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PROCEEDINGS 

OF 

FOR THE 

A&uattrfm^nl of i>rtpnrr 

FIFTY-NINTH, SIXTIETH AND SIXTY-FIRST MEETINGS 



HANOVER, N. H., JUNE 29 TO JULY 3, 1908, 

(Special Summer Meeting) 

BALTIMORE, MD., DECEMBER 28, 1908, 
TO JANUARY 2, 1909, 

AND 

BOSTON, MASS., DECEMBER 27, 1909, 
TO JANUARY 1, 1910. 



PUBLISHED BY THE PERMANENT SECRETARY. 



1910. 




EDITS) D iSY 

L. O. HOWARD. 

Permanent Secretary 



PRESS OF 

KoHN & Pollock, Ino. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
1910. 



CONTENTS. 



Officers of the Hanover and Baltimore Meetings . 
Members of Council of the Hanover and Baltimore Meeting 
Local Committee of the Hanover Meeting 
Local Executive Committee of the Hanover Meeting- 
Local Committee of the Baltimore Meeting 
Local Executive Committee of the Baltimore Meeting 
Officers of the Boston Meeting ..... 
Members of Council of the Boston Meeting- 
Local Committees of the Boston Meeting 
Special Committees of the Association .... 
Meetings and Officers of the Association of American Geologists 
and Naturalists ........ 

Meetings of the A. A. A. S 

Officers of the Meetings of the Association 

Officers for the Minneapolis Meeting .... 

Members of Council for the Minneapolis Meeting . 
Act of Incorporation ....... 

Constitution ......... 

Members of the Association — 

Patrons ...... 

Honorary Fellow ..... 

Members and Fellows .... 

Incorporated Scientific Bodies 

Deceased Members .... 



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Fifty=Ninth Meeting (Special Summer Meeting), 
Hanover, N. H., June 29 to July 3, 1908. 

IN GENERAL SESSION. 

SECTION A. MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. 
Officers of Section A ....... . 322 

SECTION B. PHYSICS. 

Officers of Seci'ion B 324 

Report of the Secret.\rv of Section B 325 

SECTION C. CHEMISTRY. 
Officers of Section C 328 

SECTION D. MECHANICAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. 
Officers of Section D 330 



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SECTION E. GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. p^^K 

Officers of Section E 332 

Report of the Secretary of Section E 333 

SECTION F. ZOOLOGY. 

Officers OF Section F 336 

SECTION G. BOTANY. 

Officers of Section G 338 

SECTION H. ANTHROPOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY. 

Officers of Section H 34o 

^ SECTION L SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCE. 
Officers of Section I 342 

SECTION K. PHYSIOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL 
MEDICINE. 

Officers of Section K 344 

SECTION L. EDUCATION. 

Officers of Section L 346 

EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 
Report of the General Secretarv 347 

Sixtieth Meeting (Winter Meeting), Baltimore, Md., 
December 28, 1908, to January 2, 1909. 

Address by Edward Leamington Nichols, the Retiring Presi- 
dent of the Association 361 

SECTION A. MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. 

Officers of Section A 364 

Addresses and Papers Presented 365 

SECTION B. PHYSICS. 

Officers of Section B 37o 

Addresses and Papers Presented 37i 

SECTION C. CHEMISTRY. 

Officers of Section C 382 

Addresses and Papers Presented 383 

SECTION D. MECHANICAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. 

Officers of Section D 412 

Addresses and Papers Presented 413 

SECTION E. GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

Officers of Section E 418 

Addresses and P.\pers Presented ...... 419 

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SECTION F. ZOOLOGY. ^^^^ 

Officers of Section F 426 

Addresses and Papers Presented 427 

SECTION G. BOTANY. 

Officers of Section G 434 

Addresses and Papers Presented 435 

SECTION H. ANTHROPOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY. 

Officers of Section H 444 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 445 

SECTION I. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCE. 

Officers of Section I . . 452 

.\ddresses and Papers Presented ...... 453 

SECTION K. PHYSIOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL 
MEDICINE. 

Officers of Section K 458 

.\ddresses and Papers Presented ...... 459 

SECTION L. EDUCATION. 

Officers of Section L 462 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 463 

EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

Report of the General Secretary ...... 469 

Report of the Treasurer ....... 475 

Cash Statement of the Treasurer 476 

Report of the Permanent Secretary 479 

Cash Statement of the Perma.ne.\t Secretary . . 480 



Sixty=First Meeting (Winter Meeting), Boston, Mass., 
December 27, 1909, to January 1, 1910. 

Address by Thomas C. Chamberlin, the Retiring Presi- 
dent OF THE Association ....... 521 

SECTION A. MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY. 

Officers of Section A 524 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 525 

SECTION B. PHYSICS. 

Officers of Section B 530 

Addresses and Papers Presented 531 

SECTION C. CHEMISTRY. 

Officers of Section C 540 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 541 



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SECTION D. MECHANICAL SCIENCE AND 
ENGINEERING. 

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Officers of Section D 570 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 571 

SECTION E. GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

Officers of Section E 576 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 577 

SECTION F. ZOOLOGY. 

Officers of Section F 580 

Addresses and Papers Presented 581 

SECTION G. BOTANY. 

Officers of Section G . ... 584 

Addresses and Papers Presenteh ...... 585 

SECTION H. ANTHROPOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY. 

Officers of Section H 592 

Addresses and Papers Presented 593 

SECTION L SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCE. 

Officers of Section I 598 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 599 

SECTION K. PHYSIOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL 
MEDICINE. 

Officers of Section K 604 

Addresses and Papers Presented ...... 605 

SECTION L. EDUCATION. 

Officers of Section L 608 

Addresses and Papers Presented . . . . • . . 609 

EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

Report of the General Secretary 615 

Report of the Treasurer 643 

Cash St.\tement of the Treasurer 644 

Report OF THE Permanent Secretary . . . . . 647 

Cash Statement of the PER^t.vNENT vSivCket.\ky . . . 648 



Index for HanovEr Meeting . 
Index for Baltimore Meeting 
Index for Boston Meeting 



353 
483 
651 



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Officers of the Hanover and Baltimore Meetings. 



PREvSIDENT. 
T. C. ChambEklin, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

A. Mathematics and Astronomy — C. J. KeysER, Columbia University, 

New York, N. Y. 

B. Physics — Karl E. Guthe. State University of Iowa, Iowa City, 

Iowa. 

C. Chemistry — Louis KahlEnbErc, University of Wisconsin, Madi 

son, Wis. 

D. Mechanical Science and Engineering — George F. Swain, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. 

E. Geology and Geography — Bailey Willis, U. S. Geological Survey, 

Washington, D. C. 

F. Zoology — C. J. Herrick, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

G. Botany — H. M. Richards, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
H. Anthropology and Psychology — R. S. Woodworth, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. 

I. Social and Economic Science — William Graham Sumner, Yale 

University, New Haven, Conn. 
K. Physiology and Experimental Medicine — William H. Howell. 

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
L. Education — John Dewey, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

PERMANENT SECRETARY. 
L. O. Howard, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. ' 

GENERAL SECRETARY. 
J. Paul GoodE, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

SECRETARY OF THE COUNCIL. 
D. C. Miller, Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio. 

SECRETARIES OF THE SECTIONS. 

A. Mathematics and Astronomy— GtORGZ A. Miller, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

B. Physics— A. D. CoLE, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

C. Chemistry — C. H. Herty, University of North Carolina, Chapel 

Hill, N. C. 

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D. Mechanical Science and Engineering — G. W. BissELi., Michigan 

Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. 

E. Geology and Geography — F. P. Guluver, Norwich, Conn. 

F. Zoology — Maurice A. Bigelow, Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. 

G. Botany — H. C. CowlES, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

H. Anthropology and Psychology — George H. Pepper, American Mu- 
seum of Natural History, New York, N. Y. 

I. Social and Economic Science — J. Pease Norton, Yale University, 
New Haven, Conn. 

K. ^Physiology and Experimental Medicine — Wm. J. GiEs, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. 

h. Education — C. R. Mann, University of Chicago. Chicago, 111. 

TREASURER. 
R. S. Woodward, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. 



ASSISTANT TO PERMANENT SECRETARY. 

F. S. Hazard, Office of the A. A. A. S., Smitlisonian Institution, 
Washington, D. C. 



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Members of Council of the Hanover and Baltimore 
Meetings. 



Past Presidents. — George F. Barker, Philadelphia; George J. Brush. 
New Haven ; Edward S. Morse, Salem ; 'T. C. MendEnhall, Worcester ; 
George L. GoodalE, Cambridge ; Edward W. Morley, Cleveland ; Theo- 
dore Gill, Washington; F. W. Putnam, Cambridge; G. K. Gilbert, 
Washington ; R. S. Woodward, Washington ; C. S. Minot, Boston ; 
Ira Remsen, Baltimore; W. G. Farlow, Cambridge; C. M. Wood- 
ward, St. Louis ; Wm. H. Welch, Baltimore ; E. L. Nichols, Ithaca. 

Vice-Presidents of the Ithaca and New York Meetings. — Edward 
Kasner, New York; W. C. Sabine, Cambridge; Clifford Richardson, 
New York; W. R. Warner, Cleveland; A. C. Lane, Lansing; E. G. 
CoNKLiN, Philadelphia; D. T. MacDougal, Tucson; A. L. KroEbEr, 
San Francisco; Charles A. Conant, New York; Simon FlExner, 
New York. 

Vice-Presidents of the Chicago Meeting. — E. O. LovETT, Princeton; 

D. C. Miller, Cleveland; H. P. Talbot, Boston; O. H. Landreth, 
Schenectady ; J. P. Iddings, Chicago ; E. B. Wilson, New York ; C. 

E. Bessey, Lincoln; Franz Boas, New York; J. F. Crowell, New 
York; Ludvig Hektoen, Chicago; Elmer Ellsworth Brown, 
Washington. 

Officers of Hanover and Baltimore Meetings. — T. C. ChambERLIN, 
Chicago; C. J. Keyser, New York; Karl E. GuthE, Iowa City; Louis 
KahlEnberg, Madison ; George F. Swain, Cambridge ; Bailey Willis, 
Washington; C. J. Herrick, Chicago; H. M. Richards, New York; R. 
S. Woodworth, New York; William Graham Sumner, New Haven; 
William H. Howell, Baltimore; John Dewey, New York; L. O. 
Howard, Washington; J. Paul Goode, Chicago; D. C. Miller, Cleve- 
land ; George A. Miller, Urbana ; A. D. Cole, Columbus ; C. H. Herty, 
Chapel Hill; G. W. BissELL, East Lansing; F. P. Gulliver, Norwich; 
Maurice A. Bigelow, New York; H. C. CowlES, Chicago; George H. 
Pepper, New York; J. Pease Norton, New Haven; Wm. J. GiEs, New 
York ; C. R. Mann, Chicago ; R. S. Woodward, Washington. 

From the Association at Large. — To hold over until successors are 
elected. A Fellow from each section: G. B. Halsted, Greeley; 
E. F. Nichols, New York; H. P. Talbot, Boston; F. O. Marvin, 
Lawrence; Wm. H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor; Herbert Osborn, Columbus; 
C. L. Shear, Washington; W J McGeE, Washington; W. R. LazEnby, 
Columbus; S. J. MelTzER, New York; Chas. S. HowE, Cleveland. 

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Elected by the Council — (For one year) Franz Boas, E. L. Nichols, 
Irving Fisher; (for two years) Henry B. Ward, Wm. TrelEase, L. 
P. KiNNicurr; (for three years) J. McK. Cattell, J. M. Coulter, 
N. L. Britton. 

From the Affiliated Societies. — American Chemical Society: M. T. 
Bogert, C. L- Parsons ; Geological Society of America : Samuel 
Calvin, E. O. HovEy; Botanical Society of America: George F 
Atkinson, D. T. MacDougal; American Microscopical Society: T. J. 
Burrill, Henry B. Ward; American Psychological Association: Wm. 
Harper Davis ; American Society of Naturalists : Wm. TrelEase, E. L. 
Mark; Association of Economic Entomologists: James Fletcher, S. 
A. Forbes ; American Anthropological Association : W. H. Holmes, 
Franz Boas ; Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of America : 
Geo. C. Comstock, C. L. DoolittlE; American Physical Society: A. 
G. Webster, Ernest ]\Ierritt ; Society of American Bacteriologists : 
W. H. Welch ; Association of American Anatomists : Simon H. 
GagE; Society for Horticultural Science; W. M. Munson; Ento- 
mological Society of America: W. M. WhEELER, C. J. S. BethunE; 
American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Alexander C. Hum- 
phreys, Fred. J. Miller; American Institute of Electrical Engineers : 
Samuel Sheldon, Percy H. Thomas ; American Society of Civil 
Engineers : Charles Warren Hunt, George Gibbs ; American Institute 
of Mining Engineers: H. O. Hofman, S. F. Emmons; Anjerican 
Medical Association: George H. Simmons, George M. KobEr: American 
Federation of Teachers of the Mathematical and Natural Sciences: 
Harry W. TylEr, Otis W. Caldwell. 



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Local Committee of the Hanover Meeting. 



Honorary Presidents. 

WiLtiAM Jevvett Tucker. 
John King Lord. 

Chairman. 
Robert Fletcher. 

Secretary. 
Herman Harrell Horne. 



(Representing the Dartmouth Scientific Association.) 

George R. Lyman. 
William Patten. 



Edwin J. Bartlett. 
Charles E. Bolser. 
Charles H. Hitchcock. 
Gordon F. Hull. 



David C. 



John M. Poor. 
Colin C. Stewart. 
Wells. 



Frank E. Austin. 
Percy Bartlett. 
Ralph M. Barton. 
Ernest H. Baynes. 
Ralph D. Beetle. 
Julius A. Brown. 
Perley R. Bugbee. 
E. H. Carleton. 
Arthur H. Chivers. 
Austin Corbin. 
Edward Cowles. 
Arthur P. Fairfield. 
Fred. F. Foster. 
GiLMAN D. Frost. 
John H. Gerould. 
Norman E. Gilbert. 



John M. Gile. 
John W. E. Glattfeld. 
George S. Graham. 
John V. Hazen. 
Charles A. Holden. 
Edgar H. Hunter. 
Howard N. Kingsford. 
Halsey B. Loder. 
Arthur B. Meservev. 
Harlow S. Person. 
Warren M. Persons. 
Charles A. Proctor. 
Leon B. Richardson. 
Frank A. Sherman. 
William T. Smith. 
Thomas W. D. Worthen. 



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Local Executive Committee of the Hanover Meeting. 

Chairman. 
Robert Fletcher. 

Secretary. 
Herman Harrell Horne. 
Charles E. Bolser. C. H. Hitchcock. 

Gordon F. Hull. George R. Lyman. 

William Patten. John M. Poor. 

Colin C. Stewart. David C. Wells. 

THE LOCAL SUB-COMMITTEES. 

Committee on Transportation, Hotel and Accommodations. 
Chairman, Ernest Martin Hopkins. 

Committee on Excursions. 
Chairman, Charles Henry Hitchcock. 

Committee on Membership. 
Chairman, Charles Henry Hitchcock. 

Committee on Finance. 
Chairman, Charles Parker Chase. 

Committee on Places of Meeting. 
Chairman, Charles F. Emerson. 

Committee on Entertainment of Visiting Ladies. 
Chairman, Mrs. vVm. Patten. 



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Local Committee of the Baltimore Meeting. 



Chairman, William H. Welch. 

Secretary, William J. A. Bliss. 

His Excellency, The Governor of Maryland, 

Hon. J. Barry Mahool. 



John J. Abel. 

Joseph S. Ames. 

J. Mark Baldwin. 

Llewellys F. Barker. 

Thomas G. Boggs. 

Rev. Francis Xavieu Brady, 

S. J. 
Edward N. Brush. 
Edward F. Buchner. 
David H. Carroll. 
Bernard Carter. 
William B. Clark. 
Mendes Cohen. 
Thomas Fell. 
Mrs. Fabian Franklin. 
Harry FriEdenwald. 
J. Elliott Gilpin. 
William S. Halsted. 
Francis H. Hambleton. 
Henry D. Harlan. 
Isaac O. Harper. 
John C. Hemmeter. 
Calvin W. Hendrick. 
J. Frederick Hopkins. 
William H. Howell. 
Frank Hoen. 
Henry M. Hurd. 
Henry B. Jacobs. 
Duncan S. Johnson. 
Harry C. Jones. 
Howard A. Kelly. 
R. Brent Keyser. 



William R. King. 
Ferdinand C. Latrobe. 
Theodore Marburg. 
William A. Marburg. 
Edward B. Mathews. 
Frank Morley. 
Waldo Newcomer. 
Rev. Eugene Noble. 
Walter B. Platt. 
John P. PoE. 
Louis M. Potts. 
Blanchard Randall. 
Ira Remsen. 
John E. Semmes. 
Mary Sherwood. 
Francis A. Soper. 
M. Bates Stephens. 
William Royal Stokes. 
David Street. 
F. C. Todd. 
Philip R. Uhler. 
Murray Vandiver. 
James H. Van Sickle. 
Richard M. VenablE. 
David E. WeglEin. 
Richard J. White. 
William H. Welch. 
J. Whitridge Williams. 
F. W. Wood. 
Robert H. Wright. 
J. B. Noel Wyatt. 
Hugh H. Young. 



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Local Executive Committee of the Baltimore Meeting. 



Chairman, Henry Barton Jacobs. 

Secretary, William J. A. Bliss. 

Joseph S. Ames. Ira Remsen. 

William B. Clark. John E. Semmes. 

R. Brent Keyser. Francis A. Soper. 

Eugene A. Noble. Hugh H. Young. 

THE LOCAL SUB-COMMITTEES. 

MEMBERSHIP. 

Chairman, Hugh H. Young. 

A. D. Atkinson. George Walker. 

William S. Baer. Henry D. Harlan. 

L. F. Barker. C. W. Hendrick. 

Chas. M. Bevan. R. Brent Keyser. 

Bernard Carter. John E. Semmes. 

Mendes Cohen. Henry M. Thomas. 

RuFus I. Cole. Thos. B. Futcher. 

Wm. M. Dabney. Gordon Wilson. 

Harry FriedEnwald. J. Whitridge Williams. 
J. B. Noel Wyatt. 

FINANCE COMMITTEE. 
Chairman, Waldo Newcomer. 
Thomas G. Boggs. B. Brent Keyser. 

Blanchard Randall. 

HOTEL COMMITTEE. 
Chairman, Edward B. Mathews. 
Duncan S. Johnson. W. B. D. Penniman. 

MEETING-PLACE COMMITTEE. 
Chairman, J. Elliott Gilpin. 
William H. Howell. Francis A. Soper. 

LADIES' RECEPTION COMMITTEE. 
Chairman, Mrs. Herbert EvelETh Greene. 
Mrs. Joseph S. Ames. Mrs. Henry Barton Jacobs. 

Mrs. William J. A. Bliss. Mrs. R. Brent Keyser. 

Mrs. William M. Elliott. Mrs. Ira Remsen. 

Mrs. Fabian Franklin. Dr. Mary Sherwood. 

Dr. Lilian Welsh. 



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Special Committees of the Association.* 



I. Auditors. 
Emory McClintock, Morristown, and T. N. Gill, Washington. 

2. Committee on Indexing Chemical Literature. 
Jas. Lewis Howe, Chairman; F. W. Clarke, H. W. Wiley, Aleked 

TUCKERMAN, . 



3. Committee on the Policy of the Association. 
R. S. Woodward, Chairman; The President, The Retiring Presi- 
dent, The Permanent Secretary, C. S. Minot, H. L. Fairchild, 
J. McK. Cattell, N. L. Britton, Wm. H. Welch, Arthur A. Noyes. 

4. Committee on Standards of Measurements. 
. T. C. Mendenhall, Chairman; E. W. MorlEy, E. L. Nichols, R. 
S. Woodward, H. S. Cariiart. With power to add to its number. 

5. Committee on the Association Library. 
F. W. Clarke, Chairman; A. W. Butler, W. L. Dudley, Thomas 
French, Jr. 

6. Committee on Anthropometric Measurements. 

J. iMcK. Cattel, W J McGee. Franz Boas, . 

7. Committee for tlie Collection of Information Relative to Forestry. 
W. H. Brewer, Chairman; Gifford Pinchot, Arnold Mague. 
8. Committee on the Quantitative Study of Biological Variation. 
Franz Boas, Chairman; J. McK. C.^rrELL, C. S. Minot, C. H. 
Eigenmann, C. B. Davenport. 

9. Committee on the Protection and Preservation of Objects of 
Archaeological Interest. 

, Chairman; F. W. Putnam, N. H. WinchEll, G. K. 

Gilbert, A. W. Butler, George A. Dorsey. 

10. Committee on the Study of Blind Veterbrates. 
Theodore Gill, Chairman; A. S. Packard, C. O. Whitman, S. H. 
Gage, H. C. Bumpus, C. H. Eigenmann. 

II. Committee on the Teaching of Anthropology in America. 
W J McGee, Chairman; G. G. MacCurdy, Franz Boas, W. H. 
Holmes, . 

* All Committees are expected to present their reports to the 
Council not later than the third day of the meeting-. Committees 
.^ending their reports to the Permanent Secretary one month before 
a meeting: can have them printed for use at the meeting. 

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SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE ASSOCIATION. 

12. Committee on the Relations of Plants and Climate. 
William TrelEase, Chairman; D. T. MacDougal, J. M. Coulter. 

13. Committee on the Atoniic Weight of Thorium. 
Charles BaskervillE, Chairman; F. P. Venable, James Lewis 
Howe. 

14. Committee on Velocity, of Light. 

W. S. Franklin, Chairman; E. F. Nichols, . 

15. Committee on Seismology. 
) G. K. Gilbert, Chairman; Cleveland Abbe, L. A. Bauer, C. E. 
Button, H. F. Reid, Otto Klotz, W. W. Campbell, A. C. Lawson, 
R. S. Tarr, L. M. Hoskins, C. G. Rockwood, Jr., W. H. Hobbs, W J 
McGee, John F. Hayi'ord, T. A. Jaggar, Jr. 

16. Committee on the Darzvin Memorial. 
H. F. Osborn, Chairman; C. B. Davenport, Secretary; L. O. Howard, 
E. G. Conklin, a. C. Lane, D. T. MacDougal, J. McK. Cattell, 
J. M. Coulter, H. B. Ward, Franz Boas. 

17. Committee on the Bibliography of Science. 
J. McK. Cattell, Chairman; R. S. Woodward, Jas. Lewis Howe, 
Wm. TrelEase, C. B. Davenport. 

18. Committee of One Hundred on National Health. 

Irving Fisher, Chairman; Paul Kennaday, E.vecutive Secretary; 
Edward T. Devine, Secretary. 

19. Committee on Organization and Membership. 

R. S. Woodward, Chairman; L. O. Howard, J. McK. Cattell. 

20. Committee on Conservation of Natural Resources. 

T. C. ChambErlin, Chairman; Irving Fisher, M. T. Bogert, W. F. 

M. GOSS, GiFFORD PiNCHOT. 

21. Committee on Spelling of Chemical Terms. 
W. A. NoYEs, Chairman; L. P. Kinnicutt, C. L. Parsons. 

22. Committee on Establishment of Southern Appalachian and White 
Mountain Forest Reserve. 
R. S. Woodward, Chairman; Chas. D. Walcott, I. C. White, W. 
B. Clark, Gifford Pinchot. 



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Meetings. 



Place. 



Date. 



Members in I Number of 
attendance, members. 



1 


1 
Philadelphia 


1 
Sept. 20, 1848 


? 


461 


2 


Cambridge 


Aug. 14, 1849 


? 


540 


3 


Charleston 


Mar. 12, 1S50 


9 


622 


4 


New Hav'en 


Aug. 19, 1850 


? 


704 


s 


Cincinnati 


May 5, 1851 


87 


800 


6 


Albany 


Aug. 19, 1851 


194 


769 


7 


Cleveland 


July 28, 1853 




940 


8 


Washington 


April 2o, 18.54 


168 


1004 


a 


Providence 


Aug. 15, 1855 


166 


605 


10 


2nd Albany 


Aug. 20, 18.56 


381 


722 


11 


Montreal 


Aug. 12 1857 


351 


946 


12 


Bultiniore 


April 28, 18.58 


190 


962 


13 


Springfield 


Aug. 3, 18.59 


190 


862 


U 


Newport 


Aug. 1. 1860 


135 


644 


15 


BulTilo 


Aug. 15, 1866 


79 


637 


16 


Burlington 


Aug. 21, 1867 


73 


415 


17 


Chicago 


Aug. 5, 1868 


259 


686 


18 


Salem 


Aug. 18. 1809 


244 


511 


19 


Troy 


Aug. 17, 1870 


188 


536 


20 


Indianapolis 


Aug. 16. 1871 


196 


668 


21 


Dubuque 


Aug. 15, 1872 


164 


610 


22 


Portland 


Aug. 20, 1873 


195 


670 


23 


Hartford 


Aug. 12, 1874 


224 


722 


24 


Detroit 


Aug. 11, 1875 


165 


807 


25 


2d Buffalo 


Aug. 23, 1876 


215 


867 


26 


Nashville 


Aug. 2'1, 1877 


173 


953 


27 


St. I.ouis 


Aug 21, 1878 


134 


962 


28 


Saratoga 


Aug. 27, 1879 


256 


1030 


29 


Boston 


Aug. 25, 1880 


997 


15.55 


30 


2d Cincinnati 


Aug. 17, 1881 


500 


1099 


31 


2d Montreal 


Aug. 23, 18S2 


937 


1922 


32 


Minneapolis 


Aug. 15, 1883 


328 


2033 


33 


2d Philadelphia 


Sept. 3, 1884 


1261* 


1981 


34 


Ann Arbor 


Aug. 26. 1885 


364 


19.56 


35 


3d Buffalo 


Aug. 18, 1886 


445 


18S6 


36 


New York 


Aug. 10, 1887 


729 


19.56 


37 


2d Cleveland 


Aug. 14, 1888 


342 


1964 


38 


Toronto 


Aug. 26, 1889 


424 


19.52 


39 


2d Indianapo(i3 


Aug. 19, 1890 


3C4 


1944 


40 


2d Washington 


Aug. 19, 1891 


653t 


2054 


41 


Rochester 


Aug. 17. 1892 


456 


2037 


42 


Mndison 


Aug. 17, 1893 


290 


1939 


43 


Brooklyn 


Aug. 15, 1894 


488 


1802 


44 


2d Springfield 


Aug. 28, 1895 


368 


1913 


45 


4th Buffalo 


Aug. 24, 1896 


333 


1890 


46 


2d Detroit 


Aug. 9. 1897 


283 1 


1782 


47 


2d Boston 


Aug. 22, 1898 


903 


1729 


48 


Columbus 


Aug. 21, 1899 


3.53 


1721 


49 


2d New York 


June 25, 1900 


434 


1925 


50 


Denver 


Aug. 21, 1901 


311 


2703 


51 


Pittsburg 


Jun'!28 to July 3, 1902 


435 


3173 


52 


3d Washington 


Dec. 27, 1902. to Jan. 2. 1903 


975 


3.596 


53 


2d St. Louis 


Dec. 28, 1903, to Jan. 2, 1904 


385 


4075 


54 


3d Philadelphia 


Dec. 27-31, 1904 


890 


4175 


55 


New Orleans 


Dec. 28, 190.'>, to Jan. 2. 1906 


233 


4357 


56 


Ithaca 


June 28 to Julv 3, 1906 


232 


4425 


57 


3d New York 


Dec. 27, 1990. to Jin. 2, 1907 


934 


4498 


58 


2d Chicago 


Dec. 30, 1907. to Jan. 4, 1908 


725 


4727 


59 


Hanover 


June 29 to Julv 3, 1908 


125 


6072 


60 


2 1 Baltimore 


Dec. 28, 1908, to Jan. 2, 1909 


1088 


6919 


61 


3d Boston 


Dec. 27, 1909, to Jan. 1, 1910 


1140 


7947 



* Including 303 Members of the British Association and 9 other foreign guests. 

t Including 24 Foreign Honorary Members for the meeting. 

t Including 15 Foreign Honorary Members and Associates for the meeting. 



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Officers of the Meetings of the Association. 



[The number before the name is that of the meeting; the year of the 
meeting follows the name; the asterisk after a name indicates that the 
member is deceased.] 

PRESIDENTS. 



I (Wm. B. Rogers,* 1848. 26. 

"UV. C. RedpieIvD,* 1848. 27. 

2. Joseph Henry,* 1849. 28. 

3. f A. D. Bache,* March meet- 29. 
I ing, 1850, in the absence of 30. 

4. i Joseph Henry.* 31. 
I August meeting, 1850. 32. 

5. [May meeting, 1851. 33. 

6. Louis Agassiz,* August meet- 34. 

ing, 1 85 1. 35. 

(No meeting in 1852.) 36. 

7. Benjamin Pierce,* 1853. 37. 

8. James D. Dana,* 1854. 38. 

9. John Torrey,* 1855. 39. 

10. James Hall,* 1856. 40. 

f Alexis Caswell,* 1857, in 41. 

11. ' place of J. W. Bailey,* de- 42. 
I ceased. 1858, in the absence 43. 

12. [of Jeffries Wyman.* 44. 

13. Stephen Alexander,* 1859. 

14. Isaac Lea,* i86o. 

(No meetings for 1861-65.) 4.S- 

15. F. A. P. Barnard,* 1866. 

16. J. S. Newberry,* 1867. 

17. B. A. Gould,* 1868. 

18. J. W. Foster,*- 1869. 46. 

19. T. Sterry Hunt,* 1870, in the 47. 

absence of Wm. ChauvEnet.* 

20. Asa Gray,* 1871. 

21. J. Lawrence Smith,* 1872. 

22. Joseph Lovering,* 1873. 48. 

23. J. L. LeConte,* 1874. 

24. J. E. HiLGARD,* 1875. 49. 

25. William B. Rogers,* 1876. 50. 



Simon Newcomb,* 1877. 
O. C. Marsh,* 1878. 
G. F. Barker,* 1879 
Lewis H. Morgan,* 1880. 
G. J. Brush, 1881. 
J. W. Dawson,* 1882. 
C. A. Young,* 1883. 
J. P. Lesley,* 1884. 
H. A. Newton,* 1885. 
Edward S. Morse, 1886. 
S. P. Langley,* 1887. 
J. W. Powell,* 1888. 
T. C. Mendexhall, 1889. 
G. Lincoln Goodale, 1890. 
Albert B. Prescott,* 1891. 
Joseph LeConte,* 1892. 
William Harkness,* 1893. 
Daniel G. Brinton,* 1894. 

E. W. Morley, 1895. 

C Edward D Cope,* 1896. 
I Theodore Gill, as senior 
j vice-president acted after the 
! death of Professor Cope. 

I WOLCOTT GiBBS,* 1 897, ab- 
I sent. W J McGee, Acting 
'-President. 

F. W. Putnam, 1898. 

f Edward Orton,* 1899. Grove 
I K. Gilbert, elected by the 
■{ General Committee, December, 
I 1899, to fill the vacancy caused 
[^by the death of Prof. Orton 
R. S. Woodward, 1900. 

C. S. MiNOT, 1 90 1. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



51. Asaph Hall,* 1902. 

52. Ira Remsen, 1902. 

53. Carroll D. Wright,* 1903. 

54. W. G. Farlow, 1904. 

55. C. M. Woodward, 1905. 

56. W. H. Welch, 1906. 



57. W. H. Welch, 1906. 

58. E. L. Nichols, 1907. 

59 T. C. Chamberlin, 1908. 

60. T. C. Chamberlin, 1908. 

61. David S. Jordan. 1909. 



VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

There were no Vice-Presidents until the nth meeting, when there was 
a single Vice-President for each meeting. At the 24th meeting, the Asso- 
ciation met in Sections A and B, each presided over by a Vice-President. 
At the 31st meeting nine sections were organized, each with a Vice-Presi- 
dent as its presiding officer. In 1886, Section G (Microscopy) was given 
up. In 1892, Section F was divided into F, Zoology; G, Botany. 



1857-1874. 



II. Alexis Caswell,* 1857, acted 17. Chas. Whittlesey,* 1868. 



as President. 



18. Ogden N. Rood,* i{ 



12. John E. Holbrook,* 1858, not 19. T. Sterrv Hunt,* 1870, acted 



present. 

13. Edward Hitchcock,* 1859. 

14. B. A. Gould,* i860. 

15. B. A. Gould,* 1866, in the ab- 

sence of R. W. GiBBES. 

16. Wolcott Gibbs,* 1867. 



as President. 

20. G. F. Barker,* 187 i. 

21. Alex. Winchell,* 1872. 

22. A. H. Worthen,* 1873, not 

present. 

23. C. S. Ly.man,* 1874. 



1875-1881. 



Section A. — Mathematics, Phys- 
ics, and Chemistry. 



Section B. — Natural History. 



24. H. A. Newton,* 1875. 24. 

25. C. A. Young,* 1876. 25. 

26. R. H. Thurston,* 1877, in the 26. 

absence of E. C. Pickering. 27. 

27. R. H. Thurston,* 1878. 28. 

28. S. P. Langley,* 1879. 29. 

29. Asaph H.\ll,* 1880. 30. 

30. Wm. H.\rkness,* 1881, in the 

absence of A. M. M.\yer.* 



J. W. Dawson,* 1875. 
Edward S. Morse, 1876. 
O. C. Marsh,* 1877. 
Aug. R. Grote,* 187S. 
J. W. Powell,* 1879. 
Alex. Agassiz,* 1880. 
Edward T. Cox,*iSSi, in the ab- 
sence of George Engelmann.* 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Chairmen of Subsections, 1875-1881. 



Subsection of Chemistry. 28. 

24. S. W. Johnson,* 1875. 29. 

25. G F. Barker,* 1876. 30. 

26. N. T. LuPTON,* 1877. 

27. F. W. Clarke, 1878. 24. 

28. F. W. Clarke, 1879, in the 25. 

absence of Ira RemsEn. 26. 

29. J. M. Ordway, 1880. 

30. G. C. Caldwell,* 188 i, in the 27. 

absence of W. R. Nichols.* 28. 
Subsection of Microscopy. . 29. 

25. R. H. Ward, 1876. 30. 

26. R. H. Ward, 1877. 

27. R. H. Ward, 1878, in the ab- 30. 

sence of G. S BlackiE.* 



E. W. Morley, 1879. 
S. A. Lattimore, 1880. 
A. B. HervEy, 1 881. 

Subsection of Anthropology. 
Lewis H. Morgan,* 1875. 
Lewis H. Morgan,* 1876. 
Daniel Wilson,* 1877, not 

present. 
United with Section B. 
Daniel Wilson,* 1879. 
J. W. Powell,* 1880. 
Garrick Mallery,* 188 1. 
Subsection of Entomology. 
J. G. Morris,* 1881. 



Vice-Presidents of Sections, 1882. 



Section A. — Mathematics and 
.Astromomy. 

31. W. A. Rogers,* 1882, in the 

absence of Wm. Harkness.* 

32. W. A. Rogers,* 1883. 

33. H. T. Eddy, 1884. 

34. Wm. Harkness,* 1885, in the 
absence of J. M. Van Vleck. 

35. J. W. GiBBS,* 1886. 

36. J. R. Eastman, 1S87, in i)lace 
of W. FerrEL,* resigned. 

37. Drmond Stone, 188S. 
3S. R. S. Woodward, 1889. 

39. S. C. Chandler, 1890. 

40. E. W. Hyde, 1891. 

41. J. R. Eastman, 1892. 

42. C. L. DooLiTTLE, 1893. 

f G. C. Comstock, 1894. 
\ Edgar Frisby, 1894. 

44. Edgar Frisby, 1895, in place 

of E. S. Holden.. resigned. 

45. Alex. Macfarlane, 1896, in 
place of Wm. E. Story, resigned. 

46. W. W. Beman, 1897. 

47. E. E. Barnard. 1898. 



48. Alex. Macfarlane, 1899. 

49. Asaph Hall, Jr., 1900. 

50. James McMahon, 1901. 

51. G. W. Hough,* 1902. 

52. George Bruce Halsted, 1902. 

53. O. H. Tittmann, 1903. 

54. Alexander Ziwet, 1904. 

55. Alexander Ziwet, 1905, in the 

absence of W. S. Eichel- 
berger. 

56. Edward Kasner, 1906. 

57. Edward Kasner, 1906. 

58. E. O. Lovett, 1907. 

59. C. J. Keyser, 1908. 

60. C. J. Keyser, 1908. 
6t E. W. Brown, 1909. 

Section B. — Physics. 

31. T. C. Mendenhall, 1882. 

32. H. A. ROWXAND,* 1883. 

33. J. Trowbridge, 1884. 

34. S. P. Langley,* 1885, in place 

of C. F. Brackett, resigned. 

35. C. F. Brackett, 1886. 

36. W. A. Anthony,* 1887. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Vice-Presidents of Sections Continued, 



37. A. A. M1CHE1.SON, 1888. 

38. H. S. Carhart, 1889. 

39. Cleveland Abbe, 1890. 

40. F. E. NiPHER, 1 89 1. 

41. B. F. Thomas,* 1892. 

42. E. L. Nichols, 1893. 

43. Wm. a. Rogers,* 1894. 

44. W. LeConte Stevens, 1895. 

45. Carl Leo Mees, 1896. 

46. Carl Barus, 1897. 

47. F. P. Whitman, 1898. 

48. Elihu Thomson, 1899. 

49. Ernest Merritt, 1900. 

50. D. B. Brace,* 1901. 

51. W. S. Franklin, 1902. 

52. Ernest F. Nichols, 1902. 

53. E. H. Hall, 1903. 

54. Wm. F. Magie, 1904. 

55. Hexry Crew, 1905. 

56. W. C. Sabine, 1906. 

57. W. C. Sabine, 1906. 

58. D. C. Miller, 1907. 

59. EIarl E. Guthe, 1908. 

60. Karl E. Guthe, 1908. 

61. Louis A. Bauer, 1909, 

Section C. — Chemistry. 

31. H. C. Bolton,* 1882. 

32. E. W. Morley, 1883. 

33. J. W. Langley, 1884. 

34. N. T. Lupton,* 1885, in the ab- 

sence of W. R. Nichols. * 

35. H. W. Wiley, 1886. 

36. A. B. Prescott, 1887. 

37. C. E. MUNROE, 1888. 

38. W. L. Dudley, 1889. 

39. R. B. Warder,* 1890. 

40. R. C. Kedzie,* 1 89 1. 

41. Alfred Springer, 1892. 

42. Edward Hart, 1893. 

43. T. H. Norton, 1894. 

44. Wm. McMurtrib, 1895. 



45. W. A. NoYEs, 1896. 

46. W. P. Mason, 1S97. 

47. Edgar F. Smith, 1898. 

48. F. P. Venable, 1899. 

49. Jas, LEwas Howe, 1900. 

50. John H. Long, 1901. 

51. H. A. Weber, 1902. 

52. Charles Baskerville, 1902. 

53. W. D. Bancroft, 1903, 

54. L. P. Kinnicutt, 1904. 

55. L. P. Kinnicutt, 1905, in the 

absence of C. F. Mabery. 

56. Clifford Richardson, 1906. 

57. Clifford Richardson, 1906. 

58. H. P. Talbot, 1907. 

59. Louis Kahlenberg, 1908. 

60. Louis Kahlenberg, 1908. 

61. Wm. McPherson, 1909. 

Section D. — Mechanical Science 
and Engineering. 

31. W. P. Trowbridge,* 1882. 

32. DeVolson Wood, 1883, absent, 

but place was not filled. 

33. R. H. Thurston,* 1884. 

34. J, BuRKiTT Webb, 1885. 

35. O. Chanute, 1S86. 

36. E. B. CoxE, 1887. 

37. C. J. H. Woodbury, 1888. 

38. James E. Denton, 1889. 

39. James E. Denton, 1890, in 

place of A. Beardsley, absent. 

40. Thomas Gray,* 1891. 

41. J. B. Johnson,* 1892. 

42. S. W. Robinson, 1893. 

43. Mansfield Merriman, 1894 

44. William Kent, 1895. 

45. Frank O. Marvin, 1896. 

46. John Galbraith, 1897. 

47. John Galbraith, 1898, in the 

absence of M. E. Cooley. 

48. Storm Bltll,* 1899. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Vice-Presidents of Sections, Continued. 



49. John A. Brashear, 1900. 

50. H. S. Jacoby, 1901. 

51. J. J. Flather, 1902. 

52. Clarence A. Waldo, 1902. 

53. C. M. Woodward, 1903. 

54. C. M. Woodward, 1904, in the 

absence of D. S. Jacobus. 

55. F. W. McNair, 1905. 

56. W. R. Warner, 1906. 

57. W. R. Warner, 1906. 

58. O. H. Landreth, 1907. 

59. George F. Swain, 1908. 

60. George F. Swain, 1908 

61. John F. Hayford, 1909. 

Section E. — Geology and 
Geography. 

31. E. T. Cox,* 1882. 

32. C. H. Hitchcock, 1883. 

33. N. H. WiNCHELL, 1884. 

34. Edward Orton,* 1885. 

35. T. C. Chamberlin, 1886. 

36. G. K. Gilbert, 1887. 

37. George H. Cook,* 1888. 

38. Charles A. White,* 1889. 

39. John C. Branner, 1890. 

40. J. J. Stevenson, 1891. 

41. H. S. Williams, 1892. 

42. Charles D. Walcott, 1893. 

43. Samuel Calvin, 1894. 

44. Jed Hotchkiss,* 1895. 

45. B. K. Emerson, 1896. 

^ I. C. White, 1897. 
■^ "' E. W. Cl.'Wpole,* 1897. 

47. H. L. Fairchild, 1898. 

48. J. F. Whiteaves,* 1899. 

49. J. F. Kemp, 1900. 

50. C. R. Van Hise, 1901. 

51. Joseph A. Holmes, 1902, in 

the absence of O. A. Derby. 

52. Wm. M. Davis, 1902. 

53. I. C. Russell,* 1903. 



54. Eugene A. Smith, 1904. 

55. Wm. North Rice, 1905. 

56. A. C. Lane, 1906. 

57. A. C. Lane, 1906. 

58. J. P. Iddings, 1907. 

59. Bailey Willis, 1908. 

60. Bailey Willis, 1908. 

61. Reginald W. Brock, 1909. 

Section F. — Biology, 188 2- 189 2 

31. W. H. Dall, 1882. 
32 W. J. Beal, 1883. 
33. E. D. Cope,* 1884. 
34 T. J. Burrill, 1S85, in the ab- 
sence of B. G. Wilder. 

35. H. P. BOWDITCH, 1886. 

36. W. G. Farlow, 1887. 
37 C. V. Riley,* 1888. 

38. George L. Goodale, 1889. 

39. C. S. Minot, 1890. 

40. J. M. Coulter, 1891. 

41. S. H. Gage, 1892. 

Section F. — Zoology. 

42. Henry F. Osborn, 1893. 

43. J. A. LiNTNER,* 1894, in place of 

S. H. Scudder, resigned. 
L. O. Howard, 1895, in place of 

D. S. Jordan, resigned. 
Theo. Gill, 1896. 
46. L. O. Howard, 1897, in place of 

G. Brown Goode,* deceased. 
A. S. Packard,* 1898. 
S. H. Gage, 1899. 

C. B. Davenport, igoo. 

D. S. Jordan, 1901. 

E. L. M.\RK, 1902, in the absence 
of C. C. Nutting. 

52. C. W. Hargitt, 1902. 

53. E. L. Mark, 1903. 

54. C. Hart Merriam, 1904. 



44- 



45 



47- 
48. 

49- 
50. 
51- 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Vice-Presidents of Sections, CoNTiNxmD. 



55. H. B. Ward, 1905. 

56. E. G. CoNKLiN, 1906. 

57. E. G. CoxKUN, 1906. 

58. E. B. Wilson, 1907. 

59. C. J. Herrick. 1908. 

60. C. J. Herrick, 1908. 

61. W. E. RiTTER, 1909. 



Section G. — Microscopy, 1882-85. 

31. A. H. TuTTLE, 1882. 

32. J. D. Cox,* 1883. 

33. T. G. WORMLEY,* 1884. 

34. S. H. Gage, 1885. 

(Section united with F in 1886.) 



Section G. — Botany. 

42. Charles E. Bessey, 1893. 

(L. M. Underwood,* 1894 
^^' '(C. E. Bessey, 1894. 

44. J. C. Arthur, 1895. 

45. N. L. Britton, 1896. 

46. G. F. Atkinson, 1897. 

47. W. G. Farlow, 1898. 

48. C. R. Barnes,* 1899 

49. W. Trelease, 1900. 

50. B. T. Galloway, 1901. 

51. C. E. Bessey, 1902, in the ab- 

sence of D. H. Campbell. 

52. F. V. CoviLLE, 1902. 

53. T. H. MacBride, 1903. 

54. B. L. Robinson, 1904. 

55. B. L. Robinson, 1905. in the 

absence of Erwin F. Smith. 

56. D. T. MacDougal, 1906. 

57. D. T. MacDougal, 1906. 

58. C. E. Bessey, 1907. 

59. H. M. Richards, 1908. 

60. H. M. Richards, 1908. 

61. D. P. Penhallow, 1909. 



Section H. — Anthropology 
and Psychology. 

31. Alex. Winchell,* 1882. 

32. Otis T. Mason,* 1883. 

33. Edward S. Morse, 1884. 

34. J. Owen Dorsey,* 1885, in the 

absence of W. H. Dall. 

35. Horatio Hale,* 1886 

36. D. G. Brinton,* 1887. 

37. Charles C. Abbott, 1888 

38. Garrick Mallery,* 1889. 

39. Frank Baker, 1890. 

40. Joseph J astro w, 1891. 

41. W. H. Holmes, 1892. 

42. J. Owen Dorsey,* 1893. 

43. Franz Boas, 1S94. 

44. F. H. Cushing,* 1895. 

45. Alice C. Fletcher, 1896 

46. W J McGee, 1897. 

47. J. McK. Cattell, 1898. 

48. Thomas Wilson,* 1899. 

49. A. W. Butler, 1900. 

50. J. Walter Fewkes, 1901. 

51. Stewart Culin, 1902. 

52. Geo. a. Dorsey, 1902. 

53. M. H. Saville, 1903. 

54. Walter Hough, 1904. 

55. George Grant MacCurdy, 1905 

56. Hugo Munsterberg, 1906. 

57. A. L. Kroeber, 1906. 

58. Franz Boas, 1907. 

59. R. S. Woodworth, 1908. 

60. R. S. Woodworth, 1908. 

61. Wm. H. Holmes, 1909 

Section I. — Social and Economic 
Science. 

31. E. B. Elliott,* 1882. 

32. Franklin B. Hough,* 1883. 
i^T,. John Eaton,* 1884. 

34. Edward Atkinson, 1885. 



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officers of the meetings of the association. 

Vice-Presidents of Sections, Continued. 

35. Joseph Cummings,* 1886. 60. William Graham Sumner,* 1908. 

36. H. E. Alvord,* 1887. 61. Byron W. Holt, 1909, in place 

37. Charles W. Smiley, 1888. of Carroll D. Wright, * de- 

38. Charles S. Hill, 1889. ceased. 

39. J. Richards Dodge,* 1890. 

40. Kdmund J. James, 1891. Section K. — Physiology and Experi- 

41. L. F. Ward, 1892, in place of S. mental Medicine. 

D. HoRTON,* resigned. 

42. William H. Brewer, 1893. 51. W. H. Welch, 1902. 

43. Henry Farquhar, 1894. 52. W. H. Welch, 1902. 

44. B. E. Ferxow, 1895. 53. H. P. Bowditch, 1903. 

45. W. R. Eazenby, 1896. 54- H. P. Bowditch, 1904. 

46. R. T. Colburn, 1897. 55. Alexander C. Abbott, 1905, in 

47. Archib.\ld Blue, 1898. the absence of W. T. Sedg- 

48. Marcus Benjamin, 1899. wick. 

49. Marcus Benjamin, 1900, in the 56. Simon Flexner, 1906. 

absence of C. M. Woodward. 57. Simon Flexner, 1906. 

50. John Hyde, 1901. 58. Ludvig Hektoen, 1907. 

51. John Hyde, 1902, in the absence 59. William H.Howell, 1908. 

of Carroll D. Wright.* 60. William H.Howell. 1908. 

52. H. T. Newcomb, 1902. 61. Charles S. Minot, 1909. 

53. Simeon E. Baldwin, 1903. 

54. Martin A. Knapp, 1904. Section L. — Education. 

55. Irving Fisher, 1905. 

56. Chas. a. Conant, 1906. 58 Elmer Ellsworth Brown, 1907. 

57. Chas. A. Conant, 1906. 59. John Dewey, 1908. 

58. John Franklin Crowell, 1907. 60. John Dewey, 190S. 

59. WilliamGrahamSumner,*i9o8.6i. James E. Russell, 1909- 

SECRETARIES. 

General Secretaries, 1848- 8. J. Lawrence Smith,* 1854. 

9. WoLCOTT Gibbs,* 1855. 

1. Walter R. Johnson,* 1848. 10. B. A. Gould,* 1856. 

2. E. N. HoRSFORD,* 1849, in the 11. John L. LeConte,* 1857. 

absence of Jeffries Wyman.* 12. W. M. Gillespie,* 1858, in the 

3. L. R. Gibbs,* 1850, in the ab- absence of Wm. Chauvenet.* 

sence of E. C. Herrick.* 13. Wm. Chauvenet,* 1859. 

4. E. C. Herrick,* 1850. 14. Joseph LeConte,* i860. 

5. Wm. B. Rogers,* 1851, in the 15. Elias Loomis,* 1866, in the ab- 

absence of E. C. Herrick.* sence of W. P. Trowbridge.* 

6. Wm. B. Rogers,* 1S51. 16. C. S. Lyman,* 1867. 

7 S. St. John, *i853, in the absence 17. Simon Newcomb,* i868, in the 
of J. D. D.\na.* absence of A. P. Rockwell.* 

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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Secretaries, Continued. 



i8. O. C. Marsh,* 1869. 
iQ. F. W. Putnam, 1870, in the 
absence of C. F. Hartt.* 

20. F. W. Putnam, 1871. 

21. Edward S. MorsE, 1872. 

22. C. A. White,* 1873. 

23. A. C. Hamun, 1874. 

24. S. H. SCUDDER, 1875. 

25. T. C. Mendenhall, 1876. 

26. Aug. R. Grote,* 1877. 

27. H. C. Bolton,* 1878. 

28. H. C. Bolton,* 1879, in the ab 

sence of George Little. 

29. J. K. Rees,* 1880. 

30. C. V. Riley,* 1881. 

31. William Saunders, 1882. 

32. J. R. Eastman, 1883. 

33. Alfred Springer, 1884. 

34. C. S. MiNOT, 1885. 

35. S. G. Williams,* 1886. 

36. William H. Pettee,* 1887. 

37. Julius Pohlman, 1888. 

38. C. Leo Mees, 1889. 

39. H. C. Bolton,* 1890. 

40. H. W. Wiley, 1891. 

41. A. W. Butler, 1892. 

42. T. H. Norton, 1893. 

43. H. L. Fairchild, 1894. 

44. Jas. Lewis Howe, 1895. 

45. Charles R. Barnes,* 1896. 

46. Asaph Hall, Jr., 1897. 

47. J. McMahon, 1898, in place of 

D. S. KEllicott,* deceased. 

48. Frederick Bedell, 1899. 

49. Chas. BaskervillE, 1900. 

50. John M. Coulter, 1901, in the 

absence of William Hallock. 

51. D. T. MacDougal, 1902. 

52. Henry B. Ward, 1902. 

53. C. W. Stiles, 1903. 

54. Charles S. Howe, 1904. 

55. C. A. Waldo, 1905. 

56. John F. Hayford, 1906. 



57. John F. Hayford, 1906. 

58. F. W. McNair, 1907. 

59. J. Paul Goode, 190S. 

60. J. Paul Goode, 1908. 

61. Dayton C. Miller, 1909. 

Permanent Secretaries, 1851— 

5-7. Spencer F. Baird,* 185 1-4. 
8-17. Joseph LovEring,* 1854-68. 
18. F. W. Putnam, 1869, in the ab- 
sence of J. LovEring.* 
19-21. Joseph LovEring,* 1870-73. 
22-46. F. W. Putnam, 1873-98. 
47-67. L. O. Howard, 1898-1915. 

Assistant General Secretaries, 
1882-1887. 

31. J. R. Eastman, 1882. 

32. Alfred Springer, 1883. 

33. C. S. MiNOT, 1884, in the absence 

of E. S. HOLDEN. 

34. S. G. Williams,* 1885, in the 

absence of C. C. Abbott. 

35. W. H. Pettee,* 1886. 

36. J. C. Arthur, 1887. 

Secretaries 0} the Council, 1888- 

37. C. Leo Mees, 1888. 

38. H. C. Bolton,* 1889. 

39. H. W. Wiley, 1890. 

40. A. W. Butler, 1891. 

41. T. H. Norton, 1892. 

42. H. Leroy Fairchild, 1893. 

43. Jas. Lewis Howe, 1894. 

44. Charles R. Barnes,* 1895. 

45. Asaph Hall, Jr., 1896. 

46. D. S. Kellicott,* 1897. 

47. Frederick Bedell, 1898. 

48. Charles BaskervillE, 1899. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION 



Secretaries, Continued. 



49. William Hallock, 1900. 

50. D. T. MacDougal, 1901. 

51. H. B. Ward, 1902. 

52. C. Wardell SttlES, 1902. 

53. Chas. S. Howe, 1903. 

54. C. A. Waldo, 1904. 

55. John F. Haypord, 1905. 

56. F. W. McNair, 1906. 

57. F. W. McNair, 1906. 

58. J. Paul Goode, 1907. in place 

of William Harper Davis. 

59. Dayton C. Miller, 1908. 

60. Dayton C. Miller, 1908. 

61. Francis G Benedict, 1909. 

Secretaries of Section A. — Mathema- 
tics, Physics and Chemistry, 
1875-1881. 

(S. P. LanglEy,* 1875. 
(T. C. Mendenhall, 1875. 



2.5. A. W. Wright, 1876. 

26. H. C. Bolton,* 1877. 

27. F. E. Nipher, 1878. 

28. J. K. Rees,* 1879. 

29. H. B. Mason, 1880. 

30. E. T. Tappan, 1 88 1, in the ab- 

sence of John Trowbridge. 

Secretaries of Section B. — Natural 
History, 1874-1881. 

24. Edward S. Morse, 1875. 

25. Albert H. Tuttle, 1876. 

26. William H. Dall, 1877. 

27. George Little, 1878. 

28. Wm. H. Dall, 1879, in the ab- 

sence of A. C. Wetherbv. 

29. Charles V. RilEy,* 1880. 

30. William Saunders, 1881. 



Secretaries of Subsections, 1875-1881. 



Subsection of Chemistry. 

24. F. W. Clarke, 1875. 

25. H. C. Bolton,* 1876. 

26. P Schweitzer, 1877. 

27. A. P. S. Stuart,* 1878. 

28. W. R. Nichols,* 1879. ' 

29. C. E. Munroe, 1880. 

30. Alfred Springer, 1881, in the 

absence of R. B. Warder.* 

Stibsection of Entomology. 
30. B. Pickman Mann, 1881. 



Subsection of Anthropology. 

24. F. W. Putnam, 1875. 

25. Otis T. Mason,* 1876. 

26. 27. United with Section B. 
28—30. J. G. Henderson, 1879-81. 

Subsection of Microscopy. 

25. E. W. MORLEY, 1876. 

26. T. O. Sommers, Jr., 1877. 

27. G. J. Engelmann,* 1878. 

28. 29. A. B. Hervey, 1879-80. 

30. W H. Se.\man,* 1881, in the ab- 
sence of S. P. Sharples 



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officers of the meetings of the association. 

Secretaries of the Sections, 1882- 

Section A. — Mathematics and As- 35. H. S. Carhart, 1886. 
tronomy. 36. C. Leo Mees, 1887. 

37. Alex. Macfaruane, 1888 

31. H. T. Eddy, 1882. 38. E. L. Nichols, 1889. 

32. G. W. Hough,* 1883, in the 39. E. M. Avery, 1890. 

absence of W. W. Johnson. 40. Alex. Macfarlane, 1891 

33. G. W. Hough,* 1884. 41. Brown Ayres, 1892. 

34. E. W. Hyde, 1885. 42. W. LeConte Stevens, 1893. 

35. S. C. Chandler, i886 43. B. W. Snow, 1894. 

36. H. M. Paul, 1887. 44. Ernest Merritt, 1895. 

37. C. L. DooLiTTLE, 1888. 45. Frank P. Whitm.\n, 1896. 

38. G. C. CoMSTocK. 1889. 46. Frederick Bedell, 1897. 

39. W. W. Beman, 1890. 47. W. S. Fr.-vnklin, 1898, in place 

40. F. H. Bigelow, 1891. of E. B. Rosa, resigned. 

41. WiNSLOw Upton, 1892. 48. William Hallock, 1899. 

42. C. A. Waldo, 1893, in theab- 49. R. A. FessEnden, 1900. 

sence of A. W. Phillips. 50. John Zeleny, 1901, in place of 

43. J. C. Kershner, 1894, in place J. O. Reed, resigned. 

of W. W. Beman, resigned. 51. E. F. Nichols, 1902. 

44. Asaph Hall, Jr., 1895, in place 52. D. C. Miller, 1902. 

of E. H. Moore, resigned. 53-57- D- C. Miller, 1903-1906. 

45. Edwin B. Frost, 1896. 58-63. A. D. Cole, 1907-1911. 

46. James McMahon, 1897. 

47. WiNSLOw Upton, 1898, in place ^ . „ „, 

r A ^ „ ^^ . , Section C. — Chemistry 

of Alex. Ziwet, resigned. ■' 

48. John F. Hayford, 1899. 

49. W. M. Strong, 1900. 31. Alfred Springer, 1882 

50. G. A. Miller, i90i,in place of (J. W. LanglEy, 1883. 
H. C. Lord, resigned. ^^' Iw. McMurtrie, 1883. 

51. E. S. Crawley, 1902. 33. H. Carmichael, 18S4, in the 

52. C. S. HowB, 1902. absence of R. B. Warder.* 
53-57. L. G. Weld, 1903-1906. 34. F. P. Dunnington, 1885. 
58-64. George A. Miller, 1Q07- 35- W. McMurtrie, 1886. 

1912. 36. C. F. Mabery, 1887. 

37. W. L. Dudley, 1888. 
Section B. — Physics. 38. Edward Hart, 1889. 

39. W. A. NoYES, 1890. 

31. C. S. Hastings, 1882. 40. T. H. Norton, 1891. 

32. F. E. Nipher, 1883, in the ab- 41. Jas. Lewis Howe, 1892. 

sence of C. K. Wead. 42. H. N. Stokes, 1893, in the ab- 

33. N. D. C. Hodges, 1884. sence of J. U. Nef. 

34. B. F. Thomas, 1885, in place of 43. Morris Loeb, 1894, in place of 

A. A. MiCHELSON, resigned. S. M. Babcock, resigned. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Secretaries of the Sections, Continued. 



44- 



W. P. Mason, 1895. 
W. O. Atwater,* 1895. 

45. Frank P. Venable, 1896. 

46. P. C. Freer, 1897. 

47. C. Baskerville, 1898. 

48. H. A. Weber, 1899. 

49. A. A. NoYEs, 1900. 

50. W. McPherson, 1901. 

51. F. C. Phillips, 1902. 

52. H. N. Stokes, 1902. 
53-58. Chas. L. Parsons, 1903-07. 
59-64. Charles H. Herty, 1908- 

1912. 



53-58. W. T. Magruder, 1903-1907. 
59-64. George W. Bissell, 1908- 
1912. 

Section E. — Geology and Geography. 



31. H. S. Williams, 1882, in the ab- 
sence of C. E. Button. 

32. A. A. JULIEN, 1883. 

2,3. E. A. Smith, 1884. 

34. G. K. Gilbert, 1885, in the ab- 
sence of H. C. Lewis.* 

35. E. W. Claypole,* 1886. 

36. W. M. Davis, 1887, in the ab- 
sence of T. B. COMSTOCK. 

37. John C. Branner, 1888. 

38. John C. Branner, 1889. 

31. J. Burkitt Webb, 1882, in the -^^^ Samuel Calvin, 1890. 

absence of C. B. Dudley. * -^°- '^^^ J '^^^^^^E, 1891. 

32. J. Burkitt Webb, 1883, pro ■^'- ^- ^- Salisbury, 1892. 

42. W. H. Hobbs, 1893, in place 
of R. T. Hill, resigned. 

43. Jed. Hotchkiss,* 1894, in place 
of W. M. Davis, resigned. 

44. J. Perrin Smith, 1895. 

45. W. N. Rice, 1896, in place of 
A. C. Gill, resigned. 

46. C. H. Smith, Jr., 1897. 

47. Warren Upham, 1898. 

48. Arthur Hollick, 1899. 

49. J. A. Holmes, 1900. 

50. H. B. Patton, 1901, in the ab- 
sence of R. A. F. Penrose. 

51. F. P. Gulliver, 1902. 

52. E. O. HovEv, 1902. 

47. John J. Flather, 1898, in the ^"- ^- ^- ^ovey, i903,in absence of 

absence of W. S. Aldrich. ^- ^- Shattuck, 1903. 

48. J. M. Porter, 1899. ^"^~^"- ^^^^^'^'^'^ O- Hovey, 1904- 

49. W. T. Magrudsr, 1900. ^906. 

50. C. W. CoMSTocK, 1901, in the 58-^3- F. P. GullivER. 1907-19"- 

absence of W. H. Jaques. e .• r d-> 

^ . „, Section F. — Biology, 1882-93. 

51. C. A. Waldo, 1902. ^■^' ^ 

53. Elwood Me.\d, 1902, in the ab- 31 William Osler, 1882, in the 
sence of Albsrt Kingsbury. absence of C. S. Minot. 



Section D. — Mechanical Science and 
Engineering. 



tempore. 

33. J. Burkitt Webb, 1884. 

34. C. J. H. Woodbury, 1885. 

35. William Kent, 1886. 

36. G. M. Bond, 1887. 

37. Arthur Beardsley, 1888. 

38. W. R. Warner, 1889. 

39. Thomas Gray,* 1890. 

40. William Kent, 189 i. 

41. O. H. Landreth, 1892. 

42. D. S. Jacobus, 1893. 

43. John H. Kinealy, 1894. 

44. H. S. Jacoby, 1895. 

45. John Galbraith, 1896. 

46. John J. Flather, 1S97. 



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OFFICERS OF THE MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION. 



Secretaries of the Sections, Continued. 



32. S. A. Forbes, 1883. 

33. C. E. Bessey, 1884. 

34. J. A. Lintner,* 1885, in place 

of C. H. Fernald, resigned. 

35. J. C. Arthur, 1886. 

36. J. H. COMSTOCK, 1887. 

37. B. E. Fernow, 1888. 

38. A. W. Butler, 1889. 

39. J. M. Coulter, 1890. 

40. A. J. Cook, 1891. 

41. B. D. Halsted, 1892. 

Section F. — Zoology. 

42. L. O. Howard, 1893. 

43. John B. vS.MiTH, 1894, in place 

of Wm. Libby, Jr., resigned. 

44. C. W. HargiTT, 1895, in place 

of S. A. Forbes, resigned. 

45. D. S. Kelucott,* 1896. 

46. C. C. Nutting, 1897. 

47. R. T. Jackson, 1S98, in place 

of C. W. Stiles, resigned. 

48. C. L. Marlatt, 1899, in place 

of F. W. True, resigned. 

49. C. H. Eigenmann, 1900. 

50. H. B. Ward, 1901. 

51. C. W. Stiles, 1902. 

52. C. J. Herrick, 1902. 
53-58. C. J. Herrick, 1903-07. 
59-64. Maurice A. Bigelow, 1908- 

1912. 

Section G. — Microscopy, 1882-85. 

31. Robert Brown, Jr., 1882. 

32. Carl Seiler, 1883. 

33. RoMYN Hitchcock, 18S4. 

34. W. H. W.\lmsley, 1885. 

Section G. — Botany. 

42. B. T. Galloway, 1893, in the 

absence of F. V. Coville. 

43. Chas. R. Barnes,* 1894. 



(B. T. Galloway, 1895. 
■*^' (M. B. Waite, 1895. 

45. George F. Atkinson, 1896 

46. F. C. Newcombe, 1897. 

47. Erwin F. Smith, 1898. 

48. W. A. Kellerm.an,* 1899. 

49. D. T. MacDougal, 1900. 

50. Ernst A. Bessey, 1901, in the 

absence of A. S. Hitchcock. 

