and the Caspian Sea. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 35-96. 

F16-6 

ATLANTIC OCEAN. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton; Henry Frank Moore; and William Converse Ken- 
dall: Otter-trawl fishery. (Fishing banks of western North Atlantic; p. 22-24.) 
Appendix VI, Report, 1914 (1915), 97 p., illus., fold, chart, fold. pi. Doc. 816 
issued Apr. 17, 1915. F15-40 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The South Atlantic fisheries.] Report, 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 177*-179. 

INDIAN OCEAN. 

Endicott, Charles: A good fishing ground in the south Indian Ocean. Bullet' 
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AUSTRIA. 

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BELGIUM. 

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ITALY. 

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INDIA. 

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COD. 

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HERRING . 

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Cobb, John Nathan: The salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. (Fishery regula- 
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STURGEON. 

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PATENTS. 

Dyrenforth, Robert G.: List of patents issued in the United States, Great Britain, 
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Abstract of patents issued in Great Britain up to the year 1878, and having 
reference to the pursuit, capture, and utilization of the products of the fisheries. 
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- List of patents issued in the United States during the years 1879, 1880, and 
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- Patents issued by the United States during the years 1882, 1883, and 1884 
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U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: List of patents granted by the United States to the end 
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[McDonald patents.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 24. 

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Halifax commission, October, 1877.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 171-213. 
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U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Halifax convention. Treaty of Washington.] 

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FISHERY METHODS. 



UNITED STATES. 
APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES. 



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[Type of vessel composing the winter haddock fleet.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 

vol. I, p. 227-228. 

Smiley, Charles W.: The proposed use of steamers in the mackerel fishery. Bulle- 
tin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 155^158. F12-354 

Tonnage of vessels of the United States employed in the whale, cod, and mack- 
erel fisheries from 1860 to 1882, inclusive. Bulletin 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 273. 

F18-133 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Improvements in fishing vessels.] Report, 1892 (1894), 
p. CLXXX. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Vessels and boats used in the coast fisheries of Texas.] 
Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 376. 

Swan, James G.: [Schooner Spencer F. Baird.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 342. 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics respecting certain features of the vessel 
fisheries of the United States. Bulletin 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 447-464. F18-681. 

NETS, DESCRIPTION OF. 

Augur, C. H.: Fish nets: some account of their construction and the application of 

of the various forms in American fisheries. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 

381-388. Doc. 274 issued June 16, 1894. ' F12-183 

Dunlap, M. E.: Pound and net fishing at Erie, Penn. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 319-320. Fl 8-463 

Prices of small nets. Bulletin 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 359. 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Seines and nets used in the coast fisheries of Texas.] 

Report for 1889-1891 (1893), p. 377-382. 

NETS, GILL. 

Goode, George Brown, and Joseph William Collins: [The mackerel gill-net fish- 
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Martin, S. J. : Some of the early results of the introduction of cod gill-nets at Gloucester, 
Massachusetts, 1880-81. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 153-158. F20-137 

Notes on the cod gill-net fisheries at Gloucester, Massachusetts, 1882-83 and 

1883-84. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 159-160; 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 129- 
]34. F20-137 

Fitting out with cod gill-nets. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol - III, p. 424. F20-135 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [A statistical report on the seine gill-net, fyke-net, and 

pot fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 

455-460. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Introduction of cod gill-nets.] Report, 1881 

(1884), p. XXXI V-XXX VIII. 
; [Cod gill-nets.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. LXIX-LXXI. 

[Introduction of cod gill-nets on the Pacific coast.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 

XLIV-XLV. 

[Use of the cod gill-net.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. LXII-LXIII. 

- [Gill-nets in the mackerel fishery.] Report, 1905 (1906), p. 32-33. 



NETS, FYKE. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: The fyke-nets and fyke-net fisheries of the United 
States, with notes on the fyke-nets of other countries. Bulletin, 1892 (1894), p. 
299-355, PI. LXXII-XCI. Doc. 226 issued Nov. 9, 1895. F12-164 

NETS, PURSE. 

Deblois, E. T.: [Invention of the purse seine.] Bulletin, 1881(1882), vol. I, p. 47. 
Goode, George Brown, and Joseph William Collins: [The purse-seine in the 

mackerel fishery.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. 138-171. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Purse-seine in the Bank cod fishery.] Report, 

1905 (1907), p. 30. 
Wallem, Fredrik Meltzer: [Mackerel-catching with the purse-seine.] Report 

1878 (1880), p. 108-113. 



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NETS. PRESERVATION O:\ 

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p. 143. F18-253 

The Preservation of nets. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 97-104. F18-548 

Storer, Francis Humphreys: Memoranda of methods employed by fishermen for 

barking and in other ways preserving nets and sails. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 

295-308. ' F16-331 

T aylor,Har den F. : Preservation of fishnets. (Citation of literature: p. 34.) Appendix 

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TRAWLS AND TRAWLING. 

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Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Description of the beam-trawl.] Report, 1886 (1889), 

p. 121-123. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Beam-trawl fishery.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CLXXXI- 

CLXXXII. 
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p. 59-60. 
Wilcox, William A.: [Use of the beam-trawl in the fisheries of the Pacific coast.] 

Report, 1893 (1895), p. 214-215. 

EUROPE. 

APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES. 

Eels and eelpots in Norway. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 306. F18-451 

Johnston, Joseph, & Sons: Scotland fisheries and apparatus. Bulletin, 1883 

(1883), vol. Ill, p. 466. F18-190 

Lehrs, George Lambert: [Fishing in the Black Sea.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 84-85. 
Leith, J. M.: [Effects of fixed engines on salmon fisheries.] Report, 1882 (1884), 

p. 230-234. 
Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: [Fishing implements, the manner in which they are 

used.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 154-165. 
Lundberg, Rudolph: Eel-fishing with so-called "hommer" (a species of fish-pot) 

on the Baltic coast of Sweden and in the Sound. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 415-430, 

pi., illus. F17-33 

FISHING VESSELS. 

Ancher, Ernst: The Kurren and Keitel (fishing vessels) of the Courland Haff. 
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Annaniassen, A.: [Iceland fishing vessels.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 321-322. 

Collins, J. W.: Suggestions for the employment of improved types of vessels in the 
market fisheries, with notes on the British fishing steamers. Bulletin, 1888 
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Fll-319 

NETS, DESCRIPTION OF. 

Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: [Description of nets used in the herring fisheries on the 

coast of Bohuslan.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 403-408. 
Lundberg, Rudolph: [Methods employed in the fisheries of Sweden. Description 

of nets.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 363-398. 

NETS, GILL. 

Collins, Joseph William: Gill-nets in the cod-fishery . (Description of the Norwegian 
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June 30, 1881. F12-219 

- Correspondence relative to the procurement of certain fishery implements 
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299. F18-104 

- Gill-nets in the cod-fishery: a description of Norwegian cod-nets, etc., and 
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F17-127 



190 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

NETS, PURSE. 

Anderssen, Joakim: [Use of the purse-seine in open sea.] Report, 1878 (1880), 

p. 60-61. 
Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: [Introduction of the purse-seine into Europe.! Report. 

1884 (1886), p. 407-408. 
Martin, S. J.: The American purse-seine successful in the herring fisheries of Sweden. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1884), vol. Ill, p. 161. F20-130 

TRAWLS AND TRAWLING. 

Collins, Joseph William: The beam-trawl fishery of Great Britain, with notes on 
beam-trawling in other European countries. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), p. 289-402, 
illus., XXIII pi. (partly fold.). Doc. 132 issued Sept. 21, 1889. Fll-329 

INDIA: APPARATUS AND APPLIANCES. 

Day, Francis: [Apparatus and methods of fishery in India.] Report, 1883 (1885), 
p. 394-388. 

SPECIAL FISHERIES. 

UNITED STATES. 

ALE WIFE. 
General. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Shad and alewife fisheries.] Report, 1897 (1898), p 
CXXV-CXXX. 

Notes on the extent and condition of the alewife fisheries of the United States 
in 1896. Report, 1898 (1899), p. 31-43. Doc. 401 issued Mar. 22. 1899. 

Fll-113 
Maine. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Alewife fishery of the Penobscot River.] Report, 
1903 (1905), p. 112. 

New England. 

Smith, Hugh. McCormick: [The alewife fishery in New England.] Report, 1894 
(1896), p. 125. 

ATKAFISH: ALASKA. 

Collins, Joseph William: [Atka fishery in the Aleutian Archipelago.] Report, 

1888-89 (1892), p. 16-17. 
Turner, Luci en Me Shan: [Atka fishery.] Quoted by Evermann and Goldsborough. 

Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, p. 291-292. 

BARRACUDA: CALIFORNIA. 

Eigenmann, CarlH.: [The barracuda and the fishery for it.] Quoted by Collins. 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 26-27. 
Van Hook, J. G.: [Fishing for barracuda.] Quoted by Collins. Report, 1888-89 

Q892), p. 30. 

BASS. 
General. 

Collins, J. W.: [The rock and perch fishery.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. VII, p. 538-540. 

Page, William F.: [Black basses.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 164-165. 

[Striped bass (Roccus lineatus).] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 137. 

Wilcox, William A. : [Striped bass fisheries of the Pacific coast.] Report, 1 893 (1895), 
p. 149-151. 

California. 

[Striped bass in California.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. CXLI-CXLIII. 

CARP. 

General. 

Brouster, E. B.: [How to catch carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 317. 
Canneld, Harry L.: The capture and marketing of carp. Seasons and localities of 
capture. 7 p. Economic Circular 40 issued Sept. 20, 1918. F18-699 



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Ebert, Amos: [Catching carp with a hook.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 135. 

Martin, Robert A.: How to catch carp. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 449-450. 

F18-506 

Quattlebaum, Paul: Method of catching carp with a hook. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
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Shinkle, A.: [Game qualities of the carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 317. 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Several opinions upon how to catch carp. Bulletin, 1884 
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Tcherkassoff, P.: [Carp fishing.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 106-107. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Note on carp fishery.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 178. 

[Carp fisheries.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 153. 

Illinois. 
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Ohio. 
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Virginia. 

Duke, B. T. W.: [Carp in the Rivanna River.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 134. 
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Page, W. F.: [Carp in the James River.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 316. 

Lake Erie. 

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CATFISH. 
General. 

Avery, F. W.: [A large catfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 453. 

Hi ester, Charles E. : Answers to questions relative to catfish. Bulletin, 1 882 (1883), 
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Kendall, William Converse: American catfishes: habits, culture, and commercial 
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California. 

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315. 

Louisiana. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: Report on investigations [of the catfish industry] by 
the United States Fish commission in Louisiana ... in 1897. Report, 1898 (1899), 
p. 290-301. Doc. 405 issued Mar. 21, 1899. Fll-117 

COD. 
General. 

Alexander, Alvin B.: [Notes on fishery investigations from July 1 to 26, 1894.] Re- 
port, 1895 (1896), p. 139-145. 

Collins, J. W.: [Gill-nets in the cod-fishery in the United States.] Bulletin, 1881 
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Notes on the habits and methods of capture of various species of sea birds that 

occur on the fishing banks off the eastern coast of North America, and which are 
used as bait for catching codfish by New England fishermen. Report, 1882 (1884), 
p. 311-338, pi. F16-311 

Some observations on the cod gill-net fisheries and on preservatives for nets. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 58-59. F18-220 

Gill-nets in the cod-fishery: a description of Norwegian cod-nets, etc., and a 
history of their use in the United States. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 265-288. 

F17-127 

Dambeck, Carl: Geographical distribution of the Gadidse or the cod family, in its 
relation to fisheries and commerce. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 531-557. F16-108 



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Goode, G. Brown, and J. W. Collins: The cod, haddock and hake fisheries. In 
The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 1, 
pt, II, p. 123-243 incl. tables. 

Success of cod gill-net fishery. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 416. 

Wilcox, William A.: Reappearance of young cod hatched by the U. S. Fish commis- 
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Alaska. 

Bower, Ward Taft: Alaska fisheries and fur industries. (Cod fisheries.) Appendix 
VII, Report, 1918 (1920), p. 58-61; Appendix IX, Report, 1919 (1921), p. 55-57. 

F12-388 

Bower, Ward T., and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries. (Cod 
fisheries.) Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), p. 53-55; Appendix III, Report, 
1915 (1917), p. 54-57; Appendix II, Report, 1916 (1917), p. 68-71; Appendix II, 
Report, 1917 (1919), p. 47-49. F12-388 

Bower, Ward Taft, and H. Clifford Fassett: [Cod fishery industry in Alaska: p. 
122-123]. In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by B. W. Evermann. 
Appendix II, Report, 1913 (1914), 172 p. Doc. 797 issued Aug. 29, 1914. F12-388 

Chamberlain, Frederick M., and Ward Taft Bower: [Cod fishery: p. 64-66.] 
In Fishery and fur industries in Alaska in 1912, by B. W. Evermann. Report 
and special papers, 1912 (1914), 123 p. Doc. 780 issued Nov. 6, 1913. F12-388 

Cobb, John Nathan: The commercial fisheries of Alaska. (Cod fishery: p. 9-14.) 
Report and special papers, 1905 (1907); 46 p. Doc. 603 issued Oct. 16, *1906. 

6-35319 

Cobb, John Nathan, and Frederick M. Chamberlain: [Cod fishery: p. 53-56.] 
In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1911, by B. W. Evermann. Report 
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Cobb, John Nathan, and Howard M. Kutchin: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. 
(Cod fisheries: p. 45-48.) Report and special papers, 1906 (1908), 70 p. Doc. 
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[A codfish bank near Noonivak Island.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 337. 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1907. 
(Cod fisheries: p. 44-48.) Report and special papers, 1907 (1909), 77 p., pis., 
charts, illus. Doc. 632 issued Apr. 16, 1908. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1908. (Cod fisheries: p. 59-62.) Report and special 

papers, 1908 (1910), 78 p. Doc. 645 issued Apr. 17, 1909. 7-35263 

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papers, 1909 (1911), 58 p. Doc. 730 issued Apr. 20, 1910. 7-35263. 

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Massachusetts. 

Atwood, Nathaniel E.: Unexplained variations in the yield of oil from cod livers. 
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Earll, Edward R.: A report on the history and present condition of the shore cod- 
fisheries of Cape Ann, Mass., together with notes on the natural history and arti- 
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Haskell, E. H.: Second annual appearance of young cod hatched by the United 
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1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 112. F18-84 

Martin, Stephen J.: Cod-fishing with gill-nets in Ipswich Bay, Massachusetts. 
Bulletin,. 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 264, 343-345. F18-50, F20-132 

Cod fishing with gill-nets from Gloucester, Massachusetts. Bulletin, 1881 

(1882), vol. I, p. 384. F20-131 

Notes on the cod gill-net fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., 1883-1884, Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 129-134, 191-192. F20-135 

[Large catch of pollock.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 454. 

S* i i rf~* 1 n 1 _ "\f _1 j_j._ T T~> L T OOl"k 1 C 



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Spinney, Benjamin H.: Return to Gloucester of young codfish hatched by U. S. 
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Tarr, Ralph Stockman: Return to Gloucester Harbor of the young codfish hatched 
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Tibbetts, N. V.: Scarcity of cod and haddock on the coast of Maine. Bulletin, 1886 
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Chesapeake Bay. 

Collins, J. W.: An inquiry as to the capture of young codfish in Chesapeake Bay 
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Ryder, Francis W.: Codfish caught near Cape Charles, mouth of Chesapeake Bay, in 
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Pacific coast. 

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Cobb, John Nathan: Pacific cod fisheries. (Bibliography: p. 108-111.) Appendix 

IV, Report, 1915(1917), 111 p., IX pi., chart. Doc.830issuedOct.23, 1916. F16-19 
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EEL. 

Alaska. 

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Maryland. 

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Massachusetts. 
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New York. 
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FLOUNDER. 

General. 
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Massachusetts. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton; Henry Frank Moore; and William Converse Ken- 
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GOUBAMI. 

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GRAYFISH. 

Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P. BanMn; and Edward Driscoll: 
Survey of the fishing grounds on the coasts of Washington and Oregon in 1914. 
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HADDOCK. 

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Moore, H. F.: The haddock: one of the best salt-water fishes. 8 p., illus. 
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New England. 

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F12-238 

HALIBUT. 

General. 

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Collins, Joseph William: [Some localities where chicken halibut are found.] Bul- 
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Goode, G. Brown, and Joseph William Collins: The fresh-halibut fisheries. 
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Scudder, Newton P.: The salt-halibut fishery, with especial reference to that of 
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F12-388 

Bower, Ward T., and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries. 
(Halibut fisheries.) Appendix IX, Report, 1914(1915), p. 49-52; Appendix III, 
Report, 1915 (1917), p. 51-54; Appendix II, Report, 1916 (1917), p. 56-68; 
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Bower, Ward Taft, and H. C. Fassett: [Halibut fishery of Alaska: p. 116-122.] 
In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by Barton Warren Evermann. 
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Chamberlain, Fred M., and Ward T. Bower: [Halibut fishery: p. 60-64.] In 
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Cobb, John Nathan, and Frederick M. Chamberlain: [Halibut fishery: p. 56-59.] 
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Cobb, John Nathan, and Howard M. Kutchin: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. 
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Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1907. 
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charts, illus. Doc. 632 issued Apr. 16, 1908. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1908. (Halibut fishery: p. 62-65.) Report and 

special papers, 1908 (1910), 78 p. Doc. 645 issued Apr. 17, 1909. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1909. (Halibut fishery: p. 43-48.) Report and 



special papers, 1909 (1911), 58 p. Doc. 730 issued Apr. 20, 1910. 7-35263 
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special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p Doc. 746 issued Apr. 19, 1911. 7-35263 

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HERRING. 

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MACKEREL. 

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MENHADEN. 

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Barker, E. L.: The incipiency of the menhaden oil business. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

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Church , Daniel T. : Why the size of mesh in menhaden seines should not be restricted . 

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Florida. 

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North Carolina. 

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Polk, William B.: Experience of a menhaden oil manufacturer in Northumberland 
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Middle Atlantic States, 

Smith, Hugh. McCormick: [Report on the menhaden fisheries of the Middle Atlantic 
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MULLET. 

General. 

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Florida. 

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Indian River, Florida.] Report, 1896 (1897), p. 231-232. 
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North Carolina. 

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GulfStates. 

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POMPANO: FLORIDA. 

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RED SNAPPER. 

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SALMON. 

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Idaho. 

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New York. 

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SARDINE. 

General. 

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Earll, B. Edward, and Hugh M. Smith: The American sardine industry in 1886. 
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Hall, Ansley: The herring industry of the Passamaquoddy region. Report, 1896 
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SOUP: NEW ENGLAND. 

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General. 

Collins, Joseph William: Shad taken in mackerel gill-nets. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
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Rathbun, Richard: [Inquiry respecting the shad.] Report, 3896 (1898), p. 116. 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Notes on the shad season of 1884, with references to other 
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Stevenson, Charles H.: The restricted inland range of shad due to artificial obstruc- 
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U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Notes on the shad season of 1884, with reference to other 
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TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Shad fisheries Hudson River, Delaware 
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Delaware. 

Jann, P. F.: Catch of shad in the Delaware River for 1885. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
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Slack, James H.: Notes on the shad as observed in the Delaware River. Report 
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Florida. 

Cary, H. H.: The- Saint John's River as a shad stream. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
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Dempsey, W.: Shad in the Saint John's River, Florida. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 
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Ferguson, Thomas B.: Extracts from a report of investigations of the shad fisheries 
and rivers south of Charleston, S. C., with a view to establishing stations for 
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Osborn John H.: Notes and suggestions concerning the Florida shad fishery. Bul- 
letin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 351. F20-138 

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F18-89 

Shepard, Joseph: [Shad fishing on the Saint John's River, Florida.] Bulletin, 
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U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Investigations of the shad fisheries of Florida.] 
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Way, D. L.: [The shad fisheries of Lake Monroe, Fla.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
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Georgia. 

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(1899), p. 133-140. 
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Maine. 

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Maryland. 

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Donnelly, Frank L.: [The shad fisheries near Havre de Grace, Md.] Bulletin, 1884 
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Massachusetts. 

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Edwards, VinalN.: [Shad, pollock, bill-fish, etc., at Cape Cod.] Bulletin, 1886 

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New Hampshire. 

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New York. 

Blackford, E. G.: Catch of shad in the Hudson River for 1885. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 294. F18-595 

[Early shad.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 137. 

Mather, Fred.: The shad fisheries of the Hudson. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p 

177-180. F18-398 

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1898 (1899), p. 242-249. 

North Carolina. 

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(1907), p. 40-41. 

Worth, S. G.: [Shad in North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 320. 
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Osterhout, P. M.: [Shad How they were caught in ye olden days The fishery 
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Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [The shad fisheries of Pennsylvania in 1896.] Report, 
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Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Shad fisheries of Pennsylvania.] Report, 1901 
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Willis, H.: Shad fisheries of the Susquehanna River fifty-six years ago. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 261-263. F18-49 

Wright, Harrison: On the early shad of the north branch of the Susquehanna River. 
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Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Wilkesbarre, Pa.: Report of a 
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Rhode Island. 

Cory, E. J., and Vinal N. Edwards: [Shad caught in November.] Bulletin, 

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South Carolina. 

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Report, 1884 (1886), p. XLI. 

Ferguson, Thomas B.: Extracts from a report of investigations of the shad fish- 
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artificial propagation. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 244-248. F18-299 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [The shad fisheries of South Carolina in 1896.] Report, 
1898 (1899), p. 140-154. 

Wood, William Maxwell: Report of an examination of the shad fisheries in George- 
town, S. C. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 140-141. F18-249 

Reconnaissance of the shad fisheries of Winyaw Bay and its tributaries, by the 

steamer Fish Hawk. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 242-243. F18-298 

Virginia. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh.: [The shad fisheries of Virginia in 1896.] Report, 1898 
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Atlantic coast. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Shad fisheries of the Atlantic coast.] Report, 1896 

(1898), p. 130; 1897 (1898), p. CXXV-CXXX. 
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Middle Atlantic States. 

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Pacific coast. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Shad fishery of the Pacific coast.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), 

vol. XV, p. 416-427. 

Chesapeake Bay. 

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Gulf of Mexico. 

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Ohio Rivtr. 

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Potomac River. 

Chapman, Pearson: Habits of the shad and herring as they appear in the Potomac 
River to one who has watched them for fifty years. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
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Harris, Gwynn: Report upon the shad and herring fisheries of the Potomac River 
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Lennurt, J. T.: Catch of spawning shad in the Potomac, above Georgetown. Bulle- 
tin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 440. F18-171 

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Mississippi River. 

McDowell, W. W.: [Shad in the Mississippi at Memphis.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 
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SHARK: NANTUCKET. 

Gardner, Albert A.: [Shark fishing at Nantucket.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 460-461. 

SPOT. 

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SQUETEAGUE. 

Collins, Joseph William: [The squeteague or "trout" fishery.] In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. VII, p. 
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STURGEON. 
General. 

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66-67. 



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Delaware. 

Cobb, John Nathan: The sturgeon fishery of Delaware River and Bay. Report, 
1899 (1900), p. 369-380, pis. Doc. 429 issued Aug. 25, 1900. Fll-110 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Sturgeon fishery of the Delaware River.] 
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Florida. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [The sturgeon fishery of Florida.] Report, 1901 

(1902), p. 155incl. tables. 
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(1917), p. 76. 

Pacific coast. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Sturgeon and sturgeon fishery.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), 
vol. XIV, p. 275-279. 

Columbia River. 

Wilcox, William A.: [Sturgeon fishery of the Columbia River.] Report, 1893 (1895), 
p. 250-253. 

SWORDFISH. 

General. 

Goode, George Brown: Materials for a history of the swordfishes. Report, 1880 
(1883), p. 289-294, XXIV pi.. Doc. 51 issued June 3, 1883. F16-284 

The swordfish fishery. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 

States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. IV, p. 315-326. 

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62-63. 

New England. 

Clark, A. Howard: Notes on the New England fishery for the swordfish during the 
season of 1884. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 233-239. F17-186 

TILEFISH. 

Bumpus, Herman Carey: The reappearance of the tilefish. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 321-333. Doc. 416 issued Oct. 30, 1899. F12-32 

Collins, Joseph William: Report upon a cruise made to the tilefish ground in the 
smack Josie Reeves, September, 1882. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 301-310. 

F18-107 

[Tilefish fishery.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 702. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Tilefish fishery.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 84-85. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Tilefish fisheries.] Report, 1881 (1884), p. XL. 

[Investigation of the alleged destruction of the tilefish.] Report 1882 (1884), 

p. LII. 

TROUT: ALASKA. 

Bower, Ward Taft, and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 

1914. (Trout fishery: p. 64-65.) Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), 89 p. Doc. 

^ 819 issued Sept. 23, *1915. F12-388 

Bower, Ward Taft, and Clifford H. Fassett: [Noteworthy catch of Dolly Varden 

trout: p. 65-66.] In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by Barton Warren 

Evermann. Appendix II, Report, 1913 (1914). Doc. 797 issued Aug. 29, 1914. 

F12-388 

Chamberlain, Frederick M., and Ward Taft Bower: [Trout fishery: p. 71-72.] 
In Fishery and fur industries of Alaska in 1912, by B. W. Evermann. Report and 
special papers, 1912 (1914), 123 p. Doc. 780 issued Nov. 6, 1913. F12-388 

Cobb, John Nathan, and Frederick M. Chamberlain: [The trout fishery: p. 63- 
64.] In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1911, by Barton Warren Evermann. 
Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 99 p. Doc. 766 issued Dec. 16, 1912. 

F12 388 
TUNA: CALIFORNIA. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The tuna fishery of California.] Report, 1914 (1915), 
p. 35-37. 

WHITEPISH. 

Evermann. Barton Warren, and Hugh McCormick Smith: The whitefishes of 
North America. Report, 1894 (1896). p. 283-324, illus., pis. Doc. 323 issued 
Feb. 6, 1894. Fll-189 



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Howell, D. Y.: Injuries caused by gill nets to whitefish. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 
V, p. 324. F18-742 

McQueen, Alexander: [Large whitefish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 138. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Miscellaneous notes and correspondence relative to 
the whitefish. A. The whitefish of the Great Lakes [letters from George Barnston, 
John W. Kerr, Peter Kiel]. B. The whitefish of eastern Maine and New Bruns- 
wick, by Charles Lanman. C. New species of Argyrosomus and Coregonus, by 
James W. Milner. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 79-89. F15-92 



WHITING. 



Nye, Willard: [Appearance of whiting or frost-fish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 137. 

CANADA. 



ALE WIFE. 

Lanman, Charles: The shad and gaspereau or ale wife of New Brunswick and Nova 
Scotia. Report, 1872-73 (1874), p. 461-462. F16-66 

HERRING. 

General. 

Joncas, L. Z.: The fisheries of Canada. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 341-348. 
Doc. 270 issued June 28, 1894. F12-183 

Labrador. 

Stearns, W. A.: [Herring.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 17-19. 

Newfoundland. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Newfoundland herring fishery: p. 50-51.] Report, 

1911 (1913). 
Wilcox, W. A.: Notes on the frozen herring trade with Newfoundland and the Bay 

of Fundy during the winter of 1886-87. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 71-73. 

F18-655 

MACKEREL. 
General. 

Joncas, L. Z.: The fisheries of Canada. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 341-348. 
Doc. 270 issued June 28, 1894. F12-183 

Labrador. 

Stearns, W. A.: [The Labrador mackerel fisheries.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 25-26. 

SALMON. 

Habersham, William Ney A.: Notes on the use of the male salmon hook and the 
run of 1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 52. F18-215 

Witcher, W. F.: [Decline of the Canadian salmom fisheries.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 363. 

SHAD. 

Lanman, Charles: The shad and gaspereau or alewife of New Brunswick and Nova 
Scotia. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 461-462. F16-66 

SOUTH AMERICA: SHAD. 

Fishing for ahad in South American waters. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 138. 

F18-92 

EUROPE. 

BRISLING: NORWAY. 

Friele, M.: [The Norwegian brisling fishery.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 730-731. 

CAPELAN: NORWAY. 

Gars, George Ossian: Report submitted to the Department of the Interior on the 
practical and scientific investigations of the Finmark capelan-fisheries, made 
during the spring of the year 1879. (Tr. by Herman Jacobson.) Report, 1880 
(1883), p. 167-187. F16-299 

5690 21 14 



210 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

CARP. 

Austria. 
The carp trade in Austria. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 308. 

Germany. 

The carp fisheries in the Peitz Lakes. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 675-678. F16-176 

EEL: SWEDEN. 

Lundberg, Rudolph: Eel-fishing with so-called "hommer" (a species of fish-pot) 
on the Baltic coast of Sweden and in the Sound. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 415^30, 
pi., illus. F17-33 

[Eel fisheries of Sweden.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 380-384. 

FLOUNDERS: SWEDEN. 

Lundberg, Rudolph: [Flounder fisheries of Sweden.] Report, 1884 (1886), p 384- 
386. 

HALIBUT. 

Iceland. 

Collins, J. W.: On the abundance of halibut near Iceland. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 463-464. F18-362 

The Icelandic halibut fishery: An account of the voyages of three Gloucester 

schooners to the fishing grounds near the north coast of Iceland. Report, 1884 
(1886), p. 289-300. F17-128 

Garde, Aug.: [Halibut fisheries of Iceland.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 301. 

Thorsteinson, Ami Bjarnason: American halibut-fisheries near Iceland. Bulle- 
tin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 429-432. F18-496 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Iceland halibut fishery.] Report, 1884 (1886), 
p. XL-XLI; 1885 (1887), p. LI-LII. 

Norway. 
Juel, Niels: [Norwegian halibut fisheries.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 89-90. 

HERRING. 

Germany. 

Dantziger: The first five years of the Emden joint-stock herring-fishery associa- 
tion. Report, 1877 (1879), p. [751]-776. F16-115 

Great Britain. 

Carr, T. F. Robertson: Notes on the Scotch herring fisheries. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 60, 431. F18-221, F18-356 

Collins, J. W.: Notes on the English herring and mackerel fisheries, and the methods 
of curing. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 40. F18-375 

The Scotch herring fisheries in 1882 [and 1883]. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 
117-118; 1883 (1884), vol. IV, p. 472. F18-87 

Simonsen, Carl: The herring fisheries near the Isle of Man. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 152-155. F18-563 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Observations on the herring fisheries of England, Scot- 
land, and Holland. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 1-16, illus., 2 pi, Doc. 
511 issued Feb. 4, 1903. F12-55 

Southwell, Thomas: Notes on the English herring fishery of 1882. Bulletin, 1883 
(1883), vol. Ill, p. 465^66. F12-390 

[Note on the herring fisheries of Great Britain.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 87. 

Iceland. 

Finn, W.: The Iceland herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 493-496. F17-5 
Trolle, C.: [The Iceland herring fisheries.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 84-87. 

Netherlands. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Observations on the herring fisheries of England, Scot- 
land, and Holland. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 1-16, illus., 2 pi. Doc. 
511 issued Feb. 4, 1903. F12-55 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 211 

Norway. 

Boeck, Axel, i. e. Jonas Axel: The Norwegian herring-fisheries. Report, 1873-74 
and 1874-75 (1876), p. 97- 122. F16-7 

Buch, Sophus Andreas: Spawning of spring herring near Norway. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 297-300. F18^47 

Friele, M.: An account of the fisheries of Norway in 1877. Report, 1877 (1879), 
p. 707-739. F16-113 

Jensen, Olaf Scheveland: Report on the practical and scientific investigations of 
the spring herring fisheries during the j^ear 1880, submitted to the Department 
of the interior. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 127-161. Fl 6-288 

New contributions to the herring question. The dispute between Axel Boeck and 
Ossian Sars regarding the Norwegian summer-herring; Sars' recent observations 
and his theory on the migrations of the herrings. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 
(1876), p. 195-211. F16-12 

[The Norwegian herring fisheries in 1883]. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 366-367. 

Sars, George Ossian: [Herring fisheries of the Loffoden Islands.] Report, 1877 
(1879), p. 637-661. 

Strom, Boye: [The herring fisheries of the Loffoden Islands and in the district of 
Vesteraalen]. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 338-343. 

Sweden. 

Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm: Preliminary report for 1873-74 on the herring and 
herring-fisheries on the west coast of Sweden. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 
(1876),. p. 125-168. F16-8 

[Brief review of our. present knowledge of the mode of life and the migration 

of the herring, and their physical and biological causes.] Report, 1878 (1880), 
p. 160-220. 

The great Bohuslan herring fisheries. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 221-239. 

F16-158 

Contributions toward solving the question of the secular periodicity of the 

great herring fisheries. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 497-503. F17- 6 

Contributions toward a more correct knowledge of the herring's mode of life. 

Report, 1879 (1882), p. 505-513. F17-7 

The Bohus-lan sea fisheries and their future. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 89-98. 

F16-290 

What should be done by the government with regard to the great Bohus-lan 

herring fisheries. A memorial addressed to the Council of state and the head of 
the Royal civil department [of Sweden]. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 99-126. 

F16-291 

- The great herring fisheries considered from an economical point of view. 
Rcport.^1883 (1885), p. 341-357. F17-30 

Special results of the investigations relating to the herring and herring fisheries 
on the west coast of Sweden made during the years 1873-1883. Report, 1883 
(1885), p. 729-745. F17-34 

The future of the herring fisheries on the coast of Bohus-lan. Report, 1884 

(1886), p. 399-409. F17-132 

Martin, S. J. : The American purse-seine successful in the herring fisheries of Sweden. 
Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 161. 

Yhlen, Gerhard von: [The herring fishery of the Lan Goteborg and Bohtis in the 
year 1877.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 742-749. 

Baltic. 

Widegren, Hjalmar: [The herring fishery of the Baltic.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 
124-135. 

White Sea. 

Schultz, Alexander: [The herring fisheries in the White Sea.] Report, 1873-74 and 
187<;-75 (1876), p. 37-40. 

MACKEREL. 
Great Britain. 

Green, William Spotswood: Notes on the Irish mackerel fisheries. Bulletin, 1893 
(1894), vol. XIII, p. 357-360, pi. 13-16. Doc. 272 issued June 16, 1894. F12-183 

Norway. 

Friele, M.: [Mackerel fishery in Norway in 1877.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 731-733. 
Sars, George Ossian: [Mackerel fishery of Norway.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 667- 
674. 



212 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



Sweden. 



Yhlen, Gerhard von: Report of the sea-fisheries of the Lan Goteborg and Bonus in 
the year 1877. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 741-750. F16-114 



Battle. 

Mobius, Karl August: [Scientific investigations upon the fishes profitable to the 
fisheries.] Report, 1879 (1882), p. 534-548. 

SALMON. 
France. 

Jerrell, H. P.: Concerning the salmon fisheries of Bretagne, France, and the need 
of fish-ways and restrictive legislation. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 185-186. 

F18-276 
Germany. 

Benecke, B.: Observations on salmon in German Rivers. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 119-122. F18-556 

Hoek, Paulus Peronius Cato: Propagation and protection of the Rhine salmon. 

Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 817-829, diags. Doc. 682 issued April, 1910. 

10-35437 
Sweden. 

Lundberg, Rudolph: [Salmon fisheries of Sweden.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 386-387. 
Sweden, Statens Fiskeriadministration: Improvement in the salmon fisheries of 

Sweden. Extract from the Report of the Royal intendant of fisheries. Report, 

1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 166-167. F15-95 

Trybom, Filip: Salmon fisheries of Halland, Sweden, especially in the River Viskan. 

Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 104-105. F18-549 

Widegren, Hjalmar: [Salmon fisheries of Sweden.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 

(1876), p. 32. 

Battle. 

Fiedler: The migrations of salmon (Salnw solar L.} in the Baltic. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 185-188. F18-101 

White Sea. 

Schultz, Alexander: [Salmon fisheries of the White Sea.] Report, 1873-74 and 
1874-75 (1876), p. 40-43. 

SAKDINE. 
Denmark. 

The sardine fisheries. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 163-165. F16-298 

France. 

France, Moniteur de la Pisciculture: [Sardine fisheries in France.] Bulletin, 
1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 408-409. 

SHARK. 
Iceland. 

Garde, Aug.: [Shark fisheries of Iceland.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 305. 

The Iceland shark-fisheries. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 301-304. F18-448 

Norway. 

[The Norwegian shark fisheries in 1883.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 362. 
Str6m, Boye: [Norwegian shark fisheries in 1880.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 349; 1885 
(1887), p. 219; 1886 (1889), p. 1059. 

SPRAT: SWEDEN. 

Yhlen, Gerhard von: [Sprat fishery in the Lan of Goteborg and Bohus in the year 
1877.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 749. 

JAPAN: CARP. 

Japan. Bureau of Agriculture: [Carp fisheries of Japan.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 
vol. XIII, p. 428. 



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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

MULLET. 

Moser, Jefferson P.: [Mullet fishery of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1897 (1898), 
p. CLXIX-CLXX. 

SHARK. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Shark fisheries of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 (1902), 
p. 421-422. 

FISHERY PRODUCTS. 

PRESERVATION OF PRODUCTS. 

BAIT. 

Collins, Joseph William: Inauguration of the frozen-herring trade. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 81-83. F13-85 

Some reasons why the fishermen of Nova Scotia prefer to use salt clams ( My a 

arenaria} for bait in the bank hand-line cod fisheries. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. 

VII, p. 425-428 incl. tables. F18-679 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Method of preparing bait used in the French sardine 

fishery.] Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 8-10. 
Waage, Peter: Preservation of bait. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 200-201. 

F18-407 

COLLAGEN. 

Cobb, J. N.: Pacific cod fisheries. (Glue from codfish skins: p. 71.) Report, 1915 
(1917), 111 p. Doc. 830 issued Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 

Green, Erik H.: The chemical composition of the subdermal connective tissue of 
the ocean sunfish. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 321-324. Doc. 449 issued 
Aug. 31, 1900. F12-84 

Green, Erik H., and Ralph Winfred Tower: The organic constituents of the scales 
of fish. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 97-102. Doc. 496 issued May 26, 1902. 

F12-272 

White, George F.: Fish isinglass and glue. Appendix IV, Report, 1917 (1919). 
Doc. 852 issued Aug. 27, 1917. F17-249 

FERTILIZER. 

Atwater, Wilber Olin: Report of the analysis of a sample of fish guano made from 
salmon offal, by Mr. Joseph Spratt, of Victoria, British Columbia. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 238 F13-103 

[Menhaden and other fish and their products as related to agriculture.] Re- 
port, 1887 (1891), p. 194-267. 

Bower, Ward Taft, and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 
1914. (Fertilizer from fish products: p. 62-64.] Appendix IX, Report, 1914 
(1915), p. 1-89. Doc. 819 issued Sept. 23, 1915. F12-388 

Bower, Ward Taft and H. C. Fassett: [Fertilizer from canning waste: p. 134-135]. 
In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by B. W. Evermann. Appendix 
II, Report, 1913, (1914), p. 37-139. F12-388 

Cobb, J. N.: The salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. (Refuse from canneries used 
for fertilizer: p. 66-67.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 179 p. Doc. 751 
issued Nov. 25, 1911. Fll-393 

Pacific cod fisheries. (Refuse for fertilizer: p. 71.) Appendix IV, Report, 

1915 (1917), 111 p. Doc. 830 issued Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 

Cobb, J. N., and H. M. Kutchin: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. (Utiliza- 
tion of food-fishes for fertilizer: p. 54-56.) Report and special papers, 1906 
(1908), 70 p. Doc. 618 issued May 16, 1907. 7-35263 

Gallup, B. Frank: Catching dogfish for oil and guano. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 
vol. II, p. 246. F18-99 

Greer, Rob Leon: The menhaden industry of the Atlantic coast. Appendix III, 
Report, 1914 (1915), 27 p., 7 pi. Doc. 811, issued Apr. 7, 1915. F15-39 

The menhaden industry- of the Atlantic coast. (Selected bibliography of 

papers relating to fish fertilizers: p. 30.) 30 p., VII pi. Doc. 811 reprinted with 
additions Oct. 18, 1917. F17-263 

Lawrence-Hamilton, J.: [Utilization of waste fish and fish products.] Bulletin, 
1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 305-306. 



214 IT. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1909. 
(The fertilizer question: p. 49-50.) Report and special papers, 1909 (1911), 58 p. 
Doc. 730 issued Apr. 20, 1910. 7-35263 

- The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. (The fertilizer question: p. 47-50.) Report 
and special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 issued Apr. 19, 1911. 7-35263 

Moser, Jefferson F.: [Guano from herring, in Alaska. 1 Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 

vol. XVIII, p. 122-123. 
Smiley, Charles Wesley: The extent of the use of fish guano as fertilizer. Report, 

1881 (1884), p. 663-695. F16-336 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: Aquatic products in art and industries. Fish oils, fats, 

and waxes. Fertilizers from aquatic products. Report, 1902 (1904), p. 177-279, 

pis. Doc. 536 issued Sept. 26, 1903. Fll-3 

[Use of fish refuse as manure.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 317. 
Wilcox, William A.: [Manufacture of guano at Killisnor, Alaska.] Report, 1893 

Q895), p. 303. 

GLUE. 

Clark, A. Howard: [Utilization of fish skins for glue.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. IV, p. 149-150. 

White, George F.: Fish isinglass and glue. Appendix IV, Report, 1917 (1919), 
15 p. Doc. 852 issued Aug. 27, 1917. F17-249 

ICHTHYLEPIDIN. 

Green, Erik H., and Ralph Winfred Tower: The organic constituents of the 
scales of fish. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 97-102. Doc. 496 issued May 26, 
1902. F12-272 

ISINGLASS. 

Anderssen, Joakim: [Making isinglass from fish-maws.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 70. 
Knudsen, Henrik: Some facts concerning isinglass. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 295-297. F18-446 

Schultz, Alexander: [Manufacture of isinglass.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 

(1876), p. 86-87. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Utilization of weakfish sounds.] Report, 1896 (1898), 

p. 144. 
White, George F.: Fish isinglass and glue. Appendix IV, Report, 1917 (1919), 15 p. 

Doc. 852 issued Aug. 27, 1917. F17-249 

OIL. 

Atwood, Nathaniel E.: Unexplained variations in the yield of oil from cod livers. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 431-432. F18-165 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Fish as oil.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 149-150. 
Bower, Ward Taft, and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1914. 

(Oil from fishery products: p. 62-64.) Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), 89 p. 

Doc. 819 issued Sept. 23, 1915. F12-388 

Bower, Ward Taft, and Clifford H. Fassett: [Oil from canning waste: p. 134-135.] 

In Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by B. W. Evermann. Appendix 

II, Report, 1913 (1914), 172 p. Doc. 797 issued Aug. 29, 1914. F12-388 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Oil from the refuse of the sturgeon.] Report, 1899 (1900), 

p. 377. 
Pacific cod fisheries. (Cod liver oil: p. 70-71.) Report, 1915 (1917), 111 p. 

Doc. 830 issued Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 

De Blois, E. T.: The origin of the menhaden industry. Bulletin, 1881 (1882V, vol. I, 

p. 46-51. F12-333 

Friedlaender, Oscar O.: [Yield of menhaden oil per ] ,000 fish.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 459. 

Friele, M.: [Preparation of the oil from the cod.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 717-718. 
Gallup, B. Frank: Catching dogfish for oil and guano. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 

II, p. 246. F18-99 

- [Oil and guano from drumfish.] Bulletin, 1883 (1885), vol. Ill, p. 462. 

Go ode, George Brown: The natural and economical history of the American men- 
haden. Report, 1877 (1879), 529 p., pi. I-XXXI. F12-236 

Goode, G. Brown, and A. Howard Clark: [Methods of manufacturing menhaden 
oil.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, 
vol. I. pt. V, p. 343-345. 

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Greer, Rob Leon: The menhaden industry of the Atlantic coast. Appendix III, 

Report, 1914 (1915), 27 p., VII pis. (incl. front.). Doc. 811 issued Apr. 7, 1915. 

F15-39 
The menhaden industry of the Atlantic coast. 30 p., VII pi. Doc. 811 

reprinted with additions Oct. 18, 1917. . F17-263 

The Iceland shark fisheries. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p.^301-304. F18-448 

Jordan, David Starr, and Charles H. Gilbert: [Making oil from salmon heads.] 

In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887 . Sec . V, vol . I, 

pt. XII, p. 750. 
Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. 

(Use of herring in the manufacture of oil: p. 47-50.) Report and special papers, 

1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 issued Apr. 19, 1911. 
Moser, Jefferson F. : [Extracting oil from herring in Alaska.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 

vol. XVIII, p. 122-123. 
Schieffelin, W. H., & Co.: Unexplained variations in the yield of oil from cod livers 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 431. F18-164 

Schultz, Alexander: [Oil from sturgeon, herring, and lampreys.] Report, 1873-74 

and 1874-75 (1876), p. 89-90. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Menhaden for oil and guano.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), 

vol. XV, p. 285-290. 

Sparks, George L.: [Porpoise oil.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 415. 
Stearns, Winfrid Alden: [Cod liver oil.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 12. 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: Aquatic products in arts and industries. Fish oils, 

fats, and waxes. Fertilizers from aquatic products. Report, 1902 (1904), p. 177- 

279, pis. Doc. 536 issued Sept. 26, 1903. Fll-3 

[Oils from blackfish.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 206-208. 

True, Frederick William: [Porpoise oil.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 5. 

[Shark livers for oil.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 301-302. 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Fish oils.] Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 51. 
Wallem, Frederick Meltzer: Export of fish oil from Norway, 1878-1882. Bulletin, 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 240, 382. F18-129; F18-340 
White, George, and Adrian Thomas: Properties of fish and vegetable oil mixtures. 

Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 183-198, illus., Doc. 785 issued Feb. 18. 
1914. F14-8 

Wilcox, William A.: [Manufacture of herring oil.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 303. 

SKINS. 

Baird, S. F.: [Utilization of the skins of fishes.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 150. 
Field, Irving A.: Utilized fishes and their relation to the fishing industries (Use of 

the skin of the dogfish: p. 41-42.) Report and special papers, 1916 (1917), 50 p., 

pi. Doc. 622 issued Sept. 10, 1907. 7-35352 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Utilization of the skins of sharks, rays, dogfish, and 

sturgeon.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 281-352. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Aquatic sources of leather.] Report, 1917 

(1919), p. 50-51. 

[Development of aquatic resources of leather.] Report, 1918, (1920), p. 37-38. 

STOCK FEED. 

Hinckley, Isaac: The fish-eating cows of Provincetown, Mass. Bulletin, 1881 (1882) 
vol. I, p. 134. F18-33, 

Stevenson, C. H.: [Fish meal.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 551-552. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Utilization of fish waste and waste fish.] Re- 
port, 1918 (1920), p. 34-35. 

PRODUCTS AS FOOD. 

PREPARATION. 

General. 

Stevenson, Charles H.: The preservation of fishery products for food. Bulletin, 
1898 (1899), p. 335-563, VII pi. Doc. 417 issued Dec. 12, 1899. 5-5014 

Alive. 

Borne, Max von dem: Wooden tank for the transportation of living fish. Bulletin. 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 168, illus. F18-264 
Mead, Albert Davis: A new principle of aquiculture and transportation of live 

fishes. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 759-780, pi. XC-C, diagrs. Doc. 
676 issued April, 1910. 10-35565 



216 TI. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Pachaly's car for transporting fish. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 207-208. F18-40 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Preserving fishery products alive.] Bulletin, 1898 

(1899), vol. XVIII, p. 339-357. 
Transportation of live fish. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 95-102, illus. F18-80 

Anchovies. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Anchovie pastes and sardine butter.] Bulletin, 1898 
(1899), vol. XVIII, p. 552-553. 

Babracoted. 

Quelch, J. J.: [Babracoted fish in British Guiana.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 238. 

Bloaters. 

Earll, B. Edward: [Preparation of bloater herring at Eastport.] Bulletin, 1887 

(1889), vol. VII, p. 273. 
[Method of preparation of the bloater-herring.] In The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt. VI, p. 486-488. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Cured herring.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 

o 4. 

Canning. 

Adams, Emma Hildreth: Salmon canning in Oregon. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol 

V, p. 362-365. F18-480 

Alexander, Alvin B.: [Salmon canning industry of the Pacific coast.] Report, 1904 

(1905), p. 141-146. 
Bower, Ward Taft, and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1914. 

(Canning: p. 29-37.) Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), 89 p. Doc. 819 issued 

Sept. 23, 1915. F12-388 
Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1915. (Canning: p. 30-41.) Appendix 

III, Report, 1915 (1917), 140 p. Doc. 834 issued Jan. 6, 1917. F12-388 

Bower, Ward Taft, and H. C. Fassett: [Salmon canning: p. 83-103.] In Alaska 

fisheries and fur industries in 1913, by Barton Warren Evermann. Appendix 

II, Report, 1913 (1914), 172 p. Doc. 797 issued Aug. 29, 1914. F12-388 

Chamberlain, Frederick M., and Ward Taft Bower: [Salmon canning: p. 46-53.] 

In Fisheries and fur industries of Alaska in 1912, by Barton Warren Evermann. 

Report and special papers, 1912 (1914), 123 p. F12-388 

Chittenden, Newton H.: [Salmon canning in British Columbia.] Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 313-314. 
Cobb, J. N.: [Preserving fishery products by canning.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 

XVII, p. 350-351. 
The salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast. (Canning: p. 46-60.) Report and 

special papers, 1910 (1911), 179 p. Doc. 751 issued Nov. 25, 1911. Fll-393 

Cobb, J. N., and F. M. Chamberlain: [Salmon canning: p. 38-47.] In Alaska 

fisheries and fur industries in 1911, by B. W. Evermann. Report and special 

papers, 1911 (1913), 99 p. Doc. 766 issued Dec. 16, 1912. F12-388 

Cobb, J. N., and H. M. Kutchin: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. [Salmon canning: 

p. 13-17.] Report and special papers, 1906 (1908), 70 p. Doc. 618 issued Dec. 

31, 1906. 7-35263 

Collins, Joseph William: [Sardine canning industry in California.] Report, 1888- 

89 (1892), p. 158-159. 
Earll, B. Edward: Proposed limitation of the herring fishery in Maine and its effect 

upon bait and canning interests. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 445-446. 

F18-177 
[The mackerel canning industry; origin and development.] Report, 1881 

(1884), p. 221-227. 
Earll, B. Edward, and Hugh M. Smith: The American sardine industry in 1886. 

Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 161-192. Doc. 123 issued June 20, 1889. 

Fll-252 
Green, Loren W.: Report on the packing of salmon on the Pacific coast from 1883 to 

1886. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 286-288. F18-593 

Goode, George Brown: [Manufacture of sardines from menhaden.] Report, 1877 

(1879), p. 137-139. 
Hall, Ansley: [The sardine industry of the Passamaquoddy region, Maine.] Report, 

1896 (1898), p. 464-480. 
Homergue, Louis C. d': [The sardine canneries of Fraser River.] Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 314. 
Hume, B. D.: [The first salmon cannery: p. 46-48.] Quoted by Cobb in The salmon 

fisheries of the Pacific coast. Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 179 p. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 217 

Kemp, N. H., and others: The sardine cannery industry of Eastport, Maine. [A 
petition to the secretary of the treasury.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 241-243. 

F18-416 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1907 . 
(Salmon canning: p. 34-39.) Report and special papers, 1907 (1909), 77 p., pis., 
charts, illus. Doc. 632 issued Apr. 16, 1908. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1908. (Salmon canning: p. 19-23.) Report and 

special papers, 1908 (1910), 78 p. Doc. 645 issued Apr. 17, 1909. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1909. (Salmon canning, p. 16-19.) Report and 

special papers, 1909 (1911), 58 p. 7-35263 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. (Salmon canning: p. 15-21.) Report and 



special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 issued Apr. 19, 1911. 7-35263 

Moser, Jefferson F.: The salmon and salmon fisheries of Alaska. Report of the 

operations of the U. S. Fish commission steamer Albatross for the year ending 

June 30, 1898. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, 178 p. F12-94 
The salmon fisheries of Alaska. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 173-398, 

illus., fold, tables and charts, XLIV pis. Doc. 510 issued Oct. 31, 1902. F12-278 
The sardine fisheries. Tr. from the Danish by Herman Jacobson. Report, 1888-89 

(1892), p. 163-165. 
Schultz, Alexander: [Preparation of the products from the White Sea, the Arctic 

Ocean, and the Caspian Sea.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 25-96. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Sardines, anchovies, and sardine canning.] Bulletin, 

1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 227-230. 

[Mackerel canning in California.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 231. 

[Preparation of sardines in Maine.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 142-143. 

The French sardine industry. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 26 p. Doc. 

473 issued Sept. 26, 1901. F12-266 

Statistics of whaling, cod fishing, and salmon packing on the Pacific coast. Bul- 
letin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 89-90. F18-544 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Sardines.] Bulletin, 1898(1899), vol. XVIII, p. 526-537. 

- [The preservation of fishery products by canning.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 507-540. 

Stone, Livingston: Best season for packing salmon on the Pacific coast. Bulletin, 
1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 65-66. F18-653 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Salmon canneries of Bristol Bay.] Report, 1889-91 (1893), 
p. 284-287. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Tuna canning industry of California.] Report, 
1914 (1915), p. 35-37. 

[Home canning of fish.] Report, 1918 (1920), p. 35-37. 

Walker, E. P.: [Mild cure in operations in southeast Alaska in 1914.] Quoted by 
W. T. Bower and H. D. Aller in Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1914. 
Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), 89 p. F12-388 

Wilcox, William A.: [Packing sardines in California.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 192. 

- [Notes on salmon canning on the Pacific coast.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 583-587. 

Caviar. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Preparation of caviar.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 378-379. 
Hovey, H. C.: [Preparation of caviar.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 346-348. 
Radcliffe, Lewis: Caviar: what it is and how to prepare it. (Selected bibliog- 
raphy: p. 7-8.) 8 p., illus. Economic Circular 20 issued Apr. 19, 1916. F16-86 
Ryder, John Adam: [Manufacture of caviar.] Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, 

p. 277-278. 
Schultz, Alexander: [Manufacture of caviar.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), 

p. 84-86. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick, and Merwin-Marie Snell: [Manufacture of caviar.] 

Report, 1887 (1891), p. 249, 272, 288. 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [The preservation of fish roe for food.] Bulletin, 1898 

(1899), vol. XVIII, p. 541-546. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Caviar from paddle-fish.] Report, 1901 (1902), 

p. 160. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Manufacture of caviar by fishermen.] Report, 

1901 (1902), p. 581. 

Cooking. 

Behr, Friedrich von: Five recipes for cooking carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 276. F18-590 

Coker, Robert Ervin: The bowfin: an old-fashioned fish with a new-found use. 
4 p., illus. Economic Circular 26 issued May 11, 1917. F17-188 



218 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

[To cook carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 134. 

Dolge, Alfred: The preparation and cooking of carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 204-205. F18-575 

Gerber, C.: How to cook carp. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 151-152. F18-257 
Gross, Julius: Another recipe for cooking carp. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 277. Fl 8-591 

Haverfield, N. T.: [Recipe for cooking carp.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 401. 
How to cook carp and tench. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 139-140. F18-248 
Moore, Henry Frank: The grayfish. Try it. It knocks H. out of the H. 0. of L. 

8 p., illus. Economic Circular 22 issued Nov. 29, 1916. F17-107 
The sablefish, alias black cod. An introduction to one of the best and richest 

of American food-fishes, with recipes for cooking it, by Mary E. Rausch and 

J. C. Grant. 8 p., illus. Economic Circular 23 issued Mar. 8, 1917. Fl 7-155 
The burbot: a fresh-water cousin to the cod. (Recipes contributed by Mrs. 

Albert Sidney Burleson, Mrs. William E. Redfield, Lake Erie fishermen, and 

New England Exchange.) 4 p., illus. Economic Circular 25 issued May 9, 1917. 

' F17-236 

Why and how to use salt and smoked fish. Sixty-one ways of cooking them. 

(Collated and adapted from various sources by William C." Kendall . . . and 
Rose M. MacDonald.) 8 p. Economic Circular 29 issued Aug. 8, 1917. F17-244 

The whiting: a good fish not adequately realized. 4 p., illus. Economic 

Circular 32 ismed Oct. 10, 1917. F17-265 

The eulachon: a rich and delicious little fish. 4 p., illus. Economic Circular 

33 issued Dec. 5,1917. F18-1 

Skates and rays. Interesting fishes of great food value, with 29 recipes for 

for cooking them. 7 p., illus. Economic Circular 34 issued Mar. 20, 1918. 

F18-516 

Groupers: fishes you should try, with recipes for cooking them (by Evelyn 

Spencer.) 8 p., illus. Economic Circular 44 issued Mar. 21. 1919. F19-4 

The haddock: one of the best salt-water fishes. With recipes for cooking it. 

8 p., illus. Economic Circular 47 issued Aug. 18, 1920. F20-159 

Radcliffe, Lewis: Sharks as food. With thirty recipes. 8 p. Economic Circular 

35 issued Apr. 29, 1918. F18-683 

Fish roe and buckroe. With 85 recipes (contributed by Lewis Radcliffe, 

RoseM. MacDonald, Olive B. Percival, L. Madeline McClintock, W. C. Kendall). 
11 p. Economic Circular 37 issued June 6, 1918. F18-684 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Notes on the edible qualities of the German carp and 
hints about cooking them. Bulletin, 1883 (1884), vol. Ill, p. 305-332. Fll-311 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Commercial possibilities of the goose-fish: a neglected 
food; with 10 recipes (by Charles Doucot). 5 p. Economic Circular 13 issued 
Dec. 15, 1914. F14-131 

Some recipes for cooking fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 127-128. F18 T 560 

Taylor, H. F.: The carp: a valuable food resource, with twenty- three recipes 
(selected). 7 p., illus. Economic Circular 31 issued Sept. 26, 1917. F17-258 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Canned salmon: cheaper than meats, and why. Includ- 
ing fifty tested recipes. 11 p. Economic Circular 11 issued Mar. 7, 1914. 

F14-35 

The tilefish: a new deep-sea fish. With 12 recipes for cooking it by Charles 

Doucot. 6 p., illus. Economic Circular 19 issued Sept. 30, 1915. F15-156 

[Experiments relating to the preservation of fishery products.] Report, 

1918 (1920), p. 18-21. 

Van Antwerp, W.: [Manner of cooking German carp.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 300. 
Wallen, Frederik Meltzer: [A culinary fish-dinner with international dishes.] 

Report, 1878 (1880), p. 80-83. 

Warren & Co.: [How to cook the red snapper.] Bulletin, 1885 (] 885), vol. V, p. 94-95. 
Zeller, George A.: [Philippine fish-cakes.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 140. 

Dried. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Preparation of fishery products in the Hawaiian Islands.] 

Bulletin, 1903 (1905), vol. XXIII, p. 750-751. 
Gundersen. H.: Drying codfish at Bordeaux. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 

84-86, illus. F18-542 

Ito, K.: [Dried herring in Japan.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XK T , p. 435. 
A new process of drying fish. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 432. 



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Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Chinese method of preserving, by drying, of shrimp, 
redfish, squid, sturgeon, and trepang.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 
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[Drying fish by artificial means.] Bulletin, 1S98 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 

420-424. 

[The preservation of fishery products by drying and dry-salting.] Bulletin, 



1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 389-414. 

Fish Eggs. 

Stevenson, Charles H.: [The preservation of fish eggs for food.] Bulletin, 1898 
(1899), vol. XVIII, p. 541-548. 

Kippered. 

Collins, Joseph William: [Kippered mackerel and methods of curing.] Bulletin, 

1885(1885), vol. V, p. 40. 

Simonson, Carl: [Kippered herring.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. IV, p. 154-155. 
Smith, Hugh M.: [Kippered herring.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 4. 

Klip fish. 

Annaniasson, Abraham: Klip-fish at the Shetland Islands. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 316-319. F18-462 

Friele, M.: [Preparation of cod in Norway.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 716-717. 
The Manufacture of klip-fish. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 325-351. F17-144 

Thorsteinson, A.: [Manufacture of klip-fish.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 315-319. 
TroUe, C.: Salting fish in Jutland. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 411-419. F17-133 

Miscellaneous processes. 

Anderssen, Joakim: [Methods of preparing fish for markets.] Report, 1878 (1880), 

p. 47-71. 
Baird, Spencer Fullerton: [Preservation of fish by drying, salting, smoking, etc.] 

Report, 1886 (1889), p. 133-138. 
Bumpus, H. C.: [Preparation of fish as an article of food.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 

vol. XVII, p. 178-179. 
Cobb, John Nathan: [Florida's fishery resources.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 

XVII, p. 349-351. 
[Preparation of fishery products in the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 

(1902), p. 433-434. 
Coker, Robert Ervin: [Preservation of fishery products in Peru.] Bulletin, 1908 

(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 347-354. 
Collins, Joseph William: Report on the fisheries of the Pacific coast of the United 

States. [Frozen, canned, salted, dried fish-products from the whale. Use of 

by-products.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 3-269. 
Day, Francis: [Preparation of fishery products in India.] Report, 1883 (1885), 

. 404 and 408. 
, Edward R.: [Pressing "kyacks" and shore- whaling for finbacks in Maine.] 
Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 312-313. 

Ewart, James Cossar: The preservation of fresh fish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 65-75. F18-536 

Field, Irving A.: Utilized fishes and their relation to the fisheries industries. 
Report and special papers, 1906 (1907), 50 p. Doc. 622 issued Sept. 10, 1907. 

735352 

Ito. K.: Fishery industries of the Island of Hokkaido, Japan. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 342-345. F18-607 

Jennings, Ralph S.: Process of preserving fish. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
336. F18-144 

Kendall, William Converse: How the angler may preserve hie catch. 7 p. Eco- 
nomic Circular 37 issued June 6, 1918. F18-687 

Lawrence-Hamilton, J.: [Fish as cheap food.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 
332-333. 

London, Fish Trades Gazette: [Establishments for utilizing fish products.] Bulle- 
tin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 414-415. 

Malmros, Oscar: Preserving fish in Scotland by the Roosen process. (Dispatch No. 
70 to State department.) Bulletin, 1885 (1887), vol. VI, p. 109-110. F18-550 

Martin Brant's method of preserving fresh fish and other articles of food (by com- 
pressed air). Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 395-397. F18-349 

Moore, Henry Frank: Preserving fish for domestic use. 2 p. Economic Circular 
28 issued May 26, 1917. F17-241 



220 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



[Preserving fish with boric acid.j Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 450. 

Boosen, August B.: [The Roosen process of preserving fish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887) 

vol. VI, p. 307-308. 
Soiling, A.: An improved and practical method of packing fish for transportation. 

Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVII, p. 295-301. Doc. 659 issued February, 1910. 

10-35135 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: The preservation of fishery products for food Bulletin 

1898 (1899), vol. XVII, p. 335-363, pi. Doc. 417 issued Dec. 12, 1899. 

5-5014 
Tower, Ralph Winfred: Improvements in preparing fish for shipment. Bulletin, 

1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 231-235. Doc. 443 issued Sept. 12, 1900. F12-91 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Use of antiseptic preservatives: Roosen process- 

Pursell process.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 354-357. 
Widegren, Hjalmar: On the herring and its preparation as an article of trade. 

Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 183-193. F16-11 

- [Preparing herring and cod for market.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 130-140. 
Wilcox, William A.: Notes on the fishery trade and local fisheries of Porto Rico. Re- 

port, 1899 (1900), p. 1-34 incl. tables. Fll-104 

Refrigeration. 

Clark, A. Howard: Notes on the history of preparing fish for market by freezing 

Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 467-469. F18-632 

Gamgee, John: On artificial refrigeration. Report, 1877 (1879), p. 901-972, illus., 

3 pi. Doc. 26 issued Oct. 29, 1879. F12-237 

Lawrence-Hamilton, J.: [Refrigeration.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 300- 

303. 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Preservation of fishery products by refrigeration and low 

temperature.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 358-388. 

Salting. 

Cobb, John Nathan: Pacific cod fisheries. (Preparing cod for market: p. 63-79.) 

Appendix IV, Report, 1915 (1917), 111 p. Doc 830 issued Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 
Clark, A. Howard: [To prevent fish from reddening.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 79. 
Collins, Joseph William: [Codfish curing in Newfoundland.] Report, 1887 (1891), 

p. 545-546. 
Earll, Bobert Edward: [Dressing cod Methods of salting Preservation of cod 

liver.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 701-704. 
Farlow, William Gibson: Vegetable parasites of codfish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 1-4, illus. F18-521 

- On the nature of the peculiar reddening of codfish during the summer season. 
Report, 1878 (1880), p. 969-974. F20-120 

Friele, M.: [Salting codfish in Norway.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 716-717. 

Hall, Ansley: [Smoked and pickled herring industry of the Passamaquoddy region, 

Maine.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 454-464. 
Lawrence-Hamilton, J.: [Poisoning from red-salted codfish.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 

vol. XIII, p. 326-327. 

- [Bacterial infection of fish by impure preservatives.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 
vol. XIII, p. 326-327. 

[Uses of salt in preserving fishes.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 328- 



329. 

Moser, Jefferson F.: [Salting salmon.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 21. 
Methods of preparing fish bladders for market. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p 

59-63. F18-534 

[Salting and drying the tongues of codfish in Norway.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. 

VI, p. 318-319. 

The salting of herring. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 421-433. F17-134 

Salting roe in Norway. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 410^14. F18-485 

Scudder, Newton Pratt: [Dressing and salting the halibut.] Report, 1880 (1883), 

p. 213-214. 
Smidth, J. K.: Historical observations on the conditions of the fisheries among the 

ancient Greeks and Romans, and on their mode of salting and pickling fish. 

Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. [3]-20. F16-2 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [White-cured herring.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. 

XXII, p. 5-7. 



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Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [The preservation of fishery products by pickling.] 

Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 425-473. _ 
Swan, James G.: [Economical manner of putting up the black cod.] Bulletin, 

1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 232-233. 



Thorsteinson, A.: [Curing cod in Iceland.] Report, 1884 (1886), p. 316-322. 

Kiteley: Some considerations concerning the salting of fish. 



Tressler, Donald 



(Bibliography: p. 55.) Appendix V, Report, 1919 (1921), 54 p. Doc. 884 issued 
Mar. 20, 1920. F20-109 

TroUe, C.: Salting fish in Jutland. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 411^19. F17-133 

Widegren, Hjalmar: On the herring and its preparation as an article of trade. 
Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 183-193. F16-11 

[Preparation of the herring for the trade.] Report, 1878 (1880), p. 130-135. 
[Method of preparing the Baltic codfish for market.] Report, 1878 (1880), p 



139-140. 

Smoking. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Fishery products in the smoked state.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 
vol. XVII, p. 350-351. 

- [Smoking eels caught in Oneida River.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 235-236. 
Collins, Joseph William: Edible qualities of smoked kingfish (S comber omorus 

cavalla Cuv.). Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 359. F18-477 

- Proposition to prepare kingfish by smoking. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 

p. 360. F18-478 

Earll. R. Edward: [Smoking of finnen haddies at Eastport.] Bulletin, 1887 (1889) 
vol. VII, p. 273-274. 

- [Methods of smoking herring.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 
United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. I, pt, VI, p. 473-485. 

Garde, Aug.: Smoking herring in Denmark. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol V, p 
417-422. F18-487 

Ito, K.: [Curing fish in Japan.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 435-437. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Note on the Scotch methods of smoking haddocks Re- 
port, 1901 (1902), p. 269-271. Fll-23 

- [Red herring.] Bulletin, 1902 (1904), p. 4. 

Stevenson, Charles H.: [The preservation of fishery products by smoking.] Bul- 

letin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 474-506. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Salting and smoking eels.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 306. F18-451 

- A practical small smokehouse for fish: How to construct and operate it. (Based 
on experiments by J. B. Southall, United States fisheries biological station, Fair- 
port, Iowa.) 7 p., illus. Economic Circular 27 issued May 17, 1917. F17-184 

Ibid. 8 p., illus. Revised Oct. 25, 1917. F17-264 

Ibid. 12 p., illus. Second revision February, 1918. F18-685 



TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Smoked kingfish.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 
LII LIII. 

NUTRITIVE VALUE. 

American Carp Culture Association: [Edible qualities of carp.] Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 316. 

Atwater, Wilber Olin: Report of progress of an investigation of the chemical com- 
position and economical values of fish and invertebrates used for food. Under- 
taken for the U. S. Fish commission. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 231-285 incl. tables. 

F16-273 

Table illustrative of the nutritive value of fish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884) vol 

IV, p. 203-205. F13-97 

Contributions to the knowledge of the chemical composition and nutritive 

value of American food-fishes and invertebrates. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 433- 
499 incl. tables. Doc. 98^ issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-242 

The chemical composition and nutritive values of food-fishes and aquatic in- 
vertebrates. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 679-868 incl. tables, 9 fold. col. diagr 
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fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt III, p 

256-257. 



222 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Chittenden, Russel Henry, and George Cummins: On the relative digesti- 
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F17-138 

Cole, Leon Jacob: [Food value of the carp.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 604-607. 
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Report, 1885 (1887), p. 271-273. 
Davis, H. B.: Table qualities of carp. Bulletin 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 317-318. 

F18-109 

Dorrance, C.: [Value of shad as food.] Report 1881 (1884), p. 629. 
[Eels consumed in England.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 139-140. 
Field, Irving A.: Sea mussels and dogfish as food. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 

XXVIII, p. 241-257. Doc. 655 issued 1910. 10-35138 
Utilized fish and their relation to the fishing industries. (Dogfish as food: p. 

43-46.) Report and special papers, 1906 (1907), 50 p. Doc. 622 issued Sept. 10, 

1907. 7-35352 

Goode, George Brown: [Food preparations derived from menhaden.] Report, 1877 

(1879), p. 139. 

[The menhaden as a table fish.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 135. 
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Jordan, David Starr: The habits and value for food of the American channel cat- 
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F18-372 
Kendall, William Converse: [Silversides as food fish.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 

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American catfishes. (Food qualities: p. 19-20.) Report and special papers, 

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Kensington, E. T.: Composition of some of the food-fishes. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 74-75. F18-225 

Kenworthy, Charles James: Food qualities of tarpum (Megalops). Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 80. F18-230 

Kostychev, Pavel Andreevich: Chemical composition of fish products, with some 

remarks on their nutritive value. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 1019-1025. F17-149 
Lawrence-Hamilton, J.: Foul fish and filth fevers. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. 

XIII, p. 311-334. Doc. 268 issued 1894. F12-183 

Phillips, Barnet: [Edible qualities of the pole flounder (Gyptocephalus cynoglossus) .] 

Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 317-318. 

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Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Edible qualities of whiting.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 

154-159. 
[Value of catfishes, carp, shad, and bass as food.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. 

XV, p. 394, 395-403, 425, 456-457. 

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Aug. 28, 1917. F17-245 

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TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Sharks utilized for food in South Carolina.] 

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White, George F., and Thomas Adrian: A new method for determination of the 

food value of proteins, with application to Cynoscion regalis. Bulletin, 1912 

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Widegren, Hjalmar: On the herring and its preparation as an article of trade. Re- 
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XXI, p. 169. 



Part 4.- MAMMALS 



223 



Part 4. MAMMALS. 



CONTENTS. 

Page. 

General 225 

Embryology 226 

Industries 226 

Sealing 226 

Whaling 228 

Products 229 

Preservation of products 229 

General 229 

Ambergris 229 

Furs 229 

Oils > 229 

Miscellaneous 229 

Products as food 230 

Legislation 230 

224 



Part 4. MAMMALS. 

GENERAL. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: On specimens received by the Smithsonian Institution 

from the United States Life-saving service [Kogia goodei]. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 

vol. IV, p. 177-178. F13-93 

Brice, John J.: Remarks on the movements and breeding-grounds of the fur-seal, 

based on observations made while on the United States naval patrol of Bering Sea 

in 1894. Report, 1894 (1896), 1 p. 1., p. 573-577. Doc. 317 issued Nov. 7, 1896. 

Fll-192 
Brown, James Temple: Some notes on whales. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, 

p. 411-416. F18-155 

Collins, Joseph William: Adventure with a whale in the River Tay, Scotland. 

Compiled from newspaper clippings. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 213-217. 

\ F18-285 
Elliott, Henry W. : The habits of the fur seal. In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. I, p. 75-113. ^ 
Evermann, Barton Warren: [Notes on mammals noticed in Montana and Wyoming.] 

Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 55-56. 

Fisher, J. G.: [Capture of a young blackfish.] Bulletin, 1885, (1885) vol. V, p. 467. 
Goode, G. Brown: The seals and walruses. In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. I, p. 33-74. 
The whales and porpoises. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. I, p. 7-32. 
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industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. I, p. 15-17. 

Hector, James: [Fur seals of New Zealand.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 53. 

Hinkelmann: Injuries to the fisheries in the Baltic by seals. Bulletin, 1887(1889), 
vol. VII, p. 81-83. F18-643 

Hobbs, James B.: Stranding of a pigmy sperm-whale. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 450. F18-507 

Merriam, C. Hart: [Food of sea lions.] Quoted by Smith. Report, 1902 (1904), 
p. 113-114. 

Milan, Thomas: [Stranding of a finback whale at Mount Desert light station.] Bul- 
letin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 337. 

Osgood, Wilfred Hudson; Edward Alexander Preble; and George Howard 
Parker: The fur seals and other life of the Pribilof Islands, Alaska, in 1914. 
(Bibliography, comp. by Rose M. McDonald : p. 149-167.) Bulletin, 1914 (1915), 
vol. XXXIV, p. 1-172, pi. I-XVIII, 24 maps (part. fold.). Doc. 820 issued 
June 19, 1915. F15-85 

Proctor, A. H.: [Foxing operations of St. George Island: p. 100-102.] In Alaska 
fisheries and fur industries in 1918. Appendix VII, Report, 1918 (1920). 

Butter, Cloudsley; Snodgrass; and Starks: [Report on the sea-lion investiga- 
tions, 1901.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 116-119. 

San Francisco Bulletin: [Destructiveness of sea lions.] Quoted by Smith. Report, 
1902 (1904), p. 111-112. 

Siglin, Zachary T.: [Sea-lions on the coast of Oregon.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 140. 

Slade, Elisha: Dates of the appearance of herring, shad, tautog, scup, frostfish, 
fishhawk, kingfishers, and Greenland seals in Tauton River from 1871 to 1883, 
inclusive. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 478. F18-201 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: First appearance of porpoise. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 
vol. Ill, p. 272. F18-132 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Destructiveness of sea lions.] Report, 1902 (1904), 
p. 111-119. 

Stanley-Brown, Joseph: Past and future of the fur-seal. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 
vol. XIII, p. 361-370. Doc. 273 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

Steineger, Leonhard Hess: The Russian fur-seal islands. Bulletin, 1896 (1896), 
vol. XXVI, 148 p., 66 pi. (partly fold.). Doc. 316 issued Nov. 13, 1896. Fll-354 

Swan, James G.: Report of investigations at Neah Bay, Wash., respecting the 
habits of fur seals of the vicinity, and to arrange for procuring specimens of skele- 
tons of Cetacea. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 201-207. F12-381 

5690 21 15 225 



226 u. s. BUREAU or FISHERIES. 

Tanner, Zera Luther: Occurrence of fur-seals in mid-ocean. Bulletin, 1882 (1883) 
vol. II, p. 216. F18-98 

True, Frederick William: Suggestions to keepers of the U. S. life-saving stations, 
light-houses, and light-ships; and to other observers, relative to the best means 
of collecting and preserving specimens of whales and porpoises. Report, 1883 
(1885), 26 p., XI pi. F Fll-306 

Catalogue of the aquatic mammals exhibited by the United States National 

museum. (At head of title: Great International fisheries exhibition. London 
1883. H.) 22 p. Doc. 74 issued May 9, 1884. F18-390 

The sirenians or sea-cows. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. J884. Sec. I, pt. I, p. 114-136. 

Report of a trip to Long Island in search of skeletons of the right whale, Balaena 

cisartica. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 131-132. F18-387 

Notice of the capture of a male pigmy sperm whale Kogia breviceps at Kittv 

Hawk, North Carolina. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 132-134. F18-388 

Notes on a porpoise of the genus Prodelphinus from the Hawaiian Islands. 

Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol, XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 809-815. Doc. 544 issued Sept. 18, 
1903. Fll-381 

Trumbull, J. Hammond: [Dubertus rhodinsulensis.] Quoted by Goode in The fish- 
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TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Sea-lion rookery.] Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, 
p. 37. 

EMBRYOLOGY. 

Ryder, John Adam: On the development of the mammary glands and genitalia of 
the Cetacea. (Bibliography: p. 141-142.) Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 135- 
142. F18-390 

On the development of the Cetacea, together with a consideration of the prob- 
able homologies of the flukes of Cetaceans and Sirenians. Report, 1885 (1887), 
p. 427-488, III, pi. Fll-297 

INDUSTRIES. 

SEALING. 

Bower, Ward T.: Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1918. Appendix VII, 
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Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1919. Appendix IX, Report, 1919 

(1921), 160 p. Doc. 891 issued Dec. 11, 1920. F12-388 

Bower, Ward T., and Henry D. Aller: Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1914. 
Appendix IX, Report, 1914 (1915), 89 p. Doc. 819 issued Sept. 23, 1915. F12-388 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1915. Appendix III, Report, 1915 (1917), 

140 p. Doc. 834 issued Jan. 6, 1917. F12-388 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1916. Appendix II, Report, 1916 (1917), 

118 p. Doc. 838 issued Aug. 14, 1917. F12-388 

Alaska fisheries and fur industries in 1917. Appendix II, Report, 1917 (1919), 

123 p. Doc. 847 issued Dec. 28, 1918. F12-388 

Clark, A. Howard: The blackfish and porpoise fisheries. In The fisheries and fish- 
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The Pacific walrus fishery. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XVII, p. 311-318. 

The Antarctic fur-seal and sea-elephant industry. In The fisheries and fishery 

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The North- Atlantic seal-fishery. In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XVIII, p. 474-483. 

Cobb, John Nathan: [Seal fishery of the Hawaiian Islands.] Report, 1901 (1902), 
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Cobb, John Nathan, and Howard M. Kutchin: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. 
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Collins, Joseph William: [Fur-seal industry of the Pacific coast of the United 
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Elliott, Henry W.: A monograph of the seal islands of Alaska. Reprinted, with 
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The sea-lion hunt. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 

States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XVIII, p. 467-474. 

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F18-486 
[Porpoise oil.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 415. 



Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Oil from blackfish.] Report, 1902 (1904), p. 209-268. 
Stull, D. C.: [Oil from blackfish.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 91. 
True, Frederick William: [Porpoise oil.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 5. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Cobb, John Nathan: Commercial fisheries of Alaska in 1905. (Miscellaneous 

aquatic animals: p. 33-38.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 46 p. 
Cobb, John Nathan, and Howard M. Kutchin: The fisheries of Alaska in 1906. 

(Miscellaneous aquatic mammals: p. 59.) Report and special papers, 1906 

(1908), 70p. 
Marsh, Millard C., and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1907. 

(Miscellaneous aquatic mammals: p. 59-61.) Report and special papers, 1907 

(1909), 64 p. 
The fisheries of Alaska in 1908. (Miscellaneous aquatic products and resources: 

p. 74-77.) Report and special papers, 1908 (1910), 78 p. 

The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. (Miscellaneous aquatic mammals: p. 58-60.) 



Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 65 p. 
Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Spermaceti.] Report 1902 (1904), p. 244. 
Whalebone: its production and utilization. Report and special papers, 1906 

(1908), 12 p. Doc. 626 issued Oct. 30, 1907. 7-35395 



230 IT. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

PRODUCTS AS FOOD. 

Radcliff e, Lewis: Whales and porpoises as food. (With thirty-two recipes furnished 
by American Pacific Whaling Co., Mrs. Evelene Spencer; Delmonico; chef, 
Neuces hotel, Corpus Christi; Victory kitchen, San Antonio; Gedney's restau- 
rant, San Marcos; and Mrs. Charles S. Smith.) 10 p. Economic Circular 88 
issued Nov. 6, 1918. F18-700, 

Sparks, George L.: [Porpoise as food.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 215. 

Sterling, Williams: [Extract of whale flesh.] Quoted by Stevenson. Bulletin, 
1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 550-551. 

LEGISLATION. 

Brice, John J.: [Law enacted by Bering Sea arbitration tribunal for protection of 

fur seals.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 573. 
Christoffers, H. J. and Lee R. Dice: [Observance of the fur law and regulations: 

p. 122.] In Fishery and fur industries of Alaska in 1912. Report and special 

papers, 1912 (1914), 123 p. 

Protection of whales. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 17-19. F18-7 

Rathbun. Richard: Modus vivendi prohibiting pelagic sealing. Report, 1892 

(1894), p. LXXXIX-XC. 
TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: Laws and regulations relative to fur-seal fishing. 

(Act of Congress approved Dec. 29, 1897.) Report and special papers, 1909 

(1911), 7 p. Doc. 732 issued Mar. 11, 1910. 10-35457 

[Treaty affecting the fur-seals.] Report, 1911 (1913), p. 59-60. 

U. S. President (Wilson): [Proclamation for preservation and protection of fur 

seals.] Quoted in Report, 1913 (1914), p. 72-73. 



Part 5. MISCELLANEOUS VERTEBRATES 



231 



Part 5. MISCELLANEOUS VERTEBRATES. 



CONTENTS 



Page. 

Reptiles and batrachians 233 

Birds 234 

232 



Part 5. MISCELLANEOUS VERTEBRATES. 

REPTILES AND BATRACHIANS. 

Brakeley, JohnH.: Notes on carp and frog culture. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, 
p. 209-216. F18-409 

Chamberlain, Frederick M.: Notes on the edible frogs of the United States and 
their artificial propagation. Report, 1897 (1898), p. 249-261, illus. Doc. 348 
issued Sept. 15, 1897. Also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 249-261, 
illus. 

Clark, H. Walton, and John B. Southail: Fresh- water turtles: a source of meat 
supply. Appendix VII, Report, 1919 (1921), 20 p., VIII pi. Doc. 889 issued 
July 30, 1920. F20-157 

Downman, R. H.: What frogs sometimes eat. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 
392. F18-150 

Dukehart, J. P.: Transfer of soft-shell terrapin from the Ohio to the Potomac River. 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 143. F18-252 

Evennann, Barton Warren: [Annotated list of batrachians collected in Montana 
and Wyoming.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 57-59. 

[Frog-farming.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 339. 

Green, Seth: Frog-culture. Report, 1872 and 1873 (1874), p. 587-588. F15-121 

Hay, William Perry: A revision of Malaclemmys, a genus of turtles. Bulletin, 1904 
(1905), vol. XXIV, p. 3-19, col. front., XII pi. (partly col.). Doc. 557 issued Feb. 
8, 1908. F12-1 

Hay, William Perry, and Henry D. Aller: Artificial propagation of the diamond- 
back terrapin. 14 p., illus. Economic Circular 5 issued June 24, 1913. F13-225 

Artificial propagation of the diamond-back terrapin. 21 p., illus. Economic 

Circular 5, revised, issued Mar. 17, 1917. F17-154 

Japan. Bureau of Agriculture: The [turtle] fisheries of Japan. Bulletin, 1893 
(1894), vol. XIII, p. 421. F12-1S3 

Kirsch, Philip H.: A report upon explorations made in Eel River basin in the north- 
eastern part of Indiana in the summer of 1892. Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 
p. 31-41. Doc. 235 issued Mar. 24, 1894. F12-175 

[Batrachians from the Maumee River basin.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 

p. 333. 

[List of reptiles from the Maumee River basin.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. 



XIV, p. 333. 

McGehee, Montford: [Terrapin culture in North Carolina.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 467. 

Mitsukuri, Kakichi: [The snapping turtle, or soft-shell tortoise, "suppon. "] Bul- 
letin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 260-266, illus., pi. II-III. 

Monroe, Ralph M.: The green turtle, and the possibilities of its protection and con- 
sequent increase on the Florida coast. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 273- 
275. Doc. 380 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Parramore, T. H.: [Diamond-backed terrapin.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 
77-78. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Notes on the alligator industry of Florida.] Bulletin, 
1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 343-345. 

[Terrapin and terrapin fishing in California.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, 

p. 281-282. 

Test, Frederick C.: [Batrachians and reptiles collected in Missouri and Texas in 

1891.] Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 121-122. 
True, Frederick William: The useful aquatic reptiles and batrachians of the United 

States. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. 

Sec. I, pt. II, p. 137-162. Doc. 222 issued Nov. 2, 1893. F12-298 

[The alligator and the crocodile.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. II, p. 141-146. 

[Economic use of alligators.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 

United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. II, p. 146. 

[Tortoises, turtles and terrapins.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 



the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. II, p. 147-158. 

233 



234 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

True, Frederick William: [Economic value of the tortoises, turtles, and terrapins.) 
In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. 
II, p. 148, 149, 151, 152, 153, 154, 157. 

[The bull-frog.] In The fisheries and fishery industries. 1884. Sec. I, pt. II, 

p. 159-162. 

- [Frogs as food.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 
1884. Sec. I, pt. II, p. 160-162. 

The turtle and terrapin fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1887. Sec. V, pt. XVIII, p. 493-503. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Cultivation of the diamond-back terrapin.] Report, 

1914 (1915), p. 67 1915 (1917), p. 35-36. 
Van Denburg, John: [Annotated list of batrachians and reptiles in Columbia River 

basin.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 206-207. 
Wright, A. H.: Frogs: their natural history and utilization. Appendix VI, Report, 

1919 (1921), 44 p., illus., XXII pi. Doc. 888 issued July 29, 1920. F20-156 

BIRDS. 

American birds, animals, and fishes for New Zealanders. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), 
vol. I, p. 53-54. 

Collins, Joseph William: Notes on tne habits and methods of capture of various 
species of sea birds that occur on the fishing banks off the eastern coast of North 
America, and which are used as bait for catching codfish by New England fisher- 
men. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 311-338, pi. F16-311 

Fisher, Walter Kenrick: Birds of Laysan and the Leeward Islands, Hawaiian group. 
Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, part III, p. 767-807, col. front., illus., 10 pi. 
Doc. 543 issued Sept. 18, 1903. Fll-379 

Hanna, G. Dallas: [Birds of Pribilof Islands: p. 105-107.] In Alaska fisheries and 
fur industries in 1918. Appendix V, Report, 1918 (1920). 

Harvie-Brown, J. A.: On the migration of birds in the spring and autumn of 1884. 
Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 221-224. F18-412 

Slade, Elisha: Dates of the appearance of herring, shad, bass, tautog, scup, fish- 
hawk, kingfishers, and Greenland seals in Tauton River from 1871 to 1883, inclu- 
sive. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 478. F18-201 

[White herons eat their weight.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 341. 



Part 6. MOLLUSCA 



Section 1. OYSTERS 

Section 2. MOLLUSKS (NOT INCLUDING OYSTERS) 



235 



Part 6. MOLLUSCA. 
Section 1. OYSTERS. 



CONTENTS. 



Bibliographies 


Page. 
238 


Culture Continued . 




General 


238 


Europe Continued. 


Page. 


Physiology 


238 


France 


247 


Nutrition 


238 


Germany 


247 


Growth 


238 


Holland 


247 


Food . . . 


238 


Italy 


248 


Environmental factors. . 


239 


Netherlands 


248 


Currents and tides . . 


239 


Norway . . ... 


248 


Density 


239 


Portugal 


248 


Oxygen requirements .... 


239 


Spain 


248 


Salinity 


239 


Mediterranean 


248 


Temperature 


240 


Baltic 


248 


Pathology and pathological condi- 




Japan 


248 


tions . . 


240 


Oceanica 


248 


Diseases and pests 


240 


Hawaii 


248 


Mortality 


240 


New Zealand 


248 


Pollution 


240 


Acclimatization . . 


248 


Enemies 


240 


Fisheries 


249 


Abnormal coloration 


241 


General 


249 


Green 


241 


United States 


249 


Red . 


242 


Alabama 


249 


Embryology 


242 


Alaska 


249 


Anatomy 


243 


California 


249 


Culture 


243 


Connecticut. 


250 


General 


243 


Delaware 


250 


United States 


244 


Florida 


250 


General 


244 


Louisiana 


250 


Alabama 


244 


Maryland 


250 


Alaska. 


244 


Massach usetts 


251 


California. . 


244 


Mississippi 


251 


Connecticut 


244 


New Jersey 


251 


Delaware 


244 


New York 


251 


Florida 


244 


North Carolina 


251 


Georgia 


245 


Rhode Island 


251 


Louisiana 


245 


South Carolina 


251 


Maryland 


245 


Texas 


251 


Massachusetts 


245 


Virginia 


251 


Mississippi. . . 


245 


Washington 


252 


New Jersey 


245 


Atlantic coast ... 


252 


New York 


245 


Middle Atlantic 


252 


North Carolina 


246 


New England 


252 


Rhode Island 


246 


Pacific coast 


252 


South Carolina. 


246 


Chesapeake Bay 


252 


Texas 


246 


Europe 


252 


Virginia 


246 


France 


252 


Washington 


246 


Italy 


253 


Pacific coast 


246 


Norway 


253 


Europe 


247 


Methods 


253 


General 


247 


Preparation and value as food 


253 


Belgium 


247 


Laws and legislation 


253 


England.. 


247 







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238 u. s. BUREAU or FISHERIES. 

BIBLIOGRAPHIES. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: A bibliography of publications in the English language 

relative to oysters and the oyster industries. Report, 1892 (1894), p. 305-359. 

Doc. 286 issued Dec. 26, 1894., F14-57 
[Chronological list of publications relative to the oyster industry of Maryland.] 

Bulletin, 1892 (1894), vol. XII, p. 296-297. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [List of important works on oysters published 

during 1883.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. XC-XCII. 

GENERAL. 

Ingersoll, Ernest, and John Adam Ryder: Natural history of economic mol- 
lusks of the United States. In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 
States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. IV, p. 687-758, pi. 253-259. Doc. 223 issued Nov. 16, 
1893. F12-291 

Moser, Jefferson F.: [Description of oyster banks.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. CLXX. 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Report on the invertebrate animals of Vineyard Sound 
and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features of the region. 
Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 295-778, XXXVIII pi. F15-102 

PHYSIOLOGY. 
NUTRITION. 

Mitchell, Philip Henry: Nutrition of oysters, glycogen formation and storage. 
Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 153-161. Doc. 851 issued Apr. 11, 1917. 

F17-248 

The nature of the so-called "fattening" of oysters. Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), 

vol. XXXV, p. 477-483. Doc. 860 issued Mar. 13, 1918. F18-514 

GROWTH. 

Churchill, E. P.: [Growth of the oyster.] Appendix VIII, Report, 1919 (1921), 

p. 14. 
Oflaser, O. C.: [Observations and experiments on the growth of the oyster.] Report, 

1903 (1905), p. 329-341, incl. tables, fold. map. 

Mobius, Karl: [Size of shell of full grown oyster.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 715. 
Moore, Henry Frank: [Rate of growth of the oyster.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 274- 

275; also In Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 274-275. 

[Rate of growth of Louisiana oysters.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 89-90. 

[Anatomy, embryology, and growth of the oyster.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 

317-327, incl. tables, illus., pis. 
Ryder, John Adam: Journal of operations on the grounds of the Eastern Shore 

oyster company, Chincoteague Bay, near Stockton, Md., during the summer of 

1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 43^7. F18-210 
The rate or growth of oysters at St. Jeromes Creek station. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 129-131. F18-386 

FOOD. 

Churchill, E, P.: [Food of the oyster.] Appendix VIII, Report, 1919 (1921), p. 19, 35. 

Dean. Bashford: [Food of the South Carolina oyster.] Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol X, 
p.' 345-350. 

Everman, Barton Warren: [Experiments in oyster fattening at Lynnhaven, Va.] 
Report, 1904 (1905). p. 81. 

Grave, Caswell: [Oyster food in North Carolina waters.] Report, 1903 (1905), 
p. 283-292. 

Lotsey, Johannes Paulus: The food of oysters, clams, and ribbed mussels. Report, 
1893 (1895), p. 375-385, illus. Doc. 313 issued 1896. 6^4419 

Mitchell, Philip Henry, and Raymond L. Barney: The occurrence in Virginia 
of green-gilled oysters similar to those of Marennes. (Bibliography: p. 149.) 
Bulletin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV. p. 137-149. Doc. 850 issued Aug. 11, 1917. 

F17-247 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Food for oysters.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 
278-279. 

[Food of the oyster.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 286-288; also in Manual of fish- 
culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 286-288. 

Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Food of the oyster: 



p. 68-81.) Report, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. 
Volumetric studies of the food and feeding of oysters. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), 



vol. XXVIII, p. 1295-1308, pi. CXXV, diagrs. Doc. 719 issued 1910. 10-35650 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 239 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 
bottoms of Mississippi Sound, Alabama. (Food: p. 53-54.) Report and special 
papers, 1911 (1913), 61 p. Doc. 769 issued Mar. 15, 1913. F13-48 

Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren bottoms of Mis- 
sissippi east of Biloxi. (Food: p. 32-33.) Report and special papers, 1911 
(1913), 41 p., VI pi., fold. map. Doc. 774issued May 16, 1913. F13-72 

Moore, Henry Frank, and T. E. B. Pope: Oyster-culture experiments and in- 
vestigations in Louisiana. (Food: p. 43.) Report and special papers, 1908 (1910), 
52 p., VIII pi. Doc. 731 issued Mail 14, 1910. 10-35661 

Ryder, John Adam: Answers to questions about fattening oysters. Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 416. 

[On what does the oyster feed?] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 409-410. 

[Food of the fry and spat.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 387. 

Smeltz, H. A.: [Food of the oyster.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 307. 

Winslow, Francis: [Food of the embryo.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 755-756. 

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS. 

Churchill, E. P.: [Factors of environment.] Appendix VIII, Report, 1919 (1921), 
p. 14. 

CURRENTS AND TIDES. 

Haskell, E. E.: [Report upon the current observations in Long Island Sound.] 

Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 116-118. 
Moore, Henry Frank: [Currents and tides an important factor in oyster culture.] 

Report, 1897 (1898), p. 284-285; also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 

284-285. 
Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Tides and currents: p. 

51-55.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. Doc. 610 issued 

Mar. 6, 1907. 7-35165 
Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds of Delaware. (Tides and 

currents: p. 27.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 29 p. Doc. 745 issued 

Feb. 10, 1911. Fll-76 

Swift, Franklin: [Currents of Apalachicola Bay.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 200. 
Winslow, Francis: [Currents necessary to successful oyster culture.] Report, 1882 

(1884), p. 752. 

DENSITY. 

Dean, Bashford: [Density of water prevents spat from settling.] Bulletin, 1890 

(1892), vol. X, p. 340-344. 
Moore, Henry Frank: [Physical factors in the oyster problem.] Bulletin, 1897 

(1898), vol. XVII, p. 276-277. 

[Required density in oyster culture.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 281-283; also 
in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 281-283. 

Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Density: p. 57-61.) Re- 
port and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. 

Netherlands Zoological Station: [Tabular statement of density and temperature 
of water in the eastern Scheldt.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 1024-1027. 

Ryder, John Adam: [Necessary density of water in oyster culture.] Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 19. 

[Relation of density to hygiana of the oyster.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 386. 
Swift, Franklin: [Density of Apalachicola Bay.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 199-200. 
Winslow, Francis: [Effect of density upon formation of the generative fluids.] 

Report, 1882 (1884), p. 751-752. 

OXYGEN REQUIREMENTS. 

Verrill, Addison Emory: How long will oysters live out of water? Bulletin, 1885 
(1885), vol. V, p. 161-162. F18-396 

Winslow, Francis: [Aeration.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 753. 

SALINITY. 

Dean, Bashford: [Density, important factor in oyster culture ] Bulletin 1891 
; . (1893), vol. XI, p. 359, 365, 367, 371, 382, 390, 402. 

Mobius, Karl: [Salinity of water on the coast of Schleswig-Holstein.] Bulletin. 
1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 216-217. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds of Dela- 
ware. (Salinity: p. 27.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 29 p. fold, 
map. Doc. 745 issued Feb. 10, 1911. Fll-76 



240 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 
bottoms of Mississippi Sound, Alabama. (Salinity: p. 52.) Report and special 
papers, 1911 (1913), 61 p. Doc. 769 issued Mar. 15, 1913. F13-48 

Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren bottoms of Mis- 
sissippi east of Biloxi. (Salinity: p. 30-32.) Report and special papers, 1911 
(1913), 41 p., VI pi., fold. map. Doc. 774 issued May 16, 1913. F13-72 

Moore, Henry Frank, and Ernest Danglade: Condition and extent of the natu- 
ral oyster beds and barren bottoms of Lavaca Bay, Texas. (Salinity: p. 39-40.) 
Appeddix II, Report, 1914 (1915), 45 p. Doc. 809 issued Feb. 13,1915. F15-15 

Moore, Henry Fiank, and T. E. B. Pope: Oyster-culture experiments and inves- 
tigations in Louisiana. (Salinity: p. 14, 17, 27, 36, 41.) Report and special 
paper, 1908 (1910), 52 p., VIII pi. Doc. 731 issued May 14, 1910. 10-35661 

Ryder, John Adam: [Necessary salinity of water in oyster culture.] Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 19. 

TEMPERATURE. 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Physical characters of the Gulf States favorable to oyster 
culture.] Bulletin, 1897 (3898), vol. XVII, p. 277. 

[Temperature an important factor in oyster culture.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 

280-281, also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 280-281. 

Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Temperature: p. 55-56.) 

Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. Doc. 610 issued Mar. 
6, 1907. 7-35165 

Moore, Henry Frank, and Ernest Danglade: Condition and extent of the natu- 
ral oyster beds and barren bottoms of Lavaca Bay, Texas. (Temperature: p. 
39-40.) Appendix II, Report, 1914 (1915), 45 p. Doc. 809 issued Feb. 13, 
1915. F15-15 

Rasch, H. H.: [Cause of the high temperature of Oyster Lake, Norway.] Report, 
1880 (1883), p. 1040-1042. 

Ryder, John Adam: [Influence of temperature in oyster culture.] Report, 1885 
(1887), p. 387. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Temperature of water of San Francisco Bay.] Re- 
port, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 345-348. 
- [Temperature of Willapa Bay.] Report, 1895 (1896), p. 198-199. 

Winslow, Francis: [Effect of temperature in oyster culture.] Report, 1882 (1884), 
p. 749-751. 

PATHOLOGY AND PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS. 

DISEASES AND PESTS. 

Ryder, John Adam: [Notice of a parasite or commensal of the oyster, with remarks 
on its distribution.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p.' 292-293. 

MORTALITY. 

Hall, Ansley: [Fermentation injurious to oysters of New Jersey.] Report, 1892 

(1894), p. 476. 
Rathbun, R.: [Mortality of oysters in Galveston Bay.] Report, 1893 (1895), p 23-26. 

POLLUTION. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Contamination of oysters at Great South Bay, Long 
Island.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 112-113. 

Fuller, Cabel Allen: The distribution of sewage in the waters of Narragansett Bay, 
with special reference to the contamination of the oyster beds. (Bibliography: 
p. 236-238.) Report, 1904 (1905), p. 189-238. Doc. 569 issued May 10, 1905. 

Mitchell, Philip Henry: The effect of water-gas tar on oysters. Bulletin, 1912 
(1913), vol. XXXII, p. 199-206. Doc. 786 issued Feb. 18, 1914- F14-6 

ENEMIES. 

Churchill, E . P.: [Protection against enemies.] Appendix VIII, Report, 1919 (1921;, 
p. 36. 

Collins, J. W.: [Unfavorable conditions, enemies, etc., of the oysters of Connecti- 
cut.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 482-485. 

Danglade, Ernest: The flatworm as an enemy of Florida oysters. Appendix V, 
Report, 1918 (1920), 8 p., II pi. Doc. 869 issued June 20, 1919. F19-30 

Dean, Bashford: [Messmates and enemies.] Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 351- 
352. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 241 

Depredations to oyster beds by starfish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 138. 

F18-247 

Garman, Samuel: Protecting the oyster beds from starfish depredations. Bulle- 
tin, 1885 (1835), vol. V, p. 127-129. F18-385 

Grave, Caswell: [Bucephalus an enemy of oysters.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 270- 
271. 

Hall, Ansley: [Enemies of the oyster.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. 476. 

Haussei, A. E.: [Enemies of the oyster; crabs, murex periwinkle, rays, shrimp, 
starfish, seaworm.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 978-981. 

Hoek, P. P. C.: [Occurrence of the "drill" (Murex) in oysters imported into the 
Netherlands.] Report, 1880 (1883), 1021-1023. 

Horst, B.: [Actiniae, a possible enemy of the oyster.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 
p. 165-166. 

Martin, S. J.: [Starfish depredations.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 77. 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Enemies of oysters.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 279. 

[Enemies of oysters.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 288-291; also in Manual of fish- 
culture rev. ed.,"l900, p. 289-291. 

[Destructive agencies. The conch, drumfish, ray, stone crab, boring sponge, 

bonng clam, algae.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 91-95. 

Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Enemies of the oyster: 

p. 63-68.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. Dec. 610 
issued Mar. 6, 1907. 7 r 35165 

Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds of Delaware. (Enemies: p. 

28-29 ) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 29 p. Doc. 745 issued Feb. 10, 
1911. Fll-76 

Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren bottoms of Missis- 
sippi Sound, Alabama. (Enemies: p. 54-56.) Report and special papers, 1911 
(1913), 61 p. Doc. 769 issued Mar. 15, 1913. F13-48 

Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren bottoms of 

Mississippi east of Biloxi. (Enemies: p. 33-34.) Report and special papers, 
1911 (1913), 41 p., VI pi., fold. map. Doc. 774 issued May 16, 1913. F13-72 

Moore, Henry Prank, and Ernest Danglade: Condition and extent of the natural 
oyster beds and barren bottoms of Lavaca Bay, Texas. (Enemies: p. 41-42.) 
Appendix II, Report, 1914 (1915), 45 p. Doc. 809 issued Feb. 13, 1915. F15-15 

Moore, Henry Prank, and T. E. B. Pope: Oyster culture experiments and 
investigations in Louisiana. (Porpura: p. 23-27.) Report and special papers. 
1908 (1910), 52 p., VIII pi. Doc. 731 issued May 14, 1910. 10-35661 

Bathbun, Richard: [Injury to oyster beds by drills and starfish.] Report, 1888-89 
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" .njury to oyster beds in Long Island Sound by starfish.] Report, 1889-1891 



(1893), p. 112-115. 

Benaud, J.: [Protecting oysters from their enemies.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 936- 941. 
Bowe, Henry C.: [Enemies of the oyster.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 275. 
Buge, John G.: [Enemies of oysters.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 293. 
Byder, John Adam: [Enemies of oysters.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 289. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Enemies of the oysters in Louisiana.] Report, 1898 

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[Inquiry regarding destruction of oysters by drumfish.] Report, 1902 (1904), 

p. 123-124. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Enemies of the oyster: sting ray, drill, starfish.] 

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U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Oyster enemies.] Report, 1911 (1913), p. 20. 

ABNORMAL COLORATION. 
GREEN. 

Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprian Victor: [Green oysters of Marenne.] Report, 
1880 (1883), p. 834-845. 

Dean, Bashford: [Greening oysters in claires.] Bulletin, 1890 (1892\ vol. X, p. 378- 
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Grave, Caswell: [Greengill oysters in Goose Creek Bay, N. C.] Report, 1903 (1905), 
p. 274-275. 

Hall, Ansley: [Green oysters in New Jersey in 1892.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. 487-489. 

Hausser, A. E.: [Cause of green oysters in Morbihan.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 987- 
988. 

Mitchell, Philip Henry, and Baymond L. Barney: The occurrence in Virginia of 
green-gilled oysters similar to those of Marennes. (Bibliography: p. 149.) Bul- 
letin, 1915-16^(1918), p. 135-150. Doc. 850 issued Aug. 11, 1917. F17-247 

5690 21 16 



242 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Green color of oysters.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 337; also in 
Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 337. 

Nelson, Julius: [Cause of viridity of New Jersey oysters.] Quoted by Hall. Report, 
1892 (1894), p. 489-490. 

PuysSgur, M., and John A. Ryder: [On the cause of the greening of oysters, by 
M. Puysegur, with a supplementary note on the coloration of the blood-cor- 
puscles of the oyster, by John A. Ryder.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 793-805. 

Ryder, John Adam: [Cause of green coloration.] Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, 
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[Popular delusion regarding green-gilled oysters.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), 

vol. Ill, p. 294. 

[Green oysters.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 420-421. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Green-gill oysters of the Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 
1898 (1899), p. CXXVII-CXXVIII. 

RED. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Perideniurn as a possible cause.] Report, 1898 (1899), 

EMBRYOLOGY. 

Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: Report relative to the generation and artificial 
fecundation of oysters, addressed to the minister of the marine and the colonies. 
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F12-366 

On the sexuality of the common oyster (0. edulis) and that of the Portuguese 

oyster (0. angulata). Artificial fecundation of the Portuguese oyster. (Tr. by 
John A. Ryder.) Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 339-341. F12-367 

Report on the artificial fecundation and generation of oysters. Bulletin, 




;, Rutger: A contribution to our knowledge of the development of the oyster 
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17, illus. F12-355 



1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 223-240, pi. II-V. F18-584 

Brooks, " 

1897 

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vol. X, p. 352. 
Hoek, Paulus Peronius Cato: Researches on the generative organs of the oyster 

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Comparative examination of cultivated and uncultivated oysters, with a view 

to determine the number which, during the first year, took part in reproduction. 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 193-196. 
Horst, R ' 

(Ostn 

167, ' 

The development of the oyster (Ostrea edulis L.). Report, 1884 (1886), p. 891- 

911, II pi. F17-136 

Huxley, Thomas H.: [Embryonic development of the oyster.] Quoted by Moore. 

Report, 1897 (1898), p. 272-273; also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, 

p. 272-273. 
Laurent, Pierre: [Report on experiments at fecundation.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 228-240. 
Mobius, Karl August: [Reproduction of the oyster.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 692- 

696. 
Moore, Henry Frank: [Reproduction and development of the oyster.] Report, 

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[Anatomy, embryology, and growth of the oyster.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 317- 

327 incl. tables, illus., pis. 
Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. (Spawug of the 

oyster: p. 81-82.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. 

Doc. 610 issued Mar. 6, 1907. 7-35165 

Ryder, John Adam: Notes on the breeding, food, and green color of the oyster. 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 403-419. F12-339 

The microscopic sexual characteristics of the American, Portuguese, and 

common ovster of Europe compared. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 205-215. 

F12-358 

On mode of fixation of the fry of the oyster. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 

p. 383-397, illus. F12-376 

Rearing oysters from artificially fertilized eggs, together with notes on pond 

culture. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 281-294. F18-137 

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ANATOMY 

Brooks and Ryder: [Anatomy of the oyster.] Quoted by Moore. Report, 1897 
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Ryder, John A.: Preliminary notice of some points in the minute anatomy of the 

oyster. Bulletin, 1882 ,.(1883), vol. II, p. 135-137. F12-352 

The microscopic characteristics of the American, Portuguese, and common 

edible oyster of Europe compared. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 205-215. 

F12-358 

Note on the organ of Bojanus in Ostrea virginica Gmelin. Bulletin, 1882 

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CULTURE. 

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Brooks, W. K.: On the artificial propagation and cultivation of oysters in floats. 

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Buch, S. A.: Oyster-culture as seen at the London fisheries exposition. Report, 

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Fraiche, Felix: A practical guide to oyster-culture, and methods of rearing and 

multiplying edible marine animals. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 753-824, illus. 

F16-281 
Hall, Ansley: Notes on the oyster industry of New Jersey. Report, 1892 (1894), p. 

463-528. F14-44 

Horst, R.: The development of the oyster (Ostrea edulis L.). Report, 1884 (1886), 

p. 891-911. F17-136 

Mather, F.: [Oyster culture in a wooden tank.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 466. 
Mitchell, P. H.: Nutrition of oysters; glycogen formation and storage. Bulletin, 

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Nutrition of oysters; the nature of the so-called "fattening" of oysters. Bul- 
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Mobius, Karl: The oyster and oyster-culture. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 683-751, 

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Moore, Henry Frank: Oysters and methods of oyster-culture. Report, 1897 (1898), 

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Pierce,H. H.: Some of the difficulties which confront oyster breeders. Bulletin, 

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Ryder, John Adam: Notes on the breeding, food, and green color of the oyster. 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 403-419. F12-329 

On the mode of fixation of the fry of the oyster. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. 

II, p. 383-387, illus. F12-376 

Rearing oysters from artificially fertilized eggs, together with notes on pond 

culture. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 281-294. F18-137 

On a new form of filter or diaphragm to be used in the culture of oysters in 

ponds. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 17-31. F13-78 

Floats for the so-called fattening of oysters. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV. p. 

302-304. F18-320 

[An account of experiments in oyster-culture and observations relating thereto 

(second series).] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 763-778. 

An exposition of the principles of a rational system of oyster-culture, together 

with an account of a new and practicable method of obtaining oyster spat in a 
scale of commercial importance. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 381-423, IV pi. Doc. 
104 issued Sept. 1, 1886. Fll-249 



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Ryder, John Adam, and R. M. Bache: On apparatus for collecting oyster spat. 
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Solomon, John I.: A process for preserving the pearl-oyster fisheries and for increas- 
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Winslow, Francis: Memorandum of the present condition and future needs of the 
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Notes upon oyster experiments in 1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

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UNITED STATES*. 

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Broca, P. de: [Oyster culture in the United States.] Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 

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pi. Doc. 890 issued Oct. 12, 1920. F20-167 

Rathbun, Richard: [Production of seed oysters.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CVI. 

ALABAMA. 

Delchamps, John J.: [Notes respecting oysters of Mobile Bay and sound in Mobile 

County, Alabama.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 339. 
Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 

bottoms of Mississippi Sound. Alabama. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 

61 p., illus., V pi., fold, chart. Doc. 769 issued Mar. 15, 1913. F13-48 

Ritter, Homer P.: Report of a reconnoissance of the oyster beds of Mobile Bay and 

Mississippi Sound, Alabama. Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 325-340, pi. 

36-63 (partly fold.). Doc. 305 issued Apr. 11, 1896. F12-247 

ALASKA. 

Stearns, R. E. C.: Transportation of clams and oysters. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 
IV, p. 219-220. F18-289 

CALIFORNIA. 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: Report upon certan investigations relating to the planting 

of oysters in southern California. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol IX, p. 95-98, pi. 

31-34 (partly fold.). Doc. 153 issued July 11, 1891. F12-141 

Moore, H. F.: [Eastern oysters on the Pacific coast.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 120-121. 
Rathbun, Richard: [Introduction of oysters in San Francisco Bay.] Report, 1888 

(1892), p. LV. 

[Oyster investigation, San Francisco Bay.] Report, 1889 (1893), p. 107-108. 

Stearns, R. E. C.: Transportation of clams and oysters. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 219-220. F18-289 

CONNECTICUT. 

Rowe, Henry C.: Deep-water oyster culture. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 
273-276. Doc. 264 issued June 9, ^ 1894. F12-183 

Winslow, Francis: Report of experiments in the artificial propagation of oysters, 
conducted at Beaufort, N. C., and Fair Haven, Conn., in 1882. Report, 1882 
(1884), p. 741-761, pi. F16-320 

DELAWARE. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds of Delaware. 
Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 29 p., fold. map. Doc. 745 issued Feb. 10, 
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FLORIDA. 

Detwiler, John Y.: [Experimental oyster culture.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 
XVII, p. 311. 

Poincy, J. W. de: Description of a fish-trap and oyster basin. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 134. F18-389 

Smeltz, H. A.: The oyster bars of the west coast of Florida, their depletion and 
restoration. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 305-308. Doc. 385 issued Aug. 
8, 1898. F12-110 

Swift, Franklin: The oyster-grounds of the west Florida coast: their extent, condi- 
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Swift, Franklin: Report of a. survey of the oyster regions of St. Vincent Sound, 
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GEORGIA. 

Oexnler, A. : The past, present, and future of the oyster industry of Georgia. Bulletin 
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LOUISIANA. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Report on the oyster beds of Louisiana. Report, 1898 (1899), 
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Moore, Henry Frank, and T. E. B. Pope: Oyster culture experiments and 
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Pierce, H. H.: Some of the difficulties which confront oyster breeders. Bulletin, 
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Havenel, William de Chastignier: [Results of oyster experiments at St. Jerome in 
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214; 1885 (1887), p. 165-183; 1886 (1889), p. 765-777. 

Ryder, John Adam: Journal of operations on the grounds of the Eastern Shore 
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Report respecting the present condition and future prospects at St. Jerome 

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Stevenson, Charles Hugh: The oyster industry of Maryland. (Historical notes; 
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p. LXV; 1885 (1887), p. C; 1886 (1889), p. XXXIX. 
I, William Maxwell: Report of operations at Sail 



Wood, William Maxwell: Report of operations at Saint Jerome station, in laying 
out oyster ponds, by steamer Fish Hawk, Report, 1883 (1885), p. 1153-1156, 
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MASSACHUSETTS. 

Gunnison, James W.: [Oyster culture in northern Massachusetts.] Bulletin, 1885 

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MISSISSIPPI. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 
bottoms of Mississippi east of Biloxi. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 
41 p., pi., fold. map. Doc. 774 issued May 16, 1913. ' F12-72 

NEW JERSEY 

Hall, Ansley: Notes on the oyster industry of New Jersey. Report, 1892 (1894), p. 

463-528 incl. tables. Doc. 291 issued Dec. 19, 1894. F14-44 

Ryder, John A.: [Experiments in oyster culture at Sea Island City.] Report, 1893 

(1895), p. 26-28. 

NEW YORK. 

Blackford, Eugene G.: Report on an oyster investigation in New York with the 
steamer Lookout. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 157-163. F17-143 

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Winslow, Francis: Report of experiments in the artificial propagation of oysters, 
conducted at Beaufort, N. C., and Fair Haven, Conn., in 1882. Report, 1882 
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RHODE ISLAND. 

Pettis, Robert: [The time of spawning of oysters in Rhode Island.] Bulletin, 1885 
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SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Battle, John D.: An investigation of the coast waters of South Carolina, with refer- 
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Doc. 199 issued Nov. 2, 1892. F12-118 

Dean, Bashford: The physical and biological characteristics of the natural oyster 
grounds of South Carolina. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 335-361, pi. LXII- 
LXVIII. Doc. 202 issued Dec. 19,1892. ' F12-121 

TEXAS. 