51. H. von Schrenk, 1902. 

52. C. J. Chamberlain, 1902. 
53-55. F. E. Lloyd, 1903-1905. 

56. G. F. Atkinson, 1906, in the 

absence of F. E. Lloyd. 

57. Tblacy E. HazEn, 1906, in the 

absence of F E. Lloyd. 

58. Henry C. Cowles, 1907, in the 

absence of F. E. Lloyd. 
59-64. Henry C. Cowles, 1908- 
1912. 

Section H. — Anthropology and Psy- 
chology. 

31. Otis T. Mason,* 1882. 

32. G. H. Perkins, 1883. 

33. G. H. Perkins, 1884, in the ab- 

sence of W. H. Holmes. 

34. Erminnie a. Smith,* 1885. 

35. A. W. Butler, 1886. 

■36. Chas. C. Abbott, 1887, in the 
absence of F. W. Langdon. 

37. Frank Baker, 1888. 

38. W. M. Beauchamp, 1889. 

39. Joseph Jastrow, 1890. 

40. W. H. Holmes, 1891. 

41. W. M Beauchamp, 1892, in place 

of Stewart Culin, resigned. 

42. W. K. Moorehead, 1893. 

43. A. F. Chamberlin, 1894. 

r Stewart Culin and W. W. 

44. { Tooker, 1895, in place of 
i^ Anita N. McGee, res'd. 



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Section f.— -Social and Economic 
Science . 



officers of the meetings of the association. 

Secretaries of the Sections, Continued. 

45. G.H.Perkins, 1896, in place of 43. Manley Miles, 1894. 

J. G. BouRKE,* deceased. 44. W. R. Lazenby, 1895, in i>lace 

46. Anita N. McGee, 1897, in place of E. A. Ross, resigned. 

of Harlan I. Smith, resigned. 45. R. T. Colburn, 1896. 

47. Marshall H. S.wille, 1898. 46. Archibald Blue, 1897. 
4'^. E. W. Scripture, 1899, in place 47. Marcus Benjamin, 1898 

of Geo. a. Dorsey, resigned. 48. Calvin M. Woodward, 1S99. 

49. Frank Russell,* 1900. 49. H. T. Newcomb, 1900. 

50. G. G. MacCurdy, 1901. 50. R. A. Pearson, 1901, in jdace of 

51. Harlan I. Smith, 1902. Cora A. Benneson, resigned. 

52. R. B. Dixon, 1902. ,si. F. R. Rutter, 1902, in place of 
53-60. Geo. H. Pepper, 1903-08. Walter F.Willcox, resigned. 
61-65. Geo. G. MacCurdy, 1909- ^2. V. H. Hitchcock, 1902. 

1913. 53-57- J- F. Crowell, 1903-06. 

58-60. T. Pease Norton, 1907-1908. 
61. Jno. F. Ckowell, 1909, in place 
of J. P. Norton, res gd. 
f Franklin B. Hough,* 1882. 62-64. FrEd. C. Croxton, 1910- 
I J. Richards Dodge,* 1882. 1912. 

32. Joseph Cummings,* 1883. 

33. Charles W^ Smiley, 1884. 

34. Chas. W. vSmiley, 1885, in the 

absence of J. W. Chickering. 51. F. S. LEE, 1902. 

35. H. E. Alvord,* t886. 52. F. S. Lee, 1903- 

36. W. R. Lazenby, 1887. 53. F. S. Lee, 1904. 

37. Ch.\rles S. Hill, 1888. 54-60. W. J. Gies, 1904-0S. 

38. J. Richards Dodge,* 1889 61-65. George T. Kemp, 1909- 

39. B. E. Fernow, 1890. 1913- 

40. B. E. Fernow, 1891. ^ .- , e-j 

TT T^ o • 1 Section L. — Education. 

41. Henry FARQUHAR,i892,in place 

of L. F. Ward, made Vice- 58. E. L. Thorndike, 1907, pro tem. 
President. 59-64. C. Riborg Mann, 1908- 

42. Nellie S. Kedzie, 1893. 1912. 

TREASURERS. 

1. Jeffries Wyman,* 1848. 8. J. L. LeConte,* 1854, i" the ab- 

2. A. L. Elwyn,* 1849. sence of A. L. Elwyn,* 

3. St. J. Ravenel,* 1850, in the ab- 9-19. A. L. Elwyn,* 1855-1870. 

sence of A. L. Elwyn.* 20-30. Wm. S. Vaux,* 1871-1881. 

4. A. L. Elwyn,* 1850. 32-42. Wm. Lilly,* 1882-93. 

5. Spencer F. Baird,* 185 i, in the 43-49. R. S. Woodward, 1894-1900. 

absence of A. L. Elwyn.* 50-54. R. S. Woodw.^rd, 1901-1905. 
6-7. A. L. Elwyn,* 1851-53. 55-61. R. S. Woodward, 1906-1910. 

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Section K. — Physiology and Experi- 
mental Medicine. . 



Officers for the Minneapolis Meeting. 

(December 27 to 31, 1910.) 



PRESIDENT. 
Albert A. Michelson, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

A. Mathematics and Astronomy — Eliakim H. Moore, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

B. Physics — Edward B. Rosa, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

C. Chemistry — George B. Frankforter, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

D. Mechanical Science and Engineering — A. Lawrence Rotch, Blue 

Hill Meteorological Observatory, Hyde Park, Mass. 

E. Geology and Geography — Christopher W. Hall, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

F. Zoology — Jacob Reighard, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Mich. 

G. Botany — Robert A. Harper, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
H. Anthropology and Psychology — Roland B. Dixon, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass. 

I. Social and Economic Science — Hon. Theodore E. Burton, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

K. Physiology and Experimental Medicine — Frederick G. Now, Uni- 
versity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

L. Education — A. Ross Hill, Universty of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

PERMANENT SECRETARY. 
L. O. Howard. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 

GENERAL SECRETARY. 
Frederic E. Clements, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

SECRETARY OF THE COUNCIL. 
John ZelEny. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

SECRETARIES OF THE SECTIONS. 

A. Mathematics and Astronomy — George A. Miller, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

B. Physics — A. D. CoLE, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

C. Chemistry— C. H. Herty, University of North Carolina, Chapel 

Hill, N. C. 

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D. Mechanical Science and Engineering — G. W. BissELL, Michigan 

Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. 

E. Geology and Geography — F. P. Gulliver, Norwich, Conn. 

F. Zoology — Maurice A. Bigelow, Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. 

G. Botany — H. C. CowlES, University of Chicago, Chicago, III. 

H. Anthropology and Psychology — George Grant MacCurdy, Yale 

University, New Haven, Conn. 
I. Social and Economic Science — Fred. C. Croxton, 1429 New York 

Avenue, Washington, D. C. 
K. Physiology and Experimental Medicine — George T. Kemp, Hotel 

Beardsley, Champaign, 111. 
L- Education — C. R. Mann, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

TREASURER. 
R. S. Woodward, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. 



ASSISTANT TO PERMANENT SECRETARY. 

F. S. Hazard, Office of the A. A. A. S., Smithsonian Institution, 

Washington. D. C. 



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Members of Council for Minneapolis Meeting. 

( December 27 to 31, 1910.) 

Past Presidents. — George J. Brush, New Haven; Edward S. Morse, 
Salem; T. C. Mendenhall, Worcester; George L. Goodale, Cambridge; 
Edward W. MorlEy, West Hartford; Theodore Gile, Washington; 

F. W. Putnam, Cambridge, G. K. Gilbert, Washington; R. S. Wood- 
ward, Washington; C. S. Minot, Boston; Ira Remsen, Baltimore; W. 

G. Fareow, Cambridge; C. M. Woodward, St. Louis; Wm. H. Welch, 
Baltimore ; E. L. Nichols, Ithaca ; T. C. Chamberlin, Chicago ; David 
Starr Jordan, Stanford University. 

Vice-Presidents of the Hanover and Baltimore Meetings.—C. J. 
KeysER, New York; Karl E. Guthe, Ann Arbor; L. KahlEnbERG, 
Madison ; George F. Swain, Cambridge ; Bailey Willis, Washington ; 

C. J. Herrick, Chicago; H. M. Richards, New York; R. S. Wood- 
worth, New York; William G. Sumner,* New Haven; William H. 
Howell, Baltimore; John Dewey, New York. 

Vice-Presidents of the Boston Meeting. — E. W. Brown, New Haven ; 
L. A. Bauer, Washington; William McPherson, Columbus; J. F. 
Hayford, Evanston ; R. W. Brock, Ottawa ; W. E. Ritter, San Diego ; 

D. P. Penhallow, Montreal ; Wm. H. Holmes, Washington ; Byron 
W. Holt, New York; C. S. Minot, Boston; James E. Russell, New 
York. 

Officers for the Minneapolis Meeting. — E. H. MoorE, Chicago; E. B. 
Rosa, Washington ; G. B. FrankeorTER, Minneapolis ; A. L. Rotch, 
Hyde Park; Christopher W. Hall, Minneapolis; Jacob Reighard, 
Ann Arbor; R. A. Harper, Madison; R. B. Dixon, Cambridge; T. E. 
Burton, Cleveland ; F. G. Novy, Ann Arbor ; A. Ross Hill, Columbia ; 
L. O. Howard, Washington; F. E. Clements, Minneapolis; John 
Zeleny, Minneapolis; G. A. MillEr, Urban j; A. D. CoLE, Columbus; 

C. H. Herty, Chapel Hill; G. W. BissELL, East Lansing; F. P. Gul- 
liver, Norwich; M. A. Bigelow, New York; H. C. CowLES, Chicago; 
G. G. MacCurdy, New Haven ; F. C. Croxton, Washington ; George 
T. Kemp, Champaign ; C. R. Mann, Chicago ; R. S. Woodward, Wash- 
ington. 

From the Association at Large. — G. B. Halsted, Greeley; W. S. 
Franklin, Bethlehem; W. P. Bradley, Middletown; F. W. McNair, 
Houghton ; A. P. Brigham, Hamilton ; F. L. LandacrE, Columbus ; A. 

D. Selby, Wooster; Franz Boas, New York; John F. Crowell, New 
York ; Thomas G. Lee, Minneapolis ; Charles S. Howe, Cleveland. 

Elected by the Council. — (For one year) Henry B. Ward, Wm. 
Trelease, L. p. Kinnicutt; (for two years) J. McK. Cattell, J. M. 
Coulter, N. L. Britton; (for three years) H. L. Fairchild, Franz 
Boas, Irving Fisher. 

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From the Affiliated Societies. — American Chemical Society: Wilder 
D. Bancroft^ C. L. Parsons ; Geological Society of America : Arnold 
Hague, E. O. Hovey ; Botanical Society of America : Roland Thax- 
TER, Duncan S. Johnson ; American Microscopical Society : T. J. 
BuRRiLLj Henry B. Ward; American Psychological Association : C. H. 
Judd; American Society of Naturalists; H. S. Jennings, A. G. MayEr; 
American Association of Economic Entomologists: Henry E. Sum- 
mers, Stephen A. Forbes ; American Anthropological Association : R. 
B. Dixon, G. B. Gordon ; Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of 
America: George C. Comstock, William J. Hussey; American Physi- 
cal Society: A. G. Webster, Ernest Merritt; Society of American 
Bacteriologists : Erwin F. Smith ; Association of American Anato- 
mists : Simon H. Gage; Society for Horticultural Science: W. M. 
MuNSON ; Entomological Society of America: J. B. Smith, C. J. S. 
Bethune; American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Alexander C. 
Humphreys, Fred J. Miller; American Institute of Electrical En- 
gineers: Samuel Sheldon, William Esty; American Society of Civil 
Engineers : Charles Warren Hunt, George Gibbs ; American Institute 
of Mining Engineers: H. O. Hoeman, S. F. Emmons; American 
Medical Association: George H. Simmons, George M. Kober; Ameri- 
can Federation of Teachers of the Mathematical and Natural Sciences : 
H. W. Tyler, Otis W. Caldwell; Association of American Geograph- 
ers : H. C. CowLES, A. P. Brigham. 



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Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

In the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seventy^-Four. 

AN ACT 
To Incorporate the "American Association for the Advance- 
ment OF Science." 
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives, in General Court 
assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows: 
Section i. Joseph Henry of Washington, Benjamin Pierce of Cambridge. 
James D. Dana of New Haven, James Hall of Albany, Alexis Caswell of 
Providence, Stephen Alexander of Princeton, Isaac Lea of Philadelphia, 
F. A. P. Barnard of New York, John S. Newberry of Cleveland, B. A. Gould 
of Cambridge, T. Sterry Hunt of Boston, Asa Gray of Cambridge, J. Law- 
rence Smith of Louisville, Joseph Loveringof Cambridge, and John LeConte 
of Philadephia, their associates, the officers and members of the Association 
known as the "American Association for the Advancement of Science," 
and their successors, are hereby made a corporation by the name of the 
"American Association for the Advancement of Science," for the purpose 
of receiving, purchasing, holding, and conveying real and personal property, 
which it now is, or hereafter may be, possessed of, with all the powers and 
privileges, and subject to the restrictions, duties and liabilities set forth 
in the general laws which now or hereafter may be in force and applicable 
to such corporations. 

Section 2. Said corporation may have and hold by ])urchase, grant, 
gift, or otherwise, real estate not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars 
in value, and personal estate of the value of two hundred and fifty thou- 
sand dollars. 

Section 3. Any two of the corporators above named are hereby author- 
ized to call the first meeting of the said corporation in the month of August 
next ensuing, by notice thereof "by mail," to each member of the said 
Association. 

Section 4. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 

House of Representatives, March 10, 1874. 
Passed to be enacted, 
John E. Sanford, Speaker. 
In Senate, March 17, 1874. 

Passed to be enacted, March 19, 1874. 

Geo. B. Loring, President. Approved. 

W. B. Washburn. 
Secretary's Department, 
Boston, April 3, 1874. 

A true copy. Attest: 

David Pulsifer, 
Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCE= 
MENT OF SCIENCE. 

Incorporated by Act of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 



Objects. 

Article i. The objects of the Association are, by periodical and migratory 
meetings, to promote intercourse between those who are cultivating science 
in different parts of America, to give a stronger and more general impulse 
and more systematic direction to scientific research, and to procure for 
the labors of scientific men increased facilities and a wider usefulness. 

Membership. 

Art. 2. The Association shall consist of members, fellows, patrons, 
corresponding members and honorary fellows. 

Members. 

Art. 3. Any person may become a member of the Association upon 
recommendation in writing by two members or fellows, and election by 
the Council. Any incorporated scientific society or institution, or any 
public or incorporated library, may be enrolled as a member of the Associa- 
tion by vote of the Council by payment of the initiation fee; such society, 
institution, or library may be represented by either the President, Curator, 
Director, or Librarian presenting proper credentials at any meeting of the 
Association for which the assessment has been paid . 

Associates. 

Associates for any single meeting shall be admitted on the payment of 
three dollars, such associates to have all the privileges of the meeting, 
except reading papers and voting. 

Members of scientific societies whose meetings are contemporaneous 
with, or immediately subsequent to, that of the Association, and which 

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are recognized by vote of the Council as "Affiliated Societies," may become 
associate members for that meeting on the payment of three dollars. 
They shall be entitled to all the privileges of membership except voting 
or appointment to office, but their names shall not appear in the list of 
members printed in the annual report. 

Foreign Associates. 

Any member or fellow of any national scientific or educational institution, 
or of any society or academy of science, of any country not in America, 
who may be present at anv meeting of the Association shall, on presenting 
the proper credentials, be enrolled without fee as a Foreign Associate, and 
shall be entited to all the privileges of the meeting except voting on mat- 
ters of business. 

Fellows. 

Art. 4. Fellows shall be elected by the Council from such of the members 

as are professionally engaged in science, or have, by their labors, aided in 

advancing science. The election of fellows shall be by ballot, and a 

majority vote of the members of the Council at a designated meeting 

of the Council. 

Patrons. 

Art. 5. Any person paying to the Association the sum of one thousand 
dollars shall be classed as a patron, and shall be entitled to all the privileges 
of a member and to all its publications. 

Ho.voR.'VRY Fellows and Corresponding Members. 

Art. 6. Honorary fellows of the .\ssociation, not exceeding three for each 
Section, may be elected, the nominations to be made by the Council and 
approved by ballot in the respective sections before election by ballot in 
General Session. Honorary fellows shall be entitled to all the privileges 
of fellows, and shall be exempt from all fees and assessments, and entitled 
to all publications of the Association issued after the date of their election. 
Corresponding members shall consist of such scientists not residing in 
America as may be elected by the Council, and their number shall be limited 
to fifty. Corresponding members shall be entitled to all the privileges 
of members and to the annual volumes of Proceedings published sub- 
sequent to their election. 

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Suspensions. 



Art. 7. The name of any member or fellow two years in arrears for 
annual dues shall be erased from the list of the Association, provided, that 
two notices of indebtedness, at an interval of at least three months, shall 
have been given, and no such person shall be restored until he has paid his 
arrearages or has been re-elected. The Council shall have power to exclude 
from the Association any member or fellow, on satisfactory evidence that 
said member or fellow is an improper person to be connected with the 
Association, or has in the estimation of the Council made improper use 
of his membership or fellowship. 

Officers. 

Art. 8. No member or fellow shall take part in the organization of, 
or hold office in, more than one section at any one meeting. 

Art. 9. The officers of the Association shall be elected by ballot by the 
General Committee from the fellows, and shall consist of a President, a 
Vice-President from each section, a Permanent Secretary, a General 
Secretary, a Secretary of the Council, a Treasurer, and a Secretary of each 
Section; these, with the exception of the Permanent Secretary, the Treas- 
urer, and the Secretaries of the Sections, shall be elected at each meeting 
for the following one, and, with the exception of the Treasurer and the 
Permanent Secretary, shall not be re-eligible for the next two meetings. 
The term of office of the Permanent Secretarj', of the Treasurer, and of 
the Secretaries of the Sections, shall be five years. 

President. 

Art. to. The President, or, in his absence, the senior Vice-President 
present, shall preside at all General Sessions of the Association and at 
all meetings of the Council. It shall also be the duty of the President 
to give an address at a General Session of the Association at the meeting 
following that over which he presided. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Art. 1 1 . The Vice-Presidents shall be chairmen of their respective 
Sections, and of their Sectional Committees, and it shall be part of their 
duty to give an address, each before his own Section, at such time as the 

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Council shall determine, at the meeting subsequent to that at which he 
presides. The Vice-Presidents may appoint temporary chairmen to 
preside over the sessions of their Sections, but shall not delegate their 
other duties. The Vice-Presidents shall have seniority in order of their 
continuous membership in the Association. 

Gener.\l Secret.\ry. 

Art. 12. The General Secretary shall.be the Secretary of all General 
Sessions of the Association, and shall keep a record of the business of these 
sessions. He shall receive the records from the Secretaries of the Sections, 
which, after examination, he shall transmit with his own records to the 
Permanent Secretary within two weeks after the adjournment of the 
meeting. 

Secret.ary of the Council. 

Art. 13. The Secretary of the Council shall keep the records of the 
Council. He shall give to the Secretary of each Section the titles of papers 
assigned to it by the Council. He shall receive proposals for membership 
and bring them before the Council. 

Permanent vSecret.-^rv. 

Art. 14. The Permanent vSecretary shall be the executive officer of the 
Association under the direction of the Council. He shall attend to all 
business not specially referred to committees nor otherwise constitutionally 
provided for. He shall keep an account of all business that he has trans- 
acted for the Association, and make annually a general report for publica- 
tion in the annual volume of Proceedings. He shall attend to the printing 
and distribution of the annual volume of Proceedings, and all other printing 
ordered by the Association. He shall issue a circular of information to 
members and fellows at least three months before each meeting, and shall, 
in connection with the Local Committee, make all necessary arrangements 
for the meetings of the Association. He shall provide the Secretaries 
of the A'^sociation with such books and stationery as may be required 
for their records and business, and shall provide members and fellows 
with such blank forms as may be required for facilitating the business 
of the Association. He shall collect all assessments and admission fees, 

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and notify members and fellows of their election, and of any arrearages. 
He shall receive, and bring before the Council, the titles and abstracts 
of papers proposed to be read before the Association. He shall keep an 
account of all receipts and expenditures of the Association, and report 
the same annually at the first meeting of the Council, and shall pay over 
to the Treasurer such unexpended funds as the Council may direct. He 
shall receive and hold in trust for the Association all books, pamphlets, 
and manuscripts belonging to the Association, and allow the use of the 
same under the provisions of the Constitution and the orders of the Council. 
He shall receive all communications addressed to the Association during 
the intervals between meetings, and properly attend to the same. He 
shall at each meeting report the names of fellows and members who have 
died since the preceding meeting. He shall be allowed a salary which shall 
be determined by the Council, and may employ one or more clerks at such 
compensation as may be agreed upon by the Council. 

Treasurer. 

Art. 15. The Treasurer shall invest the funds received by him in such 
securities as may be directed by the Council. He shall annually present 
to the Council an account of the funds in his charge. No expenditure 
of the principal in the hands of the Treasurer shall be made without a 
unanimous vote of the Council, and no expenditure of the income received 
by the Treasurer shall be made without a two-thirds vote of the Council. 
The Treasurer shall give bonds for the faithful performance of his duty 
in such manner and sum as the Council shall from time to time direct. 

Secret.\ries of the Sections. 

Art. 16. The Secretaries of the Sections shall keep the records of their 
respective Sections, and, at the close of the meeting, give the same, includ- 
ing the records of subsections, to the General Secretary. They shall also 
be the Secretaries of the sectional committees. The Secretaries shall 
have seniority in order of their continuous membership in the Association. 

Vacancies. 

Art. 17. In case of a vacancy in the office of President, the senior Vice- 
President shall preside, as provided in Article 10, until the General Com- 

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mittee can be assembled and the vacancy filled by election. Vacancies 
in the offices of Vice-President, Permanent Secretary, Secretary of the 
Council, .Secretaries of the Sections, and Treasurer, shall be filled by the 
Council by ballot. 

Council. 

Art. 1 8. The Council shall consist of the Past Presidents, and tlie Vice 
Presidents of the last two meetings, together with the President, the 
Vice-Presidents, the Permanent Secretary, the General Secretary, the 
Secretary of the Council, the Secretaries of the Sections, and the Treasurei 
of the current meeting, of one fellow elected from each Section by ballot 
on the first day of its meeting, of one fellow elected by each affiliated 
society, and one additional fellow from each affiliated society having more 
than twenty-five members who are fellows of the Association, and of nine 
fellows elected by the Council, three being annually elected for a term of 
three years. The members present at any regularly called meeting of 
the Council, provided there are at least five, shall form a quorum for the 
transaction of business. The Council shall meet on the day preceding 
each annual meeting of the Association, and arrange the program for the 
first day of the sessions. The time and place of this first meeting shall 
be designated by the Permanent Secretary. Unless otherwise agreed 
upon, regular meetings of the Council shall be held in the Council room 
at 9 o'clock A. M., on each day of the meeting of the Association. Special 
meetings of the Council may be called at any time by the President. The 
Council shall be the board of supervision of the Association, and no business 
shall be transacted by the Association that has not first been referred to, 
or originated with, the Council. The Council shall decide which papers 
discussions, and other proceedings shall be published, and have the general 
direction of the publications of the Association; manage the financial 
affairs of the Association; arrange the business and programs for General 
Sessions; suggest subjects for discussion, investigation or reports; elect 
members and fellows; and receive and act upon all invitations extended 
to the Association and report the same at a General Session of the Asso- 
ciation The Council shall receive all reports of Special Committees and 
decide upon them, and only such shall be read in General Session as the 
Council shall direct. The Council shall appoint at each meeting the fol- 
lowing subcommittees who shall act, subject to appeal to the whole Council, 

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CONSTITUTION. 

until their successors are appointed at the following meeting: i, on Papers 
and Reports; 2, on Members; 3, on Fellows. 

General Committee. 

Art. 19. The General Committee shall consist of the Council and one 
member or fellow elected by each of the Sections, who shall serve until 
their successors are elected. It shall be the duty of the committee to 
meet at the call of the President and elect the general officers for the 
following meeting of the Association. It shall also be the duty of this 
committee to fix the time and place for the next meeting. The Vice- 
President and Secretary of each Section shall be recommended to the 
General Committee by the Sectional Committee. 

Meetings. 

Art. 20. The Association shall hold a public meeting annually for one 
week or longer, at such time and place as may be determined by vote of 
the General Committee, and the preliminary arrangements for each meeting 
shall be made by the Local Committee, in conjunction with the Permanent 
Secretary and such other persons as the Council may designate. 

But, if suitable preliminary arrangements cannot be made, the Council 
may afterwards change the time and place appointed by the General 
Committee, if such change is believed advisable by two-thirds of the 
members present. 

Art. 21, A General Session shall be held at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 
first day of the meeting, and at such other times as the Council may direct. 

Sections and Subsections. 

Art. 22. The Association shall be divided into Sections, namely: — A, 
Mathematics and Astronomy; B, Physics; C, Chemistry, including its 
application to Agriculture and the Arts; D, Mechanical Science and Engi- 
neering; E, Geology and Geography; F, Zoology; G, Botany; H, Anthro- 
pology and Psychology; I, Social and Economic Science; K, Physiology 
and Experimental Medicine; L, Education. The Council shall have power 
to consolidate any two or more Sections temporarily, and such consolidated 
Sections shall be presided over by the senior Vice-President and Secretary 
of the Sections comprising it. 

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Sectional Committees. 



Art. 23. Immediately on the organization of a Section there shall 
be a member or fellow elected by ballot after open nomination, who, 
with the Vice-President and Secretary and the preceding Vice 
President and the Presidents and Secretaries of those affiliated societies 
which shall be designated by the Council and the members or fellows 
elected by ballot at the four preceding meetings, shall form ii> 
Sectional Committee. The Sectional Committees shall have power to 
till vacancies in their own numbers. Meetings of the Sections shall 
not be held at the same time with a General Session. The Sectional 
Committee may invite distinguished foreign associates present at any 
meeting to serve as honorary members of said Committee. 

Art. 24. The Sectional Committee of any Section may at its pleasure 
form one or more temporary Subsections, and may designate the of!icers 
thereof. The Secretary of a Subsection shall, at the close of the meeting, 
transmit his records to the Secretary of the Section. 

Art. 25. No paper shall be read in any Section or Subsection until 
it has been placed on the program of the day by the Sectional Committee. 

Art. 26. The Sectional Committees shall arrange and direct the business 
of their respective Sections. They shall prepare the daily programs 
and give them to the Permanent Secretary for printing at the earliest 
moment practicable. No titles of papers shall be entered on the daily 
programs except such as have passed the Committee. No change shall 
be made in the program for the day in a Section without the consent 
of the Sectional Committee. The Sectional Committee may refuse to 
place the title of any paper on the program; but every such title, with the 
abstract of the paper or the paper itself, must be referred to the Coimcil 
with the reasons why it was refused. The Sectional Committee shall 
also make nominations to the General Committee for Vice-President and 
Secretary of their respective vSections as provided for in Article 19. 

Art. 27. The Sectional Committees shall examine all papers and 
abstracts referred to the Sections, and they shall not place on the pro- 
gram any paper inconsistent with the character of the Association; and 
to this end they have power to call for any paper, the character of which 
may not be sut^ciently understood from the abstract submitted. 



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Papers and Communications. 



Art. 28. All members and fellows must forward to the Secretary of 
the proper Section or to the Permanent Secretary, as early as possible, 
and when practicable before the convening of the Association, full titles 
of all the papers which they propose to present during the meeting, with a 
statement of the time that each will occupy in delivery, and also such 
abstracts of their contents as will give a general idea of their nature; and 
no title shall be considered by a Sectional Committee until an abstract 
of the paper or the paper itself has been received. 

Art. 29. If the author of any paper be not ready when called upon, 
in the regular order of the official program, the title may be dropped to the 
bottom of the list. 

Art. 30. Whenever practicable, the proceedings and discussions at 
General Sessions, Sections and Subsections, shall be reported by pro- 
fessional reporters, but such reports shall not appear in print as the official 
reports of the Association unless revised by the Secretaries. 

Printed Proceedings. 

Art. 31. The Permanent Secretary shall have the Proceedings of each 
meeting printed in an octavo volume as soon after the meeting as possible, 
beginning one month after adjournment. Authors must prepare their 
papers or abstracts ready for the press, and these must be in the hands 
of the Secretaries of the Sections before the final adjournment of the 
meeting, otherwise only the titles will appear in the printed volume. 
The Council shall have power to order the printing of any paper by abstract 
or title only. Whenever practicable, proofs shall be forwarded to authors 
for revision. If any additions or sub.^tantial alterations are made by the 
author of a paper after its submission to the Secretary, the same shall 
be distinctly indicated. Illustrations must be provided for by the authors 
of the papers, or by a special appropriation from the Council. Immediately 
on publication of the volume, a copy shall be forwarded to every member 
and fellow of the Association who shall have paid the assessment for the 
meeting to which it relates, and it shall also be offered for sale by the 
Permanent Secretary at such price as may be determined by the Council. 
The Council shall also designate the institutions to which copies shall 
be distributed. 

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Local Committee. 



Art. 32. The Local Committee shall consist of persons interested in 
the objects of the Association and residing at or near the place of the 
proposed meeting. It is expected that the Local Committee, assisted 
by the officers of the Association, will make all essential arrangements 
for the meeting, and issue a circular giving necessary particulars, at least 
one month before the meeting. 

Library of the Association. 

Art. 33. All books and pamphlets received by the Association shall 
be in charge of the Permanent Secretary, who shall have a list of the 
same printed and shall furnish a copy to any member or fellow on appli- 
cation. Members and fellows who have paid their assessments in full 
shall be allowed to call for books and pamphlets, which shall be delivered 
to them at their expense on their giving a receipt agreeing to make good 
any loss or damage, and to return the same free of expense to the Perma- 
nent Secretary at the time specified in the receipt given. All books and 
pamphlets in circulation must be returned at each meeting. Not more 
than five books, including volumes, parts of volumes, and pamphlets, 
shall be held at one time by an)^ member or fellow. Any book may be 
withheld from circulation by order of the Council. [The Library of the 
Association was, by vote of the Council in 1895, placed on deposit in the 
Library of the University of Cincinnati, Ohio. Members can obtain the 
use of books by writing to the Librarian of the University Library, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio.] 

Admission Fee and Assessments. 

Art. 34. The admission fee for members shall be five dollars in addition 
to the annual dues. 

Art. 35. The annual dues for members and fellows shall be three dollars. 

Art. 36. Any member or fellow who shall pay the sum of fifty dollars 
to the Association, at any one time, shall become a Life Member, and as 
such shall be exempt from all further assessments, and shall be entitled 
to the Proceedings of the Association. All money thus received shall be 
invested as a permanent fund, the income of which, during the life of 
the member, shall form a part of the general fund of the Association; 

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but, after his death, shall be used only to assist in original research, unless 
otherwise directed by unanimous vote of the Council. (New members 
becoming life members must pay the admission fee of five dollars.) 

Art. 37. All fees and dues must be paid to the Permanent Secretary, 
who shall give proper receipts for the same. 

Accounts. 

Art. 38. The accounts of the Permanent Secretary and of the Treasurer 
shall be audited annually by Auditors appointed by the Council. 

Alterations op the Constitution. 

Art. 39. No part of this Constitution shall be amended or annulled, 
without the concurrence of three-fourths of the members and fellows 
present in General Session, after notice given at a General Session of a 
preceding meeting of the Association. 



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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS 



OF THE 



AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 



FOR THE 



ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, 



PATRONS. 



[Persons contributing one thousand dollars or more to the Association are classed as 
Patrons, and are entitled to the privileges of members and to the publications. The 
names of Patrons are to remain permanently on the list.] 

Tho.vipson, Mrs. Eliz.^beth, Stamford, Conn. {22). (Died July, 1899.) 
LiivLY, Gen. Wii^uam, Mauch Chunk, Pa. (28). (Died December i, 1893.) 
Herrman, Mrs. Esther, 59 West 56th Street, New York, N. Y. (29). 
McMiLWN, Emerson, 40 Wall Street^ New York, N. Y. (37). 

HONORARY FELLOW. 

[See Article VI of the Constitution.] 

*Westinghouse, George, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 1902. D 



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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

The names designated by an asterisk (*) are those of Fellows. (See Article IV of 
the Constitution.) The number in parenthesis indicates the meeting at which the 
Member joined the Association; the date following is the year when made a Fellow; the 
black letters at end of line are those of the Sections to which the Member or Fellow 
belongs. When the name is given in small capitals, it designates that the Member or 
Fellow is also a Life Member. Any Member or Fellow may become a Life Member by 
the payment of fifty dollars. (New members becoming Life Members must pay the 
admission fee of five dollars.) The income of the money derived from a life membership 
is used for the general purposes of the Association during the life of the Member; after- 
wards it is to be used to aid in original research. Life Members are exempt from the 
annual assessment, and are entitled to the publications. The names of Life Members 
are printed in small capitals in the regular list of Members and Fellows. 

The Constitution requires that the names of all Members two years in arrears shall be 
omitted from the list, but their names will be restored on payment of arrearages. Mem- 
bers not in arrears are entitled to the publications of the Association, including the 
journal Science. ($1.00 foreign postage on Sciciue extra.) 

fNOTE. — The omission of an address in the following list indicates that letters mailed 
to that last printed were returned as uncalled for. Information as to the present 
address of the members so indicated is requested by the Permanent Secretary.] 

Aaronson, Dr. A., Jewish Agricultural Experiment Station, Haifa, Pales- 
tine, Turkey, Asia. (6i). G 
Abadie, Eugene H., Consulting Engineer, Third National Bank Building, 
St. Louis, Mo. (58). D 
*Abbe, Professor Cleveland, U. S. Weather Bureau, Baltimore, Md. (16). 

1874. A B 
*Abbe, Cleveland, Jr., Ph. D., U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C. 

(44). 1899. E 
*Abbe, Robert, M. D., 13 West 50th St., New York, X. Y. (36). 1892. K 
*Abbot, Charles G., Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (49). 
1902. B 
Abbot, E. Stanley, M. D., First Assistant Physician, McLean Hospital, 
W^averly, Mass. (54). K 
*Abbott, Alexander Crever, M. D., University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (52). 1905. K 
Abbott, Amos W., M. D., 21 South loth St., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). K 
Abbott, Edwin K., M. D., Monterey, Cal. (60). K 
Abbott, Edwina, Lane, Kansas. (61). 

Abbott, Frank L., Professor of Physical Sciences, State Normal School, 
Greeley, Colo. (50). BE 

* Abbott, James Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Washington Uni- 

versity, St. Louis, Mo. (58). 1 9 10. F 

Abbott, Samuel A. B., Villa Lontana, via Cassia, Rome, Italy. (60). 

Abbott, Theodore Sperry, C. E., Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico. (52). D 
*Abel, John J., M. D., Professor of Pharmacology, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md. (51). 1902. C K 

Abercrombie, Ronald Taylor, M. D., 4 E. Preston St., Baltimore, Md. 
(60). K 

Abraham, Abraham, 420 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). I 

Abrams, Duff Andrew, C. E., Laboratory of Applied Mechanics, Univer- 
sity of lUinois, L'rbana, 111. (60). D 

* Abrams, LeRoy, Assistant Professor of Botany, Stanford University, 

Cal. (54). 1909. G 
Abt, Joseph L., M. D., 733 South Halsted St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Acheson, Edward Goodrich, President, International Acheson Graphite 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. (50). 1903. C 
Achorn, Kendall Lincoln, 178 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Ackerraan, Ernest R., C. E., 506 W. 8th St., Plainfield, N. J. (60). D 
Acland F. A., Deputy Minister of Labor for Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, 
Canada. (60) I 
*Acree, Solomon Farley, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, Johns 
Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (58). 1910. C 
Adam, George, M. D., 2937 Fillmore St., San Francisco, Cal. (60.) K 
Adams, Arthiir K., E. M., General Land Office, Phoenix, Ariz. (58). 

D E 
Adams, C. F., Entomologist, Agricultural Experiment Station, University 
of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. (54). F 
*Adams, Charles Christopher, Ph. D., Associate in Animal Ecology, 

University of Illinois, Urbana, lU. (50). 1903. F 
*Adams, Charles Francis, Head, Department of Sciences, Central High 

School, Detroit, Mich. (53). 1906 B C 
*Adams, Comfort A., Professor of Electrical Engineering, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass. (47). 19 10. BE 
*Adams, Cyrus C, 1043 Southern Boulevard, New York, N. Y. (54) 
1906. E 
Adams, Edward Dean, Empire Building, 71 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. (49). 
*Adams, Edwin Plimpton, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Princeton Univer- 
sity, Princeton. N. J (58). 1910. ABC 
♦Adams, Frank D., McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (60). 1910. E 
Adams, Franklin L., Magnetic Observatory, U. S. Coast Survey, Sitka, 

Alaska. (61). A 
Adams, Frederick Carhart, 5 Hillside Road, Natick, Mass. (50). B C L 
Adams, George E., 184 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Adams, Huntington, M. E., Apartado 127, Oaxaco, Mexico. (60). D 
Adams, J. Pinckney H., Fairhaven, Vermont. (60). K 
Adams, Matthew Prior, Instructor in Physics and Chemistry, State Nor- 
mal School, Box 555, New Britain, Conn. (54). B C 
*Adams, Maxwell, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Nevada, 
Reno, Nevada. (57.) 1909. C 
Addison, Wm. H. F., Logan Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., (60). K 
Aderhold, Thomas Maze, M. D., El Reno, Okla. (58). K 
*Adler, Cyrus, Ph. D., 2041 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
1906. H 
Adler, Herman M., Dan vers State Hospital, Hathome, Mass. (60). 
*Adler, Isaac, M. D., 22 East 62d St., New York, N.Y. (49). 1903. FK 
♦Adler, Leon N., Ph.D. ,100 William St., New York, N.Y. (56). 1909. C 
*Adriance, John S., Williamstown, Mass. (39). 1895. C 
Adsit, Charles George, E. E., Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico. (60). D 
*Agnew, Paul G., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (54). 19 10. B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Agrelius, Frank U. G., 1133 R. I. St., Lawrence, Kans. (60). C 
*Aguilera, Jos6 G., Director, Geological Institute of Mexico, 6a Del Cipres 
No. 176, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. (53). 1905. E 
Ahern, Michael J., S. J., Universitatstrasse 8, Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. 

(57). E 
Aikin, Joseph M., M. D., Professor of Mental Diseases, University of 

Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, Nebr. (55). K 
*Aikins, Prof. H. Austin, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(58). 1910. H L 
Ailes, Hon. Milton E., Riggs National Bank, Washington, D. C. (52). I 
Ainslie, C. N., Fort Collins, Colo. (60). F 
Ainslie, George G., Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson College, S. C. 

(58). F 
Ainsworth, Herman Reeve, M. D., Addison, N. Y. (51). IK 
*Aitken, Robert G., Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton, Cal. (53). 1906. A 
Akeley, Lewis E., Professor of Physics and Chemistry, University of South 

Dakota, Vermilion, S. Dak. (51). B C 
Akerley, Arthur W., M. D., National Soldiers Home Hospital, Milwaukee, 

Wis. (58). K 
Akerlind, Gustav Alfred, 3618 Lexington St., Chicago, 111. (58). F 
Akers, Oscar Perry, Meadville, Pa. (60). A 

Albert, Harry Lee, Professor of Biology, State Normal School, Cape Gi- 
rardeau, Mo. (53). F G 
*Alljert, Henry, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, State 

University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, Iowa. (57). 

1910. K 
Albrecht, Emil Poole, Secretary of the Bourse, 1523 North 17th St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. (51). AD 
*Albrecht, Sebastian, Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton, Cal. (52). 1906. A 
Albree, Chester B., M. E., 11 15 Market St., Allegheny, Pa. (50). D 
Alcott, Rev. William P., Boxford, Mass. (60). 
Alden, Miss Isabel, 24 Waldron Ave., Summit, N.J. (60). G 
*Alden, John, Chemist, Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. (36). 1898. C 
*Alderson, Victor C, President, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo. 

(50). 1903. AD 
Aldrich, Fred Davis, Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. (60). A 
Aldrich, Loyal Blaine, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (61). 

AB 
♦Aldrich, Wm. Sleeper, M. E., Director, Thomas S. Clarkson Memorial 

School of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y. (43). 1897. D I L 
Aldridge, Walter Hull, E. M., Trail, B. C, Canada. (60). D 
Alexander, Daniel Basil William, 1000 Date St., Los Angeles, Cal. (57). C 
Alexander, H. B., University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (58). H 
Alexander, Harry, E. E., M. E., 18-20 West 34th St., New York, N. Y 

(50). D 
Alexander, Hugh S., Macalister College, St. Paul, Minn. (60). 
Alexander, Kay, C. E., Mandan, North Dakota. (58). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Alexander, Robert Lee, C. E-, Chehalis, Washington. (60). D 
Alexander, Samuel, M. D., 68 West 55th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Alexander, Wm. S., Cluirch St. and College Ave., Oxford, Ohio. (58). K 
*Aley, Robert Judson, Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. (49). 
igo6. A 
Alfred, C. Morton, M. D.. 640 N. Columbns St., Lancaster, Ohio. (60). K 
Alger, John L-, R. I. Normal School, Providence, R. I. (60) 
Alkier, Stanislaus Joseph, M. D., 6 Sumner Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Allabach, Miss Lulu Florence, Teacher of Botany, 5th Avenue High 

School, Pittsburg, Pa. (52). FG 
Allan, John A., Geological Department, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, Boston, Mass. (60). E 
Allderdice, Wm. H., Commander, U. S. N., care Navy Department, 

Washington, D. C. {33). D 
Alleger, Walter W., M. D., 143 W St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (60). K 
*Alleman, Gellert, Ph. D., Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. (50). 

1909. C 
*Allen, Bennet Mills, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (54). 1906. FK 
*Allen, Charles Elmer, 2014 Chamberlin Ave., Madison, Wis. (55). 
1908. G 
Allen, Charles Metcalf, Assistant Professor of Experimental Engineering, 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass. (52). D 
*Allen, David R., Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. (57). 1909. A 
*AlIen, Edwin West, Ph. D., Editor, Experiment Station Record, U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (52). 1909. C 
Allen, Miss Eleanor W., 12 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*AlIen, Frank, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Manitoba, Winni- 
peg, Manitoba. Canada. (49). 1903. B 
Allen, Glover Morrill, Ph. D., 16 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. (58). F 
Allen, Harrison S., 287 Grove St., Waterbury, Conn. (60). C 
Allen, James Lane, 130 West 57th' St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Allen, Joel Asaph, American Museum of Natural History, New York, 

N. Y. (60). 
Allen, John H., E. M., 202 Edgar Place, Elizabeth, N. J. (60). D 
*Allen, Joseph, 9 Myrtle St., White Plains, N. Y. (58). 1909. A 
*Allen, Reginald Bryant, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics. Kenyon 
College, Gambler, Ohio. (58). 1909. A 
Allen, S. C, 81 Lake Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (60). C 
Allen, Walter S., care General Chemical Co., Laurel Hill, L. I., N. Y. 

(58). C 

Allen, William Frederick, 180 Scotland Road, South Orange, N. J. (55). 
Aller, Henry D., Superintendent and Director, U. S. Fisheries Laboratory, 
Beaufort, N. C. (57). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*AIlis, Edward Phelps, Jr., LL. D., Palais de Carnoles, Mentone, South 

France. (52). 1905. F 
*Allison, Charles Edward, M. D., Elysburg, Pa. (51). 1906. K 
Allison, Samuel B., 6035 Drexel Ave., Chicago. 111. (58). 
AUorge, M. M., Lecturer in Geomorphology, Oxford, England. (60). 
*Almy, Frank Fayette, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Iowa College, Grin- 

nell, Iowa. (57). 1909. B 
*Almy, John E., Ph. D., Instructor in Physics, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. (50). 1901. B 
Alpers, Martin Edward, Jr., 94 Randolph Ave., Dover, N. J. (57). K 
Alpers, William C, 495 Columbus Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). I 
*Alsberg, Carl Lucas, M. D., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (55). 1908. C 
Alsop, E. B., 1502 20th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (50). D 
Alspach, Edmund Franklin, 455 West Sixth Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

(48). H 
Altamirano, Dr. Fernando, Institute Medico Nacional, Esquina de Bal- 

deras y Ayuntamiento num 1202, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. (53). G 

Alvord, John Watson, C. E., 5447 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). D 

Alway, Frederick James, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (60). C 

Alwine, John, Jr., Associate Manager. Baltimore Chrome Works. 1348 

Block St., Baltimore, Md. (54). C 

*Alwood, Prof. Wm. Bradford, "Stonehenge," Rio Road, Charlottesville, 

Va. (39). 1891. CG 
*Amberg, Emil, M. D., 270 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. (58). 1909. 
HK 
Ames, Charles W., President, St. Paul Institute of Arts and Sciences, St. 

Paul, Minn. (61). L 
Ames, Edward Scribner, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Ames, Oakes, Director, Botanic Garden of Harvard University. North 

Easton, Mass. (50). 1905. G 
*Ami, H. M., Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. (54). 1906. 
EFG H 
Amstutz, Noah vSteiner, E. E., Valparaiso, Ind. (60). D 
Anders. Howard S., M. D., 2035 AA'alnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 

BKL 
Anderson, A. J. C, 127 Water St.. New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Anderson, Alexander P.. 5463 Washington Ave., Chicago. 111. (45). 
1899. G 
Anderson, David Guy, C. E., 1332 Walnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. (60). D 
*Ander.son, Douglas S.. Professor of Electrical Engineering, Tulane Uni- 
versity, New Orleans, La. (49). 1910. B D 
Anderson, F. Paul, M. E., Director, School of Mechanical and Electrical 
Engineering, State University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. (58). D 
*Anderson, Frank, E. M., 2 Henry Flats, Salt Lake City, Utah. (50). 
1906. D E 

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MEMBERS AND FELIvOWS. 

Anderson, Frank P., Epworth Seminary, Epworth, Iowa. (46). 
Anderson, George Gray, C. E., 518-519 Equitable Building, Denver, 
Colo. (60). D 
♦Anderson, John F., M. D., U. S. Public Health and Marine Hospital 
Service, Washington, D. C. (58). 1908. K 
Anderson, Robert B,, M. D., 925 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). K 
Anderson, Robt. Van Vleck, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(57). EF 
Anderson, Ross, M. D., Sharon Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. (60). K 
Anderson, Samuel Herbert, care Occidental College, Los Angeles, Cal. 

(58). B 
*Anderson, William G., M. D., Director, Yale University Gymnasium, New 

Haven, Conn. (52). 1906. H K 
Anderson, Winslow, M. D., President, College of Physicians and Surgeons 

of San Francisco, 1065 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. (51). K 
Andrew, Jas. D., E. E., 15 Lee Ave., Chestnut Hill, Mass. (58). D 
♦Andrews, Clement Walker, Librarian, The John Crerar Library, Chicago, 
.111. (53). 1908. C 
Andrews, Daniel Marshall, C. E., U. S. Engineer Office, Montgomery, 

Ala. (60). D 
♦Andrews, Ethan AUen, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, Baltimore, Md. (58). 1909. F 
Andrews, Mrs. E. A., 821 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (60). F H 
♦Andrews, Frank Marion, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany, Indiana 
University, Bloomington, Ind. (52). 1903. G 
Andrews, Horace, C. E., 125 Lancaster St., Albany, N. Y. (60). D 
♦Andrews, Launcelot W., Ph. D., 823 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa. (58). 

1909. C 
Andrews, LucUle, Woodbury, N. J. (61). G 
Andrews, Wm. Edward, Principal, Township High School, Taylorv'ille, 

111. (52). D 
Andrews, William Symes, care General Electric Company, Schenectady, 

N. Y. (50). D E 
Andrews, W. W., LL.D., Mt. Allison University, Sackville, N. B., Can- 
ada. (60). C 
Aneker, Walter, 203 Ridgewood Road, Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. (60) . 
Angela, Sister Helen, College of St. Elizabeth, Convent Station, N. J. 

(58). EG 
Angell, William R., ion Ashland Block, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Angier, Roswell Parker, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (57). K 
Angle, Edward H., M. D., 58 Bellevue Place, New London, Conn. (53). F 
Ansley, WUIiam Bailey, M. D., 34 Indiana Ave., Saltsburg, Pa. (60). K 
Anthony, Chas., Jr., C. E., Gen. Mgr., Bahia Blanca Waterworks Co., 

Casilla de Correo 149, Bahia Blanca, Argentine Rep., S. A. (60). D 
Anthony, Gardner Chace, Professor of Technical Drawing, and Dean, 

Engineering Department of Tufts College, Tufts College, Mass. 

(.■^6^. D L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Anthony, Mrs. S. Reed, 113 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Antisell, Frank Linden, M. E., Perth Amboy, N. J. (58). D 

Apfel, PhiHp F., Raeco, Wash. (58). C 

App, John C, Box 464, Charleston, W. Va. (60). C 

Apple, A Thomas G., Director, Daniel SchoU Observatory, Lancaster, 

Pa. (61). A 
Apple, Joseph H., President, Woman's College, Frederick, Md. (52). I 
*Appleton, John Howard, Professor of Chemistry, Brown University, 

Providence, R. L (50). 1901. C 
Appleton, William Day, E. E., Apartado 23, Zamora, Michoacan, Mexico. 

(58). D 
Archer, William J., Superior, Wis. (58). C 
Archibald, Eben H., Bowne Hall of Chemistry, Syracuse University, 

Syracuse, N. Y. (60). C 
♦Archibald, Raymond Clare, Brown University, Providence, R. I. (54). 

1906. A 
Archinard, Paul E., M. D., Professor of Neurology, Tulane University, 

New Orleans, La. (60). K 
Ardagh, Edward G. R., Faculty of Applied Science, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada. (60). C 
*Argall, Philip, 505 Majestic Building, Denver, Col. (54). 1906. C E 
Argollo, Miguel T., C. E.. Caixa 89, Bahia, Brazil. S. A. (60). D 
Armfield, Frank, Monrne, N. C. (55). I 
Armitage, Thomas L., M. D., Princeton, Minn. (51). K 
Arms, Burdett L., M. D., 30 Huntington Ave., Boston Mass. (60) K 
*Armsby, Henry Prentiss, Ph. D., Director, Institute of Animal Nutrition, 

Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. (52). 1903. C 
Armstrong, E- J., M. E., 954 West 9th St., Erie, Pa. (58). D 
Armstrong, Dr. John M., 436 Portland Ave., St. Paul, Minn. (60). 
Armstrong, Lyndon K., E. M., Editor, Northwest Mining News, 615 Hyde 

Block, Spokane, Wash. (58). D 
Armstrong, Samuel T., M. D., Katonah, N. Y. (57). K 
Arnold, Mrs. Alma C, 2025 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (58). K 
*Arnold, Bion Joseph, 4713 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. (50). 1903. D 
Arnold, Ernst Hermann, M. D., Director, New Haven Normal School of 

Gymnastics, 46 York Square, New Haven, Conn. (52). K 
Arnold, Felix, Ph. D., 34 St. Nicholas Place, New York, N. Y. (58). H L 
Arnold, Harold De Forrest, Mt. Allison University, Sackville, N. B., 

Canada. (57). B 
*Arnold, Ralph, Ph. D., 726 H. W. Hillman Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

(51). 1906. E 
Arny, H. V., 421 Superior Ave., N. E., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). C 
*Arthur, J. C, Agricultural Experiment Station, Purdue University, 

Lafayette, Ind. (21). 1883. G 
Ashbrook, Donald Sinclair, 16 Willard St., Wilmington, Del. (51). C 
♦Ashley, George Hall, Capitol Annex, Nashville, Tenn. (51) 1903. E F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Ashmead, Percy Herbert, C. E., Plandome, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 
(60). D 

Ashworth, D. Irving, P. O. Box 38, Wappinger's Falls, N. Y. (58). C 

Aspinwall, John, Newburgh, N. Y. (49). 

Astor, Col. John Jacob, 23 "West 26th St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 

Atkins, Martin D., 269 Forest Ave., River Forest, 111. (48). B 

Atkinson, Albert A., E. E., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engi- 
neering, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. (60). D 

Atkinson, Daniel A., M. D., 132 Oakwood Ave., West View, Pa. (56). K 

Atkinson, Frederick W., Ph. D., President, Polytechnic Institute, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. (60). 

*Atkinson, George Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Botanj', Cornell Univer- 
sity, Ithaca, N. Y. (39). 1892. G 

Atkinson, J. W., Union Sugar Co., Betteravia, Cal. (60). C 

Atkinson, John B., Earlington, Ky. (26). D 

At Lee, John L., M. D., Lancaster, Pa. (60). K 

Attix, James C, M. D., 2355 N. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
*Atwell, Charles B., Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. (36). 

1890. G 
*Atwood, Wallace Walter, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physiography 
and General Geology, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 
1910. E L 

Aue, Joseph E., M. E., care Pacific Gas and Electric Co., Bayshore 
District, San Francisco, Cal. (58). D 

Aurness, Peter A., M. D., 1937 Park Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). K 

Austin, Clift F., Central Nueva Luisa, Jovellanos, Cuba. (54). G 

Austin, F. E., E. E., P. O. Box 293, Hanover, N. H. (57). D 
*Austin, Oscar P., Chief, Bureau of Statistics, Department of Commerce 

and Labor, Washington, D. C. (51). 1907- ' 
*Avery, Samuel, Ph. D., Director, Chemical Laboratories, University of 
Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (57). 1908. C 

Aycrigg, Wm. Anderson, C. E., 520 Bee Building, Omaha, Nebr. (58). D 

Aydelott, Chas. G. B., 4717 Ridgeway Ave., Norwood, Ohio. (60). C 

Ayer, Edward Everett, 15 15 Railway Exchange Building, Chicago, 111. 
(37). H 

Aylmer, Arthur L., M. D., 329 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). K 

Aymar, J., (57). 

Ayres, George Frederic, Ph. D., President, Lindenwood Female College, 
St. Charles, Mo. (58). 

Ayres, Horace B., Aitkin, Minn. (40). 

Ayres, Thomas Willard, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. De))!. of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (60). G 
*Babasinian, Vahan S., Ph. D., Instructor in Organic Chemistry, Lehigh 
University, South Bethlehem, Pa. (57). 1910. C 

Babb, Maurice Jeffries, Ph. D., Box 6, College Hall, University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (60). A 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Babcock, Earle Brownell, 5546 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Babcock, Earle J-, Professor of Chemistry and Dean, College of Mining 
Engineering, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 
(58). 1910. CD 
Babcock, Ernest Browne, Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology, Uni- 
versity of California, Berkeley, Cal. (57). G 
*Babcock, Stephen Moulton, Ph. D., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (33). 1885. C 
Babcock, William Wayne, M. D., 2033 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(54). K 
*Baber, Zonia, Associate Professor of Geography, College of Education, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (54). 1906. E 
Bachmann, Frank, State Water Survey, Urbana, 111. (58). C 
Back, Ernest Adna, Ph. D., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Dept. of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
Backus, Cyrus Day, E. E., U. S. Patent Office, \\'ashington, D.C. 

(60). D 
Bacon, Arthur Avery, Professor of Physics, Hobart College, Geneva, 

N. Y. (53)- B 
Bacon, Charles Sumner, M. D., 756 Sedgwick St., Chicago, 111. (5.S). K 
Bacon, Prof. George Preston, Wakefield, R. I. (58). B 
Bacon, Paul V., 378 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. (61). L 
Baehr, George, 78 West 94th St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
*Baekeland, Leo Hendrik, "Snug Rock," Harmony Park, Yonkers, N. Y. 
(57). 190S. C 
Baerecke, John F., M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Stetson University, 
De Land, Fla. (50). FK 
*Bagg, Rufus Mather, Jr., Ph. D., University of Illinois, LTrbana, HI. 
(49). 1903. E 
BaggalEy, Ralph, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
Bagley, W. C, 61 1 West Oregon St., Urbana, 111. (60). 
Bagot, C. G. Seymour, E. E., Quathiaski Cove, B. C, Canada. (60). D 
*Bailey, Edgar H. S., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Kansas, 
Lawrence, Kans. (25). 1889. C K 
Bailey, Edward P., 32 Silver Road, Brockton, Mass. (52). E 
Bailey, Capt. Frank H., U. S. N., care Navy Department, Washington, 
D. C. (52). D 
*Bailey, Solon Irving, Associate Professor of Astronomy, Harvard College 

Observatory, Cambridge, Mass. (50). 190 1. A 
*Bailey, Vernon, \J. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(52). 1904. F 
*Bain, H. Foster, 667 Howard vSt., San Francisco, Cal. (58). 1909. E 
*Bain, Samuel McCulcheon, Professor of Botany, University of Tennessee, 

Knoxville, Tenn. (,so). 1902. G 
*Bair, Joseph Hershey, Ph. D., 4224 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (52). 
1905. H K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Baird, Arthur C, 505 Lincoln Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). A 
*Baird, John Wallace, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Clark University, 

Worcester, Mass. (53). 1905. H 
♦Baird, Lucy H., 341 South i8th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. I 
*Baird, Robert Logan, Troy High School, Troy, Ohio. (53). 1907. K L 
Baird, William C, M. D., 1320 No. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

(60). K 
Baker, A. H., V. S., 2537 State St., Chicago, 111. (58). K L 
Baker, B. N., 907 Calvert Building, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
*Baker, Charles Fuller, Pomona College, Claremont, Cal. (54). 1906. FG 
Baker, Charles W., M. D., Stanwood, Iowa. (60). K 
Baker, Edward Hall, M. D., 5437 Catherine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(58). K 
Baker, Eugene, M. D., 108 W. Seneca St., Ithaca, N. Y. (60). K 
Baker, Ezra F., Head, Department of Philosophy, Trinity University, 
Waxahachie, Texas. (57). H 
*Baker, Frank, M. D., Superintendent, U. S. National Zoological Park, 
Washington, D. C. (31). 1886. F G H I K L 
Baker, Frank Collins, Curator and Secretary, Chicago Academy of Sciences, 

Chicago, 111. (58). 
Baker, Henry B., M. D., R. F. D. 12, Holland, Mich. (58). I K 
Baker, Horace Burrington. University of Michigan Museum, Ann Arbor, 

Mich. (60). 
Baker, Hugh Potter, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. (51). G 
*Baker, James H., LL. D., President, University of Colorado, Boulder, 
Colo. (50). 1903. I 
Baker, Leonard T., University of S. C, Columbia, S. C. (60). 
*Baker, Richard Philip, 818 Kirkwood Ave., Iowa City, Iowa. (60). 

1910. A 
*Baker, Robt. H., Asst. Professor of Astronomy, Brown University, Provi- 
dence, R. I. (54). 1907. A 
Baker, Ross Allen, Professor of Chemistry, Baker University, Baldwin, 

Kans. (58). C 
Baker, Smith, M. D., 37 Winston Building, Utica, N. Y. (54). K 
Baker, Wm. C, M. D., Hummelstown, Pa. (60). K 
*Bakewell, Charles Montague, P. O. Box 813, Yale Station, New Haven, 
Conn. (54). 1906. I 
Balch, Alfred William, M. D., Assistant Surgeon, U. S. N., Tufts College 
Medical School, Boston, Mass. (52). C K 
*Balch, Edwin Swift, 1412 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1903. 
EH 
Balch, Francis Noyes, Hunneman & Balch, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. 

(50). F 
Balcom, R. Wilfred, Ph. D., Room 307, Custom House, Nashville, Tenn. 

(58). C 
Balcomb, Jean Bart, E. E-, 1208 Title and Trust Bldg., Chicago, 111. 
(60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Baldwin, Prof. Bird T., School of Administration, University of Pitts- 
burg, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). H L 
Baldwin, C. Kemble, 1040 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. (58). D 
Baldwin, Mrs. Gertrude H., 3 Madison Ave., Detroit, Mich. (34). H 
Baldwin, Helen, 53 East 20th St., New York, N. Y. (54). C 
Baldwin, Herbert B., Analytic and Consulting Chemist, 927 Broad St., 
Newark, N. J. (43). C 
*Baldwin, S. Prentiss, 736 Prospect St. .Cleveland, Ohio. (47). 1900. E 
*Baldwin, Hon. Simeon E., Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Errors, New 

Haven, Conn. (50). looi. I 
Baldwin, Wesley Manning, Cornell Medical College, New York, N. Y. 

(58). K 
Balke, Clarence William, 805 Nevada St., Urbana, III. (58). C 
Ball, Albert, Assistant in Physics, Cooper Union, New York, N. Y. (58). 
B 
*Ball, Carleton R., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(49). 1902. G 
*Ball, Elmer Darwin, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology and Entomology, Utah 
Agricultural College, Logan, Utah. (50). 1903. F 
Ball, Miss Helen Augusta, 43 Laurel St., Worcester, Mass. (50). F 
Ball, Michael V., M. D., Warren, Pa. (60). K 

Ballard, Caswell A., Curator of Museum, State Normal School, Moorhead, 
Minn. (51). 
♦Balliet, Thomas M., New York University, Washington Square, New 
York, N.Y. (48). 1903. HI 
Ballou, Henry A., Entomologist, Imperial Department of Agriculture, 

Barbados, B. W. I. (56). FG 
Balta, Josd., E. M., Mogollon 13, Lima, Peru, S. A. (60). D 
Baltzell, William Hewson, Wellesley, Mass. (60). 
Bancroft, Edward E., M. D., Wellesley, Mass. (60). K 
♦Bancroft, Frank Watts, Ph. D., R. D. Box 81, Concord, Cal. (50). 1907. 

FK 
Bancroft, Jessie H., Assistant Director of Physical Training, Department 

of Education, New York, N. Y. (58). L 
Bancroft, J. Sellers, M. E., 917 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). D 
Bancroft, Margaret, Haddonfield, N. J. (61). 
♦Bancroft, Wilder Dwight, Ph. D., Professor of Physical Chemistry, Cornell 
University, Ithaca, N. Y. (50). 1901. BC 
Banga, Henry, M. D., 456 La Salle Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Bangs, Lemuel Bolton, M. D., 32 East 51st St., New York, N. Y. (36). 
K 
*Bangs, Outram, 20 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. (47). 1900. F 
♦Banker, Howard James, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Depauw University, 
Greencastle, Ind. (51). 1905. G 
Banks, Chas. S., Box 774, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (57). F 
Banks, Harry Pickands, The Rookery, 217 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
C D 

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Banks, John Edwin, C. E-, American Bridge Co., Ambridge, Pa. (60). D 
Banta, Arthur Mangun, Ph. D., Station for Experimental Evolution, 

Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., N. Y. (53). F 
Banzhaf, Edwin J., Research Laboratory, East i6th St., New York, N. Y. 

(60). CK 
Barber, Herbert S., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
Barber, Kate G., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Barber, Thomas C, Audubon Park Sugar Experiment Station, New 

Orleans, La. (58). F 
Barbour, Miss Carrie Adeline, Department of Geology, University of 
Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (53). E 
*Barbour, Erwin Hinckley, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (45). 1898. E 
*Barbour, Thomas, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge, Mass. 
(52). 1907. F 
Barck, Carl, M. D., 2715 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. (52). K 
*Bardeen, Charles Russell, M. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (50). 1901. F K 
Bardeen, Charles William, 315 E. Washington St., Syracuse, N. Y. (52). 
*Bardwell, Fred Leslie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. (60). 1 910. C 
Barger, Thomas M., 2725 59th Court, Cicero, 111. (58). 
Barhydt, Mrs. P. Hackley, 40 East 70th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Barkan, Adolph, M. D., LL.D., 2209 Laguna St., San Francisco, Cal. 

(51). 1909. K 
*Barker, Lewellys Franklin, M. D., Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
LTniversity, Baltimore, Md. (57). 1908. K 
Barlow, Bronson, N. C. Dept. of Agriculture, Raleigh, N. C. (61). G 
Barlow, Elbert S., M. E., i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y (58). D 
Barlow, John, Professor of Zoology, Rhode Island College of A. and M. 

Arts, Kingston, R. I. (51). F 
Barlow, William Edward, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, 
Va. (60). C 
*Barnard, Edward E., Yerkes Observatory, \\'illiams Bay, Wis. (26). 
1883. A 
Barnes, Carl Lewis, M. D., 1977 Ogden Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Barnes, Cecil, 1150 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. (57). E 

Barnes, Miss Cora F., (57 ' 

Barnes, Francis Merriman, Jr., The Sheppard & Enoch Pratt Hospital. 