Kibbe, I. P.: Oysters and oyster culture in Texas. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, 

p. 313-314. Doc. 387 issued 1898. F12-110 

Moore, B. V.: [Proposed oyster planting in a salt lake in Texas.] Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 73. 
Moore, Henry Frank: Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. Report 

and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., XIII pi., fold. map. Doc. 610 issued Mar. 

6, 1907. 7-35165 

Moore, Henry Frank, and Ernest Danglade: Condition and extent of the natural 

oyster beds and barren bottoms cf Lavaca Bay, Texas. Appendix II, Report, 

1914 (1915), 45 p. Doc. 809 issued Feb. 13, 1915. F15-15 

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VIRGINIA. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Oyster fattening experiments at Lynnhaven.] 

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Smith, Hugh M. : [Report on oyster fattening experiments at Lynnhaven.] Report, 

1897 (1898 p).. CIII; 1898, (1899), p. CXXV; 1899 (1900), p. CXXXI-CXXXIL 

1900 (1901), p. 119; 1901 (1902), p. 121-122; 1902 (1904), p. 120-123; 1903 (1905), 
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p. 9; 1909 (1911), p. 13; 1910 (1911), p. 16. 

WASHINGTON. 



p. 
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PACIFIC COAST. 



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EUROPE. 

GENERAL. 

Dean, Bashford: Report on the European methods of oyster culture. Bulletin, 

1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 357-406, illus., pi. LXXV-LXXXVIII. Doc. 214 issued 

. July 14, 1893. F12-156 

[European methods of oyster culture.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 30-32. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Proposed study of European oyster culture.] Report, 1889- 
1891 (1893), p. 124-125. 

BELGIUM. 

Dean, Bashford: [Oyster culture in Belgium.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, 
p. 389-392. 

ENGLAND. 

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FRANCE. 

Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: Report to the minister of marine relative to oyster 

culture upon the shores of the British channel and the ocean. (Tr. by Marshall 

McDonald.) Report, 1882 (1884), p. 673-724. F16-309 

Brocchi, Paul: Report on the condition of oyster culture in France in 1881. Report 

1882 (1884), p. 725-739. F16-310 
Report on the condition of oyster culture in France in 1881. Bulletin, 1884 

(1884), vol. IV, p. 97-111. F13-86 

Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprien Victor: Report on the oyster and mussel 

industry of France and Italy. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 825-883, XIII pi. 

F16-277 
Dean, Bashford: Report on the present methods of oyster culture in France. (List 

of works relating to French oyster culture; p. 385-388.) Bulletin, 1890 (1892) 

vol. X, p. 363-388, illus., pi. LXVIII-LXXVIII. Doc. 203 issued Dec. 19, 1892. 

F12-122 
De Bon: Report on the condition of oyster culture in 1875, preceded by a report 

to the minister of marine and the colonies. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 885-906. 

F 16-278 
Fraiche, Felix: A practical guide to oyster culture, and the methods of rearing and 

multiplying edible marine animals. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 753-824, illus. 

F16-281 
Hausser, A. E.: Oyster culture in Morbihan. A report prepared in the name of 

the commission of the competitive exhibition of Vannes. Report. 1880 (1883) 

p. 943-999, illus. F16-286 

Mobius, Karl August: [Oyster culture in France.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 698-707, 

illus. 
Rathbun, Richard: [French methods of oyster culture.] Report, 1892 (1894), 

p. CXXI-CXXIII. 
Renaud, J.: An account of the Portuguese and French oysters cultivated in the Bay 

of Arcachou. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 931-941, illus. F16-304 

GERMANY. 

Borne, Max von dem: [Canadian oysters planted in the Baltic.] Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 261. 
Dean, Bashford: [Oyster culture in Germany.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 

370-380, illus. 
Mobius, Karl August: How can the cultivation of the oyster, especially on the 

German coasts, be made permanently profitable? Report, 1877 (1879), p 875- 

884. F16-124 
Report on planting Canadian oysters, near the island of Aaroe, in the Little Belt, 

November 6, 1884. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 257-260. F18-427 

Rumpff, Carl: The oyster as a popular article of food in North America. Bulletin, 

1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 356-358. F18-333 

HOLLAND. 

Dean, Bashford: [Oyster culture in Holland.] Bulletin, 3891 (1893), vol XI p 

381-388. 



248 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

ITALY. 

Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: A report on oyster culture in the Mediterranean 

Report, 3.880 (1883), p. 907-930. F16-275 

Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprien Victor: [Artificial oyster beds of Lake 

Tusaro.] Eeport, 1880 (1883), p. 825-834. 
Dean, Bashford: [Oyster culture in Italy.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XT. p. 358- 

366. 
Ninni, Alexander P.: Fish and oyster culture in the province of Venice. Bulletin 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 177-186. F18-567 

NETHERLANDS. 

Hoek, Paulus Peronius Cato: Oyster cultivation in the Netherlands. Report, 
1880 (1883), p. 1029-1035. F16-287 

Nederlandsche Comm. voor het Zooligsch. Station: Results of the investiga- 
tions relative to the oyster and its cultivation at the end of the first year of these 
investigations. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 1001-1027. Fl 6-297 

NORWAY. 

Rasch, Halvor Heyerdahl: On the reason for an extraordinarily rich production 
of oysters in a natural basin. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 1037-1043. F16-294 

PORTUGAL. 

Dean, Bashford: [Oyster culture in Portugal.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 
366-370. 

SPAIN. 

Dean, Bashford: [Oyster culture in Spain.] Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 366- 
370. 

MEDITERRANEAN. 

Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: A report on oyster culture in the Mediterranean. 
Report, 1880 (1883), p. 907-930. F16-275 

BALTIC. 

Mobius, Karl August: On experiments, begun in 1880, to plant American oysters 
in the western Baltic, and the usefulness of continuing these experiments, with 
the aid of the German fishery association. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 213- 
217. F12-383 

JAPAN. 

Dean, Bashford: Japanese oyster culture. Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 

17-38, illus., pi. 3-7. Doc. 512 issued Feb. 17, 1903. F12-56 

Mitsukuri, Kakichi: [Cultivation of the oyster in Japan.] Bulletin, 1904 (1905), 

vol. XXIV, p. 278-284, illus. XI pi. 

OCEANICA. 

HAWAII. 

Colburn, John F.: [Oyster' culture in Hawaii.] Quoted by J. F. Moser. Report, 
1897 (1898), p. CLXX. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Sneed, William: [Oyster culture in New Zealand.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 213. 

ACCLIMATIZATION. 

Collins, Joseph William: [First attempt at planting oysters on the Pacific coast.] 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 154-155. 
Mobius, Karl: Report on planting Canadian oysters near the island of Aaroe, in the 

Little Belt, November 6, 1884. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 257-260. 

F18-427 



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Townsend, Charles Haskins: Report of observations respecting the oyster resources 
and oyster fishery of the Pacific coast of the United States. Report, 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 343-372, pi. II-XI (part. fold.). Doc. 217 issued Nov. 13, 1893. 

F16-84 

The transplanting of eastern oysters to Willapa Bay, Washington, with notes 

on the native oyster industry. Report, 1895 (1896), p. 193-202, pi. Doc. 334 
issued Jan. 6, 1897. Fll-197 

Washburn, F. L.: [Observations on transplanted eastern oysters.] Quoted by H. M. 
Smith. Report, 1898 (1899), p. CXXVI-CXXVII. 

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GENERAL. 

G-oode, G-. Brown: The oyster industry of the world. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 468-469. F18-363 

Verrill, Addison Emory: How long will oysters live out of water? Bulletin, 1885 
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UNITED STATES. 

Broca, P. de: On the oyster industries of the United States. Report, 1873-74 and 

1874-75 (1876), p. 271-319. F16-17 

Churchill, E. P.: The oyster and the oyster industry of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. 

(Bibliography: p. 50.) Appendix VIII, Report, 1919 (1921), 51 p., illus., 

XXIX pi. Doc. 890 issued Oct. 12, 1920. F20-167 

Ingersoll, Ernest: The oyster, scallop, clam, mussel, and abalone industries. 

In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 

2, pt. XX, p. 505-626. 
Moore, Henry Frank: Some factors in the oyster problem. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 

vol. XVII, p. 275-284. Doc. 381 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Bathbun, Richard: [Oyster industry of the Atlantic coast.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 

p. LIX-LXV. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Oyster fishery of the United States.] Report. 1892 

(1894), p. CLXXVIII-CLXXX. 

[Inquiries and experiments relative to the oyster fisheries.] Report, 1897 

(1898), p. CIII-CV. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Origin and extent of export of oysters from the United 

States.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 515-519. 
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1913 (1914), p. 27-28. 

[U. S. oyster industry.] Report, (1913), p. 7-23; 1913 (1914), p. 40-49. 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Value of the oyster fisheries of the United 

States.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. VII-VIII. 

ALABAMA. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 
bottoms of Mississippi Sound, Alabama. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 
61 p., illus., V pi., fold, chart. Doc. 769 issued Mar. 15, 1913. F13-48 

Bitter, Homer P.: Report of a reconnoissance of the oyster beds of Mobile Bay 
and Mississippi Sound, Alabama. Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 325-339, pi. 
56-63 (partly fold.). Doc. 305 issued Apr. 11, 1896. F12-247 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Survey of the natural oyster beds of Alabama.] 
Report, 1911 (1912), p. 19. 

ALASKA. 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1909. 
(Rock oyster: p. 53.) Report and special papers, 1909 (1911), 58 p. Doc. 730 
issued Apr. 20, 1910. 7-35263 

CALIFORNIA. 

Gilbert, Charles Henry: Report upon certain investigations relating to the planting 
of oysters in southern California. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 95-98, pi. 
31-34 (partly fold.). Doc. 153 issued July 11, 1891. F12-141 



250 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: Report of observations respecting the oyster re- 
sources and oyster fishery of the Pacific coast of the United States. Report, 
1889-189] (1893), p. 343-372, pi. 2-11 (partly fold.). Doc. 217 issued Nov. 13, 1893. 

F16-84 

[Eastern oysters in San Francisco Bay.] Report, 1900 (1901), p. 179. 

Wilcox, William A.: [Oyster fisheries of San Francisco.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 
206-208. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Collins, J. W.: Notes on the oyster fishery of Connecticut. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), 
vol. IX, p. 461-497, pi. CLIX-CLXVI. Doc. 169 issued Aug. 27, 1891. F12-155 

DELAWARE. 

Moore, Henry Prank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds of Delaware. 

Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 29 p., fold. map. Doc. 745 issued Feb. 10, 

1911. Fll-76 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Survey of the natural oyster beds.] Report, 1911 

(1913), p. 18-19. 
Winslow, Francis: Memorandum of the present condition and future needs of the 

oyster industry. Bulletin, 1884 (18847, vol. IV, p. 233-234. F13-101 

FLORIDA. 

Collins, Joseph William: [Pensacola oyster fishery.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 302-303. 
Danglade, Ernest: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 

bottoms in the vicinity of Apalachicola, Fla. Appendix V, Report, 1916 (1917), 

68 p. incl. tables, VII pi., fold, chart, Doc. 841 issued Mar. 22, 1917. F17-156 
Detwiler, John Y.: Notes on the fishing industry of eastern Florida. Bulletin, 1897 

(1898), vol. XVII, p. 309-312. Doc. 885 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Rathbun, Richard: [Oyster fisheries of Apalachicola Bay.] Report, 1896 (1898), 

p. 105-109. 
Huge, John G.: The oysters and oyster beds of Florida. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 

XVII, p. 289-296. Doc. 383 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Smith, Hugh M.: [Oyster fisheries of Biscayne Bay.] Report, 1895 (1896), p. 178- 

179. 
Swift, Franklin: Report of a survey of the oyster regions of St. Vincent Sound, 

Apalachicola Bay, and St. George Sound, Florida. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 187- 

221. Doc. 343 issued 1897. Fl 1-178 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Oyster industry.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 278-281. 

[Notes on the oyster fisheries of Florida.] Report, 1899 (1900), p. 227. 
Wilcox, W. A.: [Oyster industry of Indian River.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 256-257. 

LOUISIANA. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Report on the oyster beds of Louisiana. Report, 1898 (1899), 
p. 45-100, pi. 3. Doc. 402 issued Mar. 22, 1899. Fll-114 

Moore, Henry Frank, and T. E. B. Pope: Oyster-culture experiments and 
investigations in Louisiana. Report and special papers, 1908 (1910), 52 p., 
VIII pi. Doc. 731 issued May 14, 1910. 10-35661 

Smith, H. M.: [Oyster investigations in Louisiana.] Report, 1898 (1899), p. 
cixiII-CXXV. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Oyster fisheries of Louisiana.] Report, 1899 (1900), 
p. 145-147. 

TJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Louisiana oyster work.] Report, 1908 (1910), 

Zacharie, F. C.: The Louisiana oyster industry. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, 
p. 297-304. Doc. 384 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

MARYLAND. 

Ryder, John Adam: Journal of operations on the grounds of the Eastern Shore 
oyster company, Chincoteague Bay, near Stockton, Md., during the summer of 
1883. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 43-47. F18-210 

>fV 



Stevenson, C. H.: The oyster industry of Maryland. (Chronological list of publica- 
tions relative to the oyster industry of Maryland: p. 296-297.) Bulletin, 1892 
(1894), vol. XII, p. 203-297, pi. LVI-LXXI. Doc. 227 issued Feb. 28, 1894. 

F12 165 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 

Wilcox. W. A.: [Oyster industry of Taunton River.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 136-137. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the natural oyster beds and barren 
bottoms of Mississippi east of Biloxi. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 
41 p., VI pi., fold. map. Doc. 774 issued May 16, 1913. F13-72 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Survey of the natural oyster beds of Mississippi.] 
Report, 1911 (1913), p. 19. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Hall, Ansley: Notes on the oyster industry of New Jersey. Report, 1892 (1894), p. 
463-528 incl. tables. Doc. 291 issued Dec. 19, 1894. F14-44 

NEW YORK. 

Blackford. Eugene C.: Report of the work in an oyster investigation with the 

steamer Lookout. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 52-57. F18-378 

ReDort on an ovster investigation in New York with the steamer Lookout. 



Report, 1885 (1887), p. 157-163. F17-143 

Rathbun, Richard: [Oyster investigation on Long Island Sound.] Report, 1889- 

1891 (1893), p. 110-115. 
U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Investigation of oyster beds in New York 

waters.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. (1. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [Report on investigations in oyster planting and cul- 
ture.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 83-84. 

Grave, Caswell: Investigations for the promotion of the oyster industry of North 
Carolina. (Contend. Investigations for the promotion of the oyster industry of 
North Carolina, by C. Grave. Anatomy, embryology, and growth of the oyster, 
by H. F. Moore. Observations and experiments on the growth of the oysters, 
by O. C. Glaser.) Report, 1903 (1905), p. 247-341, XI pi., fold. map. Doc. 556 
issued Feb. 2, 1905. Fll-12 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Survey of the oyster beds of North Carolina.] Report, 
1900 (1901), p. 119. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Oyster fisheries of Rhode Island in 1902.] Report, 
1904 (1905), p. 314. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Battle, John D.: An investigation of the coast waters of South Carolina with refer- 
ence to oyster-culture. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 303-330, pi. LIV-LX. 
Doc. 199 issued Nov. 2, 1892. F12-118 

Dean, Bashford: The physical and biological characteristics of the natural oyster 
grounds of South Carolina. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 335-361. Doc. 202 
issued Dec. 19, 1892. F12-121 

Rathbun, Richard: [Oyster resources of South Carolina.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), 
p. 120-122. 

TEXAS. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Survey of oyster bottoms in Matagorda Bay, Texas. Report 
and special papers, 1905 (1907), 86 p., pi., chart. Doc. 610 'issued Mar. 6, 1907. 

7-35165 

Moore, Henry Frank, and Ernest Danglade: Condition and extent of the natural 
oyster beds and barren bottoms of Lavaca Bay, Texas. Appendix II, Report, 
1914 (1915), 45 p., V pi., fold, chart. Doc. 809 issued Feb. 13, 1915. F15-15 

Stevenson, C. H. : [Oyster industry of Texas.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 386-390. 

VIRGINIA. 

Edmonds, Richard H.: Review of the oyster industry of Virginia. In The fisheries 
and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. XI, p. 464-473. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Condition and extent of the oyster beds of the James River, 
Virginia. Report and special papers, 1909 (1911), 83 p., 2 fold, charts. Doc. 729 
issued Jan. 20, 1910. 10-35064 



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Rathbun, Richard: [Delineation of public oyster grounds bv Virginia. 1 Report 

1892 (1894), p. CV-CVI. 
Smith, Hugh McCorxnick: [Oyster fisheries of Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 1889- 

1891 (1893), p. 184-188. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Oyster fisheries of Virginia.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 

p. 349-351. 

WASHINGTON. 

Collins, Joseph W.: [Oyster industry of Shoalwater Bay.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 
p. 238-239. 
- [Oyster fishery of Puget Sound.] Report, 1888-89 (1891), p. 267-268. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: Report of observations respecting the oyster resources 
and oyster fishery of the Pacific coast of the United States. Report, 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 343-372. Doc. 217 issued Nov. 13, 1893. F16-84 

The transplanting of eastern oysters to Willapa Bay, Washington, with notes 
of the native oyster industry. Report, 1895 (1896), p. 193-202. Doc. 334 issued 
Jan. 6, 1897. ' Fll-197 

Wilcox, William: [Oyster industry of Willapa Bay.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 285-286. 

[Notes on the oyster fisheries of Washington in 1895.] Report, 1896 (1898), 

p. 602. 

ATLANTIC COAST. 

McDonald, Marshall: [Work in the interest of the oyster industry of the Atlantic 
coast.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 4-5. 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Oyster fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States.] Bul- 
letin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 453-455. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fisheries of the Middle Atlantic States 
for 1904. (Oysters: p. 27, 50, 61, 84, 117.) Report and special papery 1905 (1907). 

NEW ENGLAND. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Oyster industry of New England.] Report, 1894 (1896), 

p. 133-137. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Statistics of the fisheries of the New England States for 

1905. (Oysters: p. 82 and 91.) Report and special papers, 1906 (1908). 
[Oyster industry of New England States.] Report, 1911 (1913), p. 28-33. 

PACIFIC COAST. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Report upon the inquiry respecting oyster fisheries of the 
Pacific coast.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 29-30. 

Townsend, Charles Haskins: Report of observations respecting the oyster re- 
sources and oyster fishery of the Pacific coast of the United States. Report, 
1889-1891 (1893), p. 343-372. Doc. 217 issued Nov. 13, 1894. F16-84 

Wilcox, William A.: The commercial fisheries of the Pacific Coast States in 1904. 
(Oysters: p. 16-18.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 74 p. Doc. 612 issued 
Feb. 25, 1907. 7-35100 

CHESAPEAKE BAY. 

Rathbun, Richard: [Oyster resources of Maryland and Virginia.] Report, 1889- 

1891 (1893), p. 122-124. 

[Oyster investigations in Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 1892 (1894), p. CIII-CVI. 

[Oyster investigations, Chesapeake Bay.] Report, 1893 (1895), p. 22-23. 

Winslow, Francis: Memorandum of the present condition and future needs of the 

oyster industry. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 233-234. F13-101 

EUROPE. 

FRANCE. 

Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprien Victor: Report on the oyster and mussel 
industries of France and Italy. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 825-883, XIII pi. 

Fl 6-277 

Dean, Bashford: [European methods of oyster culture.] Quoted by Rathbun. 
Report, 1893 (1895), p. 30-32. 



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ITALY. 



Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprien Victor: Report on the oyster and mussel 
industries of France and Italy. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 825-883, XIII pi. 

F16-277 



NORWAY. 

Kiaer, A. N.: [Norwegian oyster fisheries for 1885.] Report, 1886 (1889), p. 1058. 
[Oyster fisheries of Schleswig-Holstein.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 689-692, illus. 
Strom, Boye: [Oyster fisheries of Norway from 1879 to 1883.] Report, 1885 (1887), 

p. 317. 
Ynlen, Gerhard von: [Oyster fisheries of the Lan of Goteborg and Bonus in the year 

1877.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 749. 

METHODS. 

Mobius, Karl August: [Dredge nets.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 689, illus. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on an improved form of oyster tongs. Bulletin, 
1889 (1891), vol. XI, p. 161-163. Doc. 158 issued June 16, 1891. F12-146 

PREPARATION AND VALUE AS FOOD. 

Atwater, Wilbur Olin: Report of progress of an investigation of the chemical com- 
position and economic values of fish and invertebrates used as food. Undertaken 
for the United States Fish commission. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 231-285 incl. 
tables. F16-273 

The chemical composition and nutritive value of food-fishes and aquatic inver- 
tebrates. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 679-868. Doc. 185 issued June 2, 1892. 

Agr. 3-567 

Churchill, E. P.: [Canning oysters.] Appendix VIII, Report, 1919 (1921), p. 46-48. 

Mobius, Karl August: [Chemical constituents and the flavor of the oyster.] Re- 
port, 1880 (1883), p. 732-738. 

Moore, Henry Frank: Oysters: the food that has not "gone up. " A little of their 
history and how to cook them. 16 p. Economic Circular 18 issued Aug. 26, 1915. 

F15-.88 

Rowe, Henry C.: The wholesomeness of oysters as food. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. 
XXVIII, p. 259-267. Doc. 656 issued 1910. 10-35134 

Huge, John G.: [Oysters, oldest of food.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 289- 
290. 
- [Earliest records of canning.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 289-296. 

Rumpflf, Carl: The oyster as a popular article of food in North America. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 356-358. F18-333 

Ryder, John Adam: [Analysis of the Portuguese and common oyster.] Bulletin, 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 338. 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Nature of "fat" oysters.] Report, 1918 (1920), p. 26. 

Variation in nutritive value of oysters.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 456. 

LAWS AND LEGISLATION. 

Broca, P. de: [Laws concerning oyster plantations in the states.] Report, 1873-74 
and 1874-75 (1876), p. 299-302. 

California Laws, Statutes, etc.: [An act to encourage the planting and cultiva- 
tion of oysters.] Quoted by Townsend. Report, 1889-1891, (1893), p. 365. 

Collins, Joseph William: [Oyster legislation of Connecticut.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), 
vol. IX, p. 491-497. 

Florida Laws, Statutes, etc.: [Extracts from the Florida State law in regard to 
oysters and the oyster fishery.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 220-221. 

Hall, Ansley: [Acts relative to the oyster industry of New Jersey.] Report, 1892 
(1894), p. 498-505. 

Massachusetts Laws and Statutes: [Bill authorizing inquiries respecting the 
destruction of oysters by starfish, etc.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 407 

Moore, Henry Frank: [Oyster legislation and its enforcement.] Bulletin, 1897 
(1898), vol. XVII, p. 279-284. 

Moore, Henry Frank, and T. E. B. Pope: Oyster culture experiments and inves- 
tigations in Louisiana. (Legislation in 1902: p. 3-5.) Report and special papers, 
1908 (1910). Doc. 731 issued May 14, 1910. 10-35661 



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Oemler, A.: The past, present, and future of the oyster industry of Georgia. Bul- 
letin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 263-272. Doc. 264 issued June, 1894. F12-183 

Huge, John G.: [Means of protecting the natural and artificial beds.] Bulletin, 
1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 295-296. 

Stevenson, Charles H.: [Oyster laws operative in Texas.] Report, 1889-1891 
(1893), p. 391-392. 

IT. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Advance in oyster legislation.] Report, 1905 
(1907), p. 19. 

Washington Laws, Statutes, etc.: [The oyster laws of Washington.] Quoted by 
Townsend. Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 371. 

Zacharie, F. C.: [Protecting the Louisiana oyster.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 
XVII, p. 297-304. 



Part 6. MOLLUSCA Continued. 
Section 2. MOLLUSKS (NOT INCLUDING OYSTERS). 



CONTENTS. 



General 

Habits 

Physiology 

Nutrition 

Food 

Growth 

Environmental factors 

Pathology and pathological condi- 
tions 

Mortality 

Parasites 

Embryology 

Anatomy 

Culture 

Clams 

Mussels 

Snails 

Fisheries 

United States 

\balone 

Clams 

Mussels 

Pearl 

Scallop 

Squid 

Europe 

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Buttons 260 

Shellfish as food 260 

Miscellaneous 260 

Clams 260 

Mussels 260 

Scallops 260 

Squid 260 

Geographical distribution 260 

United States 260 

General 260 

Arkansas 261 

California 261 

Illinois 261 

Indiana 261 

Maine 261 

Massachusetts 262 

Minnesota 262 

Missouri 262 

New York 262 

Oklahoma 262 

Tennessee 262 

Texas 262 

Rivers 262 

PortoRico 262 

Hawaiian Islands 262 



GENERAL. 



Collins, J. W.: A large squid. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 15. F18-206 

Sigerfoos, Charles Peter: Natural history, organization, and late development of 
the Teredinidse, or shipworms. Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 191-231, 
pis. VII-XXI. Doc. 639 issued Dec. 18, 1908. 8-35783 

Some notes on American shipworms. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 

189-191. Doc. 369 issued 1898. F12-110 

Wright, H.: [American clams in England.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 131. 

HABITS. 

Coker, B. E., A. F. Shira, H. W. Clark, and A. D. Howard: [Habits of fresh- 
water mussels, p. 81]. Bulletin, 1919-20 (192-), vol XXXVII. 

Sigerfoos, Charles Peter: Natural history, organization, and late development of 
the Teredinidse, or ship worms. Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 191-231, 
pis. VII-XXI. Doc. 639 issued Dec. 18, 1908. 8-35783 

Simpson, Charles Torrey: The pearly fresh-water mussels of the United States; 
their habits, enemies, and diseases, with suggestions for their protection. Bulle- 
tin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 279-288, illus. Doc. 413 issued Nov. 1, 1899. 

F 12-99 
PHYSIOLOGY. 

Grave, Benjamin Harrison: Anatomy and physiology of the wing-shell Atrina 
rigida. (Bibliography: p. 437-438.) Bulletin, 1909 (1911), vol. XXIX, p. 409- 
439, illus., pi. XXVIII-L. Doc. 744 issued May 4, 1911. Fll-156 

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256 17. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 



NUTRITION. 

FOOD. 

Coker, R. E., A. F. Shira, H. W. Clark, and A. D. Howard: [Food of mussels 

p. 87.] Bulletin, 1919-20 (192-), Vol. XXXVII. 

Field, Irving A.: [Food of mussels.] Bulletin, 1909 (1911), vol. XXIX, p. 92-95. 
Lotsey, Johannes Paulus: Food of the oyster, clam, and ribbed mussel. Report, 

1893 (1895), p. 375-386. Doc. 313 issued 1896. 6-44419 

GROWTH. 

Coker, R. E., A. F. Shira, H. W. Clark, and A. D. Howard: [Growth and for- 
mation of mussel shells, p. 125.] Bulletin, 1919-20 (192-), vol. XXXVII. 

Isley, Frederick B.: Experimental study of the growth and migration of fresh-water 
mussels. Appendix III, Report, 1913 (1914), 24 p., illus., Ill pi. Doc. 792 
issued July 23, 1914. F14-60 

Kellogg, James Lawrence: [Conditions governing existence and growth of the soft 
clam (My a arenaria}.} Report, 1903 (1905), p. 195-224, illus., pis. 

Ryder, John Adam: On the rate of growth of the common clam, and on a mode of 
obtaining the young of the giant clams of the Pacific coast for the purpose of trans- 
planting. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 174-177. F18-397 

ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS. 

Mitchell, Philip Henry: The oxygen requirements of shellfish. Bulletin, 1912 
(1913), vol. XXXII, p. 207-222." Doc. 787 issued Feb. 18, 1914. F14-7 

PATHOLOGY AND PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS. 

Harding, Charles W.: The utilization of localities in Norfolk and Suffolk suitable 
for the cultivation of mussels and other shellfish. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, 
p. 83-89. F12-348 

Ryder. John Adams: On the green coloration of the gills and palps of the clam 
( Mya arenaria). Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 181-185. F18-400 

Simpson, C. T.: The pearly fresh- water mussels of the United States; their habits, 
enemies, and diseases, with suggestions for their protection. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 279-288, illus. Doc. 413 issued Nov. 1, 1899. F12-99 

MORTALITY. 

Nightingale, Harold W.: Concerning the mortality of the soft clams at Essex, Mass. 
4 p., illus. Economic Circular 16 issued Apr. 8, 1915. F15-43 

PARASITES. 

Coker, R. E., A. F. Shira, H. W. Clark, and A. D. Howard: [Parasites and ene- 
mies of mussels, p. 121.] Bulletin, 919-20 (192-), vol. XXXVII. 
Smith, H. M.: [Parasites of the scallop.]' Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 318. 

EMBRYOLOGY. 

Kellogg, James Lawrence: Observations on the life history of the common clam, 
Mya arenaria. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 193-202, illus. Doc. 440 
issued Aug. 29, 1900. F14-132 

A contribution to our knowledge of the morphology of lamellibranchiate mol- 

lusks. (List of papers cited: p. 429.) Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 389-436, 
pi. LXXIX-XCIV. Doc. 204 issued Dec. 19, 1892. F12-123 

Koons, Benjamin Franklin: Planting Irish shells Helix aspersa Muller at 
Woods Hole, Mass. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 87. F18-234 

Lefevre, George, and Winterton Conway Curtis: Experiments in the artificial 
propagation of fresh- water mussels. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 615- 
626. Doc. 671 issued 1910. 10-35435 

Studies on the reproduction and artificial propagation of fresh-water mussels. 

(Bibliography: p. 195-197.) Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 105-201, illus., 
pi. VI-X VII. Doc. 756 issued May 10, 1912. F12-106 

Ryder, J. A.: [Discovery of the byssus in Mya arenaria.} Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 
CII. 

[Development of the squid.] Report, 1888 (1891), p. 516. 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 257 

ANATOMY. 

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sels, p. 167.] Bulletin, 1919-20 (192-), vol. XXXVII. 

Grave, Benjamin Harrison: Anatomy and physiology of the wing-shell Atrina rigida. 
(Bibliography: p. 437-439.) Bulletin, 1909 (1911), vol. XXIX, p. 409-439, 
illus., pi. XLVni-L. Doc. 744 issued May 4, 1911. Fll-156 

Kellogg, James Lawrence: A contribution to our knowledge of the morphology of 
lamellibranchiate mollusks. (List of papers cited: p. 429.) Bulletin, 1890 
(1892), vol. X, p. 389-436. Doc.. 204 issued Dec. 19, 1892. F12-123 

CULTURE. 

Hessell, Rudolph: Artificial culture of medicinal leeches and of species of Helix 
Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 264-265. F18-51 

Mitsukuri, Kakichi: [Culture of haigai, agemaki, jimegi, tairagai, bakagai, and 
namako in Japan.] Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 284-288. 

Yaeger, B. S.: [Shellfish wanted in Utah.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 468. 

CLAMS. 

Detwiler. John Y.: [Propagation of the soft clam.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol 

XVII, p. 311. 

Hall, A.: [Inception of clam culture at Essex, Mass.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 139-140. 
Kellogg, James Lawrence: Observations on the life history of the common clam, 

Mya arenaria. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 193-202, illus. Doc. 440 issued 

Aug. 29, 1900. F14-132 
The clam problem and clam culture. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 

39-44, pi. 13 (fold.). Doc. 432 issued Aug. 29, 1900. F12-44 

Ryder, John Adam: On the rate of growth of the common clam, and on a mode 

of obtaining the young of the giant clams of the Pacific coast for the purpose of 

transplanting. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 174-176. F18-397 

Stearns, Robert Edward Carter: Suggestions for transplanting clams from the 

Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 20-21. F18-60 
[Description of the Stearns tank for the transportation of clams from the 

Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic.] Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 353-362. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Notes on clam culture.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 339-340; 

also in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900. p. 339-340. 

MUSSELS. 

Coker, R. E., A. F. Shira, H. W. Clark, and A. D. Howard: The natural history 
and propagation of fresh-water mussels. (Bibliography, p . 176) . Bulletin, 1919-20 
(192 ), vol. XXXVII, p. 75-181, illus., pi. V-XXI. Doc. 893 issued 1921. 

Harding, Charles W.: The utilization of localities in Norfolk and Suffolk suitable 
for the cultivation of mussels and other shellfish. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 
83-89. F12-348 

Howard, A. D.: Experiments in propagation of fresh- water mussels of the Quadrula 
group. Appendix IV, Report, 1913 (1914), 52 p. Doc. 801 issued Oct. 17, 1914. 

F14-105 

Lefevre, George, and Winterton Conway Curtis: Experiments in the artificial 
propagation of fresh-water mussels. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 615- 
626. Doc. 671 issued 1910. 10-35435 

Studies on the reproduction and artificial propagation of fresh-water mussels. 

(Bibliography: p. 195-197.) Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 105-201, illus., 
pi. VI-XVII. Doc. 756 issued May 10, 1912. F12-106 

Nansouty, Max de: [Mussel (Mytilus edulis) culture in France.] Bulletin, 1886 
(1887), vol. VI, p. 131-132. 

Surber, Thaddeus: Notes on the natural hosts of fresh- water mussels. Bulletin, 
1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 101-116, pi. XXIX-XXXI. Doc. 778 issued June 28, 
1913. F13-218 

Identification of the glochidia of fresh-water mussels. Report and special 

papers, 1912 (1914), 10 p., Ill pi. Doc. 771 issued 1914. F13-35 

Identification of the glochidia of fresh- water mussels. Appendix V, Report, 



1914 (1915), 9 p., pi. Doc. 813 issued Mar. 11, 1915. F15-31 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Pearl-mussel investigations.] Report, 1908 (1910), 
p. 8-9; 1909 (1911); p. 13-14; 1910 (1911), p. 16-17; 1911 (1913), p. 20; 1912 (1914\ 
p. 56-57; 1913 (1914), p. 28. 
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U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Propagation of fresh-water mussels.] Report, 1912 
(1914), p. 56; 1915 (1917), p. 32-33: 1916 (1917), p. 33; 1917 (1919), p. 78-79: 1918 
(1920), p. 17-18. 

SNAILS. 

Hessel, Rudolph: Culture of edible snails. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 166. 

F18-262 
FISHERIES. 

UNITED STATES. 

Winslow, Francis: Catalogue of the economic Mollusca and apparatus and appliances 
used in their capture and preparation for market, exhibited by the U. S. National 
museum. [Great International fisheries exhibition, London, 1883, u S 1883.1 
86 p. Doc. 57 issued June 14, 1883. ' F12-293 

ABALONE. 

Ingersoll, Ernest: The abalone fishery. In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XX, p. 622-626. 

Wilcox, William A.: [Abalone fishery in California.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 570-572. 

The commercial fisheries of the Pacific Coast States for 1904. (Abalone: p. 

18-19.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907), 74 p. Doc. 612 issued Feb. 25, 
1907. ' 7-35100 

CLAMS. 

Ingersoll, Ernest: The clam fisheries. In The fisheries and fishery industries of 
the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XX, p. 581-615. 

Kellogg, J. L.: The clam problem and clam culture. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. 
XIX, p. 39-44, pi. 13. Doc. 432 issued Aug. 29, 1900. F12-44 

Moore, C. B.: Introduction of clams into Delaware Bay. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 426. F18-493 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report of the special commission for the investigation 
of the lobster and the soft-shell clam. ( Contents. I. General account of the lob- 
ster and clam investigations, by H. M. Smith. II. Experiments in lobster rear- 
ing, by G. H. Sherwood. III. The causes of death in artificially reared lobster 
fry, by F. P. Gorham. IV. Conditions governing the existence and growth of the 
soft clam, Mya arenaria, by J. L. Kellogg.) Report, 1903 (1905), p. 139-224, pi. 
I-X. Doc. 554 issued Jan. 21, 1905. Fll-10 

MUSSELS. 

Coker, Robert Ervin: The protection of fresh-water mussels. Report and special 

papers, 1912 (1914), 23 p., II pi. Doc. 793 issued Feb. 7, 1914. F14^12 
Fresh-water mussels and mussel industries of the United States. Bulletin, 

1917-1918 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 13-89, XLVI pi., fold, chart. Doc. 865 issued 

Oct. 25, 1919. F19-40 

Coker, B. E., and J. B. Southall: Mussel resources in tributaries of the upper Mis- 
souri River. (With description of shell found in the James River at Huron, S. 

Dak., July 27, 1913.) Appendix IV, Report, 1914 (1915), 17 p. incl. map, pi. 

Doc. 812 issued Mar. 20, 1915. F15-18 

Danglade, Ernest: Condition of the mussel fishery of the Illinois River in 1912. 

4 p. Economic Circular 2 issued Sept. 20, 1912. F12-281 

Danglade, Ernest, and John A. Eldridge: The mussel resources of the Illinois 

River, by Ernest Danglade. The mussel fishery of the Fox River, by John A. 

Eldridge. Appendixes VI and VII, Report, 1913 (1914), 48 p., 8 p., illus., VI pi. 

Doc. 804 issmd Sept. 30, 1914. F14-103 

Ingersoll, Ernest: Mollusks in general. In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. IV, p. 683-710. 
[Mussel fisherv.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 

1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XX, p. 615-622. 
Kunz, George F.: [Extermination of the mollusks.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. 

XVII, p. 328-330. 
Shira, Austin F.: The mussel fisheries of Caddo Lake and Cypress and Sulpher 

rivers of Texas and Louisiana. 10 p. Economic Circular 6 issued Dec. 10, 1913. 

Fl 3-217 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The mussel fishery of the Mississippi River.] Bulletin, 

1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 292-303, illus. 



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Smith, H. M.: Fresh-water mussels. A valuable national resource without sufficient 
protection. 5 p. Economic Circular 43 issued Feb. 12, 1919. F19-2 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of fresh-water mussel fishery of the Missis- 
sippi River and its western tributaries from Kansas northward in 1914.] Report, 
1916 (1917), p. 50-57. 

[Fresh-water mussel fishery.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 25-34; 1915 (1917), 
p. 63-70; 1916 (1917), p. 50-57. 

PEARL. 

Alexander, Alvin Burton: [Pearl fishery.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 764. 