Towson, Md. (61). K 
Barnes, Edward W., Perth Amboy, N. J. (49). 

Barnes, Fred Asa, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (56). D 
Barnes, Harry Lee, M. D., Wallum Lake, R. I. (60). K 
*Barnes, Howard Turner, Ph. D., Department of Physics, McGill University, 
Montreal, Canada. (.57). 1909. B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Barnes, Thomas Howard, C. E-, 321 St. Charles St., New Orleans, La. 

(60). D 
Barnes, William, M. D., Decatur, 111. (57). K 
Barnett, Geo. D., Box 12 13, Stanford University, Cal. (60). C 
*Barnett, S. J., 7723 Burthe St., New Orleans, La. (58). 1910. B 
Barney, Edgar S., C. E., 36 Stuyvesant St., New York, N. Y. (58). D 
Barney, Samuel E., C. E, 346 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. (58). D 
Barnhart, Arthur M., 4455 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (42). 
Barnhart, J. M., 707 W. Illinois St., Urbana, 111. (60). C 
*Barnhart, John Hudley, M. D., New York Botanical Garden, Bronx 

Park, New York, N. Y. (49). 1903. GK 
*Barnum, Charlotte C, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (36). 1896. A 
Barnum, WilHam M., 62 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Barr, Charles Elisha, Professor of Biology, Albion College, President, 
Michigan Academy of Science, Albion, Mich. (50). F 
*Barr, John Henry, care of Smith Premier Works, Syracuse, N. Y. (51). 

1903- D 
Barre, Henry Walter, Associate Professor of Botany and Bacteriology, 

Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson College, S. C. (58). G 
*Barrell, Joseph, Ph. D., Yale Universitj* Museum, New Haven, Conn. 

(51). 1905. E 
Barrett, James Theophilus, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (58). G 
Barrett, Otis Warren, Director of Agriculture, Box 255, Lourenco Marquez, 

P. E. Africa. (58). E F G H K 
*Barrett, S. A., Ph. D., Curator, Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wis. (58). 

1910. H 
Barrett, Storrs Barrows, Secretary, Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, 

AVis. (58). A 
Barrett, W. E., Glen Olden, Pa. (60). A 

Barrie,Dr.George,2i3i Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D.C. (49). H I 
Barringer, Daniel Moreau, Geologist and Mining Engineer, 370 Bullitt 

Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (50). D E 
Barrington, Richard L., M. D., 3820 Utah Place, St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 
Barroll, Mrs. Henry Edwards, M. D., 625 Barry Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 

C K 
Barron, George D., Box 198, Rye, N. Y. (57). 
Barron, William E., M. D., Addison, N. Y. (60). K 
Barrow, Bernard, M. D., Barrow's Store, Va. (60). K 
*Barrows, Walter Bradford, Professor of Zoology and Geology, Michigan 

Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. (40). 1897. E F 
Barrows, Prof. William Morton, New Hampshire College, Durham, N. H. 

(57). F 
Barss, Howard Phillips, 13 Howland St., Cambridge, Mass. (61). G 
Barth, Carl G., M. E., 1937 North 33d St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). D 
Bartholomew, C. Edgar, Instructor in Entomology, Iowa State College, 

Ames, Iowa. (54). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bartlett, Mrs. David L., i6 W. Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. (60) 
*Bartlett, Edwin J., M. D., Professor of Chemistry, Dartmouth College, 

Hanover, N. H. (28). 1883. C 
*Bartlett, Francis, 40 State St., Boston, Mass. (50). 1906. I 
Bartlett, Frank Sargent, C. E., 131 Park Place, Schenectady, N.Y. (61). D 
Bartlett, George Miller, Instructor in Drawing and Descriptive Geometry, 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (52). D I 
Bartlett, Harley Harris, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Dept. of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (61). G 
Bartlett, Dr. J. M., Me. Agric. Exp. Station, Orono, Me. (61). C 
Bartlett, John P., 41 Park Row, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Bartley, Elias H., M. D., 21 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (33). 
1894. C K 
Bartley, William M., M. D., Sheyenne, N. Dak. (60). K 
Bartol, John W., i Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Barton, George Estes, 419 North High St., Millville, N.J. (46). 1898. C 
*Barton, George Hunt, Boston Society of Natural History, 234 Berkeley 
St., Boston, Mass. (47). 1900. E 
Barton, Philip Price, E. E., General Manager, Niagara Falls Po^er Co., 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. (50). B D E H 
*Barton, Samuel Goodwin, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Thomas 
S. Clarkson Memorial School of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y. (58). 
1910. A 
*Barton, Samuel Marx, Ph. D., University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. 

(43). 1899. A D 
Bartow, Chas. S., 33 West 73d St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
*Bartow, Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Sanitary Chemistry, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (47). 1906. C 
*Bartsch, Paul, Ph.D., Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1906. F 
Baruch, Edgar, 945 South Olive St., Los Angeles, Cal. (56). CD 
*Barus, Carl, Ph.D., Wilson Hall, Brown University, Providence, R. i 
(33). 1887. B 
Barwell, John William, Waukegan, 111. (47). I L 
*B.A.scoM, Florence, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Bryn Mawr College, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. (42). 1897. E 
Base, Daniel, 329 North Schroeder St., Baltimore, Md. (60). C 
Bashore, Harvey Brown, M. D., West Fairview, Pa. (46). E K 
*Baskerville, Charles, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, College of the City 

of New York, New York, N. Y. (41). 1894. C E 
*Basquin, Olin H., Associate Professor of Physics, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. (53). 1906. B D 
Bass. Col. Edgar Wales, U. S. A., 77 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (58). 

ADEIL 
Basset, Gardner C, 87 Woodland St., Worcester, Mass. (60). F 
Bassett, Carroll Phillips, Ph.D., Civil and Consulting Engineer, Summit, 
N. J. (51). B D I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Bassett, William H., Chief Chemist, American Brass Co., 146 Litchfield 
St., Torrington, Conn. (57). 1909. C 
Bassler, Harvey, Professor of Geology and Biology, Albright College, 

Myerstown, Pa. (61). E F 
Bassler, R. S., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (60). E 
Bassoe, Peter, M. D., 2207 Colfax St., Evanston, 111. (58). H K 
*Batchelder, Charles Foster, 7 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. (54) 1907. 
Bateman, George Frederick, E. E., Cooper Union, New York, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Bates, C. O., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (58). C 

Bates, Henry H., Ph. D., The Revere, 1201 M St. N. W., Washington, 
D. C. (52). ABD 
*Bates, Rev. John Mallery, Red Cloud, Nebr. (51). 1903. F G H L 
Bates, Miss Octavia Williams, The Mount Royal, Baltimore, Md. (58). I 
Bates, Onward, C. E., 355 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. (58). D E I 
Bates, P. H., U. S. Geological Survey, 40th and Butler Sts., Pittsburg, Pa. 
(60). C E 
♦Battle, Herbert B., Ph. D., President, "The Battle Laboratory", 103 
South Court St., Montgomery, Ala. (58). 1910. C 
Bauer, George W., 660 Sacramento St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). C 
*Bauer, Louis A., Ph. D., Director, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, 

Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. (40). 1S92. ABEL 
*Bauer, William Charles, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Northwestern 
University, Evanston, in. (58). 19 10. A BCD 
Baugh, Margaret L., 15 West 67th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Baumgartner, William Jacob, Assistant Professor of Zoology, University 
of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (58). F 
*Bausch, Edw., P. O. Drawer 1033, Rochester, N. Y. (26). 1883. 

ABCF 
*Baxter, Gregory Paul, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (54). 1906. C 
*Bayley, Wm. Shirley, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Geology, University 
of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (53). 1905. E 
Bayliss, Alfred, Macomb, 111. (58). 

Beach, Charles Coflfing, M. D., 54 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. (50). 
FK 
*Beach, Spencer Ambrose, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (41). 1900. G 
Beadle, William H. H., Madison, S. D. (60). 

Beal, George Safford, C. E., 1810 13th St., Altoona, Pa. (6u). D 
*Beal, James Hartley, Ph. D., Professor of Pharmacy, Scio College of 
Pharmacy, Scio, Ohio. (54). 1909. C L 
Beal, Walter Henry, Assistant, Ofhce of Experiment Stations, U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (52). C 
♦Beal, Wm. James, Ph. D., East Lansing, Mich. (17). 1880. G 
Beal, Wm. Otis, 1048 Grove St., Jacksonville, 111. (60). A 
Beal, Wm. R., i West 121st St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Beaman, George Herbert, 2232 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., Washington, 

D. C. (52). I 
Bean, Robert Bennett, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Medical 

School, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. (58). F H K 
Beard, Grace Alden, 88 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). F 
Beard, James T., E. M., 815 Sunset Ave., North Park, Scranton, Pa. 
(58)". D 
*Beardsley, Arthur Eugene, Professor of Biolog}^, Colorado State Normal 
School, Greeley, Colo. (50). 190 1. F 
Beardsley, Benjamin F., M. D., 90 Edwards St., Hartford, Conn. (60). K 
*Beates, Henry, Jr., M. D., President, State Board of Medical Examiners, 
260 North i6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1909. K 
Beattie, Prof. Frederick S., 112 North High St., Bethlehem, Pa. (57). C 
Beattie, J. C, F. R. S. E., South African College, Cape Town, South 

Africa. (54). F 
Beatty, A. Chester, 71 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Beatty, James W. F., Pitcairn, Pa. (51). D 
Beaulieu, Germain, Room 203, New York Life Building, Montreal, Canada. 

(58). F 
Beazley, Arthur T., E. E., Oilfields, Cal. (60). D 

Bebb, Edward C, U. S. Reclamation Service, Glendive, Montana. (52). E 
Bebb, William, Dental Department, University of Southern California, 
Los Angeles, Cal. (60). K 
*Beck, Carl, M. D., Professor of Surgery, New York Postgraduate Medical 
School, President, St. Mark's Hospital, New York, N. Y. (51). 
1906. K 
Beck, Emil G., M. D., 2632 Lake View Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Beck, Matthias A., M. E., 294 Greenbush St., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). D 
*Becker, Dr. Geo. F., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (36). 
1890. E 
Becker, Irwin A., care Michael Reese Hospital, 29th and Groveland 

Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C E G K 
Beckett, Bergie Barry, E. E., Room 718, Crocker Bldg., vSan Francisco, 

Cal. (60). D 
Beckett, Henry C, M. D., Scottsburg, Va. (60). K 
Becknell, Guy G., 34 Gates St., Worcester, Mass. (58). ' B 
Beckwith, Theodore D., Assistant Bacteriologist, North Dakota Agri- 
cultural College, Agricultural College, N. Dak. (57). F G K 
*Bedell, Frederick, Ph. D., Professor of Applied Electricity, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (41). 1894. AB 
♦Bedford, M. Hume, Ph. D., Paris, Ky. (58). 1910. C 
*Beebe, Charles ^^'illiam, Curator of Ornithology, New York Zoological 

Park, New York, N. Y. (53). 1905. F 
*Beebe, Silas Palmer, Physiological Chemist to the Huntington Fund for 
Cancer Research, 216 Central Ave., Flushing, N. Y. (54). 1906. K 
*Beede, Joshua William, Ph. D., Instructor in Geology, Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Ind. (50). 1906. E 

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MBMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Beekman, Gerard, 7 East 42d St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Beer, Edwin, M. D., 1 16 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (56). 1908. K 
Beer, James Anderson, M. D., Health Office, City Hall, Columbus, Ohio. 

(58). CK 
Beers, Everett Jacob, Principal, Oak Grove Seminary and Bailey Institute, 

Vassalboro, Me. (57). BC 
Beers, William Herbert, Chemist and Bacteriologist, 1524 Henderson St., 
Columbia, S. C. (58). C F G H K 
*Beeson, Jasper Luther, Ph. D., Georgia Normal and Industrial College, 
Milledgeville, Ga. (57). 1909. C 
B6gin, L'abbd P. A., Professor of Physics and Chemistry, Seminaire vSaint 

Charles Borromee, Sherbrook, Quebec, Canada. (58). BC 
Behr, Edward, C. E., 838 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). HL 

Behr, Gustavus E., Jr., (58). C 

*Behrend, Bernard Arthur, C. E., E. E., P. O. Box 143, East Liberty, 
Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 1903. A B D I L 
Beidler, Francis, 115 Adams St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Belknap, Henry WyckofT, 31 Warren St., Salem, Mass. (57). 
Belknap, Lewis Jerome, M. D., Garden City Sanitarium, San Jose, Cal. 
(60). K 
*Bell, Albert T., Nebraska Wesleyan University, University Place, Nebr. 

(52). 1903. G 
*Bell, Alexander Graham, Ph. D., 1331 Connecticut Ave. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. (26). 1879. B H I 
Bell, C. M., M. D., 320 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (36). K 
Bell, J. Finley, M. D., Englewood, New Jersey. (57). K 
*Bell, James Carleton, Ph. D., 1032 Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). 

1910. FHL 
*Bell, James Munsie, Bureau of Soils, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (58). 1909. B C 
*Bell, John Everett, M. E., care the Babcock & Willcox Co., 85 Liberty 

St., New York, N. Y. (53). 1906. D 
*Bell, Robert, M. D., LL. D., 136 Maclaren St., Ottaw^a, Canada. (38). 
1889. E F K 
Bell, Robert N., E. M., State Inspector of Mines, Boise, Idaho. (60). D 
Bell William B., Assistant Professor of Zoology and Physiology, Agricul- 
tural College, N. Dak. (56). F K 
Seller, William Frank, Chief Liquidating Clerk, New York Custom 

House, 51 East 123d St., New York, N. Y. (56). F H I 
Belling, John, Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville, Fla. 

(58). G 
Bellows, Horace M., M. D., Huntingdon Valley, Pa. (51). K 
*Belmont, August, 23 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (50). 1906. I 

Belmont, Hon. Perry, 580 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Beman, Wooster Woodruff, Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Michigan, Arm Arbor, Mich. (34). 1886. A 
Bement, Alburto, E. M., 2 1 14 Fisher Building, Chicago, 111. (52), B C D E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

B^ndrat, Rev. Thomas Albert, Turner's Fall, Mass. (52). E F G 
Benecke, Adalbert O., E. E., care Industrial Instrument Co., Foxboro, 

Mass. (58). D 
Benedict, Rev. C. K., Christ Church Rectory, Glendale, Ohio. (60). 
*Benedict, Francis Gano, Ph. D., Director, Nutrition Laboratory, Carnegie 

Institution, Boston, Mass. (55). 1908. C K 
Benedict, Harris Miller, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of 

Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (52). F G 
Benedict, Harry Yendell, Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of 

Texas, Austin, Tex. (58). A D 
Benedict, Ralph Curtis, 2427 Lorillard Place, Fordham, N. Y. (60). G 
Benedict, Wm. de L., E. M., 43 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. (57). D 
Bengston, Rev. Carl J., Missoula, Montana. (58). H 
*Benjamin, Marcus, Ph. D., LL. D., U. S. National Museum, Washing- 
ton. D. C. (27). 1887. C I 
Benner, Winthrop W., Box 540, Port Arthur Ontario, Can. (60). C 
Bennehoff, James D., Prof, of Geology and Biology, Alfred University, 

Alfred, N. Y. (61). E 
*Benneson, Miss Cora Agnes, 4 Mason St., Cambridge, Mass. (47). 1S99. 

H I 
*Bennett, Alfred A., Professor of Chemistry, Iowa State College, Ames 

Iowa. (54). 1906. C 
Bennett, Charles Wilkes, Coldwater, Mich. (50). E F G 
Bennett, Mrs. George, 1377 Acoma St., Denver, Colo. (58). F G 
Bennett, Henry C, Hotel Longacre, 157 West 47th St., New York, N. Y. 

(43). 
Bennett, John N., Professor of Mathematics, Doane College. Crete, Nebr. 

(57). A 
Bennett, Lee F., Professor of Zoology and Geology, Valparaiso Linivcrsity, 
Valparaiso. Ind. (58). E F 
*Bennett, William Z., Ph. D., Director, Chemical Laboratory. University 
of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio. (48). 1903. C 
Bennion, Milton, Professor of Philosophy, University of Utah, Salt Lake 

City, Utah. (60). L 
*Bensley, Benjamin Arthur, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Zoology, Uni- 
versity' of Toronto. Toronto. Canada. (58). 1910. F K 
Bensley, Robert Russell, Professor of Anatomy, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Bentley. Gordon M., Instructor in Zoology and Entomology, University 
of Tennessee. Knoxville. Tenn. (54). F 
*Bentley, Madison, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (54). 1906. H K 
*Bentley, William B., Professor of Chemistry, Ohio L^niversity, Athens, 
Ohio. (51). 1903. C 
Bentley, Wilson A., Jericho, Vt. (48). B 
Benton, Frank, P. O. Box 17, Washington, D. C. (54). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Benton, John Robert, Ph. D., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engi- 
neering, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. (51). 1906. B D 

Benz, George G., 668 Cable St., St. Paul, Minn. (60). 

Benzenberg, George Henry, C. E., 13 10 Wells Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. 
(58). D 

Berard, Eugene M., 43 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. (58). A E I 

Berg, William Nathan, Ph. D., Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (55). C K 
*Bergen, Joseph Young, 47 Raymond St., North Cambridge, Mass. (57). 
1909. G 

Bergen, Van Brunt, C. E., Shore Road and 77th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(54). I 
Berger, E. W., Ph. D., Entomologist, Florida Agricultural Ex])eriment 
Station, Gainesville, Fla. (57). F 
*Bergey, David Hendricks, M. D., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology, 
Laboratory of Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(48). 1903. K 
Berghausen, Dr. E. J., 3427 Evans Place, Clifton, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). C 
Bergin, Rev. Alfred, Ph. D., Lindsborg, Kans. (60). H 
Bergland, Major Eric, P. O. Box 30, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Bergman, Herbert Floyd, Assistant Professor of Botany, Agricultural 
College, Fargo, N. D. (60). G 
*Berkey, Charles Peter, Ph. D., Tutor in Geology, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. (50). 1905. E 
Berlenbach, Philip H., M. D., 9 Stuyvesant Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Berlin, Henry, M. D., no McCallie Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. (58). K 
Berna, George, M. E., Hygeia Ice Co., Ithaca, N. Y. (60). D 
Bernheimer, Charles L., 120 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Berolzheimer, Daniel D., care Arlington Chemical Co., Yonkers, N. Y. 

(55). CH 
Berry, Daniel, M. D., Carmi, 111. (41). B C E 

Berry, Edgar H., 248 North 20th St., East Orange, N.J. (50). A B C D 
*Berry, Edward \\'., Johns Hopkins l^niversity, Baltimore, Md. (50). 
1905. E G 
Berry, John Wilson, C. E., Pittston, Pa. (47). 
*Bessey, Charles Edwin, Ph. D., LL.D., Dean, University of Nebraska, 

Lincoln, Nebr. (21). 18S0. G 
*Bessey, Ernst Athearn, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Michigan Agric. 

College, East Lansing, Mich. (49). 1901. G 
Bessey, J. Mortimer, M. D., 1814 Adams vSt., Toledo, Ohio. (51). K 
Best, George Newton, M. D., Rosemont, N. J. (54). G K 
Bestor, George W., 954 Security Bank Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 
(60). 
*Bethune, Rev. C. J. S., Professor of Entomology, Ontario Agricultural 
College, Guclph, Ontario, Canada. (18). 1875. F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Betten, Cornelius, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Lake Forest College, 

Lake Forest, 111. (56). F 
Betts, Anson G., E. M., Troy, N. Y. (60). C D 
Betts, vSamuel R., Kuhn-Loeb Building, 32 William St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). DL 
Betts, William Royston, M.D., 1331 Eighth St., New Orleans, La. (55). K 
Beubler, Geo. O. H., 2813 Hobart Boulevard, Los Angeles, Cal. (58). C 
Beuteruniiller, Wm., Curator, Department of Entomology, American 
Musemn of Natural History, New York, N. Y. (57). F G I L 
*Bevan, Arthur Dean, M. D., Professor of Surgery, Rush Medical College, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. K 
Bevier, George, Jr., 702 Alice Ave., Spokane, Wash. (55). D 
*Bevier, Miss Isabel, Professor of Household Science, University of Illinois, 

Urbana, 111. (46). 1909. C 
*Beyer, George Eugene, Professor of Biology, Tulane University, New 
Orleans, La. (54). 1906. FG 
Beyer, J. Walter, M. D., 401 Eastern Ave., Aspinwall, Pa. (60). K 
*Beyer, Samuel Walker, Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Mining Engineer- 
ing, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (47). 1900. D E 
*Bibbins, Arthur Barneveld, Curator and Instructor in Geology and Miner- 
alogy, The Woman's College, Baltimore, Md. (54). 1906. E 
Bickford, Elizabeth E., Ph. D., 45 Hemenway St., Boston, Mass. (60). F 
*Bickmore, Albert S., Ph. D., American Museum of Natural History, 

New York, N. Y. (17). 1880. H 
*Biddle, Henry Chalmers, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 
University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (60). 19 10. C 
Biddle, James G., 11 14 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (33). B 
Bidwell, Geo. L., 1225 S St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (60). C 
*Bien, JuUus, 140 Sixth Ave., New York, N. Y. (34). 1905. E H 
Bierbaum, Christopher Henry, M. E., Consulting Engineer, 1142 Pru- 
dential Building, Buffalo, N. Y. (53). D 
Bierwirth, Julius C, M. D., 137 Montague St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (51). K 
*Bigelow, Prof. Frank H., Oficina Meteorologica, Buenos Aires, Argentine 

Republic. S. A. (36). 1888. A B 
*Bigelow, Harriet W., Ph. D., Smith College Observatory, Northampton, 

Mass. (57). 1909. A 
*Bigelow, Henry Bryant, Ph. D., Museum of Comparative Zoology, 

Cambridge, Mass. (52). 1909. F 
*Bigelow, Maurice Alpheus, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Teachers College, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (51). 1903. FL 
*Bigelow, Robert Payne, Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. (51). 1903. F 
♦Bigelow, Samuel Lawrence, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of General Chem- 
istry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (51). 1903. C 
♦Bigelow, Willard Dell, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (53). 1906. C 
Bigelow, Wm. Sturgis, M. D., 56 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (57). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bigg, Elmer LeRoy, M. D., Hot Springs, Ark. (60). K 

Bigney, Andrew J., Professor of Biology and Geology, Moores Hill College, 

Moores Hill, Ind. (50). EF 
Bijur, Moses, Manhattan Square Hotel, 50 West 77th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57)- CDE 
Bikle, Charles Earle, 101 Clarendon St., Syracuse, N. Y. (60). A 
♦Billings, Frank, M. D., 335 East 226. St., Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. H K L 
Billingsley, Paul, 446 Macon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (61). F 
Bilstein, Emma L., M. D., Highlands, N. C. (60). K 
Bingham, Hiram, Ph. D., Box 201, Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 

(58). I 
Bingham, Walter VanDyke, Ph. D., Asst. Professor of Psychology, 

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. (60). H 
Binney, Harold, 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Bird, Charles S., Jr., East Walpole, Mass. (60). 
Bird, Henry, Rye, N. Y. (55). F 
*Bird, Robt. Montgomery, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of 
Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (57) 1909. C 
Birdsall, Mrs. W. R., 316 So. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Colo. (57). 
*Birge, Edward Asahel, Ph. D., Dean, College of Letters and Science, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (53). 1905. F 
Birkhoff, George D., 15 Alexander St., Princeton, N. J. (61). 
Birnie, Clotworthy, M. D., Taney town, Md. (60). K 
*Bishop, Howard Beckey, 1054 Park* Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (56). 
1908. C 
Bishop, James Hall, 2520 Gough St., San Francisco, Cal. (51). H 
Bishop, Mrs. Josephine Hall, 2309 Washington St., San Francisco, Cal. 
(51). H 
♦Bishop, Louis B., M. D., 356 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. (50). 1906. 
I K 
Bishop, Louis Faugeres, M. D., 54 West 55th St., New York, N. Y. (60). 

K 
Bishop, Rev. Samuel H., 500 West i22d St., New York, N. Y. (57). H I 
Bishopp, Fred C, Box 208, Dallas, Texas. (54). F 
*Bissell, George Welton, Dean of Engineering, Michigan Agricultural 

College, East Lansing, Mich. (53). 1905. D 
*Bissing, William F., 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (55). 1909. B D H 1 
Bitner, Henry F., Ph. D., Teacher of Natural Science, First Pennsylvania 
State Normal School, Millersville, Pa. (52). B C G 
*Bitting, Katherine Golden, Lafayette, Ind. (42). 1897. G 
*BiXBY, Col. W. H., Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., 508 Colorado Building. 
Washington, D. C. (34). 1892. D 
Black, Alexander, Fort Defiance, Ariz. (60). H 
Black, Carl E., M. D., Jacksonville, 111. (60). K 
Black, H. Crawford, Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Black, Newton Henry, 15 EUery St., Cambridge, Mass. (50). B C 
Black, Otis Fisher, 1613 Riggs Place, Washington, D. C. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Black, Robert A., M. D., Virginia Hot Springs, Va. (60). K 

Black, Lieut. Roger D., Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., San Francisco, Cal. 

(60). D 
*Blackburn, Isaac Wright, M. D., Pathologist, Government Hospital for 

the Insane, Washington, D. C. (55). 1909. K 
Blackiston, A. H., 48 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. (60). 
Blackmore, Henry Spencer, 206 South 9th Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

(49)- C 
*Blackshear, Edward Levoisier, Principal, Prairie View State Normal and 

Industrial College, Prairie View, Tex. (52). 1907. H I L 
*Blackwelder, Eliot, Assistant Professor of Geology, University of Wis- 
consin, Madison, Wis. (55). 1908. E F 
Blackwood, Alexander L., M. D., 31 Washington St., Chicago, 111. 
(58). K 
*Blain, Alexander W., Jr., M. D., 1105 Jefferson Ave. East, Detroit, 
Mich. (52). 1906. F K 
Blaine, Anita McCormick, 344 East Erie St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Blair, A. W., Gainesville, Fla. (58). C 
*Blair, Andrew Alexander, 406 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (44). 1896. C 
Blaisdell, Frank Ellsworth, Sr., M. D., 1632 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. 

(60). FK 
Blaise, T. T., Mason City, Iowa. (58). 
*Blake, Clarence John, M. D., 226 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (24) 

1877. BFK 
*Blake, Francis, Auburndale, Mass. (23). 1874. A B D 
*Blake, Frederic C, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, Ohio. (60). 1909. B 
Blake, Joseph A., M. D., 601 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Blakeman, Mrs. Birdseye, 9 East 44th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Blaker, Ernest, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (51). 1907. B 
*Blakeslee, Albert Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Connecticut Agri- 
cultural College, Storrs, Conn. (52). 1909. G 
Blakiston, Kenneth M., 1012 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
*Blanchard, Arthur A., Ph. D., Asst. Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (58). 1910. C 
*Blanchard, Arthur Horace, C. E., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, 
Brown University, Providence, R. I. (52). 1905. B D E 
Blanchard, William M., Greencastle, Ind. (58). C 
Bland, Curtis, M. D., Greensburg, Ind. (60). K 

Bland, John Carlisle, C. E-, Room 11 15, Union Station, Pittsburg, Pa. 
(51)- D 
*Blankinship, Joseph William, Ph. D., 4008a Flad Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(51). 1909- G 
*Blasdale, Walter Charles, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 
University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (50). 1908. C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Bleile, Albert M., M. D., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (37). 
1896. F 
Bleininger, Albert Victor, U. S. Geological Survey, U. S. Arsenal, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. (58). C D 
Bliem, Daniel William, C. R., Manager, American Bridge Co., Pencoyd, 

Pa. (60). D 
Bliem, Milton J., M. D., 235 West Mistletoe Ave., San Antonio, Tex. 

(60). K 
Blish, W. G., Niles, Michigan, {^t,). B D 
*Bliss, Rev. Charles B., Ph. D., Hampden, Mass. (49). 1906. H I 
Bliss, Hon. Cornelius N., 117 Duane St., New York, N. Y. (49). E 
BHss, Edwin Packard, C. E., 120 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
*Bliss, Gilbert Ames, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (55). 1907. A 
Bliss, Mrs. Wm. H., 6 East 65th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Blodgett, Frederick Harvey, Roanoke College, Salem, Va. (52). 1905. 

G L 
Blood, George Deroy, E. M., 3 Emery Flat, Salt Lake City, Utah. (60). D 
*Bloodgood, Joseph Colt, M. D., Associate Professor of Surgery, Johns 
Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (55). 1909. K 
Blount, Henry Fitch, "The Oaks," Washington, D. C. (32). Bl 
Blum, William, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (55). C 
Blumenthel, Sidney, 329 West 87th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Blumer, George, M. D., Dean, Yale Medical School, New Haven, Conn. 

(60). K 
*Blunt, Katharine, Ph. D., Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (58). 
1910. C 
Blunt, Stanhope English, Colonel, Ordnance Department, U. S. A., Com- 
manding Springfield Armory, Springfield, Mass. (55). D 
Boardman, Edwin O., M. D., Overton, Nebr. (60). K 
Boas, Emil L., 45 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). E G I 
*Boas, Franz, Ph. D., Franklin Ave., Grantwood, N. J. (36). 1888. H I 
*Bodine, Donaldson, Professor of Geology and Zoology, Wabash College, 
Crawfordsville, Ind. (45). 1899. E F 
Boeck, Percy A., care of Norton Co., Worcester, Mass. (58). BCD 
Boericke, Felix A., M. D., loii Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). K 
Boerner, Wunibald R., Ravinia, 111. (54). BD 
*Bogert, Marston Taylor, Professor of Organic Chemistry, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (47). 1900. C 
*Boggs, Gilbert H., Ph. D., Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga. 

(58). 1910. C 
Boggs, Lucinda Pearl, 811 West Illinois St., Urbana, 111. (57). 
Bogue, Edward Augustus, M. D., 63 West 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Bohler, Richard F., E. M., Bohler Steel Co., Vienna, Austria. (60). D 
Bohleng, Lee Hayes, Chentu High School, Chentu, Szchuen, China. (58). 
BCD 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bolles, J. H., E. M., 403 Singer Building, New York, N. Y. (58). D 
BoUes, Newton Alden, M. D., 6 Ferguson Building, 711 i7tli St., Denver, 
Colo. (50). C D I 
*Bolley, Henry Luke, Professor of Botany and Zoology, Agricultural 

College, North Dak. (39). 1892. F G 
Boiling, Geo. E., 17 Gifford St., Brockton, Mass. (58). C K 
*Bolser, C. E., Hanover, N. H. (58). 1910. C 

Bolster, Augustus S., M. D., 323 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. (50). K 
*Bolton, Thaddeus L., Ph. D., Tempe, Arizona. (50). 1901. H I 
Bond, Frank M., Madison, Wis. (60). G 
*Bond, Geo. Meade, 141 Washington St., Hartford, Conn. (33). 1885. D 
Bond, Josiah, Toluachi Mine, Patagonia, Ariz. (58). C D 
Bond, R. I., M. D., Hartshorne, Okla. (50). K 
*Bondurant, Eugene Du Bose, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteri- 
ology, University of Alabama, Mobile, Ala. (54). 1909. K 
*Bonnet, Frederic, Jr., Ph. D., 173 Russell St., Worcester, Mass. (53). 
1906. C 
Bonnett, Charles P., C. E., 855 West End Ave., New York, N.Y. (60). D 
Book, William Frederick, University of Montana, Missoula, Mont. (60). 
*Bookman, Samuel, Ph. D., 9 East 62d St., New York, N. Y. (47). 
1900. C K 
Boon, John Daniel, Professor of Physics, Chemistry and Geology, Poly- 
technic College, Fort Worth, Tex. (50). B C E 
Booraem, John Van Vorst, 204 Lincoln Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (36). BC 
*Booth, Edward, Instructor in Chemistry, University of California, Berke- 
ley, Cal. (50). 1909. C 
*Booth, Miss Mary A., 60 Dartmouth St., Springfield, Mass. (34). 1894. 
FGI 
Booth, William T., Englewood, N. J. (58). 
Boothby, Alfred Russell, Barksdale, Wis. (58). C 
Boring, Alice M., Instructor in Zoology, University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

(61). F 
Born, Rudolph C, 23 Woodlawn Place, Longmeadow, Mass. (60). C 
Boskowitz, Geo. W., M. D., 140 West 71st St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Boswell, Maitland C, Chemical and Mining Building, University of 

Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (60). C 
Bothne, Gisle, Professor, and Head of Department, of Scandinavian 
Languages and Literature, University of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, 
Minn. (61). 
Boucek, Anthony J., M. D., 624 Chestnut St., Allegheny, Pa. (51). K 
Boulton, Eleanore F., M. D., P. O. Box 585, Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Bouton, Charles Leonard, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Harvard 

University, 5 Avon St., Cambridge, Mass. (50). 1901. A 
*Boutwell, John Mason, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (46). 

1905. E 
*Bovaird, David, Jr., M. D., 126 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
1908. K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bovard, John F., Instructor in Biology, University of Oregon, Eugene, 

Oregon. (58). F 
Bovee, J. Wesley, M. D., The Rochambeau, Washington, D. C. (60). K 
*Bowditch, Charles P., 28 State St., Boston, Mass. (43). 1897. H 

Bowditch, Harold, Pond St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. (60). 
*Bowditch, Henry Pickering, M. D., Ph. D., Pond St., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. (28). 1880. B F H K 
Bower, William Clinton, M. D., 423 Colorado Ave., Colorado Springs, 

Colo. (55). K 
Bowie, Alexander, E. M., Bowie, Colo. (58). D 
*Bowie, William, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(57)- 1907- A D E 
Bowker, Charles H., M. D., 1310 Vermont Ave., Washington, D. C. 

(60). K 
Bowker, Richard Rogers, 298 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (43). B D I L 
Bowker, Willard Lewis, C. E., Walpole, Mass. (60). D 
Bowker, William H., 43 Chatham St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Bowles, Oliver, 719 Erie St., Minneapolis, Minn. (61). E 
Bowlker, T. J., 282 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Bowman, Charles Henry, Professor of Mechanics and Electrical Engineer- 
ing, State School of Mines, Butte, Mont. (51). D 
*Bownocker, John A., Professor of Inorganic Geology, Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio. (48). 1905. E 
Boyce, David C, M. D., 846 Western Ave., Northside, Pittsburg, Pa. 

(60). K 
Boyce, Ernest Walter, E. E., 239 95th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
*Boyce, James, Chief Chemist, American Cotton Oil Co., 225 East 19th St., 
Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. C 
Boyd, E. T., M. D., Leadville, Colo. (60). K 
*Boyd, James E., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (46). 1899. 
BD 
Boyer, Charles S., 3223 Clifton St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). A 
Boyle, David, Superintendent, Prov. Museum, Educational Department, 

Toronto, Canada. (60) H L 
Boylston, Arthur Clarence, Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, St. Louis, Mo. 

(58). CD 
Boynton, Dr. Charles E., 183 Rush St., Chicago, 111. (60). A K 
*Boynton, William Pingry, Professor of Physics, University of Oregon, 
135 East nth St., Eugene, Oreg. (60). 1910. B 
Brabec, Frank J., M. D., Perham, Minn. (60). K 

Brace, Edith M., Eastern District High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. (54), 
FG 
♦Brace, Mrs. R. N., 223 East 17th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 1906. H 
Bracken, H. M., M. D., loio Fourth St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). 

K 
Brackenridge, George W., San Antonio, Tex. (41). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bracket!, Byron Briggs, Ph. D., So. Dak. State College, Brookings, S. D. 
(46). B D 
*Brackett, Cyrus Fogg, Professor of Physics, Princeton University, 

Princeton, N. J. (19). 1875. B 
*Brackett, Frank Parkhurst, Professor of Mathematics, Pomona College, 
Claremont, Cal. (50). 1906. A 
Brackett, Mary M., 604 West 115th St., New York, N. Y. (54). G 
*Brackett, Richard Newman, Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson 

College, S. C. (37)- 1891- CE 
Bradbury, Wymond H., 459 C St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Bradford, Moses B. L., 60 Main St., Concord, Mass. (60). 
♦Bradford, Royal B., Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy, 1522 P St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. (31). 1891. BCD 
Bradley, Arthur C, Newport, N. H. (43). 

Bradley, Charles Edward, Experiment Station, Corvallis, Oreg. (54). C 
Bradley, Charles S., 41 Park Row, New York, N. Y. (40). BCD 
Bradley, Harold C, 181 1 Adams Ave, Madison, Wis. (60). C F 
*Bradley, James Chester, Ph. D., Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

(54). 1910. F 
Bradley, M. J., 373 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). 
Bradley, Milton, Springfield, Mass. (44). B 
Bradley, Stephen Rowe, Nyack, N. Y. (51). 
Bradley, Theodore J., Albany Academy, Albany, N. Y. (60). 
Bradley, Walter M., 520 Whitney Ave., New Haven, Conn. (60). 
♦Bradley, Walter Parke, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, Middletown, Conn. (50). 1906. BC 
*Brady, William, Superintendent, Illinois Steel Works of Chicago, 7642 
Marquette Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 1909- C 
Bragg, E. B., 1838 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. (60). C 
Brainerd, Erastus, care The Post Intelligencer, Seattle, Wash. (52). H 
Braman, Winfred Waite, P. O. Box 353, State College, Pennsylvania. 

(58). C 
Bramwell, Geo. W., 335 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (43). D 
*Branner, John Casper, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Stanford University, 

CaUfornia. (34). 1886. E F 
*Brannon, Prof. Melvin Amos, 207 Chestnut St., Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

(55)- 1909- G 
Branson, Edwin Boyer, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Geology, Oberlin 

College, Oberlin, Ohio. (57). E 
*Brasefield, Stanley Eugene, Instructor in Mathematics, Lafayette College, 

Easton, Pa. (50). 1906. A 
*Brashear, John A., Allegheny, Pa. (33). 1885. A B D 
Brassill, Miss Sarah Ellen, South Weymouth, Mass. (47). F G 
Braucher, Ralph Waldo, Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (60). F 
Braun, Annette F., 2702 May St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Braunnagel, Jules L. A., M. D., P. O. Box 925, San Antonio, Tex. (50). 

HK 
*Bray, William Crowell, Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. (60). 19 10. C 

*Bray, William L., Ph. D., Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (49). 

1901. G 

Brayton, Sarah H., M. D., 1637 Chicago Ave., Evanston, 111. (33). K 

Brecht, Samuel K., 205 East McKinley Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. (60). A 

Breckenridge, John E., American Agricultural Chemical Co., Carteret, 

N.J. (60). C 
Breckenridge, Ralph W., 361 1 Jackson St., Omaha, Nebr. (60). 
Bredin, George S., R. F. D. No. 5, West Chester, Pa. (58). 
*Breed, Robert Stanley, Ph. D., Professor of Biology and Geology, Alle- 
gheny College, Meadville, Pa. (51). 1909. EF 
Breen, Howard, C. E., 275 South Euclid St., Pasadena, Cal. (60). D 
*Breese, Burtis Burr, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, University of 

Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (54). 1910. H L 
*Breidenbaugh, Prof. Edward S., Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa. 
(57)- 1909- C 
Breitwieser, J. V., Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (61). 
*Breitzke, Charles Frederick, C. E., Asst. Engineer, New York Board of 

Water Supply, New Paltz, N. Y. (60). 1910. D I 
Bremer, John Lewis, M. D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (58). 

K 
Breneman, A. A., 97 Water St., New York, N. Y. (58). C 
*Brenke, William Charles, 400 South 26th St., Lincoln, Nebr. 56). 1908. 
A 
Brennan, Rev. Martin S., D. D., 6304 Minnesota Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(58). A 
Brereton, Thomas John, C. E., Chambersburg, Pa. (58). D 
Bretnall, George Herbert, Head, Department of Biology, Monmouth 

College, Monmouth, 111. (58). FG 
Brett, George Monroe, Hartley Hall, 115th St. and Amsterdam Ave., 

NeWYork, N. Y. (54). AD 
Bretz, J. Harlan, FrankUn High School, Seattle, Wash. (57). E 
*Brewer, Charles Edward, Professor of Chemistry, Wake Forest College, 
Wake Forest, N. C. (50). 1903. C 
Brewer, Edward M., 40 Churchill's Lane, Milton, Mass. (60). 
*Brewer, Prof. Wm. H., 418 Orange St., New Haven, Conn. (20). 1875. 
EFI 
Brewster, Edwin Tenney, Andover, Mass. (51). F G 
Brewster, Frank, Ames Building, Boston, Mass. (61). H 
Brewster, Frank H., M. E., 180 Woodbridge Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (51). D 
BricE, Judge Albert G., 901 Hennen Building, New Orleans, La. (32). H 
Brichett, Dr. J. G., Cardwell, Mo. (58). 
*Bridge, Norman, M. D., Pasadena, Cal. (51). 1906. H I KL 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Brigand, P., M. D., 205 East 17th St., New York, N. Y. (58). K 
Briggs, Chas. H., 12 Old Colony Building, Minneapolis, Minn. (60). C 
Briggs, Edward Cornelius, M. D., Professor of Dental Materia Medica 

and Therapeutics, Harvard Medical School, Boston.Mass. (50). F K 
Briggs, Herman M., M. D., 1 13 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Briggs, L. Vernon, M. D., 64 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (61). K 
*Briggs, Lyman J., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(48). 190 1. B 
Briggs, Wallace Alvin, M. D., Box 667, Sacramento, Cal. (51). K 
*Brigham, Albert Perry, Professor of Geology, Colgate University, Ham- 
ilton, N. Y. (41). 1900. E 
*Brigham, William T., Director, B. P. Bishop Museum of Polynesian 

Ethnology and Natural History, Honolulu, Hawaii. (54). 1909. H 
Bright, Richard Riggs, Ordnance Bureau U. S. Navy Department, 

Washington, D. C. (52). D 
Brigstocke, Robert W., Superintendent, Drummond Mines, Giroux Lake 

Post-office, via Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. (60). D 
*Brlll, George M., Consulting Engineer, 1134 Marquette Building, Chicago, 

111. (51). 1906. D 
Brill, Nathan Edwin, M. D., 48 West 76th St., New York, N. Y. (54). 

HK 
*Brinckerhoff, Walter Remsen, M. D., Asst. Professor of Pathology, 

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (55). 1907. K 
Brinker, Harry L., 255 Arlington St., Youngstown, Ohio. (60). C 
Bristol, John I. D., i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Bristol, Wm. H., President, The Bristol Company, Waterbury, Conn. 

(36). 1894. ABD 
Britt, Richard H., E. M., Box 55, Rockland, Me. (58). D 
♦Britton, Nathaniel Lord, Ph. D., New York Botanical Garden, Bronx 

Park, New York, N. Y. (29). 1882. E G 
Brixton, Wiley, Special Pension Examiner, Springfield, Mo. (40). F 
♦Britton, Wilton Everett, Ph. D., State Entomologist, Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, New Haven, Conn. (54). 1906. F 
Broadhead, Miss Annie M., Bellingham, Wash. (61). 
Broadhurst, Miss Jean, Department of Biologj'-, Teachers College, New 

York, N. Y. (54). G 
Broadrup, George L., M. D., 98 Virginia Ave., Cumberland, Md. (60). K 
Brock, Henry M., S. J., Professor of Physics, Ore Place, Hastings, England. 

(57). BE 
Brock, Luther S., M. D., Morgantown, W. Va. (61). K 
*Brock, Reginald Walter, Ph. D., Geological Survey, Ottawa, Ontario, 

Canada. (54). 1907. E 
Brodel, Max, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Brodrick, Carlton Thayer, 29 Weld Hall, Cambridge, Mass. (57). D E 
Broeksmit, Miss Helen, 828 Second Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (60). 
Bromberg, Frederick G., Mobile, Ala. (60). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bronson, Edward Bennett, M. D., lo West 49th St., New York, N. Y. 

(49). K 
*Bronson, Howard L., Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Dalhousie University, 

Halifax, Nova Scotia. (58). 1910. B 
*Brooke, William Ellsworth, Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 1910. A 
Brookover, Charles, Ph. D., Buchtel College, Akron, Ohio. (55). F 
*Brooks, Alfred Hulse, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1905. E 
Brooks, Charles, Ph. D., Durham, N. H. (53). G 
Brooks, Fred E., Morgantown, W. Va. (58). F 
Brooks, J. Ansel, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Drawing, Brown 

University, Providence, R. I. (54). A B D 
Brooks, Miss Martha N., 55 Essex Ave., Gloucester, Mass. (60). C 
Brooks, Miles Elijah, care Cons. Dept., Can. Pac. Ry., Windsor Station, 

Montreal, Can. (61). 
Brooks, Orion, E. E., Superintendent, Heald's Engineering School, 425 

McAllister St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). D 
Brooks, Paul P. B., Science Teacher, State Line, Ind. (58). ABC 
Brooks, Peter C, 2 Deerfield St., Boston, Mass. (60). G 
Brooks, Theodore, British Vice-Consul, Guantanamo, Cuba. (58). 

ABDEF 
Brooks, Prof. Wm. P., Amherst, Mass. (38). C F 
♦Brooks, Wm. R., Director, Smith Observatory, and Professor of Astron- 
omy, Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y. (35). 1886. A B D 
Broomall, Henry L., Media, Pa. (58). H 
Brosius, Hampton C, M. D., Hood River, Oreg. (60). K 
Broughton, Henry Primm, E. E., 640 East Gorham St., Madison, Wis. 

(60). D 
Brown, Hon. Addison, 45 West 89th St., New York, N. Y. (57). G 
Brown, Alexander G., Jr., M. D., 1135 West Franklin St., Richmond, 
Va. (60). K 
*Brown, Amos Peaslee, Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1906. E 
*Brown, Arthur Erwin, Secretary, Zoological Society of Philadelphia, 
Vice-President and Curator, Academy of Natural Sciences, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (51). 1905. F 
Brown, Calvin S., Ph. D., University, Miss. (54). E F G 
*Brown, Charles W., Department of Geology, Brown University, Provi- 
dence, R. I. (54). 1909. E 
Brown, Rev. Clement, 1440 M St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). I 
Brown, Cony T., E. M., Socorro, New Mexico. (60). D 
Brown, David Walter, Ph. D., 5 Beekman St., New York, N. Y. (55). D 
Brown, Edgar, Botanist in Charge of Seed Laboratory, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (52). G 
Brown, Edgar D., M. D., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
(60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Brown, Elias G., M. D., Founder and Director, The Mountain School 

Allaben, N. Y. (56). L 
* Brown, EHsha Rhodes, President, Stafford Savings and National Banks 

Dover, N. H. (50). 1907. I 
*Brown, Hon. Elmer Ellsworth, Commissioner of Education, Washington, 

D. C. (57). 1907. IL 
Brown, Elmer M., M. D., Warburton Block, Tacoma, Wash. (60). K 
*Brown, Prof. Ernest William, Yale University, Xew Haven, Conn. (53). 

1906. A B 
Brown, Fay Cluff, Ph. D., 220 Reynolds St., Iowa City, Iowa. (55). B 
Brown, Frederick M., 54 Wall St., Xew York, N. Y. (58). 
Brown, George A., 11 11 North Prairie St., Bloomington, 111. (58). L 
*Brown, George Lincoln, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, South Dakota 

State College, Brookings, S. Dak. (55). 1907. A 
Brown, Glenn Vinton, 214 De Kalb Square, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 

BC E 
Brown, Harold Chapman, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (60). H 
Brown, Harry Bates, Instructor in Botany, Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y. (60). G 
Brown, Henry B., President, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind. 

(58). IL 
Brown, James, Professor of Physics and Chemistry, William and Vashti 

College, Aledo, 111. (61). B C 
Brown, James Spencer, M. D., 43 South Fullerton Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

(60). K 
*Brown, Joseph Stanford, 489 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (50) 

1906. D 
Brown, Julius Arthur, Syrian Protestant College, Beirut, Syria. (60). B 
Brown, Lawrason, M. D., Trudeau P. O., Saranac Lake, N. Y. (60). K 
Brown, Linwood A., care Kentucky Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. 

(60). C 
Brown, Lucius Polk, Food and Drug Commissioner for Tennessee, SiS 

Church St., Nashville, Tenn. (54). C E 
Brown, Nellie A., LT. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(60). G 
Brown, Newton H., A. and M. College of Texas, College Station, Tex. 

(48). BD 
Brown, O. H., M. D., Missouri State Sanatorium for Incipient Tul)ercu- 

losis, Mt. Vernon, Mo. (58). K 
*Brown, Robert, Observatory Place, New Haven, Conn. (11). 1874. 

ABEFG 
Brown, Robert Marshall, Instructor in Geography, State Normal School, 

Worcester, Mass. (48). E 
Brown, Samuel B., West Virginia University, Morgantown, W. Va. (40) . E 
Brown, Stephen Pearson, C.E., 59 East 52ndSt., New York, N.Y. (60). D 
*Brovvn, Stewardson, 20 East Penn St., Germantown, Pa. (50). 1906. 

G I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Srown, Thomas C, A. M., (57). E 

Brown, Thomas R., 709 East South St., Frankfort, Indiana. (61). 

Brown, W. Jesse, Richard City, Tenn. (58). BCDE 

Brown, W. McCulloh, Bayard, W. Va. (60). 

Brown, Warner, Ph. D., Instructor in Psychology, University of CaH- 

fornia, Berkeley, Cal. (60). H 
Brown, Wm. Adams, 114 East 30th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Brown, William George, Ph. D., Professor of Chefnistry, University of 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (58). 1909. C 
Brown, Wm. Henry, Assistant in Botany, Johns Hopkins University, 

Baltimore, Md. (60). G 
Browne, Arthur Lee, 213 Courtland St., Baltimore, Md. (56). C 
*Browne, Arthur Wesley, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Cornell Univer- 
sity, Ithaca, N. Y. (57). 1908. C 
*Browne, Charles Albert, Ph. D., 80 South St., New York, N. Y. (52). 

1909. C 
Browne, Ethel Nicholson, Instructor in Science and Mathematics, Bennett 

School, Millbrook, N. Y. (60). A 
Browne, William Robert, C. E., Bethany Beach, Delaware. (54). D 
Brownell, Silas B., 71 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (36). 
Browning, Charles Clifton, M. D., Pottenger Sanatorium, Monrovia, Cal. 

(51). KL 
Browning, J. Hall, 199 Chambers St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Browning, Philip Embury, Kent Chemical Laboratory, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. (46). 1903. C 
*Browning, William, M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous 

System Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. (53). 1906. 

H K 
Brubaker, William, Baldwin, Long Island, N. Y. (58). A E L 
Bruce, Robert E., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Boston University, 

Boston, Mass. (60). A 
Bruckner, Arthur, Instructor in Physics, College of the City of New York, 

New York, N. Y. (55). B D L 
Bruegel, A Theodore, M. E., The Hess-Bright Manufacturing Co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (60). D 
*Brues, Charles Thomas, Instructor in Economic Entomology, Bussey 

Institution, Jamaica Plain, Mass. (54). 1906. F 
Brugger, Harvey, 218 No. Wood St., Fremont, Ohio. (60). 
Bruggerhof, F. W., 33 Barclay St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Brumback, A. M. Granville, Ohio. (60). 1910. C 
Brumbaugh, Gains Marcus, M. D., 905 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, 

D C. (60). K 
Brundage, Albert Harrison, M. D., Milwaukee Medical College, 2404 

State St. Milwaukee, Wis. (43). F G H K 
Bruner Frank G., care Board of Education, 808 Tribune Building, 

Chicago, 111. (55). H K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Bruner, Henry Lane, Ph. D., 360 South Ritter Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

(50). 1906. F 
*Bruner, Lawrence, Professor of Entomology, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. (50). 1901 F 
Brunton, David William, E. M., 730 Symes Building, Denver, Colo. 
(50). DE 
*Brush, Charles Francis, The Arcade, Cleveland, Ohio. (35). 1886. 6 
♦Brush, Prof. George Jarvis, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 
(4). 1874. CE 
Bryan, Enoch Albert, LL. D., President, Washington State College, 
Pullman, Wash. (54). I 
*Bryan, William Alanson, President, Pacific Scientific Institution, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. (55). 1908. F 
*Bryan, William Lowe, Ph. D., Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. 
(49). 1900. H 
Bryant, Austin T., M. D., McKinney, Texas. (60). K 
Bryant, Dixie Lee, Ph. D., 19 19 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (42). 

E 
Bryant, Edward Sohier, 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (56). E 
*Bryant, Ernest C, Professor of Physics and Mathematics, Middlebury 

College, Middlebury ,Vermont. (60). 19 10. B 
*Bryant, Henry G., 2013 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1905. E 
*Bryant, Owen, Cohasset, Mass. (54). 1906. F K 
Bryce, Rev. George, D. D., LL. D., President, Royal Society of Canada, 

189 Colony St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. (57). 
Bryson, Andrew, C. E., President, Brylgon vSteel Casting Co., New Castle, 

Del. (51). Dl 
Bubb, Henry, UUenwood, near Cheltenham, England. (60). 
Buchanan, Edward F., 128 East Crescent St., Marquette, Mich. (60). C 
Buchanan, James Isaac, Vice-President, Pittsburg Trust Co., Pittsburg, 
Pa. (51). I 
*Bucher, John Emery, Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry, Brown 

University, Providence, R. I. (54). 1908 C 
*Buchner, Edward Franklin, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy and Educa- 
tion, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (49). 1901. H L 
Buck, A. Morris, Professor of Electrical Engineering, T. S. Clarkson 

Memorial School of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y. (58). D 
Buck, J. Etna, Hot Springs, Ark. (60). F 
*Buck, Thomas, 609 So. Busey Ave., Urbana, 111. (58). 1910. A 
*Buckhout, William A., Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. 

(20). 1881. G 
*BucKLEY, Ernest Robertson, Ph. D., Director, Bureau of Geology and 
Mines and State Geologist of Missouri, Rolla, Mo. (52). 1905. E 
Buckman, Ernest U., M. D., 96 South Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

(60). K 
*Budington, Robert Allyn, Associate Professor of Biology, Oberlin College 
Oberlin, Ohio. (52). 1910. FK 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bueno, J. R. de-la-Torre, White Plains, N. Y. (58). F 
Biies, Christian Rudolf August, care Juan E. Talladares, Apartado 987, 
Lima, Peru. (56). F 
*Buffum, Professor Burt C, Worland, Wyoming. (42). 1906. G 
Bugbee, Alice Gates, M. D., 69 Hamilton Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Buggy, Thomas, Butte, Montana. (60). C 

Bull, Coates P., Assistant Professor of Agriculture, University of Minne- 
sota, St. Anthony Park, Minn. (52). G I L 
*Bullard, Warren Gardner, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, 
Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (50). 1906. A L 
Bullene, Mrs. Emma F. Jay, 1409 Broadway, Denver, Colo. (50). H 
Bullis, Abram Rogers, Macedon, N. Y. (58). A 
Bullitt, James B., M. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Mississippi, 

University, Miss. (55). H K 
Bullock, Earl S., M. D., Silver City, New Mexico. (60). K 
Bullock, Royal Wesley, Principal, Normal High School, Greeley, Colo. 

(61). L 
Bump, Milan R., 414 Joplin St., Joplin, Mo. (58). D 
*Bumpus, Harmon Carey, Ph. D., Director, American Museum of Natural 

History, New York, N. Y. (49). 1900. FL 
*Burastead, H. A., Professor of Physics, Yale University, New Haven, 

Conn. (60). 1910. B 
Bundy, Zachary T., M. D., Austin, Texas. (60). K 
Bunker, Henry A., M. D., 158 6th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (50). I 
♦Bunting, Charles Henry, Professor of Pathology, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. (58). 1909. K 
Bunting, Martha, De Land, Fla. (60). F G H 

Bunzel, Herbert Horace, Ph. D., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Dept. of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (60). C G 
*Burbank, John Emerson, In charge of U. S. Magnetic Observatory, 

Cheltenham, Md. (57). 1909. B 
*BuRBANK, Luther, Santa Rosa, Cal. (50). 1901. G 
Burchard, Anson W., 30 Church St., New York, N. Y. (51). D 
Burdick, Alfred S., M. D., 2843 North Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111. 

(58). K 
Burdick, Lewis Dayton, Oxford, N. Y. (52).. H I 
*Burgess, Albert F., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agricul- 
ture, Washington, D. C. (54). 1906. F 
*Burgess, Professor Edward S., 5 West 82d St., New York, N. Y. (47). 

1901. EFGH 
*Burgess, George Kimball, Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C. (55). 1907. ABC 
Burgess, Laurie Lome, 409 East Green St., Champaign, 111., (60). C 
*Burgess, Thomas J. W., M. D., Medical Superintendent, Protestant Hos- 
pital for the Insane, Montreal, Canada. (38). 1889. E G H 
Burk, W. E., Tula, Hidalgo, Mexico. (55). C K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Burke, Charles Victor, Livingston Hall, Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. (60). 
Burke, Charles Vincent, M. D., Dupuyer, Mont. (60). K 
Burke, Milo Darwin, C. E., 18 East 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (50). 

ABCDE 
Burke, Robert E., 156 M St., South Boston, Mass. (50). C E L 
*Burkett, Charles William, Ph. D., Director, Agricultural Experiment 

Station, Manhattan, Kans. (53). 1906. C 
Burleigh, Chas. B., E. E., i Oak Terrace, Maiden, Mass. (58). D 
Burleigh, Geo. Wm., 52 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Burley, Benjamin T., M. D., 25 High St., Worcester, Mass. (60). K 
Burling, Rev. Lancaster C, 411 Clayton St., Waukegan, 111. (58). E H K 
Burling, Lancaster Demorest, Assistant Curator, U. S. National Museum, 

Washington, D. C. (60). E 
Burlingame, Leonas Lancelot, Ph. D., Stanford University, Cal. (58). G 
BurHngame, Williaiji B., M. E., Exeter, N. H. (60). D 
Burnet, Wallace C, U. S. Food Inspection Laboratory, Custom House, 

Savannah, Ga. (60). C 
Burnett, Charles Theodore, Ph. D., Instructor in Psychology, Bowdoin 

College, Brunswick, Me. (54). F H I K 
Burnett, Frederick, 1337 King St,, West, Toronto, Canada. (56), D I 
*Burnette, F. H., Porofessor of Horticulture, Louisiana vState XTniversity, 

Baton Rogue, La. (54). 1906. F G 
Burnham, A. C. Presbyterian Hospital, 70th St. and Madison Ave., 

New York, N. Y. (57). 
Burnham, George, Jr., C. E., of Burnham, \\illiams & Co., Baldwin 

Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). D 
Burnham, Kingsley Allan, Parker House, Boston, Mass. (58). C 
Burnham, Stewart Henry, Assistant to State Botanist Geological Hall, 

Albany, N. Y. (60). G 
*Burnham, William Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Pedagogy, Clark Uni- 
versity, Worcester, Mass. (58). 1910. H L 
Burns. Eleanor I., Professor of Physics, American CoUtge for Girls. Con- 
stantinople, Turkey. (58). B 
Burns, Elmer Ellsworth, Department of Physics and Chemistry High 

School, Berwyn, 111. (58). BC 
*Burns, George P., Professor of Botany, University of Vermont, Burlington, 

Vt. (58). 1909. G 
Burr, H. M., 106 Lawn Ave., Middletown, Conn. (60). C 
Burr, I. Tucker, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Burr, Prof. William H., Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (31). 

1883. D 
Burrell, Ramon Haddock, M. D., Creighton, Nebr. (51). K 
*Burri]l, Thomas Jonathan, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (53). 1905. G 
Burroughs, Charles W., 66 Midland Ave, Arlington, N. J. (60). 
Burrow, N. Trigant, M. D., 863 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Burrows, George H., University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. (60). C 
*Burt, Edward Angus, Ph. D., Professor of Natural History, Middlebury 
College, Middlebury, Vt. (50). 1901. G 
Burt, Frederick Arthur, Professor of Biology, Juniata College, Hunt- 
ington, Pa. (60). F 
Burt, Silas W., 30 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (57). D E F 
Burton, Dr. Alfred E., Dean, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Burton, Hon. Theodore E., M. C, Cleveland, Ohio. (52). 1905. I 
*Burton-Opitz, Russell, M. D., Ph. D., Head of Department of Physiology, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (52). 1905. K 
*Busch, Frederick Carl, M. D., 145 Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y. (49). 1906. 
FK 
Busck, August, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
Bush, John C. F., M. D., Wahoo, Nebr. (51). K 
Bush, Miss Lucy P., 133 Howe St., New Haven, Conn. (60). E G 
Bushnell, Miss Charlotte, 2232 East 49th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). 
*Bushnell, D. I., Jr., care Bureau of Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, 

Washington, D. C. (51). 1903- H 
Bushnell, George E-, Sierra Madre, Cal. (60). 
Bussey, George D., 77 Somerset Ave., Winthrop, Mass. (60). 
*Bussey, W. H., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 1909. A 
Bustamante, Delfin Sanchez, 1016 Bartolome Metre Adroqur, F. C. S., 
Argentine Republic, S. A. (57). G 
*Butler, Amos W., Secretary, Board of State Charities, Indianapolis, Ind. 
(30). 1885. FHI 
Butler, Bert S., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (57)- E 
Butler, Matthew Joseph, care Dominion Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Sydney, 

N. S., Canada. (51). ABD 
Butler, Paul, care U. S. Cartridge Co., Lowell, Mass. (57). C 
Butler, W. D., 52 North Normal St., Denton, Texas. (61). L 
Butler, Wm. M., Yeatman High School, St. Louis, Mo. (58). B 
Butler, Wm. Mill, 321 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Butterbaugh, William Sherman, M. D., College View, Nebr. (60). K 
Butterfield, Arthur Dexter, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Wor- 
cester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass. (50). A D 
*Butterfield, Kenyon L., President, Massachusetts Agricultural College, 
Amherst, Mass. (60). 19 10. I L 
Butters, Charles H., 4132 Lyndale Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). C 
Butters, Fred King, 815 South 7th St., Minneapolis, Minn. (58). G 
Butters, Roy Morrill, Assistant in Geology, University of Colorado, 

Boulder, Colo. (60). E 
Butterworth, W.W., M. D., 3914 Prytania St., New Orleans, La. (60). K 
*Ikixton, Bertram Henry, M. D., Professor of Experimental Medicine, 
Cornell University Medical College, New York, N. Y. {54). igo?- 
F G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Bye, Mortimer, Wm. S. Merrell Chemical Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). C 
Byrnes, Chas. Metcalfe, M. D., Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, Univer- 
sity of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (57). K 
Byrnes, Owen, Mining Engineer, Gould, Mont. (51). D E 
Cable, C. C, C. E., P. O. Box 493, Brodhead, Ky. (60). D 
*Cady, Hamilton Perkins, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University 
of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (52). 1906. BC 
Cady, Walter B., Peninsular Portland Cement Co., Cement City, Mich. 
(56). C 
*Cady, Walter Guyton, Ph. D., Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. 
(49). 1906. B 
Cady, William Hamlin, Chemist, 127 Power St., Providence, R. I. (57). C 
Cahill, Thaddeus, E. E., 270 Walnut St., Holyoke, Mass. (60). D 
*Cain, William, Professor of Mathematics, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill, N. C. (50). 1901. AD 
Caine, William Phillips, M. E., Box 27, Ensley, Ala. (60). D 
Caird, James Morton, C. E., 271 River St., Troy, N. Y. (60). D 
*Cajori, Florian, Professor of Mathematics, Colorado College, Colorado 

Springs, Colo. (50). 1901. A 
*Caldwell, Benjamin Palmer, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, 
Tulane University, New Orleans, La. (55). 1909. C 
Caldwell, Charles Peter, M. D., 4429 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Caldwell, Joseph S., Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn. (60). G 
*Caldwell, Otis William, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. (49). 1902. G L 
Cale, George W., Jr., M. D., 4960 Laclede Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (58). K 
Calef, J. Francis, M. D., Middletown, Conn. (60). K 
Calhoun, Fred H. H., Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Clem- 
son Agricultural College, Clemson College, S. C. (54). E 
*Calkins, Gary Nathan, Ph. D., care American Express Co., London, 
England. (49). 1901. F 
Calkins, Marshall, M. D., 14 Maple St., Springfield, Mass. (29). K 
Calkins, R. D., Mt. Pleasant, Mich. (60). E 
Call, Henry Lawrens, Box 1260, Boston, Mass. (57). 
Callen, Alfred Copeland, E. M., 453 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem, Pa. 