Bouchon-Brandely, Germain: The pearl fisheries of Tahiti. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 292-294. F18-445 

Pearls and mother-of-pearl at Tahiti and Tuamotu Archipelago. Report, 1885 

(1887), p. 353-377. F17-145 

Griffin, G. W.: The pearl fisheries of Australia. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 
p. 433-435. F18-624 

Kunz, George Frederick: On pearls, and the utilization and application of the 
shells in which they are found in ornamental arts, as shown at the world's Colum- 
bian exposition. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 439-457, pi. 18-40 (part. col.). 
Doc. 278 issued 1894. F12-183 

A brief history of the gathering of fresh-water pearls in the United States. 

Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 321-330. Doc. 389 issued 1898. F12-110 

The fresh-water pearls and pearl fisheries of the United States. Bulletin, 

1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 375-426, illus., XXII pi. (incl. col. front.). Doc. 397 
issued Oct. 11, 1898. F15-12 

Solomon, John I.: A process for preserving the pearl-oyster fisheries and for increas- 
ing the value of the yield of pearls. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, illus., 
p. 305-313. 10-35154 

[Utilizing the X-ray for preserving the pearl-oyster fisheries.] Bulletin, 1908 



(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 307-313. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Pearl fisherv of the Tuamotu Archipelago.] Report, 

1900(1901), p. 181-182. 
Report upon the pearl fishery of the Gulf of California. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), 

vol. IX, p. 91-94, pi. 28-30. Doc. 152 issued July 11, 1891. F12-140 

Weber, Max William Carl: Pearls and pearl fisheries. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 321-328. F18-602 

SCALLOP. 

Schmidt, Waldo L.; E. C. Johnston; E. P. Bankin; and Edward Driscoll: Survey 
of the fishing grounds on the coast of Washington and Oregon in 1914. (Scallops: 
p. 26-27.) Appendix VII, Report, 1914 (1915), 30 p. Doc. 817 issued June 8, 
191.5. F15-86 

Slade, Elisha: [Abundance of scallops.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 89. 




coast. 5 p., illus. Economic Circular 7 issued Jan. 28, 1914. F14-3 

SQUID. 

Wilcox, William A.: The commercial fisheries of the Pacific Coast States. (Squid: 
p. 19-20.) Report and special papers, 1905 (1907). 

EUROPE. 

Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprien Victor: Report on the oyster and mussel 
industries of France and Italy. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 825-883, CIII pi. 

F16-277 
LEGISLATION FOR MUSSELS. 

Coker, Robert Ervin: The protection of fresh-wate? mussels. Report and special 
papers, 1912 (1914), 23 p., pi. Doc. 793 issued Feb. 7, 1914. F14-12 

Kunz, George F.: [Nation and State protection for mussels.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 
vol. XVII, p. 330. 

Simpson^ C. T.: The pearly fresh- water mussels of the United States; their habits, 
enemies, and diseases, with suggestions for their protection. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 279-288, illus. Doc. 413 issued Nov. 1, 1899. F12-99 



260 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

PRODUCTS. 
BUTTONS. 

Coker, Robert Ervin: Fresh-water mussels and mussel industries of the United 
States. Bulletin, 1917-18 (3921), vol. XXXVI, p. 13-89, illus., XLVI pi. (1 col.), 
fold, chart. Doc. 865 issued Oct. 25, 1919. F19-49 

Kunz, George F.: [Utilization of unic shells for buttons.] Bulletin, 3897 (3898), 
vol. XVII. p. 327, 425-426. 

Smith, Hugh McCorrnick: The mussel fishery and pearl-button industry of the 
Mississippi River. Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 289-314, illus., pi. 65-85. 
Doc. 414 issued Oct. 26, 1899. F12-100 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the pearl-button industry of the United 
States.] Report, 1914 (1915), p. 31-35. 

SHELLFISH AS FOOD. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Stearns, Robert Edward Carter: Edible shellfish found near Cuba. Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 311-312. F18-458 

CLAMS. 

Hempnill, Henry: On the habits and distribution of the geoduck, a clam of the 
Pacific (Glydmeris generosa Gld.), with suggestions as to its introduction into the 
Atlantic coast of the United States. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 200-201. 

F18-35 

Moser, Jefferson F.: [Packing clams at Klawak.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. 
XVIII, p. 111-112. 

Ryder, John Adam: A valuable edible mollusk of the west coast. Bulletin, 1881 
(1882), vol. I, p. 21. F18-9 

Stearns, Robert Edward Carter: The edible clams of the Pacific coast and a 
proposed method of transplanting them to the Atlantic coast (Glycimeris generosa, 
Saxidomus nuttallii, Schizothoerus nuttallii.} Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, 
p. 353-362, illus. Fl 2-420 

Stevenson, Charles H.: [Extracts of clams and oysters.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), 
vol. XVIII, p. 553-556. 

MUSSELS. 

Field, Irving A.: Sea mussels and dogfish as food. [With discussion by Oscar Nord- 
qvist, Theodore Gill, Charles E. Fryer, T. E. Libby, C. G. Atkins, Edward E. 
Prince, George W. Field, Walter E. Hathaway, and E. C. Whitman.] Bulletin, 
1907 (1908), vol. XXVIII, p. 241-257. Doc. 655 issued 1910. 10-35138 

The food value of sea mussels. (Literature: p. 126-128.) Bulletin, 1909 

(1911), vol. XXIX, p. 85-128, illus., pi. XVIII-XXV. Doc. 742 issued Feb. 24 
1911. . Fll-7 

IT. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Sea mussels: what they are and how to cook them. 
With eighteen recipes (furnished by Mr. Charles Doucot). 5 p., illus. Eco- 
nomic Circular 12 issued Mar. 24, 1914. F14-9 

SCALLOPS. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Food value of the scallop.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. 
IX, p. 330-331. 

SQUID. 

Collins, Joseph William: Notes on the use of squid for food in the United States. 
Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 127-128. F18-66 

- [Use of squid as food.] Report, 1887 (1891), p. 351. 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Berry, Samuel Stilhnan: A review of the cephalopods of western North America. 
(Bibliography: p. 318-325.) Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 267-336, illus., 
pi. 32-56. Doc. 761 issued July 24, 1912. F12-202 



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Bush, Katharine Jeanette: List of deep-water Mollusca dredged by the U. S. 
Fish commission steamer Fish Hawk in 1880, 1881 and 1882, with their range of 
depth. Report, 1883(1885), p. 701-727. Doc. 100 issued Aug . 16, 1886. Fll-244 

Coker, Robert Ervin: The common and scientific names of fresh-water mussels. 
4 p. Economic Circular 15 issued Apr. 8, 191,5. F15-42 

Hemphill, Henry: On the habits and distribution of the geoduck, a clam of the 
Pacific (Glycimeris generoasa, Old.), with suggestions as to its introduction into 
the Atlantic coast of the United States. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 200-201. 

F18-35 

Ingersoll, Ernest, and John A. Ryder: Natiiral history of economic mollusks 
of the United States. (Extracted from The fisheries and fishery industries of 
the United States. 1884. Sec. I, pt. IV, p. 687-758, pi. 253-259.) Doc. 223 
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Nye, Willard: Notes upon octopus, flying-fish, etc., taken during the Albatros 
cruise in January, 1884. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 189-190. F18-40 

Ryder, John A.: A valuable edible mollusk of the west coast. Bulletin, 1881 (1882) 
vol. I, p. 21. F18-9 

Simpson, Charles Torrey: The pearly fresh-water mussels of the United States; 
their habits, enemies, and diseases, with suggestions for their protection. Bulle- 
tin, 1898 (1899), vol. XVIII, p. 279-288, illus. Doc. 413 issued Nov. 1, 1899. 

F12-99 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [The soft clam of the Atlantic.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), 
vol. XV, p. 467-469. 

Stearns, Robert Edward Carter: Note on the clams of the Pacific coast. Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 356. F18-472 

Verrill, Addison Emory, and S. I. Smith: Report upon the invertebrate animals 
of Vineyard Sound and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features 
of the region. Report, 1871-72 (1873), p. 295-778, XXXVIII pi. F15-102 

Report on the cephalopods of the northeastern coast of America. Report, 

1879 (1882), p. 211^55, XL VI pi. Doc. 42 issued Apr. 10, 1882. 10-30404 

Notice of the remarkable marine fauna occupying the outer banks off the 

southern coast of New England, and of some additions to the fauna of Vine- 
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[Mollusca taken by the steamer Albatross off the northern coast of the United 



States.] Report, 1883 (1885), p. 525-529, XLIV pi. 
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ances used in their capture and preparation for market, exhibited by the United 
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ARKANSAS. 

Meek, Seth Eugene: A list of fishes and mollusks collected in Arkansas and Indian 
Territory in 1894. Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 341-350. Doc. 306 issued 
Apr. 9, 1897. 6-19634 

The mussels of the Big Buffalo fork of White River, Arkansas. Report and 

special papers, 1911 (1913), 20 p. Doc. 759 issued July 22, 1912. F12-49 

CALIFORNIA. 

MacFarland, Frank Mace: Opisthobranchiate Mollusca from Monterey Bay, Cali- 
fornia, and vicinity. Bulletin, 1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 109-151,' pi. XVIII- 
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ILLINOIS. 

Wilson, Charles Branch: The mussel fauna of the Kankakee basin. Report and 
special papers, 1911 (1913), 52 p., pi., fold. map. Doc. 758 issued Mar. 19, 
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INDIANA. 

Clark, H. W., and C. B. Wilson: The mussel fauna of the Maumee River. Report 
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MASSACHUSETTS. 



Koons, B. F.: Planting Irish shells Helix aspersa, Miiller at Woods Hole Bulle- 
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Wilson, Charles Branch, and Ernest Danglade: Mussels of central and northern 

Minnesota. 6 p. Economic Circular 3 issued Oct. 26, 1912. F12-314 

- The mussel fauna of central and northern Minnesota. Appendix V, Report, 

1913 (1914), 26 p., fold. map. Doc. 803 issued Sept. 15, 1914. F14-102 

MISSOURI. 

TTtterback, W. I.: Mussel resources in Missouri. 6 p. Economic Circular 10 issued 
Feb. 27, 1914. F14-95 

NEW YORK. 

Evermann, Barton Warren, and E. L. Goldsborough: Notes on the fishes and 
mollusks of Lake Chautauqua, New York. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 169-175. Doc. 
483 issued Mar. 28, 1902. Fll-19 

OKLAHOMA. 

Isely, Frederick B..: Mussel streams of eastern Oklahoma. 4 p. Economic Cir- 
cular 9 issued Feb. 17, 1914. F14-9 

TENNESSEE. 

Boepple, Johann Frederick, and Robert Ervin Coker: Mussel resources of the 

Holston and Clinch rivers of eastern Tennessee. Investigations by J. F. Boepple. 

Notes compiled by R. E. Coker. Report and special papers, 1911 (1913), 13 p. 

Doc. 765 issued Sept. 23, 1912. F12-306 

Wilson, C. B., and H. W. Clark: Mussel beds of the Cumberland River in 1911. 

4 p. Economic Circular 1 issued Feb. 13,1912. F12-54 
The mussels of the Cumberland River and its tributaries. Report and 

special papers, 1912 (1914), 63 p., pi. Doc. 781 issued Jan. 28, 1914. F14-2 

TEXAS. 

Singley, J. A.: [List of Mollusca collected in Texas in 1891.] Bulletin, 1892 (1894), 
vol. XII, p. 123-125. 

RIVERS. 

Coker, B. E.: Water-power development in' relation to fishes and mussels of the 
Mississippi. Appendix VIII, Report, 1913 (1914), 28 p. Doc. 805 issued Nov. 11, 
1914. F14-130 

Mussel resources of the Tensas River of Louisiana. 7 p. Economic Circular 

14 issued Apr. 9, 1915. F15-41 

Coker, Robert Ervin, and John B. Southall: Mussel resources in^ tributaries of 
the upper Missouri River. (With description of shell found in the James 
River at Huron, S. Dak., July 27, 1913.) Appendix IV, Report, 1914 (1915), 17 
p. incl. map., pi. Doc. 812 issued Mar. 20, 1915. F15-18 

Danglade, Ernest: Condition of the mussel fishery of the Illinois River in 1912. 
4 p. Economic Circular 2 issued Sept. 20, 1912. F12-281 

Danglade, Ernest, and John A. Eldridge: The mussel resources of the Illinois 
River, by Ernest Danglade. The mussel fishery of the Fox River, by John A. 
Eldridge. Appendixes VI and VII, Report, 1913 (1914), 48 p., 8 p., illus., VI 
pi. (incl. front, and fold. map). Doc. 804 issued Sept. 30, 1914. F14-103 

PORTO RICO. 

Ball, William Healey, and Charles Torrey Simpson: The Mollusca of Porto 
Rico. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. I, p. 351-524, pi. 53-58. Doc. 458 
issued Nov. 29, 1901. F12-251 

* HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Berry, Samuel Stillman: The Cephalopoda of the Hawaiian Islands. (Bibli- 
ography: p. 352-357.) Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 255-362, illus., pi. 
XLV-LV. Doc. 789 issued June 24, 1914. F14-59 



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Part 7. CRUSTACEA. 



CONTENTS. 



General 265 

Habits and behavior 265 

Physiology 265 

Temperature, physiological effect 266 

Nutrition 266 

Pathology 266 

Diseases and pests 266 

Enemies 266 

Embryology 266 

Culture 266 

Crabs 266 

Crawfish 267 

Lobster 267 

Shrimp 267 

Fisheries 267 

United States 267 

Crabs 267 

Crawfish 268 

Lobster 268 

Shrimp 268 

Europe 268 

Crabs 268 

Lobster 269 

Asia 269 

Preservation 269 

Crabs 269 

Lobster 269 

Shrimp 269 

Legislation for lobster 269 

Geographical distribution 269 

United States 269 

General . 269 

Alaska 269 

North Carolina 269 

Texas 270 

New England 270 

Lake Superior 270 

Porto Rico 270 

Japan 270 

Oceanica 270 

Hawaiian Islands 270 

Philippine Islands 270 

264 



Part 7. CRUSTACEA. 

GENERAL. 

Churchill, Edward Perry: Life history of the blue crab. Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), 
vol. XXXVI, p. 93-128, illus., pi. XLVII-LV(onecoL). Doc. 870 issued Nov. 11, 
1919. F19-42 

Coker, Robert Ervin: Notes on a species of barnacle (Dichelaspis) parasitic on the 
gills of edible crabs. (Literature cited: p. 412.) Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 
p. 399-412, illus. Doc. 503 issued Oct. 23, 1902. F12-279 

Hay, William Perry: The life history of the blue crab (CaUinectes sapidus). Report, 
1904 (1905), p. 395-413, pis. Doc. 580 issued Sept. 5, 1905. . FlO-10 

Hex-rick, Francis Hobart: The habits and development of the lobster and their bear- 
ing upon its artificial propagation. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 75-86. 
Doc. 247 issued June 6, 1894. F12-183 

The American lobster: A study of its habits and development. (Bibliog- 
raphy: p. 229-237.) Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, 252 p., illus., A-J, 54 pi. 
(partly col.). Doc. 300 issued Feb. 14, 1896. F12-249 

* Natural history of the American lobster. (Bibliography: p. 384-408.) Bulle- 
tin, 1909 (1911), vol. XIX, p. 149-408, illus., pi. XXVIII-XLVII (partly col.). 
Doc. 747 issued July 13, 1911. Fll-278 

Rathbun, Richard: The crustaceans, worms, radiates, and sponges. In The fish- 
eries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887 . Sec. I, pt. V, p. 759-850. 

The crab, lobster, crayfish, rock lobster, shrimp, and prawn fisheries. In The 

fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. 
XXI, p. 629-658. 

Smith, Hugh McConnick: [Spiny lobster (Panulirus interruptus') .] Bulletin, 1894 
(1895), vol. XIV, p. 280-281. 

Thompson, Millett T.: A new isopod parasitic on the hermit crab. (Bibliography 
p. 56.) Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 53-56, pi. 9-10. Doc. 478 issued Oct. 
18, 1901. F12-268 

Wilson, Charles Branch: Copepod parasites of fresh- water fishes and their economic 
relations to mussels glochidia. Bulletin, 1914 (1916), vol. XXXIV, p. 331-374, 
pi. LX-LXXIV. Doc. 824 issued June 28, 1916. F16-106 

The economic relations, anatomy, and life history of the genus Lernsea. Bulle- 
tin, 1915-16 (1918), vol. XXXV, p. 165-198, illus., pi. VI-XV. Doc. 854 issued 
Dec. 22, 1917. F18-4 
HABITS AND BEHAVIOR. 

Herrick, Francis H.: The habits and development of the lobster and their bearing 

upon its artificial propagation. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 75-86. Doc. 

247 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

^ The American lobster : A study of its habits and development. (Bibliography : 

p. 229-237.) Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, 252 p., illus., A-J., 54 pi. (partly 

col.). Doc. 300 issued Feb. 14, 1896. F12-249 
Natural history of the American lobster. Bulletin, 1909 (1911), vol. XIX, p. 

149-408, illus., pi. XXVIII-XLVII (partly col.). Doc. 747 issued July 13, 1911. 

Fll-278 
Mather, Fred: What we know of the lobster. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 

281-286. Doc. 265 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

Nye, Willard: A reasoning lobster. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 186. 
Smith, A. C.: Notes on the lobster Homarus americanus. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 

vol. V, p. 121-125. F18-383 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

Bumpus, Hermon Carey: On the movements of certain lobsters liberated at Woods 
Hole during the summer of 1898. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 225-230, 
fold. map. Doc. 442 issued Sept. 12, 1900. F12-82 

Churchill, Edward Perry: [Migration of crabs in Chesapeake Bay.] Bulletin, 1917- 
18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 108-113. 

[Moulting and autotomy of the blue crab.] Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. 

XXXVI, p. 104-108. 

265 



266 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Herrick, Francis Hobart: [Moulting and growth of the lobster.] Bulletin, 1895 
(1896), vol. XV, p. 75-99. 

[Regeneration^! lost parts.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 20-27. 

[Periodical migration and their relation to changes in the environment.] 

Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 20-27. 

Mather, Fred: What we know about the lobster. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 281-286. Doc. 265 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

Parker, Georp-e Howard: The reactions of copepods to various stimuli and the bear- 
ing of this on daily depth-migrations. (Papers quoted: p. 123.) Bulletin, 1901 
(1902), vol. XXI, p. 103-123. Doc. 497 issued May 23, 1902. F12-237 

Smith, AJbertW.: [Composition of the shell and gastroliths of the lobster.] Bulletin, 
1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 227-228. 

TEMPERATURE ^PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT. 

Wood, William. Mixwell: Transplanting lobsters to the Chesapeake Experiments 
upon the temperature they can endure. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 31-32. 

F18-368 
NUTRITION. 

Herrick, Francis Hobart: [Food of the lobster.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896) vol. XV, 
p. 29-32. 

PATHOLOGY. 

DISEASES AND PESTS. 

Coker, Robert Ervin: Notes on a species of barnacle (Dichelaspis) parasitic on the 
gills of the edible crabs. (Literature cited: p. 412.) Bulletin, 1901 (1902), 
vol. XXI, p. 399-412, illus. Doc. 503 issued Oct. 23, 1902. F12-279 

Gorham, Frederic Ppole: The causes of death in the artificially reared lobster-fry. 
Report of the special commission for the investigation of the lobster and soft-shell 
clam. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 175-193. 

Raveret-Wattel, C.: Notes on a disease affecting crawfish in Germany. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 299-302. Fl 3-109 

Thompson, Millett T.: A new isopod parasite on the hermit crab. (Bibliography: 
p. 56.) Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 53-56, pi. 9-10. Doc. 478 issued 
Oct. 18. 1901. F12-268 

ENEMIES, 
iff 

Herrick, Francis Hobart: [Enemies of the lobster.] Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, 
p. 120-124. 

EMBRYOLOGY. 

Churchill, Edward Perry: [Reproduction in the blue crab.] Bulletin, 1917-18 



Churchill, Edward Perry: [Reprodi 

(1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 115-123. 
Hay, William Perry: The life history 



of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus). Report 

1904 (1905), p. 395-413. Document 580 issued Sept. 5, 1904. F10-10 

Herrick, Francis H.: The habits and development of the lobster and their bearing 

upon its artificial propagation. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 75-86. Doc. 

247 issued June 26, 1894. m F12-183 
The American lobster: A study of its habits and development. (Bibliography: 

p. 229-237.) Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, 252 p., illus., A-J, 54 pi. (partly coif). 

Doc. 300 issued Feb. 14, 1896. F12-249 
[Spawning habits of the lobster.] Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 218-219. 

The reproductive period in the lobster. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, 

p. 161-166, illus. Doc. 500 issued Oct. 1, 1902. F12-276 

Natural history of the American lobster. (Bib liography : p . 384-408. ) Bulletin, 



Natural history ot the American lobster, (.bibliography: p.34-40.) .Bulletin, 

1909 (1911), vol. XXIX, p. 149-408, illus., pi. XXVIII-XLVII (partly col.). 
Doc. 747 issued July 13, 1911 . Fll-278 

Mather, Fred: What we know of the lobster. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 281-286. Doc. 265 issued June 9, 1894. F12-183 

CULTURE. 
CRABS. 

Leslie, Charles G.t On the cultivation of soft-shell crabs. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 256. F18-301 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 267 

CRAWFISH. 

Rubelius, H.: Crawfish culture in Europe. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 767-770. F17-21 
Wozelka-Iglau, Karl: Contributions toward the improvement of the culture of the 

salmonoids and crawfish in smaller water-courses. Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. 

XV, p. 369-378. Doc. 308 issued 1896. F12-250 

LOBSTER. 

B.: On the artificial propagation of the lobster. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876)j 
p. 267-269. F16-16 

Dannevig, Gunder Mathisen: Success in hatching lobster eggs in Norway. Bul- 
letin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 280. F18-438 

Artificial hatching of salt-water fish and lobsters in Norway. Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 437-440. F18-501 

Hatching lobsters in Norway. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 446. 

F18-503 

Hatching lobsters and cod in Norway. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 13-14. 

F18-562 

Gorham, Frederic Pooler [The causes of death in artificially reared lobster-fry.] 
Report of the special commission for the investigation of the lobster and soft-shell 
clam. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 175-193, pis. 

Herrick, Francis Hobart: The habits and development of the lobster and their 
bearing upon its artificial propagation. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 75-86. 
Doc. 247 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

Mead, Albert Davis: A method of lobster-culture. (With discussion by Henry T. 
Root.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 219-240, illus., pi. VII-XI. 
Doc. 654 issued February, 1910. 10-35151 

Perrin, M. L.: Transportation of lobsters to California. Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 
(1876), p. 259-265. F16-15 

Rathbun, Richard: Notes on lobster culture. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 
17-32. F18-528 

The transplanting of lobsters to the Pacific coast of the United States. Bul- 
letin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 453-472, pi. LXX-LXXI. Doc. 146 issued Apr. 
25, 1891. F16-82 

[Development and propagation of the lobster.] Report, 1888 (1891), p. 

XCVII-CII. 

Sherwood, George H.: [Experiments in lobster rearing.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 

149-174 incl. tables, illus., pis. 
Smith, Hugh. McCormick: [Introduction of the eastern lobster to the Pacific coast.] 

Bulletin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 459-464. 

[Propagation of the American lobster.] Report, 1897 (1898), p. 229-238; also 

in Manual of fish-culture, rev. ed., 1900, p. 229-238. 

Wood, W. M.: The transplanting of one hundred lobsters from the eastern part of 
Long Island to Chesapeake Bay. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 16. F18-208 

Transplanting lobsters to the Chesapeake Experiments upon the temper- 

ture they can endure. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 31-32. F18-368 

SHRIMP. 

Mather, Fred: Notes on cod, shrimp, etc., at Cold Springs Harbor. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 123. F18-242 

FISHERIES. 

UNITED STATES. 

CRABS. 

Churchill, Edward Perry: Crab industry of Chesapeake Bay. Appendix IV, Re- 
port, 1918 (1920), 25 p., XII pi. Doc. 868 issued Aug. 12, 1919. F19-36 

McMenamin& Co.: Method of catching crabs [in Virginia]. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 48 F18-212 

Marsh, Millard Caleb, and John Nathan Cobb: The fisheries of Alaska in 1910. 
(Crabs: p. 51.) Report and special papers, 1910 (1911), 72 p. Doc. 746 issued 
Apr. 19, 1911. 7-35263 

Rathbun, Richard: [The crab fisheries.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 
of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXI, p. 629-658. 

Roberts, Winthrop A.: The crab industry of Maryland. Appendix, Report, 1904 
(1905), p. 415-432. Doc. 581 issued Sept. 5, 1905. F10-11 

Smith, H. M.: Notes on the crab fishery of Crisfield, Md. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), 
vol. IX, p. 103-112, pi. 36-41. Doc. 155 issued June 16, 1891. F12-143 



268 U S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: Notes on the king-crab fishery of Delaware Bay. Bul- 
letin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 363-370. Doc. 166 issued July 17, 1891. F15-53 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Comparative statistics of the crab product of Maryland 
and Virginia for various years from 1880 to 1915.] Report, 1916 (1917), p/64. 

[Statistics of the crab industry of Maryland and Virginia in 1915.] Report, 

1916 (1917), p. 60-64. 

CRAWFISH. 

Oregonian: [Crawfish trade.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 288. 

Rathbun, Richard: [The crayfish fishery.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXI, p. 794-797. 
Sterling, E.: [How to catch crawfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 457-458. 

LOBSTER. 

Alexander, Alvin: [Lobster fishery on the Pacific coast.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 

150-151. 
Cobb, John Nathan: The lobster fishery of Maine. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, 

p. 241-265, illus., pi. 28-32. Doc. 445 issued Sept. 6, 1900. F12-83 

Field, George Wilton: Lobsters and lobster problem. [With discussion by Henry 

T. Root, W. H. Boardman, James Donahue, Charles E. Fryer, and Paul North.] 

Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVIII, p. 209-217. Doc. 653 issued Feb. 12, 1910. 

10-35153 
Herrick, Francis H.: The protection of the lobster fishery. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), 

vol. XVII, p. 217-224. Doc. 373 issued 1898. Fl 2-110 

Nye, Willard: [Menhaden, herring, eels, and lobsters.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 

p. 312. 
Rathbun, Richard: Notes on the decrease of lobsters. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 421-426. F13-118 

- Notes on lobster culture. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 17-32. F18-528 

[The lobster fisherv.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the United 

States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXI, p. 658-794. 

[The rock-lobster fishery.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of the 
United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXI, p. 798-799. 

Smith, A. C.: Notes on the lobster Homarus americanus. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 121-125. F18-383 

- [Bait for lobsters.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 111. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Lobster fishery of New England.] Report, 1892 (1894), 
p. CLXXVII-CLXXVIII, p. 130-132. 

[Spiny lobster fishing of California.] Bulletin, 1894 (1895), vol. XIV, p. 280-281. 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Importation of lobsters and other crustaceans.] Report, 
1894 (1896), p. 431-571. Fll-191 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Report of the special commission for the investigation 
of the lobster and the soft-shell clam . ( Contents I . General account of the lobster 
and clam investigations, by H. M. Smith. II. Experiments in lobster rearing, 
by G. H. Sherwood. III. The causes of death in artificially reared lobster fry, 
by Frederic P. Gorham. IV. Conditions governing the existence and growth 
of the soft-shell clam, My a arenaria, by James L. Kellogg.) Report, 1903 (1904), 
p. 139-224, pi. I-X. Doc. 554 issued Jan. 21, 1905. Fll-10 

[Statistics of the lobster fishery of the Atlantic Coast States in 1913.] Report, 
1915 (1917), p. 37-43. 

SHRIMP. 

Rathbun, Richard: Notes on the shrimp and prawn fisheries of the United States. 

Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 139-152. F12-353 
[The shrimp and prawn fisheries.] In The fisheries and fishery industries of 

the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXI, p. 799-810. 
Townsend, Charles Haskins: [Shrimp fishery of San Francisco Bay.] Report, 

1900 (1901), p. 182-183. 
TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Statistics of the shrimp industry of the South Atlantic 

and Gulf States in 1916.] Report, 1917 (1919), p. 6-11. 

EUROPE. 

CRABS. 

Crab fisheries proposed in Denmark. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 155-156. 

F18-564 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 269 

LOBSTER. 

Boeck. Axel, i. e. Jonas Axel: The Norwegian lobster fishery and its history. 

Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 223-258. F16-14 

Friele, M.: [Lobster fisheries of Norway in 1877.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 733-734. 
[Lobsters and oysters in Norway.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 306. 
Sars, George Ossian: Lobster fisheries of Norway during the years 1874-1877. 

Report, 1877 (1879), p. 674-680. F16-112 

ASIA. 

Japan. Bureau of Agriculture: [The crustacean fisheries of Japan.] Bulletin, 
1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 433-434. 

PRESERVATION. 
CRABS. 

Churchill, Edward Perry: [Preparation of crabs for market.] Appendix IV, 

Report, 1918 (1920), p. 19-24. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [King crab fertilizer.] Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, 

p. 368. 

Preparation of crab meat. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 111. 

LOBSTER. 

Cobb, John Nathan: Lobster canning industry. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 
255. 

SHRIMP. 

Macgowan, D. J.: [Preparation of shrimps in China.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 451. 

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Boeck, Axel, i. e. Jonas Axel: [Lobster trade and the history of its legislation.] 

Report, 1873-74 and 1874-75 (1876), p. 32. 
Herrick, Francis Hobert: The protection of the lobster fishery. Bulletin, 1897 

(1898), vol. XVII, p. 217-224. Doc. 373 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION. 
UNITED STATES. 

GENERAL. 

Bathbun, Richard: Natural history of economic crustaceans of the United States. 

(Extract from The fisheries and fishery industries of the United States. 1884. 

Sec. 1, pt. V, p.^763-830.) Doc. 224 issued Nov. 15, 1893. Fll-350 

Smith, Sidney Irving: Crustacea of the fresh waters of the United States. Report 

1872-73 (1874), p. 637-665, III.pl. Doc. 5 issued 1874. F12-24 

Report on the decapod Crustacea of the Albatross dredgings off the east coast 

of the United States in 1883. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 345-426. Doc. 78 issued 
Aug. 15, 1884. Fll-271 

Report on the decapod crustaceans of the Albatross dredgings off the east coast 

of the United States during the summer and autumn of 1884. Report, 1885 
(1887), p. 605-705, XX pi. Doc. 105 issued Sept. 1, 1886. Fll-250 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Report upon the invertebrate animals of Vineyard Sound 
and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features of the region. Re- 
port, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 295-778, XXXVIII pi. F15-102 

ALASKA. 

Richardson, Harriet: Isopods from the Alaska salmon investigation. Bulletin, 
1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 209-221, illus. Doc. 564 issued Feb. 18, 1905. F12-8 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Hay, William P., and S. A. Shore: The decapod crustaceans of Beaufort, N. C., 
and the surrounding region. (Bibliography: p. 465-472.) Bulletin, 1915-16 
(1918), vol. XXXV, p. 371-475, illus., pi. XXV-XXXIX. Doc. 859 issued Apr. 
6, 1918. F18-517 



270 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

TEXAS. 

Hathbun, Mary Jane: [List of Crustacea collected in Texas in 1891.] Bulletin, 1891 
(1893), vol. XI, p. 89-90. 

NEW ENGLAND. 

Harger, Oscar: Report on the marine isopoda of New England and adjacent waters. 
Report, 1878 (1880), p. 297-462, pi. I-X1II. Doc. S2 issued Jan. 27, 1881. 

Fll-211 

Holmes, Samuel Jackson: The Amphipoda of southern New England. Bulletin, 
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F12-14 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Notice of the remarkable marine fauna occupying the 
outer banks off the southern coast of New England, and of some additions to the 
fauna of Vineyard Sound. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 641-669. Doc. 83 issued Aug. 
15, 1884. Fll-267 

Wheeler, William Morton: The free-swimming copepods of the Woods Hole region. 
Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 157-192, illus. Doc. 439 issued Aug. 30, 1900. 

F12-92 

Wilson, Charles Branch: The fish parasites of the genus Argulus found in the Woods 
Hole region. Bulletin, 1904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 115-131, illus. Doc. 561 is- 
sued Feb. 14, 1905. F12-5 

Wilson, Edmund Beecher: Report on the Pycnogonida of New England and ad- 
jacent waters. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 463-506, VII pi. Doc. 34 issued Jan. 27, 
1881. F16-163 

LAKE SUPERIOR. 

Forbes, Stephen Alfred: On some Lake Superior Entomostraca. Report, 1887 
(1891), p. 701-718, IV pi. Doc. 174 issued Aug. 24, 1891. Fll-336 

PORTO RICO. 

Benedict, James E.: The Anomuran collections made by the Fish Hawk expedition 
to Porto Rico. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 128-248, illus., pi. 3-6. 
Doc. 460 issued Oct. 2, 1901. F12-253 

Bigelow, Maurice Alpheus: The Cirripedia collected near Porto Rico by the Fish 
Hawk expedition in 1898-99. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 177-180. 
Doc. 463 issued Oct. 2, 1901. F12-256 

Bigelow, Robert Payne: The Stomatopoda of Porto Rica. ("The more impor- 
tant literature on Stomatopoda: " p. 160.) Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, 
p. 149-160, illus. Doc. 461 issued Oct. 2, 1901. F12-254 

Moore, Henry Frank: Report on Porto Rican Isopoda. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. 
XX, pt. II, p. 161-176, pi. 7-11. Doc. 462 issued Oct. 2, 1901. F12-255 

Rathbun, Mary Jane: The Brachyura and Macrura of Porto Rico. Bulletin, 3900 
(1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 1-127, illus., 2 col. pi. Doc. 459 issued Sept. 26, 1901. 

F12-252 
JAPAN. 

Pilsbry, Henry Augustus: Barnacles of Japan and Bering Sea. Bulletin, 1909 
(1911), vol. XXIX, p. 59-84, illus., pi. VIIL-XVII. Doc. 739 issued Feb. 17, 1911. 

Fll-75 
OCEANIC A. 

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 

Ortmann, Arnold Edward: Schizopods of the Hawaiian Islands collected by the 
steamer Albatross in 1902. Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 961-973. 
Doc. 588 issued Dec. 28, 1905. Fll-384 

Pilsbry, Henry Augustus: Hawaiian Cirripedia. Bulletin, 1906 (1907), vol. XXVI, 
p. 179-190, pi. IV-V. Doc. 617 issued Jan. 29, 1907. Fll-65 

Bathbun, Mary Jane: The Brachyura and Macurura of the Hawaiian Islands. 
(Bibliography: p. 929-930.) Bulletin 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 827- 
930, front., illus., XXIV pi. (partly col.). Doc. 382 issued 1898. Fll-382 

Richardson, Harriet: Isopods collected at the Hawaiian Islands by the United 
States Fish Commission steamer Albatross. (List of references: p. 26.) Bulletin, 
1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 817-826, illus. Doc. 542 issued Sept. 17, 1903. 

Fll-380 

PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

Richardson, Harriet: Marine isopods collected in the Philippines by the U. S. 
fisheries steamer Albatross in 1907-8. 1910. 44 p., illus. Doc. 736 issued 1910. 

Fll-32 






Part 8. SPONGES 



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Part 8. SPONGES. 



CONTENTS. 



Page. 

General 273 

Culture 273 

Fisheries 273 

Legislation 274 

272 



Part 8. SPONGES. 

GENERAL. 

George, W. C., and H. V. Wilson: Sponges of Beaufort (N. C.), Harbor and vicinity. 

Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 129-179, pi. LVI-LXXVI. Doc. 876 

issued Dec. 29, 1919. F20-1 

Potts, Edward: Fresh-water sponges: what, where, when, and who wants them. 

Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 389-391, illus. Doc. 63 issued Oct. 29, 1888. 

Fll-313 
Verrill, Addison Emory: Report upon the invertebrate animals of Vineyard Sound 

and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features of the region. 

Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 295-778. F15-102 

Results of the explorations made by the steamer Albatross off the northern 

coast of the United States in 1883. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 503-699, XLIV 
pi. Doc. 99 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-243 

Vosmaer, Gr. C. J.: [Netherland sponges.] Report, 1880 (1883), p. 1019. 
Wilson, Henry Van Peters: The sponges collected in Porto Rico in 1899, by the 
U. S. Fish commission steamer Fish Hawk. (Literature references: p. 411.) 
Bulletin, 1900 (1902^ vol. XX, part II, p. 375-411. Doc. 471 issued Mar. 28, 1902. 

F12-418 
CULTURE. 

Buccich: [Propagating sponges from cuttings.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 272-275. 
Cotte, Jules: Sponge culture. (Bibliography: p. 613-614.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), 

vol. XXVIII, p. 587-614. Doc. 670 vssued April, 1910. 10-35433 

Fogarty, J.: [Propagating sponges from clippings.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 271. 
Marenzeller, Emil, edler von: The raising of sponges from cuttings. Report, 1879 

(1882), p. 771-777. ' F17-22 

Monroe, Ralph M.: [Account of sponge-cultural experiments in Biscayne Bay.] 

Report, 1895 (1896), p. 187-188. 
Moore, H. Frank: A practical method of sponge culture. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), 

vol. XXVIII, p. 545-585, illus., pi. LXVII-LXXVI, diagrs. Doc. 669 issued 

Apr. 4, 1910. 10-35434 

Rathbun, Richard: [Reproduction in sponges.] Report, 1889-1891 (1893), p. 167. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Cultivation of sponges from cuttings.] Bulletin, 1897 

(1898), vol. XVII, p. 23^-238. 
[Sponge planting experiments.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 122-123; 1902 (1904), 

p. 125-127; 1903 (1905), p. 86-88. 
XJ. S. Commissioner of Fisheries: [Propagating sponges from cuttings.] Report, 

1878 (1880), p. XLIV-XLV. 

Experiments in sponge culture. Report, 1905 (1907), p. 22; 1906 (1908), p. 

13; 1907 (1909), p. 11-12; 1908 (1910), p. 10; 1909 (1911), p. 14-15; 1910 (1911), p. 
17-18. 

Wilson, Henry Van Peters: On the feasibility of raising sponges from the egg. 
Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 241-245. Doc. 375 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Development of sponges from tissue cells outside the body of the parent. 

Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1265-1271. Doc. 717 issued May 5, 1910. 