(61). B 
Calm, Charles Emil, Ph. D., P. O. Box 15 17, New York, N. Y. (56). C E 
*Calvert, Philip Powell, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, University 

of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1903. F 
*Calvert, Sidney, Ph. D., LL. D., University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

(47). 1903. C 
*Calvin, Samuel, Ph. D., LL. D., Director, Iowa Geological Sur\'ey, Iowa 

City, Iowa. (37). 1889. E 
♦Cameron, Frank Kenneth, Ph. D., Chemist, Bureau of Soils, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (49). 1901. B C 
Cameron, John E., Central High School, Kansas City, Mo. (54). F G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Cameron, Walter S., 239 West 136th St., New York, N. Y. (58). B C F G 
Cammann, Hermann H., 84 William St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Camp, Frederick A., 32 West 129th St., New York, N. Y. (57). E 
Camp, Joseph Parker, 2017 I St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (58). H 
♦Campbell, Douglas H., Professor of Botany, Stanford University, Cal. 
(34). 1888. G 
Campbell, Edward De Mille, 1555 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 
(58). C 
*Campbell, Henry Donald, Professor of Geology and Biology, Washington 
and Lee University, Lexington, Va. (52). 1905. E F G 
Campbell, Jessie R., 541 West Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (60). A 
Campbell, John P., University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. (60). F 
*Campbell, Leslie Lyle, Ph. D., 21 EUery St., Cambridge, Mass. (48). 

1910. B 
♦Campbell, Marius Robison, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(52). 1905. E 
Campbell, Miss Mary R., 5457 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). 
Campbell, Robert A., Box 441, Fullerton, Nebr. (61) G 
Campbell, Wm. Francis, M. D., 394 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). K 
Campbell, Wm. Mullan, Assistant Professor of Physics, New York Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (57). B 
Campbell, William T., 38 Langdon St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). A 
♦Campbell, William Wallace, Director, Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamil- 
ton, Cal. (50). 1 901. A 
Canfield, Geo. F., 49 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Cannaday, Albert A., M. D., Roanoke, Va. (60). K 
♦Cannon, George Lyman, Instructor in Geology, East Side High School, 

Denver, Colo. (39). 1901. E 
♦Cannon, W. A., Ph. D., Desert Botanical Laboratory, Tucson, Ariz. (52). 

1905. G 

♦Cannon, Walter Bradford, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (54). 

1906. K 

♦Canter, Hall, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Randolph-Macon College 

Ashland, Va. (54). 1909. C 
Cantley, Thomas, E. M., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. (60). D 
Caplin, Jessie, 2748 Hennepin St., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). A 
♦Capps, Joseph A., M. D., 2532 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. K 
Cardiff, Ira D., Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Washburn College, Topeka, 

Kans. (58). G 
Carey, Everett P., Instructor in Geography, Mission High School, Berke- 
ley, Cal. (50). E 
♦Carhart, Prof. Henry Smith, LL. D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. (29). 1881. B 
Carhart, Paul Worthington, care G. & C. Merriam Co., Springfield, Mass. 

(56). B 
Carle, James T., care U. S. Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry Co., Bessemer, 
Ala. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Carleton, Mark Alfred, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington 
D. C. (42). 1894. EG 
Carleton, Spencer, M. D., 71 West 50th St., New York, N. Y. (58). B C ^ 
Carlin, Joseph P., C. E., 16 East 23d St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Carlitz, Joseph S., 159 North Second St, Philadelphia, Pa. (60). C 
*Carlson, Anton Julius, Ph. D., Associate in Physiology, University of 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. (52). 1906. K 
Carlyle, Elmer C, College Station, Tex. (58). C E 
*Carmalt, William Henry, M. D., Professor of Surgery, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. (54). 1906. K 
*Carman, Albert Pruden, Professor of Physics, University of Illinois, 

Urbana, 111. (58). 19 10. B 
Carman, Albro R., M. D., 27 West 127th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Carmody, T. E., M. D., 1427 Stout St., Denver, Colo. (60). K 
Carnegie, Thomas Morrison, 542 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). F 
*Carney, Frank, Professor of Geology, Denison University, Granville, 

Ohio. (58). 1910. E 
Carpenter, C. U., President, Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co., 400 Broad- 
way, New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Carpenter, Rev. Charles Knapp, Aurora, 111. (55). F 
Carpenter, F. B., Chief Chemist, Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Rich- 
mond, Va. (60). C 
*Carpenter, Ford A., U. S. Weather Bureau, San Diego, Cal. (44). 1910. 

BD EL 
Carpenter, Frances Ann, M. D., The Belleview-Manchester, Madison Ave. 
and Bloom St., Baltimore, Md. (54). K 
*Carpenter, Franklin R., Ph. D., 508 Equitable Building, Denver, Colo. 

(50). 1906. D E 
*Carpenter, Frederic Walton, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, University 
of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). 1909. F 
Carpenter, Leonard, Box 797, Medford, Oregon. (57). 
*Carpenter, Louis G., Director, Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo. 
(32) 1889. D 
Carpenter, William B., 54 Brooksdale Road, Brighton, Mass. (58). A L 
Carr, William Kearny, 14 13 K St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). B I 
*Carr, William Phillips, M. D., 1418 L St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (51). 

1906. K 
Carrier, Aubrey D., Mechanicsville, N. Y. (60). C 
Carrington, Thomas Specs, M. D., 105 East 22d St., New York, N. Y. 

(55). HK 
Carroll, Anna Laurie, Instructor in Physics, State Normal School, Platts- 

burg, N. Y. (57). B 
Carruth, John G., Indiana Ave. and Rosehill St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54) D 
Carson, Charles M., University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New 

Brunswick, Canada. (60). C 
Carson, Lewis Clinton, 181 West Alexandria Ave., Detroit, Mich. (54). I 

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Carson, William T., M. D., Holstein, Nebr. (60). K 
Carstens, J. Henry, M. D., Detroit, Mich. (58). K 
♦Carter, Benjamin Edward, 142 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. (58) 

1909. A 
Carter, Bernard M., Thomsen Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md. (60). C 
Carter, Charles, Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa. (60). A 
Carter, Charles W., M. D., Clinton, 111. (60). K 
Carter, Curtis C, Chapin, 111. (61). A 
Carter, Miss Edna, Ph. D., Instructor in Physics, Vassar College, Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y. (60). B 
Carter, Edward Perkins, M. D., 1872 East 97th St. Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). K 
*Carter, James Madison G., M. D., 910 First National Bank Building, 

Chicago, 111. (39). 1895. F 
Carter, John E-, 5356 Knox St., Germantown, Pa. (33). B H 
Carter, Richard William, C. E., Marathon, Fla. (60). D 
Carter, Robert A., 4 Irving Place, New York, N. ""r^. (,s8). 
Carty, John Joseph, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., 15 Dey St. 

New York, N. Y. (54). D 
*Carus, Paul, Ph. D. Editor, Open Court Publishing Co., 1322 Wabash 

Ave., Chicago. 111. (40). 1895. H 
Cary, Austin, Forest, Fish and Game Commission, Albany, N. Y. (60). 
Case, Clarence E., M. D., Corner Park and Center Sts., Ashtabula, Ohio. 

(60). K 
*Case, Ermine Cowles, Department of Geology. University of Michigan 

Ann Arbor, Mich. (50). 1906. BCE 
Case, James Francis, C. E., Manila, P. I. (60). D 
Case, 'Willard E.. Auburn, N. Y. (57). 
Case, Zophar, M. D., Warrensburg, Mo. (58). G H K 
*Casey, Thomas Lincoln. Lieut. -Col., Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., Office 

of Light House Board, Washington, D. C. (38). 1892. D F 
*Castle, William E., Ph. D., Payson Road, Belmont, Mass. (52). 1903 

F 
Catlett, Charles, E. M., Staunton, Va. (58). D 
*Catlin, Charles Albert, 133 Hope St., Providence, R. I. (33). 1895. C 
Catlin, Guy H., Science Master, Cathedral vSchool of St. Paul, Garden 

City, Long Island, N. Y. (60). A 
*Cattell, James McKeen, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (44). 1896. BFHI 
Caudell, A. N., U. S. National Museum, Washington D C. (60). F 
Cazin, Adele, 11 Elston Road, Upper Montclair, N. J. (60). B 
Cederberg, W. E., Professor of Mathematics, Augustana College, Rock 

Island, 111. (60). A 
Cerna, David, M. D., Ph. D., Mayor, Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico. (51). K 
Chace, Arnold B., 324 Angell St.. Providence, R.I. (60). A 
Chadbourn, Erlon R., Melrose, Mass. (29). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Chadbourne, Arthur P., M. D., Peterboro, N. H. (58). K 
*Chadwick, George Halcott, Professor of Geology and Biology, St. Law- 
rence University, Canton, N. Y. (54). 1909. E F 
*Chaill6, Stanford E., M. D., LL. D., Dean of Medical Department, Tulane 
University, New Orleans, La. (51). 1903. K 
Chalmers, Charles Henry, E. E., 523 7th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

(60). D 
*Chamberlain, Charles Joseph, Ph. D., Department of Botany, University 
of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (50). 1902. G 
Chamberlain, Charles T., Jr., M. D., 306 Franklin St., Natchez, Miss. 

(60). K 
*Chamberlain, Clark Wells, Professor of Physics, Vassar College, Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y. (53). 1907. B 
Chamberlain, Edward Blanchard, 503 West 121st St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). FG 
Chamberlain, Frederic M., care U. S. S. Albatross, San Francisco, Cal. 

(51). F 
Chamberlain, George E., M. E., 181 1 Heyworth Building, Chicago, 111. 

(60). D 

*Chamberlain, Joseph S., Ph. D., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 

Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. (58). 1910. C 

Chamberlain, Philip William, C. E., Guapiles, Costa Rica, C. A. (60). D 

Chamberlin, Emerson, 5 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (57). I L 

*Charaberlin, Ralph Vary, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Brig ham Young 

University, Salt Lake City, Utah. (58). 1910. F 
*Chamberlin, Rollin Thomas, Ph. D., Hyde Park Hotel, Chicago, 111. 

(50). 1909. CE 
*Chamberlin, Thomas C, Ph. D., LL. D., Head of Department of Geology, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (21). 1877. BEFH 
Chambers, Frank R., 842 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). 
Chambers, George Gailey, Ph. D., 55 East Essex Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. 

(58). ADL 
Chambers, Harry L., M. D., Lawrence, Kans. (57). K 
Chambers, Mary Davoren, Rockford College, Rockford, 111. (60). 
Chambers, Will Grant, Professor of Education, University of Pittsburg, 
Pittsburg, Pa. (52). H L 
*Chambliss, Charles Edward, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (51). 1906. FG 
*Chambliss, Hardee, Ph. D., Department of Chemistry, A. and M. Col- 
lege, Stillwater, Okla. (55). 1910. C 
Chancellor, Wm. E., Superintendent of Schools, Norwalk, Conn. (52). I 
♦Chandler, Prof. Charles F., School of Mines, Columbia University, New 
York, N. Y. (19). 1875. C 
Chandler, Clarence Austin, M. E., 402 Penn Mutual Building, 24 Milk St., 
Boston, Mass. (52). BD 
♦Chandler, Elwyn Francis, Professor of Mathematics, University of North 
Dakota, University, N. Dak. (50). 1909. A D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Chandler, Miss Eva, 55 Stone Hall, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. 

(61). L 
Chaney, Prof. Lucian W., Bureau of Labor, Washington, D. C. (45). F 
*Chant, Clarence Augustus, Associate Professor of Astro-Physics, Univer- 
sity of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (54). 1906. A B 
*Chanute, O., 61 Cedar St., Chicago, III. (17). 1877. D I 
Chapin, Charles V., 84 Keene St., Providence, R. I. (60). I 
Chapman, George Andrew, M. D., 23 Elm St., Glens Falls, N. Y. (60). K 
Chapman, Geo. Henry, Clark Hall, Amherst, Mass. (61). G 
Chapman, James E., E. M., Hidalgo, Bonanza, Zac, Mexico. (60). D 
Chapman, Miss Mary, 98 Calhoun St., Springfield, Mass. (58). C G 
Chapman, Robert Hollister, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, 

Canada. (52). E 
Chappel, H. G., D. D. S., 630 El Dorado Ave., Oakland, Cal. (55). H K 
Charles, Fred Lemon, Professor of Biology, College of Agriculture, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (52). F G L 
Charles, Rollin Landis, Instructor in Physics, Lehigh University, South 

Bethlehem, Pa. (58). A B 
Charles, Miss Vera K., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C (57). G 
Charlton, Orlando Clarke, 147 Sanger Ave., Dallas, Tex. (51). E F G 
Chase, Mrs. Agnes, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(54). G 
*Chase, Frederick L., Yale University Observatory, New Haven, Conn. 

(43). 1896. A 
Chase, Frederick S., Waterbury, Conn. (60). 

Chase, George Colby, D. D., LL. D., President, and Professor of Psy- 
chology, Bates College, Lewiston, Me. (54). H I L 
Chase, Harry Gray, Professor of Physics, Tufts College, Tufts College, 

Mass. (52). B 
Chase, Ira Carleton, M. D., 605 Penn St., Fort Worth, Tex. (52). K 
*Chase, March F., care Mineral Point Zinc Co., Depue, 111. (56). 1909. 

BC 
Chase, Walter G., M. D., 279 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Chatard, J. Albert, M. D., 1225 Maryland Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Chatburn, George Richard, Professor of Applied Mechanics, LTniversity 

of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (58). A D 
Chauncey, Elihu, 11 West 38th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Chauvenet, Wm. Marc, E. M., 620 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo. (50). 

1901. CD 
Chazal, Philip E., P. O. Box 284, Charleston, S. C. (60). C 
Cheesman, Frank P., 100 William St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
*Cheesman, Timothy Matlack, M. D., Garrison, N. Y. (50). 1901. K L 
Cheever, Clarence Alonzo, M. D., 1531 Blue Hill Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(53). GK 
Cheney, Newel, R. F. D. 71, Falconer, N. Y. (52). E G 
Cheney, W. L., M. E., Meriden, Conn. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Chenoweth, Walter W., Normal School, Chillicothe, Mo. (58). B C E F G 
*Chesnut, Victor King, Box 254, Hyattsville, Md. (54). 1909. C G 
♦Chester, Colby M., Rear Admiral, U. S. N., 1736 K St. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. (28). 1897. E 
Chester, Wayland Morgan, Professor of Biology, Colgate University 

Hamilton, N. Y. (50). F G 
Chester, Webster, Associate Professor of Biology, Colby College, Water- 

ville. Me. (57). F 
Chilcott, Ellery Channing, Fairfax C. H., Va. (50). E 
*Child, Charles Manning, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Hull 

Zoological Laboratory, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (50). 

1901. F 
Childers, L. F., Professor of Agronomy, University of Idaho, Moscow, 

Idaho. (61). F G 
Childs, John Lewis, Floral Park, N. Y. (57). E F G 
Chippendale, Arthur, E. M., American Club, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 

(60). D 
Chisholm, Hugh J., 813 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y. (50). 
Chisolm, George E.. 290 South St., Morristown, N. J. (50). 
*Chittenden, Frank Hurlbut, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (48). 1901. F 
Chittenden, Lieut. -Col. H. M., Corps of Engineers, V. S. A., Seattle, 

Wash. (60). D 
*Chittenden, Jonathan Brace, Ph. D., Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. (53). 1906. A 
*Chittenden, Russell H., Ph. D., Director, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale 

University, New Haven, Conn. (50). 1901. K 
Chivers, Arthur Houston, 46 Conant Hall, Cambridge, Mass. (57). F 6 
Chowning, William M., M. D., 701 Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, 

Minn. (60). K 
Christensen, Frederick Waldemar, State College, Pa. (58). C K 
Christian, Henry A., M. D., 252 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Christian, Wilmer, M. D., 530 Lemcke Building, Indianapolis, Ind. 

(58). K 
Chnstianson, Andrew, cor. Pearl and Washington its., Butler, Pa. 

(58). D 
Christie, E. W., Sewaren, N. J. (58). D 

Christie, Emerson Brewer, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (61). H 
*Christie, James, Chief Mechanical Engineer, American Bridge Co., 100 

Rochelle Ave., Wissahickon, Philadelphia, Pa. (33). 1894. D 
*ChrysIer, Mintin Asbury, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Botany, Univer- 
sity of Maine, Orono, Me. (57). 1909. G 
Church, Arthur Latham, 500 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
Church, Col. Benj. S., 34 Gramercy Park, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Church, Myron J., E. M., Secretary, Davis Manufacturing Co., 15th 

Ave. and Park St., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Churchill, William, care Corning Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. (52). 

1905. H 

Churchward, Alexander, 30 Church St., New York, N. Y. (52). D 
*Chute Horatio N., Instructor in Physical Sciences, Ann Arbor High School, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. (34). 1889. ABC 
Claflin, Albert W., 190 Waterman St., Providence, R. I. (60). C 
Clapp, Charles H., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
(60). 
*Clapp, Cornelia M., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Mt. Holyoke College, 
South Hadley, Mass. (31). 1883. F 
Clapp, Eugene Howard, 49 Federal St., Boston, Mass. (60). C 
*Clapp, Frederick Gardner, 610 Fitzsimons Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (51). 

1906. E 

Clark, Alfred N., P. O. Box 696, Berlin, Ontario, Canada. (56). C 
Clark, Anna M., 416 West ii8th St., New York, N. Y. (20). H 
Clark, Arthur Lewis, Ph. D., 203 Albert St., Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

(58). BD 
Clark, A. Wayne, care Johnson and Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

(54)- C 
*Clark, Austin Hobart, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1906. E F 
Clark, Bertha May, Ph. D., 4317 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (52). B 
Clark, Burton W., 1771 T St., Washington, D. C. (58). C E 
Clark, Charles Frederick, Ph. D., Instructor in Experimental Plant Breed- 
ing, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). G 
Clark, Clarence M., Keystone Block, Chattanooga, Tenn. (58). C 
Clark, Clarence Munroe, 321 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). I 
Clark, Edmund, 37 Warren St., West Medford, Mass. (50). 
Clark, Ernest D., 401 West 117th St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
*Clark, Friend Ebenezer, Ph. D., Department of Chemistry, Central Univer- 
sity, Danville, Ky. (51). 1909. C 
Clark, George Edward, Skaneateles, N. Y. (58). 

Clark, George H., Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, Canada. (61). G 

Clark, Harriet Bailey, M. D., 112 East Broad St., Columbus, Ohio. (60). K 

*Clark, Howard Walton, Bureau of Fisheries, Department of Commerce 

and Labor, Washington, D. C. (52). 1906. F G 
*Clark, Hubert Lyman, Ph. D., Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. (50). 1903. F 
Clark, J. Edmund, F. R. M. S., Asgarth, Riddlesdown Road, Purley, 

Surrey, England. (61). E 
Clark, John D., LTniversity of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
(60). C 
*Clark, Prof. John E., 34 South Park Terrace, Long Meadow, Mass. (17). 

1875- A 
Clark, John Jesse, Manager, Text-Book Department, International Text- 
Book Co., Scranton, Pa. (50). B D 



MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Clark, Joseph Payson, M. D., 71 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
♦Clark, Judson F., Ph. D., 1164 Pacific St., Vancouver, B. C. (52). 

1905. G 
Clark, Leonard B., M. D., 36 Sycamore St., Waverley, Mass. (60). K 
Clark, M. A., M. D., 117 Cotton Ave., Macon, Ga. (58). K 
Clark, Myron Henry, care Boston Rubber Shoe Co., Maiden, Mass. 

(58). CD 
Clark, Paul Franklin, Ph. D., Rockefeller Institute, New York, N. Y. 

(61). K 
Clark, Robert Watson, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (61). 
Clark, Thomas H., Ph. D., 34 Lancaster St., Worcester, Mass. (40). CL 
Clark, Vinton Albert, Agricultural Experiment Station, Urbana, 111. 

(55). G 
Clark, Walter Gordon, 149 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). BCD 
Clark, Wm. Brewster, M. D., 50 East 31st St., New York, N. Y. (33). 

CFK 
♦Clark, Wm. Bullock, Ph. D., LL. D., Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. (37). 1 89 1. E 
*Clarke, Miss Cora H., 91 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. (47). 1910. F G 
♦Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth, LL. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (18). 1874. C 
Clarke, J. Alexander, C. M. T. High School, 17th and Wood Sts., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (60) . A H 
Clarke, James Frederic, M. D., University of Iowa, Fairfield, Iowa. (50). 

G K 
♦Clarke, John Mason, Ph. D., New York State Geologist and Director of 

State Museum, Albany, N. Y. (45). 1897. E 
♦Clarke, Samuel Fessenden, Professor of Natural History, Williams College, 

Williamstown, Mass. (50). 1901. F 
Clarke, Warren Thompson, Professor of Entomology, Berkeley, Cal. 

(57). F 
Clarke, William A., E. E., 1638 Broadway, Toledo, Ohio. (60). D 
Clarkson, Banyer, 26 West 50th St., New York, N. Y. (57). E F G 
Clausen, Henry P., E. E., 2286 Kenmore Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). D 
Clawson, Arthur Brooks, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (58). F 
♦Claxton, P. P., Department of Education, University of Tennessee, Knox- 

ville, Tenn. (52). 1910. I 
Claybaugh, W. W., M. D., 319 Main St., Fort Morgan, Colo. (60). K 
Clayberg, George Manfred, Principal, McKinley High School, Chicago, 

in. (58). AB 

♦Claypole, Edith J., M. D., 50 South Grand Ave., Pasadena, Cal. (46). 
1899. F K 
Cleaver, Albert Newton, 606 Delaware Ave., South Bethlehem, Pa. 
(50). D 
♦Cleaves, Margaret Abigail, M. D., 616 Madison Ave:, New York, N. Y. 
(57). 1908. BCHK 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Cleghorn, Allen M., Beechwood, Ridout St., S., London, Canada. (60). B 
*CIeland, Herdman F., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology and Botany, 

Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. (57). 1907. E G 
Clement, Harrison, E. M., University Club, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
(60). D 
♦elements, Frederic Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (52). 1905. G 
Clements, George E., M. D., Crawfordsville, Ind. (52). K 
Clements, Joseph, M. D., 1537 South Main St., Wichita, Kans. (52). C K 
♦elements, Julius Morgan, Ph. D., Economic Geologist and Mining Engi- 
neer, 1707-42 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (51). 1903. D E 
Clerc, Frank Laurent, 516 Mapleton Ave., Boulder, Colo. (50). CD 
Clevenger, Joseph Franklin, 838 East 57th St., Chicago, 111. (57). F G 
Clickener, Charles, R. F. D. No. i. Box 12, Silverwood, Ind. (60). F 
*Clifford, Harry Ellsworth, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (54). 1906. D 
Clinch, Edward S., 133 West 121st St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Cline, Isaac M., M. D., U. S. Weather Bureau, New Orleans, La. (50). 

FK 
♦Clinton, George Perkins, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 

New Haven, Conn. (54). 1906. G 
Cloud, J. H., 608 East Main St., Valparaiso, Ind. (60). A 
♦Cloud, John AV., 82 York Road, Kings Cross, N., London, England. (28). 

1886. ABD 
*Clough, Homer W., Arcade, N. Y. (54). 1910. A 
♦Clute, Willard Nelson, Teacher of Botany, Joliet Township High School, 

Joliet, 111. (57). 1909. G 
Clutz, Frank H., Chambersburg, Pa. (60). A 

Coan, Titus Munson, M. D., 70 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). E 
♦Coates, Charles E., Ph. D., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 

La. (46). 1906. C 
♦Cobb, Prof. Collier, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

(49). 1905. E 
♦Cobb, Herbert Edgar, Professor of Mathematics, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 
111. (58). 1908. A D 
Cobb, Nathan Augustus, Ph. D., Chief, Division of Crop Technology, 
Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (55). G 
Cobleigh, William Merriam, Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Montana 

Agricultural College, Bozeman, Mont. (56). B C 
*Coblentz, Vkgil, Ph. D., 115 West 68th St., New York, N. Y. (58). 

1910. C 
*Coblentz, William W., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (60). 

1910. B 
Coburn, Howard L., M. E., 83 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Coca, Arthur F., M. D., Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (54). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Cochran, Carlos Bingham, 514 South High St., West Chester, Pa. (43). 
1896. C 
Cochrane, Alexander, 55 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Cocke, William Irby, M. D., Port Washington, N. Y. (58). K 
Cockefair, Edgar Augustus, State Normal School, Cape Girardeau, Mo. 
(61). G 
*Cockerell, Theodore D. A., Department of Zoology and Botany, Uni- 
versity of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. (50). 1901. F G 
Codman, Ernest A., M. D., 227 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Coe, George Albert, Professor of Philosophy, Union Theological Seminary, 

606 West 122nd St., New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. H L 
CoE, Henry W., M. D., "The Marquam," Portland, Oregon. (32). 

FH K 
Coe, Thomas Upham, M. D., Bangor, Me. (51). K 
Coe, True D., M. D., Keithsburg, 111. (58). C E G K 

*Coe, Wesley Roswell, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Yale UniA^ersity, 
New Haven, Conn. C58). 1910. F 
Coffeen, Hon. H. A., Sheridan, Wyoming. (51). 
Coffey, Walter CasteUa, 610 West Oregon St., Urbana, 111. (61). F 
Coffin, C. A., 145 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Coffin, Fletcher Barker, Lake Forest, 111. (53). C 
*Coffin, Joseph George, Ph. D., College of the City of New York, New 

York, N. Y. (60). 1910. B 
*Coffin, Selden J., Ph. D., Professor of Astronomy, Lafayette College, 

Easton, Pa. (22). 1874. A I 
Coffman, William H., M. D., Georgetown, Ky. (60). K 
*Coghill, George Ellett, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Denison University, 

Granville, Ohio. (52). 1903. F 
*Cogswell, Wm. B., Vice-President, Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

(33). 1891. D 
*Cohen, Abraham, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

(58). 1909. A 
Cohen, Mendes, C E., 825 North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. (50). D 
Cohen, Morris R., 493 West 135th St., New York, N. Y. (60). H 
♦Cohen, S. Solis, M. D., 1525 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1903. 
FK 
Cohen, Wm. N., 22 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Cohoe, Benson Ambrose, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

(58). K 
Coil, Nathan Watson, Assistant in Botany, Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y. (57). G 
Coit, John Eliot, Ph. D., Whittier, Cal. (55). G 
*Coit, Judson B., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Boston 
University, Boston, Mass. (54). 1906. A 
Cokefair, Charles Coit, E- E., President, Great Northern Develojiment 
Co., Duluth, Minn. (60). D 
*Coker, Robert Ervin, Ph. D., Darlington, S. C. (57). 1909. E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Coker, Wm. Chambers, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of North 

Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. (52). 1905. G 
*CoLBURN. Richard T., 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (31). 1894. 
FH I 
Colby, Charles C, 12 North Hall, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

(60). 
Cole, Aaron Hodgman, 6022 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. (54). F G L 
*Cole. Prof. Alfred D., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (39). 
1891. B C 
Cole, Fay Cooper, care Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (60). 
Cole, George Watson, Riverside, Conn. (52). I 

Cole, Glenn Gates, Professor of Science, Virginia Christian College, Lynch- 
burg, Va. (58). C 
Cole, Harry Newton, Instructor in Chemistry, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). B C 
*Cole, Leon Jacob, Ph. D., Professor of Experimental Breeding, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (52). 1909. F 
*Cole, Percival Richard, Ph. D., Teachers College, Columbia L^niversity, 

New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. L 
*Cole, Rufus I., M. D., Director, Rockefeller Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

(58). 1909- K 
*Coleman, Arthur Philemon, L^niversity of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 
(60). 1910. E 
Coleman, Edgar Park, M. E., 271 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. (60.) D 
Coleman, Geo. A., Sisson, Cal. 60. F 
*Coleman, Warren, M. D., 58 West 55th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
1909. K 
Coley, William Bradley, M. D., 5 Park Ave., New York, N. Y., (57). K 
Colie, Edw. M., East Orange, N. J. (30) E I 
Colket, James Hamilton, E. E., 288 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Cohens, Archibald Edgar, Government Laboratory, Port of Spain, Trin- 
idad, B. W. I. (58). CG 
Colley, Bernard T., Superintendent, American Smelters Securities Co., 

Velardena, Durango, Mexico. (60). D 
*Collie, Geo. L., 731 Park Ave., Beloit, Wis. (60). 1910. E 
*Collier, Arthur James, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1905. E 
Collier, Price, Tuxedo Park, N. Y. (50). 

Collier, Robt. J., 416 West 13th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Collin, Prof. Alonzo, Low Moor, Iowa. (21). 1891. B C 
Collin, Rev. Henry Park, 98 East Chicago St., Coldwater, Mich.. (37). 
E H 
*Collingwood, Francis, EHzabeth, N. J. (36). 1888. D 
Collins, D. B., M. D., Madison, Wis. (58). B C F G H K 
Collins, Guy N., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
(5O. G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Collins, James Franklin, Assistant Professor of Botany, Brown Univer- 
sity, Providence, R. I. (58). 1909. G 
Collins, Katherine R., State Board of Health, Atlanta, Ga. (61). K 
Collins, Paul, P. O. Box 697, New Haven, Conn. (60). C 
Collins, T. Shields, M.D., 1828 Arlington Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. (51). K 
Colony, Roy Jed, Assistant Professor of Metallurgy and Mineralogy, 

Cooper Union, New York, N. Y. (58). C 
Colton, Geo. Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Natural Science, Hiram College, 

Hiram, Ohio. (51). BE 
Colton, Harold Sellers, Ph. D., 3409 Powelton Ave., Philadelphia, 

Pa. (54). F 
*Colvin, Stephen Sheldon, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, University 

of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (56). 1909. H 
*Colvin, Verplanck, President, New York Canadian PacificRy.,i75Western 
Ave., Albany, N. Y. (28). 1880. E 
Colvocoresses, George M., E. M., The MUlerett Silver Mine, Gowganda, 

Ont., Canada. (60). D 
Comerer, J. Alvin, M. D., Vintondale, Pa. (60). K 
*Comey, Arthur M., Ph. D., 424 East 13th St., Chester, Pa. (57) . 1908. C 
Compton, Miss Edith L., Instructor in Department of Biology, Wash- 
ington High Schools, 1654 Park Road, Washington, D. C. (54). G 
*Comstock, Charles Worthington, Ph. D., C. E., M. E., Boston Building, 

Denver, Colo. (47). 1901. A B D 
*Comstock, Clarence Elmer, Professor of Mathematics, Bradley Poly- 
technic Institute, Peoria, 111. (58). 1908. A L 
*Comstock, Daniel F., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. (52). 1910. B 
*Comstock, Elting H., Professor of Mechanics and Mathematics, Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 1909. A 
*Comstock, Prof. Geo. Cary, Director, Washburn Observatory, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (34). 1887. AL 
*Comstock, John Henry, Professor of Entomology, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (54). 1906. F 
*CoMSTocK, Prof. Theo. Bryant, E. M., 534 Stimson Building, Los 

Angeles, Cal. (24). 1877. BDE 
*Conant, Charles Arthur, Treasurer, Morton Trust Co., 32 Nassau St., 

New York, N. Y. (52). 1903. I 
*Conant, Levi Leonard, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Worcester 

Polytechnic Institute, Worcester ,Mass. (39). 1892. A H L 
Conant, Osmyn P., 70 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Conard, Henry Shoemaker, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Iowa College, 
Grinnell, Iowa. (58). 1909. 6 
Conarroe, Thomas H., M. D., 1807 Wallace St., Philadelphia, Pa. (50). F K 
Condon, T. G., 128 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Condra, George Evert, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology, University 
of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (54). E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Cone, Dr. Lee H., 1216 Prospect St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (61). C 
Congdon, Chester A., 807 Lonsdale Building, Duluth, Minn. (58). 
Congdon, Edgar Davidson, Ph. D., 15a Conant Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

(57). F 
Congdon, Ernest A., 194 Clinton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). C 
Congdon, John P., C. E., Pocatello, Idaho. (60). D 
*Conklin, Edwin Grant, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Princeton Univer- 
sity, Princeton, N. J. (50). 1901. F 
Conlee, George D., M. E., 71 Carroll St., Binghamton, N. Y. (60). D 
*Conn, H. W., Middletown, Conn. (58). 1910. FG 
Connaway, John Waldo, M. D., Professor of Veterinary Science, Mis- 
souri State University, Columbia, Mo. (52). F K 
Connell, J. Harvey, no Front St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Connell, John T., Gulfport, Miss. (55). G 

Connelley, Clifford B., Carnegie Technical Schools, Pitt.sburg, Pa. (58) . D 
Conner, Lewis Atterbury, M. D., 53 East 49th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Connett, James E., M. D., Lawrenceville, 111. (60). K 
Connor, Augustus C, M. D., P. O. Box 8, Lexington, Texas. (60). K 
*Connor, Leartus, M. D., President, Michigan State Medical Society, 103 

Cass St., Detroit, Mich. (51). 1909. K 
Conradi, A. F., South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Station, Clemson 

College, S.C. (55)- F 
*Conradson, Pontus H., Chief Chemist, Galena-Signal Oil Co., Franklin, 

Pa. (51). 1906. C 
Conroy, Charles Chfford, 540 East 15th St., Los Angeles, Cal. (60). 
Conser, Harry Newton, Instructor in Botany, University of Maine, Orono, 

Me. (60). G 
Considine, Michael J., 216 West 83d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Converse, Henry Augustus, Ph. D., 1204 Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

(54). 1906. AB 
Converse, Vernon George, Box 3, Niagara Falls, N. Y. (50). D 
*Converse, William A., care Dearborn Drug and Chemical Works, 227 

Postal Telegraph Building, Chicago, 111. (55). 1909. C 
Converse, William Hasson, C. E., Converse Bridge Co., Chattanooga, 

Tenn. (58). D 
Conway, Eustace, 15 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Cook, Albert J., Claremont, Cal. (58). F 

*Cook, Alfred N., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, State University, Ver- 
milion, S. D. (58). 1910. C 
Cook, Charles Delano, M. D.,136 Clinton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (25). K 
Cook, Henry Wireman, M. D., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). K 
Cook, J. Glenn, Garrison Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Cook, J. Franklin D., M. D., Langford, S. D. (60). K 
Cook, Jane Perry, Head of Department of Geography, Chicago Normal 

School, Chicago, 111. (60). E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Cook, John H., 12 McPherson Terrace, Albany, N. Y. (58). E 
Cook, Louis E., M. D., 2716 West 8th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
*Cook, Melville Thurston, Ph. D., Newark, Del. (45). 1902. G 
*Cook, Orator F., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(40). 1892. G 
*Cook, Samuel Richard, Ph. D., 283 Reed St., San Jose, Cal. (50). 1903. 

AB 
Cooke, Charles Montague, Jr., Ph. D., P. O. Box 306, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(58). F 
Cooke, George Willis, 49 Park Ave., Wakefield, Mass. (47). H I 
Cooke, Harte, M. E., care ISIcIntosh, Seymour & Co., Auburn, N. Y. 

(53). D 
Cooke, Louis J., M. D., 909 6th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. (61). K 
Cooke, Morris Llewellyn, M. E., 401 West Walnut Lane, Germantown, 

Pa. (60). D 
Cooke, Thomas F., M. E., S57 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, X. Y. (60). D 
*Cooley, Grace E., Ph. D., 54 Greenwood Ave., Montclair, N. J. (47). 

1900. G I 

*Cooley, LeRoy C, Ph. D., 2 Reservoir Square, Poughkeepsie, X. Y. (19). 

1880. B C 
*Cooley, Mortimer E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University 

of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (33). 1885. D 
♦Cooley, Robert Allen, Professor of Zoology, Montana Agricultural College, 
Bozeman, Mont. (50). 1903. F L 
Coolidge, Frederic S., M. D., Pittsfield, Mass. (58). K 
CooLiDGE, Mrs. J. Randolph, 130 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Coombs, Stephen Elbridge, C. E., 335 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Cooper, Frank Lawrence, Ph. D., Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. (58). B 
*Cooper, Hermon Charles, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, 
Syracuse University, Syracuse, X. Y. (51). 1906. C 
Cooper, Thomas P., Agricultural Experiment Station, St. Anthony Park, 

Minn. (60). 
Cooper, William S., Dept. of Botany, University of Chicago, Chicago, 

lU. (58). EG 
Coover, Winfred F., Associate Professor of Chemistry, Iowa State Col- 
lege, Ames, Iowa. (61). C 
Cope, Henry Frederick, 72 East Madison St., Chicago, 111. (58). H L 
*Copeland, Edwin Bingham, College of Agriculture, Los Banos, P. I. (45). 

1 901. G 

Copeland, Manton, Ph. D., Instructor in Biology, Bowdoin College, 

Brunswick, Me. (60). F 
Copeland, William FrankHn, Ph. D., Professor of Elementary Science, 

State Normal College, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. (58). G 
*Coplin, William M. L., M. D., Director of Laboratories, Jefferson Medical 

College, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1903. K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Coquillett, Daniel William, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(43). 1902. F 
*Corbett, Prof. L. C, U. S. De])artment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(48). 1901. G 
Core, W. Wallace, M. E., 165 Sherman Ave., Newark, N. J. (60). D 
Corey, Fred Brainard, E. E., M. E., i Glenwood Boulevard, Schenectady, 

N. Y. (58). D 
*Corey, S. A., Ph. D., Hiteman, Iowa. . (58) 1909. A 
Coriat, Isador H., M. D., 440 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Cornelison, Robert W., 1582 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn. (51). C 
Corning, C. R., E. M., 36 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Cornish, George A., Normal School, Peterboro, Ontario, Canada. (52). F 
Cornman, Oliver Perry, Ph. D., 422 Church Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(46). HIL 
Corr, Rachael, Agricultural Experiment Station, Berkeley, Cal. (60). C 
*Corthell, Elmer Lawrence, No. Egremont, Mass. (34). 1886. D I 
Corti, Jose S., C. E., Casilla 68, Mendoza, Argentine Republic, S. A. 

(60). D 
Corwin, Clifford Egbert, Teacher of Science, Marietta High School, Mari- 
etta, Ohio. (50). C 
Corwin, Theo. W., M. D., 146 2d Ave., Newark, N. J. (58). K 
Coss, James Austin, Chemistry Building, University of Illinois, Urbana, 

111. (58). C 
Costello, Harry Todd, 112 South 9th St., Richmond, Ind. (61). 
Cottis, George W., M. D., 119 Main St., Batavia, N. Y. (60). K 
Cottman, Nicholas Romanoff, 811 Keyser Building, Baltimore, Md. 

(57). EI 
Cotton, Edwin Charles, Assistant Entomologist, Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station, Knoxville, Tenn. (55). F 
Cotton, John, M. D., Burnt Hills, N. Y. (60). K 

Coulter, Frank E., M. D., 4102 Davenport St., Omaha, Neb. (60). K 
Coulter, John Gaylord, Ph. D., 1305 East Washington St., Bloomington, 

111. (58). FGL 
*Coulter, John Merle, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (32). 1884. G 
*Coulter, Samuel Monds, Ph. D., The Shaw School of Botany, St. Louis, 

Mo. (52). 1905. G 
*Councilman, Wm. Thomas, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Pathology, 

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (54). 1906. K 
Courtis, Stuart Appleton, 441 John R St., Detroit, Mich. (61). A 
Courtney, Walter, M. D., Brainerd, Minn. (60). K 
Coutant, Richard Bonnet, M. D., Tarrytown, N. Y. (51.) K 
Covert, Rev. William Ross, McMechen, W. Va. (53). 
*Coville, Frederick V., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 

(35). 1890. G 
Cowan, William A., 1063 Ea.st 35th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). ABC 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Cowart, Fletcher Jackson, Professor of Natural Science, State Normal 

College, Troy, Ala. (53). F 
Cowdry, Edmund Vincent, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (61). F 
*Cowles, Alfred H., care Electric Smelting and Aluminum Co., Lockport, 

N. Y. (37). 1897. BC 
*Cowles, Edward, M. D., 8 Sever St., Plymouth, Mass. (51). 1903. H K 
*Cowles, Henry Chandler, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (54). 1906. G 
*Cowles, Miss Louise F., South Hadley, Mass. (47). 1905. E 
*Cowles, Rheinart Parker, Ph. D., Associate in Biology, Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore, Md. (58). 19 10. F 
Cowling, Dr. Donald John, President, Northfield University, Northfield, 
Minn. (60). H 
*Cox, Charles F., President, New York Academy of Sciences, Grand 
Central Station, New York, N. Y. (43). 1900. F G 
Cox, Dr. Edgar, Kokomo, Ind. (58). 

Cox, Edmund Otis, C. E., 154 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (51). D 
Cox, Harold Newton, care Lalance & Grosjean Manufacturing Co., Wood- 
haven, N. Y. (58). CD 
Cox, John H., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. (61). C 
Cox, John Lyman, 12 19 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). B D 
Cox, Nelson H., University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. (58). D 
*Cox, Ulysses Orange, 433 Washington Ave., Terre Haute, Ind. (50). 

1906. F G 
CoxE, EcKLEY B., Jr., U. S. Weather Bureau Observatory, Drifton, Pa. 

(51). EH 
Coykendall, Frederick, General Manager, Cornell Steamboat Co., i West 

72d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Coyle, Rev. George L., S. J., Professor of Chemistry, Holy Cross College, 

Worcester, Mass. (61). C 
Coyle, Rev. John S., S. J., St. Joseph's College, 17th and Stiles Sts., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (48). B 
*Crafts, James Mason, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. (47). 1898. C 
*Cragin, Francis Whittemore, Ph. D., 17 15 Wood Ave., Colorado Springs, 

Colo. (29). 1890. EFGH 
*Cragwall, Jasper A., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Wabash College, 
Crawfordsville, Ind. (57). 1909. A 
Craig, Alexander Righter, M. D., 2007 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(51). K 
Craig, John, Professor of Horticulture, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

(41)- G 
Craig, Thomas, 26 Selkirk Ave., Montreal, Canada. (57). G 
Craig, Wallace, Ph. D., Department of Philosophy, University of Maine, 
Orono, Me. (50). FH 
♦Craighead, Edwin Boone, President, Tulane University, New Orleans 
La. (54). 1906. G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Cram, Roys Jones, 26 Hancock Ave. West, Detroit, Mich. (51). 1906. 

F 
Cramp, W. M., 1227 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). D 
*Crampton, Chas. A., M. D., Office of Internal Revenue Commissioner, 

U. S. Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. (36). 1887. C 
*Crampton, Charles Ward, M. D,, 500 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (53). 

1907. K 

*Crampton, Henry Edward, Ph. D., American Museum of Natural History, 

New York, N. Y. (51). 1903. F H 
*Crandall, Prof. Charles Spencer, 1 106 West Oregon St., Urbana, 111. 
(40). 1894. 
Crandall, Francis Asbiiry, Librarian of Public Documents, 1636 i6th 

St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (50). I 
Crandall, Roderic, Stanford University, Cal. (57). E 
Crane, Marcus S., Caldwell, N. J. (58). F 

Crane, Will Edwin, C. E., 77 Van Siclen Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Crane, Rev. William M., Ph. D., Richmond, Mass. (60). 
Cranston, Robert E., E. M., Physicians Building, Sacramento, Cal. 
(50). CDE 
*Crathorne, Arthur Robert, Ph. D., 11 13 South 4th St., Champaign, 111. 
(60). 1910. A 
Craver, Harrison Warwick, Carnegie Library, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). C 
Crawford, J. C, Asst. Curator of Insects, U. S. National Museum, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (54)- F 
Crawford, J. Forsyth, Professor of Psychology and Pedagogy, Tabor 

College, Tabor, Iowa. (58). K 
*Crawford, Prof. Morris Barker, Middletown, Conn. (30). 1889. B 
Crawford, Ralph Dixon, 1085 13th St., Boulder, Colo. (58). C E 
*Crawford, Russell Tracy, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Practical Astron- 
omy, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (58). 1910. A 
*Crawley, Edwin S., Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (45). 1900. A 
Crawley, Howard, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (51). F 
Crawley, Joseph Sanford, S. E. corner 9th and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia, 

Pa. (54). I 
Creel, Milton P., M. D., Central City, Ky. (60). K 
Crees, Robert, M. D., 523 Fourth St., Napa, Cal. (60). K 
*Crehore, Albert Cushing, 48 Lincoln Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. (50). 

1908. D E 

*Creighton, James Edwin, Ph. D., Sage Professor of Logic and Meta- 
physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (54). 1906. H 
Cresson, Ezra Townsend, Jr., Swarthmore, Pa. (60). F 

*Crew, Henry, Professor of Physics, Northwestern University, Evanston, 
111. (52). 1903. B 

*Crile, George W., M, D., 6203 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (51). 
1903- K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS 

Crispin, Antonio M.,M.D., 854 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. (60). K 
Crites, B. O., 1341 East 89th St., N. E., Cleveland, Ohio. (58). C 
Crockard, Frank Hearne, E. M., C. E., Vice-President and General Man- 
ager, Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railway Co., Birmingham, Ala. (50). D 
Crocker, Edward Edgon, Crafton, Pa. (58). D 
*Crocker, Francis B., Professor of Electrical Engineering, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. BD 
Crocker, Miss Sarah H., 319 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
(60). 
*Crocker, William, Ph. D., University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 

1909. G 
♦Crockett, Prof. Charles W., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. 

(39). 1894. AD 
*Crook, Alja Robinson, Ph. D., State Museum of Natural History, Spring- 
field, 111. (47). 1902. E 
Crooker, George Hazard, M. D., loi Benefit St., Providence, R. I. (60). 

K 
Crosby, Cyrus Richard, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (57). F 
Crosby, Maumell S., Rhinebeck, N. Y. (57). F 

Crosby, Oscar Terry, (52). C E I 

Crosby, Walter Wilson, C. E., care Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 

Md. (60). D 
Crosby, Wm. Edward, 1603 Amsterdam Ave., New York, N. Y. (52). 
*Crosby, William Otis, Professor of Geology, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, Boston, Mass. (47). 1900. E 
*Cross, Prof. Charles Robert, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. (29). 1880. BL 
Cross, Walter M., City Hall, Kansas City, Mo. (58). C 
*Cross, Whitman, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(54). 1906. E 
Crowe, Albert B., Charleston, 111. (58). 

Crowe, S. J., M. D., Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Crowell, a. F., Woods Hole, Mass., (30). C 
*Crowell, John Franklin, Ph. D., 17 West 91st St., New York, N. Y. 
(50). 1901. I 
Crowell, Wm. J., Jr., Lebanon, Pa. (60). C 
Crowley, Chas. F., John A. Creighton Medical College, Omaha, Nebr. 

(53). C 
*Croxton, Fred C, Statistician, U. S. Immigration Commission, Washing- 
ton, D. C. (54). 1906. I 
*Crozier, William, Brigadier-General, U. S. A., and Chief of Ordnance, 
War Department, Washington, D. C. (50). 1903. D 
Crump, Col. M. H., McElroy Building, Bowling Green, Ky. (29). E 
Culbreth, David M. R., M. D,, 1307 North Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). K 
♦Culin, Stewart, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(33). 1890. H 

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MBMBBRS AND FELLOWS. 

*Cullen, Thomas S., M. D., 3 West Preston St., Baltimore, Md. (54). 

1909. D K 

*Culver, Garry Eugene, 1103 Main St., Stevens Point, Wis. (54). 1906. 

CE 
Culver, Miss Helen, 134 North Ashland Blvd., Chicago, 111. (58). 
♦Cumings, Edgar Roscoe, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Geology, Indiana 

University, Bloomington, Ind. (48). 1901. E 
Cummings, Byron, Dean of School of Arts and Sciences, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. (58). H 
Cummings, Carlos E., M. D., Secretary, Buffalo Society of Natural History, 

Buffalo, N. Y. (57). F 
Cummings, Mrs. Charles A., 230 Clarendon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Cummings, Marshall Baxter, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Burlington, Vt. (60). G 
Cummins, George Wyckoff, M. D., Belvidere, N. J. (50). F G K 
Cunnane, William B., M. D., Santa Barbara, Cal. (60). K 
♦Cunningham, Prof. Susan J., 3308 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. (38). 

1901. A 
Cuntz, Johannes H., 325 Hudson St., Hoboken, N. J. (36). 
Curie, Chas., 22 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Currie, Charles A., M. D., P. O. Box 1606, Philadelphia, Pa. (48). F K 
Currie, Thomas R., M. D., 113 East Cumberland St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). K 
Curtis, Bracey, E. M., Nogales, Arizona. (60). D 
♦Curtis, Carlton Clarence, Ph. D., Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

(51). 1903. G 
Curtis, Edward, M. D., 33 West 69th St., New York, N. Y. (57). B K 
Curtis, G. Lenox, M. D., 17 East 45th St., New York, N. Y. (51). K 
*Curtis, George Carroll, 11 Wyanoke St., Boston, Mass. (52). 1905. E 
Curtis, George W., Manager, Burrus Mill and Elevator Co., Fort Worth, 

Tex. (50). 
*Curtis, Heber Doust, Ph. D., Casilla 1219, Santiago, Chile, S. A. (58). 

1910. A 

Curtis, Lester, 5008 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Curtis, Mattoon Monroe, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Western Reserve 
University, Cleveland, Ohio. (50). 1906. H I 
Curtis, Ralph W., Arnold Aboretum, Jamaica Plain, Mass. (61). 6 
Curtis, Warren, 30 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Curtis, William E., 1801 Conniecticut Ave., Washington, D. C. (40). 

1903. H I 
♦Curtis, Winterton C, Ph. D., 208 Hicks Ave., Columbia, Mo. (53). 

1905. F 
Curtiss, Charles F., Dean and Director, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. 

(54). G 
*Curtiss, Richard Sydney, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Organic Chem- 
istry, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (52). 1903. C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Curtiss, Rozel M., M. D., Marengo, 111. (58). I K 
*Cushing, Harvey, M. D,, 107 East Chase St., Baltimore, Md. (52). 
1906 K 
Gushing, Hayward W., M. D., 70 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
(61). K 
*Cushing, Henry Piatt, Adelbert College, Cleveland, Ohio. (33). 1888. E 
*Cushman, Allerton S., Ph. D., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (50). 1901. CDEF 
Cushman, Gerald R., 1103 North Eutaw vSt., Baltimore, Md. (61). 
Cusick, Laurence. F., M. D., 99 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Cutler, Eldridge Gerry, M. D., 214 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (54). 
1906. K 
Cutter, George E. E., 341 Riverside Drive, South Bend, Ind. (58). D 
Cutter, Irving S., 3327 Cuming St., Omaha, Nebr. (50). G K 
*Dabney, Charles William, Ph. D., President, University of Cincinnati, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. (47). 1901. C I L 
Dabney, Thomas Gregory, C. E., Clarksdale, Miss. (60). D 
*Dachnowski, Alfred P., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio. (57). 1909. G 
*da Costa Sena, Dr. Joaquim Candido, Director, School of Mines, Ouro 

Preto, Brazil, S. A. (54). 1906. E 
*Dadourian, Haroutime Mugurditch, 609 Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 
(60). 1910. A B 
Daecke, V. A. Eric, 2 114 North 3d St., Harrisburg, Pa. (58). F 
Daft, Leo, E. E., Rutherford, N. J. (58). D 

Daggett, Herbert Chapin, E. E., 176 Federal St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Daggette, Alvin S., M. D., 400 South Craig St., Pittsburg, Pa. (50). F K 
*Dahlgren, Ulric, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Princeton Uni- 
versity, Princeton, N. J. (51). 1905. F 
Dahm, Thomas M., Science Hall, Madison, Wis. (58). A B D 
Dailey, Wilber M., M. D., 19 East 69th St., New York, N. Y. (58). K 
*Dains, Frank Burnett, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Washburn College, 
Topeka, Kans. (56). 1908. C 
Dake, Richard W., M. D., 218 7th Ave., N., Nashville, Tenn. (60). K 
Dakin, Channing E., M. D., Century Block, Mason City, Iowa. (58). 

E H I K 
Daland, Rev. AA'illiam Clifton, D. D., President, Milton College, Milton, 

Wis. (52). I 
Dalcour, Gustave T., EUicott City, Md. (60). 
*Dales, Benton, Ph. D., Professor of Analytical Chemistry, University of 

Nebraska, Station A, Lincoln, Nebr. (56). 1908. C 
*Dall, William Healey, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (18). 
1874. FG 
Dalrymple, \\"illiam Haddock, Professor of Veterinary Science, 

Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. (50). K 
Damon, Geo. G., care Black Mountain Mining Co., Magdalena, Sonora, 
Mexico. (58). C D 

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Damon, John Churchill, E. E., Ames, Colo. (60). D 
*Dana, Charles Loomis, M. D., LL. D., 53 West 53d St., New York, N. Y. 

(46). 1899. H K 
Dana, Edmund Trowbridge, 113 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
*Dana, Edward Salisbury, 24 Hillhouse Ave., New Haven, Conn. (23). 

1875- BE 
Daniel, J. Frank, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (60). F H 
Daniel, John, Professor of Physics, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 

Tenn. (50). B 
Daniels, Francis, Ph. D., Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. (60). G 
Daniels, Joseph, Asst. Professor of Mining Engineering, Lehigh University, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. (61). DEL 
Darling, John Henry, C. E., 532 West 3d St., Duluth, Minn. (60). D 
Darling, William Lafayette, Chief Engineer, Northern Pacific Railway, 

737 Ashland Ave., St. Paul, Minn. (60). D 
*Darlington, Thomas, M. D., 48 West 59th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1905. K 

Dart, Carlton Rollin, C. E., 1536 West Monroe St., Chicago, 111. (60). D 
*Darton, Nelson H., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (37). 

1893- E 
Dascher, Henry, i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (58). C 
Dashiell, W. W., M. E., 848 St. Nicholas Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Daugherty, Lewis S., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, State Normal School, 

Kirksville, Mo. (53). F 
*d'Auria, Luigi, 435 South 51st St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1903. A D 
*Davenport, Charles Benedict, Ph. D., Director, Station for Experimental 

Evolution, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. (46). 1898. FG 
Davenport, Mrs. Elizabeth Braxton, Lindenhurst, Brattleboro, Vt. (57). 

FG 
*Davenport, Prof. Eugene, Dean, College of Agriculture, L^niversity of 

Illinois, Champaign, 111. (39). 1909. G 
Davenport, Francis Henry, M. D., 419 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. (50). 

FK 
Davey, Wheeler P., 4123 East 95th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). 
David, William King, S29 West Cambria St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). A 
Davidson, George M., 211 North East Ave., Oak Park, 111. (60). C 
*Davidson, James Grant, Ph. D., McGill University College, Vancouver, 

B.C. (58). 1910. BL 
Davidson, Robert James, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. 

(40). C 
Davies, Arthur Ernest, Ph. D., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

(53). I 
Davies, Julien T., 34 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Davies, William Gilbert, LL. D., 32 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (49) . I 
Davis, Abial B., 129 East Lincoln Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. (44). A 
*Davis, Andrew McFarland, 10 Appleton St., Cambridge, Mass. (35). 

1906. H 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Davis, Bergen, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Physics, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York, N. Y. (49). 1905. B 
*Davis, Bradley Moore, Ph. D., i6ri Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 
Mass. (45). 1897. G 
Davis, C. A., Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60). E 
Davis, Charles Gilbert, M. D., 31 Washington St., Chicago, 111. (51). K L 
*Davis, Charles Henry, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., Retired, Navy Depart- 
ment, Washington, D. C. (40). 1896. 
Davis, Charles Henry, E. E., South Yarmouth, Mass. (58). D 
Davis, Charles P., Myrick Building, Springfield, Mass. (61). 
Davis, David John, M. D., 839 Lakeside Place, Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Davis, Donald Walton, 14 Ellsworth Ave., Cambridge, Mass (55). F G 
Davis, Edward E., 47 West Main St., Norwich, N. Y. (50). EG 
*Davis, Ellery Williams, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University 
of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (55). 1906. A 
Davis, Grace Evangeline, Associate Professor of Physics, Wellesley 
College, Wellesley, Mass. (57). B 
*Davis, Harvey Nathaniel, Ph. D., 507 Craigie Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 
(60). 1910. A B 
Davis, Herbert B., Ph. D., State Normal School, California, Pa. (60). K 
Davis, Herbert Spencer, Ph. D., University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. 

(57). F 
*Davis, Herman Stearns, Ph. D., 409 Penn Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 
1 90 1. A D I 
Davis, John D. L., M. D., Davis Infirmary, Birmingham, Ala. (60). K 
*Davis, John Jefferson, M. D., 1119 College Ave., Racine, Wis. (31). 
1899. 6 K 
Davis, John June, 4261 Waveland Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). F 
Davis, John Staige, M. D., 1228 North Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). K 
Davis, Kary Cadmus, Ph. D., New Brunswick, N. J. (50). B C D G L 
Davis, Lincoln, M. D., 217 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Davis, N. S., 291 East Huron St., Chicago, 111. (50). 1909. F G K 
*Davis, Nathaniel French, LL. D., Professor of Pure Mathematics, Brown 
University, Providence, R. I. (54). 1906. A 
Davis, W. Walley, 117 Pine St., Harrisburg, Pa. (60). C 
*Davis, Wm. Harper, 3032 North 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1903. 

HI 

*Davis, Prof. Wm. Morris, 17 Francis Ave., Cambridge, Mass. (33). 
1885. B E 
Davis, Wm. T., 146 Stuyvesant Place, New Brighton, N. Y. (57). K 
*Davison, Alvin, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Lafayette College, Easton, 
Pa. (49). 1905. F 
Davison, John Mason, Pittsford, N. Y. (38). C 
♦Davisson, Schuyler Colfax, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Indiana 
University, Bloomington, Ind. (58). 1908. A 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Davy, J. BuRTT, Government Agrostologist and Botanist, Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa. (51). 1903. G 
Dawkins, Walter I., 408-9 Fidelity Building, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
*Dawson, Percy Millard, M. D., 12 Arlington St., Cambridge, Mass. (50). 
1903. F K 
Dawson, William Bell, Tidal Survey, Marine Department, Ottawa, 

Canada. (54). ABE 
Day, Leonard H., Hollister, Cal. (58). F 
Day, Lucy M., Sage Cottage, Ithaca, N. Y. (61). H 
*Day, William Scofield, Ph. D., 220 Hobart Ave., Summit, N. J. (50). 

1901. B 
*Dean, Arthur Lyman, Ph. D., 1317 Boulevard, New Haven, Conn. (53). 

1906. C D 
*Dean, Bashford, Ph. D., Professor of Vertebrate Zoology, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. F 
Dean, Rollin Colegrove, 26 Prospect St., Summit, N. J. (61). F 
Dean, Seth, C. E., Surveyor of Mills County, Missouri Valley, ' Iowa. 

(34)- DH 
Deans, John Sterling, Chief Engineer, Phoenix Bridge Co., Phoeni.vville 

Pa. (51). D E 
*Dearborn, George Van Ness, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, Tufts 

College Medical and Dental Schools, Boston, Mass. (52). 1906. K 
♦Dearborn, Walter Fenno, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Education, 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. HL 
Deavitt, H. M., Consulting Chemist, 56 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
De Barr, Edwin, Professor of Chemistry, University of Okla., Norman, 

Okla. (61). C 
De Baufre, William L., E. E., Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Balti- 
more, Md. (60). D 
de'Bey, Cornelia B., M. D., 2325 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Decker, Charles Elijah, 298 Randolph St., Meadville, Pa. (58). E 
♦Decker, Floyd Fiske, 729 Ostrom Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. (58). 1909. A 
Decker, W. F., 304 Andrus Building, Minneapolis, Minn. (60). 
de Coppet, Edward J., 314 West 85th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
de Coppet, Henry, 754 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Deemer, Justice Horace E., Red Oak, Iowa. (58). D H I L 
Deens, Miss Anna M., 216 North Ave. West, Allegheny, Pa. (50). F 6 L 
Deere, Emil Olof, Professor of Biology, Bethany College, Lindsborg, 

Kans. (60). EFGK 
Deerr, Noel, Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Experiment Station, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (58). C 
de Fodor, Etienne, E. E., Budapest Gen. Electric Co., VII Kazinczy-utcza 

21, Budapest, Hungary. (60). D 
Defoe, Luther Marion, Professor of Mechanics, University of Missouri, 

Columbia, Mo. (58). A B D 
de Forest, Robert Weeks, LL. D., 30 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Defrew, George, 9 Fairbanks St., Brookline, Mass. (60). C 
de Geofroy, George, Metropolitan Club, Washington, D. C. (55). C 
*Deghuee, Joseph Albert, Ph. D., 247 Harrison St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (40). 

1900. C 
*Deimel, Richard Francis, 146 Berkeley Place, Brookh^n, N. Y. (52). 
1906. A B D 
De Jong, Conrad, M. D., Orange City, Iowa. (58). K 
De Kalb, Courtenay, 121 East Avenue 49, Los Angeles, Cal. (54). 
*Delabarre, Edmund Burke, Ph. D., 9 Arlington Ave., Providence, R. I. 
(49). 1901. H I 
Delafield, Maturin L., Jr., Kulm Hotel, St. Moritz-Dorf, Engadine, 

Switzerland. (43). G I L 
Delamater, Nicholas B., M. D., 809 Marshall Field Annex, Chicago, 111. 

(58). K 
De Landero, Carlos F., Assistant Director, Paschuca and Real del 
Monte Mining Co., Paschuca, Mexico. (36). B C 
*Delanb, Frederic A., President, Denver and Rio Grande R. R., 510 
Wellington Ave., Chicago, 111. (50). 1906. D 
Delany, Patrick Bernard, E. E., Nantucket, Mass. (50). D 
de Lisle, Justin, M. D., 500 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (54). K 
*Dellenbaugh, Frederick S., Century Club, New York, N. Y. (51). 1905. 
H 
Dellinger, Oris P., Normal School, Pittsburg, Kans. (58). K 
Delm, William Maurice, Ph. D., University Station, Seattle, Wash. (58). 

C 
De Loach, R. J. H., Professor of Cotton Industry, State Agricultural 
College, Athens, Ga. (58). G I L 
*De Long, Ira Mitchell, 1341 Broadway, Boulder, Colo. (60). 1910. A 
*De Loxjbat, Le Due, 47 rue Dumont d'Urville, Paris, France. (46). 

1897. H 
del Rosario, Jose I., Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (61). 
de Milhau, Louis John de Grenon, 119 East 19th St , New York, N. Y. 

(56). H 
Demming, Henry Clay, Consulting Geologist, Mineralogist and Chemist, 

Box 5, Harrisburg, Pa. (54). CE 
Demmler, Paul E., Charleston, W. Va. (58). C 

Dempster, Alexander, 5721 Stanton Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (50). A B E H 

*de Nancrede, Charles Beylard Guerard, M. D., LL. D., Professor of 

Surgery, LTniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (54). 1909. K 

Denig, Blanche A., M. D., Hotel Bristol, Copley Square, Boston, Mass. 

(60). K 

*Dennett, William Sawyer, M. D., 8 East 49th St., New York, N. Y. (52). 

1906. A K 
*Dennis, David Worth, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Earlham College, 

Richmond, Ind. (50). 1901. FG 
*Dermis, Louis Munroe, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (43). 1895. C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Densmore, Emmet, M. D., 471 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (54) F K 
Depew, Hon. Chauncey M., 27 West 54th St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
de Raasloff, Harold, C. E., 18 Burling Slip, New York, N. Y. (51). D 
Derby, Lieut.-Col., George McClellan, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Engineer 
Office, New Orleans, La. (50). D 
*Derby, Orville A., Servico Geologico E Mineralogico de Brasil, Rio de 

Janiero, Brazil, S. A. (39) 1890. E 
*Derick, Carrie M., Assistant Professor of Botany, McGill University, 

Montreal, Canada. (57). 1909. G 
Dery, D. George, Catasauqua, Pa. (55). C G 
de Schweinitz, George E., M. D., 1705 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(54)- KL 
Desmond, G., Chief Government Veterinarian, Adelaide, South Australia. 

(60). K 
de Sta Cecelia, J. Felippe, E.E., Rua Alagoas 56, Bello Horisonte, Minas, 

Brazil, S. A. (60). D 
Detmers, Freda, 459 Vermont Place, Columbus, Ohio. (58). G 
Devereux, W. D., Clyde, N. Y. (60). F 

Devereux, Walter B., 15 William St., New York, N. Y. (50). D E 
Dewey, Grace, M. D., 1123 West State St., Jacksonville, 111. (60). K 
♦Dewey, John, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Philosophy, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (58). 1909. L 
*Dewey, Lyster H., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(40). 1899. G 
DeWitt, Charles H., Professor of Histology and Bacteriology, Valparaiso 

University, Valparaiso, Ind. (58). K 
*De Wolf, Frank Walbridge, State Geological Survey, Urbana, 111. (57). 