10-35648 

Development of sponges from dissociated tissue cells. Bulletin, 1910 (1912), 

vol. XXX, p. 1-30, pi. I-V. Doc. 750 issued June 16, 1911. Fll-220 

FISHERIES. 

Arapian, B. J.: [Florida sponge fisheries.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 276-278. 

Brice, John J.: [Commercial sponges of Florida.] Report, 1896 (1898), p. 266-271. 

Cobb, John Nathan: The sponge fisheries of Florida in 1900. Report, 1902 (1904), p. 

161-175, pi. 6-9. Doc. 535 issued Sept. 21, 1903. Fll-2 

Collins, Joseph William: [Sponge fisheries of Key West.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 

246-258. 

569021 18 273 



274 XT. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Flegel, Charles: The abuse of the scaphander in the sponge fisheries. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 513-543. Doc. 668 issued March, 1910. 10-35432 

Grady, John E.: [Sponge fishing near Appalachicola, Fla.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 140. 

Moore, Henry Frank: The commercial sponges and the sponge fisheries. (Bibliog- 
raphy: p. 511.) Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 399-511, illus., pi. 

XXVIII-LXVI. Doc. 667 issued Mar. 28, 1910. 10-35431 

Rathbun, Richard: The sponge fishery and trade. In The fisheries and fishery 

industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXIII, p. 817-841. 
Huge, J. G.: The sponge fisheries of Florida. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 22- 

24. F18-641. 

Smith, Hugh McCormick: [Sponge fishery of Biscayne Bay, Florida.] Report, 

1895 (1896), p. 180-182. 
The Florida commercial sponges. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 225- 

240, pi. 12-31. Doc. 374 issued Aug. 5, 1898. F12-110 

Notes on the Florida sponge fishery in 1899. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, 

p. 149-151. Doc. 437 issued Aug. 30, 1900^. F12-29 

Stevenson. Charles Hugh: [Foreign trade in sponges.] Report, 1894 (1896), p. 

542-545. 
U. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Sponge fishery of the Gulf States.] Report, 1899 (1900), 

p. 126. 

[Sponge fishery of Florida.] Report, 1901 (1902), p. 156. 

[Florida sponge fisheries.] Report, 1913 (1914), p. 68-69. 

LEGISLATION. 

Law unenforceable. Report, 1910 (1911), p. 37; 1911 (1913), p. 53; 1913 (1914), p. 68, 
Spongelaw. (Act of June 20, 1906). Report, 1910 (1911), p. 37-38; 1911 (1913), p. 52. 



Part 9. MISCELLANEOUS INVERTEBRATES 



275 



Part 9. MISCELLANEOUS INVERTEBRATES. 



CONTENTS. 



General 277 

Protozoa 277 

Coelenterata 278 

Plathelminthes 278 

Rotifera 279 

Coelhelminthes 279 

Echinoderma 279 

276 



Part 9. MISCELLANEOUS INVERTEBRATES. 

GENERAL. 

Certes, A.: Note upon the effect of high pressures on the vitality of minute fresh- 
water and salt-water organisms. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 433-435. 

F18-358 

Forbes, Stephen Alfred: Preliminary report upon the invertebrate animals inhab- 
iting Lakes Geneva and Mendota, Wisconsin, with an account of the fish epidemic 
in Lake Mendota in 1884. Bulletin, 1888 (1890), vol. VIII, p. 473-487. Doc. 147 
issued Mar. 25, 1891. Fll-328 

A preliminary report on the aquatic invertebrate fauna of the Yellowstone 

national park, Wyoming, and of the Flathead region of Montana. Bulletin, 1891 
(1893), vol. XI, p. 207-258, pi. XXXVII-XLII. Doc. 210 issued Apr. 28, 1893. 

F12-126 

Martens, J. B. : Life in the sea. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 253-265. F12 7 362 

Needham, James G.: Burrowing mayflies of our larger lakes and streams. (Bibli- 
ography: p. 289-291.) Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 265-293, pi. 
LXX-LXXXII. Doc. 883 issued July 17, 1920. F20-154 

Smith, Sidney Irving: Sketch of the invertebrate fauna of Lake Superior. Report, 
1872-73 (1874), p. 690-707. Doc. 6 issued 1874. F12-215 

Sumner, Francis Bartody: An intensive study of the fauna and flora of a restricted 
area of sea bottom. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1225-1263, charts (1 
fold.), fold, diagr. Doc. 716 issued May 14, 1910. 10-35677 

A biological survey of the waters of Woods Hole and vicinity. Section III. 



A catalogue of the marine fauna of Woods Hole and vicinity. (Bibliography: p. 
782-794.) Bulletin, 1911 (1913), vol. XXXI, p. 545-794. 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: List of collections made by the fishing vessels of Glou- 
cester and other New England seaports for the United States Fish commission 
from 1877 to 1880. Report, 1879 (1882), p. 787-835. F17-23 

TJ. S. Fisheries Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole: Biological notes no. 1. Bul- 
letin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 305-310. Doc. 447 issued Aug. 30, 1900. 7-3152 

Verrill, Addison Emory, and S. I. Smith: Report upon the invertebrate animals 
of Vineyard Sound and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features 
of the region. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 295-778. F15-102 

- Notice of the remarkable marine fauna occupying the outer banks off the 
southern coast of New England, and of some additions to the fauna of Vineyard 
Sound. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 641-669. Doc. 83 issued Aug. 15, 1884. 

Fll-267 

Wilson, Charles Branch: Dragonflies and damselflies in relation to pondfish cul- 
ture, with a list of those found near Fairport, Iowa. (Bibliography: p. 260-264.) 
Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 179-264, illus., pi. LXVII. Doc. 882 
issued Aug. 4, 1920. F20-160 

PROTOZOA. 

Calkins, Gary Nathan: Marine Protozoa from Woods Hole. (List of references: p. 
466-468.) Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 413-468, illus. Doc. 502 issued 
Oct. 21, 1902. F12-262 

Certes, A.: Note upon the effect of high pressure on the vitality of minute fresh- 
water and salt-water organisms. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 433-435. 

F18-358 

Flint, James Milton: The Foraminifera of Porto Rico. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. 
XX, part II, p. 413-416. Doc. 484 issued Mar. 28, 1902. F12-265 

Gurley, B. B.: On the classification of the Myxosporidia, a group of protozoan para- 
sites infesting fishes. Bulletin, 1891 (1893), vol. XI, p. 407-420. Doc. 215 issued 
July 14, 1893. F12-157 

Jennings, Herbert Spencer: A report of work on the Protozoa of Lake Erie, with 
special reference to the laws of their movements. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. 
XIX, p. 105-114. Doc. 435 issued Aug. 30, 1899. F12-47 

277 



278 u. s. BUREAU or FISHERIES. 

Linton, Edwin: On certain wart-like excrescences occurring on the short minnow, 
Cyprinodon variegatus, due to psorosperms. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 
99-102. Doc. 154 issued June 11, 1891. F12-142 

Notice of the occurrence of protozoan parasites (psorosperms) on cyprinoid 
fishes in Ohio. Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 359-361, pi. CXX. Doc. 165 
issued July 7, 1891. F12-153 

Stiles, Charles Wardell: Report on a parasitic protozoan observed on fish in the 
aquarium of the U. S. Fish commission at the World's fair. (Bibliography: p. 
175.) Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 173-190. Doc. 253 issued 1894. F12-183 

COELENTERATA. 

Collins, Joseph William: On the occurrence of corals on the Grand Banks. Bul- 
letin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 237. F18-295 

Duerden, James Edwin: Report on the actinians of Porto Rico. (References: p. 
370-371.) Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 321-374, XII pis. Doc. 470 
issued Apr. 7, 1902 . F12-261 

Fewkes, Jesse Walter: Report on the Medusae collected by the U. S. Fish com- 
mission steamer Albatross in the region of the Gulf Stream in 1883-84. Report, 
1884 (1886), p. 927-980, X pi. Doc. 113 issued Dec. 1, 1886. Fll-260 

Report on the Medusae collected by the U. S. Fish commission steamer Alba- 
tross in the region of the Gulf Stream in 1885 and 1886. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 
513-536. Doc. 129 issued May 24, 1889. Fll-256 

Fraser, C. McLean: Some hydroids of Beaufort, North Carolina. (Bibliographv: 
p. 384-387.) Bulletin, 1910 (1912), vol. XXX, p. 337-387, illus. Doc. 762 
issued July 25, 1912. F12-201 

Hargitt, Charles Wesley: The Anthrozoa of the Woods Hole region. (Literature 
cited: p. 252-253.) Bulletin, 1902 (1903), vol. XXXII, p. 223-254, illus., pi. 
XLI-XLIV (part. col.). Doc. 788 issued Apr. 25, 1914. F14-45 

The Medusae of the Woods Hole region. (Literature cited: p. 73-75.) Bul- 
letin, 1,904 (1905), vol. XXIV, p. 21-79, illus., VII col. pi. Doc. 558 issued Feb. 14, 
1905. F12-2 

Hargitt, Charles Wesley, and Charles Gr. Rogers: The Alcyonaria of Porto Rico. 
Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 265-287, illus., IV pis. Doc. 468 issued 
Dec. 12, 1901. F12-260 

Mayer, Alfred Groldsborough: Medusae of the Hawaiian Islands collected by the 
steamer Albatross in 1902. (Bibliography: p. 1142-1143.) Bulletin, 1903 (1906), 
vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 1131-1143, III pi. Doc. 600 issued June 30, 1906. 

Fll-387 

Nutting, Charles Cleveland: The hydroids of the Woods Hole region. Bulletin, 

1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 325-386^ illus. Doc. 455 issued June 10, 1901. 

F12-90 

Hydroids of the Hawaiian Islands collected by the steamer Albatross in 1902. 

Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 931-959, XIII pi. Doc. 586 issued 

Dec. 23, 1905. Fll-383 

Vaughan, Thomas Wayland: The stony corals of the Porto Rican waters. Bulletin, 

1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 289-320, XXXVIII pis. Doc. 469 issued Dec. 14, 
1901. F12-415 

PLATHELMINTHES. 

Coe, Wesley Roswell: The nemerteans of Porto Rico. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), 
vol. XX, pt. II, p. 222-229. Doc. 466 issued Oct. 8, 1901. F12-258 

The nemerteans of the Hawaiian Islands collected by the steamer Albatross 

in 1902. Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 975-986, illus., pi. Doc. 
589 issued Mar. 14, 1906. Fll-385 

Danglade, Ernest: The flatworm as an enemy of Florida oysters. Appendix X, 
Report, 1918 (1920), 8 p., II pi. Doc. 869 issued June 20, 1919. F19-30 

Linton, Edwin: Notes on Entozoa of marine fishes of New England, with descriptions 
of several new species. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 453-511, VI pi. Doc. 128 issued 
1889. Fl 1-255 

On two species of larval Dibothria from the Yellowstone national park. 

Bulletin, 1889 (1891), vol. IX, p. 65-79, pi. XXIII-XXVII. Doc. 150 issued 
June5, 1891. F12-138 

Notes on Entozoa of marine fishes of New England, with descriptions of several 

new species. Part II. Report, 1887 (1891), p. 719-900, XV pi. Doc. 175 issued 
Aug. 24, 1891. Fll-337 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 279 

Linton, Edwin: Notes on the Entozoa of marine fishes, with descriptions of new 
species. Part III. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 523-542, pi. LIII-LX. Doc. 182 
iss^d July 1,1892. F12-224 

The anatomy of Thysanocephalum crispum Linton, a parasite of the tiger shark. 

Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 543-556, pi. LXI-LXVII. Doc. 183 issued July 2, 1892. 

F12-225 

Fish Entozoa from Yellowstone national park. Report, 1889-1891 (1893), 

p. 545-564, pi. 63-67. Doc. 220 issued Oct. 25, 1893. F12-230 

ROTIFERA. 

Jennings, Herbert Spencer: Rotatoria of the United States, with especial reference 
to those of the Great Lakes. (Literature cited: p. 102.) Bulletin, 1899 (1901), 
vol. XIX, p. 67-104, pi. 14-22. Doc. 434 issued Aug. 30, 1900. F12^6 

Rotatoria of the United States. II. A monograph of the Rattulidse. (Litera- 
ture cited: p. 345-347.) Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 273-352, illus., 
XV pi. Doc. 528 issued July 23, 1903. F12-67 

COELHELMINTHES. 

Eisen, Gustav: Oligochaetological researches. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 879-964, 

XIX pi. Doc. 101 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-245 

Hessel, Rudolph: Artificial culture of medicinal leeches and of species of Helix. 

Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 264-265. F18-51 

Leech culture. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 175-176. F18-269 

Linton, Edwin: [Notes on nematodes which have been collected in successive 

years in the waters of southern New England.] Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, 

p. 405-492. 
Moore, John Percy: Descriptions of two new leeches from Porto Rico. (List of 

papers cited: p. 221.) Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 211-222, pi. 

13-14. Doc. 465 issued Oct. 4, 1901. F12-257 
Hirudinea and Oligochaata collected in the Great Lakes region. Bulletin, 

1905 (1906), vol. XXV, p. 153-171, illus., pi. XXXII (col.). Doc. 598 issued 

Aug. 25, 1906. Fll-69 

Osburn, Raymond C.: The Bryozoa of the Woods Hole region. Bulletin, 1910 

(1912), vol. XXX, p. 203-266, pi. XVIII-XXXI. Doc. 760 issued June 25, 1912. 

F12-170 
Rathbun, Richard: [The leech industry.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXII, p. 811-815. 
Treadwell, Aaron Louis: The polychaetous annelids of Porto Rico. Bulletin, 

1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 181-210, illus. Doc. 464 issued Oct. 4, 1901. 

F12-414 
Polychaetous annelids of the Hawaiian Islands, collected by the steamer 

Albatrossin 1902. Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 1145-1181, illus. 

Doc. 388 issued Aug. 8, 1898. Fll-388 

Verrill, Addison Emory: Synopsis of North American fresh- water leeches. Report, 

1872-73 (1874), p. 666-689. Doc. 8 issued 1874. F12-217 

Webster, H. E., and James E. Benedict: The annelida Chaetopoda from Province- 
town and Wellfleet, Massachusetts. Report, 1881 (1884), p. 699-747, VIII pi. 

Doc. 68 issued Apr. 19, 1884. Fll-310 
The annelida Chaetopoda from Eastport, Maine. Report, 1885 (1887), p. 707- 

758, VIII pi. Doc. 117 issued Oct. 31, 1887. Fll-284 

ECHINODERMA. 

Clark, Hubert Lyman: The synaptas of the New England coast. (Literature 
consulted: p. '31.) Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 21-31, pi. 10-11 (partly 
col . ) . Doc. 426 issued Dec. 13,1899. F12-42 

The echinoderms of Porto Rico. Bulletin, 1900 (1902), vol. XX, pt. II, p. 231- 

263, pi. 14-17. Doc. 467 issued Oct. 4, 1901. F12-259 

The echinoderms of the Woods Hole region. ("List of publications referring 



to the echinoderms of the Woods Hole region, or to which reference is made in the 
preceding pages": p. 572-574.) Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 545-576, 
14 pi. Doc. 550 issued June 25, 190$. F12-76 Rev. 

Fisher, Walter Kenrick: The starfishes of the Hawaiian Islands. (Bibliography: 
p. 1120-1121.) Bulletin, 1903 (1906), vol. XXIII, pt. Ill, p. 987-1130, illus., 
XLIX pi. Doc. 599 issued June 30, 1906. Fll-386 

New starfishes from deep water off California and Alaska. Bulletin, 1904 

(1905), vol. XXIV, p. 291-320. Doc. 572 issued June 10, 1905. F12-11 



280 U. S, BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Mead, Albert Davis: The natural history of the starfish. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), 
vol. XIX, p. 203-224, pi. 23-26. Doc. 441 issued Aug. 29, 1900. F12-89 

Rathbun, Richard: [The trepang fishery at Key West.] In The fisheries and fishery 
industries of the United States. 1887. Sec. V, vol. 2, pt. XXII, p. 815-816. 

Swan, James Gilchrist: The trepang fishery. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 333- 
334. F18-604 



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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Ecology. . 283 

Carnivorous and insectivorous 283 

Physiographic regions 283 

Fresh water. 283 

Salt water. . 283 

Algse 284 

Diatoms.. 284 

Commercial use 284 

Bacteria 284 

282 



Part 10. BOTANY. 

ECOLOGY. 
CARNIVOROUS AND INSECTIVOROUS. 

[The Fish-catching bladderwort (Utricularia) .] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 456. 
Forbes, Stephen Alfred: Destruction of fish-food by bladderwort (Utricularia). 
Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 443. F18-360 

Kalperine, E.: Piscivorous plants. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 353-356. 

F18-471 

Moseley, Henry Nottidge: A carnivorous plant preying on Vertebrate. Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 259-260. F18-304 

The fish-eating Utricularia, or bladderwort. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

261. F18-305 

Simms, George E.: A fish-eating plant. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 257-259. 

F18-303 
PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS. 

FRESH WATER. 

Brakeley, JohnH.: [Plants for carp ponds.] Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 159-160. 

Doplittle, A. A.: [The plankton environment: p. 65-77.1 In Fishes of Connecticut 

' lakes and neighboring waters ... by W. C. Kendall and E. L. Goldsborough. 

Report and special papers, 1907 (1908), map, chart. Doc. 633 issued July 6, 1908. 

8-35558 

Hessel, Rudolph: [Grass for carp ponds.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 341. 
Johnson, Robert Sidney: Fish ponds on farms. (Aquatic plants and their value 

in pond fish-culture: p. 15-16.) Appendix II, Report, 1915 (1917), 28 p. Doc. 

826 issued Dec. 15, 1915. F16-79 

Moore, Emmeline: The Potamogetons in relation to pond culture. Bulletin, 1913 

(1915), vol. XXXIII, p. 251-291, pi. XXII-XXX1X. Doc. 815 issued July 28, 

1915. F15-84 



Some plants of importance in pond-fish culture. 



(Bibliography: p. 19-20.) 
oc. 881 issued 'Mar. 24, 1920. 



Appendix IV, Report, 1919 (1921), 20 p., fold, chart. Doc. 

F20-108 
Pieters, Adrian John: The plants of western Lake Erie, with observations on their 

distribution. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 57-79, illus., pi. 11-20. Doc. 

479 issued Oct. 18, 1901. F12-33 

Pond, Raymond Haines: The biological relation of aquatic plants to the substra- 

tum. Report, 1903 (1905), p. 483-526. Doc. 566 issued 1905. Fll-13 

Titcomb, John W.: Aquatic plants in pond culture. Report and special papers, 

1907 (1909), 31 p., pis., illus. Doc. 643 issued Feb. 8, 1909. 9-35225 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Plants and seeds received at the carp ponds.] Bulle- 

tin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 339. 

- [Zizania acquatica for Germany.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 465. 
Ward, Lester Frank: List of water plants for carp ponds. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), 

vol. II, p. 22-23. F12-342 

- Marsh and aquatic plants of the northern United States, many of which are 
suitable for carp ponds. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 257-265. F12-395. 

Yoakum, F. L.: [Water plants in carp culture.] Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 
28-30. 

SALT WATER. 

Davis, Bradley Moore: A biological survey of the waters of Woods Hole and vicinity 
Section II. Botanical. General characteristics of the algal vegetation of Buz- 
zards Bay and Vineyard Sound in the vicinity of Woods Hole. (Literature cited: 
p. 497.) Section IV. A catalogue of marine flora of Woods Hole and vicinity. 
(Bibliography for floral catalogue: p. 832-833.) Bulletin, 1911 (1913), vol. 
XXXI, p. 443-544 incl. tables and charts: p. 795-833. 

Farlow William Gibson: List of the sea- weeds or marine algae of the south coast of 
New England. Report, 1871 and 1872 (1873), p. 281-293. F17-48 

- List of marine algae in the United States. Report, 1875-76 (1878), 28 p. Doc. 
14 issued July, 1876. Fll-207 

- Marine algae of New England and adjacent cousts. (Bibliography: p. 192- 
197.) Report, 1879 (1882), 210 p., XV pi. Doc. 36 issued 1881. Fll-213 

Hoyt, W. D.: Marine algae of Beaufort, N. C., and adjacent regions. (Bibliography: 
p. 539-547.) Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 367-556, vp., illus., 
LXXXIV-CXIX. Doc. 886 issued Dec. 30, 1920. F-21-3 

Martens, J.: Life in the sea. Bulletin, 1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 253-264. F12-362 

283 



284 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

Simmer, Francis Bertody: An intensive study of the fauna and flora of a restricted 
area of sea bottom. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1225-1263, charts 
(1 fold.), fold, diagr. Doc. 716 issued May 14, 1910. 10-35677 



Edwards, Vinal N.: [Notes upon fish and other objects on Cape Cod.] Bulletin, 

1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 69. 

Marsh., Millard Caleb: The treatment of fish-cultural waters for the removal of algae. 
Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 871-890, illus. Doc. 687 issued April, 1910. 

10-35567 

Snow, Julia W.: The plankton algae of Lake Erie, with special reference to the 
Chlorophyceae. (Literature: p. 393.) Bulletin, 1902 (1904), vol. XXII, p. 369- 
394, IV col. pis. Doc. 529 issued Aug. 4, 1903. F12-69 

DIATOMS. 

Gorham, Frederic Pooler [Life-history of diatoms and their relation to lobster- 

fry.] Report, 1903 (1905), p. 176-193, pi. IV-VI. 
Lotsy, Johannes Paulus: Food of the oyster, clam, and ribbed mussel. Report, 

1893 (1895), p. 375-386. Doc. 313 issued 1896. 6^4419 

Mitchell, Philip Henry ^ and Raymond L. Barney: The occurrence in Virginia of 

green-gilled oysters similar to those of Marennes. (Bibliography: p. 149.) Bulle- 

tin, 1915-16(1918), vol. XXXV, p. 137-149. Doc. 850 issued Aug. 11, 1917. F17-247 
Puysegur, M., and John A. Ryder: [On the cause of the greening of oysters, 

by M. Puysegur, with a supplementary note on the coloration of the blood-cor- 

puscles of the oyster by John A. Ryder.] Report, 1882 (1884), p. 793-805. 
Ryder, John A.: [Deposits from seawater in Woods Hole Harbor.] Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 68-69. 

COMMERCIAL USE. 

Clark, A. Howard: [Irish moss industry.] In The fisheries and fishery industries 

of the United States. 1887. Sec. II, pt. Ill, p. 219-220. 

Hoyt, W. D.: [Economic uses of algse.j Bulletin, 1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 405. 
Japan, Bureau of Agriculture: [Utilization of algae.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. 

XIII, p. 434-435. 
Smith, Hugh McCormick: The seaweed industries of Japan. The utilization of 

seaweeds in the United States. (References: p. 136.) Bulletin, 1904 (1905), 

vol. XXIV, p. 133-181, illus., V pi. Doc. 562 issued Feb. 18, 1905. F12-6 

Stevenson, Charles Hugh: [Aquatic plants as fertilizer.] Report, 1902 (1903), 

p. 275-279. 
Swan, James G.: [A preparation from the giant kelp of the Pacific.] Bulletin, 

1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 452. 

- [On the economic value of the giant kelp and other seaweeds of the northwest 
coast of North America.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 371-376. 

[A new gelatinous substance.] Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 373-375. 



TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Irish moss industry.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 285-286. 

White, George F., and Adrian Thomas: Properties of fish and vegetable oil 
mixtures. Bulletin, 1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 183-198, illus. Doc. 785 
issued Feb. 18, 19 14. F14-8 

BACTERIA. 

Clark, A. Howard: [To prevent fish from reddening.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. 

V, p. 79. 
Cobb, John Nathan: [Reddening of cod.] Appendix IV, Report, 1915 (1917), 

p. 75-79. 
Farlow, William G.: On the nature of the peculiar reddening of salted codfish 

during the summer season. Report, 1878 (1880), p. 969-974. F20-120 

Vegetable parasites of codfish. Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol . VI , p. 1-4. F18-521 

[Vegetable parasites on codfish and salt pork.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, 

p. 318. 

Lawrence-Hamilton, J.: Foul fish and filth fevers. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. 

XIII, p. 311-334. Doc. 269 issued 1894. F12-183 

Layet, Alexandre: Experimental hygiene Observations on the red flesh of the 

codfish. Bulletin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 90-95. F18-656 

Mauriac, E.: Cases of poisoning caused by spoiled codfish, and the unnecessary. 

prohibition of the sale of reddened codfish. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 1027-1053 

F17-151 
Stevenson, Charles H.: [Reddening of salted cod.] Bulletin, 1898 (1899), vol. 

XVIII, p. 399. 



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288 

286 



Part 11. CHEMISTRY. 

FISH. 

[Analysis of codfish fresh, salt, and klipfish.] Report, 1885 (1887), p. 326. 
Atwater, Wilber Olin: [Menhaden and other fish and their products as related to 
agriculture.] Report, 1877 (1879), p. 194-226. 

Report of progress of an investigation of the chemical composition and eco- 
nomic values of fish and invertebrates used for food. Undertaken for the United 
States Fish commission. Report, 1880 (1883), p. 231-285 incl. tables. F16-273 

Tables illustrative of the nutritive value of fish. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. 

IV, p. 203-205. F13-97 

Report of analysis of a sample of fish guano made from salmon offal, by Mr. 

Joseph Spratt, of Victoria, British Columbia. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 
238. F13-103 

Contributions to the knowledge of the chemical composition and nutritive 



values of American food fishes and invertebrates. Report, 1883 (1885), p. 433- 
499 incl. tables. Doc. 98 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-242 

The chemical composition and nutritive value of food-fishes and aquatic inver- 
tebrates. Report, 1888-89 (1892), p. 679-868 incl. tables, 9 fold. col. diagr. 
Doc. 185 issued June 2, 1892. Agr. 3-567 

Chittenden, R. H., and George W. Cummins: On the relative digestibility of 
fish flesh in gastric juice. ' Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1109-1122. F17-138 

Cobb, John Nathan: Pacific cod fisheries. (Comparative analysis of Pacific and 
Atlantic cod: p. 76.) Appendix IV, Report, 1915 (1917), 111 p., IX pi., chart. 
Doc. 830 issued Oct. 23, 1916. F16-191 

Coker, Robert Ervin: [Dry mussel meat as food for poultry or fish.] Bulletin, 
1917-18 (1921), vol. XXXVI, p. 62. 

Fuller, Caleb Allen: [Bacteriological analysis of shellfish from Narrangansett Bay.] 
Report, 1904 (1905), p. 218-236. 

Green, Erik H.: The chemical composition of the subdermal connective tissue of 
the ocean sun-fish. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 321-324. Doc. 449 issued 
Aug. SI, 1900. F12-84 

Green, Erik H., and Ralph Winfred Tower: The organic constituents of the 
scales of fish. Bulletin, 1901 (1902), vol. XXI, p. 97-102. Doc. 496 issued May 
26, 1902. F12-272 

Kensington, Edward Thomas: [Composition of the roe of the salmon.] Bulletin, 
1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 74. 

Composition of some of the food-fishes. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 74- 

75. F18-225 

Kostytsclieff, P. A. : Chemical composition of fish products, with some remarks on 
their nutritive value. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 1019-1025. F17-149 

Levene, Phoebus Aaron Theodore: Some chemical changes in the developing 
fish egg. Bulletin, 1899 (1901), vol. XIX, p. 153-155. Doc. 438 issued Aug. 31, 
1900. F12-86 

Ryder, John Adam: [Analysis of the Portuguese and common oyster.] Bulletin, 
1882 (1883), vol. II, p. 319-338. 

Smith, Albert W.: [Composition of the shell and gastroliths of the lobster.! Bul- 
letin, 1895 (1896), vol. XV, p. 227-228 

Tower, Ralph Winfred: The gas in the swim-bladder of fishes. Bulletin, 1901 
(1902), vol. XXI, p. 125-136. Doc. 498 issued May 23, 1902. F12-413 

White, George F., and Adrian Thomas: A new method for the determination 
of the food value of proteins, with application to Cynosdon regalis. Bulletin, 
1912 (1913), vol. XXXII, p. 175-181, illus. Doc. 784 issued Feb. 18, 1914. F14-5 

287 



288 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

WATER. 

Fuller, Cabel Allen: [Bacteriological analysis of water samples from Narragansett 

Bay.] Report, 1904 (1905), p. 207-218. 
Hoffman, R. E.: Artificial sea-water for aquaria. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 

465-467. F13-76 

Kidder, J. H.: Report upon the water supply of the Fish commission station at 

Woods Hole, Mass. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 215-221, illus., fold. pi. F17-124 
Memorandum on water residues from cod-hatching station at Woods Hole. 

Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 357. F18-473 

Marsh, Millard Caleb: [Nitrogen and oxygen content at Nashua.] Report, 1904 

(1905), p. 374. 
Rathbun, Richard: [Analysis of water of Long Island Sound.] Report, 1889-1891 

(1893), p. 118-119. 
Taylor, FredW.: Analysis of artesian- well water from the shad-hatching station at 

Havre de Grace, Md. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 348. F18-145 

IT. S. Bureau of Chemistry: [Analysis of water: p. 14-15.] In Devils Lake, North 

Dakota, by T. E. B. Pope. Report and special papers, 1907 (1909), 22 p. Doc. 

634 issued July 16, 1908. 



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Page. 

Collecting 291 

Preservation 291 

Technique 291 

Aquariums 291 

Biological stations 292 

Expositions 292 

General 292 

United States 292 

Atlanta: Cotton States and International Exposition 292 

Buffalo : Pan-American Exposition 292 

Chicago: World's Fair 292 

Cincinnati: Centennial Exposition 293 

Nashville: Tennessee Centennial Exposition 293 

St. Louis : Louisiana Purchase Exposition 293 

London: International Fishery Exposition 293 

Edinburgh: International Fisheries Exhibition 293 

Berlin: International Fischerei-ausstellung, 1880 294 

Fishery congresses 294 

World's Fisheries Congress, Chicago, 1893 294 

National Fishery Congress, Tampa, 1898 295 

International Fishery Congress, Fourth, Washington, 1908 295 

290 



Part 12. EDUCATION AND RESEARCH. 

COLLECTING. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: Circulars in reference to shipping fresh fish and other 
animals. 4 p. ^Doc. 29 issued 1881. F14-135 

The instruction of naval midshipmen in taxidermy, ichthyology, etc., at the 
U. S. National museum and on board the steamers of the United States Fish 
commission. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 239. F12-394 

On the specimens received by the Smithsonian institution from the United 



States Life-saving service. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 177-178. F13-93 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: List of fishes distributed by the United States Fish 
commission . Report, 1882 ( 1884) , p . 1039-1044 . F16-307 

Ryder, John Adam: Directions for collecting embiotocoid fish embryos. Bulletin, 
1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 32. F18-369 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: Arrangement with the life-saving service and the light- 
house board for collecting whales, porpoise, sharks, and strange forms of marine 
life. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 385-387.^ F18-343 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: Distribution of duplicate sets of marine invertebrates, 
1879-1886. Report, 1886 (1889), p. 843-867. 

PRESERVATION. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Directions for collecting and preserving fish. 1881, 6 p. 

Doc. 30 issued 1881 . F12-211 
Directions for collecting and preserving fish. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, 

p. 197-200. F12-211 

Brooks, William Keith: [New method for preserving delicate organisms.] Quoted by 

Ryder. Report, 1888-89 (1891), p. 519. 
Figgins, J. D.: New methods of preparing fishes for museum exhibit. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1357-1368. Doc. 724 issued 1910. 10-35653 

Franklin, Dwight: A method of preparing fish for museum and exhibition purposes. 

Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1353-1355, pi. CXLII. Doc. 723 issued 

1910. 
Holder, Charles Frederick: A plan for an educational exhibit of fishes. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1309-1314. Doc. 720 issued May, 1910. 10-35651 
Lucas, Frederic Augustus: Outline of educational exhibit of fishes. Bulletin, 

1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1341-1351. Doc. 722 issued 1910. 10-35678 

Miner, Roy Waldo: A plan for an educational exhibit of fishes. Bulletin, 1908 

(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1215-1340, pi. CXXVI-CXLI. Doc. 721 issued May 20, 

1910. 

Ryder, John Adam: On the preservation of embryonic materials and small organ- 
isms, together with hints upon embedding and mounting sections serially. Report, 

1882 (1884), p. 607-628. Doc. 76 issued Aug. 12, 1884. Fll-274 

Seal, William P.: The keeping of Salmonidse for purposes of exhibition. Bulletin, 

1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 283-285, illus. F18-676 

Tanner, Zera Luther: [Preparation and preservation of specimens.] Bulletin. 

1896 (1897), vol. XVI, p. 404-417. 

TECHNIQUE. 

Crozier, William J./ and Selig Hecht: Correlation of weight, length, and other 
body measurements in the weakfish, Cynoscion regalis. Bulletin, 1913 (1915), 
vol. XXXIII, p. 141-147, illus. Doc. 800 issued Sept. 17, 1914. F14-101 

Snyder, John Otterbein: [Diagram for taking measurements of fish.] Bulletin, 
1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 79, illus. 

AQUARIUMS. 

Blake, William Phipps: A report to the United States Centennial commission 
upon the principal aquariums abroad in 1873. Report, 1882 (1884), p. 631-640, 
illus. F16-308 

Forbes, S. A.: The aquarium of the U. S. Fish commission at the World's Colum- 
bian exposition. Report of the Director. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, 
p. 143-158. Doc. 253 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

291 



292 u. s. BUREAU or FISHERIES. 

Hoffman, B. E.: Artificial sea-water for aquaria. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, 
p. 465-467. F13-76 

Holder, Charles Frederick: A method of transporting live fishes. Bulletin, 1908 
(1910), vol. XXVIII, p. 1005-1007. Doc. 702 issued Apr., 1910. 10-35427 

Norsk Fiskeritidende: [Purifying water in glass aquariums.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 
vol. VI, p. 401. 

Beeves, I. S. K.: Description of the fresh and salt-water supply and pumping 

Slants used for the aquarium. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 159-161. 
oc. 253 issued June 26, 1894. F12-183 

Ryder, John Adam: [Improvements in methods of display.] Report, 1888-89 (1892), 
p.521.^ 

Seal, William P.: The aqua-vivarium as an aid to biological research. Report, 
1883 (1885), p. 965-969. Doc. 102 issued Aug. 16, 1886. Fll-246 

The aquarium. A brief exposition of its principles and management. Bul- 
letin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 274-282. Fll-331 

An inquiry as to the proper methods for the care of living things held for 

popular amusement and instruction or for purposes of biological research. Bul- 
letin, 1887 (1889), vol. VII, p. 285-287, pi. I-II. F18-677 

Observations on the aquaria of the United States Fish commission at Central 

station, Washington, D. C. Bulletin, 1890 (1892), vol. X, p. 1-12, illus., IV pi. 
Doc. 186 issued Feb. 11, 1892. 7-1837 

BIOLOGICAL STATIONS. 

[The American representation at the Naples Zoological station.] Bulletin, 1885 

(1885), vol. V, p. 466. 
Dohrn, Anton, i. e. Felix Anton: The zoological station at Naples, Italy. Bulletin, 

1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 433-435 incl. tables. Fl8 r 166 

Evermann, Barton Warren: [The necessity of a biological station in Florida.] 

Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 207-208. 
Mclntosh, W. C.: Fish-cultural investigations at St. Andrews Marine Laboratory, 

Scotland. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), vol. XIII, p. 241-256. Doc. 261 issued June 26, 

1894. F12-183 

Meek, Seth Eugene: The utility of a biological station on the Florida coast in its 

relation to the commercial fisheries. Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 181- 

183. Doc. 367 issued Aug. 8, 1898. F12-110 

Smith, Hu^h McCormick: Notes on Biscayne Bay, Florida, with reference to its 

adaptability as the site of a marine hatching and experiment station. Appendix 

2, Report, 1895 (1896), p. 169-191. Doc. 333 issued June 8, 1897. Fll-196 

Taylor, W. Edgar: Establishment of a biological station on the Gulf of Mexico. 

Bulletin, 1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 185-188. Doc. 368 issued Aug . 8, 1898. F12-110 

EXPOSITIONS. 

GENERAL. 

Feddersen, Arthur Frederik: Abstract of an article from the "Nordisk tidsskrift 
for fiskeri," 1878, entitled "Observations on fishery expositions," etc. Report, 
1878 (1880), p. 43-45. F16-153 

UNITED STATES. 

ATLANTA: COTTON STATES AND INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION. 

Bavenel, William de Chastignier: Report of the representatives of the U. S. Fish 
commission at the Cotton states and international exposition at Atlanta, Georgia, 
in 1895. Report, 1896 (1898), p. 147-167, pi. 11-21. Doc. 338 issued June 14, 1897. 

BUFFALO: PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. 

Bavenel, William de Chastignier: The Pan-American exposition. Report of the 
representative of the U. S. Fish commission. Report, 1901 (1902), p. 289-351, 
pi. 6-20. Doc. 508 issued Oct. 27, 1902. Fll-26 

CHICAGO: WORLD'S FAIR. 

Bean, Tarleton Hoffman: Report of the representatives of the U. S. Fish com- 
mission at the World's Columbian exposition. Report, 1894 (1896), p. 177-196, 
pi. 1-5. Doc. 311 issued Nov. 30, 1896. Fll-186 



ANALYTICAL SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 293 

CINCINNATI: CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION. 

Collins, Joseph William: Report upon the participation of the U. S. Fish commis- 
sion in the Centennial exposition held at Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1888. Report, 
1888-89 (1892), p. 869-885, pi. XC. Doc. 191 issued 1892. F12-229 

NASHVILLE: TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION. 

Bavenel, William de Chastignier: Report upon the exhibit of the United States 
Commission of fish and fisheries at the Tennessee Centennial exposition in 1897. 
Report, 1898 (1899), p. 329-339, pi. 37. Doc. 407 issued Mar. 28, 1899. 

Fll-118 

ST. LOUIS: LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION. 

Ravenel, W. de C.: The United States Commission of fish and fisheries, and its 
exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904. 54 p. 
(Gibson, Washington.) 

LONDON: INTERNATIONAL FISHERY EXPOSITION. 

Benecke, Barthold Adolph: The results of the London Fisheries exhibition in 
their practical value for Germany. Report, 1884 (1886), p. 1185-1204 

F18-141 

Ljungman, Axel Villielm: Sweden at the great International fishery exposition 
at London, 1883. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 231-239. F18-128 

Lowell, James Russell: Success of the United States exhibit at the London Inter- 
national fisheries exhibition. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 447-448. 