1909. E 
*Dexter, Edwin Grant, Ph. D., San Juan, Porto Rico. (52). 1905. K 
Dexter, George, 30 Kilby St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Dey, Anthony, 69 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Dickerman, Miss Elizabeth S., Ingleside School, New Milford, Conn. 

(60). A 
Dickerson, Charles E-, Mount Hermon, Mass. (60). 
Dickerson, E. N., 141 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (49). 
Dickerson, Mary Cynthia, Department of Woods and Forestry, American 

Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y. (60). F 
Dickie, George William, Marvin Building, 24 California St., San Francisco 

Cal. (54). D 

Dickinson, Breese M., M. D., 571 1 Elgin Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). K 

Dickinson, Charles, West Taylor St. and The River, Chicago, 111. (58). 

*Dickinson, H. C, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (60). 1910. B 

Dickson, Archibald A. C, E. M., Rejonlie P. O., via Nawadah E. I. Ry., 

Gaya District, India. (60). D 
Didier, Paul, C. E., B. & O. R. R. Co., N. S., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). D 
Diemer, Hugo, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, State College Pa. 

(49). DL 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Dietz, Carl Frederick, M. E., 306 Main St., Melrose, Mass. (60). D 
Dietz^ Williata G., M. D., 21 North Vine St., Hazleton, Pa. (54). K 
Dike, Archie Clarence, Bristol, Vt. (54). 
*Dike, Paul Harrison, Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin, 

Masdion, Wis. (60). 1910. B 
*Diller, Joseph Silas, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1903. E 
Dilworth, James A., M. D., Aberdeen, Miss. (60). K 
*Diinick, Chester Edward, 366 Central St., Manchester, N. H. (60). 

1910. A 
Dimmock, George, R. F. D. No. i, Springfield, Mass. (22). 1S74. F 
Dimock, Geo. E., 907 North Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J. (57). 
Dimon, Miss Abigail Camp, 367 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. (50). F K 
Dinkey, Alva C, E. E., 1116 Carnegie Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
d'Invilliers, Eduard V., E. M., 506 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). D E 
Disbrow, William S., M. D., 151 Orchard St., Newark, N. J. (51). G K 
Ditman, Norman Edward, M. D., 26 East 48th St., New York, N. Y 

(58). K 
Diven, John M., C. E., 14 George St., Charleston, S. C. (60). D 
Dixon, Brandt B., President, Newcomb College, New Orleans, La. (52). 

K 
*Dixon, Roland Burrage, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Anthropology, 

Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. (46). 1901. H 
*Dixon, Samuel Gibson, M. D., Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (50). 1906. F K 
Doan, Frank C, 519 Chestnut St., Meadville, Pa. (58). H 
Doan, Martha, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (60). A 
Doane, R. W., 527 Homer Ave., Palo Alto, Cal. (60). F 
Doane, Samuel Everett, E. E., 441 1 Hough Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). 

D 
*Dock, George, M. D., 124 Baronne St., New Orleans, La. (51). 1903. K 
Dodds, Gideon Stanhope, Biological Hall, University of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. (57). F 
Dodds, Robert, M. D., 144 Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Dodge, Charles Wright, Professor of Biology, University of Rochester, 
Rochester, N. Y. (39). 1898. FGK 
Dodge, Raymond, 107 Lawn Ave., Middletown, Conn. (58). H 
*Dodge, Richard Elwood, Professor of Geography, Teachers College, 
Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (49). 1901. E L 
Dodman, Alfred C, Jr., 19 Euclid Ave., Summit, N. J. (50). 
Dods, John C, E. M., 346 West First St., Cherryvale, Kans. (60). D 
*Dodson, John Milton, Professor of Medicine and Dean of Students, Rush 

Medical College, Chicago, 111. (54). 1906. C K 
*Dodson, W. R., Director and Botanist, Louisiana Experiment Station, 
Baton Rouge, La. (54). 1906. G 
Doering, Prof. C. E-, Bryn Athyn, Pa. (60). A 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Doherty, Henry L., 60 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (48). B D 
Eohme, Alfred R. L., Ph. D., 303 West Pratt St., Baltimore, Md. (60). C 
*Dohmen, Franz Joseph, Ph. D., 37 Walker St., Cambridge, Mass. (57). 

1910. A 
Dole, Rev. Charles Fletcher, 14 Roanoke Ave., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

(50). I 
Dolson, Grace Neal, Wells College, Aurora, N. Y. (60). H 
Dolt, Maurice L., Ph. D., Asst. Professor of Chemical Engineering, 

University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. D. (58). C 
Dominian, Leon, E. M., Apartado 3021, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. (60). 

C D 
♦Donaldson, Henry Herbert, Ph. D., Professor of Neurology, Wistar Insti- 
tute of Anatomy, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. K 
Dondlinger, Peter Tracy, Ph. D., Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. 

(58). I 
Donnelly, Thomas F., E. M., care Davis Sulphur Ore Co., Davis, Mass. 

(60). D 
*Doolittle, Prof. Charles Leander, Flower Astronomical Observatory, 

University of Pennsylvania, Upper Darby, Pa. (25). 1885. A 
Doolittle, Eric, Upper Darby, Pa. (58). A 

Doolittle, Roscoe E., 109 Hillside Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. (60). C 
Doran, Edwin W., Ph. D., Department of Biology, Louisiana Industrial 

Institute, Ruston, La. (54). F 
Dorner, Herman Bernard, Agricultural Experiment Station, Urbana, 111. 

(57). 6 
Dorr, Henry I., M. D., 67 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Dorset, Marion, Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). 1909. CK 
*Dorsey, George A., Ph. D., Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 

111. (39). 1892. H 
*Dorsey, Herbert Grove, Ph. D., 404 Oak Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. (51). 

1909. B 
*Dorsey, N. Ernest, Ph. D., The California, Washington, D. C. (46). 
1898. B 
Doster, James J., Professor of Secondary Education, University of Ala- 
bama, Ala. (61). L 
Doty, Paul, care St. Paul Gas Light Co., St. Paul, Minn. (43). D 
*Doubt, Thomas Eaton, Ph. D., 5402 Drexel Ave., Chicago, 111. (48). 
1909. B 
Doughty, Mrs. Alia, Milford, Pa. (49). E G L 
Doughty, Howard Waters, Amherst, Mass. (58). C 
Doughty, William H., Jr., M. D., 822 Greene St., Augusta, Ga. (58). K 
Douglas, Edward Morehouse, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(54). E 
♦Douglas, James, LL. D., 99 John St., New York, N. Y. (49). 1905. E 
Douglas, Theodore, E. M., Scarboro, N. Y. (58). D 
Douglass, Alfred, 170 West 59th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

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H 

D. C. 


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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Douglass, Andrew ElHcott, Department of Physics and Astronomy, 

University of Arizona, Tucson, Ariz. (58). A B 
Douglass, George Lyon, 184 LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. (55). I 
Douglass, Thomas, M. D., Ozark, Ark. (60). K 
Doulton, Mrs. Leslie, Box 302, Santa Barbara, Cal. (61). 
*Douty, Daniel Ellis, Bureau of Standards, Washington, 

1910. B 
*Dow, Edmund L., M. D., 49 West 57th St., New York, 
1908. K L 
Dow, Eugene M., loi Trowbridge St., Cambridge, Mass. (58). A B L 
Dow, Herbert H., Midland, Mich. (47). C 
*Dowd, Jerome, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (55). 1906. I 
Dowell, Philip, Ph. D., 12 Bond St., Port Richmond, N. Y. (50). G 
Downey, James E., High School of Commerce, Boston, Mass. (60). L 
Downey, James H., M. D., 28 Green St., Gainesville, Ga. (60). K 
*Downey, John F., Professor of Mathematics, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 1910. A 
Downing, Elliot Rowland, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Northern State 

Normal School, Marquette, Mich. (51). F L 
Downs, Edgar Selah, Ph. D., Electrical Engineering Department, Colum- 
bia University, New York, N. Y. (50). B D 
Downs, Norton, M. D., Fordhooke Farm, Three Tuns, Pa. (52). K 
' Draege, Mathilde, 228 East 69th St., New York, N. Y. (60). E 
Drake, Bryant S., Chemical Engineer, 5930 Colby St., Oakland, Cal. 

(60). C 
Drake, George Silas, Jr., M. D., 3737 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(60). K 
Drake, Grandison W., M. D., Hollins Institute, Hollins, Va. (60). K 
*Drake, Noah Fields, Professor of Geology, Peiyang University, Tientsin, 
China. (57). 1909- E 
Drane, Walter Hugh, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Mis- 
sissippi, University, Miss. (58). D 
♦Draper, Daniel, Ph. D., New York Meteorological Observatory, Central 

Park, New York, N. Y. (29). 188 1. A B D F 
♦Draper, Mrs. Henry, 271 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (49). 1906. 
Drayer, Howard C, Yeatman High School, St. Louis, Mo. (51). B 
Dresbach, Melvin, M. D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). K 
Drescher, William A. E., Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

(41).' F 
Dresden, Arnold, 1120 West Johnson St., Madison, Wis. (60). A 
*Drew,ElmerR.,Ph. D.,1321 Waverley St., Palo Alto, Cal. (58). 1910. B 
*Drew, Oilman Arthur, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, University of Maine, 

Orono, Me. (54)- 1906. F 
*Dreyer, George P., Professor of Physiology and Physiological Chemistry, 

3826 Gladys Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. K 
Driehaus, Irwin W., 1120 Amsterdam Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). B C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Drinker, Henry Sturgis, LL. D., President, Lehigh University, South 
Bethlehem, Pa. (55). D I 
*DroppERS, Garrett, President, University of South Dakota, Vermilion, 
S. Dak. (50). 1 90 1. I 
Drowne, Henry B., C. E., Box 3, East Side Station, Providence, R. I. 

(60). D 
Drummond, Isaac Wyman, Ph. D., 436 West 226 St., New York, N. Y. 

(36). 
Drushel, J. Andrew, Teachers College, St. Louis, Mo. (58). E L 
Drushel, William Allen, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (61). C 
*Dryer, Charles Redway, Professor of Geography, Indiana State Normal 
School, Terre Haute, Ind. (50). 1903. E L 
Duane, Alexander, M. D., 149 East 37th St., New York, N. Y. (54). 
AHK 
*Duane, William, Ph. D., care Morgan, Harjes and Co., Hausmann, Paris, 

France. (50). 1901. B 
Dublin, Louis I., Ph. D., Commercial High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). 
FGH K 
*Du Bois, Prof. Augustus Jay, New Haven, Conn. (30). 18S2. ABO 
Du Bois, Ernest, E. M., Apartado 121, 2a San Francisco, No. 5, Mexico, 

D. F., Mexico. (60). D 
Du Bois, Mrs. George W., 789 Belvidere Ave., Plainfield, N. J. (57). 

EFGIL 
*Du Bois, Howard Weidner, 4526 Regent St., Philadelphia, Pa. (47). 

1906. A 
Dubois, Norman Armin, Ph. D., Case School of Applied Science, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. (58). C 
*Du Bois, Patterson, 401 South 40th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (33). 1887. 

H I L 
*Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt, Ph. D., Professor of Sociology, Atlanta 
University, Atlanta, Ga. (50). 1905. I 
Duckwall, Edward Wiley, Bacteriologist and Food Specialist, Aspinwall, 
Pa. (53). C 
*DuDLEY, Wm. L., Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. (28). 1881. C 
*Dudley, Wm. Russel, Professor of Botany, Stanford University, Cal. 

(29). 1883. G 
*Duerdon, J. E., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Rhodes University College, 

Grahamstown, South Africa. (52). 1905. F G K L 
*Dugan, Raymond Smith, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Astronomy, 
Princeton University Observatory, Princeton, N. J. (55). 1907. A B 
Dugan, William James, M. D., 2224 South Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(57). K 
Duggan, Malone, M. D., Moore Building, San Antonio, Tex. (60). K 
Duggan, Stephen Pierce, College of the City of New York, New York, 
N. Y. (61). 
*Duggar, Benjamin Minge, Ph. D., Professor of Plant Physiology, Cornell 
University, Ithaca, N. Y. (45). 1900. G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Duke, Frank Williamson, Virginia Mechanics Institute, Richmond, Va. 
(50). 1906. A 

Dulles, Charles W., M. D., 4101 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). K L 
*Dumble, Edwin T., Consulting Geologist, Southern Pacific Co., 2003 
Main St., Houston, Tex. (37). 1891. CE 

Dummer, Edward Lee, American Hosiery Co., New Britain, Conn. (61). 
B H 

Duncan, Frederick N., Ph. D., Oxford, Ga. (50). C F 
*Duncan, George Martin, Professor of Philosophy, Yale University, New 
Haven, Conn. (50). 1902. H L 

Duncan, James H., C. E., Searsport, Me. (58). D 

Duncan, Robert Andrew, Chemist, P. O. Box 509, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(58). C 
* Duncan, Robt. Kennedy, Professor of Chemistry, University of Pittsburg, 
Pittsburg, Pa. (57). 1908. C 

DuNCANSON, Henry Bruce, Professor of Biology, Nebraska State Nor- 
mal School, Peru, Nebr. (50). F 

Dunham, Carroll, M.D., Hillside, Irvington, N. Y. (57). K 
*Dunham, Edward K., M. D., Professor of Pathology, Carnegie Labora- 
tory, New York, N. Y. (30). 1890. C K 

Dunham, Herbert Franklin, C. E., 220 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
(60). D 

Dunham, Theodore, M. D. , 48 East 63d St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 

Dunipace, Joseph Evans, 2329 Parkwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. (57). C 

Dunkel, Otto, via L'Arcirescorado 2, presso Signora Spegazzina, Pisa, 
Italy. (60). A 

Dunlap, Knight, Ph. D., Associate in Psychology, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, Baltimore, Md. (58). H L 

Dunlap, Knight, Ph. D., Box 153, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 
Md. (58). H L 

Dunlap, Will Knox, E. E., P. O. Box 911, Pittsburg, Pa. (60). D 

Dunlap, William, 43 West Willis Ave., Detroit, Mich. (58) 
*Dunlevy, Prof. Robert Baldwin, 1 104 West Johnson St., Madison, Wis. 
(50). 1909. C E F 

Dunn, Arthur D., M. D., 300 McCague Building, Omaha, Nebr. (60). K 

Dunn, E. A. A., M. D., Platteville, Wis. (60). K 

Dunn, Elizabeth Hopkins, M. D., Instructor in Anatomy, University of 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). F K 

Dunn, Gano, E. E., Vice-President and Chief Engineer, Crocker-Wheeler 
Co., 117 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (50). A B D E 

Dunn, Ira J., M. D., 810 Peach St., Erie, Pa. (51). K L 
*Dunnington, Prof. Francis P., University Station, Charlottesville, Va. 
(26). 1880. CE 

Dunscombe, Geo. Ellsworth, 392 Canal St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Dunster, Carl B., E. M., Marquette, Mich. (60). D 

Dunyon, Newton A., E. M., 23 H vSt., vSalt Lake City, Utah. (55). D E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

du Pont, Alfred I., Wilmington, Del. (60). C 
du Pont, Pierre S., Wilmington, Del. (57). C 
•Durand, Elias J., Assistant Professor of Botany, University of Missouri, 

Columbia, Mo. (41). 1899. 6 
Durand, Mrs. Frederic F., Maplewood, N. J. (58). 
♦Durand, William Frederick, Ph. D., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 
^Leland Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (37). 
^1890. B D 

Durant, William B., Jr., 9 Lowell St., Cambridge, Mass. (61). 

Durfee, Walter Chaloner, 2d, 81 Sedgwick St., Boston, Mass. (56). D 

*Durfee, William Pitt, Ph. D., Dean, Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y. (46). 

1899. A 

Durkee, Eugene W., 534 Washington St., New York, N. Y. (57). D E 

*Durkee, Frank Williams, Professor of Chemistry, Tufts College, Mass. 

(58). 1910. C 
Durrell, Harold Clarke, 17 Dana St., Cambridge, Mass. (57). E 
Durstine, W. E., 107 Burton Ave., N. E., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). A 
Durward, Arthur, Lordsburg, Cal. (60). B 

Duryea, Chester Burnell, 80 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). B C 
Duryee, Albert P., M. D., American National Bank Building, Everett, 
Wash. (60). K 
*Dutcher, William, 141 Broadway, N. Y. (54). 1906. F 
Dutton, Charles Frederic, Jr., 4816 Franklin Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 

(47). BCE 
Dutton, Walton Forest, M. D.. Walker's Mills, Pa. (60). K 
*Duval, Edmund P. R., Box 494, Norman, Okla. (50). 1906. A 
*Duvall, Trumbull Gillette, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology and Philos- 
ophy, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. (52). 1906. HIL 
*Duvel, Joseph W. T., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (48). 1905. G 
Duvigneaud, George A., 819 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn. 

(55). I 
*Dwight, Jonathan, Jr., M. D., 134 West 71st St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
1906. F 
Dwight, Mrs. Melatiah E., 31 Mt. Morris Park, West, New York, N. Y. 

(57). 
Dyar, Burt A., M. D., De Smet, S. D. (60). K 
*Dyar, Harrison G., Ph. D., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(43). 1898. F 
♦Dyche, Lewis Lindsay, Professor of Systematic Zoology, University of 

Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (51). 1906. F 
Dyer, Florence A., M. D., 30 Midland Ave., East Orange, N. J. (60). K 
Dyer, Isadore, M. D., 2222 Prytania St., New Orleans, La. (60). K 
Dysart, Paul Moore, 220 Coltart Square, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). B D L 
Dysterud, Emil, E. E., Monterey, N. L-, Mexico. (50). D 
Eagleson, James B., M. D., 512 Burke Building, Seattle, Wash. (51). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Eames, Arthur Johnson, 39 Lincoln St., So. Framingham, Mass. (61). 
*Earhart, Robert F., Assistant Professor of Physics, Ohio State University, 
Columbus, Ohio. (53). 1907. B 
Earle, Baylis H., M. D., U. S. Quarantine Station, Charleston, S. C. 
(60). K 
*Earle, Franklin Sumner, Herradura, Cuba. (39). 1896. G 
Earll, Charles Isaac, M. E., 159 West 105th St., New York, N. Y. (52). D 
Earp, Edwin L., Ph. D., Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J. (61). 
East, Edward Murray, Ph. D., Bussey Institution, Forest Hills, Boston, 
Mass. (57). C G 
*Eastman, Charles Rochester, Ph. D., ]\Iuseum of Comparative Zoology 

Cambridge, Mass. (41). 1896. E F 
*Eastman, John R., Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N., Andover, N. H. 
(26). 1879. A 
Easton, Charles D., M. D., 36 Ayrault St., Newport, R. I. (60). K 
Easton, Christopher, 727 St. Peter St., St. Paul, Minn. (52). I K 
*Eastwood, Miss Alice, 3560 Tejon St., Denver, Colo. (50). 1901. G 
*Eaton, Elon Howard, Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y. (52). 1906. F G 

Eaton, Frederick Malcolm, 1014 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. (58). C 
*Eaton, George Francis, Ph. D., 80 Sachem St., New Haven, Conn. (54). 
1906. E 
Eaton, Harry N., Instructor in Geology and Petrography, School of 

Mines, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (56). E 
Eaton, Wm. S., 86 Trinity Place, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Ebaugh, William Clarence, Ph. D., Director, Department of Chemistry, 
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. (54). 1906. C L 
Eccles, David Charles, 191 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (50). C 
"'Eccles, Robert Gibson, M. D., 191 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (31). 

1894. C G K 
Echols, Lieut. -Col. Chas. P., U. S. A., West Point, N. Y. (58). A B D L 
Eckart, Charles F., Director, Sugar Experiment Station, Box 180, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. (53). C 
Eckersley, Joseph Oscar, C. E., 4269 White Plains Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(58). ABD 
Eckhart, Percy Bernard, First National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 
(58). I 
*Eddy, Henry T., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics, 
University of Minnesota, MinneapoUs, Minn. (24). 1875. ABD 
Eddy, Walter Hollis, 155 West 65th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Edgar, CHnton G., 72 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. (46). 
Edgar, Thomas Oscar, Gainesville, Texas. (53). K 
Edgerton, Claude Wilbur, Agricultural Experiment Station, Louisiana 

State University, Baton Rouge, La. (56). G 
♦Edmunds, Charles Keyser, Ph. D., care Jas. R. Edmunds, "The Cecil," 

Baltimore, Md. (58). 1910. ABD 1 

Edqm"st, Joshua A., Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. (61). I 
EFG 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Edsall, David L., M. D., 1432 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Edson, Professor Howard Austin, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Dept. 

of Agriculture, Washington, D. C (60). G 
Edwards, Arthur M., M. D., F. R. M. S., 423 Fourth Ave., Newark, N. J. 

(52). BCEFG 
*Edwards, Charles Lincoln, Ph. D., Professor of Natural History, Trinity 

College, Hartford, Conn. (49). 1900. F 
*Edvvards, Gen. Clarence R., U. S. A., Chief, Bureau of Insular Affairs, 

War Department, Washington, D. C. (25). 1906. I 
Edwards, Edwin H., 7317 Clinton Ave., N. W., Cleveland, Ohio. (58). 

FGK 
Edwards, J. Warner, E. M., 1420 South 15th St., Denver, Colo. (58). 

D 
Egan, James A., M. D., Springfield, 111. (60). K 
Egbert, J. Hobart, M. D., 278 Prospect St.", Willimantic, Conn. (55). 

FK 
Egdahl, Anfin, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (58). 
Egerton, John B., Rock Hill College, Ellicott City, Md. (60). F 
*Eggleston, Willard Webster, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Dept. of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (57). 1909. G 
Ehman, Joseph W., 145 North loth St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). C 
Ehmke, W. C, M. D., Willow River, Minn. (60). K 
Ehrenfeld, Charles Hatch, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Physics, 

Collegiate Institute, York, Pa. (54). C 
Ehrenfeld, Frederick, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology, University 

of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (50). E 
*Ehrhorn, Edward Macfarlane, care Board of Agriculture and Forestry, 

Honolulu, Hawaii. (50). 1906. F 
*Eichelberger, William Snyder, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, U. S. 

Naval Observatory, Washington D. C. (41). 1896. A 
Eidlitz, Otto M., 489 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Eidlitz, Robert James, 995 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Eiesland, John, Ph. D., Department of Mathematics, West Virginia Uni- 
versity, Morgantown, W. Va. (50). 1903. A 
*Eigenmann, Carl H., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Indiana University, 

Bloomington, Ind. (48). 1899. F 
Eikenberry, William Lewis, Instructor in Botany, High School, 4233 

Russell Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (53). G 
Filers, Anton, E. M., 751 St. Mark's Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (50). D E 
Eimer, August, 30 Irving Place, New York, N. Y. (50). 
Einstein, Alfred Charles, M. E., 709 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo. (60). D 
*Eisenhart, Luther Pfahler, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Princeton 

University, Princeton, N. J. (60). 1910. A 
Eisenhauer, John H., 1004 North Park St., McKeesport, Pa. (60). A 
Elder, E. Waite, East Side High School, Denver, Colo. (50). C 
Eldred, Frank R., 1422 North New Jersey St., IndianapoHs, Ind. (57). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Eliot, Charles W., IvL. D., Cambridge, Mass. (6i). L 
*Elkin, William L., Ph. D., Yale University Observatory, New Haven, 
Conn. (33). 1885. A 
Elkus, Abram I., 170 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Ellard, Charles Henry, Great Neck, Long Island, N. Y. (58). C F L 
Ellerman, Ferdinand, Assistant Astrophysicist, Mt. Wilson, Cal. (58). 

AB 
Ellinwood, C. N., M. D., 2739 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, Cal. (60). K 
Elliott, C. H., 525 West 1 20th St., New York, N. Y. (60). A 
Elliot, George Thomson, M. D., 36 East 35th St., New York, N. Y. (50). 

FK 
Elliott, Charles Gleason, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

B.C. (54). D 
♦Elliott, Edward Charles, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Education, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58) 1910. I L 
Elliott, E. L., 12 West 40th St., New York, N. Y. (58). B 
Ellis, A. Caswell, Ph. D., Professor of Education, University of Texas, 

Austin, Tex. (52). I K 
Ellis, Charles E., Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (60). C D E 
*Ellis, Frederick Warren, M. D., Monson, Mass. (47). 1906. B K 
ElUs, Grace F., 52 Briggs Court, Grand Rapids, Mich. (60). A 
Ellis, Henry Rives, 148 Pierpont St., Salt Lake City, Utah. (53). C D E 
EUis, Max Mapes, Professor of Zoology, Indiana University, Blooming- 
ton, Ind. (58). F K 
Ellison, Daniel, 1627 East Madison St., Baltimore, Md. (61). 
Ellsworth, James William, 18 East 53d St., New York, N. Y. (54). I 
*Elrod, Morton John, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, University of Montana, 

Missoula, Mont. (50). 1901. F 
♦Elsberg, Chas. A., M. D., Madison Ave. and 63d St., New York, N. Y. 
(57). 1908. K 
Elsom, Harry E., Masontown, Pa. (58). C 
Elton, Howard L., E. M., Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico. (60). D 
Ely, Charles Russell, Ph. D., Professor of Natural Science, Gallaudet 

College, Washington, D. C. (52). C E 
Ely, Frederick G., 24 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Ely, Sumner Boyer, 5122 Pembroke Place, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
*Ely, Theo. N., Chief of Motive Power, Pennsylvania R. R., Broad St. 
Station, Philadelphia, Pa. (29). 1886. D 
Embody, George Charles, Ph. D., 315 College Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. (61). 
♦Emerson, Benjamin Kendall, Professor of Geology, Box 203, Amherst, 

Mass. (19). 1877. E 
♦Emerson, Prof. C. F., Box 499, Hanover, N. H. (22). 1874. A B 
♦Emerson, Chas. P., M. D., Clifton Springs, N. Y. (58). 1909. K 
Emerson, Herbert W., 400 West Lee St., Lawrence, Kans. (60). C 
♦Emery, Albert Hamilton, 788 Main St., Stamford, Conn. (29). 1884. 
ABD 
Emery, Stephen, 412 Welling St. Richmond Hill, N. Y. (60). A 

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MEMBERS AND FELW)WS. 

Emery, W. L., E. E., 830 Emeril Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah. (60). C D 
*Emery, William O., 2132 Flagler Place, N.W., Washington, D. C. (53). 
1909. C 

Emmel, Victor E., Ph. D., 1806 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. (58). K 

Emmert, Edward J., M. D., Lawrenceburg, Ind. (58). K 

Emmett, Arthur Donaldson, Associate in Animal Nutrition, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. (57). C K 

Emmons, Arthur B,, Newport, R. I. (50). E 

Emmons, Newton W., M. E., Trout Lake, British Columbia. (58). D 
♦Emmons, Samuel Franklin, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 
D. C. (26). 1879. E 

Emrich, William H., Marquette Club, Chicago, 111. (58). 

Enders, Prof. Henry E., Cooper Union, New York, N. Y. (60). C 

Enders, Howard Edwin, Ph. D., Department of Biology, Purdue Univer- 
sity, Lafayette, Ind. (50). F 

Enfield, Charles, M. D., Jefferson, Iowa. (58). K 
*Engberg, Carl Christian, Professor of Mathematics, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. (58). 1909. A 

Engelhardt, Francis Ernest, Ph. D., 7 Clinton Block, Syracuse, N. Y. 
(58). C 

Engelhardt, George P., 373 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). F 

Engle, Horace M., 414 Terry Building, Roanoke, Va. (52). E 

Engle, Harry Perry, M. D., Newton, Iowa. (58). K 
*Engler, Edmund Arthur, Ph. D., LL. D., President, Worcester Polytechnic 
Institute, Worcester, Mass. (50). 1901. A D L 

Ennis, William Duane, M. E., Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(58). D 

Eno, A. F., 32 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 

Eno, John Chester, 56 East 57th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

Enock, Fred, 13 Tufnell Park Road, London, N., England. (58). F 

Ensign, William O., M. D., Rutland, 111. (60). K 

Enzian, Charles, C. E., 375 South River St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (60). D 

Eppley, Marion, 80 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). C 

Epstean, Edward, 141 East 25th St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 

Erdmann, Charles A., M. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of Minne- 
sota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). K 

Erlandsen, Oscar, C. E., 100 East 34th St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 

Erlanger, A., 65 Worth St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Ernest, T. R., 605 East Springfield Ave., Champaign, 111. (58). C 

Erwin, A. T., Associate Professor of Horticulture, Iowa State College, 
Ames, Iowa. (54). G 

Esbjorn, Charles Linus Eugene, 9th Ave. and 34th St., Rock Island, 111. 
(58). L 
*Eshner, Augustus A., M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, Philadelphia 
Polyclinic, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1909. K 

Espenschied, Charles, 3500 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (60). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Essary, Samuel Henry, Assistant in Botany, University of Tennessee, 

Knoxville, Tenn. (54). G I 
Estabrook, Arthur F., 15 State St., Boston, Mass. (57). 
Estabrook, Arthur H., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (61). 

F 
Esterly, Calvin Olin, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Occidental College, 

Los Angeles, Cal. (53). F 
Estes, R. Logan, M. D., Meredosia, 111. (60). K 
Esty, Thomas C, Amherst, Mass. (58). A 
Esty, William, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Lehigh University, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. (58). B D 
Esty, William C, 85 Elm St., Worcester, Mass. (60). A 
*Evans, Alexander W., M. D., Professor of Botany, Yale University, 
New Haven, Conn. (45). 1903. G K 
Evans, Britton D., M. D., Greystone Park, N. J. (51). H K 
Evans, George W., Charlestown High School, Charlestown, Mass. (58) . A 
*Evans, Henry Brown, Ph. D., College Hall, University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia, Pa. (48). 1906. A D 
Evans, Illbyd Buller Pole, Department of Agriculture, P. O. 434, Pretoria, 

Transvaal, South Africa. (55). G 
Evans, James Rittenhouse, 3 High St., Pottstown, Pa. (58). C 
Evans, John D., care C. O. Railway, Trenton, Ontario, Canada. (58). 

DF 
*Evans, Percy Norton, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Purdue University, 

Lafayette, Ind. (58). 1910. C 
Evans, Rowland, 221 Federal Building, Indianapolis, Ind. (58). I 
Evans, Samuel G., 211 Main St., Evansville, Ind. (39). G 
*Evans, Walter Harrison, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (52). 1906. G 
*Evans, Wm. Lloyd, Assistant Proifessor of Chemistry, Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Columbus, Ohio. (57). 1908. C 
Eveland, Arthur John, care General Development Co., 42 Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. (55). E 
*Evermann, Barton Warren, Ph. D., Bureau of Fisheries, Department of 
Commerce and Labor, Washington, D. C. (52). 1905. F L 
Evers, Edward, M. D., 1861 North Market St., St. Louis, Mo. (28). 

FHK 
Ewell, Marshall Davis, M. D., LL. D., 59 Clark St., Chicago, 111. (57). B 
Ewen, John M., 525, The Rookery, Chicago, 111. (58). D 
Ewing, Early Cunningham, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Dept. of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (61). G 
Ewing, H. E., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Iowa State College, Ames, 

Iowa. (61). F 
Ewing, William Ferdinand, San Luis Obispo, Cal. (60). A 
*Eycleshymer, Albert Chauncey, Medical Department, St. Louis University, 

St. Louis, Mo. (53). 1906. K 
*Eyerman, John, "Oakhurst," Easton, Pa. (33). 1889. C E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Eyster, John A. English, M. D., Professor of Physiology, University of 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (57). 1909. K 
Fagnani, Rev. Chas. Prospero, D. D., 700 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(57). 
Fahnestock, Ernest Benjamin, E. E., 129 Patchen Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Fahrig, Ernst, 3642 Old York Road, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). C 
Faile, Edward Hall, M. E., i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Fairbank, Alexander W., M. D., Chazy, N. Y. (60). K 
♦Fairbanks, Harold Wellman, Ph. D., P. O. Box 376, Berkeley, Cal. (58) 

1910. E L 
*Fairbanks, Rev. Henry, Ph. D., St. Johnsbury, Vt. (14). 1874. A B D 
Fairbanks, James R., M. D., 33 Church St., Amsterdam, N. Y. (60). K 
Fairchild, Benjamin Thomas, 76 Laight St., New York, N. Y. (36). C K 
*FairchiId, David Grandison, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D. C. (47). 1898. G 
*Fairchild, Herman LeRoy, Professor of Geology, University of Rochester, 
Rochester, N. Y. (28). 1883. E 
Fairchild, John Fletcher, C. E., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. (60). D 
Falconer, William, Superintendent, Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburg, Pa. 

(29)- 
Falding, Frederic John, Consulting Chemical Engineer, 55 Broadway, 

New York, X. Y. (50). C 
Falk, Kaufman George, Hotel Westminster, Copley Square, Boston, Mass. 

(58). B C 
Fallon, G. W. R., 281 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Famulener, L. W., Research Laboratory, Department of Health, New 

York, N. Y. (60). K 
♦Fanning, John Thomas, C. E-, Kasota Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

(29). 1885. B D 
Farabee, William Curtis, Ph. D., Instructor in Anthropology, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (54). H 
*Fargis, Rev. Geo. A., S. J., 801 West i8ist St., New York, X.Y. (40). 

1892. ABC 
*Faris, Robert Lee, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(58). 1910. B 
Farley, Godfrey Pearson, 24 Cottage Place, White Plains, N. Y. (51). 

A B E 
Farlow, John W., M. D., 234 Clarendon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Farlow,William Gilson, Ph. D., Professor of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (20). 1875. G 
Farnham, Amos W., Head, Department of Geography, State Normal 

School, Oswego, N. Y. (54). E 
Farnham, Gordon, Box 145, Mt. Airy, Ohio. (60). C 
Farnsworth, Miss Alice, The Vendome, Boston, Mass. (60). 

Farnsworth, C. H., (57). 

Farnsworth, Harry B., M. D., Missoula, Mont. (60). K 

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MBMBERS AND FELWJWS. 

*Farquhar, Henry, Census Bureau, \\'ashington, D. C. (33). 1886. 
ABGI 
Farr, Marcus Stults, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. (49). E 
Farr, William W., M. D., 117 Allen's Lane, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(60). K 
♦Farrand, Livingston, M. D., Professor of Anthropology, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (50). 1902. H K 
Farrand, Wilson, Newark Academy, Newark, N. J. (61). 
Farrington, Ernest A., M. D., Haddonfield, N. J. (61). K 
Farrington, Frederic Ernest, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. (6i). 
*Farrington, Oliver Cummings, Ph. D., Field Museum of Natural History, 
Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. E 
Farwell, Robert Benneson.C.E., 62 Vinal Ave., Somerville, Mass. (47). D 
*Fassig, Oliver Lanard, Ph. D., San Juan, Porto Rico. (46). 1899. BEL 

Fatman, Morris, 14-16 White St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
♦Faught, John Brookie, Professor of Mathematics, Northern State Normal 

School, Marquette, Mich. (50). 1907. A 
*Faull, Joseph Horace, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Botany, University 
of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (54). 1909. G 
Faust, Thomas Bledsoe, Superintendent, Red River Furnace Co., Clarks- 

ville, Tenn. (58). C D 
*Favill, Henry Baird, M. D., Rm. 11 16, 100 State St., Chicago, 111. (58). 

1909. K 
Fawcett, William P., M. D., Alderson, W. Va. (60). K 
♦Fay, Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, Boston, Mass. (57). 1908. C 
Fay, Lewis George, Custom House, New York, N. Y. (50). G 
Fegraeus, Torbem, Ph. D., Nobel Works, Baku, Caucasus, Russia. (60). 


Feingold, Marcus, M. D., 124 Baronne St., New Orleans, La. (60). K 
Fellows, Charles Sumner, in Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis, Minn. 

(34). F 
Fels, Samuel S., S. E. cor. 39th and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). 

*Felt, Dr. Ephraim Porter, State Entomologist, Albany, N. Y. (44). 
1899. F 
Felton, Herbert Clark, C. E., Kaighn's Point, Camden, N. J. (60). D 
Fenn, Robert Willson, C. E., 229 Mills Bldg., San Francisco, Gal. (60). 

D 
*Fenneman, Nevin M., Ph. D., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
(51). 1904. E 
Fenner, John Kelsey, Hopedale, Mass. (58). A B C D E G 
♦Ferguson, Alexander McGowan, Sherman, Tex. (51). 1905. G 
Ferguson, Jeremiah Sweetser, 330 West 28th St., New York, N. Y. (58). 

FK 
Ferguson, John A., State Gollege, Pa., (60). G 
Ferguson, L. L., 155 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (52). B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Ferguson, Margaret Clay, Associate Professor of Botany, Wellesley 
College, Wellesley, Mass. (54). 1906. G 
Ferguson, Meade, Department of Health, mo Capitol St., Richmond, 

Va. (58). CGIK 
Ferguson, Robert Henry, M. D., 9 North Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

(60). K 
Fergusson, Juliana A., Halesite, N. Y. (57). 
Fermier, Emile Jerome, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Agricultural 

and Mechanical College of Texas, College Station, Tex. (58). A D 
Fernald, Charles H., Ph. D., Amherst, Mass. (58). F 
*Fernald, Henry T., Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Amherst, Mass. (58). 1910. F 
Fernald, Merritt Lyndon, 35 Walker St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Fernberger, Samuel W., 1306 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). 
*Fernekes, G., Ph. D., Houghton, Mich. (57). 1909. C 
*Fernow, Bernhard Eduard, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 
(31). 1887. Gl 
Ferrier, Walter F., E. M., Kennett, Cal. (60). 

Ferris, Harry Burr, M. D., Hunt Professor of Anatomy, Yale University, 
New Haven, Conn. (60). F K 
*Ferry, Frederick Carlos, Ph. D., Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. 
(58). 1909. A 
Ferry, Mansfield, 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (58). 
*Fessenden, Prof. Reginald A., care National Electric Signalling Co., 
8th and Water Sts., Washington. D. C. (47). 1899. AB 
Fetterman, John Colvin, Castle Shannon, Pa. (51). E F 
♦Fewkes, J. Walter, Ph. D., Forest Glen, Md. (48). 1900. H 
Fiala, Anthony, 148 83d St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). E 
*Field, Cyrus West, Professor of Pathology, University of Louisville, 
Louisville, Ky. (58). 1909. K 
Field, George W., 158 State House, Boston, Mass. (60). F 
♦Field, Herbert Haviland, Ph. D., Director, Concilium Bibliographicum, 
Ziirich-Neumunster Kollikerstr-9, Ziirich, Switzerland. (54). 1908. F 
Field, Irving Angell, Professor of Biology, Western Maryland College, 

Westminster, Md. (57). F 
Field, Wm. B. Osgood, 645 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Field, William Lusk Webster, Milton Academy, Milton, Mass. (47). 

EFL 
FiELDE, AdelE M., The San Marco, 1205 Spring St., Seattle, Wash. {S7)- 
F H 
*Fields, John Charles, Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of 
Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (60). 19 10. A 
Finch, Edward Ridley, 37 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Finch, John Wellington, (50). E 

Findlay, Merlin C, Professor of Biology, Park College, Parkville, Mo. 

(50). F 
Fine, Morris S., 46 Elliott St., New Haven, Conn. (60). C 



MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Finger, Clyde P., 817 30th St., Oakland, Cal. (58). C 
*Fink, Prof. Bruce, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. (45). 1899. G 

Fink, Colin G., Ph. D., P. O. Box 719, Schenectady, N. Y. (60). C 
*Finkel, Benjamin F., 1227 Clay St., Springfield, Mo. (60). 1910. A 
Finley, Nerval Howard, 7229 Hermitage St., Pittsburg, Pa. (52). C D I 
Finney, John M. T., M. D., 1300 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Fireman, Peter, Ph. D., Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. (45). D 
*Firmstone, F., Easton, Pa. (33). 1887. D 

Firth, Wm. P., 3 May Place, Rosedale, Toronto, Canada. (58). C 
*Fisch, Carl, M. D., 3212 Pine St., St. Louis, Mo. (53). 1909. HK 
Fischel, Washington E., M. D., Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mo. (58). 

I KL 
Fischelis, Philipp, M. D., 828 North 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Fischer, Charles E. M., M. D., 1922 West Chicago Ave., Chicago, 111. 
(53). CFK 
♦Fischer, Louis Albert, Bureau of Standards, U. S. Department of Com- 
merce and Labor, Washington, D. C. (47). 1906. A B C E 
♦Fischer, Martin H., M. D., Oakland School of Medicine, Oakland, Cal. 
(58). 1909. K 
Fischer, Max, Director, Carl Zeiss, Jena, Germany. (58). A 
♦Fischer, Richard, Ph. D., Professor of Analytical Chemistry, LTniversity 
of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58). 1909. C 
Fischer, Walter, Caixa Postal, No. 321, Para, Brazil, S. A. (60). G 
Fish, Charles Henry, M. E., Garner Print Works and Bleachery, Wapp- 

ingers Falls, N. Y. (51). D 
Fish, Frederick P., 84 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Fish, Pierre Augustine, D. V. M., Professor of Veterinary Comparative 
Physiology, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (49). 1901. K 
Fishberg, Maurice, 1337 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Fisher, Carl D., M. D., 618 Mack Block, Denver, Colo. (55). F K 
♦Fisher, Cassius Asa, Assistant Geologist, U. S. Geological Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (55). 1909. F 
Fisher, Chester G., 717 Forbes St., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). C 
♦Fisher, Elizabeth Florette, Associate Professor of Geology, Wellesley 

College, Wellesley, Mass. (57). 1909. E 
♦Fisher, George Egbert, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University of 
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1904. A 
Fisher, George H., 84 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). E 
Fisher, George J., M. D., 124 East 28th St., New York, N. Y. (57). I K 
Fisher, Henry D., M. E., U. S. Glass Co., So. i8thSt., Pittsburg, Pa. 
(60). D 
♦Fisher, Irving, Ph. D., Department of Political Economy, Yale University, 
New Haven, Conn. (50). 1901. A I 
Fisher, James, Jr., Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Michigan 

College of Mines, Houghton, Mich. (58). A B 
Fisher, Robert Jones, 614 F St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (50). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Fisher, Robert Welles, M. D., N. E. corner 3d South and 5th East Sts., 

Salt Lake City, Utah. (51). K 
Fisher, Wilbur H., C. E., 158 Market St., Hannibal, Mo. (60). D 
Fisher, Willard James, Ph. D., Instructor in Physics, Cornell University, 

811 E. State St., Ithaca, N. Y. (53). B 
Fisk, Arthur Lyman, M. D., 41 West 50th St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
*Fisk, Harlan W., Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Insti- 
tute, Washington, D. C. (60). 19 10. B 
Fisk, Herbert F., D. D., LL. D., 1625 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111. (50). 

E HL 
Fiske, Andrew, 216 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Fiske, Mrs. Andrew, 216 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Fiske, Augustus Henry, 10 Buckingham Place, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 

C 
*FiSKE, Prof. Thomas S., Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (50). 
1901. A 
Fiske, W. F., care Gipsy Moth Parasite Laboratory, Melrose Highlands, 

Mass. (60). F 
Fiske, Wilbur A., 495 Cypress Ave., Pasadena, Cal. (51). C E 
Fitch, Henry A., M. D., 4 Rutger Park, Utica, N. Y. (60). K 
*Fitz, George W., M. D., Peconic, N. Y. (47). 1898. H 
Fitz Gerald, Christopher C, C. E., Zulueta 46, Havana, Cuba. (58). D 
*Fitz Gerald, Francis A. J., Fitzgerald and Bennie Laboratories, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. (50). 1906. C 
Fitz-Gerald, William P., Burke and Porter Sts., Easton, Pa. (60). C 
Fitzpatrick, Edward A., 220 West 120th St., New York, N. Y. (60). 
*Fitzpatrick, Thomas J., Lamoni, Iowa. (52). 1905. A G L 
Fitz-Randolph, Raymond Bernard, Director State Laboratory of Hy- 
giene, Trenton, N. J. (54). C K 
Flagg, Elisha, M. D., 190 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Flagg, Stanley G., Jr., M. E., 1723 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). -D 
Flanigan, John A., 71 Marshall St., Paterson, N. J. (61). C 
Flather, Miss Alice V., 20 ArHngton St., Nashua, N. H. (58). C 
*Flather, John J., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of 
Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (44). 1896. D 
Fleet, R. R., Wm. Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. (58). 
Fleming, A. S., M. D., Wheaton, Minn. (60). K 
*Fleming, John Adam, R. F. D. No. 2, Bethesda, Md. (48). 1909. 
ABD 
Flemming, Dudley D., Gas Engineer, Lincoln Trust Building, 76 Mont- 
gomery St., Jersey City, N. J. (50). C D 
*Fletcher, Miss Alice C, Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. (29). 

1883. H 
*Fletcher, Horace, care Barrett Manufacturing Co., 17 Battery Place, 

New York, N. Y. (54). 1908. H I K L 
*Fletcher, Robert, M. D., Army Medical Museum and Library, Washington, 
D. C. (29). 1881. HK 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Flexner, Abraham, care Carnegie Foundation, 576 5th Ave., New York, 
N. Y. (60). L 
*Flexner, Simon, M. D., The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 
NewYork, N. Y. (52). 1905. K 
Flickinger, Junius R., Principal, Normal School, President, Pennsyl- 
vania Educational Association, Lock Haven, Pa. (51). I 
Fling, Professor H. R., Oshkosh Normal School, Oshkosh, Wis. (61). 
*Flint, Albert Stowell, Washburn Observatory, Madison, Wis. (30). 

1887. A 
♦Flint, Austin, M. D.. LL. D., 118 East 19th St., New York, N. Y. (50). 

1901. K 
*Flint, Dr. James Milton, U. S. N., Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C. 

(28). 1882. F H 
*Flint, Joseph Marshall, M. D., Professor of Surgery, Yale University, 
New Haven, Conn. (58). K 
Floyd, C. Harold, 417 W. 1 17th St., New York, N. Y. (60). 
Floody, Rev. Robert J., 43 Endicott St., Worcester, Mass. (61). L 
*Focke, Theodore M., Professor of Mathematics, Case School of Applied 

Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (44). 1903. A B 
*Foley, Arthur Lee, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Ind. (46). 1900. B 
Folkmar, Daniel, D. S. S., 13 10 Park Road N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(46). HI 
*Folks, Homer, 428 Hawthorne Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. (58J. 1909. I L 
Follis, Richard H., M. D., 3 East Read St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Folsom, Mrs. Charles F., 114 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Folsom, Justus Watson, Assistant Professor of Entomology, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (53). 1906. F 
*Foot, Katharine, 80 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. F 
*Foote, Allen Ripley, 17 Board of Trade Building, Columbus, Ohio. (52). 
1905. I 
Foote, Arthur De Wint, C. E., Grass Valley, Cal. (60). D 
Foote, James S., M. D., Professor of Histology, Creighton Medical College, 

Omaha, Nebr. (50). K 
*Foote, Warren Mathews, 418 South Wycombe Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. 

(50). 1906. CEIL 
Foran, George Jesse, M. E., 471 Central Park, West, New York, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Forbes, Alexander, Milton, Mass. f6o). 

Forbes, Amelia, Waltham Training School, Waltham, Mass. (60). 
*Forbes, Geo. Shannon, Ph. D., 51 Thornton St., Roxbury, Mass. (58). 

1910. C 
''Forbes, Robert Humphrey, Professor of Chemistry, University of Arizona, 

Tucson, Ariz. (50). 1906. C 
•Forbes, Stephen Alfred, Ph. D., Professor of Entomology, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. (55). 1907. F 

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MBMBERS AND FEU.OWS. 

Forbes, William T. M., Ph. D., 23 Trowbridge Road, Worcester, Mass. 
(61). 

Ford, Arthur Hillyer, Professor of Electrical Engineering, State Univer- 
sity of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (52). D L 

Ford, Bruce, M. E., 25 Summit St., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(60). D 

Ford, John Howard, District Engineer, 4th District, San Fernando, 
Pampanga, P. I. (60). D 

Ford, Starr, M. D., 19 West 7th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 

Forrest, Charles N., New York Testing Laboratory, Maurer, N.J. (58). C 

Forrester, Robert, P. O. Box 1254, Salt Lake City, Utah. (57). B C D E FG 

Forsyth, Miss Ruth A., Gilroy, Cal. (61). F 

FoRTMANN, Henry Frederick, President, Alaska Packers Association, 

1007 Gough St., San Francisco, Cal. (54). D 
♦Forwood, William Henry, M. D., Brig.-Gen. U.S.A., 1425 Euclid St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. (52). IQOQ- E 

Foshay, P. MaxweU, M. D., 168 Park St., Montclair, N. J. (6ij. K 

Foster, Macomb G., P. O. Box 1120, New York, N. Y. (49). 

Foster, Shirley W., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
(58). F 

Foster, William, Newburgh, N. Y. (50). I 

Foster, William, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Princeton University, 
Princeton, N. J. (60). C 

Foster, William Trufant, Professor of English, Bowdoin College, Bruns- 
wick, Me. (60). L 
*Foulk, Charles William, Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio. (51). 1906. C 
*Fountain, Claude Russell, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Kenyon College, 
Gambler, Ohio. (58). 1910. A B 

Fonts, Jesse J., M. D., Gonzales, Texas. (60). K 
*Fowle, Frederick Eugene, Astrophysical Observatory, Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, Washington, D. C. (58). 1909. A B 

Fowler, John V., M. D., 312 Grand Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). K 

Fox, Charles James, M. D., 706-708 Connecticut Mutual Building, 36 
Peari St., Hartford, Conn. (51). KL 
*Fox, Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Ursinus College, Collegeville, 

Pa. (52). 1906. F 
*Fox, Philip, Dearborn Observatory, Evanston, 111. (53). 1909. A B 
*Fox, William, Associate Professor of Physics, College of the City of New 
York, New York, N. Y. (50). 1906. BD 

Fox, William A., Glencoe, 111. (58). D 

Foxworthy, Fred William, Ph. D., Bureau of Science, Manila, P.I. (52). G 
*Fracker, George Cutler, Professor of Psychology and Education, Northern 
State Normal School, Marquette, Mich. (52). 1905. HL 

Fraenkel, Joseph, M. D., 46 East 75th St., New York, N. Y. (50). H K 

Francis, Charles A., M. E., 21 Shio-Cho, Yotsuya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. 
(60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Francis, Prof. Charles Kenworthy, Coliambia, Mo. 50). 1910. C 
Frank, Henry, 378 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). 
Frankenthal, Lester E., M. D., 4825 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Frankforter, George B., Ph. D., Dean, College of Chemistry, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (43). 1901. C 
*Frankland, Frederick ^^'illiam, "Okataina," Foxton, Manawatu, New 
Zealand. (50). 1906. A B E H I K 
Franklin, Arthur I., 181 West 135th St., New York, N. Y. (58). C 
*Franklin, Mrs. Christini Ladd, LL. D., 527 W. iioth St., New York, 

N. Y. (47). 1899. H 
*Franklin, Edward Curtis, Ph. D., Stanford University, Cal. (47). 1900. 
BC 
Franklin, Milton W., E. E., General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 
(60). D 
*Franklin, William S., Professor of Physics, Lehigh University, South 

Bethlehem, Pa. (36). 1892. B 
*Franz, Shepherd Ivory, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, George Wash- 
ington L'iniversity, \\'ashington, D. C. (55). 1909. H K 
*Fraps, George Stronach, Ph. D., Associate Chemist, Agricultural Exper- 
iment Station, College Station, Tex. (54). 1906. C 
• Frary, Hobart D., Dept. Terrestrial Magnetism, Carnegie Institution of 
Washington, Washington, D. C. (61). A B 
Frasch, Hans A., E.xchange Court, 52 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (56). 

C 
Fraser, George C, 20 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. (57). E 
Eraser, Samuel, Box 655, Geneseo, N. Y. (58). G 
Fraser, Frank Dean, 1401 Fillmore St., Topeka, Kan. (58). AG 
*Frazer, John, Ph. D., 928 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 1909. C 

Frazier, Charles H., 133 South i8th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
*Frear, William, Ph. D., 122 West Beaver Ave., State College, Pa. (33). 

1886. C 
*Frederick, Charles Warnock, LT. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. (50). 

1906. ABC 
Free, Edward Elway, Bureau of Soils, V. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. (58). BCE 
*Freedman, William Horatio, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Univer- 
sity of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. (50). 1901. B D 
Freeman, Charles, Ph. D., Director, Clark Chemical Laboratory, West- 
minster College, New Wilmington, Pa. (50). C 
*Freeman, Edward Monroe, Ph. D., College of Agriculture, St. Anthony 
Park, Minn. (58). 1909. G 
Freeman, Frank Nugent, Ph. D., School of Education, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). H L 
Freeman, Gay Nichols, E. M., Thermopolis, Wyoming. (60). D 
Freeman, Miss Harriet E., 37 Union Park, Boston, Mass. (57). E G 
Freernan, John Ripley, C. E., 235 Arlington Ave., Providence, R. I. 
(60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Freer, Prof. Paul C, Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (39). 1891. C 
French, Miss Caroline L. W., 42 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 
(60). 
*French, George Hazen, 912 South Normal Ave., Carbondale, 111. (54). 
1906. F G 
French, John Shaw, Ph. D., 151 Morris Ave., Providence, R. I. (58). 

ABL 
French, Owen B., U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(52). ADE 
♦French, Thomas, Jr., Ph. D., 40 Brantford Place, Buffalo, N. Y. (30). 
1883. B H 
Frerichs, Frederick W., Ph. D., 3828 Westminster Place, St. Louis, Mo. 

(58). C 

Frick, Prof. John H., Department of Mathematics, Central Wesleyan 

College, W^arrenton, Mo. (27). ABE 
*Friedenwald, Harry, M. D., Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and 

Otology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. (51). 

1909. K 
Friend, Samuel Henry, M. D., 406 Irving Place, Milwaukee,Wis. (51). K 
Frierson, L. S., Frierson, La. (54). F 
*Fries, Harold H., M. D., 92 Reade St., Xew York, N. Y. (40). 1898. 

CK 
Fries, J. August, State College, Pa. (57). C 
Fries, John W., Winston-Salem, N. C. (56). C 
Frisbie, Jesse F., M. D., Box 455, Newton, Mass. (29). E H K 
*Frisby, Edgar, Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N., 1607 31st St. N. W., 

Washington, D. C. (28). 1880. A 
Frissell, A. S., President, Fifth Avenue Bank of New York, 530 Fifth Ave., 

New York, N. Y. (52). I 
*Frissell, Lewis Fox, M. D., 113 East 56th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1908. K 
Fritch, Louis Charlton, C. E., Chief Engineer, C. G. W. R. R., 468 Grand 

Central Station, Chicago, III. (60). D 
Fritz, John, E. M., 155 Market St., Bethlehem, Pa. (60). D 
Froehhng, Henry, E. M., 911 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. (60). CD 
Frost, Arthur Barzilla, 310 Prospect St., Warren, Ohio. (53). C 
*Frost, Edwin Brant, Director, Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis. 

(38). 1890. A B 
Frost, Harold L., Arlington, Mass. (60). F 
Frost, Miss Lilla Ninette, Centre Sandwich, N. H. (57). G 
*Frost, William Dodge, Associate Professor of Bacteriology, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (50). 1906. K 
Frothingham, Channing, Jr., 51 Hereford St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Frothingham, Mrs. Frederick, care Alex. Wright, Esq., Fuller ton, 

Cal. (31). A F I 
Frugone, Frank L., 17S Park Row, New York, N. Y. (57). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Fry, Charles, 21 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (53). I 

Fry, Harry Shipley, 2260 Adams Ave., Norwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(60). C 
Frye, Maud J., M. D., 224 Allen St., Buffalo, N. Y. (60). K 
*Frye, Theodore Christian, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of 

Washington, Seattle, Wash. (53). 1909. G 
Fryer, Roy M., P. O. Box 72, Sacramento, Cal. (61). 
Fryette, Harrison H., M. D., 506 Trude Building, Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Fuchs, Ernesto, M.E., Apartado No. 334, Guadalajara, Mexico. (58). D 
Fuchs, Fernando C, E. M., Casilla 981, Lima, Peru, S. A. (60). D 
Fulcher, Gordon Scott, Amherst, Mass. (58). B 
Fulda, Clemens, M. D., 107 Kent St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). K 
*Fuller, Caleb Allen, Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

(54). 1906. F 
Fuller, Charles Gordon, M. D., 500 Reliance Building, Chicago, 111. (35). 

FK 
Fuller, Frank, 61 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Fuller, Prof. Frederick D., Chief Deputy State Chemist, Purdue Univer- 
sity Agric. Experiment Station, La Fayette, Ind. (60). C 
*Fuller, George W., 170 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). 1903. D 
Fuller, Harry V., Flatten Strasse, No. 46, Zurich, Switzerland. (60). C 
Fuller, Prof. Merton Leonard, Local Office, U. S. Weather Bureau, Peoria, 

111. (58). A E I L 
*FuLLER, Myron L., 104 Belmont Ave., Brockton, Mass. (50). 1903. E 
Fuller, Robert Gorham, 5 Perrin Road, Brookline, Mass. (58). H 
Fuller, S. Richard, 405 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Fuller, William, 22 Maple St., Auburndale, Mass. (60). A 
Fullerton, Rev. Edward Grier, D. D., Ph. D., 229 So. Franklin Ave., 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (61). 
Fullmer, Edward Lawrence, Baldwin University, Berea, Ohio. (50). F 
Fulloway, David T., Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (60). F 
Fulmer, Elton, Pullman, Washington. (58). CE 
Fulton, Harry Rascoe, Department of Botany, Pennsylvania State 

College, State College, Pa. (58). G 
*Fulton, Robert B., LL. D., Miller School, Va. (21). 1887. A B 
Furlow, Floyd Charles, V. P., Plunger Elevator Co., 17 Battery Place, 

New York, N. Y. (50). D 
Furman, Davis, M. D., 229 River St., Greenville, S. C. (60). K 
*Furness, Caroline E., Ph. D., Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (47). 

1899. A 
Furney, Elliott E., M. D., 3417 Morgan St., St. Louis, Mo. <6o). K 
Furst, Clyde, Secretary, Teachers College, Columbia University, New 

York, N. Y. (52). 
Futcher, Thomas B., 3 West Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
*Gable, George Daniel, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Wooster, Wooster, Ohio. (40). 1906. A B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Gabriel, George Andrew, 432 Westminster Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58), 

ABCDE 
Gaehr, Prof. Paul F., Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey. (58) A B 
Gaff, Thomas T., 1520 20th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). 
Gage, Homer, M. D., 72 Pearl St., Worcester, Mass. (61). K 
*Gage, Simon Henry, Professor Emeritus of Histology and Embryology, 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (28). 1881. F 
Gage, Stephen De M., Experiment Station, Lawrence, Mass. (60). 
*Gage, Mrs. Susanna Phelps, 4 South Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. (48). 1900. F 
Gage-Day, Mary, M. D., 207 Wall St., Kingston, N. Y. (51). K 
*Gager, C. Stuart, Ph. D., University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (50). 
1909. G 
Gahagan, William L., M. D., care U. S. Casualty Co., 141 Broadway, 

NewYork, N. Y. (51). K 
Gahm, James L., M. D., Jackson, Ohio. (60). K 
Gaines, William D., M. D., La Fayette, Ala. (60). K 
*Galbraith, Prof. John, School of Practical Science, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada. (38). 1889. D 
*Gale, Arthur Sullivan, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. (,54). 1906. A 
*Gale, Henry Gordon, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, University 

of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. B 
Gallagher, John H., E. M., 723J Kearney St., Portland, Ore. (60). D 
*Ga]loway, B. T., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
(37) 1890. G 
Galloway, David H., M. D., Roswell, New Mexico. (60). K 
Galloway, John D., C. E., 1500 Euclid Ave., Berkeley, Cal. (60). D 
*Galloway, Thomas Walton, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, James Millikin 
University, Decatur, 111. (45). 190 1. F G H L 
Gamba, Fortunate Periera, M. E., Pasto, Colombia, via Panama y 

Tumaco, S. A. (60). D 
Gamble, Charles D., M. D., Spencerville, Ohio. (60). K 
*Gane, Henry Stewart, Santa Barbara, Cal. (58). 1910. E 
Ganong, Walter Kierstead, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Univer- 
sity of Maine, Orono, Me. (57). D 
*Ganong, Wm. Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Smith College, .North- 
ampton, Mass. (49). 1900. G 
*Ganz, Albert Frederick. M. E., Professor of Electrical Engineering, 
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. (52). 1906. B D 
Garber, John Frederick, Yeatman High School, St. Louis, Mo. (56). G 
Garcin, Ramon D., M. D., 2618 East Broad St., Richmond, Va. (51). C K 
Gardiner, Rev. Frederic, Yeates School, Lancaster, Pa. (47). F L 
Gardner, Rev. Corliss B., Spencerport, N. Y. (29). A I 
Gardner, John R., 24 East 99th St., New York, N. Y. (58). 
Gardner, Julia A., Maryland Geological Survey, Baltimore, Md. (60). E 
*Garman, Prof. Samuel, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Cambridge 
Mass. (20). 1874 E F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Garner, James Bert, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Wabash College, 

Crawfordsville, Ind, (53). 1909. C 
Garrett, Albert O., Secretary, Utah Academy of Sciences, 615 South 

9th East St., Salt Lake City, Utah. (50). G 
Garrett, J. B., State Crop Pest Commission, Baton Rouge, La. (58). F 
Garrett, Mrs. T. Harrison, Evergreen-on- Avenue, Baltimore, Md. (60) . 
Garrison, Harriet E., M. D., 105 East Second St., Dixon, 111. (51). I 
Garrison, Wilbert A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Union College, 

Schenectady, N. Y. (58). A L 
Garvin, John B., Instructor in Chemistry, East Side High School, Denver, 

Colo. (50). C 
Gary, Lester B., Instructor in Biology, Central High School, Buffalo, 

N. Y. (53). F 
Gasche, Ferdinand G., 7212 Merrill Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). A D 
Gates, Burton X., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). F G H K 
*Gates, Fanny Cook, Professor of Physics, Woman's College, Baltimore, 

Md. (50). 1907. ABL 
*Gates, Reginald Ruggles, Ph. D., Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, 

Mo. (58). 1909. FG 
Gates, William Hazen, Professor of Zoology and Entomology, Louisiana 

State University, P. O. Box 522, Baton Rouge, La. (60). F 
Gaub, John, 134 Easton Ave., New Brunswick, X. J. (58). A C 
Gault, Franklin Benjamin, Ph. D., President, L^niversity of South Dakota, 

Vermilion, S. D. (43). L 
Gaumnitz, Prof. Daniel A., St. Anthony Park Experiment Station, St. 

Paul, Minn. (55). F 
Gause, Fred Taylor, care Standard Oil Co., 26 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. (40). 
Gauss, Robert, Denver Republican, Denver, Colo. (50). I 
Gavett, George Irving, 5252 i6th Ave., N. E., Seattle, Wash. (58). A 
Gay, Frederick Parker, M. D., Assistant in Pathology, Harvard Medical 

School, Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Gay, George W., M. D., Chestnut Hill, Mass. (60). K 
Gay, Samuel G., M. D., Selma, Ala. (60V K 
Geballe, Pauline I., Teacher in Physics and Chemistry, 1949 Pine St., 

San Francisco, Cal. (57). B C 
Gear, William C, Ph. D., 23 Hawthorne Ave., Akron, Ohio. (58). B C 
Geisler, Joseph F., New York Mercantile Exchange Buildings, corner 

Hudson and Harrison Sts., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Geisse, Wm. F. G., R. F. D. No. 2, Great Barrington, Mass (57). H I 
Geissler, Ludwig Reinhold, Ph. D., Instructor in Psychology, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (56). H 
*Genth, Frederick A., 222 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (32). 1900. CE 
*Genthe, Karl Wilhelm, Ph. D., Professor of Natural History, Trinity 

College, Hartford, Conn. (50). 1901. F L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Gentsch, Charles, M. D., 2826 Franklin Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). K 

*George, Russell D., Professor of Geology, University of Colorado, Boulder, 

Colo. (53). 1909. E 

Georgeson, Charles C, Professor of Agriculture, Sitka, Alaska. (60). 6 

Gephart, Frank, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, 111. 

(57). C 
Gerhard, William J., Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 111. 

(60). F 
Gerkensmeyer, H. H., 210 First Ave., Joliet, 111. (58). C 
*Germann, George B., Ph. D., Principal, Public School No. 130, Ocean 

Parkway and Fort Hamilton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (49). 1901. 

FHL 
Gerould, John Hiram, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Dartmouth 

College, Hanover, N. H. (58). F 
Gerrish, Frederic Henry, M. D., 675 Congress St., Portland, Me. (60). K 
*Getman, Frederick Hutton, Ph. D., Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

(45). 1909. B 
Geyer, William E., Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. 

(60). C 
Gibbons, Henry, Jr., M. D., 350 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). K 
Gibbs, George, C. E., 10 Bridge St., New York, N. Y. (57). B C D E 
Gibson, Arthur, M. E., P. O. Box 200, Nome, Alaska. (60). D 
Gibson, Robert Banks, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physiological 

Chemistry, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (58). K 
Giddings, Nahum James, West Virginia Experiment Station, Morgan- 
town, W. Va. (58). C G 
Gideon, Abraham, C. E., City Hall, Manila, P. I. (60). D 
Gierisch, Otto F., E. E., 515 W. iioth St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
*Gies, William J., M. D., Professor of Biological Chemistry, College of 

Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N. Y. (49). 1901. C K 
Giffard, Walter M., P. O. Box 308, Honolulu, Hawaii. (58). F 
Gifford, Harold, M. D., 567 Brandeis Block, Omaha, Nebr. (51). K 
Gilbert, Arthur Witter, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Plant Breeding, 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (58). G 
Gilbert, Edward Hooker, Ware, Mass. (60). 
♦Gilbert, Grove Karl, LL. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D. C. (18). 1874. E 
Gilbert, J. Allen, M. D., Ph. D., Dekum Building, Portland, Oregon. 

(61). K 
Gilbert, John Philo, 502 South Goodwin Ave., Urbana, 111. (60). F 
Gilbert, James Z., 3300 Griffin Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. (61). 
♦Gilbert, Xorman Everett, Professor of Physics, Dartmouth College, 

Hanover, N. H. (51). 1906. A B 
Gilbert, Oscar M., M. D., Boulder, Colo. (60). K 
Gilbert, Ralph D., Ph. D., 43 Chatham St., Boston, Mass. (58). C 



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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Gilbert, Walter M., Assistant Secretary, Carnegie Institution of Wash- 
ington, Washington, D. C. (54). L 
Gilbertson, Albert N., University of Colo., Boulder, Colo. (61). H 
Gilchrist, T. Caspar, Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md. (52). K 
*Gildersleeve, Nathaniel, M. D., Associate in Bacteriology, Department 

of Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (52). 

1906. C F G K 
Giles, Albert William, 97 Bartlett St., Rochester, N. Y. (60). E 
*Gill, Adam Capen, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mineralogy and Petrog- 
raphy, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (38). 1894. B E 
*Gill, Augustus Herman,^Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. (44). 1896. C 
Gill, Miss Laura Drake, 264 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. (58). 
*Gill, Theodore Nicholas, M. D., Professor of Zoology, George Washington 

University, Washington, D. C. (17). 1874. F K 
*Gillespie, William, Ph. D., 10 Nassau St., Princeton, N. J. (58). 1909. A 

Gillet, Harry Orrin, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (60). A 
*Gillett, Arthur Lincoln, Professor of Apologetics, Hartford Theological 

Seminary, Hartford, Conn. (54). 1906. 
Gillett, Henry W., 140 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Gillette, Arthur Alfred, M. D., 511 North Washington St., Rome, N. Y. 

(60). K 
♦Gillette, Clarence P., Professor of Zoology, Colorado Agricultural College, 

Fort Collins, Colo. (50). 1901. F 
Gilley, Frank Milton, 21 John St., Chelsea, Mass. (58). B C D K L 
Gillmore, Gertrude A., 596 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. (60). 
Gilmore, John Washington, President, The College of Hawaii, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (58). 
Girault, A. Arsene, Assistant in Entomology, University of Illinois, Ur- 

bana, 111. (57). F 
*Girty, George H., Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(48). 1903. E 
Girvin, John H., M. D., 3924 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Given, Arthur, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (57). CD 
Given, Guy C, State College, Pa. (60). C 

Gladding, Thomas S., 18 1 Front St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
Glaser, Charles, Analytical and Consulting Chemist, 22 South Gay St., 

Baltimore, Md. (49). C 
♦Glaser, Otto Charles, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, University 

of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). 1910. FG 
Glasgow, Frank A., M. D., Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Washington 

University, St. Louis, Mo. (53). K 
Glasgow, Hugh, Natural History Building, Urbana, 111. (61). 
Glasgow, Robert D., Natural History Building, Urbana, III. (61). 
Glassford, John, 38 Jefferson Ave., Jersey City, N. J. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Gleason, Henry Allan, Ph. D., Associate in Botany, University of Illinois, 

511 East Johns St., Champaign, 111. (50). 1909. 6 
Gleason, W. Stanton, M. D., 143 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. (50). F K 
Glenk, Robert, 730 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. (58). C 
*Glenn, Leonidas Chalmers, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Vanderbilt 

University, Nashville, Term. (50). 1903. E 
*Glenn, Oliver Edmunds, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1907. A 
Glenny, William H., 253 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. (25). 
Glessner, J. J., 1800 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Glover, Henry, 6445 EmlenSt., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. (60). C 

Gobeille, Joseph Leon, M. E., (60) . D 

Goddard, Henry Herbert, Ph. D., Vineland, N. J. (57). L 

Goddard, Martha Freeman, Morris High School Annex, 144th St. and 

Mott Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). F 
Godfrey, Almon Tanner, M. D., Hope College, Holland, Mich. (60). C K 
Godfrey, Chas. C, M. D., 753 Lafayette St., Bridgeport, Conn. (51). 

G K 
Godfrey, Henry T., M. D., Galena, ID. (58). K 

Goding, Frederic W., Ph. D., American Consulate, Montevideo, Uru- 
guay. (60). F 
Goebel, Julius, Ph. D., Professor of German, University of Illinois, Ur- 
bana, lU. (60). L 
*Goessmann, Charles Anthony, Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts 
Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. (18). 1875. C 
Goetze, Frederick Arthur, Dean, Schools of Mines, Engineering and 

Chemistry, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (57). C D 
Goldan, S. Ormond, M. D., 59 West 74th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Goldbach, Leo John, M.D.,2217 East Pratt St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Goldbaum, Jacob Samuel, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (60). C 
*Golden, Asher, 1779 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. BD 
Golden, Isaac J. K., M. D., 2238 West North Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Goldfarb, A. Julius, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. 

FK 
Goldman, Marcus Isaac, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(58). E 
Goldsborough, Francis C, M. D., 924 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
GoLDSBOROUGH, JoHN B\'RON, Crotou-ou-Hudson, N. Y. (57). 
*Goldschmidt, Samuel Anthony, Ph. D., 43 Sedgwick St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(24). 1880. C 
Goldsmith, Byron B., 19 East 74th St., New York, N. Y. (58). BCD 
♦Goldsmith, Edw., Ph. D., 658 North loth St., Philadelphia. Pa. (29). 
1892. BC 
Goldthwait, Joel E., M. D., 372 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Goldth\vait, James Walter, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology, 
Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. (58). 1908. E 

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MEMBERS AND FElvLOWS. 

♦Goldthwaite, Nellie Esther, Ph. D., University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

(47). 1910. C K 
Goltman, Max, M. D., 410 Union Ave., Memphis, Tenn. (60). K 
*Goniberg, Moses, Professor of Organic Chemistrj', Chemical Laboratory, 

University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Mich. (51). 1904. C 
*Gooch, Frank Austin, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. (25). 1880. C 
*Goodale, Prof. George Lincoln, Botanic Gardens, Cambridge, Mass. (18). 

1875. G 
Goodale, Hubert Dana, R. F. D. No. 29, Oakwood, Stamford, Conn. 

(57). F 
♦Goodale, Joseph Lincoln, M. D., 258 Beacon, St., Boston, Mass. (50). 

1906. F K 
Goodale, Stephen Lincoln, Asst. Professor of Mining and Metallurgy, 

University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (61). D 
*Goode, John Paul, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geography, University 

of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (52). 1905. E H I L 
Goodell, F. E., North High School, Des Moines, Iowa. (60). 
Goodenow, Miss Valeria Stone, 3100 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 

FG 
Goodman, Abraham Lincoln, M. D., 263 West 113th St., New York, N. Y. 

(56). HIK 
Goodman, Henry M., M. D., 721 3d Ave., Louisville, Ky. (60). K 
Goodno^ Henry R., 98 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. (32). B C 
Goodrich, Julia Irene, Secretary, Station for Experimental Evolution, 

Cold Spring Harbor, L. L, N. Y. (60). F 
*Goodspeed, Arthur Willis, Ph. D., Laboratory of Physics, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (47). 1898. B 
*Goodwin, Harry M., Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute 

of Technology, Boston, Mass. (47). 1901. B 
Goodwin, Rev. James, 76 Garden St., Hartford, Conn. (52). I 
Goodwin, Dr. William L., School of Mining, Kingston, Ont., Can. (60). C 
Goodwin, W. Nelson, Jr., 70 Sanford St., East Orange, N. J. (58). B D 
*Goodyear, William Henry, Museum of Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 

Sciences, Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). 1902. H 
Gordin, Prof. Harry Mann, Northwestern University School of Pharmacy, 

13 East Chestnut St., Chicago, 111. (56). C 
Gordon, A. T., Mount Iron, Minn. (60). C 
♦Gordon, Charles Henry, Ph. D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 

(52). 1905. E 
Gordon, Clarence E., Assistant Professor of Zoology and Geology, Massa- 
chusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. (57). E F 
♦Gordon, C. McCheyne, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Lafayette College, 

Easton, Pa. (48). 1906. ABC 
Gordon, Fred. W., M. E., Clardon, Orchard Lane, Ft. Washington, 

Philadelphia, Pa. (58). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Gordon, Gustavus Ede, Scientific Director, Walker -Gordon Laboratory 

Co., Chevy Chase, Md. (50). F 
Gordon, Reginald, Newburgh, N. Y. (50). 
*Gorham, Frederic P., Associate Professor of Biology, Brown University, 

Providence, R. I. (53). 1906. F K 
Gorter, Nathan R., i West Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Gorton, Frederick R., Ph. D., Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, 

Mich. (58). B 
Goss, Willard L., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(57)- G 
*Goss, Prof. Wm. Freeman Myrick, Dean of College of Engineering, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (39). 1896. D 
*Gossard, Harry Arthur, Professor of Entomology, Ohio Agricultural 

Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio. (50). 1906. F 
*Gottschalk, Victor Hugo, Professor of Chemistry, Missouri School of 
Mines, Rolla, Mo. (54). 1909. C 
Goucher, John Franklin, M. D., LL. D., President, Woman's College, 
Baltimore, Md. (50). 
*Gould, Charles Newton, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of 

Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. (53). 1907. E 
*Gould, George Milbry, M. D., "The Sentinels," Cayuga Heights, Ithaca, 
N. Y. (51). 1902. HK 
Gould, H. P., 114 W St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). G 
Gouldy, Miss Jennie A., 169 Montgomery St., Newburgh, N. Y. (50). I 
*Grabau, Amadeus W., Professor of Palaeontology, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. (54). 1905. E 
Graber, Myron Earle, 122 Circular St., Tiffin, Ohio. (58). A B D 
Graef, Edward L., 58 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (28). F 
Graff, M. Brayton, care The Proctor & Gamble Co., Ivorydale, Ohio. 

(58). C 

Graff, Paul Weidemyer, Ph. D., Kansas State Agricultural College, Man- 
hattan, Kans. (60). F 
Graham, Douglas, M. D., 74 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. (51). K 
Graham, James Chandler, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. (50). 

CEL 
*Graham, John Young, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, University of Ala- 
bama, University, Ala. (54). 1909. FG 
*Graham, Wm. Joseph, Northwestern National Life Insurance Co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. (54). 1907. A I 
Graham, William P., Professor of Electrical Engineering, Syracuse 

University, Syracuse, N. Y. (60). D 
Graham-Maingot, Ferdinand Joseph, 23 St. Vincent St., Port of Spain, 

Trinidad, B. W. I. (57). 
♦Grant, Ulysses Sherman, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Northwestern 
University, Evanston, 111. (50). 1902. E 
Grant, William V., M. D., 443 Broadway, Lawrence, Mass. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Grant, Willis Howard, 148 West 132nd St., New York, N. Y. (50). C G 
♦Granville, William Anthony, Ph. D., Instructor in Mathematics, Yale 
University, New Haven, Conn. (50). 1906. A 

Grasby, William Catton, care Western Mail, Perth, West Australia. 
(58). F 
*Gratacap, L. P., 77th St. and 8th Ave., New York, N. Y. (27). 1884. 

CEF 
♦Grave, Caswell, Associate Professor of Zoology, Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Md. (54). 1909. F 

Graves, Charles B., M. D., 66 Franklin St., New London, Conn. (60). K 

Graves, Frank P., 1623 First National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 

Graves, W. B., Andover, Mass. (54). 

Graves, William B., "Rosewell," Pikesville, Md. (60). 

Graves, William W., M. D., 5136 Morgan St., St. Louis, Mo. (58). H K L 

Gray, Frank Pierce, M. D., 2401 Buchanan St., San Francisco, Cal. 
(60). K 

Gray, Mrs. Horace, 79 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Gray, Miss Isa E., 5 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Gray, John H., Jr., 2040 Lake St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). C 

Gray, R. S., 1921 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, Cal. (58). G 
♦Gray, Thomas Tarvin, Chemist, Tidewater Oil Co., Bayonne, N. J. (57). 
1910. C 

Graybill, Harry W., Bureau of Animal Industry, U. S. Dept. of Agricul- 
ture, Washington, D. C. (58). F 

Graydon, Thomas J., 603 Masonic Temple, Chicago, 111. (58). 

Greeder, Herman, Plattsmouth, Nebraska. (60). C 

Greeff, Ernest F., 112 Spring St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

Greeff, J. G. Wm., M. D., 24 West 91st St., New York, N. Y. (57). K L 
♦Green, Arthur Lawrence, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. {:i3). 

1888. C 
♦Green, Bernard Richardson, C. E., Superintendent, Buildings and Grounds, 
Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. (51). 1903- BD 

Green, Edgar Moore, M. D., 222 Spring Garden St., Easton, Pa. (36). 
CGK 

Green, James Arleigh, C. E., 226 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (58). D 

Green, Jerome J., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, Univer- 
sity of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. (54). B D 

Green, Milbrey, M. D., 567 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. (29). H K 

Green, Sarah Letty, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pa. (58). ABC 

Green, William F., University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (61). C E 
♦Greene, Arthur Maurice, Jr., 20 Hawthorne Ave., Troy, N. Y. (54). 

1905. D 
♦Greene, Chas. Lyman, M. D., 150 LowTy Arcade, St. Paul, Minn. (51). 

1909. K 
♦Greene, Charles Wilson, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology and Pharma- 
cology, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (50). 1901. F K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Greene, Frank Cook, 317 Bank St., New Albany, Ind. (61). E 
Greene, George Kennaid, 127 West Market St., New Albany, Ind. (38). 

E 
Greene, Levi R., M. E., 132 Federal St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Greene, Wm. H., N. E. cor. Arch and i6tli Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
Greenfield, B. Spencer, 17 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, Mass. (61). D H 
Greenman, Edwin G., M. E., 1764 Fairmount Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(60). D 
*Greenman, Jesse More, 5731 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. (47). 1899. G 
Greenman, Milton J., M. D., Director, Wistar Institute of Anatomy, 

Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Greenough, Chas., 12 West 44th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Greenough, John, 59 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Greenway, James C, M. D., Greenwich, Conn. (53). C K 
*Greenwood, George William, Dunbar, Pa. (54). 1906. A 
Greer, Hon. Henry Harrison, Mt. Vernon, Ohio. (56). I 
Greer, James Richard, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (57). K 
Greeson, W. A., City Hall, Grand Rapids, Mich. (58). 
Gregg, Frank C, M. D., Manor, Texas. (60). K 
Gregg, William Henry, M. D., 135 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(49). CF 
*Gregory, Emily Ray, Ph. D., American College for Girls, Constantinople, 

Turkey. (50). 1901. F G 
♦Gregory, Herbert E., Professor of Geology, Yale University, New Haven, 

Conn. (50). 1902. E 
Gregory, Minas S., M. D., Bellevue Hospital, New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Gregory, Wm. K., 2313 Loring Place, University Heights, New York, 

N. Y. (57). F 
Gregory, William M., 105 Burton Ave., Station H, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). A G 
Greiner, B. H., Culver Military Academy, Culver, Ind. (60). A 
Greit, Adolph J., E. M., 27 William St., New York, N. Y. (58). 
Gribbel, John, 1513 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
Griffin, Dan Baker, Winooski, Vt. (60). F 
*Griffin, Frank Loxley, Ph. D., Asst. Professor of Mathematics, Williams 

College, Williamstown, Mass. (60). 19 10. A 
♦Griffin, John Joseph, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Catholic University 

of America, Washington, D. C. (54). 1910. C 
Griffith, Benjamin A., M. D., Swan Creek, 111. (60). K 
Griffith, Herbert E., 1527 North Cherry St., Galesburg, 111. (60). C 
♦Griffiths, David, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (49). 1903. 6 
♦Griggs, Robert F., Assistant Professor of Botany, Ohio State University, 

Columbus, Ohio. (52). 1909. G 
Grimm, Carl Robert, Bridge and Structural Engineer, Standish Arms, 

167 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. (51). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Grimsley, George Perry, Ph. D., Martinsburg, W. Va. (51). 1905. E 
*Grindley, Dr. Harry Sands, Professor of Animal Chemistry, University 

of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (46). 1898. C 
*Grinnell, George Bird, Ph. D., 127 Franklin St., New York, N. Y. (25). 
1885. H 
Grirmell, Joseph, Curator, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University 

of California, Berkeley, Cal. (61). F G H 
Griscom, Clement A., Jr., 21 Washington Square, N., New York, N. Y. 

(57). 
Griswold, Clifford S., Head, Department of Physics, Groton School, 

Groton, Mass. (50). B 
Griswold, Harry Todd, C. E., 2610 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). D 
*Griswold, Leon Stacy, Assistant Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, 

School of Mines and Metallurgy, Universitj' of Missouri, Rolla, Mo. 

(38). 1893. E 
*Groat, Benjamin Feland, Professor of Mechanics and Mathematics, 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (51). 1904. A BCD 
Groat, William Avery, M. D., 505 South Warren St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Groom, Wallace P., Academy of Music Building, Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). 

BCD I 
Gross, Abraham, 5125 Liberty Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (58). C 
Gross, Cheney C, M. D., 416 Walnut St., Yankton, S. D. (58). K 
Gross, Julius H., M. D., Glendale Heights, Kirkwood, Mo. (60). K 
Grossart, Lewis J. H., C. E., 423 Commonwealth Building, Allentown, 

Pa. (60). D 
Grossman, Edward L., M. D., Supt., Iron Springs Sanatorimn, Steila- 

coom. Wash. (53). K 
*Grosvenor, Gilbert H., Editor, National Geographic Magazine, Hubbard 

Memorial Hall, Washington, D. C. (48). 1906. E H 
Groszmann, Dr. Maximilian P. E., Director, Groszmann School, Johnston's 

Drive, Plainfield, N. J. (52). K 
*Grout, Abel Joel, Ph. D., New Dorp, S. I., N. Y. (47). 1899. G L 
Grout, Frank F., 1202 7th St., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). C 
Grout, Prof. George P., Instructor in Dairy Husbandry, Minnesota Ex- 

prriment Station, St. Anthony Park, Minn. (58). 
Grove, Benjamin H., M. D., 334 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. (60). K 
*Grove, Charles Clayton, Ph. D., Instructor in Mathematics, Columbia 

College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (58). 1909. A 
*Grover, Frederick Orville, Professor of Botany, Oberlin College, Oberlin, 

Ohio. (50). 1906. G 
Grower, Geo. G., 48 Cottage Ave., Ansonia, Conn. (43). B D 
Gruenberg, Benjamin C, Commercial High School, Albany Ave. and 

Bergen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (52). F G L 
*Gruener, Hippolyte, Professor of Chemistry, Adelbert College, Cleveland, 

Ohio. (44)- 1898. C 
Grugan, F. Justice, 607 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). D E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Gucker, Frank T., 3420 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
*Gudeman, Edward, Ph. D., 903 Postal Telegraph Building, Chicago, 111. 
(57). 1909. CDK 
Gudger, Eugene Willis, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, State Normal and 
Industrial College, Greensboro, N. C. (60). F 
*Guenther, A. E., Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. (57). 1909. K 
Guggenheim, Wm., 500 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). D 
Guiher, Horace B., M. D., Smithfield, Pa. (60). K 

Guinzburg, Richard A. 234 Central Park, West, New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Gulick, Addison, i Schiltigleimer Place, Strasburg, Germany. (58). 
Gulick, Louise, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. (61). F 
*Gulick, Luther Halsey, M. D., Secretary, Physical Training Department, 

National Y. M. C. A., New York, N. Y. (52). 1909. K L 
*Gulliver, Frederic Putnam, Ph. D., 30 Huntington Lane, Norwich, Conn. 

(40). 1900. E L 
*Gummere, Henry Volkmar, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 

1906. A B 
Gundry, Lewis H., M. D., Relay Station, Md. (60). K 
Gunn, Selskar Michael, 227 Main St., Orange, N. J. (58). I K 
*Gunther, Chas. Otto, M. E., Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics, 
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. (57). 1909. 
ABDL 
Gunthorp, Horace, Professor of Biology, Southwestern College, Winfield, 

Kansas. (61). F 
Gurgenianz, Dr. Gregor, Analytical Chemist, Oilport, Cal. (58). C 
Gurney, C. H., M. D., Rossville, Ga. (60). K 
Gurney, Lawrence Emery, Ph. D., University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. 

(58). B 
Giissow, H. T., Botanist, Central Experiment Farm, Ottawa, Canada. 

(60). G 
Gustafson, Carl F., 4412 Scarritt Ave., Kansas City, Mo. (58). C 
♦Guthe, Karl Eugen, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. (45). 1897. B 
*Guthrie, Chas. Claude, M. D., Professor of Physiology, University of 
Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). 1909. K 
Guthrie, David Vance, Ph. D., Instructor in Physics, University of 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (60). B 
Guthrie, Rev. Donald, 808 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Guthrie, Joseph Edward, Instructor in Zoology, Iowa State College, 

Ames, Iowa. (52). F 
Guthrie, William Alvis, M. D., Southern Kentucky vSanatorium, Frank- 
lin, Ky. (51). K 
*Guttman, Leo Frank, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, School of 

Mining, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. (58). 1910. C 
*Guyer, Michael Frederic, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of 
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (52). 1905. FK 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Gwathmey, James Tayloe, M. D., 124 East i6th St., New York, N. Y. 

$1 (60). K 
Hachtel, F. W., M. D., 122 West Lafayette Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Hackett, Wm. H., E. M., 607 North Pearl St., Joplin, Mo. (58). D 
Haddock, Isaac T., Cambridge Gas Light Co., Cambridge, Mass. (60). C 
Hadley, Artemus N., Box 313, Indianapolis, Ind. (51). D 
*Hadley, Philip B., Ph. D., Chief, Division of Biology, Rhode Island Agri- 
cultural Experiment Station, Kingston, R. I. (58). 1910. F 
*Hadley, Stephen Marshall, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astron- 
omy, Penn College, Oskaloosa, Iowa. (54). 1906. A 
Haecker, Theophilus L., Professor of Diary Husbandry, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). I 
Hafer, George, Jr., E. E., Lenox Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. (60). D 
Hagar, Stansbury, 48 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (43). 1899. H 
Hagenow, Charles F., Instructor in Mathematics, Armour Institute, 

Chicago, III. (58). A B 
Hager, Daniel S., M. D., 181 West Madison St., Chicago, 111. (58). H K 
*Hague, Dr. Arnold, U. S. Geological Survey, AVashington, D. C. (26). 

1879. E 
Hague, Wm., 22 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). D E 
Hagy, Claude B., Instructor in Physics and Chemistry, Central High 

School, Philadelphia, Pa. (57). BC 
Hahn, Clarence Wilson, 601 West i82d St., New York, N. Y. (57). F K L 
Hahn, Walter Louis, Ph. D., Fur-seal Service, U. S. Bureau of Fisheries, 

Washington, D. C. (57). F 
Hailmann, W. N., 1922 W. 99th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (61). 
Hailman, James D., C. E., 310 South Lang Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (51). 

BH 
Haimbach, Frank, 150 Sumac St., Wissahickon, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 

F 
Haines, George Clark, Durand, 111. (58). FG 
Haines, George M., M. D., Durand, 111. (60). K 
*Haines, Thomas Harvey, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio. (52). 1905. H K L 
Haines, Walter S., Rush Medical College, Chicago, 111. (58). C 
Halberstadt, Baird, Pottsville, Pa. (60). E 
*Hale, Albert C, Ph. D., 487 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (29). 1886. 

BC 
Hale, Clarence Frederick, 217 Mitchell St., Ithaca, N. Y. (60). C 
Hale, George David, 1059 Lake Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (41). 
*Hale, George Ellery, Observatory Office, Pasadena, Cal. (37). 1891. 

AB 
Hale, Henry Warren Kilburn, 15 10 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(54). ABD 
Hale, William Gardner, 5749 Kimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. (61). L 
*Hale, William H., Ph. D., Superintendent, Public Baths, 40 First Place, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. (19). 1874. ABCEFHI 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Hale, Wm. J., Ph. D., Instructor in Chemistry, University of Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich, (54). 1910. C 
*Hall, Arthur Graham, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (60). 1910. A 
*Hall, Asaph, U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C. (38). 1890. A 
*Hall, Charles M., Vice-President, Pittsburg Reduction Co., Niagara Falls, 

N. Y. (50). 1904. C 
*Hall, Prof. Christopher Webber, Dean, College of Engineering, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (28). 1883. DE 
*Hall, Edwin Herbert, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Harvard University, 

Cambridge, Mass. (29). i88i. B 
*Hall, Elmer Edgar, Ph. D., 1501 Le Roy Ave., Berkeley, Cal. (58). 

1910. B 
Hall, Fred J., 4 Benedict Ave., Tarrytown, N. Y. (58). 
Hall, Gaylord C, 622 West 137th St., New York, N. Y. (57). D 
Hall, H. Porter, M. D., Leominster, Mass. (60). K 
*Hall, James Pierre, New York Tribune, New York, N. Y. (40). 1906. 
ABD 
Hall, Joseph Underwood, M. D., 216 Autumn St., San Josd, Cal. (51). K 
Hall, Louis Wells, C. E., U. S. Reclamation Service, Hazen, Nevada. 
(60). D 
*Hall, Lyman Beecher, Ph. D., Haverford College, Haverford, Pa. (31). 

1884. C 
*Hall, Robert William, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Lehigh University, 
South Bethlehem, Pa. (50). 1905. F 
Hall, Roy D., Ph. D., 35 Franklin Ave., East Orange, N. J. (58). C 
Hall, Sidney Storrs, M. D., 424 Woodside Ave., Ripon, Wis. (60). K 
*Hall, Thomas Cuming, D. D., Professor of Theology, Union Theological 
Seminary, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. I 
Hall, Thomas R. A., 39 East 42nd St., New York, N. Y, (57). 
*Hall, WillamBonnell,M. D., Benton, Ala. (51). 1909. K 
*Hall, William Shafer, Professor of Mining and Graphics, Lafayette College, 

Easton, Pa. (50). 1906. AD 
*Hall, Wm. T., Instructor in Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, Boston, Mass. (57). 19 10. C 
Hall, William T., M. D., 401 Lock St., Tarentum, Pa. (60). K 
*Hall, Winfield Scott, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, Northwestern 
University Medical School, Chicago, 111. (52). 1907. H K L 
Hallack, H. Tuthill, M. D,, 4801 West 38th Ave., Denver, Colo. (51). K 
Hallberg, Carl Svante Nicanor, Professor of Pharmacy, University of 
Illinois School of Pharmacy, 74 East 12th St., Chicago, 111. (60). EK 
*Hallock, Albert P., Ph. D., 440 First Ave., New York, N. Y. (31). 
1896. C 
Hallock, Frank Kirkwood, M. D., Cromwell Hall, Cromwell, Conn. (50). 
HK 
*Hallock, William, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. (40). 1893. BE 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Hallowell, Susan Maria, Professor of Botany, Wellesley College, Wellesley, 
Mass. (33). 1890. G 
Halsey,RobertHurtin,M.D., ii8West58thSt.,NewYork,N.Y. (56). K 
Halstead, Ernest W., Las Polacios, Province Pinar del Rio, Cuba. (54). 

EFG 
Halsted, Arthur, E. E., 60 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
*Halsted, Byron D., Professor of Botany and Horticulture, Rutgers Col- 
lege, New Brunswick, N. J. (29). 1883. G 
*Halsted, George Bruce, Ph. D., Box 68, Greeley, Colo. (43). 1896. A 
*Halsted, William Stewart, M. D., 1201 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. (50). 

1903. I K L 
Ham, Miss Clara Eleanor, Instructor in Biology, Middleboro, Mass. 

(53). F 
*Hamaker, John Irvin, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Randolph-Macon 

Woman's College, College Park, Va. (50). 1901. F 
Hamann, Carl A., M. D., 416 Osborn Building, Cleveland, Ohio. (58). K 
Hambleton, Francis H., 912 North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. (60). D 
Hambleton, James Chase, Head, Department of Science, East High School, 

Columbus, Ohio. (58). F 
Hamburger, Louis P., M. D., 1207 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Hamerschlog, Arthur A., Director, Carnegie Technical Schools, Schen- 

ley Park, Pittsburg, Pa. (57). D 
Hamilton, Francis Marion, Ph. D., New York Training School for Teachers, 

NewYork, N. Y. (58). HL 
Hamilton, George A., E. E., 532 Morris Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. (60). D 
Hamilton, S. Harbert, 4806 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 

CEH 
Hamilton, Walter R., E. M., 423 Wells Fargo Building, San Francisco, 

Cal. (60). D 
Hamlin, George Herbert, C. E., Orono, Me. (60). D 
Hamlin, Wilber Grafton, M. D., 163 State St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Hamman, Louis, M. D., 21 West Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Hammar, Alfred G., Bureau of Entornology, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
*Hammer, William Joseph, 153 West 46th St., New York, N. Y. (52). 

1906. B D 
Hammerschlag, Henry A., 38 Breintnall Place, Newark, N. J. (60). C 
Hammond, George T., C. E., 156 Berkeley Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Hammond, Howard Spurr, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 

(58). G 
*Hammond, John Hays, 71 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (.so). 1901. 

DE I L 
Hammond, Mrs. John Hays, 320 Madison Ave., Lakewood, N. J. (50). H 
Hamner, Nicholas C, College Station, Tex. (60). C 
Hampton, H. H., Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Md. (60). C 
*Hanaman, C. E., Troy, N. Y. (19). 1883. F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hanawalt, Geo. P., M. D., Masonic Temple, Des Moines, Iowa. (58). K 
Hance, Anthony M., 2217 DeLancey Place, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 

CDG 
Hancock, H. Irving, Ferguson-Hancock Laboratories, Blue Point, L. I., 

N. Y. (56). CK 
*Hancock, Harris, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University of Cin- 
cinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (54). 1906. A 
Hancock, James Cole, M. D., 135 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(51). K 
Hancock, John A., Box 563, Mankato, Minn. (61). 

Hancock, Joseph Lane, M. D., 3757 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Hancock, L. M., E. E., Box 235, Fortuna, Cal. (60). D 
Hancock, William James, care Rev. Elliston Perot, Montrose, Pa. (60). L 
Hancock, William Jerome, Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(58). C 
Hanes, Granville S., M. D., Masonic Temple, Louisville, Ky. (60). K 
Hanford, G. A., 131 Coolidge Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. (60). C 
Hanger, G. Wallace W., Ph. D., Chief Clerk, U. S. Bureau of Labor, 

Washington, D. C. (54). H I L 
Hankinson, Thomas Leroy, Assistant in Biology, State Normal School, 

Charleston, 111. (53). FL 
Hanks, Marshall W., 300 Fulton St., De Pere, Wis. (54). BCD 
*Hanna, Ulysses Sherman, Professor of Mathematics, 828 Atvvater Ave., 

Bloomington, Ind. (58). 1909. A 
Hansen, Mrs. Hermine Z., Glencoe Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio. (57). FG 
Hansen, Rev. James, St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn. (58). 

FG 
Hansen, Niels Ebbesen, Professor of Horticulture, South Dakota State 

College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Brookings, S. D. (58). G 
Hanson, Rev. F. v., 556 East 2nd St., Jamestown, N. Y. (61). G 
Hanson, H. H., Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono, Me. 

(58). C 
Hanson, Hans Olaf, Bayshore Terrace, East Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. (56). 
*Hanus, Paul Henry, LL. D., Professor of Education, Harvard University, 

Cambridge, Mass. (60). 19 10. L 
Harcourt, Robert, Professor of Chemistry, Ontario Agricultural College, 

Guelph, Ontario, Canada. (58). C 
Hardenbergh, Henry, Horse Head Inn, Palmerton, Pa. (58). C 
Harder, E. C, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60). E 
*Harding, Everhart Percy, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (50). 1901. C 
*Harding, Harry Alexis, New York Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Geneva, N. Y. (48). 1906. G K 
Hardy, Edward R., 419 W^est ii8th St., New York, N. Y. (60). 
*Hargitt, Charles Wesley, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Syracuse Univer- 
sity, Syracuse, N. Y. (38). 1 89 1. FKL 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hargitt, George Thomas, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, Northwestern 

University, Evanston, 111. (58). F 
Hargrove, Julian Otho, 1603 O St. N. \V., Washington, D. C. (58). C D E 
Harkins, William Draper, 521 East Pine St., Missoula, Mont. (60). C 
Harlow, Commander C. H., U. S. X., care Postmaster, New York, N. Y. 

(60). 
Harlow, George A., M. D., 21 Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). K 
Harlow, William Page, M. D., Boulder, Colo. (60). K 
Hanhan, Mary Theresa, Instructor in Zoology, Permsylvania State College, 

State College, Pa. (60). F 
Harmon, Charles Sumner, ist National Bank Building, Chicago, III. (60). 
Harmon, Herbert W., 418 Poplar St., Grove City, Pa. (52). B 
Harmon, Judson B., E. E., Diamond Ave., Woodhaven, Long Island, 

N. Y. (60). D 
Harned, Robey Wentworth, Agricultural College, Miss. (58). F 
Harnly, Henry Jacob, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, McPherson College, 

McPherson, Kans. (50). FG 
Harper, Eugene Howard, 1105 Grant St., Evanston, 111. (60). K 
*Harper, Henry Winston, M. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of 
Texas, Austin, Tex. (45). 1899. C K 
Harper, James, Jr., 127 East 28th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Harper, John L., C. E., Niagara Falls, N. Y. (60). D 
Harper, Joseph Nelson, Professor of Agriculture, Clemson Agricultural 
College, Clemson College, S. C. (58). G 
*Harper, Robert Aimer, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of Wis- 
consin, Madison, Wis. (54). 1906. G 
Harper, Robert Brinton, 5534 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
Harper, Robert Henry, M. D., Afton, Okla. (50). FHK 
*Harper, Roland McMillan, Ph. D., 557 First Ave., College Point, N. Y. 
(55). 1909. E G 
Harpham, Edwin L., 931 Maple Ave., Evanston, 111. (58). 
Harrah, C. J., P. O. Box 1606, Philadelphia, Pa. (48). H 
Harrington, Elmer A., Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. (61). B 
Harrington, John Lyle, 2458 Forest Ave., Kansas City, Mo. (58). D 
Harriot, Caroline, Court Inn, Camden, S. C. (58). 
*Harris, Abram Winegardner, LL. D., President, Northwestern Univer- 
sity, Evanston, 111. (40). 1895. C 

Harris, Frederick S., (50). E 

Harris, Professor Gilbert Dennison, Ithaca, N. Y. (58). E 
*Harris, J. Ca.mpbell, 119 South i6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 

1907. F 
*Harris, James Arthur, Ph. D., Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold 

Spring Harbor, L. I., N. Y. (52). 1907. FG 
♦Harris, Norman MacLeod, Assistant Professor of Bacteriology, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (54). 1906. K 
Harris, N. W., 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. (58). 

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MEMBERS A^fD FELLOWS. 

Harris, Robert Wayne, M. D., 621 Vincennes St., New Albany, Ind. 

(51). K 
♦Harris, Rollin Arthur, Ph. D., U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (47). 1899. ABE 
Harris, Turner M., 11 18 Main St., Danville, Va. (61). 
♦Harris, Uriah Rose, Rear-Admiral, U. S. N., Navy Yard, Philadelphia, 
Pa. (34). 1886. A 
Harris, William Denny, 361 1 Sansom St.. Philadelphia, Pa. (54). BCD 
♦Harrison, John Burchmore, Director, Government Laboratory, George- 
town, British Guiana. (58). 1910. C E 
*Harrison, Ross Granville, Ph. D., Professor of Comparative Anatomy, 
Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (54). 1906. F K 
Harrod, Benjamin Morgan, C. E., 1637 Foucher St., New Orleans, La. 

(60). D 
Harrold, Charles C, M. D., 461 Cherry St., Macon, Ga. (60). K 
Harsh, S. A., P. O. Box 910, Denver, Colo. (60). C 
Harsha, William M., M. D., 4201 Grand Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (60). K 
♦Harshberger, John W., Assistant Professor of Botany, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (.54). 1906. G 
*Hart, Charles Arthur, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (51). 1906. 

E F 
*Hart, Rdw., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Lafayette College, Easton, 

Pa. {3i). 1885. C 
*Hart, Edwin B., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, l^niversity of 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58). 19 10. C K 
Hart, George H., 149 East 39th St., New York, N. Y. (58). 
*Hart, James Norris, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, University 
of Maine, Orono, Me. (51). 1906. AL 
Hart, Rev. Samuel, Dean, Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown, Conn. 

(22). A 
Hart, W. O., 134 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. (58). 
Hart, W. R., Amherst, Mass. (61). L 
Harter, Leonard L., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (55). G 
Hartley, Carl P., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(57). G 

Hartley, Chas. P., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (51). G 

Hartley, Frank, Principal, Allegany County Academy, Cumberland, 
Md. (51). EG 

Hartline, Daniel S., State Normal School, Bloomsburg, Pa. (54). F G 

Hartman, Miss F. T., care State Entomologist, Geological Hall, Albany, 

N. Y. (58). F 
*Hartman, Leon Wilson, Ph. D., 34 West 9th St., Reno, Nevada. (58). 
1910. B 

Hartmann, Francis M., Professor of Physics, Cooper Union, New York, 
N. Y. (56). BD 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS 

Hartmann-Kempf, Robert E., Ph. D., care Hartmann & Braun, Frank- 

fort-on-Main, Germany. (54). B D 
Hartnagle, Chris. A., State Museum, Albany, N. Y. (61). E 
Hartness, James, President, Jones & Lamson Machine Co., Springfield, 

Vt. (51). D 
Hartwell, Burt Laws, Ph. D., Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Kingston, R. I. (55). C G 
Hartwell, George Wilber, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn. (58). A 
•*Hartwell, John A., M. D., 50 East 53d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1908. K 
Hartz, Henry J., M. D., 27 Adams Ave. East, Detroit, Mich. (58). K 
Hartz, J. D. Aug., 315 13th St., College Point, N. Y. (43). C E G 
Hartzell, Frederick Z., Chautauqua Exper. Vineyard, Fredonia, N. Y. 

(58). FG 
Hartzell, Joseph Culver, Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Chemistry, 

University of the Pacific, San Jose, Cal. (49). E 
Hartzell, Mabel A., Sinton, Tex. (58). C 
Harvey, Basil C. H., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). F K 
Harvey, E. Newton, 236 West Horter St., Germantown, Pa. (58). K 
Harvey, Le Roy Harris, State Normal School, Kalamazoo, Mich. (54). 6 
Harvey, Nathan Albert, Ph. D., 223 Summit St., Ypsilanti, Mich. (52). L 
Harvey, Ruth Sawyer, Ph. D., 1623 Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). E 
Harvey, Wm. Stocker, 119 South 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (47). 
Haseman, Charles, Ph. D., Reno, Nev. (58). A B D 
Haseman, Leonard, Assistant in Entomology, Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y. (60). F 
*Haskell, Eugene Elwin, Director, College of Civil Engineering, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (39). 1896. ABD 
♦Haskell, Mellen Woodman, Professor of Mathematics, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. (54). 1906. A L 
*Haskins, Charles Nelson, 46 South Main St., Hanover, N. H. (60). 

1910. A 
Haskins, Henri D., Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Amherst, Mass. (60). C 
Haslam, George James, M. D., 77 West 6th St., Fremont, Nebr. (54). K 
Hasselbring, Heinrich, Ph. D., U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (61). G 
Hasslacher, Jacob, 100 William St., New York, N. Y. (50). C 
♦Hastings, Charles Sheldon, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Sheffield 

Scientific School, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (25). 1878. B 
♦Hastings, Edwin George, Associate Professor of Bacteriology, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (50). 1910. CK 
♦Hastings, Thomas Wood, M. D., 43 East 58th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57)- 1909- K L 
Hastings, William Walter, Ph. D., 23 Jackson St., Springfield, Mass. 

(54). HK 

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MEMBERS AND FELLrOWS. 

Hately, John C, Chicago Beach Hotel, Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Hathaway, Arthur Stafford, Professor of Mathematics, Rose Polytechnic 
Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. (58). 1908. A B C D 

Hathaway, Horatio, Jr., Dedham, Mass. (60). 

Hatt, Wm. Kendrick, Ph. D., Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue 

University, Lafayette, Ind. (57). D 
*Haupt, Professor Lewis Muhlenburg, C. E-, 107 North 35th St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (51). 1903. D 

Haupt, Louis, M. D., 232 East 19th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 

Havemeyer, W. F., 32 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (50). 

Haven, William Ingraham, D. D., 25 Fernwood Road, Summit, N. J. 
(58). EH IK 

Havenhill, L. D., Lawrence, Kans. (60). C 

Havens, Verne LeRoy, C. E., 4a Puento de Alvarado No. 92, Mexico, 
D. F., Mexico. (60). D 

Hawes, Joseph H., 40 Fairmount St., Dorchester Center, Mass. (58). 

BD 
*Hawk, Philip Bovier, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry, 
University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). 1910. C K 

Hawkes, Forbes, M. D., 42 East 26th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 

Hawkesworth, Rev. Alan Spencer, R. S. A., Professor of Higher Mathe- 
matics, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). A 

Hawkins, John Dawson, Colorado Springs, Colo. (50). C D 

Hawkins, Layton S., Cortland Normal School, Cortland, N. Y. (57). G L 

Hawkins, Lon A., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). G 
*Haworth, Erasmus, Professor of Geology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, 
Kans. (58). 1910. E 

Hawxhurst, Robert, Jr., C. E., General Manager, Poderosa Mining Co., 
Antofagasta, Chile, S. A. (53). D 
*Hay, Oliver Perry, Ph. D., 1307 Riggs St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(49). 1901. E F 
*Hay, Prof. William P., Business High School, Washington, D. C. (49). 
1907. F 

Hayden, Horace Edwin, Jr., 41 West Lawn, University, Va. (58). F G 

Hayden, Wm. B., Catskill, N. Y. (57). 

Hayes, Rev. Chas. H., Chelsea Square, New York, N. Y. (60). H 
*Hayes, Charles Willard, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(51). 1905. E 
*Hayes, Ellen, Professor of Astronomy, Wellesley College, Wellesley, 
Mass. (52). 1905. A 

Hayes, F. Eugene, Jr., C. E. 1504 South First St., Louisville, Ky. (60). 
D 

Hayes, George Samuel, C. E., 1123 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). D 

Hayes, George Washington, C. E., Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania 
Chautauqua, Lebanon, Pa. (51). B C D E 

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MBMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hayes, Henry Wilde, C. E., 24 Gray St., Arlington, Mass. (60). D 

Hayes, Herbert Kendall, Bussey Institution, Forest Hills, Boston, Mass. 
(61). G 

Hayes, Joel Addison, 832 Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. (51). 
*Hayford, John Fillmore, C. E., Director, College of Engineering, North- 
western University, Evanston, 111. (46). 1898. A B D 

Hayhurst, Paul, College of Agriculture, Fayetteville, Ark. (58). F 
*Haynes, Arthur Edwin, Professor of Engineering Mathematics, University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (45). 1909. A D L 

Haynes, Eli Stuart, Laws Observatory, University of Missouri, Columbia, 
Mo. (,bo). A 
♦Haynes, Prof. Henry Williamson, 239 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (28). 
1884. H 

Haynes, Miss Julia Anna, State Normal School, Hyannis, Mass. (47) 
FGK 

Haynes, Winthrop Perrin, 74 Beacon St., Hyde Park, Mass. (60). 

Hays, B. Frank, Secretary, Eraser Tablet Co., 150 Bay 32d St., Benson- 
hurst, N. Y. (49). 

Hays, John Coffee, E. E., Visalia, Cal. (58). D 

*Hays, Hon. Willet M., Assistant Secretary, U. S. Department of Agri- 
cultiu-e, W^ashington, D. C. (45). 1901. G I L 

Hays, William Henry, Superintendent, Public Schools, Lock Box 323, 
Columbia, Mo. (58). A 

Hayward, Robert Francis, C. E., 319 Pender St. West., Vancouver, B. C. 
(60). D 
*Hazard, Daniel Lyman, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, 
D. C. (48). 1910. B 

Hazard, Elmer Clarke, Ph. D., M. D., Shrewsbury, N. J. (56). C K 
♦Hazard, Hon. Rowland Gibson, Peace Dale, R. I. (50). 1906. 
♦Hazen, Tracy Elliot, Ph. D., Barnard College, Columbia University, New 
York, N. Y. (50). 1902. G 

Headlee, Thomas J., Ph. D., Kansas State Agricultural College, Man- 
hattan, Kans. (52). F 
♦Heald, Frederick DeForest, Ph. D., University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 
(50). 1904. G 

Heaps, William James, 310 West Hoffman St., Baltimore, Md. (60). C 

Hearne, Robert Joseph, M. E., 12 AVooster St., New York, N. Y. (58). D 

Heath, Harry E., care Gen. Elect. Co., 99 Leighton St., Lynn, Mass. 
(50). D 

Hebbard, EHery Cola, M. D., 122 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. (51). 
DK 

Hebert, P., M. D., 313 Stephenson Ave., Iron Mountain, Mich. (60). K 
♦Hedgcock, George Grant, Ph. D., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (50). 1904. G 

Hedge, Frederic H., 440 Boylston St., Brookline, Mass. (28). F H 

Hedrich, U. P., Geneva, N. Y. (60). G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Hedrick, Earle Raymond, Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (58). 1908. A 
*Hedrick, Henry Benjamin, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (40) . 

1896. A 
Hedrick, William A., McKinley Manual Training School, Washington, 

D. C. (60). AB 
Heermance, E. Van Ness, President, Virginia Concrete and Engineering 

Company, Rocky Mount, Va. (60). C E 
Heflfron, John L., M. D., 528 South Salina St., Syracuse, N. Y. (60). K 
Heidemann, Otto, 1333 Park Road, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
Heike, Chas. Rudolph, 117 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Heimann, JuHus, 315 West 105th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Heinemann, Paul Gustav, Ph. D., Assistant in Bacteriology, University 

of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Heiney, William M., Principal, Ligonier High School, Ligonier, Ind. 

(58). L 
Heinrich, Richard O., E. E., Ritterstrasse 88, S. 42, Berlin, Germany. 

(60). D 
Heinze, Arthur P., Vice-President, United Copper Co., 220 Madison Ave., 

NewYork, N. Y. (57). 
Heisler, Chas. L., M. E., North Main St., St. Mary's, Ohio. (51). D 
Heisler, John C, M. D., 3829 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
♦Hektoen, Ludvig, M. D., Professor of Pathology, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (52). 1906. K 
Helland, John W., M. D., Maynard, Minn. (60). K 
Hellebrandt, F. J., 2327 South Albany Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Heller, Napoleon Bonaparte, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Temple 

University, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). A B 
Hellick, Chauncey Graham, Ph. D., Department of Electrical Engineering, 

Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. (50). B D 
Hemenway, Miss Clara, 242 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (61). 
Hemingway, Frank, 133 Front St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
*Hemmeter, John C, M. D., Professor of Physiology, University of Mary- 
land, Baltimore, Md. (51). 1906. KL 
Hempelmann, Walter L., 2921 University St., St. Louis, Mo. (60). C 
*Henchman, Miss Annie Parker, 10 Prescott Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

(54). 1906. F 
Henderson, C. Hanford, Ph. D., 33 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. 

(61). EIL 
Henderson, George Dallas, M.D., 276 Maple St., Holyoke, Mass. (60). K 
Henderson, John Brooks, Jr., i6th St. above Florida Ave., Washington, 

D. C. (60). 
♦Henderson, Junius, Curator of the Museum, University of Colorado, 

Boulder, Colo. (50). 1906. E F 
Henderson, Royal L., 623 Jefferson Ave., Richmond Hill, N. Y. (57). 

FG 
Henderson, Veljien E., University of Toronto, Toronto, Can. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Henderson, William Edward, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, 

Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (50). 1901. C 
♦Henderson, Yandell, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Yale 
University Medical School, New Haven, Conn. (57). 1908. K 
Hendrick, Edward L., Sterling, 111. (58). B 

Hendrick, Ellwood, 139 East 40th St., New York, N. Y. (57). C 
Henius, Max, Ph. D., 1135 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, 111. (52). C L 
Henkel, Mary Isabel, 174 27th St., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). C 
*Henmon, Vivian A. C, Ph. D., University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. 
(54). 1906. H L 
Hennen, Ray Vernon, C. E., P. O. Box 386, Morgantown,W. Va. (50). D 
Henning, Gus C, 413 Convent Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). B D E 
Henrich, Carl, E. M., Manager, Mineral Development Co., Apartado 52, 

Guanajuato, Mexico. (50). AEI 
Henricksen, Prof. H. C, P. O. Box 1007, Havana, Cuba. (60). CFG 
Hem-iques, Henry A., M. D., 170 South St., Morristown, N. J. (60). K 
*Henry, Alfred Judson, Professor of Meteorology, Mt. Weather Observa- 
tory, Bluemont, Va. (49). 190 1. B 
Henry, Charles C, M. D., 56 Clark St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). K 
Henry, John P., M. D., 329 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Henry, Stewart L., M. D., 908 South Carrollton Ave., Station B, New 

Orleans, La. (55). G K 
Henshaw, Henry Wetherbee, Chief, Biological Survey, U. S. Department 

of Agriculture, Washington, D. C (55). F H 
HensHn, Aaron E., M. D., Le Roy, Minn. (60). K 
Herb, Arthur, M. E., 1443 South Third St., Louisville, Ky. (58). D 
*Hering, Daniel Webster, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, New York Univer 

sity. New York, N. Y. (50). 1906. BD 
*Hering, Rudolph, 170 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (33). 1885. D E I 
Hermann, Ferdinand, 20 East 80th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Herms, Edward, Portsmouth, Ohio. (58). C 
Herms, Wm. Brodbeck, Assistant Professor of Entomology, University 

of California Berkeley, Cal. (57). F 
Herr, Hiero B., C. E., M. E., Monadnock Block, Chicago, 111. (50). D E 
*Herrick, Charles Judson, Ph. D., Professor of Neurology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (49). 1901. F 
*Herrick, Francis Hobart, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Adelbert College 
Cleveland, Ohio. (52). 1905. F 
Herrick, Glenn W., College Station, 'Tex. (50). F 
Herrick, Jos. C, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, St. Joseph's Seminary, 

Yonkers, N. Y. (56). H K 
Herrman, Mrs. Esther, 59 West 56th St., New York, N. Y. (29). 
♦Herrmann, Richard, 2419 Conler Ave., Dubuque, Iowa. (50). 1902. 

EFH 
Herron, William Harrison, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(52). DEI 
Hersam, Ernest A., E. M., University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Herter, Christian A., M. D., 819 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 

1902. F K 
*Herty, Charles Holmes, Ph. D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 
N. C. (42). 1895. C 
Hertzler, Arthur E., Ph. D., 402 Argyle Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

(58). K 
Hertzog, P. H., Assistant to State Zoologist, Harrisburg, Pa. (57). F 
*Hervey, Rev. Alpheus Baker, Ph. D., Bath, Me. (22). 1879. AG 
Herzig, Charles S., E. M., 4 Copthall Ave., London, E. C, England. 

(60). D 
Herzog, Felix Benedict, Ph. D., President, Herzog Teleseme Co., 137 West 
23d St., New York, N. Y. (50). D 
*Herzog, Maximilian, M. D., 103 East Randolph St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
1909. H K 
Herzstein, Morris, M. D., 1404 Sutter St., San Francisco, Cal. (52). K 
Hess, Emory Le Roy, St. Vincent's Hospital, Toledo, Ohio. (60). 
Hess, Frederick Andrew, M. D., Ph. D., 247 East Division St., Chicago, 

111. (58). K 
Hess, Henry, M. E., 2300 Green St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). D 
Hess, Henry W., The Libbey Glass Co., Toledo, Ohio. (60). C 
Hess, Selmar, Publisher, 956 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (53). I K L 
*Hesse, Bernard C, 90 William St., New York, N. Y. (60). 1910. C 
Hesse, Conrad E., U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C. (50). D 
♦Hessler, John Charles, Professor of Chemistry, James Millikin University, 

Decatur, 111. (58). 1910. C 
*Hessler, Robert, M. D., Logansport, Ind. (54). 1909. G H K 
Heuel, Emil, M. D., 144 West 79th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Heuer, George J., M. D., Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Hewerdine, Thomas Sloan, Fisher, 111. (58). A B C D 
*Hewett, Edgar L., Director, School of American Archaeology, Santa Fe, 

N. M. (50). 1910. H 
Hewins, Nellie P., Clermont Terrace, Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. (60). K 
Hewitt, C. Gordon, Central Experiment Farm, Ottawa, Canada. (60). F 
Hewitt, Joseph H., M. D., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

(60). K 
Hewitt, Thomas Edwin, E. M., 331 Atwood vSt., Pittsburg, Pa. (56). 

CD 
Hewson, Addinell, M. D., 2120 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Hexamer, C. John, C. E., 419 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (33). 

BC 
Heyer, Wm. D., 523 South Broad St., Elizabeth, N. J. (33). BDL 
Heyl, Paul Renno, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, Central High 

School, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). B 
Hibbard, Rufus P., Ph. D., Station Bacteriologist and Pathologist, Agri- 
cultural College, Miss. (54). G K 
Hibbard, Walter Rollo, care Pennsylvania Military College, Chester, Pa. 
(58). CE 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Hice, Richard R., Beaver, Pa. (41). 1906. A B C E 
Hick, L. A., M. D., Delta, Colo. (60). K 

Hickey, Preston M., M. D., 32 Adams Ave., W., Detroit, Mich. (60). K 
Hicks, Edwin Francis, 4837 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). C 
Hickson, William James, M. D., 5173 Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). K 
Hidershide, George N., M. D., Arcadia, Wis. (58). K 
Higbee, Frederick Goodson, 104 Engineering Hall, Iowa City, Iowa. 

(58). D 
Higbee, George G., E. M., Murray Iron Works Co., Burlington, Iowa. 
(60). D 
*Higdon, John E., Teacher of Mathematics, Shortridge High School, 
Indianapolis, Ind. (54). 1906. ABDK 
Higgins, Daniel Franklin, Northwestern University, Ev^nston, 111. (61). 

E 
Higgins, Herman K., C. E., 9 Elm Lawn, Dorchester, Mass. (60). D 
Higgins, J. Edgar, Hawaiian Experiment Station, Box 677, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (57). G 
Higgins, James Haydn, M. D., Marstons Mills, Mass. (60). K 
Higgins, Lafayette, C. E., Professor of Chemistry, West Des Moines High 

School, Des Moines, Iowa. (51). CD 
Higginson, Henry L., care Lee Higginson and Company, 44 State St., 

Boston, Mass. (60). 
Hilbert, Alfred, E. E., 218 East nth St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Hildebrandt, Theophil Henry, 920 Monroe St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). 

A 
Hilditch, Warren W., Bowne Hall of Chemistry, Syracuse, N. Y. (60). C 
Hildreth, Percy Stearns, 181 West 75th St., New York, N. Y, (57). D E 
Hileman, Allen Irving, R. F. D. 2, Paxton, 111. (61). G L 
*Hilgard, Eugene Woldemar, Ph. D., Dean and Director, College of Agri- 
culture, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (n). 1874. BCE 
Hill, Albert Frederick, 192 South Main St., Attleboro, Mass. (61). G 
*Hill, Albert Ross, Ph. D., President, University of Missouri, Columbia, 

Mo. (58). 1910. H L 
Hill, Arthur E., 66 Clinton Place, Bronx, New York, N. Y. (58). C 
Hill, David Spence, Ph. D., 45 Rutledge St., Nashville, Tenn. (60). H 

♦Hill, Eben Clayton, (54). 1906. K 

Hill, Edwin Allston, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, George 

Washington University, Washington, D. C. (52). CD 
Hill, Herbert M., University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. (58). B C 
*Hill, John Edward, Professor of Civil Engineering, Brown University, 
Providence, R. I. (44). 1897. D 
Hill, Joseph H., D. D., LL. D., President, Kansas State Normal Schools, 
Emporia, Kan. (61). L 
*Hill, Lewis D., Normal College, 68th St. and Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(58). 1910. BC 
*Hill, Robert Thomas, Trinity Building. New York, N. Y. (36). 1889. E 
Hill, Wm. K., Carthage College, Carthage, 111. (54). G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Hillebrand, William Francis, Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington 
D.C. (51). 1903. C 
Hillig, Frederick J., S. J., St. John's College, Toledo, Ohio. (50). BH 
Hills, Alfred Kimball, M. D., 541 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Hills, Professor Thomas McDougall, 6 Tufford Arms, Toledo, Ohio. 

(61). E 
Hilpert, Willis S., Ph. D., 543 East 34th St., Chicago, 111. (58). CK 
*Hilprecht, Hermann Vollrat, Ph. D., D. D., LL. D., Clark Research 
Professor of Assyriology, and Professor of Semetic Philology and 
Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
1906. 
Hiltebeitel, Adam Miller, Ph. D., Trappe, Pa. (58). A 
Hilton, David Clark, M. D., 1240 O St., Lincoln, Nebr. (58). F K 
♦Hilton, William Atwood, Ph. D., 108 Brandon Place, Ithaca, N. Y. (49). 

1906. F H K 
*Himes, Prof. Charles F., Carlisle, Pa. (29). 1882. BC 
*Himowich, Adolph A., M. D., 130 Henry St., Manhattan, N. Y. (51). 

1906. A K 
Hinchman, Mrs. Lydia S., 3635 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (57). A E 
Hindle, Edward, Quick Laboratory, Cambridge, England. (61). F 
Hinds, Franklin Allen, C. E., Watertown, N. Y. (57). A D E 
*Hinds, John I. D., Ph.D., Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn. (55). 

1908. C 
*Hinds, Warren Elmer, Ph. D., Professor of Entomology, Alabama Poly- 
technic Institute, Auburn, Ala. (54). 1906. F L 
Hindshaw, Henry Havelock, care The Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 
(52). E 
*Hine, James Stewart, Associate Professor of Zoology and Entomology, 
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (48). 1904. F 
Hines, Murray Arnold, 2320 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. (60). C 
Hinkel, Frank Whitehill, M. D., 58 1 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Hinkins, John Edward, M. D., 1526 East 53d St., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
Hinkle, Beatrice M., M. D., Manila, P. I. (60). K 
Hinnen, Gustave A., M. D., 212 Fosdick St., Mt. Auburn, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. (60). K 
*Hinrichs, Gustavus Detlef, M. D., Professor of Chemistry, 4106 Shenan- 
doah Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (17). 1874. B C 
♦Hinsdale, Wilbert B., M. D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
(54). 1909. H K 
Hinton, George B., care Richard Barry, Choix, Sinaloa, Mexico. (58). C 
Hinton.William Augustus, Jr., 52 Fenwood Road, Roxbury, Mass. (60). C 
*Hirschfelder, Arthur D., M. D., 2243 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). 1910. K 
*Hirschfelder, Jos. Oakland, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, Cooper 
Medical College, San Francisco, Cal. (51). 1909. K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hirshberg, Leonard Keene, M. D., 1937 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). K 
Hirshfeld, Clarence Floyd, Professor of Power Engineering, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (54). BCD 
Hiss, Philip Hanson, M. D., 437 West 59th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

1903. F K 
Hitch, Miss Lola S.. Palmyra, N. J. (6i). 
*Hitchcock, Albert Spear, Division of Agrostology, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (39). 1892. G 
Hitchcock, Miss Caroline Judson, Teacher in High School, Meriden, Conn. 
(50). BEG 
♦Hitchcock, Charles Henry, LL. D., Honolulu, Hawaii. (11). 1874. 

E 
♦Hitchcock, Miss Fanny R. M., 4038 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (35). 

1906. F 
*Hitchcock, Hon. Frank Harris, Postmaster-General, Metropolitan Club, 

Washington, D. C. (49). 1901. I 
♦Hitchcock, Romyn, P. O. Box 1765, New York, N. Y. (47). 1898. C I 
*Hitchens, Arthur Parker, M. D., Bacteriologist, Glen Olden, Pa. (58). 

1909. K 
Hitchings, Edson Forbes, Waterville, Me. (60). K 
Hite, Bert Holmes, Morgantown, W. Va. (60). C 

Hite, Lewis Field, 22 Mt. Pleasant St., Cambridge, Mass. (58). H L 
♦Hitzrot, James Morley, M. D., 126 East 37th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
1909. K 
Hoad, William Christian, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, Uni- 
versity of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (54). D 
♦Hoadley, George Arthur, Professor of Physics, Swarthmore College, 
Swarthmore, Pa. (40). 1900. B 
Hoaland, Ralph, Professor of Soils, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 

Minn. (53). C 
Hobble, Arthur Casson, E. E., Rushville, Illinois. (60). D 
Hobbs, Prof. Perry L., 2047 East 9th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (41). C 
*Hobbs, William Herbert, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (41). 1893. E 
Hobby, C. M., M. D., Iowa City, Iowa. (51). K 

Hoch, August, Psychiatric Institute, Ward's Island, New York, N. Y. 
(60). K 
♦Hodge, Clifton Fremont, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Clark University 

Worcester, Mass. (58). 1910. F6KL 
♦Hodge, Frederick Humbert, Professor of Mathematics, Parsons College, 

Fairfield, Iowa. (50). 1908. A 
♦Hodge, Frederick Webb, Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithsonian 

Institution, Washington, D. C. (52). 1904. H 
Hodge, James M., Big Stone Gap, Va. (29). D E 

Hodges, Robert Shattuck, Chemist, Alabama Geological Survey, Uni- 
versity, Ala. (54). C E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Hodgkins, Prof. Howard Lincoln, George Washington University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (40). 1896. ABD 

Hodgkins, William Candler, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (52). A D E 

Hoe, Mrs. R., Jr., ii East 36th St., New York, N. Y. (36). 

Hoe, Mrs. Richard M., 11 East 71st St., New York, N. Y. (36). L 

Hoen, Albert Berthold, Dixon Park, Mt. Washington, Md. (60). E 

Hoff, Olaf, C. E., 149 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). D 

Hoffman, Arthur Henry, Assistant Professor of Physics, Iowa State 
College, Ames, Iowa. (58). B D L 

Hoffman, Christian B., Enterprise, Kan. (50). D H 
♦Hoffman, Frank Sargent, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Union Uni- 
versity, Schenectady, N. Y. (52). 1906. H I 

Hoffman, Geo. Edgar, "Longcliff," Logansport, Ind. (57). K 
*Hoffman, Samuel V., Morristown, N. J. (52). 1906. A D 

Hoffmann, Conrad, Experiment Station, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis. (57). K 
*HoFFMANN, Dr. Friedrich, Charlottenburg, Kant St. 125, Berlin, Ger- 
many. (28). 1881. CF 

Hofstetter, George A., M. D., 108 South Beaton St., Corsicana, Tex. 
(58). K 

Hogan, Edgar Poe, Professor of Chemistry and Biology, Howard College, 
East Lake, Ala. (54). C F 

Hogan, Mrs. Louise E., Lock Box 337, Philadelphia, Pa. (52). B D H I KL 

Hogrefe, Louis, Patton Paint Co., Milwaukee, Wis. (58). A B C D E 

Hohf, JuHan A., M. D., Tripp, S. D. (60). K 

Holbrook, Percy, 29 West 34th St., New York, N. Y. (51). D 

Holden, Mrs. L. E., The Hollenden, Cleveland, Ohio. (35). 