F18-180 

Thanks of the executive committee of the London International fisheries 

exhibition for the participation by the United States. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 291-292. F18-315 

TJ. S. Bureau of Fisheries: [Great International fisheries exhibition: catalogues.] 

a. Preliminary catalogue and synopsis of the collections exhibited by the United 

States Fish commission and by special exhibitors. With a concordance to 
the official classification of the exhibition. 107 p. Doc. 54 issued May 25, 
1883. _ F12-291 

b. Collection of economic crustaceans, worms, echinoderms and sponges, by 

Richard Rathbun. 31 p. Doc. 55 issued May 22, 1883. F12-292 

c. Catalogue of the aquatic and fish-eating birds exhibited by the United States 

National museum, by Robert Ridgway. 48 p. Doc. 56 issued May 22, 1883. 

F20-140 

d. Catalogue of the economic mpllusca and the apparatus and appliances used in 

their capture and preparation for market, exhibited by the United States 
National museum, by Francis Winslow. 86 p. Doc. 57 issued June 14, 1883. 

F12-293 

e. The whale fishery and its appliances, by James Temple Brown. 116 p. Doc. 

58 issued June 14, 1883. 8-27229 

f. Catalogue of the collections of fishes exhibited by the United States National 

museum, by Tarleton H. Bean. 124 p. Doc. 59 issued June SO, 1883. 

F12-295 

g. Descriptive catalogue of the collection illustrating the scientific investigation 

of the sea and fresh waters, by Richard Rathbun. 109 p. Doc. 69 issued 

Apr. 19, 1884. F12-296 

h. Catalogue of the aquatic mammals exhibited by the United States National 

museum, by F. W. True. 22 p. Doc. 74 issued May 9, 1884. F12-297 

EDINBURGH: INTERNATIONAL FISHERIES EXHIBITION. 

Leonard, J. A.: Plan of the International fisheries exhibition to be held at Edin- 
burgh, Scotland, and a list of prizes to be awarded. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol 

I, p. 390-394. F20-128 
A report on the Edinburgh fisheries exhibition. Bulletin, 1882 (1883) vol 

II, p. 80-82. t F18-77 
Official papers relating to the proposed International fisheries exhibition at Edin- 
burgh in 1882. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 130-132. F18-29 



294 U. S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. 

BERLIN: INTERNATIONAL FISCHEREI-AUSSTELLUNG, 1880. 

Haack, Hermann: A German view of the American section in the Berlin Fishery 
exhibition. Bulletin, 1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 57-58. F18-18 

The United States exhibit at the Berlin International fishery exposition of 1880. 
Tr. by Herman Jacobson. 1884, p. 53-58. F16-319 

FISHERY CONGRESSES. 
WORLD'S FISHERIES CONGRESS, CHICAGO, 1893. 

World's Fisheries Congress, Chicago, 1893: Report and papers of the World's 
fisheries congress, held at Chicago, October 16 to 19, 1893. Bulletin, 1893 (1894), 
vol. XIII, 462 p., illus., 41 pi. (partly col.). F12-183 

Contents. 1. Report of the secretary of the general committee, by T. H. 
Bean. 2. Address of the chairman of the general committee on the World's 
fisheries congress, by M. McDonald. 3. The assimilation of the fishery laws of 
the Great Lakes, by G. A. MacCallum. 4. The decrease of food-fishes in American 
waters and some of the causes, by A. M. Spangler. 5. The sea and coast fisheries, 
by D. T. Church. 6. Our ocean fishes and the effect of legislation upon the fish- 
eries, by J. M. K. Southwick. 7. The past, present, and future of trout-culture, 
by W. L. Gilbert. 8. The relation of scientific research to economic problems, 
by G. B. Goode. 9. Biological research in relation to the fisheries, by J. A. Ryder. 
10. On the influence of light on the periodical depth-migrations of pelagic animals, 
by J. Loeb. 11. The investigation of rivers and lakes with reference to the fish 
environment, by B. W. Evermann. 12. The habits and development of the 
lobster, and their bearing upon its artificial propagation, by F. H. Herrick. 13. 
The origin of the food of marine animals, by W. K. Brooks. 14. Atmospheric and 
other influences upon the migration of fishes, by J. J. Armistead. 15. Some ob- 
servations concerning fish parasites, by E. Linton. 16. On the food of the men- 
haden, by J. I. Peck. 17. Some plankton studies in the Great Lakes, by J. E. 
Reighard. 18. The aquarium of the United States Fish commission at the World's 
Columbian exposition, by S. A. Forbes. Description of the fresh and salt water 
supply and pumping plants used for the aquarium, by I. S. K. Reeves. Obser- 
vations and experiments on Saprolegnia infesting fish, by G. P. Clinton. Re- 
port on a parasitic protozoan observed on fish in the aquarium, by C. W. 
Stiles. 19. Opening remarks of the chairman of the fish-cultural section of the 
Fisheries congress, by E. G. Blackford. 20. Statistical review of fish-culture in 
Europe and North America, by N. Bprodine. 21. Some notes about American 
fish-culture, by O. Nordqvist. 22. Fish-culture in Michigan, by H. Post. 23. 
History and methods of whitefish culture, by F. N. Clark. 24. Methods em- 
ployed at Craig Brook station in rearing young salmonoid fishes, by C. G. Atkins. 
25. The propagation of black bass in ponds, by W. F. Page. 26. Fish and fishing 
in British Guiana, by J. J. Quelch. 27. Fish-cultural investigations at St. An- 
drews marine laboratory, Scotland, by W. C. Mclntosh. 28. Description of the 
marine hatchery at Dunbar, Scotland, by T. W. Fulton. 29. The past, present, 
and future of the oyster industry of Georgia, by A. Oemler. 30. Deep-water 
oyster culture, by H. C. Rowe. 31. Breeding natural food artificially for young 
fish artificially hatched, by A. N. Cheney. 32. What we know of the lobster, by 
F. Mather. 33. Remarks on the maintenance and improvement of the American 
fisheries, by H. M. Smith. 34. Reforms and improvements suggested for the 
fisheries of Great Britain and Ireland, by J. Lawrence-Hamilton. 35. Foul fish 
and filth fevers, by J. Lawrence-Hamilton. 36. Recent experiments in sturgeon 
hatching on the Delaware River, by B. Dean. 37. The fisheries of Canada, by 
L. Z. Joncas. 38. The fishing industry of Lake Erie, past and present, by C. M. 
Keyes. 39. The fisheries of the Virginia coast, by J. T. Wilkins. 40. Notes on 
the Irish mackerel fisheries, by W. S. Green. 41. Past and future of the fur seal, 
by J. Stanley-Brown. 42. Notes on the fisheries and fishery industries of Puget 
Sound, by J. G. Swan. 43. Fish nets: some account of their construction and 
the application of the various forms in American fisheries, by C. H. Augur. 44. 
Statistics of the fisheries of the United States, by H. M. Smith. 45. The fisheries 
of Japan, by the Japanese Bureau of Agriculture. 46. On pearls, and the utili- 
zation and application of the shells in which they are found in the ornamental 
arts, as shown at the World's Columbian exposition, by G. F. Kunz. 



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NATIONAL FISHERY CONGRESS, TAMPA, 1898. 

National Fishery Congress, Tampa, 1898: Proceedings and papers of the 
National fishery congress, held at Tampa, Florida, January 19-24, 1898. Bulletin, 
1897 (1898), vol. XVII, p. 145-371, illus., pi. 10-31. F12-110 

Contents. Proceedings of the congress. Methods of plankton investigation in 
their relation to practical problems, by J. Reighard. The importance of extended 
scientific investigation, by H. C. Bumpus. The utility of a biological station 
on the Florida coast in its'relation to the commercial fisheries, by Seth E. Meek. 
Establishment of a biological station on the Gulf of Mexico, by W. E. Taylor. 
Some notes on American ship worms, by C. P. Sigerfoos. An economical con- 
sideration of fish parasites, by Edwin Lin ton. The fish fauna of Florida, by 
B. W. Evermann. The lampreys of central New York, by H. A. Surface. The 
protection of the lobster fishery, by F. H. Herrick. The Florida commercial 
sponges, by H. M. Smith. On the feasibility of raising sponges from the egg, 
bv H. V Wilson. The Hudson River as a salmon stream, by A. N. Cheney. A 
plea for the development and protection of Florida fish and fisheries, by'j. A. 
Henshall. International protection for the denizens of the sea and waterways, 
by B. W. James. The restricted inland range of shad due to artificial obstructions 
and its effect on natural reproduction, by C. H. Stevenson. The green turtle 
and the possibilities of its protection and consequent increase on the Florida 
coast, by Ralph M. Munroe. Some factors in the oyster problem, by H. F. Moore. 
The oyster grounds of the west Florida coast: their extent, condition, and pecu- 
liarities, by F. Swift. The oysters and oyster beds of Florida, by John G. Ruge. 
The Louisiana oyster industry, by F. C. Zacharie. The oyster-bars of the west 
coast of Florida: their depletion and restoration, by H. A. Snieltz. Notes on the 
fishing industry of eastern Florida, by J. Y. Detwiler. Oysters and oyster- 
culture in Texas, by I. P. Kibbe. The methods, limitations, and results of 
whitefish culture in Lake Erie, by J. J. Stranahan. A brief history of the gather- 
ing of fresh- water pearls in the United States, by G. F. Kunz. The red snapper 
fisheries: their past, present, and future, by A. F. Warren. Some brief reminis- 
cences of the early days of fish-culture in the United States, by L. Stone. The 
relations between State fish commissions and commercial fishermen, by W. E. 
Meehan. Possibilities for an increased development of Florida's fishery resources, 
by J. N. Cobb. The utility and methods of mackerel propagation, by J. P. 
Moore. The large-mouthed black bass in Utah, by John Sharp. Florfda fur- 
farming, by J. M. Willson, jr. Index. 



INTERNATIONAL FISHERY CONGRESS, FOURTH, WASHINGTON, 1908. 

International Fishery Congress, Fourth, Washington, 1908: Proceedings of 
the Fourth International fishery congress: Organization and sessional business, 
papers, and discussions. Held at Washington, U. S. A., September 22 to 26, 
1908. Bulletin, 1908 (1910), vol. XXVIII, 2 parts, illus., CLVI pi. (partly col. 2 
fold.). 11-5437 

Contents. Pt. 1. Organization and sessional business. International regula- 
tions of the fisheries on the high seas [3 papers], by O. T. Olsen, C. E. Fryer, 
C. H. Stevenson. Work of the International fisheries commission of Great 
Britain and the United States, by D. S. Jordan. Some reasons for failure of 
fish protective legislation and some suggested remedies, by O. M. Dennis. 
National aspects of angling and the protection of game fishes, by H. W. Perce. 
Sport fishing in California and Florida, by C. F. Holder. Lobsters and the 
looster problem in Massachusetts, by G. W. Field. A method of lobster culture, 
by A. D. Mead. Sea mussels and dogfish as food, by I. A. Field. The wholesome- 
ness of oysters as food, by H. C. Rowe. Effects of menhaden fishing upon the 
supply of menhaden and of the fishes that prey upon them, by W. E. Hathaway. 
Effects of the menhaden and mackerel fisheries upon the fish supply, by W. C. 
Kendall. An improved and practical method of packing fish for transportation, 
by A. Soiling. A process for preserving the pearl-oyster fisheries and for increas- 
ing the value of the yield of pearls, by J. I. Solomon. Fur seals and the seal 
fisheries, by C. H. Townsend. Economic conditions of the fisheries in Italy, by 
Guido Rossati. The fisheries and the guano industry of Peru, by R. E. Coker. 
The fisheries of China, by Wei-Ching W. Yen. The fisheries of Japan, from a 
geographical standpoint, by T. Kitahara. Gold fish and their culture in Japan, 
by Shmnosuke Matsubara. Commercial sponges and the sponge fisheries, by 
H. F. Moore. The abuse of the scaphander in the sponge fisheries, by Ch. 



296 u. s. BUREAU or FISHERIES. 

Flegel. A practical method of sponge culture, by H. F. Moore. Sponge culture, 
by Jules Cotte. Experiments in the artificial propagation of fresh- water mussels, 
by George Lefevre and W. G. Curtis. A plan for promoting the whitefish pro- 
duction of the Great Lakes [3 papers], by S. W. Downing, F. N. Clark, Paul 
Reighard. 

Pt. 2. Fish-cultural practices in the Bureau of Fisheries, by J. W. Titcomb. 
A new principle of aquiculture and transportation of live fishes, by A. D. Mead. 
Method of cultivating rainbow trout and other Sal monidse, by C. L. Paige. Pos- 
sible expansion of shad-hatchery work, by S. G. Worth. The comparative value 
of foods for rainbow trout and other salmon oids, by C. L. Paige. Apparatus and 
methods employed at the marine fish hatchery at Flodevig, Norway, by G. M. 
Dannevig. The utility of sea-fish hatching, by G. M. Dannevig. Propagation 
and protection of the Rhine salmon, by P. P. C. Hoek. Fishes in their relation 
to the mosquito problem, by W. P. Seal. Foods for young salmon oid fishes, by 
C. G. Atkins. Fresh-water shrimp, a natural fish food, by S. G. Worth. The 
cultivation of the turbot, by R. Anthony. The treatment of fish-cultural waters 
for the removal of algse, by M. C. Marsh and R. K. Robinson. Notes on the 
dissolved content of water in its effect upon fishes, by M. C. Marsh. Cause of 
disease in young salmonoids, by Eugene Vincent. Radical prevention of Costia 
necatrix in salmonoid fry, by Johann Franke. Treatment of fungus on fishes in 
captivity, by L. B. Spencer. Methods of combating fungus on fishes in captivity, 
by C. F. Holder. A new method of combating fungus on fishes in captivity, by 
Paul Zirzow. Eighteen months' experience with a disease of brook trout, by- 
Albert Rosenberg. American fishes in Italy, by Giuseppe Besana. Acclima- 
tization of American fishes in Argentina, by E. A. Tulian. The introduction of 
American fishes into New Zealand, by L. F. Ayson. Naturalization of American 
fishes in Austrian waters, by Franz von Pirko. ' Causes of degeneration of Ameri- 
can trputs in Austria, by Johann Franke. New and improved devices for fish 
culturists, by A. E. Fuller. A device for counting young fish, by R. K. Robinson. 
A method of transporting live fishes, by C. F. Holder. A method of measuring 
fish eggs, by H. von Bayer. An improvement in hatching and rearing boxes, 
with notes on continuous feeding of the fry of Salmonidae, by G. E. Simms. 
Devices for use in fish hatcheries and aquaria, by Eugene Vincent. New methods 
of transporting eggs and fish, by W. S. Kincaid. Fishways, by H. von Bayer. 
A plea for observation of the habits of fishes and against undue generalization, 
by Theodore Gill. The habits and life history of the toadfish (Opsanus tail), by 
E. W. Gudger. Methods of studying the habits of fishes and recording their 
life histories; with an account of the breeding habits of the horned dace, by 
Jacob Reighard. A method of observing the habits and recording the life his- 
tories of fishes, by C. F. Holder. Effects of changes in the density of water upon 
the blood of fishes, by G. G. Scott. Internal parasites of the Sebago salmon, by 
H. B. Ward. Notes on the flesh parasites of marine food fishes, by Edwin Linton. 
Structure and functions of the ear of the squeteague, by G. H. Parker. An 
intensive study of the fauna and flora of a restricted area of sea bottom, by F. B- 
Sumner. Development of sponges from tissue cells outside the body of the parent, 
by H. V. Wilson. Gases dissolved in the waters of Wisconsin lakes, by E. A. 
Birge. Volumetric studies of the food and feeding of oysters, by H. F. Moore. 
A plan for an educational exhibit of fishes [2 papers], by C. F. Holder and R. W. 
Miner. Outline for an educational exhibit of fishes, by F. A. Lucas. A method 
of preparing fish for museum and exhibition purposes, by Dwight Franklin. 
New method of preparing fishes for museum exhibit, by J. D. Figgins. The 
United States Bureau of Fisheries: its establishment, functions, organization, 
resources, operations, and achievements, by H. M. Smith. General index. 



Part 13. UNCLASSIFIED 



297 



Part 13. UNCLASSIFIED. 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton: Purchase of Professor Poey's Ichthyologia Cubana by 
the Spanish government. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 439. F18-169 

Boeck, G.: How to strengthen the dunes. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 38-40. 

F18-374 

Ffennel, Henry: [What fish sometimes swallow.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 
78. 

Garman, Samuel: In regard to the "sea-serpent" of literature. Bulletin, 1884 
(1884), vol. IV, p. 128. F18-246 

Hanna, S. W.: Description of an eel-like creature taken in a net at New Harbor, 
Maine, in 1880. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 407-410, illus. F18-153 

Hartung, G.: An account of the Loffoden Islands of Norway. Report, 1877 (1879), 
p. 559-564. F16-109 

Herndon, C. G.: Sanitary report on old Providence Island, United States of Co- 
lombia. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV, p. 412-414. F18-352 

Johnson, George A.: A mud slough on the Grand Banks. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), 
vol. V, p. 291-292. F18-444 

Kidder, Jerome H.: Hints for emergencies. Prepared for the use of field parties 
of the United States Fish commission. [1877.] Fll-208 

The Bower-Barff rustless iron. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 151-154. 

F18-394 

Magie, William Francis: [Report upon atmospheric electricity.] Bulletin, 1889 
(1891), vol. IX, p. 408-410. 

Marquette, George R.: Extraordinary floods in the Potomac River. Bulletin, 
1881 (1882), vol. I, p. 258. F18-46 

Michigan, State Board of Fish Commissioners: Minute upon the death of Oren 
M. Chase, George W. Armstrong, and Charles H. Brownell. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), 
vol. IV, p. 83-85. F18-231 

Morris, Alfred: [A sea-monster.] Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 78-79. 

Proctor, Richard Anthony: A marine monster. Bulletin, 1884 (1884), vol. IV. p. 
55-56. F18-218 

- Monster sea-serpents. Bulletin, 1885 (1885), vol. V, p. 325-328. e F18-466 

Reighard, Jacob Ellsworth: The photography of aquatic animals in their natural 
environment. Bulletin, 1907 (1908), vol. XXVII, p. 41-68, illus., pis. Doc. 635 
issued Aug. 22, 1908. 8-35640 

Schufeldt, Robert Wilson: Experiments in photography of live fishes. Bulletin, 
1899 (1901), vol. XIX, 5 p. 9 pi. Doc. 424 issued Dec. 13, 1899. f F12-40 

Smiley, Charles Wesley: A list of the names and addresses of the fish commissioners 
of the various States of the United States, and of the superintendents of hatch- 
eries, corrected to June 1, 1883, with some indication of the limits of the terms 
upon which they are now serving. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 117-122. 

F18-118 

A list of the names of all persons who have been appointed commissioners of 

fisheries of the various States of the United States, with their addresses, and the 
dates of their terms of service. Bulletin, 1883 (1883), vol. Ill, p. 123-127. 

F18-119 
Swan, J. G.: [Construction of canoes made byMakah Indians.] Bulletin, 1890 (1892), 

vol. X, p. 19-20. 
Wilcox, W. A. [A vessel struck four times by a swordfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), 

vol. VI, p. 143-144. 

[A man killed by a swordfish.] Bulletin, 1886 (1887), vol. VI, p. 411-412. 

298 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 



Page. 

Abbe, W. A 55, 196, 198 

Abbott, Charles Conrad 84,88,91 

Abernethy.A. S 70,203 

Achtenberg, Henrietta 28,32,38,42,43,45,49,68 

Adams, A. C 18,167 

Adams, Andrew Leith 

Adams, Emma Hildreth 216 

Alexander, Alvin Burton 14, 68, 

150, 151, 159, 160, 166, 176, 180, 181, 
186, 189, 191, 193, 195, 203, 216, 259, 268 

Alger Charles J 29 

Allen' Joel Aseph 165 

Aller,'Henry D 129, 166, 

167 182, 192, 194, 196, 201, 208, 213, 214, 216, 226, 233 

Allport , Morton 122, 129 

Amelin. John 178 

American-Canadian Boundary Com mission.. 184 

American Carp Culture Association 221 

Ancher, Ernst 189 

Anderson, John 50, 70, 129, 176 

Anderson, O. P 30 

Anderssen, Joakim 165, 168, 175, 190,214,219 

Annaniassen , Abraham 149, 177, 189, 219 

Annin, James 42 

Anthony, O. C 125 

Anthony , Raoul Louis Ferdinand 68, 138 

Applegate. J. P 207 

Arapian, E. J 273 

Armistead, A. Wilson 120 

Armistead , J. J 47 

Arnold , Isaac 54, 122 

Atkins, Charles G 30, 34, 35, 45, 47, 49, 70, 99. 

102, 103, 125, 129, 138, 164, 165, 168, 201, 203, 260 

Atwater, Wilbur Olin 56, 70, 213, 221,2-53,287 

At wood, Nathaniel E.. . 63. 146,165, 168, 183, 192,214 

Augur, C. H 188 

A very , F. W 191 

Ayson, L. F 121 

B. . 267 

Babbitt , John O 55, 198 

Babcock, William C 55. 104, 132, 205 

Babson, F. J 197 

Bache,R. M 244 

Baird, George Washington 13 

Baird , Spencer Fullerton 9, 13. 16, 18, 27, 30, 35, 

41,42,44,45,47,50,68,69,81,82, 
87, 122,126,127,132,139,145,147, 
148, 150, 159, 164, 165, 169, 171 ,172, 
173, 181, 186, 187, 189, 203, 204,206, 
214,215,219, 221,225.291,298 

Baldwin, Charles H 93, 179 

Ball.E.M 201 

Banmeyer, M 119 

Barber ; C. H 70, 129 

Barbour,C. H 135 

Barfurth,D 30,70 

Barin, L. T 47,70 

Barker, E. L 55,198 

Barnes, A. G 59,123 

Barnes, William M 65 

Barney, Raymond L 238,241,284 

Barnston, George 76,209 

Bartet , C 75, 119, 131 

Bartlett, John R 50 

Bartlett , Sylvester P 4 7, 54, 112, 126 

Battle, John D 16,246,251 

Bavarian Fishery Association 114 

Bayer, Hector von 138, 164 

Bean, Barton A 45, 84, 86. 90, 168 

Bean, Tar leton Hoffman 18,30,34, 3o, 42,44, 

55,67,70,74,82,83,87,88,92,94,117,122,129, 
137, 138,165,166,200,201,205,291,292,293 

Beardslee, lister Anthony 14 

Beardsley , Arthur Eugene 42 

Beckley , Emma Metcalf 187 

Behr, Friedrich von 59, 

70, 114, 120, 123, 138, 139, 147,217 
Benecke, Bert hold Adolf. . . 30, 



Page. 

Benedict , James E 270, 279 

Berry, Samuel Stillman 260, 262 

Bertram, James G 147, 176, 177 

Besana. Giuseppe 120 

Bettom, Eugenio 43, 113, 120, 123, 129, 138 

Bigelow, Henry Bryant 16 

Bigelow, Maurice Alpheus 270 

Bigelow, Robert Payne 270 

Birge , Edward A 21, 22, 42 

Bissell, John H 173, 174 

Blackford, Eugene Gilbert 19, 41, 

47.55,59,111.117,161,162,196,205,206,245,251 

Blake, William Phipps 291 

Bland, John 150 

Boake, Bancroft 45 

Boardman, W. H 268 

Boeck, Axel,i. e. Jonas Axel. . . . 4^,55,178,211,269 

Boeck,G 298 

Boepple, Johann Frederick 262 

Bolfman, Charles Harvy 54, 87 

Borne, Max von dem 54, 

59, 114, 120, 122, 123, 138, 139,215,247 

Borodine, Nicolas A 51,111,113,115,134 

Boston Daily Advertiser 194 

Bottemanne, C. J 70, 120, 129 

Bouchon-Brandely , Germain 113, 

114,242,247,248,259 

Bower, Seymour 70, 137 

Bower, Ward Taft -. . . . 50, 129, 130, 149, 16fi, 167, 

182, 192, 194, 195, 201, 208, 213, 214, 216, 226, 227, 228 

gowers, George Meade 150 
owers, Luther J 40 

Brakeley, John H 40, 59, 123, 233, 283 

Brant, Martin 219 

Brevoort, J. Carson 221 

Brice, John J 7,45,70,99,129,146,225,230,273 

Broca, P. de 68, 194, 244,249.253 

Brocchi, P 30,52,247 

Brooks, William Keith 30, 242, 243, 291 

Brouster.E.B 190 

Brown, /. E 101 

Brown, J. J 35 

Brown, James Temple 165, 225, 228, 293 

Brumme 30, 114 

Buccich 273 

Buch, Sophus Andreas 45, 55, 211, 243 

Buck, H. H 71,137 

Buckingham, R. H 167 

Burnpus, Hermon Cary 43, 66, 208, 219, 265 

Bunce, Henry C 245 

Burke, Charles Victor 83,94 

Burns, Frank 79 

Bush. Katherine Jeanette 16,261 

Butcher, E. Z 59 

Caird, James T... 177 

Caldwell, John K 180 

California Laws, Statutes, etc 253 

California State Fisheries Commission 185 

Calkins, Gary Nathan... 277 

Campbell, J.B 50,83,112 

Canfield , Harry L 59, 190 

Cape Ann Breeze 153 

Carpenter. Charles 42 

Carr, T. F. Robertson 55, 177, 210 

Carrington, William T 161 

Carswell, James . . 126 

Cary.H. H 27, 43, 55, 60, 123, 132, 205 

Casella, Louis P 14 

Casto, L. P 48 

Causans, Viscount de 114 

Cerda, Juan de la C 118 

Certes, A 277 

Chabot-Karlen 30, 114 

Chadwick, B. P ..78,145,196 

Chalker, Robert B 55,205 

Chamberlain, Frederick M 30, 40, 

42, 44, 48, 50, 71, 100, 130, 166, 182, 192, 
194,195,201,202,208,216,227,228,233 



42,45,48,70,123,139,147,150,177,212,293 ' Chamberlain, T 35 

299 



300 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 



Page. 

Chambers, W. Oldham 120 

Chapman. Pearson 55, 145. 196, 207 

Cheever, Henry T 35 

Cheney , A. Nelson 30, 48, 71, 130 

Chicago Tribune 191 

Chittenden, Newton H 216 

Chittenden, Russel Henry 222, 287 

Christensen, R 187 

Christoffers, Harry J 166, 227 , 230 

Church Danie IT 65, 145, 198 

Churchill, Edward Perry 238, 

239, 240, 242, 243, 244, 249, 253, 265, 266,267,269 

Clagett,J.C 54 

Clark, Alonzo Howard. . . . 30, 40, 78, 82, 158, 165. 167, 
169, 170, 172, 197, 198, 208, 214, 220, 226, 228,284 

Clark, D.C 30 

Clark, Frank Nelson .. 30,55, 

71, 99, 104, 105, 117, 126, 130, 132, 135, 137, 139 

Clark, George A 227 

Clark, Howard Walton. . 90, 233, 255, 256, 257, 261, 262 

Clark, Hubert Lyman 279 

Clarke, H. R 71,84,135 

Clinton, G. P 34 

Cobb, John Nathan 30, 48, 50, 51, 63, 71, 116, 130, 

149, 150, 151, 159, 160, 161, 163, 164, 166, 169, 171, 
180, 182, 184, 185, 187, 192, 193, 194, 195,196,201, 
202, 203, 208, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218,219,220, 
221 226, 227, 229, 249, 267, 268, 269, 273, 284, 287 

Cockerell, Theodore Dm Alison 39 

Cocks, Alfred Heneage 228 

Coe, Wesley Roswell 15,278 

Coker, Robert Ervin. . . 8, 27, 48, 52, 164, 175, 217, 219, 
255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 261, 262, 265,266, 287 

Colburn, John F 248 

Cole, Leon Jacob 17, 30, 

34, 37, 39, 40, 42, 44, 48, 60, 123, 191, 222 

Collins,D. E 18.30,48 

Collins, JohnD 71,130 

Collins, Joseph William 13, 15, 17, 30, 35, 42, 

48, 50, 55, 56, 63, 64, 66, 68, 78, 117, 126, 146, 
148, 149, 150, 159, 160, 162, 165, 166, 167,168, 
169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 
179, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194,195, 
196, 197, 198, 200, 201, 203, 204, 207, 208, 210, 
213, 216, 219, 220, 221, 222, 225, 226, 228, 234, 
240, 248, 250, 252, 253, 255, 260, 273, 278, 293 

Colson, C. Bunting 242 

Commercial. The, Port Huron, Mich 184 

Conklin, B. F 199 

Cory,E.J 206 

Costa, Achille 176,177 

Coste, Jean Jacques Marie Cyprian Victor. ... 241, 
247, 248, 252, 253, 259 

Cotte, Jules 273 

Couchman J. W 60,118 

Coutance,H. A 44 

Cox, Ulysses Orange 52, 87, 89, 91 

Coxe, Frank 169 

Crawford, S. M 135 

Creighton, R. J 116, 121 

Crevecoeur, Michel Guillaume St. Jean de, 

called St. John de Crevecoeur 228 

Crittenden, A. R 56 

Crocker, L. B 41 

Crosby, John Schuyler 112 

Crozier. William J 40, 77, 291 

Cummins, George W 222, 287 

Curtis, J.E 90,137 

Curtis, Winterton Conway 37, 256, 257 

Dall, William Healey 161 , 162, 262 

Dambeck, Carl ... 30, 48, 63, 158, 163, 176, 178, 179, 191 
Danglade, Ernest. . 17,240,246,250,251,258,262,278 

Daniell, William C 56,132 

Dannevig, Gunder Mathisen 71, 

93,115,121,126,139,267 

Dantziger 176,210 

Davis, Bradley Moore 17, 52, 283 

Davis, H. B. 60,117,123,222 

Davis, H. S , 37 

Day, Francis 43, 

45. 48, 71, 93, 130, 132, 147, 149, 179, 184, 190, 219 
Dean, Bashford . ., 34. 

51, 134, 238, 239, 240, 241 . 246, 247, 248, 251, 252 

De Bloise, E. T 56, 188, 198, 214 

De Bon 247 

Delano, J. S 135 



Page. 

Delawder, G. W 135 

Delchamps. John J 244 

Dempsey, W 55,205 

Dennis, Oregon Milton 182 

Derby. V. L 193 

Detwiler, John Y 167,244,250,257 

Dice, Lee Raymond 166,227,230 

Dickinson, Fred. W 185 

Dimmock, George 42 

Dohrn, Anton, i. e. Felix Anton 292 

Dolge, Alfred 60, 218 

Donahue, James 268 

Donaldson, R. J 60, 123 

Donnelly, Frank L 161,205 

Donnelly, W. J. S 175 

Doolittle, A. A 22, 30, 88, 283 

Dorrance, C 222 

Doucot, Charles 66,260 

Dousman, H. F 76,131 

Dowell, Benjamin Franklin 71, 112, 135, 185 

Downing, Seth W 71, 137 

Downman, R. II 171,233 

Drake, Franklin Jeremiah 15, 19 

Dresser, Henry 54 

Dressier, Fletcher B 78 

Driscoll, Edward. . . 15, 159, 170, 171, 172, 193, 195,259 

Ducastel, M 114, 140 

Duclos, Gilbert 54,119 

Duerden, James Edwin 278 

Duff, R. W 177 

Duke. Richard Thomas Walker 41,60, 191 

Dukehart, J. P 233 

Duncan, J. Barker 71,115,130,135 

Dunlap, M. E 188 

Dunn, Horace D 50, 71, 113, 117, 130 

Dunn, Mathias 30,63,126 

Dunning, Philo 35 

Dyrenforth, Robert G 186 

Earll, Robert Edward . 27, 30, 47, 48, 50, 56, 63, 78, 126, 
127, 132, 152, 158. 160, 163, 165, 168, 169, 170, 185, 
187 192. 195, 196, 197, 200, 204, 216, 219, 220, 221 

Eastman, Frank S Ill 

Eben-Bauditten 42,60, 114,123 

Ebert, Amos 191 

Eckardt, George 60,123 

Eckardt,R 56,132 

Eckardt-Liibbinchen , R 60, 1 23 

Edmonds, Richard II 251 

Edwards, Vinal N. . 45,46,49,87,127,171,205,200,284 

Eigenmann, Carl H 28, 

30,40,45,63,66,67,77,79,82,92,190 

Eisen, Gustav 279 

Eldridge, John A 258,262 

Elliott, Henry Wood 42, 126, 165, 225, 226 , 227 

Elliott, James W 169, 197 

Ellis, J. Frank 100,111 

Enders, F. H 121 

Endicott, Charles 159, 180 

England, National Fish Culture Association. 40 

Evans, Kelly 137 

Evermann, Barton Warren... 9,15,17,19,21,22,27, 
30,34,35,41,45,50,54,56,68,71,72,73,74,82,83, 
84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,99,111,113, 
135, 137, 166, 167, 168, 180, 182, 190, 191, 200, 202, 
203, 208, 225, 227, 233, 238, 240, 246, 251, 262, 292 

Ewart, James Cossar 27, 28, 56, 111, 127, 139, 219 

Exeter, Marquisof 115 

Farlow, William G ibson. . . . . 63, 220, 283, 284 

Farr. S. C 72, 121 

Farrington, John 122 

Fassett, Harry Clifford. ... Ill , 129, 149, 166, 182, 192, 
194, 195, 201, 208, 213,214,216,227 

Feddersen, A 48, 55, 178, 292 

Fenton, Henry J 132 

Ferguson, Thomas B 56, 132, 205, 206 

Fesler, Bert 78 

Fewkes, Jesse Walter 15, 278 

Ffennell, Henry. . . 120, 298 

Fiedler 48,72,212 

Field, George Wilton 260,268 

Field, Irving A 30, 165, 215, 219, 222, 256, 260 

Field, The, London 176 

Figgins, J. D 291 

Finely, Charles 1 56.72,130 



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301 



Page. 

Finn.W 56,122,177,210 

Finsch, Otto 4o, 60, 117, 123 

Fisher, F. B 50, 168 

Fisher, J. G 225 

Fisher, Walter Kenrick 15, 234, 279 

Fisher, William J 72, 202 

Fitzhugh, D. H 148 

Flegel, Charles 274 

Fletcher, William W 76, 137 

Flint, James Milton 277 

Florida Laws, Statutes, etc 253 

Fogarty.J 273 

Foliett, Richard E 135 

Forbes, Robert Bennet 150 

Forbes, Stephen Alfred 30, 

31, 34, 36, 37, 38, 72, 270, 277, 283, 291 

Forest and Stream 120 

Foster, N . W 48 

Fowler, Gilbert 206 

Fraichc, Felix 243, 247 

Fraley, W. R 135 

France, Minister of Marine and the Colonies. 176, 180 

France, Moniteur dc la Pisciculture 212 

Franke, Johann 34, 119 

Franklin, Dwight 291 

Frantz Emanuel H 135 

Fraser, C. McLean 278 

Freeman 148 

French. Peter 166 

Frey Emile 72, 121 

Friedlaender, Oscar O 42, 56, 198, 214 

Friele, M . . 163. 178, 209, 211, 214, 219, 220, 227, 228, 269 

Fryer, Charles Edward 137, 185, 260, 268 

Fuller, Alfred E 139 

Fuller, Cabel Allen 240, 287, 288 

Fuller, Thomas 60, 93 

Fullerton, Samuel F 137 

Fulton, T. Wemyss 115 

Gaines, Kemp 28, 60, 123 

Gallup,B. Frank 50,213,214 

Gamgee, John 220 

Garde, Aug 149, 177, 210, 212, 221 

Gardner, A. P 42, 80, 125, 135 

Gardner, Albert A 207 

Garman, Samuel 241, 298 

Gasoh, Adolf 31, 60. 113, 123 

Gauthier, C. W 169 

Gaylord , Harvey Russell 34, 72 

Geare, Randolph 1 72 

George, W. C 273 

Gerber , C 60. 218 

German Fishery Association 163 

Gifford, George 56, 147 

Gilbert, Charles Henry. 15, 22, 40, 72, 74, 80, 83, 84, 85, 
89,91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 165, 202, 203, 215, 244, 249 

Gilbert, N. C 32, 38, 90 

Gilbert, W.I 72,131,135 

Gilchrist, F. C 45 

Giles, W.S 139 

Gill, Theodore Nicholas 44, 

68, 82, 87, 117, 165,193,260 

Gillespie, Samuel . . 31, 60, 123 

Glaser, O.C 17,238,251 

Glasgow Herald 228 

Glen Falls Republican 72 

Glennan, A. H 36 

Golden, R . A 48 

Goldsborough, Edmund Lee 21, 

41, 45, 46, 72, 74, S3. 88, 90, 92, 93, 262 

Goldsmith 116 

Goll, Hermann 72, 121 

Goode, George Brown 7, 28, 31, 36, 37, 42, 44, 

47,48,50,51, 52, 53, 54. 55, 56, 59, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 
67, 68, 69, 70, 72, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82, 87, 94, 99, 126, 
128,145, 148, 149, 158, 160. 165. 183, 185, 187, 188, 
192.194, 197, 198. 199, 208, 214, 216, 222, 225, 249 
Gorham, Frederic Poole. 34, 44, 258, 266, 267, 268. 284 

Gould, N. E 48 

Grabill, L. R 104 

Grady.JohnE 274 

Grant, Isaac H 56, 195, 1 98 

Grave, Benjamin Harrison 255, 257 

Grave, Caswell 17, 238, 241, 246, 251 

Great Britain 185 

Great Britain, commissioners appointed to 

inquire into the sea fisheries 147, 176, 177 

Great Britain, royal commission on trawling.. 147 



Page. 