Holden, Roy Jay, E. M., Blacksburg, Va. (60). D 

Holder, Francis J., Professor of Mathematics, Colby College, Waterville, 
Me. (61). A 

Holding, Arthur, M. D., 98 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. (58). K 
*Holferty, George Mellinger, Ph. D., Instructor in Botany, Central High 
School, St. Louis, Mo. (50). 1905. E G 

Holgate, Henry, C. E., 44 Rosemont Ave., Montreal, Canada. (60). D 
*Holgate, Thomas Frapklin, Ph. D., 617 Library St., Evanston, 111. (58). 
1910. A L 

Holladay, Lewis Littlepage, E. E., University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 
Va. (58). D 

Holland, Arthur L., M. D., 134 West 8ist St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 

Holland, Robert A., M. D., Calais, Me. (60). K 
♦Holland, William Jacob, Ph. D., LL. D., Director, Carnegie Museum, 
Pittsburg, Pa. (37). 1896. EFGHL 

Holland, William West, Ph.D., 1122 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

(58). C 
*HolUck, Charles Arthur, Ph. D., Curator, Department of Fossil Botany, 
New York Botanical Garden, New York, N. Y. (31). 1892. E G 

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MEMBERS AND PELtOWS. 

Hollingworth, H. L., Ph. D., Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

(6i). 
Hollinshead, Warren H., Wimgrove Ave., Nashville, Tenn. (37). 
HoUis, Frederic S., 90 Erie Ave., Newton Highlands, Mass. (60). C 
Hollister, Frank Canfield, M. D., 264 West 77th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Hollister, N., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (57). F 
Holman, Carl, Presque Isle, Me. (61). F 
Holman, Carl J., M. D., Mankato, Minn. (60). K 
Holman, Richard Morris, care Bureau of Education, Manila, P. I. (55). G 

Holmes, A. Mansfield, M. D., (50). F K 

Holmes, Edgar Miller, M. D., 531 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Holmes, Ella A., 4 John St., Jamaica, N. Y. (60). F 
♦Holmes, Joseph A., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (33). 

1887. D E 
Holmes, Manfred James, Professor of Psychology, Normal, 111. (58). H L 
Holmes, Mary E., Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. (60). C 
Holmes, Miss Mary S., 147 Manheim St., Philadelphia, Pa. (50). E 
♦Holmes, Samuel Jackson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (51). 1904. F 
*Holmes, Wm. H., Head Curator of Anthropology, U. S. National Museum, 

Washington, D. C. (30). 1883. H 
Holsinger, S. J., Sunshine Station, Meteor, Ariz. (58). A H 
Holstem, George Wolf, R. F. D. No. i, Abilene, Tex. (28). E H 
Holt, Byron W., 54 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (60). I 
Holt, Erastus Eugene, M. D., 723 Congress St., Portland, Me. (54). 

I KL 
*HoIt, Henry, 34 West 33d St., New York, N. Y. (29). 1908. I 
Holt, Joseph H., M. D., Sherman, Tex. (60). K 

Holtgrewe, Frederick W., 1601 Blair Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 
*Holton, Henry D., M. D., Brattleboro, Vt. (44). 1909. I 
Holtz, Frederick L., 10830 Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). E F G L 
*Holzinger, John M., Professor of Botany, State Normal School, Winona, 

Minn. (54). 1909. G 
Homans, John, M. D., 164 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Homburg, Frederick, Teacher of Chemistry, Woodward High School, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. (51). C E 
Homer, Charles S., care Valentine & Co., 257 Bioadway, New York, N. Y. 

(29). 
Homer, Harry L., M. D., Union Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, Md. 

(60). K 
Honey, William, E. E., Tequisquiapan, Queretaro, Mexico. (58). D 
Hood, Edward C, 50 Hawthorne St., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. (60). F 
*Hood, Ozni Porter, Professor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, 

Michigan School of Mines, Houghton, Mich. (51). 1906. D 
Hood, William, Room 1136, James Flood Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

(35). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hooker, Charles Worcester, R. F. D. No. 3, Grand Rapids, Wis. 

(60). F 
Hooker Davenport, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (52). F K 
♦Hooker, Donald Russell, M. D., "Cedar Lawn," Homeland Ave., Balti- 
more, Md. (50). 1907. K 
Hooker, William A., Office of Experiment Stations, U. S. Dept. of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (54). F 
Hooper, Everett D., M. D., Ph. D., Warren Chambers, Boston, Mass. 

(57). CK 
Hooper, Prof. Franklin W., Curator, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and 

Sciences, Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). 
Hooper, William L., Tufts College, Mass. (60). 
Hoopes, Homer E., 302 South Orange St., Media, Pa. (52). E H 
Hoose, James Harmon, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, University of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. (52). H K L 
Hoover, Herbert C, Red House, Hornton St., London, England. (51). E 
Hoover, Mrs. Lou Henry, Red House, Hornton St., London, England. 

(31)- E 
Hope-Daeg, Harold, E M., Creston-Colorado Co., Torres, Sonora, Mexico. 

(60). D 
Hopeman, Harry, M. D., Minden, Nebr. (51). G K 
*Hopkins, A. D., Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (42). 1899. F 
Hopkins, Anderson Hoyt, Librarian, Carnegie Library, Pittsburg, Pa. 

(52). 
*Hopkins, Prof. Arthur John, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. (44). 

1900. C 
Hopkins, B. Smith, Waukesha, Wis. (60). C 
*Hopkins, Cyril G., Chief in Agronomy and Chemistry, University of 

Illinois, looi South Wright St., Champaign, 111. (57). 1909. C 
Hopkins, George Bates, 52 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). I 
*Hopkins, Grant Sherman, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (41). 

1900. F 
Hopkins, Louis J., Winnetka, 111. (58). H I 

Hopkins, Milton J., M. D., 3558 Lindell Block, St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 
♦Hopkins, Nevil Monroe, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, George Wash- 
ington University, Washington, D. C. (48). 1901. CD 
Hopkins, Rupert Henry, 103 College Ave., West New Brighton, N. Y. 

(54). B 
Hopkins, Samuel Augustus, M. D., 23s Marlboro St., Boston, Mass 

(54). K 
♦Hopkins, Thomas Cramer, Professor of Geology, Syracuse University, 

Syracuse, N. Y. (38). 1898. E 
Hore, Reginald Edwin, Michigan College of Mines, Houghton, Mich. 

(58). CE 
Hormell, Prof. William G., Ohio Weslevan University, Delaware, Ohio. 

(48). B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Horn, David Wilbur, Lock Box 12, Bryn Mawr, Pa. (58). C 

Horn, Frank Churchill, C. E., U. S. Geological Survey, Twin Falls, 

Idaho. (58). D E 
Horn, Wilbur F., Carlisle, Pa. (60). C 
Hornblower, Henry, 60 Congress St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Hornbogen, Alfred W., M. D., Marquette, Mich. (60). K 
*Horne, Herman Harrell, Ph. D., Leonia, N. J. (58). 19 10. H L 
Home, Perley L., President, Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(58). IL 
Hornor, Harry Archer, E. E., 102 Hamilton Court, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). D 
Hornung, Christian, Professor of Mathematics, Heidelberg University, 

Tiffin, Ohio. (50). A D 
Horsley, J. Shelton, M. D., 303 West Grace St., Richmond, Va. (60). K 
Horton, Byron Barnes, Sheffield, Pa. (54). F G 
Horton, George M., M. D., Bailey Block, Seattle, AVash. (60). K 
*Hortvet, Julius, State Chemist, Old Capitol, St. Paul, Minn. (50). 

1906. C 
*Hoskins, Leander Miller, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Leland 
Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (54). 1906. 
A D 
*Hoskins, William, 49 Sixth Ave., La Grange, 111. (34). 1904. C 
Hosmer, Sidney, E. E., 39 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. (50). D 
Hotchkiss, Henry D., 165 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
♦Hotchkiss, Homer James, Professor of Physics, Drexel Institute, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (54). 1906. B 
Hotchkiss, Lucius Wales, M. D., 59 West 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Hotchkiss, William Otis, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Sur- 
vey, Madison, Wis. (58). D E 
Hottenroth, Fred'k W., 981 Prospect Ave., Bronx, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Hottes, Charles Frederick, Assistant Professor of Botany, University of 
Illinois, Urbana, 111. (54). 1909. G 
Hough, Garry de N., M. D., 542 County St., New Bedford, Mass. (60). K 
Hough, R. H., Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Pennsj'lvania, 
Philadelphia, Pa. (60). BD 
*Hough, Theodore, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, University of Virginia, 

Charlottesville, Va. (51). 1903. K 
*Hough, Walter, Ph. D., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(38). 1890. H 
Hough, Prof. Williston S., George Washington University, Washington, 

D. C. (58). HL 
Houghton, Clement S., 60 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Houghton, Clinton Osborne, Newark, Del. (58). F 
*Houghton, E. Mark, M. D., 130 Longfellow Ave., Detroit, Mich. (52). 
1906. K 
Houghton, Harris A., M. D., Bayside, L. I., N. Y. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Houser, Gilbert Logan, Ph. D., Professor of Animal Biology, State Uni- 
versity of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (50). 1906. F K 
Houser, J. S., Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio. 

(58). FG 
*Hovey, Edmund Otis, Ph. D., Curator of Geology, American Museum of 

Natural History, New York, N. Y. (36). 1895. E 
*Hovey, Rev. Horace Carter, 71 Lime St., Xewburyport, Mass. (29). 
1883. E H 
Hoving, Johannes, M. D., Ph. D., 262 Lenox Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Howald, Ferdinand, E. M., 1150 Bryden Road, Columbus, Ohio. (60). D 
*Howard, Arthur Day, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of Wash- 
ington, Seattle, Wash. (57). 1909. FK 
Howard, Burton J., 1366 North Carolina Ave. N. E., Washington, D. C. 

(60). C 
Howard, Charles D., Concord, N. H. (60). C 
Howard, Charles P., 116 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn. (51). 
Howard, Charles T., 635 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (58). D F 
Howard, Charles W., Chief of Entomological Section, Department of 
Agriculture, P. O. Box 255, Lourenco Marquez, Portuguese East 
Africa. (58) F K 
♦Howard, Prof. Curtis C, 97 Jefferson Ave., Columbus, Ohio. (38). 1892. C 

Howard, Harry Turner, 3513 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. (55). 
♦Howard, Henry, Chemical Engineer, 36 Amory St., Brookline, Mass. 

(57). 1908. C 
♦Howard, Leland O., Ph. D., Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. (37). 
1889. F 
Howard, Orson, M. D., Curator of Museum, University of Utah, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. (50). FK 
♦Howard, S. Francis, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts 
Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. (50). 1901. BC 
Howard, Wm. Colman, 246 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). 
♦Howard, William Travis, M. D., Western Reserve Medical College, 
Cleveland, Ohio. (54). 1906. K 
Howat, William Frederick, M. D., 151 So. Hohman St., Hammond, Ind. 

(58). H K L 
Howe, Caroline G., 198 Liberty St., Bloomfield, N. J. (61). F G L 
♦Howe, Charles Sumner, Ph. D., LL. D., President, Case School of Applied 
Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (34). 1891. A D L 
Howe, Clifton D., Ph. D., Instructor in Botany, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (57). G 
Howe, Elmer Parker, P. O. Box 1825, Boston, Mass. (60). 
♦Howe, Ernest, Ph. D., 75 Kay St., Newport, R. I. (52). 1906. D E 
Howe, Eugene C, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

(57). F 
Howe, Freeland, Jr., Chemist and Bacteriologist, Norway, Maine. (53). 
CEFG 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Howe, Henry Marion, McLean Road, Bedford Station, New York, N. Y. 

(50). 1901. D 
*Howe, Herbert Alonzo, Ph. D., Dean, College of Liberal Arts, University 

of Denver, University Park, Colo. (50). 1901. A 
*Howe, Jas. Lewis, M. D., Ph. D., Washington and Lee LTniversity, Lex- 
ington, Va. (36). 1888. C 
Howe, John Morgan, M. D., 12 West 46th St., New York, N. Y. (50). K 
Howe, Malverd A., Professor of Civil Engineering, Rose Polytechnic 
Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. (58). D 
*Howe, Marshall Avery, Ph. D., New York Botanical Garden, Bronx 
Park, New York, N. Y. (49). 1903. G 
Howe, Paul E., Chemistry Building, Urbana, 111. (58). C K 
Howe, Walter Clarke, M. D., 303 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Howe, William Bell White, M. D., Box 12, Hendersonville, N. C. (61). K 
*Howell, Edwin Eugene, 612 17th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (25). 
1891. E 
Howell, John W., 211 Ballantine Parkway, Newark, N. J. (50). 
Howell, W. L., Room U, Custom House, New Orleans, La. (58). C 
*Howell, William Henry, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, Johns 
Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (50). 1901. F K 
Howes, C. P., 140 E. 6th St., St. Paul, Minn. (61). 
Howes, Jarvis M., M. D., Sellersburg, Ind. (60). K 
*Howison, George Holmes, LL. D., Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, 

University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (54). 1908. A H I L 
Howland, Henry R., Library Building, Buffalo, N. Y. (60). H 
Howland, Howard Newell, 5344 Jackson Ave., Chicago, 111. (50). F 
Howland, Randolph H., 164 Wildwood Ave., Upper Montclair, N. ]. 

(54)- F 
Howson, Hubert, E. E., 38 Park Row, New York, N. Y. (60). D 
*Hoxton, Llewellyn Griffith, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
(54). 1906. B 
Hoyle, William Evans, City Hall, Cardiff, England. (61). 
Hoyt, OHve Sawyer, Kobe College, Kobe, Japan. (52). C 
Hoyt, William Dana, M. D., Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. (60). G 
*Hrdlicka, Ales, M. D., Curator of Anthropology, U. S. National Museum, 

Washington, D. C. (46). 1897. H K 
*Hubbard, George David, Assistant Professor of Geology, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, Ohio. (55). 1909. E H I L 
Hubbard-, John C, Ph. D., Clark University, Worcester, Mass. (5S). B L 
Hubbard, Miss Marian Elizabeth, Associate Professor of Zoology, Wel- 

lesley College, Wellesley, Mass. (58). F 
Hubbard, Walter C, Coffee Exchange Building, New York, N. Y. (49). 
Hubbell, Henry S., Ashburnham, Mass. (57). D 
Hubbell, J. L., Ganado, Ariz. (58). H I 
*Huber, G. Carl, M. D., Professor of Histology and Embryology, Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (50). 1901. K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hubert, J. Frank, M. D., 6820 Union Ave., Chicago, III. (60). K 
Hudson, Claude Silbert, Ph. D., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department 

of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (58). B C 
Hudson, Erastus Meade, 19 Broad St., Plattsburg, N. Y. (57). F 
*Hudson, George H., Vice-Principal, Science Department, State Normal 

School, Plattsburg, N. Y. (31). 1901. F 
Hudson, James A., Aldrich Court, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Huey, Edmund B., Ph. D., Director, Department of Clinical Psychology, 

Lincoln State School, Lincoln, 111. (58). H L 
Huey, Walter B., M. D., El Campo, Tex. (60). K 
*Huff, William B., Associate Professor of Physics, Bryn Mawr College, 

Bryn Mawr, Pa. (60). 19 10. B 
Hughes, David Edward, C. E., 723 Central Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

(60). D 
Hughes, Francis T., Teacher of Biology, Boys' High School, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. (58). FGL 
Hughes, Hector James, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (60). D 
Hughes, John W., 775 Hattic St., Schenectady, N. Y. (58). D 
Hughes, Percy, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Psychology, 

Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. (58). H L 
*Hughes, R. M., Professor of Chemistry, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. 

(57). 1908. C 
Hull, Andrew W., 130 34th St., Newport News, Va. (60). 
*Hull, Gordon Ferrie, Professor of Physics, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 

N. H. (50). 1903. B 
*Hume, Alfred, C. E., Professor of Mathematics, University of Mississippi, 

University, Miss. (39). 1909. AD 
Hummel, John A., 2143 Commonwealth Ave., St. Anthony, Minn. 

(48)- C 
Humphrey, Clarence J., Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. (61). 
Humphrey, Harry Baker, Ph. D., 1606 B St., Pullman, Wash. (55). G 
*Humphrey, Richard Lewis, C. E., 805 Harrison Building, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (48). 1902. D 
*Humphreys, Alex. C, M. D., LL. D., 165 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

(49). 1907- D 
Humphreys, David Carlisle, C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering, Wash- 
ington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. (53). D 
Humphreys, Frederick B., M. D., 78 West 85th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
*Humphreys, Dr. William Jackson, Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. 

(54)- 1906. A 
Hunn, Chester Jet main, Hawaiian Experiment Station, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(58). G 
Hunner, Guy Leroy, M. D., 2305 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Hunt, Arthur E., Teacher of Biology, Manual Training High School, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. (54). FL 

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MEMBERS AND FELI.OWS. 

Hunt, Charles B., M. E., 636 McKinley Ave., Salem, Ohio. (60). D 
Hunt, Chas. Wallace, Stapleton, L. I., N. Y. (51). D 
Hunt, Franklin Livingston, 19 Howard St., Waltham, Mass. (61). B C 
*Hunt, Reid, M. D., Ph. D., Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts. N. W., 

Washington, D. C. (58). 1910. C K 
Hunt, Walter Fred., Instructor in Mineralogy, University of Michigan, 

Ann Arbor, Mich. (57). CE 
Hunter, Andrew, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, Cornell University, 
Ithaca, N. Y. (60). C K 
*Hunter, Andrew Frederick, Barrie, Ontario, Canada. (38). 1896. B H I 

Hunter, George E., M. E., (60). D 

Hunter, George William, 2238 Andrews Ave., University Heights, New 

York, N. Y. (51). F 
Hunter, John Vincent, E E., 506 West JefTerson St., Fort Wayne, Ind. 

(60)." D 
*Hunter, Samuel John, Professor of Entomology, University of Kansas, 

Lawrence, Kans. (50). 1902. F 
*Hunter, Walter David, Box 205, Dallas, Tex. (50). 1905. F 
Huntington, Archer M., Hispanic Society of America, 156th St., near 
Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
♦Huntington, Edward V., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 1908. A 
*Huntington, Ellsworth, Instructor in Geography, Yale University, New 
Haven, Conn. (51). 1909. E 
Huntington, F. W., 1801 Dorchester Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). B 
*Huntington, George Sumner, Professor of Anatomy, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. (52). 1906. F K 
Huntoon, Louis Doremus, E. M., Professor of Mining and Metallurgy, 
Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (55). 
D 
Huntsman, Frank C, C. E., Box 122 1, Alliance, Nebr. (60). D 
Hurd, Ethan Osborn, Box 19 B, R. F. D. No. 10, Station M, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. (30). E F 
*Hurd, Henry Mills, M. D., Superintendent, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
Baltimore, Ud. (58). 1909. H K 
Hurd, R. M., 59 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (58). I 
Hurd, Prof. William D., Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, 

Mass. (60) . F 
Hurst, Julius H., M. D., Box 237, vSanta Barbara, Cal. (52). H K 
Hurst, Walter E., M. D., 172 West Bethune Ave., Detroit, Mich. (58). K 
Hurt, Henry H., Box 208, Covington, Va. (58). C 

*Hurty, John N.,M.D., 17 East I ithSt., Indianapolis, Ind. (58). 1909. K 
Husik, Isaac, Ph. D., 408 So. 9th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). H 
Hussakof, Louis, Ph. D., American Museum of Natural History, New 

York, N. Y. (56). F 
Hussey, Harry Brigham, E. E., 309 O. C. S. Bank Building, Syracuse, 
N. Y. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Hussey, William Joseph, Professor of Astronomy, University of Mich- 
igan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). 1909. A 
Huston, Charles h , M. E-, care Iron and Steel Co., Coatesville, Pa. (60). 

D 
Huston, Henry A., Continental Building, Baltimore, Md. (53). C 
Hutcheson, David, P. O. Box H, East Capitol Station, Washington, D. C. 

(52). HI 
Hutchings, Stanley R., M. D., 502 West High St., Springfield, Ohio 

(60). K 
Hutchings, Willard Hunter, M. D., Fine Arts Building, Detroit, Mich. 

(60). K 
*Hutchins, C. C, Professor of Physics, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. 

(58). 1910. B 
*Hutchins, Edgar Burton, Jr., Ph. D., 174 East ist St., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

(57)- 1909. c 

*Hutchinson, Gary T., Ph. D., Consulting Engineer, 60 Wall St., New 

York, N. Y. (58). 1910. BD 
Hutchinson, Edward S., C. E., M. E., 34 South State St., Newtown, Pa. 

(58). D 
*Hutchinson, John Irwin, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). 1910. A 
Hutchinson, Woods, M. D., 38 East 49th St., New York, N. Y. (56). K L 
Hvid, Rasmus M., M. E., 29 Market St., Bethlehem, Pa. (58). D 
Hyams, Miss Isabel F., 26 Wales St., Dorchester, Mass. (47). C 
Hyde, Abraham Lincoln, Assistant Professor of Bridge Engineering, 

University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (54). D 
Hyde, B. T. Babbitt, 20 West 53d St., New York, N. Y. (43). C D H 
Hyde, Miss Edith E., 1840 Summit Place, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(50). HI 
Hyde, E. Francis, 36 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (43). A 
♦Hyde, Edward P., Ph. D., Hough Ave. and 45th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). 1 9 10. B 
*Hyde, Edward Wyllys, Professor of Mathematics, University of Cincin- 
nati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (25). 18S1. A 
Hyde, Frederick E., M. D., 11 West 52dSt., New York, N. Y. (43). E K 
Hyde, Frederick E., Jr., 542 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (43). H 
Hyde, Henry St. John, 2 ID East i8th St., New York, N.Y. (49). BCDE 
Hyde, Jesse Earl, Lancaster, Ohio. (57). E F 
*Hyde, John, 1840 vSummit Place, N. W., Washington, D. C, (47). 

1898. E I 
Hyde, Perley Charles, Instructor, Department of Mathematics, Jersey 

City High School, Jersey City, N. J. (58). A B C H L 
Hyde, Roscoe Raymond, Assistant Professor of Zoology and Botany, 

Indiana State Normal School, Terre Haute, Ind. (60). F G 
Hyslop, J. A., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (60). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Hyslop, James Hervey, Ph. D., LL. D., 519 West 149th St., New York, 

N. Y. (56). I 
Hyslop, John, 4 Riverview Terrace, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Iddings, Joseph Paxson, Professor of Petrology, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (31). 1884. E 
Iknayan, Nicholas C, M. D., 613 6th St., Charleston, 111. (60). K 
*IlES, George, 5 Brunswick St., Montreal, Canada. (31). 1898. I 
llloway, Henry, M. D., 11 13 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). K L 
Imlay, Lorin Everett, Superintendent, Niagara Falls Power Company, 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. (60). D 
Ingall, Elfric Drew, M. E., Geological Survey, Ottawa, Canada. (60). E 
Ingals, E. Fletcher, M. D., 5540 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Ingersoll, John M., M. D., 318 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). K 
*Ingersoll, Leonard Rose, Associate Professor of Physics, University of 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58). 19 10. B 
Ingham, William Armstrong, Room 406, Lafayette Building, 5th and 

Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. (33). E 
Ingraham, George Landon, 80 Irving Place, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Ingram, Prof. Edward Levering, C. E., University of Pennsylvania, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. (51). D 
lorns, Martin J., Government Experiment Station, Mayaguez, Porto 

Rico. (50). C G 
*Irving, John Duer, Professor of Economic Geology, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. (51). 1903. D E 
Irving, Mrs. Rosina J., 320 West iiith St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Irwin, Frederick C, Central High School, Detroit, Mich. (60). I 
Irwin, Ralph E., State Department of Health, Harrisburg, Pa. (60). 

DF 
Isaacs, Miss Alice M., no East 73d St., New York, N. Y. (58). F G 
*Isham, George Snow, M. D., 1340 North State St., Chicago, 111. (54). 

1906. A K 
*Ives, Frederick Eugene, WoodcHfT-on-Hudson, Weehawken, N. J. (44). 

1898. B 
*Ives, James Edmund, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics, University 

of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). 1910. B 
Ives, Judson Dunbar, Instructor in Biology, Wake Forest College, Wake 

Forest, N. C. (60). F 
Jablonowski, Joseph, Director, Entomological Station of the State, 

Budapest, Hungary. (58). F 
Jaches, Leopold, M. D., Loomis Laboratory, Cornell University Medical 

College, New York, N. Y. (57). B C K 
*Jack, John George, Assistant Professor of Dendrology, Harvard Univer- 
sity, 117 Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. (31). 1890. FG 
*Jackson, Abraham Wendell, 27 Columbus Ave., Rockaway Park, L. I., 

N. Y. (54). 1906. EL 
Jackson, C. Floyd, Durham, N. H. (58). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Jackson, Charles Loring, Professor of Chemistry, Harvard University, 

Cambridge, Mass. (44). 1895. C 
Jackson, Clarence Martin, M. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (58). F K 
Jackson, Daniel Dana, 930 President St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). C 
Jackson, Dugald Caleb, C. E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Jackson, Florence, 1808 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). CL 
Jackson, H. S., Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology, Oregon Agri- 
cultural College, Corvallis, Ore. (60). G 
Jackson, Hartley H. T., Biological Survey, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (61). F 
*Jackson, Holmes Condict, Ph. D., 338 East 26th St., Xew York, N. Y. 

(57). 1908. K 
Jackson, James H., M. D., Dansville, N. Y. (60). K 
Jackson, John Price, State College, Pa. (61). D 
*Jackson, Dr. Robert Tracy, 9 Fayerweather St., Cambridge, Mass. (37). 

1890. F 
Jackson, Thomas Moore, C. E., Clarksburg, W. Va. (60). D 
Jackson, Victor Hugo, M. D., 240 Lenox Ave., New York, N. Y. (51). K 
Jackson, William, 136 Academy Hill Road, Brighton, Mass. (60). 
Jackson, William B., M. D., 329 High St., Lowell, Mass. (60). K 
Jackson, William R., M. D., Mobile, Ala. (60). K 
Jacobi, Abraham, M. D., LL. D., 19 East 47th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). KL 
*Jacobs, Henry Barton, M. D., 11 Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, Md. 

(50). 1909. FG K L 
♦Jacobs, J. Warren, 404 South Washington St., Waynesburg, Pa. (54). 

1906. F 
Jacobs, Michael William, 222 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa. (50). I 
♦Jacobus, David Schenck, M. E., 85 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (36). 

1889. A B D 
Jacobus, R. Fulton, M. E., Ridgefield, N. J. (60). D 
♦Jacoby, Harold, Ph. D., Professor of Astronomy, Columbia L^niversity, 

New York, N. Y. (38). 1891. A 
♦Jacoby, Henry Sylvester, Professor of Bridge Engineering, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (36). 1892. D L 
Jacoby, J. Ralph, M. D., 54 West 88th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
James, Charles C, Department of Agriculture, Toronto, Canada. (46). I 
James, George Francis, Ph. D., Dean, College of Education, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). L 
James, Henry C, The Albion, Baltimore, Md. (60). 

James, John Nelson, Indiana State Normal School, Indiana, Pa. (58). C 
James, Joseph Hidy, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Carnegie Technical 

Schools, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). CDL 
James, Mrs. Sarah Stubbs, 1504 R St., Washington, D. C. (49). E G I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Tames, Walter Belknap, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906 K 
Jameson, A. H., Branford, Conn. (60). C 

Jamieson, Clara O., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (60). G 
Jamieson, George S., 139 Canner St., New Haven, Conn. (60). C 
Jamieson, Thomas H., M. D., Wellington, Kans. (60). K 
Janeway. Edward G., M. D., LL. D., 36 West 40th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Janeway, Henry H., M. D., 130 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
*Jaques, William Henry, Engineer and Naval Architect, Little Boars 
Head, New Hampshire. (47). 1899. D 
[arman, Jopeph L., President and Professor of Chemistry, State Female 
Normal School, Farmville, Va. (51). C 
*Jastrow, Joseph, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, University of Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. (35). 1887. F H 
*Jayne, Horace, M. D., Ph. D., Wallingford, Pa. (29). 1884. F HK 
jeflFers, Leonard M., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(60). C 
Jefferson, John Percival, Warren, Pa. (51). D E H 
*Jefferson, Mark S. W., Professor of Geography, Michigan State Normal 

College, Ypsilanti, Mich. (52). 1906. E 
Jeffrey, Alexander B., M. D., 818 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kans. (60). K 
*feffrey, Edward Charles, Ph. D., 47 Lakeview Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 
(52). 1905. G 
Jeffrey, Robert Henry, Gabriel, Durango, Mexico. (53). E 
*Jeffries, B. Toy, M. D., 15 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. (29). 1881. 
B FK 
Jeffs, R. E., Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (61). G 
Jelly, Arthur Carlton, M. D., 10 Arlington St., Boston, Mass. ''60). 

HKL 
lellv, George Frederick, M. D., 69 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. ^50;. 
FK 
*Ienkins, Edw. Hopkins, Ph. D., Agricultural Station, New Haven, Conn. 
(33). 1885. C 
Jenkins, George C, Abell Building, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Jenkins, Lawrence Waters, Curator of Ethnology, Peabody Museum, 

Salem, Mass. (57). H 
*Jenkins, Oliver Peebles, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, Stanford Uni- 
versity, Cal. (52). 1905. F K 
*Jenks, Albert Ernest, Professor of Anthropology, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (50). 1902. H 
*Jenks, Elisha Tucker, Middleboro, Mass. (22). 1874. D 
Jenks, Wm. H., Brookville, Pa. (38). 

lenks, William Johnson, 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y (50) B D 
Jenne, E. L., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. (58). F 

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MEMBERS AND PELIX)WS. 

*Jenney, Walter Proctor, Ph. D., 3 Grant Place, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(50). 1903. E 
Jennings, Allan H., Ancon, Canal Zone, Panama. (60). F 
Jennings, E. P., E. M., P. O. Box 841, Salt Lake City, Utah. (60). D 
Jennings, Fred Huntington, 121 South Pleasant St., Watertown, N. Y. 

(57). C 
Jennings, Gainor, M. D., West Milton, Ohio. (51). K 
*Jennings, Herbert Spencer, Ph. D., Henry Walters Professor of Zoology, 
and Director, Biological Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University, Bal- 
timore, Md. (54). 1906. F 
Jennings, Rev. James J., 333 Springfield Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). I L 
*Jennings, Otto Emery. Carnegie Museum, Pittsburg, Pa. (53). 1909. G 
*Jennings, Walter L., Ph . D., Professor of Organic Chemistry, Worcester 
Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass. (45). 1898. C 
Jensen, Chas. A., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (54). G 
Jensen, Jens, 604 North Sacramento Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). E F G 
Jervey, Henry, C. E., U. S. Engineer Office, Mobile, Ala. (60). D 
Jessen, Karl Detlev, Ph. D., Professor of German Literature, Bryn Mawr 
College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. (55). H 
*Tewell, Lewis E., Johns Hopkins t^niversity, Baltimore, Md. (49). 1906. 

A 
Jewell, Miss Susan Grace, Instructor in Biology, Tabor College, Tabor, 

Iowa. (58). F G 
Jewell, William M., Park Ridge, 111. (58). 

Jewett, Charles, M. D., 330 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). K 
*Jewett, Frank Fanning, Professor of Chemistry, Oberlin College, Oberlin, 

Ohio. (47). 1899. C 
Jewett, William Cornell, C. E., 541 Ridgeway Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. (52). D 
*Job, Robert, Chemist, 9 Springfield Ave., Montreal, Canada. (54). 

1908. C 
*Joffe, S. A., Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, 55 Cedar St., New 

York, N. Y. (54). 1906. A 
*Johannsen, Albert, Ph. D., Walker Museum, Chicago, 111. (54). 1909. E 
Johannsen, Oskar Augustus, Professor of CivU Engineering, Orono, Me. 

(54). D 

Johansen, Emeste, M. D., Whitney Building, 133 Geary St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (60). K 

Johns, Carl, Ph. D., Instructor in Chemistry, Yale University, New Haven, 
Conn. (50). C 

Johnson, Aaron G., Purdue Experiment Station, Lafayette, Ind. (60). G 

Johnson, Albert Lincoln, C. E., 925 Frisco Building, St. Louis, Mo. (51). 
D 

Johnson, Charles Eugene, Department of Zoology, University of Minne- 
sota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). F 

Johnson, Charles Morris, 733 Orchard St., Avalon, Pa. (60) . C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Johnson, Chas. Willison, Curator, Boston Society of Natural History, 

Boston, Mass. (51). 190S. F 
*Johnson, Douglas Wilson, Assistant Professor of Geology, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (54). 1909. E 
♦Johnson, Duncan S., Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, Baltimore, Md. (54). 1906. G 
Johnson, Frank Seward, M. D., 2521 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. (51). 

BK 
*Johnson, Herbert Parlin, Ph. D., Cedaredge, Colo. (54). 1906. K 
Johnson, James H., M. D., 814 West 7th St., Los Angeles, Cal. (60). K 
Johnson, James T., M. D., 31 Washington St., Cumberland, Md. (60). K 
Johnson, Jesse F., No. 6 Grosvenor Apartments, Montreal, Canada. (58). 

C 
Johnson, John W., Professor of Physics, University of Mississippi, Uni- 
versity, Miss. (55). B 
Johnson, Montgomery Hunt, E. E., 41 Plant St., Utica, N. Y. (60). D 
*Johnson, Otis Coe, Professor of Qualitative Chemical Analysis, University 

of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (34). 1886. C 
Johnson, Roswell H., 403 Mutual Building, Bartlesville, Okla. (60). F 
Johnson, S. Arthur, Associate Professor of Zoology, State Agricultural 

College, Fort Collins, Colo. (58). F 
Johnson, Thomas Carskadon, Virginia Truck Experiment Station, Nor- 
folk, Va. (51). G 
Johnson, Thomas H., C. E., 720 Union Station, Pittsburg, Pa. (60). D 
Johnson, William D., M. D., Batavia, N. Y. (58). A K 
Johnson, William Smythe, Ph. D., 346 Arkansas Ave., Fayetteville, Ark. 

(49). HL 
Johnston, Charles Hughes, Ph. D., 749 East University Ave., Ann Arbor, 

Mich. (58). H 
Johnston, Frederick Atkins, The S. S. White Dental Manufacturing 

Company, Prince Bay, N. Y. (60). C D 
Johnston, George Ben, M. D., 407 East Grace St., Richmond, Va. (51). K 
*Johnston, John Black, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Neurology, Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (52). 1904. FL 
Johnston, Col. Thomas Alexander, Superintendent, Kemper Military 

School, Boonville, Mo. (55). 
Johnston, Thomas J., 66 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). A B D 
Johnston, William A., Prince Bay, N. Y. (50). BCD 
Johnstone, Augustus Ralph, M. D., 4147 Lake Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Johonnott, Edwin Sheldon, Jr., Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics, 
Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. (50). 1904. B 
Jones, A. Holden, M. D., 222 Bradbury Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. (61). K 
*Jones, Adam Leroy, Ph. D., 220 West 107th St., New York, N. Y. (52). 

1905. H L 
Jones, Arthur Taber, Assistant Professor of Physics, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Ind. (53). B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Jones, C. Hampson, M. D., 2529 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (58). 

1909. K 

Jones, Chas. Howland, 83 Brooks Ave., Burlington, Vt. (58). C D 
Jones, Chas. Landon, 63 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Jones, Charles R., 317 Edward St., Fort Collins, Colo. (55). F 
Jones, Clement Ross, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, West Virginia 

University, Morgantown, W. Va. (50). D 
Jones, Dwight Arven, 34 West 51st St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Jones, Franklin T., 2087 Adelbert Road, S. E., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). C 
*Jones, Frederick Scheetz, Professor of Physics, Lampson Hall, Yale 

College, New Haven, Conn. (45). 1901. B 
Jones, Frederick William, 39 Pembury Road, Clapton, London, N. E., 

England. (58). ABC 
Jones, George E., M. D.. Evansville, Ind. (60). K 
Jones, Grandville R., C. E., Filtration Plant, Washington, D. C. (60). D 
Jones, Hon. Granville D., Wausau, Wis. (60). L 
Jones, Grinnell, 7 Sumner Road, Cambridge, Mass. (52). C 
Jones, Howard E. A., Suffield, Conn. (60). L 
Jones, Eafon, Central Machete, Guayama, Porto Rico. (58). C 
*Jones, Lauder W., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). 

1910. C 

*Jones, Lewis Ralph, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. (41). 1894. G 
Jones, Louis Cleveland, Ph. D., care Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

(58). CE 
*Jones, Lynds, Instructor in Zoology, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. 

(50). 1905. F 
*Jones, Prof. Marcus Eugene, 270 West South Temple St., Salt Lake City, 
Utah. (40). 1893. EG 
Jones, Paul R., U. S. Department of Agriculture, San Jose, Cal. (58). F 
Jones, Richard Watson, LL. D., Laurel, Miss. (55). D L 
Jones, W. Ralph, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (61). G 
Jones, Walter C, M. D., 1358 Dakin St., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Jones, William Henry, C. E., 315 Vine St., Leavenworth, Kans. (60). D 
Jones, William James, Jr., State Chemist, Purdue Experiment Station, 

Lafayette, Ind. (58). C 
Jonson, Ernst Fredrik, C. E., 299 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). D 
♦Jordan, David Starr, Ph. D., LL. D., President, Leland Stanford Junior 

University, Stanford University, Cal. (31). 1883. E F G I K L 
*Jordan, Edwin Oakes, Ph. D., Professor of Bacteriology, LTniversity of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (50). 1901. K 
*Jordan, Henry Ernest, Ph. D., University P. O., Va. (57). 1909. F K 
Jordan, James Douglas, M. D., Madisonville, Tex. (60). K 
Jordan, Lyman G., Bates College, Lewiston, Me. (60). C 
Jordan, R. H., 2502 Faraon St., St. Joseph, Mo. (60). A 



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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Jordan, Whitman H., Director, New York Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Geneva, N. Y. (45). 1902. I 
Joslin, Elliott P., M. D., 81 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Joyce, Clarence M., P. O. Box 23, Arlington, N. J. (60). C 
Juat, Francis J., M. D., Raeford, N. C. (50). F K 
Juday, Chancey, 610 Lake St., Madison, Wis. (58). F 
*Judd, Charles Hubbard, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (49). 1901. HIL 
Judd, Horace, Assistant Professor of Experimental Engineering, Ohio 

State University, Columbus, Ohio. (56). D 
Judson, Champion Hiram, M. D., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. (57). K 
*Judson, Harry Pratt, LL. D., Professor of Political Science, University 
of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. L 
Juettner, Otto, M. D., 628 Ehn St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (57). K 
*Julien, Ale.xis Anastay, Ph. D., Columbia University, New York, N. Y 
(24). 1875. CE 
Jiirgensen, Jess Christian, M. E.,29 West 97th St., New York, N.Y. (60). D 
Kaadt, Peter S., M. D., 998 Belmont St., Portland, Ore. (54)- K 
Kabell, Dr. C, Room 305, Trude Building, 67 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

(58) c 

Kahl, Paul Hugo Isiaor, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). F 
♦Kahlenberg, Louis, Ph. D., Professor of Physical Chemistry, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (46). 1898. BC 
Kahlo, Geo. Dwight, M. D., French Lick, Ind. (58). K 
Kahn, O. H., P. O. Box 1193, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Kahski, Maximilian S., Ph. D., 2234 Eighth Ave., New York, N. Y. (58). 

C 
Kammerer, Frederic, M. D., 51 East 66th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Kammerer, Jacob Andrae, 87 Jameson Ave., Toronto, Canada. (50). 

CD 
*Kane, Elisha Kent, Kushequa, Pa. (54). 1906. D 
Kane, R. Emmet, M. D., 312 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mo. (58). 

K 
Kane, Thomas Francis, Castleton Hotel Park, New Brighton, N. Y. 

(58). A 
Kane, Thos. Franklin, Ph. D., President, University of Washington, 

Seattle, Wash. (55). I 
Kantor, William L., M. D., 386 East 143d St., New York, N.Y. (60), K 
Kaplan, Harry, U. S. Geological Survey, Pittsburg, Pa. (57). D I 
Karapetoff, Vladamir, E. E., Professor of Electrical Engineering, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). D 
Karsten, Adrian C, M. D., Horicon, Wis. (58). K 
*Kasner, Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Barnard College, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (52). 1904. A 
Katsuki, I., M. D., Honolulu, Hawaii. (60). K 

Katz, Frank J., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60). E 
Kauffman, William Albert, 15 Union Park Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. (52). 

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MEMBBRS AND FELLOWS. 

Kaufmann, Franklin John, M. D., 311 West Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Kaufmann, Jacob, M. D., 52 East 58th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Kautz-Eulenberg, Miss P. R., 45 West nth St., New York, N. Y. (61). 
Kavanagh, Thomas J., Superintendent, American Sugar Refining Co., 

Jersey City, N. J. (56). C 
Kawin, Chas. C, 507-40 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
*Kay, Geo. Frederick, Professor of Petrology and Economic Geology, 

Iowa City, Iowa. (57). 1910. E 
Kay, James I., 5440 Forbes St., Pittsburg, Pa. (51). D I 
Kayser, William, 26 East Anglaize St., Wapakoneta, Ohio. (58). F G 
Kearfott, W. D., Montclair, N. J. (54). F 
♦Kearney, Thomas H., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (47). 1902. G 
Kebler, Lyman F., U. S. Dejjartment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(60). C 
Keeler, Mrs. Charles E., 212-213 Miller Bldg., North Yakima, Wash. 

(60). C 
♦Keen, William W., M. D., 1729 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). 

1910. K 
Keep, Josiah, Mills College, Cal. (60). E L 
*Keep, Wm. John, 753 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. (37). 1897. D 
Keffer, Frederic, M. E., Greenwood, B. C, Canada. (60). D 
Kehew, Mrs. Mary Morton, 29a Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Keilholtz, Pierre Otis, Consulting Engineer, Continental Trust Building, 

Baltimore, Md. (50). D 
Keim, Edward Tudor, E. E., Superintendent, American District Tel. Co., 

Denver, Colo. (50). DEF 
*Keith, Arthur, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60). 1910. E 
Keith, John Meiggs, San Jose, Costa Rica, C. A. (54). G I 
♦Keith, Miss Marcia A., 116 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (46). 1906. 

ABD 
Keith, Simeon C, Jr., 88 Broad St , Boston, Mass. (60). F 
Keith, Stanley, care Keith Bros. & Co., 239 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 

111. (58). 
Keitt, Thomas Ellison, Clemson College, S. C. (60). C 
♦Keller, Edward, Ph. D., Box 363, Perth Amboy, N. J. (50). 1904. C 
Keller, Emil E., 1009 The Pasedena, Detroit, Mich. (51). B C D E 
Keller, Frederick C, M. D., 41 West 71st St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Keller, George J., 191 Avon Ave., Newark, N. J. (58). F 
♦Kellerman, Karl Frederic, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department 

of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (58). 1909. G 
Kelley, Frank J., 900 North 41st St., Philadelphia, Pa. (61). F 
Kelley, George Leslie, 272 Main St., Everett, Mass. (58). C 
Kelley, Morriss De Witt, M. D., La Grange, Ky. (60). K 
Kelley, Walter P., Chemist, Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Honolulu, Hawaii. (58). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Kelley, William Datus, C. E., 45 East 42d St., New York, N. Y. (60) . D 
♦Kellicott, Wm. E., Ph. D., Professor of Biology, The Woman's College, 

Baltimore, Md. (57). 1909. F 
Kellogg, Edward L., M. D., 104 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (60) . K 
Kellogg, J. Wilford, State Laboratory of Hygiene, Raleigh, N. C. (58). 
Kellogg, John Harvey, M. D., Superintendent, Battle Creek Sanitarium, 

Battle Creek, Mich. (24). C H I K 
♦Kellogg, Vernon Lyman, Professor of Entomology, Leland Stanford 

Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (50). 1901. F H 
Kelly, Edward H., M. D., Ironwood, Mich. (60). K 
Kelly, Edward O. G., U. S. Entomological Laboratory, Wellington, Kans. 

(55). F 
Kelly, F. M., M. D., Needles, Cal. (60). K 
Kelly, Harry McCormick, Professor of Biology, Cornell College, Mt. 

Vernon, Iowa. (60). F 
Kelly, Henry A., 33 Central Park, W., New York, N. Y. (60). F 
*Kelly, Howard A., M. D., 1418 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Md. (60). 

1910. K 
Kelly, John P., Ph. D., Consulting Electrical Engineer, 284 West Housa- 

tonic St., Pittsfield, Mass. (50). D 
Kelly, William, E. M., General Manager, Pennsylvania Iron Mining Co., 

Vulcan, Mich. (50). D E 
Kelman, John H., M. E., 194 Lefferts Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Kelsey, James A., Dunlap, Iowa. (49). 

Kelvey, Charles W., Attorney-at-Law, 49 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
♦Kemp, George T., M. D.. Ph. D., Hotel Beardsley, Champaign, 111. (52). 

1906. K 
*Kemp, James Furman, Professor of Geology, Columbia University, New 

York, N. Y. (36). 1888. E 
Kempton, Charles Walter, E. M., 29 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (54). E 
♦Kendall, William Converse, Bureau of Fisheries, U. S. Department of 

Commerce and Labor, Washington, D. C. (52). 1906. F KL 

♦Kendrick, Arthur, 45 Hunnewell Ave., Newton, Mass. (45). 1897. B 

Kenefick, Joseph A., M. D., 78 East 54th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 

Kenerson, William H., M. E., 100 Morris Ave., Providence, R. I. (60). D 

Kennedy, Frank Lowell, Assistant Professor of Drawing and Machine 

Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (50). D 
Kennedy, George Golding, M. D., Readville, Mass. (40). EG 
Kennedy, Harris, M. D., 286 Warren St., Roxbury, Mass. (40). E F 
Kennedy, Jeremiah Joseph, C. E., 52 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Kennedy, Mary Elizabeth, Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass. 

(54). G 
Kennedy, Willard J., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Iowa State College, 

Ames, Iowa. (61). 
♦Kennelly, Arthur Edwin, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (50). 1901. ABC 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Kenney, Miss C. Belle, Quincy Mansion School, Wollaston, Mass. (58). 

ABC E L 
Kent, G. H., i Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 

Kent, James Martin, Instructor in Steam and Electricity, Manual Train- 
ing High School, Kansas City, Mo. (50). B D L 
*Kent, Norton Adams, Ph. D., Boston University, Boston, Mass. (50). 

1906. A 
♦Kent, William, 49 Union St., Montclair, N. J. (26). 1881. DL 
Kenyon, Oscar Curtis, no Lancaster Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. (50). B 
Kenyon, Wm. Houston, 49 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). BIL 
Keppel, Frederic Paul, Secretary, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

(51). L 
Keppel, Herbert G., Professor of Mathematics, University of Florida, 

Gainesville, Fla. (60). A 
Keppler, Rudolph, 28 West 70th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Kern, Frank Dunn, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. (54). 1909. 6 
Kern, John H., M. D., 1317 Madison St., St. Louis, Mo. (53). K 
Kern, Josiah Quincy, Ph. D., 1825 F St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (40). I 
*Kerr, Abram Tucker, M. D., Professor of Anatomy, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (52). 1906. F K 
Kerr, Charles Henry, American Optical Co., Southbridge, Mass. (58). 

CE 
Kerr, Henry, Le Grand, California. (61). L 
*Kerr, William Jasper, President, Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, 

Oregon. (52). 1906. A 
*Kershner, Jefferson E., Ph. D., 445 West Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa. 

(29). 1883. C E 
Kesler, John Louis, Professor of Biology, Baylor University, Waco, Tex. 

(51). FGK 
*Kester, Fred Edward, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. (48). 1906. 

B 
Ketchum, Milo Smith, Dean of College of Engineering and Professor of 

Civil Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. (58). A D L 
*Keyes, Chas. R., 944 Fifth Ave., Des Moines, Iowa. (58). 1910. E 
*Keyser, Cassius Jackson, Ph. D., Head, Department of Mathematics, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. A 
Keyser, R. Brent, Keyser Building, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Keyte, I. Allen, Marshall, Mo. (60). A C 

Khuon, Edwin, M. D., 1927 Central Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Kibbe, Ralph M., 582 Jackson St., Milwaukee, Wis. (58). C 
Kidder, Alfred Franklin, Assistant Professor of Agronomy, College of 

Agriculture, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. (58). E G 
Kidder, Nathaniel T., Milton, Mass. (60). 

Kier, Samuel Martin, E. E., 341 6th Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). D 
*Kilgore, Benjamin Wesley, State Chemist, Raleigh, N. C. (52). 1906. C 
Killeen, John F., Ph. D., 215 Telegraph Ave., Oakland, Cal. (60). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Kimball, Arthur Lalanne, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Amherst College, 
Amherst, Mass (50). 1901. B 
Kimball, Edwin Boyce, 209 Hillside Ave., Piedmont Station, Oakland, 

Cal. (50). D E 
Kimball, Horatio G., Chatham, N. J. (57). 
Kimball, James Henry, U. S. Weather Bureau, Richmond, Va. (51). 

ABE 
Kimball, Sumner I., General Superintendent, Life Saving Service, U. S. 

Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. (49). H I 
Kincaid, Trevor, University of Washington, Seattle, "Wash. (60). F 
*Kindle, Edward M., Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(50). 190S. E 
♦King, Albert F. A., M. D., LL. D., 1315 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., 

Washington, D. C. (29). 1900. F H K L 
*King, Arthur Scott, Ph. D., Superintendent, Physical Laboratory, Mt. 
Wilson Solar Observatory, Pasadena, Cal. (60). 19 10. B 
King, Charles Lee, M. D., 70 South Euclid Ave., Pasadena, Cal. (60). K 
*King, Cyrus A., Ph. D., 661 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (50). 1904. 
G 
King, Edward S., Harvard College Observatorj', Cambridge, Mass. (60) 
AB 
*King, Franklin Hercus, 1540 University Ave., Madison, Wis. (32). 

T892. B E 
*King, Helen Dean, Ph. D., Wistar Institute of Anatomy, 36th St. and 
Woodland Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1908. F 
King, Irving, Ph. D., State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 

(58). HL 
*King, W. F., Chief Astronomer, Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 

Canada. (55). 1908. A 
♦Kingsbury, Albert, 219 Stratford Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (43). 1898. D 
♦Kingsbury, Benj. F., Cornell LTniversity, Ithaca, N. Y. (45). 1899. F 
♦Kingsbury, Joseph T., President and Professor of Chemistry, University 

of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. (57). 1909. C 
♦Kingsley, John Sterling, Professor of Biology, Tufts College, Mass. (52). 
1904. F 
Kinner, Hugo, M. D., 1103 Rutger St., St. Louis, Mo. (21). F H K 
Kinney, Francis S., The Essex, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Kinney, Frank F., E. E., 84 Market St., Chicago, 111. (60). D 
♦Kinnicut, Francis P., M. D., 39 East 35th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1909. K 
♦Kinnicut, Dr. Leonard Parker, Director, Department of Chemistry, 
W^orcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass. (28). 1883. C 
Kinsey, Oliver P., Vice-President, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, 

Ind. (58). I 
Kinsler, John H., U. S. Department of Agriculture, AA'ashington, D. C 

(52). G 
♦Kinsley, Carl, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (47). 1903. B 

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MEMBERS AND PELLOWS. 

Kinsley, M. H., Superintendent of Schools, Hudson Co., 808 Hudson St., 

Hoboken, N. J. (60). L 
Kinsman, David N., M. D., American Savings Bank Bldg., Columbus, 
Ohio. (60). K 
*Kinyoun, Joseph J, M. D., 1423 Clifton St., Washington, D. C. (51). 
1903. K 
Kipper, H. Brunswick, Ph. D., care of Semet-Solvay Company, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. (60). C 
Kirby, Cuthbert M., 616 West Main St., Lead, South Dak. (58). C 
Kirby, Gustavus T., 2 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (54). B D 
Kirby, I. Henry, C. E., Roslyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Kirk, Charles T., Ph. D., 318 Lake St., Madison, Wis. (61). 
Kirk, Edward C, 554 South Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. (54). 
Kirk, Edwin, 2108 H St. N.W., Washington, D.C. (57)- EF 
KiRKHAM, Stanton Davis, Canandaigua, N. Y. (61). 
Kirkham, William Barri, Ph. D., Instructor of Biology, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. (60). F 
Kirkland, Archibald, 78 High St., Irvine, Ayrshire, Scotland. (56). C 
*Kirkpatrick, Edwin Asbury, State Normal School, Fitchburg, Mass. 
(49). 1905. H I 
Kirkpatrick, Samuel, M. D., Selma, Ala. (51). K 
*Kirkwood, Joseph Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Botany and Forestry, 

University of Montana, Missoula, Mont. (51). 1905. 6 
*Kirschmann, August, Ph. D., University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 
(50). 1901. H 
Kissell, Mary Lois, American Museum of Natural History, New York, 

N. Y. (58). H 
Kite, George Lester, M. D., Instructor in Biology, State Normal School, 

Farmville, Va. (60). F 
Kite, Miss Rebecca, 7 Alveston St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. (61). F 
Kitsee, Dr. Isador, E. E., 209 Walnut Place, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 
Kittredge, Harvey Gay lord, Box 905, Dayton, Ohio. (58). C 
Klamt, Augustus J., E. M., Drawer i, Rhyolite, Nev. (58). D 
Klaus, Carl F., 2148 West 22d St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Klein, Arthur AVarner, M. E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. (60). D 
Klein, Edward Nichols Emil, 135 14th St., College Point, N. Y. (56). 

CG 
EUiener, Israel Simon, Richardson Chemistry Building, Tulane University, 

New Orleans, La. (57). C K 
Klepetko, Frank, Room 1707, 42 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). 
Kletzsch, Gustave A., M. D., 453 Cass St., Milwaukee, Wis. (51). K 
Klie, G. H. Chas., M. D., 5100 North Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. (39). 

CFK 
Kline, Irvin Eugene, Blair Academy, Blairstown, N. J. (58). A B L 
Klipphahn, Emil O. E., E. E., Dobbins, Cal. (60). D 
*Klotz, Otto Julius, 437 Albert St., Ottawa, Canada. (38). 1889. A 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Kluegel, Charles Henry, C. E-, Hilo, Hawaii. (60). D 
Knab, Frederick, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (53). F 
Knapp, Alfred Averill, M. D., Brimfield, 111. (51). K 
Knapp, Arthur, Houma, La. (61). 
*Knapp, Hon. Martin Augustus, LL. D., Interstate Commerce Commission, 
Washington, D. C. (52). 1904. I 
Knaus, Warren, McPherson, Kans. (58). F 
Kneeland, Frederick Revell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. (58). B C 
Knight, Arthur I,., M. D., 601 1 Main St., Madisonville, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(60). K 
♦Knight, Prof. Charles M., 129 South Union St., Akron Ohio. (29). 

1904. B C 
Knight, Cyril W., E. M., Bureau of Mines, Parliament Buildings, Toronto, 

Ontario, Canada. (58). D 
Knight, Lee Irving, Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson College, S. C. 

(60). G 
*Knipp, Charles Tobias, Ph. D., 913 West Nevada St., Urbana, 111. (46). 

1900. B 
Knoll, Lloyd Monroe, 3262 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (61). 
*Knopf, S. Adolphus, M. D., 16 West 95th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1909. K 
*Knower, Henry McElderry, Ph. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of 

Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (52). 1905. F K 
Knowlton, A. A., University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. (60). 
Knowlton, Frank P., M. D., Professor of Physiology, Syracuse Uni- 
versity Medical College, Syracuse, N. Y. (58). K 
Knowlton, John G. W., M. D., Exeter, N. H. (60). K 
Knox, Miss Alice A., 10 Watchung Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. (60). G 
Knox, Francis Henry, E. E-, Spartansburg, S. C. (50). A B C D 
Knox, Geo. Piatt, Assistant Superintendent of Instruction, St. Louis 

Public Schools, St. Louis, Mo. (53). I L 
Knox, Rev. George William, Professor of Philosophy and History of 

Religion, Union Theological Seminary, New York, N. Y. (55). H I 
Knox, Henry Hobart, E. M., 82 Beaver St., New York, N. Y. (50). 

DE 
Knox, James H. M., Jr., M. D., 804 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 

K 
*Kober, Geo. Martin, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Hygiene, 1819 QSt. N. W., 

Washington, D. C. (40). 1896. H K 
Koch, Ernest Herman, Jr., Maplewood, N. J. (58). ADL 
Koch, Julius A., Ph. D., Bluff and Pride Sts., Pittsburg, Pa. (58). 

BCK 
*Koch, Waldemar, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Pharmacology, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (53). 1906. CK 
Koelker, William F., 625 Mendota Court, Madison, Wis. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Koenig, Adolph, M. D., 1 1 1 1 Westinghouse Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 

FGK 
♦Kofoid, Charles Atwood, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. (48). 1899. F 
Kohler, Henry L., 3333 Nebraska Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (60). C 
Kohlsaat, John E. C, 1739 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). 

EFG 
Kolbenheyer, Frederick, M. D., 2006 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(51). K 
*Kollock, Miss Lily G., University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (57). 1909. C 
Kong, Dr. S. T., E. M., Gen. Mgr., Imperial Smelting Works, Changsha, 

China. (61). D 
Kornhauser, Sidney I., 44 College House, Cambridge, Mass. (61). F 
Korssell, Glaus F. P., M. D., 5502 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Kortright, Frederic Lawrence, Professor of Chemistry, West Virginia 
University, Morgantown, W. Va. (55). 1908. C 
Kotinsky, Jacob, R. F. D. No. 4, Moorestown, N. J. (58). F I 
Kotz, Adam L., M. D., 32 South 4th St., Easton, Pa. (58). K 
Koues, Miss Elizabeth L., 211 West i02d St., New York, N. Y. (41). I 
Kovarik, Alois F., Physical Laboratory, University of Manchester, 

Manchester, England. (58). B 
Kower, Hermann, C. E., University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (58). D 
*Kraemer, Henry, Ph. D., 145 North loth St., Philadelphia, Pa. (47). 

1901. G 
*Kraus, Edward Henry, Ph. D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
(50). 1906. C E 
Krause, Otto H., Prospect Ave., Hackensack, N. J. (50). B C D E 
Krauss, Frederick G., Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (58). G 
Krauss, Victor P., 2847 Bainbridge Ave., Bedford Park, New York, N. Y. 

(60). C 
Krecsy, Prof. B61a, vi Bulyovsky u. 26, Budapest, Hungary. (41). CL 
♦Kremers, Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (47). 1901. C 
Kress, Otto, 438 West ii6th St., New York, N. Y. (58). C 
Kress, Palmer J., M. D., 24 South Seventh St., Allentown, Pa. (51). K 
Kressmann, Fred W., 210 East Clark St., Champaign, III. (60). C 
Kretz, Walter C, Ph. D., 1115 West State St., Trenton, N. J. (54)- A D 
Kribs, Herbert Guy, Ph.D., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. (53). F 
*Kroeber, Alfred L., Ph. D., Affiliated Colleges, San Francisco, Cal. (47). 
1901. H 
Kroeck, Louis Samuel, College Park, San Jose, Cal. (60). 
Krohn, William O., M. D., Ph. D., Hejrworth Building, Chicago, 111. 

(60). K 
Krummel, Louis C, M. E., CHnton, Conn. (58). D 
Kudlich, Herman C, 299 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Kuehne, John Matthias, 716 West 23d St., Austin, Tex. (58). B 

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• MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Kuh, Sydney, M. D., 103 State St., Chicago, 111. (54). H K 

Kummel, Henry Barnard, Ph. D., State Geologist of New Jersey, Trenton, 

N.J. (58). E 
Kummer, Frederic Arnold, C. E., President, United States-Wood Pre- 
serving Co., 29 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (51). D 
Kunerth, William, 304 East Boone St., Ames, Iowa. (61). 
Kunhardt, Wheaton B., 100 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (49). D 
*Kunkel, Beverly Waugh, Ph. D., Sheffield Biological Laboratory, Yale 

University, New Haven, Conn. (55). 1909. F 
*Kunz, George Frederick, Ph. D., 401 Cathedral Parkway, New York, 
N. Y. (29). 1883. E H 
Kunze, Edward Joseph, M. E., Instructor in Steam and Gas Engineering, 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (57). B D L 
Kupfer, Elsie M., M. D., 44 West 97th St., New York, N. Y. (60). G K 
Kutchin, Mrs. Harriet Lehmann, 527 Ford St., Missoula, Mont. (58). K 
*Lachman, Arthur, Ph. D., 3037 Wheeler St., Berkeley, Cal. (50). 1901. 

CDK 
*Ladd, Edwin Fremont, Professor of Chemistry, Agricultural College, 
Fargo, N. Dak. (36). 1889. C 
Ladd, George Trumbull, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Philosophy, Yale 

University, New Haven, Conn. (60). H 
Ladd, James B., Real Estate Trust Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). D 
*La Fetra, Linnaeus Edford, M. D., 113 East 6ist St., New York, N. Y. 

. (50). 1906. F H K 
*Laflamme, Prof. J. C. K., Laval University, Quebec, Canada. (29). 

1887. EG 
*LaFlesche, Francis, 214 First St. S.E., Washington, D.C. (33). 1885. H 
Lagai, George, Ph. D., Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. (58). C F G K L 
Lahee, Fred. H., 44 Langdon St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Lahey, Frank H., M. D., 827 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Laird, Elizabeth Rebecca, Professor of Physics, Mount Holyoke College, 
South Hadley, Mass. (56). 1906. B 
Laird, George A., E. M., San Pedro, Chihuahua, Mexico. (60). D 
Lake, Edward N., E. E., 321 Center St., Wheaton, 111. (60). D 
Lake, William Mac, M. D., Silver City, New Mexico. (60). K 
Lakey, Roland Treiber, 17 Fulton Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (60). C 
*Lamb, Daniel Smith, M. D., 2114 i8th St. N W., Washington, D. C. 
(40). 1894. H 
Lamb, Ernest Avery, C. E., 474 Madison Ave., Albany, N. Y. (60). D 
Lamb, Geo. Franklin, Professor of Biology, Mt. Union College, Alliance, 

Ohio. (57). F 
Lamb, Robert Scott, M. D., The Cecil, 15th and L Sts., Washington, D. C. 

(60). K 
Lamb, William Alfred, C. E., U. S. Geological Survey, Helena, Mont. 

(60). D E 
*Lambert, Alexander, M. D., 36 East 31st St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
1908. K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Lambert, Preston A., Professor of Mathematics, Lehigh University, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. (41). 1896. A 
*Lambert, Samuel Waldron, M. D., Dean, College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons, New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. K 
Lampard, Henry, 51 Hallowell St., Westmont, Quebec, Canada. (40). 

CDE 
Lanahan, Mrs. Annie S., The Washington, Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Lanahan, Joseph A., M. D., 99 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y. (60). K 
Lancaster, Walter Beckett, M. D., Amherst, Mass. (51). K 
Lance, Harold B., 2768 Bainbridge Ave., Bronx, New York, N. Y. (57). 
DFG 
♦Land, William Jesse Goad, Assistant in Botany, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (52). 1904. G 
*Landacre, Francis Leroy, Professor of Zoology and Entomology, Ohio 

State University, Columbus, Ohio. (53) 1906. F 
*Landes, Henry, Professor of Geology, University of Washington, Seattle, 

Wash. (51). 1903. E 
♦Landis, Prof. W. W., Dickinson College, CarHsle, Pa. (50). 1906. A 
Landman, Otto, M. D., 230 Michigan St., Toledo, Ohio. (60). K 
Landon, Francis G., Staatsburg, N. Y. (50). 
*Landreth, Olin Henry, C. E., Professor of Engineering, Union College, 
Schenectady, N. Y. (28). 1883. D 
Landrum, Robt. Dallas, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of 
Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (58). C D L 
*Lane, Alfred Church, Ph. D., State Geologist, Lansing, Mich. (50). 
1902. E 
Lane, Earl Carlton, Chang-Sha, Hunan Province, China. (60). C 
Lane, Gardiner Martin, 44 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Lane, Henry Higgins, Professor of Zoology, University of Oklahoma, 

Norman, Okla. (55). 1910. FG 
Lane, Horace Manley, M. D., Caixa 14, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America. 

(46). KL 
Lane, J. Harold, 39 Catawba St., Boston, Mass. (60). C 
Lang, John Frederick, M. D., 933 West Fayette St., Baltimore Md. 

(60). K 
Lange, John D., Room 305, 47 West 42d St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

D I L 
Langeloth, Jacob, P. O. Box 957, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Langenbeck, Karl, 776 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (39). 1896. C 
Langguth, J. William, 1828 Arthur Ave., Bronx, New York, N. Y. (60.) 