Greeley, Arthur White . . 59, 84 

Green, Erik H 213, 214, 287 

Green, Loren W 34, 72, 130, 135, 146, 216 

Green, Seth 73, 112, 117, 130, 135, 203, 233 

Green, William Ppotswood 211 

Greene, Carl Hartly 73 

Greene, Charles Wilson 27, 39, 40, 48, 73 

Greenfield, Alfred 73, 121, 137 

Greer, Rob Leon 56, 150, 160, 185, 200, 213, 215 

Griffin, G. W 259 

Griffith, William 56, 132 

Gross, Julius 60. 123, 218 

Gudger, Eugene Willis 28, 45, .S3 

Gundersen, H 64, 218 

Gunnison, James W 245 

Gunther. Albert 45 

Gurley, R. R 34, 37, 277 

Haack, Hermann 31, 42, 73, 130, 135, 137, 291 

Habersham, William Ney A 45, 73, 209 

Habershaw, Frederick 229 

Haeckel, Ernest Heinrieh 1'hilipp August ... 22 

Hahn, Clarence Wilson 37 

Haime, Jules 113 

Hall, Ansley 56, 186, 

196! 204, 216, 220, 240, 241, 243, 245, 251, 253, 257 

Halloy, Leon d* 114 

HalpeVine, E 283 

Hamilton, W. R 44 

Hamlen, William 56,104,132 

Hamlin, Augustus Choate 43, 47, 73, 203 

Hammond, J. P 174 

Hanna, G. Dallas 227, 234 

Hanna,S. W 86,298 

Harding, Charles William . . 57, 132, 134, 177, 256, 257 

Harding, Garrick M Ill 

Hardy, t. H 14fi 

Harger, Osrar 270 

Hargitt, Charles Wesley 278 

Harper, John A 130 

Harrell, J. Dock 57, 79, 187 

Harris, Gwynn 57, 196, 207 

Harron, Leighton G 46, 81, 125. 138 

Hartung, G 298 

Harvey, Moses 175 

Harvie- B rown, John A lexander 234 

Harz, C. O 31 

Haskell, E . E 239 

Haskell, E . H 64, 192 

Hatch, Thomas E 76, 201 

Hathaway, Walter E 50, 198, 260 

Hausser, A . E 241, 247 

Haverfield, N. T 218 

Hawkins, J. W 31,57 

Hay,Naman 125 

Hay, Oliver Perry 89,91 

Hay, William Perry 233, 265, 266, 269 

Hayward, Joseph H 175 

Healy,R 79 

Hearder, William 189 

Heath, Harold 227 

Heath, Neil 41,44 

Hecht,Selig 40,77,291 

Hector, James 180, 225, 228 

Heincke, Friedrich, i. e., Johann Friedrich. . 178 

Hemphill, Henry 260,261 

Hcnsen. Victor 22, 28, 44, 181 

Henshall, James Alexander.. 31, 85, 100, 112, 127, 222 

Hensman, John T 54, 120 

Hermes, Otto 27,28,48,52,126 

Herndon, C. G 298 

Herrick, Charles Judson 27, 39 

Horrick, Francis Hobart 265, 266, 267, 268, 269 

Hessel, Rudolph 36, 

40, 42, 60, 73, 117, 123, 127, 138, 257, 258, 279, 283 

Heyser,E 60,123 

Hiester, Charles E 80, 140, 191 

Hildebrand, Samuel Frederick 31, 45, 57, 69, 89 

Hinckley, Isaac 215 

Hind, H. G 48,127 

Hinkelmann 48, 52, 181, 225 

Hobbs, James R 225 

Hobbs, Orlando 89 

Hodge, E. B 73,130 

Hoek, Paulus PeroniusCato... 212,241,242,243,248 

Hoffman 114 

Hoffman, R. E 288,292 

Holberton, Wakeman 73.135 



302 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 



Holden,E. C 73.203 

Holder, Charles Frederiok..34,45,46,167,168,291,292 

Holmes, John F 42,48,197 

Holmes, Samuel Jackson 270 

Homergue, Louis C. d' 57, 183, 185, 198, 216 

Horst, Rutgar 241,242,243 

Hovey, Horace Carter 51, 207, 217, 222 

Howard, Arthur Day 255, 256,257 

Howe, Freeland 17, 19 

Howeil, D. Y 209 

Hoxie, Walter 67, 128 

Hoyt, W.D 19,283,284 

Hubbard, W. F 108,130 

Hiibner, A 36, 176 

Hubreoht, Ambrosius Arnold Willem Ill 

Hudson, George A 60, 85 

Hughes, Smith E 77, 135, 164 

Hume, R. D 216 

Hunger, Oscar 60 

Huske, C. J. 57, 73, 132, 136, 139 

Huxley, Thomas II 35, 177, 242, 248 

Ingalls, J. F 22,164 

Ingersoll Ernest 165, 238, 249, 258, 261 

International Fishery Congress 295 

Isley, Frederick B 256,262 

Ito, K 179,218,219,221 

Jacobson, H 19 

Jacoby, Leopold.. , 28, 52 

Jaffe, 3 ! 114,136 

James, Bushrod W 185 

Jann,P. F 57,205 

Japan, Bureau of Agriculture 179, 

212,228,233,269,284 

Jenkins, Oliver Peebles 22, 65, 77, 93, 94 

Jennings, Herbert Spencer 277, 279 

Jennings, Ralph S 219 

Jensen, Olaf Scheveland 57, 148, 211 

Jerrell,H. P 73,212 

Johnson, August 124 

Johnson, George A 45, 298 

Johnson, Robert Sidney 31, 36, 140, 283 

Johnson, Samuel 61,116,124 

Johnston, Edward C. 15, 159, 170, 171, 172, 193, 195, 259 

Johnston, Joseph, & Sons 189 

Joncas, Louis Zepherin 174, 209 

Jones, C. E 41 

Jones, Ernest Lester 202, 227 

Jones, J. F 80,125 

Jordan, David Starr 15, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 61 , 63, 

65, 66, 68, 69, 73, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 
89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 116, 125, 159, 165, 
172, 174, 180, ] 84, 185, 187, 203, 215, 222, 227 
Jousset de Bellesme, Georges Louis Marie 

Felicien 80,119 

Joyce, H. B 14,195 

Juday , Chancey 21 , 22, 31 , 61 , 73, 84 

Juel, Niels 158,178,210,228 

K., Baron von 31,140 

Kabler, N. D 124 

Karsten, Gustav 14,44,48,181 

Keller, H 165,176 

Kellogg, James L 256,257,258,268 

Kemp, N. H 57,217 

Kendall, William Converse 18,21,31,37,38,41, 

43, 45, 46, 50, 53, 63, 69, 74, 80, 82, 83, 85, 86, 
87, 88, 90, 91,92, 117, 125, 159, 167, 176, 180, 
181, 189, 191, 193, 197,198, 218, 219, 222, 261 

Kennedy, B. E. B 136 

Kennedy, Clarence Hamilton 66 

Kensington, Edward Thomas 222, 287 

Kenworthy, C. J 62,222 

Kerbert, Coenraad 37,120 

Kerr, John W 31,76,209 

Keyes, C. M 184 

Kiaer, Anders Nicolai 178,253 

Kibbe,!. P 246 

Kidder, Jerome Henry 9, 14, 41, 288, 298 

Kiel, Peter 31,76,209 

Kincaid, Walters 139 

King, W.Z - 198 

Kinney, Aug. C -.. 187 

Kirsch, M 61,127 

Kirsch, Philip H 22, 68, 86, 89, 91, 233, 261 

Kirtland, Frederick 43 



Page. 
Kitahara, T ................................. 179 

Kite, J. Alban ......................... 78, 127, 139 

Klotz, J. P. J .................... 34, SO, 117, 130, 140 

Knauthe, Karl ............................. 42, 124 

Knight, William ............................ 183 

Knowles, Herbert M ........................ 36 

Knudsen, Henrik ........................... 214 

Kochs, W ................................... 31 

Kohlo, Charles .............................. 163 

Koons. Benjamin Franklin ................ 256, 262 

Kopsch, H .................................. 116 

Koss, R. A .............................. 31,74,136 

Kostytschev, Pevel Andruvich ............ 222, 287 

Kottbus, Handelskammer ................... 163 

Krause, Hans Gunner ...................... 93, 175 

Krause, Karl E. H ............... 42, 64, 69, 166, 195 

Krueger, A. C ............................... 48 

Kumlien, Ludwig ..................... 160,165,173 

Kunnel .................................... 74,136 

Kuntz, Albert ................... 27,28,46,47,69,77 

Kunz, George Frederick ............... 258, 259, 260 

Kutchin, Howard M ......................... "166, 

182, 192, 194, 195, 202, 213, 216, 226, 229 

Labatt, Henry L ........................... 19S 

Lailin & Co ............................... 146, 183 

Lahaway .................................... 31 

Laighton, Cedric... .. 57,205 

La Motto, Alfred V .......................... 113 

Land, Gordon ............................... 136 

Landmark, Anthon, /. c.. Even Anthon 

Thomas .................. ............ 38, 115, 182 

Lanman, Charles ............... 31, 47, 57, 74, 76, 209 

Latham, Silas B ........................... 197, 200 

Laurent. Pierre .............................. 242 

La Valette St. George, Adolf Johann Hubert, 

Freiherr von ............................. 43, 139 

Lawrence, George W ........................ 167 

Lawrence-Hamilton, J ......... 213, 219, 220, 222, 284 

Layet, Alexander ........................... 284 

Leach, Glen C ..................... 115, 124, 134, 136 

Lee, Leslie A ............................. 17, 31, 47 

Lee, Thomas ................................ 92 

Lefebvre, Alfred ........................ 80, 119, 125 

Lefevre, George ........................ 37, 256, 257 

Lefevre. George Shaw ....................... 177 

Lehrs, George Lambert ...................... 189 

Leith, J. M ............................ 177,184,189 

Lembkey, Walter 1 ........................ 166, 227 

Lennurt,J.T ............................ 57,207 

293 
122 

61, 124 
36,64, 266 
28, 287 



Leonard, J.A 

Leonard, William L 

Leonhardt, G 

Leslie, Charles C 

Levene, Phoebus Aaron Theodore ......... , 

Lewis, George A ........................... 80 

Libbey, William ......................... 13, 14, 18 

Libby,T.E ............................... 260 

Lincoln, Benjamin .......................... 130 

Lincoln, Thomas ........................... 76, 201 

Lindenkohl, A ............................... 19 

Linton, Edwin .......... 31,32,34,37,38,89,278,279 

Ljungman, Axel Vilhelm .................... 32, 

48, 57, 127, 147, 148, 179, 189, 190, 211, 293 
Loeb, Jacques ............................... 48 

London, Fish Trades Gazette ............... 219 

London, Journal of the National I ish Culture 
Association ................................ 163 

Loomis, Watts T ........................ 74, 88, 130 

Lord, Henry W ............................. 89 

Lord, W.Scott .............................. 41 

Lotsey, Johannes Paulus .............. 238, 256, 284 

Low,D. W ............................ 158,174,197 

Low' W. F ................................ 104, 128 

Lowell, James Russell ....................... 293 

Lucas, Frederic Augustus ............... 27, 66 291 

Luce, Thomas R ............................ 53, 87 

Lundberg, Rudolph. 52,149,158,163, 179, 189, 210, 212 
Lydell, Dwight ...................... 46, 54, 122, 137 

Lyman, Theodore ................. 140, 169, 182, 201 

Lynchburg Advance ........................ 191 

MacCallum, G. A ............................ 184 

MacDonald. Rose M. E ................ 218, 225, 227 

MacFarland. Frank Mace .................... 261 

Macgowan, Daniel J ............. 41, 61, 124, 127, 269 

Mackrill, Alfred ............................. 61 

Magie, William Francis ..................... 298 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 



303 



Page. 
Maitland, James Ramsey Gibson. . . 74, 117, 120, 130 

Malmgren. Anders Johan 38, 

49, 74, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116, 179 

Malmros, Oscar 219 

Manley. John Jackson 115, 120 

Marchant,A 124 

Marenzeller, Emil, edler von 32, 113, 273 

Marquette, George R 298 

Marsh, Millard Caleb 17. 27, 32, 34, 38, 42, 43, 44, 

49. 50, 72, 92, 130,140,151,' 160, 166, 182, 192, 194, 
196,201,202,214,15,217,227,229, 249, 267, 284, 288, 

Marshall, William Stanley 32, &, 90 

Martens, J. B 14,277,283 

Martin, Robert A 61, 191 

Martin, Stephen J 43, 

49 64, 79, 169, 172, 187, 188, 190, 192, 197, 211, 241 

Maryland Commission of Fisheries 124 

Maslieurat-Lagemard 74, 119 

Mason, Frank Holcomb 32, 74, 137, 138 

Mason, Harry W 80, 112, 128 

Massachusetts Laws, Statutes, etc 183 253 

Mast, Samuel Ottmar 47, 69 

Mather, Fred 32, 

49, 57, 61, 64, 69, 74, 87, 88, 107, 117, 119, 120, 126, 
130, 134, 136, 137, 165, 169, 206, 243, 265, 2G6, 267 

Matsubara, Shinnosuke 01, 127 

Matte, Paul 68, 117 

Mattson, H 179 

Mauriac. E 64 , 284 

Mayer, Alfred Goidsborough 15, 278 

Maynard, H. J 74, 113, 136 

Mazyck, W. St. J 36, 199 

McClelland, Samuel 124 

McDonald, Marshall 16, 18, 19, 

32, 36, 38, 49,57,58,61,64,74,79,80,91,99, 
102, 104, 106, 109, 111, 117,122,124, 125, 126, 
127, 128, 130, 133, 136,137, 138, 139, 146, 164, 
165, 171, 182, 185, 186, 196, 198, 202,203, 252 

McDowell, W. W . . 207 

McGehee, Montford 233 

McGregor. R. C 83, 95 

Mclntosh, William Carmichael 28, 115, 292 

McKennie, M 164 

McLain, Melvin 197 

McMenamin & Co 267 

McQueen, Alexander 209 

Mead, Albert Davis 140,215,267,280 

Medary , Charles S 124 

Meehan,W.E 182 

Meek, Seth Eugene 21 , 

52,72,83,85,86,87,88,89,90,95,261,292 

Melbourne, Argus 121 

Merchant, George 79, 1 87, 197 

Merriam, Clinton Hart 43,88,225 

Metcalf-Martin 74,124,136,137 

Meyer, Heinrich Adolf. 44,58,127,181 

Michigan State Board of Fish Commissioners . 298 

Miescher-Riisch, F 40,74 

Milan, Thomas 225 

Miller, John F 67,128 

Miller,N.B 36 

Miller, W.B 183 

Milligan. John D 89 

Milner, James W 22, 32, 38, 

43, 44, 46, 49, 58, 74, 76, 82, 91 , 107, 111 , 133, 
137, 139, 146,148,157,164.170,171,173,184,209 

Miner, Roy Waldo 291 

Mitchell, Philip Henry. ... 238,240,241,243,256,284 

Mitsukuri, Kakichi 116, 179, 233, 248, 257 

Mobius, Karl August 32, 140, 

147, 176, 181, 212, 238, 239, 242, 243, 247, 248, 253 

Moenkhaus, William J 68 

Monroe. Ralph M 233,273 

Moore, B.V 246 

Moore, C. R 258 

Moore, Emmeline 140, 283 

Moore, Henry Frank 15,17,21,28,32,39,43,44, 

49, 51 , 58, 64, 65, 88, 100, 148, 159, 176,180, 181, 
189,193,194,196,218,219,238,239,240,241,242, 
243,244, 245, 246, 249,250,251 ,253,270,273,274 

Moore, John Percy 28, 79, 127, 148, 197, 279 

Moore, Thomas J 117 

Moores,!. R... 74 

Mordecai.E. R 32,58 

Morgan, George 74,88 

Morris, Alfred 298 

Morriss, T. W 61, 124 

Moseley , Henry Nottidge 43, 283 



Moser, Jefferson F 15,20,74,83,128, 

172, 186, 194, 202, 213, 214, 215, 217, 220, 238, 260 

Mosher, A. A 54,112,122 

Mosher, Gideon 3.2,80 

Mowart, Thomas 46 

Mulertt,Hugo 140,191 

Muntadas, F 115 

Murray, C. H 43, 75 

Murray, John 19 

Muth,H.W.C 124 

Myers, A. H 32 

Nansouty, Max de 257 

Narragansett Herald 36 

National Fishery Congress 295 

Nature, London 121 

Nederlandsche Comm. voor het zooligsch 

station 248 

Needhan, James G 32,277 

Neelley,J. N 136 

Neher 39 

Nelson, Edward William 62, 85, 168, 173 

Nelson, Julius 242 

Nethercleft , Walter 76 

Netherlands Zoological Station 239 

New Jersey General Assembly 1 86 

New York Commissioner of 1 isheries 32 

New York Market Index and J ournal 162 

New York State Agricultural Society 206 

New York Sun 136 

Nickersom, Seth 146 

Nicklas, Carl 32, 34, 40, 61, 124, 140, 163 

Nightingale, Harold W 256 

Ninni, Alexander P 248 

Nordqvist, Oscar Frithiof 21,42,111, 119,260 

Norges Fiskeristyrelse 178 

Norny, E . R 46, 52, 80, 126, 128 

Norris, Thaddeus 76,131 

Norsk Fiskeritidende 292 

North, Paul 268 

Nowicki,M 164 

Nussbaum 28, 138 

Nutting, Charles Cleveland 15, 278 

Nye, Willard 15,32,43,45, 

53, 67, 79, 92, 169, 175, 193, 198, 209, 261, 265, 268 

Odvards, J. N 118 

Oemler, A 245,254 

Oesterbol,A 32,45 

Oil, paint, and drug reporter 229 

Olsen, O.T 185 

O'Malley, Henry 49,75,130,202 

Oregonian 268 

Ortmann, Arnold Edward 15, 270 

Osborn,JohnH 58,205 

Osburn, Raymond C 17, 279 

Osgood, Wilfred Hudson 225, 227 

Osterhout, P.M ... 206 

Oterendorp, C. G. von 176 

Packard, Alpheus Spring 16 

Page, George Shepard 124 

Page, William F 32,40,43,54,58,75, 

99, 122, 133, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 190, 191 

Paige, Charles L 32, 75, 136 

Palmer, B. D 61,124 

Palmer, George H 172,183 

Pancritius, P 32, 40 

Parker, George Howard ... 27, 40, 51, 78, 225, 227, 266 

Parramore, T. H 233 

Pasco, I. D 61,124 

Patterson.C. P 19 

Paulsen, Paul George 164 

Pavesi, Pietro 46, 53, 115 

Pearse, Arthur Sperry. . 28, 32, 38, 42, 43, 45, 49, 55, 68 

Pearson, John M 36 

Peck, James 1 22, 32, 33 

Peebles, M. T 136 

Peirce, Milton P 41, 61 

Peixotto, Benjamin F 176, 180 

Perce, H. Wheeler 165,182 

Perrin, M. L 1 30, 267 

Pettis, Robert 246 

Peyrer, Karl 113, 158, 176, 177, 184, 186 

Phillips, Barnet 45, 

49, 61, 64, 67, 79, 92, 117, 124, 174, 197, 200, 222 

Piepmeyer, L. W 17 

Pierce, H. D 36,70,85 



304 



INDEX TO AUTHORS. 



Page. 

Pierce, H. H .. 243.245 

Pierce, John 136 

Pierre, H. J 136 

Pieters, Adrian John 283 

Pigg, L. H 124 

Pilsory, Henry Augustus 270 

Pirko, Franz von 119 

Pitman, J. Talbot 39,146 

Playfair, Lyon Playfair 61 

Poey, y Aloy, Felipe 85 

Poincy, J. W. de 85,244 

Polenz, Chamberlain von 114 

Polk. William R 58,200 

Pond, Raymond Haines 283 

Pope, Thomas E. B. . 21, 89, 117, 239, 240,245,250,253 

Poppe, Robert A 61,112,124 

Popular Science Monthly 140 

Post, Hoyt 112 

Potts. Edward 273 

Powell, Samuel 172.183 

Pratt, H. S 38 

Pratt, K. B , 75,130 

Preble, Edward Alexander 225, 227 

Prince, E. E 44,121,137,260 

Proctor, A. II 225 

Proctor, Richard Anthony 14, 298 

Prussia, Kommission zur wissenschaftlichen 
Untersuchung der deutschen Meere in 

Kiel 14,49,181 

Puys<gur, M 242,243,284 

Quarles, J. P 43 

Quattlebaum, Paul 33,61,19i 

Quelch,J.J 93,175,21 

Radcliffe, Lewis... 28,33.51,68,159,170,217.218,230 

Rankin, E. P 15,159,170,171,172,193,195,259 

Rasch, Halvor Heyerdahl 39, 115, 240, 248 

Rathbun, Mary Jane 15, 270 

Rathbun, Richard.. 9,14,15,16,17,18, 19, 20,21,22, 
27, 33, 36, 39, 46, 49, 64, 78, 90, 92,126.127, 128, 
131,134,135,146,159,165,168,170,171,172,173, 
174,175,183,186,187,192,197,198,202,203,204, 
207, 230, 240, 241, 244, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251, 
252, 262, 265, 267 , 26 8. 269, 273 , 274 , 279, 280, 288 

Ravenel, William de Chastignier 9, 

34,44,67,104,127,128,134,200,245,292,293 

Raveret-WatteJ, C 33,75,113,119,131,140,266 

Redding, B. B 76 

Redding, Joseph D 43,61,117,124,148 

Redmond, Roland 75,136 

Reed, Dwight T 179 

Reeves, I. S. K 292 

Reichardt, E 39 

Reighard, Jacob Ellsworth 21, 

22,33,46,61,87,298 

Reighard, Paul Roby 137 

Reighardt, Edwards 140 

Reisenbichler, G. F 28,138 

Renard, A 19 

Renaud\ J 241,247 

Rhode Island General Assembly 170, 172, 183 

Rhode Island General Assembly, Senate Com- 
mittee on Fisheries 146 

Rice, Henry J 44,58,133 

Rich, Willis H 39,41,49,75,131 

Richardson, Harriett 15,269,270 

Richardson, Robert Earl 94 

Riddle, George W , 51,126 

Ridgway, Robert 293 

Riley, Charles Valentine 43,61 

Ritter, Homer P 244,249 

Roberts, Winthrop A 267 

Robeson, John S 180 

Robinson, E. M 34 

Robinson, Robert K 139 

Robinson, W.Russell 75,117 

Rockwood, A. P 76,112.131 

Rogers, Charles G 278 

Rognerud, Carl 64,126 

Roosen, August R 220 

Root, Henry T 268 

Rosenberg, Albert 34,75 

Rossati. Guido 177 

Rowe, HenryC 241,244,253 

Rowley 36 

Rubetius, H 267 

Ruge, JohnG.. 241,250,253,254,274 

Rumpff,Carl 247,253 



Page. 
Russia 184 

Rutherford, Alexander J 116 

Rutter, Cloudsley 28, 

33,34,45,46,49,75,83,84,91,225 

Ryder, Francis W 193 

Ryder, John Adam 9,27,28. 

29,33,34,35.38,40,41,42,44,46,50,51,53,58,61, 
63,64, 65, 75, 78, 79, 80, 8i, 126, 127, 133, 134, 138, 
139,165,207,217,226,238,239,240,241,242,243, 
245, 250, 253, 256, 257, 260, 261, 284,287, 291, 292 

Sacramento Record 161 

Sacre,0 36 

Safford, William Edward 94 

Sampson, M. R 49 

Sanford, F. C 228 

San Francisco Bulletin 193,225 

San Francisco Chronicle 149 

San Francisco Examiner 195 

San Francisco, Weekly Bulletin 202 

Sars, George Ossian 14, 

29,33,39,49,50,64,115,158,178,209,211,269 

Sawyer, J. N 46,53 

Scherzer. Karl von 181 

Schieffelm, W. H.,&Co 215 

Schmidt, Waldo L 15, 

159,170,171,172,193,195,259 

Schroeder, Seaton 20 

Schultz, Alexander 163, 

180, 181, 211, 212, 214, 215, 217, 227 

Schwaab 33 

Schwab, L 36 

Schwatka 166 

Scotch Fisheries Improvement Association . . 164 

Scotland, Fishery Board 93, 147, 177, 184 

Scott, GeorgeG 44 

Scudder, Charles W 7,41 

Scudder, Newton Pratt 69, 

149,160,165,187,194,195,220 

Seagle, George A 33,35,41,75,99,136 

Seal, William P 33,35,46,138,291,292 

Scale, Alvin 94 

Seed, William 116 

Seely, Uriah 169 

Sekizawa, Akekio 33, 75, 116 

Sellars, L. H 174 

Selys-Longchamps, Edmond, i. e., Michel 

Edmond Selys de 114,147,184 

Seymour, Charles 116 

Sharp, John 55,122,138 

Shears, E. E 117 

Sheidon, Ralph Edward 40 

Sheley, G. A.. 146 

Shepard, Joseph 168,205 

Shephard, Isaac F 116 

Sherman, R. U 131 

Sherwood. George H 46, 49, 87, 258, 267 , 268 

Shinkle, A...... 191 

Shira, A. F 255,256,257,258 

Shore, S. A 269 

Shotwell, J. R 39 

Shufeldt, Robert Wilson 27, 52, 298 

Siebold, C. Th. E.. von 61,127 

Sigerfoos, Charles Peter 255 

Siglin, ZacharyT 203,225 

Siler, Andrew L 90,146 

Siler, James W 180 

Silvester, Charles Frederick 27, 66 

Simmons, Newton 124 

Simms, George E 33, 42, 43, 75, 139, 283 

Simonsen, Carl 210,219 

Simpson, Charles Torrey 255, 256, 259, 261, 262 

Singley, J. A 262 

Slack, James H 76,112,131,148,205 

Slade, Elisha 49,225,234,259 

Small, E.E 185 

Smart, Goldsmith, and Johnson 116 

Smeitz,H. A 239,244 

Smidth,J. K 177,178,220 

Smiley, Charles Wesley 7,8, 

21, 22, 29, 41,55, 62, 80, 81 , 99, 118, 122, 124, 125, 
131 , 133, 136, 140, 150, 1 58, 159, 161 , 165, 173, 188, 
191 198 202, 204, 214, 218, 222, 225, 228, 291,298 

Smith................. 163 

Smith, A. C 265,268 

Smith Albert W 266,287 

Smith, Amos 163 

Smith, E.L 75,131 

Smith, Everett 58,64,133 



INDEX TO AUTHOES. 



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Page. 

Smith. H. Stephenson... 121 

Smith, Hugh McCormick. 7,8,9,16, 27, 29, 33, 35. 
36,38,41,43, 44,46, 49, 50, 51, 53, 55, 56, 58, 
66, 67, 72,75,79, 81, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 
90,91,94,100,112,118, 122, 124,125, 126,131, 
133, 137, 146, 147, 149, 150. 151, 152, 153, 
154, 155, 156, 157, 159,160, 161,162, 165, 166, 
167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172,173, 174,180, 186, 
187, 188, T89, 190, 196, 197, 198,199, 200,201, 
202, 203, 204, 206, 207, 208, 210, 213, 214, 215, 
216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 225, 227,228, 
233,241 , 242, 246, 249, 250, 251 , 252, 253, 256,258, 
259,260,261,265,267, 268, 269, 273,274,284,292 

Smith, James A 17 

Smith, Sanderson 19 

Smith, SilasB 75,136 

Smith, Sydney Irving .... 16, 33, 76, 201, 261, 269, 277 

Smithers,E. J 116,124 

Sneed, William 248 

Snell, Merwin P 182 

Snell, Merwin-Marie P 157, 173, 217 

Snodgrass, Robert E 225 

Snow, Julia Warner 22,284 

Snyder, John Otterbein 21, 

75, 84, 88, 89, 90, 92, 94, 291 
Societe" Nationale d' Acclimation de France . . 119 

Soiling, A 220 

Solomon, John 1 244,259 

Soper, Adelbert 199 

Soudakevicz, Theodore 116, 147 

Southall,JohnB 221,233,258,262 

Southwell, Thomas 177, 210, 227, 228 

South wick, J. M. K 39, 172, 182, 183, 199 

Spangler,A.M 39,146 

Sparks, George L 215, 222, 229, 230 

Spencer, Evelyn 218 

Spencer, Leonard B 35 

Spencer, O. M 180 

Spinney, BenjaminH 192 

Stabler, Edward 124 

Stabrowski, Xavier von 35,125 

Stange,J 140 

Stanley, E.M 112 

Stanley-Brown, Joseph 225, 227 

S tapleton, Mortimer Freeman 31, 140 

Starbuck, Alexander 228 

Starkey, George A 136 

Starks, Edwin Chapin 15, 66, 93, 225 

Stearns, Robert Edwards Carter. . . 244, 257, 260, 261 

Stearns, Silas 33,165,168,174,200 

Stearns, Winfrid Alden 175, 209, 215, 227, 228 

Steedman,!. G. W 125 

Stejneger, Leonhard Hess 225, 227 

Stenzel, Alexander 138 

Sterling, C 49 

Sterling, E 76,131,137,146,268 

Sterling, Williams 230 

Stevens, M. E 85 

Stevenson, CharlesHugh 49, 

133, 148, 149, 161, 170,185, 188, 193, 199, 200, 
204, 205, 206, 214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 220, 221, 229, 
238, 245, 246, 249, 250, 251 , 254, 260, 268, 274, 284 

Stiles, Charles Wardell 38,278 

Stilwell,E. M 41,131,164 

Stirling, A. B 35,76 

Stone, Livingston. 33, 35, 36, 41, 47, 49, 76, 99, 100, 101, 
108,111,113,131,133,136,139,187,201,204,217 

Storer, Francis Humphrey 189 

Stover, E. S . . 125 

Stowe, William 118 

Stranahan, J. J 21,36,42,50,76,99,100,128,138 

Strange , J 164 

Stringham, Emerson 91,184 

Str&m, Boye 158,178,211,212,253 

Striivy, R. 123 

Stull, D. C 229 

Sturr, Charles H 43 

Suckley, George 76 

Sullivan, Michael Xavier 27, 39 

Sumner, Francis Bertody 17,41,44,277, 284 

Surber, Thaddeus 38, 257 

Surface, H. A 43,47,49,51 

Swain, Joseph 63 

Swan, James Gilchrist 41,58,65,165,174, 

188, 193, 196, 201 , 204, 221 , 225, 227, 280, 284, 298 

Sweden, Statens Fiskeriadministration 21 2 

Swetisch, Joseph 113 

5690-21 20 



rage. 

Swett, S. B 39 

Swift, Franklin 17, 239, 244. 245, 250 

Syle, L. duPont 178 

Syrski 29,53 

Talbot, Arthur W 39 

Tanner, Zera Luther 13, 

14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 49, 79, 107, 126, 146, 167, 
170, 171, 174, 181, 187, 197, 199^,217,22^,291 

Tarr, Ralph Stockman 64, 126, 192 

Taylor, Fred W 104,288 

Taylor, Harden Franklin.. 36,39,62,78,189,218,222 

Taylor, J. Manigault 63 

Taylor, W. Edgar 292 

Tcherkassoff, P 191 

Test, FredenckC 233 

Texas Farm and Ranch 125 

Thatcher, James K 33,76,201 

Thomas, Adrian 215,222,284,287 

Thompson, Edward 62 222 

Thompson, Edward H 47,53 

Thompson, JosephC 85 

Thompson, Millett T 265,266 

Thompson, W. T 137 

Thorarinsson, Bened. S 115, 177, 184 

Thorsteinson, Ami B jarnason 33, 

69,149,177,210,219,221 

Throckmorton, S. R 76, 80, 118, 128, 164 

Tibbetts, N. V 64,146,192 

Titcomb, John W 35, 99, 112, 113, 137, 140, 283 

T61ke,C 39 

Tomlin, W. David 138 

Tower, Ralph Winfred ... 35, 39, 78, 213, 214, 220, 287 

Townsend, Charles Haskins 14,90,151,153,155, 

156, 157, 163, 167, 172, 173, 191, 197. 202, 206,208, 
217, 227, 228, 240, 241, 246, 249, 250, 252, 259, 268 

Townsend, Eben 227 

Treadwell, Aaron Louis 15,279 

Treskow-Weissagk. von 115, 125 

Tressler. Donald Kiteley 221 

Trolle,(5 64,177,210,219,221 

True, Frederick William 15, 

160, 165, 169, 171, 173, 215, 226, 229, 233, 234, 293 

Trumbull, J. Hammond 226 

Try bom, Filip, i. e., Arvid Filip 62, 

76,121,125,212 

Tulian,E.A 118 

Tully, W. B 46 

Turner, Lucian McShan 190 

Turner, William 47 

Tuttle,J. S 136 

Tybring, Oscar 41 

Ulrey.A. B 27 

U. S. Bureau of Chemistry 288 

U. S. Bureau of Fisheries 7,8, 

9, 13. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 27, 33, 36, 38, 43, 47, 51, 58, 

6, 76, 85, 94, 99, 100, 102, 111, 112, 122. 126, 127, 128, 

131,132, 133, 134, 135,137, 139, 140, 150, 151, 152, 153, 

154, 155, 156,157, 158, 159, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 

167, 168,169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 183, 186, 188, 

189,193, 197, 200, 201, 202, 204, 207, 209, 215, 218, 220, 

221, 226, 227, 228, 234, 245, 246, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 

257, 258, 259, 260, 268, 274. 277, 283, 284, 291, 293 

U. S. Commissioner of Fisheries.... 7,8,9,13,14,16, 

18, 33, 35, 39, 45, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 

106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 118, 122, 125, 127, 

128, 131, 132, 134, 138, 148, 171, 172, 182, 186, 

188, 189, 193, 195, 196, 197, 199, 201, 202, 203, 

204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 210, 215, 217, 221, 222, 

228, 230, 238, 241, 245, 249, 250, 251, 254, 273 

U. S. Congress, House 182 185, 186 

U. S. Congress, House Committee on the Judi- 
ciary 182 

U. S. Hydrographic Office 198 

U. S. Lighthouse Board 19 

U. S. President (Wilson) 230 

Utter, William 191 

TJtterback, W. 1 269 

Vail, David A... 49 

Vail, David F 58,199 

Valery-Mayet, Michel 35, 76, 119, 131 

Van Antwerp, W 62,125,218 

Van Denburg, John 234 

Van Hook, J. C 187,190 

Van Matter, J. H 53,88 



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Page. 

Vaughan, Thomas Wayland 278 

Veckenstedt, Edm 62,115.125 

Verrill, Addison Emory 14,16, 

18.33, 87, 238, 239, 249, 261, 269, 270, 273, 277, 279 

Vincent, Eugene 35, 76, 138, 139 

Vinciguerra, Decio 43, 113, 120, 129, 138 

Vosmaer, G. C. J 273 

Vrasski, Vladimir Pavlovitche 29 

Waage, Peter 213 

Wagner, Christian 47, 61, 114, 127, 140 

Walke, E.H 63 

Walker, C. H 76,131 

Walker,E. P 217 

Walker, Ernest 43 

Wallem, Frederik Meltzer 134, 

146,161,163,166,188,215,218 

Waller, Withers 207 

Wallich, Claudius 29,138 

Walpole, Spencer 35 

Ward, F. M 76, 88, 13 1 

Ward, Henry Baldwin 38,76,202 

Ward, Lester Frank 283 

\Varner, J.S 43 

Warren, Andrew F 200 

Warren & Co 200,218 

Washburn, F . L 36, 249 

Washington Laws. Statutes, etc 254 

Washington Legislature 183, 184 

Washington Post 36 

Waterbury, E. B 77,164 

Watson, V. C 39, 77, 148, 204 

Way,D. L 205 

Webb, John G 36 

Weber, Max William Carl 259 

Webster, H. E 279 

Weddige 29 

Weigett, C 36 

Welsh, William Welsh 68,259 

Wengen, von der 113,114,115,116,140 

Wergeland.N 33,41,49,115 

Wharton, Joseph 59,185,199 

Wheeler, L. T 62,125 

Wheeler, William Morton 270 

Whitcombe. W. P 77,93,121 

White, B. B 37 

White.C.M 50,62,125 

White, George F 213, 214., 215, 222, 284, 287 

Whitman, E. C 260 

Widegren, Hjalmar 33, 

59, 147, 158, 179, 181, 187, 211, 212, 220, 221, 222 

Wigg, George 41,44 

Wilcox, Joseph 37 

Wilcox, William A ... 17, 18, 59,64, 148, 149, 150, 151, 
154, 156, 158, 159, 161, 162, 165, 167, 168, 169, 172, 
175, 187, 189, 190, 192. 193, 195, 197, 204, 208. 209, 
214, 215, 217, 220, 228, 250, 251, 252, 258, 25$, 298 



Page. 

Wilkins.J 171 

Willequet, E 114, 125 

Williams & Co 229 

Willis, H 59,206 

Willson, J . M 229 

Wilmot, Samuel 77, 118, 131, 147 

Wilson, Charles A 77, 137 

Wilson, Charles Branch 8, 

33, 38, 140, 261, 262, 265, 270, 277 

Wilson, C.H 137 

Wilson, Edmund Beecher 270 

Wilson, Henry Van Peters 29, 80. 273 

Wilson, Samuel 121 

Wilson, Thomas 81,119 

Winslow, Francis 239, 

240, 244, 246, 250, 252, 258, 261 

Winslow, George 33 

Witcher, W. F 209 

Wood, M. L 174 

Wood, William Maxwell 18, 

59, 79, 102, 128, 134, 139, 173, 174, 206, 245, 266, 267 

Woolman, Albert J 85,86,87,89,92 

World's Fisheries Congress 294 

Worth, Stephen G 29, 33, 34, 44, 47, 59, 62, 

68, 80,99, 105, 112, 125, 128, 134, 138, 139, 204, 206 

Worthington, John 178, 184 

Wozelka-Iglau, Karl 34,267 

Wray, Leonard 116 

Wright, A. H 234 

Wright, Abel A 62, 125 

\\right, Harrisc n 59,164,206 

Wright, Henry 255 

Wright, J. W. A 43 

Wright, R. Ramsey 37 

Wyman, Jeffries 47 

Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa 59,206 

Yarrow, Harry Crecy 59, 77, 148, 204, 205, 206 

Yeager,B. S 257 

Yen, Wei-Ching W 179 

Yhlen, Gerhard von 179, 211, 212, 253 

Yoakum, F. L 62,125,283 

Yost, John 62, 125 

Zacharias, Otto, i. e., Emil Otto 34,39,42 

Zacharie, F. C 245,250,254 

Zeller, George A 218, 222 

Zenk, F 62, 120, 125, 163 

Zentz, F 62 

Zirzow, Paul 35 



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