A 
Langland, James, Daily News Office, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Langley, O. Velpeau, M. D., Camp Hill, Ala. (60). K 
*Langmann, Gustav A., M. D., 121 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (39). 
1907. G K 
Langmuir, Irving, Gen. Electric Co., Schenectady, N, Y. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*I,angsdorf, Alexander Suss, Dean, School of Engineering and Professor of 

Electrical Engineering, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. (50). 

1904. B D 
*Langworthy, Charles Ford, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (56). 1908. C 
Lankford, Henry M., M. D., Leavenworth, Kans. (60). K 
Lankford, John S., M. D., San Antonio, Tex. (60). K 
Lansing, John Ernest, Hobart College, Geneva, N. Y. (52). C E 
Lansingh, Van Rensselaer, E. E., 50 Church St., New York, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Lantz, Miss Willie A., Teacher of Science, Woman's College, Frederick, 

Md. (54). FG 
*Lanza, Gaetano, Professor of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (29). 1882. A B D 
Laramy, Robert Edward, Superintendent of Schools, 511 Gay St., Phoenix- 

ville. Pa. (51). EH 
Larchar, Arthur B., Great Works, Me. (58). C 
*Larkin, Edgar L., Director, Lowe Observatory, Echo Mountain, Cal. 

(51). 1903- A 
Larkin, John Charles, M. D., Hillsboro, Ohio. (54). K 
Larned, Charles W., 1327 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Larned, S. J., 203 Washington St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Larner, Chester W., M. E., Wellman-Seaver-Morgan Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). D 
Larrabee, Austin P., 548 Mathewson Ave., Wichita, Kansas. (54). F 
Larsen, L. David, H. S. P. A. Experiment Station, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(60). G 
Larson, Ole S., care Scandinavian American Bank, Seattle, Wash. (58). 
*Lasch^, Alfred J. M., 629 28th St., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). 1910. C 
Lass, W. P., E. M., Treadwell, Alaska. (60). D 
Lathbury, B. Brentnall, C. E., 15 Mt. Vernon Place, West, Baltimore, 

Md. (51). D 
Lathrop, Bryan, 75 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Lathrop, Moses Craft, M. D., 16 St. John St., Dover, N. H. (60). K 
Latta, James Edward, Teacher of Physics, University of N. C, Chapel 

Hill, N. C. (54)- B 
Latta, John Milton, M. D., 115 North Lawrence Ave., Wichita, Kans. 

(54). HIK 
Lauder, George, 7403 Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 
Laughlin, Charles E., M. D., Superintendent, South Indiana Hospital for 

Insane, Evansville, Ind. (58). D H I K 
Laughlin, Harry Hamilton, State Normal School, Kirksville, Mo. (60). F 
Lauman, George Nieman, Assistant Professor of Rural Economy, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (50). I L 
Laurens, Henry, 1727 Cambridge St., Cambridge, Mass. (61). F 
Lavagnino, G., E. M., 593 East California St., Pasadena, Cal. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Layers, Enoch C, Ph. D., Box 376, Pen Argyl, Pa. (54). A L 
Lavery, Charles J., M. D., Fort Pierre, S. D. (60). K 
*Laves, Kurt, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Astronomy, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. A 
Law, Benedict W., Collins, N. Y. (45). E 
La Wall, Charles H., Analytical and Consulting Chemist, 39 South loth 

St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). C 
Lawbaugh, Elmer Arthur, 716 Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon. 

(52). K 
Lawford Jasper M., 718 North Howard St., Baltimore, Md. (58). F 
*Lawrence, A. E., 53 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. (49). 1906. B 
Lawrence, Florus F., M. D., Chief of Staff and Surgeon, Lawrence Hos- 
pital, Columbus, Ohio. (53). K 
Lawrence, George Alfred, M. D., 675 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(57). HK 
♦Lawrence, Harry E., University of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. (44). 

1906. B 
Lawrence, James W., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, State Agricul- 
tural College, Fort Collins, Colo. (50). D 
Lawrence, William Evans, Instructor in Botany, Oregon Agricultural 

College, Corvallia, Ore. (60). G 
Lawrie, Harold N., E. M., 622 Worcester Building, Portland, Oregon. 

(58). D 
*Lawson, Andrew C, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. (50). 1901. E 
Lawton, William Henry, C. E., 24 Bellevue Ave., Newport, R. I. (60). D 
Lay, Henry Champlin, C. E., E. M., U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, 

Telluride, Colo. (50). E 
Laycock, Miss Mary J., Watseka, III. (60). A 
Lazell, Ellis W., Ph. D., care A. S. Spackman Engineering Co., 42 North 

i6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). C 
*Lazenby, William R., Professor of Forestry, Ohio State University, 

Columbus, Ohio. (30). 1882. GIL 
Lea, Charles M., 708 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 
*Leach, Mary F., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Western College, Oxford, 

Ohio. (44). 1896. C F K 
Leaf, Carl E., 5144 North Spaulding Ave., Winnemac Station, Chicago, 

111. (60). C 
Leal, Manuel T., M. D., 1120 Farragut St., Laredo, Tex. (58). K 
*Leaming, Edward, 437 West 59th St., New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. C 
Leary, Timothy, M. D., Tufts College Medical School, Boston, Mass. 

(60). K 
Leavenworth, Chas. Stanley, Hamden, Conn. (58). C K 
Leavenworth, William S., Olivet College, Olivet, Mich. (60). C 
*Leavitt, Frank M., M. E., 133 Plymouth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (51). 

1904. D 
*Leavitt, Miss Henrietta S., 641 Chm-ch St., Beloit, Wis. (55). 1907. A 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Le Baron, John Francis, C. E., E. M., Ipswich, Mass. (51). 1903. 

D E F H 
*Le Brun, Mrs. Michel M., 8 Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. (35). 
1892. G 
he Clear, Thomas, care Eraser & Co., 563 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(58). C 
Le Clerc, J. Arthur, Ph. D., Bureau of Chemistr)', U. S. Department of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (58). C G 
Le Conte, Louis Julian, C. E., P. O. Box 482, Oakland, Cal. (51). D 
Le Conte, Robert Grier, M. D., 1625 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 

K 
*Le Count, E. R., M. D., 6026 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. K 
*Ledoux, Albert R., Ph. D., 99 John St., New York, N. Y. (26). 1881. 

CD 
Lee, Blewett, i Park Row, Chicago, 111. (58). H I 
*Lee, Edwin, Professor of Chemistr>% Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. 
(53). 1908. C 
Lee, Ernest Eugene, E. E., Assistant Engineer, Isthmian Canal Com- 
mission, Culebra, C. Z. (60). B D 
*Lee, Frederic Schiller, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, X. Y. (49). 1901. K 
Lee, Marguerite Thouron, 66 West 95th St., New York, N. Y. (60). A F 
Lee, Oliver J., Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin. (61). A 
*Lee, Thomas G., M. D., Professor of Histology and Embryology, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (55). 1907. FK 
*Lee, Prof. \\'illis Thomas, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(47). 1903. E 
Leeds, Alexander B., M. D., Chickasha, Okla. (58). K 
Leeds, Charles Carley, 5508 Elmer St., Pittsburg, Pa. (58). A D 
*Leeds, Morris E., 4901 Stenton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1906. D 
*Lefavour, Henry, Ph. D., LL. D., President, Simmons College, Boston, 

Mass. (42). 1894. I L 
*Le Fevre, Egbert, M. D., 52 West 56th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1909. K L 
*Lefevre, George, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of Missouri, 
Columbia, Mo. (55). 1908. F 
Leffler, Burton Rutherford, C. E., 4409 Franklin Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 
(58). D 
*LeGras, Gustave, Associate Professor of Mathematics, College of the City 
of New York, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. A I L 
Lehman, Meyer H., 667 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
♦Lehmer, Derrick Norman, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, 

University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (60). 1910. A 
*Leidy, Joseph, Jr., M. D., 1319 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1906. 

K 
Leighton, Joseph Alexander, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Hobart 
College, Geneva, N. Y. (60). H 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Leith, Charles Kenneth, Professor of Economic and Structural Geology, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (53). 1906. E 

Leitz, Ernst, 30 East i8th St., New York, X. Y. (60). 

Leiand, George A., M. D., 354 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (58). 

K 
*Leland, Ora Miner, Assistant Professor of Astronomy and Geodesy, Cor- 
nell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (54). 19 10. A B D L 

Leman, William T., P. O. Box 900, St. Louis, Mo. (58). BCDE 

Lemley, C. McC, C. E., Assistant Engineer, B. & O. R. R. Co., Morgan- 
town, W. Va. (51). 

Lemon, James S., Ph. D., 31 Park St., Gardner, Mass. (52). H 

Leng, Charles William, 437 Columbia St., West New Brighton, Staten 

Island, N. Y. (54). F 
*Lengfeld, Felix, Ph. D., Consulting and Manufacturing Chemist, 1804 

Fillmore St., San Francisco, Cal. (51). 1904 C 
*Lenher, Victor, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. (52). 1904. C 

Lenk, Walter S., care Lenk Wine Co., West Toledo, Ohio. (60). C 

Lennes, Nels Johann, Mass. Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
(60). A 
*Lennon, Prof. William H., State Normal School, Brockport, N. Y. (31). 
1894. C H 

Leof, Morris V., M. D., 1700 North Franklin St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
(60). K 
*Leonard, Arthur Gray, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of North 
Dakota, University, N. D. (58). 1910. E 

Leonard, Heman Burr, Ph. D., University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 
(60). A 

Leonard, John William, Editor, "Who's Who in America," 900 Ogden 
Ave., New York, N. Y. (51). I 

Leonard, Ward H., M. D., 608 Southwest Boulevard, Kansas City, Mo. 
(60). K 

Lerche, William, M. D., Lowry Arcade, St. Paul, Minn. (60). K 

Lesh, B., 1445 East 40th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). D 

Lesher, Arthur L., 670 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 

Lesley, Robert W., 604 Pennsylvania Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). C 

Leslie, George L., Director, Psychological Clinic, Los Angeles City Schools, 
Health Department, Los Angeles, Cal. (58). H 

Lester, Oliver Clarence, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Colo- 
rado, Boulder, Colo. (58). AB 

Leuba, Prof. James H., Psychological Laboratory, Bryn Mawr College, 
Bryn Mawr, Pa. (58). H 

*Levene, Phoebus Aaron Theodore, M. D., 230 West 139th St., New York, 
N. Y. (53) 1906. C K 

Levensaler, Lewis A., E. M., Kennecott, via Valdez, Alaska. (60). D 

*Leverett, Frank, 312 North Thayer St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (37). 1891. 
EHI 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Leverett, George V., 66 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Leverson, Montague Richard, M. D., 927 Grant Ave., Bronx, New York, 

N. Y. (54). F H I K L 
Levin, A. M., M. E., 910 Monadnock Building, Chicago, 111. (60). D 
*Levy, Ernest C, M. D., 216 Shafer St., Richmond, Va. (54). 1906. C K 
*Lewis, A. B., C. E., Seward, Alaska. (55). 1908. D 
*Lewis, Albert Buell, Field Museum of Natural Historj', Chicago, 111. 
(58). 1909- H 
Lewis, Bertha, M. D., Box 11, Malvern, Pa. (54). I K L 
Lewis, Charles Edward, Ph. D., Experiment Station, Orono, Me. (60). G 
Lewis, Clarence McKenzie, care Wm. Salomon & Co., 25 Broad St., 

New York, N.Y. (47). D 
Lewis, Daniel C, Millville, N. J. (57). C 
*Lewis, E. Percival, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of California, 

Berkeley, Cal. (53). 1905. B 
Lewis, Frederic T., M. D., 76 Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). K 
Lewis, George Smith, 746 State St., Springfield, Mass. (44). G 
*Lewis, Gilbert N., Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. (60). 19 ID. C 
Lewis, Major I. N., U. S. A., Fort Monroe, Va. (58). D 
Lewis, Dr. Isaac McKinney, University of Texas, Austin, Texas. (61), G 
Lewis, Ivey Foreman, Professor of Biology, Randolph-Macon College, 
Ashland, Va. (60). G 
*Lewis, Joseph Volney, Hertzog Hall, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, 
N. J. (45). 1900. C E 
Lewis, Ransome T., C. E., 412 West Clinton St., Elmira, N. Y. (60). D 
Lewis, Robert S., E. M., McGill, Nevada. (60). D 

Lewis, Rollin C. W., M. E., Yale and Towne Manufacturing Co., Stam- 
ford, Conn. (60). D 
*Lewis, Warren H., M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md. (57). 1909. K 
*Lewis, Wilfred, President, The Tabor Manufacturing Co., 5901 Drexel 
Road, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). . 1906. D 
Lewisohn, Adolph, 9 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Lewisohn, Julius A., E. M., 9 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Lewton, Frederick Lewis, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (54). CFG I 
Lewton-Brain, L.J Director, Division of Pathology and Physiology, H. S. 

P. A. Experiment Station, Honolulu, Hawaii. (55). G 
Libbey, Frederick A., 14 East 74th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Libbey, William, Professor of Physical Geography, Princeton, N. J. 

(29). 1887. E 
Libby, George W., M. D., Traders Block, Spokane, Wash. (60). K 
Libman, Emanuel, M. D., 180 East 64th St., New York, xN. Y. (60). K 
Lichtenthaeler, Robert A., R. I. Agric. Exp. Station, Kingston, R. I. 

(58). BCDEFGKL 
Lichthardt, G., Jr., 1800 Capt. Ave., Sacramento, Cal. (50). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELI-OWS. 

Lichty, Daniel, M. D., Masonic Temple, Rockford, 111. (51). K 
Lichty, David Martin, Ph. D., Chemical Laboratory, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

(58). C 

Lichty, John A., M. D., 4634 Fifth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). K 
Lieb, John William, Jr., 57 Duane St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Lieber, Hugo, i Piatt St., New York, N. Y. (53). C 
Liebmann, Charles Joseph, 36 Forrest St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). 
Life, Andrew C, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, Cal. (60). G 
Lightfoot, Thos. Montgomery, Assistant Professor of Physical Science, 

Central High School, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). G 
Lightner, Calvin R., M.D., 23 13 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (53). K 
Lihme, B., Chemical Engineer, La Salle, 111. (57). C 
*Lillie, Frank R., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology and Embryology, L^niver- 

sity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (50). 1901. F 
*Lillie, Ralph S., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 

1909. F K 
Lincoln, Francis Church, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Montana 

School of Mines, Butte, Mont. (57). D E 
Lincoln, John J., E. M., Elkhorn, W. Va. (60). D 
Lindahl, Josua, Ph. D., 5700 Peoria St., Chicago, 111. (55). F 
Lindenkohl, Henry, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(47). E 
*Lindenthal, Gustav, C. E., 45 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. (37). 1891. 

DFi 
*Lindgren, Waldemar, V. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (53). 

1906. E 
Lindley, Curtis H., E. M., 2015 Pacific Ave., San Francisco, Cal. (60). D 
*Lindley, Ernest Hiram, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Indiana Univer- 
sity, Bloomington, Ind. (51). 1905. H 
Lindsay, Alexander M., Rochester, N. Y. (41). 
Lindsay, John D., 34 West nth St., New York, N. Y. (57). 1 
*Lindsay, Samuel McCune, Ph. D., Professor of Social Legislation, Colum- 
bia University, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. I L 
Lindsay, Walter, M. D., Huntington, L. I., N. Y. (60). K 
*Lindsey, Edward, Warren, Pa. (48). 1906. H I 

Lindsey, Joseph B., Ph. D., 47 Lincoln Ave., Amherst, Mass. (58). C K 
Lines, Edwin Fuller, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (54). E 
Linford, James Henry, President, Brigham Young College, Logan, Utah 

_ (52). FG 
*Ling, Charles Joseph, Ph. D., Professor of Physics and Astronomy, 

Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. (50). 1901. AB 
*Ling, George Herbert, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Colum- 
bia University, New York, N. Y. (52). 1906. A 
LiNH.A.RT, Samuel Black, D. D., Secretary and Professor of Biblical 
Literature and Ethics, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (56). 
Link, J. Joseph, M. D., Metropolitan Building, St. Louis, Mo. (58). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Link, Joseph A., M. D., Springfield, Ohio. (60). K 

Link, Theodore Carl, Carleton Building, St. Louis, Mo. (51). B E F G H K 
*Linn, Alvin Frank, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Wittenberg College, 

Springfield, Ohio. (50). 1901. C 
Linney, William H., E. M., 2805 West Mission, Spokane, Wash. (60). D 
*Linton, Edwin, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Washington and Jefferson 

College, Washington, Pa. (51). 1905. F 
*Linville, Henry Richardson, Ph. D., 6 Madison Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. 

(49). 1906. F L 
Lipke, Joseph, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

(58). A 
Lipman, F. L., Vice-President, Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, San 

Francisco, Cal. (58). I 
Lippincott, Warren B., 345 Lafayette St., Denver, Colo. (60). C 
Lisboa, Miguel Arrojado Ribeiro, E. M., Rua Santos Dumond 3, Petro- 

polis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, S. A. (60). D 
Lischer, Benno Edward, M. D., 504 Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

(53). K 
♦Litchfield. Lawrence, M. D., 5431 Fifth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (51). 

1909. K 
*Littell, Frank B., Professor of Astronomy, U. S. Naval Observatory, 

Washington, D. C. (49). 1903. A 
Litterer, William, M. D., care Vanderbilt Medical College, Nashville, Tenn. 

(60). K 
Litterst, Joseph, 203 East Lehman St., Lebanon, Pa. (60). C 
*Little, Arthur D., Chemist, 93 Broad St., Boston, Mass. (54). 1906. C 
Little, C. A., 147 West Bridge St., Elyria, Ohio. (60). C 
Little, Clarence C, Goddard Ave., Brookline, Mass. (61). F 
Little, Homer P., Ph. D., Colby College, Waterville, Me. (61). E 
*Littlehales, G. W., 2132 Le Roy Place, Washington, D. C. (52). 1904. 
ABDE 
Livermore, Thomas Leonard, Jr., E. M., Telluride, Colo. (58). D 
Livermore, Col. William R., U. S. A., Retked, 17 Hereford St., Boston, 
Mass. (61). A B D 
*Livingston, Burton Edward, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. (53). 1906. G 
Livingston, Luther S., Scarsdale, N. Y. (57). 
*Lloyd, Francis Ernest, Professor of Botany, Alabama Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, Auburn, Ala. (48). 1901. G 
*Lloyd, John Uri, Ph. D., care The Lloyd Library, 224 West Court St., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. (38). 1890. CF 
*Lloyd, Morton G., Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1906. A B D I 
Lloyd, Thomas P., M. D., Shreveport, La. (60). K 
Leber, John B., Bryn Mawr, Pa. (57). 
♦Lochhead, .William, Professor of Biology, Macdonald College, Quebec, 
Canada, (51). 1906. FG 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Lockwood, Cornelius Wygant, 917 Madison Ave., Plainfield, N. J- (51)- 

BDL 
Lockwood, Edwin Hoyt, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engi- 
neering, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (50). D 
*Locy, William Albert, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. (58). 1910. F 
Lodholz, Edward, M. D., Demonstrator of Physiology, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (53). K 
Loeb, Hanau W., M. D., 537 North Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 
Loeb, James, P. O. Box 1193, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Loeb, Leo, M. D., Director, Pathological Dept., St. Louis Skin and Cancer 

Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. (51). 1905. F K 
Loeb, Milton Charles, 336 York St., Jersey City, N. J. (60). C 
*Loeb, Morris, Ph. D., 273 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (36). 1889. 

BC 
Loevenhart, A. S., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (60). C F 
*Loew, Oscar, Ph. D., Munchen Hygienic Institute, Miinchen, Germany. 

(49). 1900. K 
*Loewenstein, Louis C, 16 Wolcott Road, Lynn, Mass. (54). 1904. D 
Loewy, Benno, 206 and 208 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (41). 
Logan, Frank G., 2919 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. (42). H 
Loguin, Alexander J., E. E., General Delivery, West Allis Station, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. (58-). D 
Lomb, Adolph, 537 St. Paul St., Rochester, N. Y. (41). 
Lomb, Henry Charles, 281 Barrington St., Rochester, N. Y. (43). B 
♦Lombard, Warren Plimpton, M. D., 805 Oxford Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
(58). 1909. K L 
Long, Francis A., M. D., Madison, Nebr. (60). K 
Long, Henry C, 617 Tremont Building, Boston, Mass. (60). 
Long, J. A., Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, University of Cal., Berkeley, 
Cal. (61). F 
*Long, John Harper, Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University 

Medical School, 2421 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. (41). 1895. C 
Long Morris C, 526 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. (58). H 
Long, William Henry, Jr., North Texas State Normal School, Denton, 

Texas. (50). 
Longaker, Daniel, M. D., 1402 North i6thSt., Philadelphia, Pa. (53). K 
*Longden, A. C, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Knox College, Galesburg, 

111. (49). 1901. B 
*Longstreth, Morris, 1416 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. 
Longyear, Helen McGraw, 155 East 37th St., New York, N. Y. (61). 

B I 
Lonsdale, James, M. D., Dale, Iowa. (60). K 
*Loomis, Elmer Howard, Professor of Physics, Princeton University, 
Princeton, N. J. (54). 1906. B 
Loomis, Frederic B., Ph. D., Assistant in Zoology, Amherst College, 
Amherst, Mass. (50). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Loomis, Seymour C, 69 Church St., New Haven, Conn. (60). I 
Lord, Harold, C. E., Office of Light-House Engineer, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(60). D 
Lord, Herbert Gardiner, Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 

New York, N. Y. (58). H 
Lord, John Prentiss, M. D., 3421 Farnam St., Omaha, Nebr. (55). K 
Lorini, RafTaele, M. D., Hotel del Coronado, Coronado Beach, Cal. 

(60). K 
Lo Sardo, Antonino, 45 West 8th St., New York, N. V. (58). C 
Lothrop, Alfred P., Hartley Hall, 11 20 Amsterdam Ave., New York, 

N. Y. (60). C 
Lotka, Alfred J., Room 308, U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. (60). 

C 
*LouDERBACK, George Davis, University of California Berkeley, Cal. 

(50). 1906. E 
*Lough, Dr. J. E., New York University, Washington Square, New York, 

N. Y. (50). 1901. F I 
Loughlin, Gerald Francis, Ph. D., Instructor in Geology, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (57). E 
*Loughridge, Robert Hills, Ph. D., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 

University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (21). 1874. CE 
Lounsbury, Charles Pugsley, Department of Agriculture, Cape Town, 

South Africa. (52). F 
Lounsbury, William C, Superintendent, Filtration Plant, 1518 Tower Ave., 

Superior, Wis. (58). C 
Louria, Leon, M. D., 249 Hewes St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). K 
Love, A. Cavitt, care Beaumont Irrigation Co., Beaumont, Tex. (58). D 
*Love, Edward G., 80 East 55th St., New York, N. Y. (24). 1882. C 
*Love, James Lee, Lincolnton, N. C. (54). 1906. A 
LovEJoy, Arthur Oncken, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md. (58). H 
Lovejoy, Frank William, M. E., 22 Seneca Parkway, Rochester, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Lovejoy, J. R., Vice-President, General Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

(50). D 
Lovelace, B. F., University, Ala. (60). C 
Loveland, Horace Hall, M. D., Republic, Mich. (51). K 
Lovell, John H., Waldoboro, Me. (58). F G 
*Lovett, Edgar Odell, Ph. D., LL. D., President, The Rice Institute, 

Houston, Tex. (51). 1902. AL 
Low, a. a., Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). A 
*Low, A. P., Geological Sur\'ey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. (60). 1910. E 
Low, Clarence F., care Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co., New 

Orleans, La. (52). FGHIKL 
*Low, Hon. Seth, LL. D., 30 East 64th St., New York, N. Y. (29). 1890. 
Low, Wilson H., 220 South 38th Ave. Omaha, Nebr. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Lowber, James William, Ph. D., LL. D., 113 East i8th St., Austin, Tex. 

(50). 1906. A E H I L 
Lowe, Ephraim Noble, M. D., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, The 

University of Mississippi, University, Miss. (55). E 
Lowe, Houston, V. P., The Lowe Bros. Co., Dayton, Ohio. (52). C I L 
Lowe, Morgan M., M. D., 621 Opelousas Ave., Division A, Algiers, La. 

(55). K 
Lowell, Frederick E., 53 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Lowell, Miss Lucy, The Ludlow, St. James Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Lowell, Percival, LL. D., Professor of Astronomy, Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, Boston, Mass. (36). 1896. A 
Lowell, Russell C, 420 Hope St., Providence, R. I. (51). A D L 
*Lowenstein, Arthur, 513 East 50th St., Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. C 

Lower, William E., M. D., 6810 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (58). K 
*Lowie, Robert H., 1216 Boston Road, Bronx, New York, N. Y. (60). 

1910. H 
Lowman, William R., M. D., Orangeburg, S. C. (60). K 
Lucas, Anthony F., E. M., 1406 i6th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (50). 
D E 
*Lucas, Daniel Ralph, Ph. D., 65 West 83d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
1908. C K 
Lucius, Albert, C. E., 607 Potter Building, 38 Park Row, New York, 

N. Y. (58) D 
Lucke, Charles E-, M. E., Columbia Universitj', New York, N. Y. (60). 

D 
Luckey, Geo. W. A., Ph. D., Professor of Education, University of 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (56). H L 
Ludlow, Clara Southmayd, Ph. D., 603 The Ethelhurst, 15th and L Sts. 
N. W., Washington, D. C. (54). F K 
*Ludlow, Col. Henry Hunt, U. S. A., Coast Artillery Corps, Fort Caswell, 
N. C. (54). 1906. AD 
Ludlow, Col. Jacob Lott, C. E-, Winston-Salem, N. C. (50). A B D 
Luebkert, Otto, American Audit Co., Colorado Building, Washington, 

D. C. (50). G 
Luehrs, Daniel M., M. E., care McCreery Engineering Co., Toledo, Ohio. 
^ (58). D 
Lukens, Herman T., Ph. D., 330 Webster Ave., Chicago, 111. (55). E L 
Lull, Richard S., Amherst, Mass. (43). F H 
Lum, Miss Elizabeth S., Elizabeth, N. J. (57). 
Lumley, W. Alison, M. D., Renville, Minn. (60). K 
Lummis, William, 320 West 107th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Lund, Robert Leathan, 5968 West Cabanne Place, St. Louis, Mo. (53). D 
Lundholm, Eric M., M. D., 677 University Ave., St. Paul, Minn. (58). K 
*Lundin, Carl A. R., care Messrs. Alvan Clark and Sons, Cambridgeport, 

Mass. (47). 1906. A 
*Luquer, Lea Mcllvane, Adjunct Professor of Mineralogy, Columbia L^ni- 
versity. New York, N. Y. (49). 1902. E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Lusk, Graham, Ph. D., ii East 74th St., New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. 
K 
Luther, Miss Agnes Vinton, 151 Scotland Road, South Orange, N. J. 

(47). E 
IvUtman, Benjamin Frankhn, Botanical Department, Vermont Agricul- 
tural Experiment Station, Burlington, Vt. (60). G 
Lutz, Anne M., Cytologist, Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold 
Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. (54). F 
*Lutz, Frank Eugene, Ph. D., American Museum of Natural History, 
New York, N. Y. (53). 1909. F 
Lybrand, Mrs. William M., 362 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. (54). I 
*Lyford, Hon. Edwin F., Springfield, Mass. (33). 1896. BCH 
*Lyle, Col. David Alexander, U. S. A,, care Mr. Frank Berry, Depot 
Quartermaster's Oifice, Philadelphia, Pa. (28). 1880. D 
Lyman, Arthur T., P. O. Box 17 17, Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Lyman, Benj. Smith, E. M., 708 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (15). 
1905. E 
Lyman, Chester Wolcott, International Paper Co., 30 Broad St., New 

York, N. Y. (50). I 
Lyman, David R., M. D., Wallingford, Conn. (60). K 
*Lyman, Elmer A., Professor of Mathematics, Michigan State Normal 

School, Ypsilanti, Mich. (53). 1906. A 
*Lyman, George Richard, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany, Dart- 
mouth College, Hanover, N. H. (57). 1909. G 
Lyman, Henry Herbert, 74 McTavish St., Montreal, Canada. (29). E F 
Lyman, James, E. E., 1038 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. (50). D 
Lyman, James A., Claremont, Cal. (60). C 

Lyman, Rufus Ashley, M. D., University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. 
(60). K 
*Lyman, Theodore, Instructor in Physics, Jefferson Laboratory, Harvard 
Ll^niversity, Cambridge, Mass. (55). 1907. B 
Lynch, William H., Principal, Public Schools, Ozark, Mo. (52). I 
Lynde, Lester E., Andover, Mass. (60). A 
-Lyon, David G., Harvard LTniversity, Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Lyon, Elias Potter, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, St. Louis University 

Medical School, St. Louis Mo. (58). F K L 
Lyon, Harold L., Ph. D., H. S. P. Association, Honolulu, Hawaii. (60). 

K 
Lyon, Leon Elie, C. E., P. O. Box 283, Norfolk, Va. (61). D 
Lyon, Marcus Ward, Jr., 48 V St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (53)- 
Lyon, Ralph Albert, Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Honolulu, Hawaii. (58). C 
Lyon, Scott Cary, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. (55). B C 
Lyon, Thomas Lyttleton, Ph. D., Professor of Experimental Agronomy, 

Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (56). C 
Lyons, Albert Brown, M. D., 72 Brainard St., Detroit, Mich. (50). C6 
*Lyons, Robert E., Professor of Chemistry, LTniversity of Indiana, Bloom- 
ington, Ind. (51). 1906. C 

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MliMBERS AND FBLIvOWS. 

Lythgoe, Hermann C, 501, State House, Boston, Mass. (58). C 
Maas, Philip, Professor of Chemistry, Central High School, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (60). C 
*Mabery, Charles Frederick, Professor of Chemistry, Case School of Applied 

Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (29). 188 1. C 
Mabee, Professor Fred C, care Union College, Alliance, Ohio. (61). C 
McAdam, D. J., Professor of Engineering, Washington and Jefferson Col- 
lege, Washington, Pa. (51). D 
*MacAlister, James, LL. D., President, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (54). 1906. I L 
McAllister, Addams Stratton, Ph. D., 239 West 39th St., New York, 

N. Y. (60). D 
♦McAllister, Cloyd North, Ph. D., Warrensburg, Mo. (52). 1906. H I K 
McArthur, Lewis L., M. D., 4415 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (51). _K 
*McAtee, W. L., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (54). 

1906. F 
McBean, Duncan D., 1107-11 Park Row Building, New York, N. Y. 

(58). D 
McBerty, Frank R., E. E., 186 Weyman Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. (60). 

D 
Macbeth, George Alexander, 717 Amberson Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (50). C 
McBride, Hon. George Wickliffe, Portland, Ore. (51). H 
*McBride, James H., M. D., Pasadena, Cal. (51). 1909. K 
*Macbride, Thomas H., Ph. D., 728 East AVashington St., Iowa City, Iowa. 

(38). 1890. E G 
*McBurney, Chas., M. D., 38 East 31st St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1909. K 
McCalla, Albert, Ph. D., 51 East 22d St., Chicago, 111. (58). A B G 
McCallie, James Park, Ph. D., Highland Park Station, Chattanooga, 

Tenn. (57). A 
♦MacCallum, William George, M. D., 981 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(60). 1910. K 
McCann, Thomas H., C. E., Second National Bank Building, Hoboken, 

N. J. (60). D 
McCarthy, Maurice Lawrence, 30 Maple St., Haverhill, Mass. (58). C D 
*McCaskey, H. D., Chief, Division of Mines, Bureau of Science, Manila, 

P. I. (55). 1907. E 
McCastline, William H., M. D., Instructor in Physical Education, Teachers 

College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (56). K 
McCaughey, Vaughan, Professor of Botany, College of Hawaii, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (58). H I L 
McCaughey, William J., 1503 North Capitol St., Washington, D. C. 

(60). C 
*McCauley, Colonel C. A. H., Assistant Quartermaster-General, U. S. 

Army, care A. T. Lay, Highland Park, 111. (29). 1881. 
McCauley, George Vest, 325 West Dayton St., Madison, Wis. (58). B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*McCaustland, Elmer James, Professor of Civil Engineering, University 

of Washington, Seattle, Wash. (52). 1905. DL 
*McCay, Le Roy Wiley, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, Princeton, N.J. 

(57). 1908. C 
McChord, Robert Caldwell, M. D., Lebanon, Ky. (60). K 
McClellan, E. S., M. D., Saranac Lake, N. Y. (60). K 
*McClellan, John Hancock, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Histology and 

Exnbryolog}', University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). 1910. F K 
McClelland, Jarmes H., M. D., 5th and Wilkins Aves., Pittsburg Pa. 

(50). K 
McClelland, Silas E., M. D., Decatur, 111. (60). K 
*McClendon, Jesse F., Ph. D., Cornell University Medical College, New 

York, N. Y. (57). 1910. F K 
*McClintock, Emory, Ph. D., 32 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (43). 

1895. A 
McClintock, John T., M. D., 230 Fairchild St., Iowa City, Iowa. (58). K 
*McClung, Clarence Erwin, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of 

Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (52). 1908. F 
*McClung, Robert K., Professor of Physics, University of Manitoba, 

Winnipeg, Canada. (56). 1908. B 
McClure, O. D., M. E., Ishpeming, Mich. (60). D 
McClure, Samuel Sidney, 44-60 East 23d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
McCollum, Burton, Assistant Professor of Physics, L'niversity of Kansas, 

Lawrence, Kans. (58). B D 
McCollum, E. v., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58). C 
McConnell, A. H., 626 Winthrop Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). A 
McConnell, Carl P., M. D., 57 Washington St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*McConnell, Guthrie, M. D., 4175 Washington Ave., St. Louis, ]\Io. (58). 

1909. K 
McConnell, Wilbur Ross, Assistant Professor of Zoology, Pennsylvania 

State College, State College, Pa. (57). F 
McCook, John B., M. D., 396 Main St., Hartford, Conn. (60). K 
McCormack, Edgar Walter, C. E., San Ignacio 82, Havana, Cuba. (60). 

D 
McCormack, Joseph N., M. D., Bowling Green, Ky. (60). K 
McCormick, Miss Florence Anna, 5726 Drexel Ave., Chicago, 111. (55). F 
McCormick, Harold F., 108 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
McCormick, Rev. Samuel Black, D. D., LL. D., Chancellor, Uni- 
versity of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (54). 
McCourt, Walter Edw., Head of Department of Geology, Washington 

University, St. Louis, Mo. (57). E 
McCoy, William Merrill, M. D., Wenatchee, Wash. (58). K 
McCracken, Isabel, Ph. D., Stanford University, Cal. (54). F K 
*McCracken, John Henry, Ph. D., LL. D., Syndic of New York University, 

New York, N. Y. (52). 1907. I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

McCracken, William, Ph. D., State Normal School, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

(60). C 
McCraven, Bonner N., 1203 McKinney Ave., Station A, Houston, Tex. 

(60). A 
McCreary, Robert H., 10 Delaware St., Elizabeth, N. J. (60). C 
*McCreath, Andrews., 121 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa. (33). 1889. CE 
McCullough, John Griffith, LL. D., Hall Farm, North Bennington, Vt. 

(57)- 
McCullough, Ernest, C. E., 2147 Sherman Ave., Evanston, 111. (61). D 
McCullough, Lawrence Hugh, Surveyor, Benson, S. C. (54). CG 
McCune, Mary Virginia, M. D., 506 West John St., Martinsburg, W. Va. 

(51). K 
McCurdy, Arthur W., 497 Esquimalt Road, Thorburn, B. C, Canada. 
(52). BCDE 
*McCurdy, Charles William, Ph. D., 331 Witherspoon Building, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (35). 189.5. C K 
*MacCurdy, George Grant, Ph. D., Yale University Museum, New Haven, 

Conn. (48). 1900. H 
MacCurdy, Hansford M., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Alma College, 

Alma, Mich. (51). F G 
McCurdy, Rev. Irwin Pound , D. D., LL. D., 538 So. 49th St., PhUa- 

delphia. Pa. (61 . H I L 
McCutcheon, Thomas P., Jr., Harrison Laboratory, University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). C 
McDaniel, Allen Boyer, Professor of Civil Engineering, Vermilion, S. Dak. 

(58). A D 
McDavitt, Thomas, M. D., St. Paul, Minn. (60). K 
Macdonald, Benjamin J., Lock Box 704, Newburgh, N. Y. (50). I 
McDonald, EUice, M. D., 194 W. 58th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
McDonald, Hugh N., M. D., 329 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). K 
MacDonald, Margaret Baxter, Ph. D., State College, Pa. (58). C 
McDonnell, Curtis C, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (51). C 
*McDonnell, Henry Barnett, M. D., College Park, Md. (40). 1893. C 
McDonough, James Albert, C. K., U. S. Engineer Office, Wheeling, W. Va. 

(60). D 
*MacDougal, Daniel Trembly, Ph. D., LL. D., Desert Botanical Labor- 
atory, Tuscon, Ariz. (44). 1897. G 
*McDougall, Alexander Hiram, Principal, Ottawa Collegiate Institute, 
Ottawa, Canada. (58). 1909. A L 
MacDougall, George R., 131 West 73d St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*MacDougall, Robert, Ph. D., 2258 Aqueduct Ave., New York, N. Y. 
(49). 1901. HKL 
McDowell, Alex. H., 38 Hojikins St., Woodbury, N. J. (58). C 
McDowell, Edward Campbell, care The American Car and Foundry Co., 
Berwick, Pa. (54). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

McDowell, John D., 815 Park Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). A 
*McElfresh, William Edward, Williamstown, Mass. (53). 1906. B 
McElroy, James B., M. D., Porter Bailding, Memphis, Tenn. (60). K 
McEwen, Ernest L., M. D., 2036 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. (60). K 
McFadden, Prof. Louis Hartley, 40 Warder St., Dayton, Ohio. (32). C 
McFadden, Thomas Gilbert, Department of Physics, Jersey City High 

School, Jersey City, N. J. (48). C 
McFarland, A. R., M. E., 609 Willis Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. (58). D 
McFarland, Boynton Wells, Ph. D., 278 Canner St., New Haven, Conn. 

(57). CDL 
*McFarland, David Ford, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of 

Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (58). 19 10. C 
*MacFarland, Frank Mace, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Histology, 

Leland Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (56). 

1910. F K 
♦Macfarlane, Prof. Alexander, 317 ^'ictoria Ave., Chatham, Ontario, 

Canada. (34). 1886. AB 
*Macfarlane, Hon. James R., Judge of Court of Common Pleas. No. i. 

Court House, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 1906. E 
*Macfarlane, John M., Professor of Botany, University of Pennsylvania, 

Philadelphia, Pa. (41). 1899. G 
McGee, Miss Emma R., Farley, Iowa. (33). G 
McGee, John Bernard, M. D., 81 17 Woodland Ave,, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(51) HK 
*McGee, W J, LL. D., Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. (27). 1882. E H 
McGiffert, John R., M. E., care Clyde Iron Works, Duluth, Minn. (60). 

D 
McGill, A., 317 Queen St , Ottawa, Canada. (60). C 
McGill, John A., M. D., 4938 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*McGill, John Thomas, Ph. D., Professor of Organic Chemistry, Vanderbilt 

University, Nashville, Tenn. (36). 188S. C 
MacGillivray, Alexander D., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Entomology 

and Invertebrate Zoology, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (58). F 
McGlannan, Alexius, M. D., 114 West Franklin St., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). K 
McGlone, Bartgis, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, St. John's College, 

Annapolis, Md. (58). F 
♦McGregor, James Howard, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Zoology, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (52). 1905. F 
MacGregor, Walter, M. E., Indiana Harbor, Ind. (60). D 
*McGregory, Joseph Frank, Professor of Chemistry, Colgate University, 

Hamilton, N. Y. (35). 1892. C 
McGrew, William Raymond, M. D., Stuart, Iowa. (60). K 
McGuigan, Hugh, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Pharmacology, Washington 

University, St. Louis, Mo. (58). K 
*McGuire, Joseph Deakins, 1834 i6th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (51). 

1902. H 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Machalske, Florentin J., Ph. D., P. O. Bo.x 25, Station W, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. (52). C 

McHargue, James Spencer, 312 South Upper St. .Lexington, Ky. (60). C 
*McHatton, Henry, M. D., 335 College St., Macon, Ga. (52). 1909. K 

McHatton, Thomas Hubbard, Adjunct Professor of Horticulture, Uni- 
versity of Georgia, Athens, Ga. (58). G L 

McHenry, Ralph F., M. D., Heilwood, Pa. (60). K 

*McInnes, William, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada. (60). 
1910. E 

Mclntire, Charles, M. D., 52 North 4th St., Easton, Pa. (60). K 

Maclntyre, Miss Lucy, 303 West 74th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

Mack, Bernard J., Denver Athletic Club, Denver, Colo. (54). C 

Mack, J. L., Rock Mart, Ga. (60). C 

MacKay, Alex. Howard, LL. D., Superintendent of Education for Nova 
Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (57). F G H I K L 

McKay, John S., Ph. D., care Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. (52). 

McKay-Smith, The Right Reverend Alexander, D. D., S. T. D., 251 South 
2 2d St., Philadelphia, Pa. (57). I 

McKeag, Anna Jane, Ph. D., Professor of the History and Principles of 
Education, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. (60). L 

McKee, Edward Sydney, M. D., Grand and Nassau Sts., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
(60). K 

McKee, Garnet W., care People's Gas Light and Coke Co., corner 
Michigan Ave. and Adams St., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
*McKee, Ralph Harper, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of 
Maine, Orono, Me. (53). 1909. C 

McKee, Thomas H., M. D., 159 Cleveland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (60). K 

McKeehan, Louis Williams, Assistant in Physics, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (60). B 
*McKellar, Peter, 403 John St., Fort William, Ontario, Canada. (56). 
1909. A D E 

McKelvey, James Percy, M. D., 519 North Highland Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 
(58). K 

McKelvey, John Jay, 84 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). B I 
*McKelvy, Ernest Christian, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

(58). 1910. C 
*McKelway, Alexander Jeffrey, 11 14 Century Building, Atlanta, Ga. (55). 

1907. H I L 
*McKenney, Randolph Evans Bender, Ph. D., Cosmos Club, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (51). 1903. G 

Mackenzie, A. Stanley, Professor of Physics, Stevens Institute of Tech- 
nology, Hoboken, N. J. (60). B 

MacKenzie, Prof. J. J., 43 Chestnut Park Road, Toronto, Canada. (60). 
C K 

McKenzie, John H., Rector, Howe School, Lima, Ind. (58). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Mackenzie, Kenneth Girard, care Nairn Linoleum Co., P. O. Box 32, 

Newark, N. J. (60). C 
Mackenzie, Kenneth K., 139 North Walnut St., East Orange, N. J. 

(57). G 
McKenzie, R. Monroe, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Physics, 

Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa. (58). B C D E 
*McKinney, Thomas Emery, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University 

of South Dakota, Vermilion, S. Dak. (50). 1906. A L 
Mackintosh, Roger Sherman, Professor of Horticulture, Agricultural 

Experiment Station, Auburn, Ala. (53). G L 
McLane, Allan, Garrison, Md. (60). 
McLaren, John Dice, M. D., University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. 

(60). K 
McLaughlin, A. C, care Houston Oil Co., Houston, Texas. (52). C D E 
McLaughlin, Thomas N., M. D., 1226 N St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(52). HK 
McLaury, Howard Lincoln, Professor of Mathematics, State School of 
Mines, Rapid City, S. Dak. (50). A 
*Maclay, James, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (52). 1907. A 
McLean, Charlotte F., Ph. D., Albert Lea College, Albert Lea, Minn. (54). 
Maclean, George, Van Dyck Studios, 939 Eighth Ave., New York, N. Y. 
(57). BCHIKL 
*MacLean, George Edwin, Ph. D., LL. D., President, State University of 

Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (52). 1904. L 
McLendon, Clarence Albertis, Georgia Experiment Station, Experiment, 
Ga. (60). G 
*McLennan, J. C, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada. (51). 1903. B 
*Macleod, John James Rickard, Professor of Physiology, Western Reserve 

Medical College, Cleveland, Ohio. (55). 1907. K 
*Macloskie, Prof. George, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. (25). 
1882. FG 
McLure, Norman R., C. E., 527 Pierce Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. (60). D 
*McMahon, Prof. James, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (36). 1S91. 
AB 
McMeen, S. G., E. E., 108 Cole St., San Francisco, Cal. (58). D 
McMichael, Orville Winthrop, M. D., 275 East Ontario St., Chicago, 111. 
(60). K 

*MacMillan, Conway, (53). 1906. G 

McMillan, D. K., Brownsville, Tex. (60). F 

MacMillan, Daniel P., M. D., Ph. D., Director, Department of Child Study 
and Pedagogic Instruction, care Board of Education, 818 Tribune 
Bldg., Chicago, 111. (57). H L 
McMiLL.VN, Smith B., Signal, Ohio. (37). 

*MacMillan, Wm. Duncan, Ph. D., 5407 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. 
(58). 1910. A 

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MEMBERS AND FELIvOWS. 

McMillen, Russell H., 3733 Jacob St., Wheeling, W. Va. (58). C 
*McMiLUN, Emerson, 40 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (37). 1909. E 

McMinn, Amelia, AVest Division High School, Milwaukee, Wis. (60). A 
*McMurrich, James Playfair, Ph. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of 

Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (58). 1909. F 
*McMurtrie, William, 480 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (22). 1874. 

CDI KL 
McMurtry, Charles Wood, M. D., 812 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57) . 

K 
*McNair, Fred Walter, President, Michigan College of Mines, Houghton, 
Mich. (51). 1902. BD 
McNally, James, 166 Adams St., Chicago, 111. (58). E L 
MacNeal, Ward J., Ph.D., 904 West Oregon St., Urbana, 111. (58). 

FGK 
McNeil, Hiram Colver, Ph. D., 132 V St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (51). 

BCE 
McNeil, Wilbur James, 2515 Dwight Way, Berkeley, Cal. (60 . 
*McNeill, Malcolm, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 
Lake Forest University, Lake Forest, 111. (32). 1885. A 
McNider, William De Berniere, Professor of Pharmacology, University 

of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. (61). K 
McNitt, Robert Joseph, E. E., 124 3d St., Niagara Fall.-i, N. Y. (60). D 
McNulty, Geo. Washington, C. E., i39 West 79th St., New York, N. Y. 

(51). D 
*MacNutt, Barry, Assistant Professor of Physics, Lehigh University, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. (47). 1900. B 
MacNutt, J. Scott, 227 Main St., Orange, N. J. (58). I K L 
Macomber, George S., E. E., Kelvin Place, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). D 
*McPherson, Wm., Professor of Chemistry, Ohio State University, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. (45). 1898. C 
*McRae, Austin Lee, Professor of Physics, School of Mines and Metallurgy, 

University of Missouri, Rolla, Mo. (39). 1891. BD 
*MacVannel, John Angus, Professor of Philosophy and Education, Colum- 
bia University, New York, N. Y. (52). 1905. H I L 
McVean, John Jay, C. E., 18 State St., Grand Rapids, Mich. (60). D 
McVey, Frank LeRond, Ph. D., President, University of North Dakota, 

University, N. D. (60). L 
McVicker, Wm. B., President, W. B. McVicker Co., 115 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. (57). CDI 
Macy, Valentine Everit, 68 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (49). I 
Maddrill, James Davis, Ph. D., International Latitude Observatory, 

Ukiah, Cal. (58). AB 
Madison, Harold Lester, Curator, Park Museum, Providence, R. I. 

(55). PL 
Magee, Mrs. John J., 5810 Rosalie Court, Chicago, 111. (61). 
Mager, F. Robert, Armour Villa Park, Yonkers, N. Y. (57). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Magers, S. D., Ypsilanti, Mich. (58). 
*Magie, Wm. Francis, Ph D -'^ Library Place, Princeton, N. J. (35). 
1887. B 
Maglott, Mrs. Eva Sisson, Professor of Mathematics, Ohio Northern Uni- 
versity, Ada, Ohio. (58). A D 
Magnuson, J. P., Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Augustana College, 

Rock Island, 111. (57). BC 
Magn'usson, Carl Edward, Ph. D., University of Washington, Seattle, 
Wash. (51). B 
*Magruder, Egbert Watson, Chemist, Virginia Department of Agriculture, 
Richmond, Va. (51). 1906. C 
Magruder, G.Lloyd, M.D., Stoneleigh Court, Washington, D. C. (60). K 
*Magruder, Wm. T., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, Ohio. (37). 1899. D L 
Maher, John J., V. D. S., 1533 Franklin St., Philadelphia, Pa. (53). F 
Mahoney, James Owen, 260 Crockett St., Dallas, Tex. (58). A 
Mahoney, Stephen A., M. D., 628 Dwight St., Holyoke, Mass. (51). K 
Maignen, Prosper Auguste, 52 North 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
Main, William, Engineer and Chemist, Piermont, N. Y. (58). BCD 
*Major, David R., Ph. D., Professor of Education, Ohio State University, 

Columbus, Ohio. (51). 1906. H I L 
*Mall, Franklin Payne, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Anatomy, Johns Hop- 
kins University, Baltimore, Md. (57). 1908. F H K 
*Mallet, John William, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Chemistry, University 

of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (52). 1906. B C K 
Mallinckrodt, Edw., P. O. Sub-Station A, St. Louis, Mo. (29). C 
*Mallinckrodt, Edw., Jr., 26 Vandeventer Place, St. I-ouis, Mo. (53). 

1909. C D 
*Mallory, Frank Burr, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology, Harvard 
Medical School, Boston, Mass. (54). 1906. FGK 
Maltbie, William Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, The Woman's 
College, Baltimore, Md. (60). A 
*Maltby, Margaret E., Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Physics, Barnard 
College, New York, N. Y. (46). 1898. B 
Mammen, Ernest, M. D., Bloomington, 111. (58). F K 
*Mandel, John A., Professor of Chemistry, Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. C K 
Maneval, Willis Edgar, Professor of Biology and Geology, Roanoke 

College, Salem, Va. (60). G 
Mangan, Daniel C, M. D., 95 Park Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (50). F K 
Manierre, Chas. E., 352 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Manly, John Matthews, Ph. D., Professor of EngHsh, University of Chi- 
cago, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Mann, Albert, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 
D. C. (43)- G 
*Mann, B. Pickman, 1918 Sunderland Place, Washington, D. C. (22) 
1874. F I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Mann, Charles Riborg, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (57). 1908. B L 
Mann, Gustav, M. D., Professor of Physiology, Tulane University, New 

Orleans, La. (60). K 
Manning, Charles Henry, U. S. Navy, Manchester, N. H. (35). D 
Manning, Miss Eva, 1330 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C. (52). E H 
♦Manning, Henry Parker, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Pure Mathe- 
matics, Brown University, Providence, R. I (55). 1907. A 
Manning, J. Woodward, Vine Place, Reading, Mass. (47). G 
Manns, Thomas Franklin, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Wooster, 

Ohio. (58). G 
Manny, Frank A., 926 West Kalamazoo Ave., Kalamazoo, Mich. (58). 

HL 
Mansbach, E., 1292 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Mansfield, Frank Albert, (57). H I K 

Mansfield, George Rogers, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology, North- 
western University, Evanston, 111. (57). E 
Manson, Marsden, C. E., Ph. D., Commissioner of Public Works, 2010 

Gough St., San Francisco, Cal. (51). D E 
*Manwaring, Wilfred Hamilton, M. D., Rockefeller Institute for Medical 

Research, New York, N. Y. (55). 1908. K 
Mapes, Charles Victor, 60 West 40th St., New York, N. Y. (37). C 
Marble, J. Russel, Worcester, Mass. (31). C E 
Marble, Manton, Bedford, N. Y. (36). 
Marckworth, Otto Stanley, Director, Ohio Testing Laboratory, Columbus, 

Ohio. (57). BC 
Marcou, John B., Princeton, Mass. (57). E K 
Marine, David, M. D., Western Reserve Medical School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). K 
*Mariott, Walter Ross, Instructor in Mathematics, Swarthmore College, 

Swarthmore, Pa. (57). 19 10. A 
*Mark, Edgar H., M. D., Superintendent, Public Schools, Louisville, Ky. 

(39). 1893- BL 
*Mark, Edward Laurens, Ph. D., LL. D., Director, Zoological Laboratory, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (50). 1901. F K 
Markham, George Dickson, 4961 Berlin Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (50). 
Markle, John, 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Marks, Lionel S., 88 Lake View Ave., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Marks, Louis B., 103 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). D 
Marks, Miss Lucy Ballard, 37 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Marks, William Dennis, C. E., 623 Park Row Building, New York, N. Y. 

(50). 1906. I 
Marlatt, Miss Abby L., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (48). 

CI KL 
♦Marlatt, Charles Lester, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (40). 1895. F 
Marling, Alfred E., 47 West 47th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

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MEMBERS AND FEUOWS. 

Marlow, Frank William, M. D., 200 Highland St., Syracuse, N. Y. (50). 
HK 

Marmor, Rev. J. D., (52). E H K 

Marple, Charles A., 91 Euchd Villa, Cleveland, Ohio. (39). B 
Marr, George H., M. E., 89 Silver St., Waterville, Me. (60). D 
Marschall, A. J., Madison, Wis. (60). C 

*Marsh, Charles Dwight, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (34)- 1893- EF 
Marsh, Clarence T. N., 4193 South Halstead St., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
Marsh, Horace Wilmer, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). A 
Marsh, Howard Daniel, Ph. D., Instructor in Philosophy, College of the 

City of New York, New York, N. Y. (58). K 
Marsh, John A., 112 Brooks St., Brighton, Boston, Mass. (60). A 
Marsh, Millard C, U. S. Bureau of Fisheries, Washington, D. C. (54). F 
Marshall, Charles Edward, Professor of Bacteriology and Hygiene, 

Michigan Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. (60). I K 
Marshall, Collins, M. D., 2507 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D. C. 

(60). K 
Marshall, Henry Rutgers, 3 West 29th St., New York, N. Y. (57). H 
Marshall, Horace Miller, U. S. Engineer Office, Vicksburg, Miss. (51). D 
Marshall, Louis, 47 East 72d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Marshall, S. M., E. E., 120 Tioga St., Johnstown, Pa. (61). D 
*Marsters, Vernon Freeman, Apartado 856, Lima, Peru, S. A. (49). 
1906. E 
Marston, Edwin S., South Orange, N.J. (50). 
Marston, P L., Box 910, Tonopah, Nevada. (58). C D 
*Martin, Artemus, Ph. D., LL. D., U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 

Washington, D. C. (38). 1890. AB 
Martin, Arthur W., Nanking University, Nanking, China. (58). C 
*Martin, Daniel Strobel, Ph. D., 756 Quincy St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (23). 

1879. E 
♦Martin, Emilie Norton, Ph. D., Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, 

Mass. (54). 1906. A 
Martin, Ernest G., Ph. D., Instructor in Physiology, Harvard Medical 
School, Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Martin, Fernando Wood, Ph. D., College Park, Lynchburg, Va. (49). 

1905. C 
Martin, Frank, M. D., 1000 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
*Martin, George Curtis, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington 

D. C. (51). 1903. E 
Martin, Geo. W., Professor of Biology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 

Tenn. (52). F 
Martin, Harriett M., 107 College Place, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). 
Martin, John, Grymes Hill, Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y. (56). I 
*Martin, Louis Adolphe, Jr., Professor of Mechanics, Stevens Institute of 
Technology, Hoboken, N. J. (53). 1906. A B D L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS 

Martin, Walton, 25 West 50th St., New York, N. Y. (58). K 

Martin, William Franklin, C. E., care Dept. of Public Works, Honolulu, 
Hawaii. (60). D 

Martin, William J., Davidson, N. C. (60). C 

Martin, William Lyon, Augusta, Ga. (51). G 

Marvel, Emery, M. D., 1801 Pacific Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. (60). K 
*Marvin, Charles F., U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C. (39). 

1892. CDE 
*Marvin, Frank Olin, Dean, School of Engineering, University of Kansas, 
Lawrence, Kans. (35). 1894. " 

Marvin, Harry Norton, Canastota, N. Y. (50). D 

Marvin, Joseph B., M. D., LL. D., President, Kentucky University, Louis- 
ville. Ky. (51). IK 

Mason, Edward J. K., E. E., Suffield, Conn. (60). D 

Mason, Herbert Warren, 161 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. (53). BCD 

Mason, Max, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematical Physics, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58.) 1909. A 

Mason, Miss Nellie M., Teacher of Science, Abbot Academy, Andover, 

Mass. (50). BCG 
*Mason, Dr. William Pitt, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. 

(31). 1886. C 
*Mast, Samuel Ottmar, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
(52). 1909. FG 

Masters, Harris Kennedy, E. M., care W. E. Clark, 192 W. Broadway, 
New York, N. Y. (60). D 

Masury, Fred L. M., President, Masurite Explosive Co., Masury, Ohio. 
(58). CD 

*Matas, Rudolph, M. D., Professor of Surgery, Tulane University, New 
Orleans, La. (50). 1906. F H K 

Matausch, Ignaz, American Museum of Natural History, New York, 
N. Y. (57). 

Mateer, Horace N., M. D., Wooster, Ohio. (36). E F K 

Matheny, William A., Clark University, Worcester, Mass. (61). G H 

Mather, Enoch, M. D., LL. D., 168 West High St., W. Detroit, Mich. 
(58). K 

*Mather, William T., Professor of Physics, University of Texas, Austin, 

Tex. (60). 1910. B 
Matheson, Robert, Instructor in Entomology, South Dakota State College 

of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Brookings, S. Dak. (58). F 
Matheson, Wm. J., 182 Front St., New York, N. Y. (54). I 

♦Mathews, Albert P., Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (57). 190S. CKL 
Mathews, Huber B., Brookings, S. Dak. (58). D 
Mathews, Miss Jane, 50 Library Place, Pittsburg, N. S., Pa. (60). A 

*Mathews, John A., Ph. D., Managing Director, Holcomb Steel Co., Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. (50). 1902. B C D E I L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Mathews, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 149 State St.. Painesville, Ohio. (41). G 
Mathewson, Edward Payson, 422 Hickory St., Anaconda, Mont. (57). 

CD 
Matlack, Charles, "Hidden Hearth," Matunuck, R. I. (27). I 
Matson, George C, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60) E 
Matson, Ralph C, M. D., 102 1 Corbett Building, Portland, Ore. (60). K 

*Matthes, Francois Emile, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(52). 1909. D E 

*Matthew, William Diller, Ph. D., American Museum of Natural History, 
NewYork, N. Y. (54). 1906. E 
Matthews, Albert, Hotel Oxford, Boston, Mass (51). H 
Matthews, J. Merritt, Taunton, Mass. (60). C 

*Matthews, Samuel A., University of Chicai^o, Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. K 
Mattill, Henry A., University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (60). C 
Mattison, Fitch C. E., M. D., 295 West California St., Pasadena, Cal. 

(51). K 
Mattoon, Arthur Martyn, Director, Scott Observatory of Park College, 

Parkville, Mo. (47). A 
Mattson, John Danskin, 2017 I St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (58). C 
*Maurer, Edward R., Professor of Mechanics, University of Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. (53). 1906. D 
Maury, Carlotta J., Ph. D., Hastings, N. Y. (57). E F 
Mavor, James Watt, Craigie Hall 203, Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Maxim, Hudson, 698 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (56). C 
*Maxon, William R., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (49). 
1906. G 
Maxwell, George H., 2008 Calumet Ave., Chicago, 111. (50). E 
Maxwell, Otis Allen, Principal, High School, Denison, Tex. (57). B C D G 
*Mayer, Alfred Goldsborough, M. E., Director, Marine Laboratory, Car- 
negie Institute, Tortugas via Key A\'est, Fla. U?)- 1900. F 
Mayer, Edwin Charles, Assistant in Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y. (60). B 
Maynard, E. W., care E. I. du Pont Co., Louviers, Colo. (60). C 
Maynard. T. Poole, Ph. D., Ga. Geological Survey, Atlanta, Ga. (61). E 
Maynard, Washburn, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., Narragansett Pier, R. I. 

(33). B 
Mayne, Earl H., M. D., 139 Bay 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). K 
*Mead, Albert Davis, Ph. D., Professor of Comparative Anatomy, Brown 

University, Providence, R. I. (52). 1905. F 
Mead, Charles A., 172 William St., Orange, N. J. (60). A 
Mead, Chas. Searing, 2020 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. (52). F 
*Mead, George Herbert, Professor of Philosophy, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (58). 19 10. L 
Mead, Marvin Hulst, 382 River Drive, Passaic, N. J. (57). D F 6 
Means, Charles Johnson, 29 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Means, James, 196 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (47). 

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Meany, Edward, M. D., Ithaca, N. Y. (60). K 
*Mearns, Major Edgar A., M. D., U. S. National Museum, Washington, 

D. C. (49). 1 901. K 
Mears, J. EwiNG, M. D., 1535 Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(56). I 
Mecklin, John M., Department of Philosophy, Lafayette College, Easton, 

Pa. (60). H 
Medsger, Oliver Perry, 609 Kearney Ave., Arlington, N. J. (50). 6 
Meeds, Alonzo D., City Hall, Minneapolis, Minn. (60). C 
Meek, Seth Eugene, Ph. D., Assistant Curator of Zoology, Field Museum 

of Natural History, Chicago. 111. (58). F 
Meeker, George H., Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Chemistry, Medico- 

Chirurgical College, Philadelphia, Pa. (57). C L 
Meeks, William D., M. D., Massie's Mill, Va. (60). K 
*Mees, Carl Leo, Ph. D., President, Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre 
Haute, Ind. (24). 1876. BC 
Meigs, Edward B., M. D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (53). 

K 
Meigs, Katharine H., 64 Union Ave., Jamaica, L. L, N. Y. (61). 
Meigs, Montgomery, lT. S. A., U. S. Engineer Oifice, Keokuk, Iowa. 

(51). D 
Mein, William Wallace, E. M., P. O. Box 1145, Johannesburg, Transvaal, 
South Africa. (60). D 
*Meisenhelder, Edmund Webster, Jr., M. D., g-ii East Market St., York, 
Pa. (57). 1908. FK 
Melander, Axel Leonard, Pullman, Wash. (60). F 

Melcher, Arthur Clarke, 58 Bowen St., Newton Center, Mass. (58). B C 
*Mell, Patrick H., Ph. D., President, Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson 

College, S.C. (39). 1895. EG 
Mellor, Alfred, President, Mellor and Rittenhouse Co., 2130 Mt. Vernon 
St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 
♦Melius, E. Lindon, M. D., 10 East Chase St., Baltimore, Md. (58). 1909. 

FHK 
*Meltzer, Samuel J., M. D., Head of Department of Physiology and Phar- 
macology, Rockefeller Institute, New York, N. Y. (49). 1901. K 
Memminger, C. G., E. M., Lakeland, Fla. (60). D 

♦Mendel, Lafayette Benedict, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry, 
Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (53). 
1907. C K 
*Mendelson, Walter, M. D., 159 West 74th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1909. K 
*Mendenhall, Charles Elwood, Ph. D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, 

Wis. (48). 1900. B 
*Mendenhall, Thomas Corwin, Ph. D., care Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 

Pall Mall, London, England. (20). 1874. B 
*Mendenhall, Walter Curran, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(52). 1903. D E I 

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Mendiola, Manuel Maria, C. E., Avenida Juarez 218, Juarez, Mexico. 

(58). D 
Menefee, Evalyn L., M. D., Granbury, Tex. (57). B C I K L 
Menge, George Albert, Ph. D., Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts., 

Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Mengel, Prof. Levi W., Director, Reading Public Museum and Scientific 

Laboratory, Reading, Pa. (52). E F 
Menges, Franklin, Ph. D., 233 East Philadelphia St., York, Pa. (58). D L 
Menzies, Alan W. C, The University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (60). C 
Mercer, A. Clifford, 324 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y. (60). A 
*Mercer, Henry Chapman, Doylestown, Pa. (41). 1893. H 
Mercer, William Fairfield, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Ohio University, 

Athens, Ohio. (50). F K 
Meredith, Hugh B., M. D., Superintendent, State Hospital, Danville, Pa. 

(58). K 
Merica, Charles Oliver, LL. D., President, Universitj^ of Wyoming, 

Laramie, Wyoming. (61). L 
*Merigold, Benjamin S., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Clark 

University, Worcester, Mass. (56). 1909. C 
Merrell, Miss Caroline Wallace, 2950 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(54). G 
Merrell, William Dayton, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Univer- 
sity of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. (58). F G L 
*Merriam, C. Hart, M. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (49). 1900. FGH 
*Merriam, Edmund Sawyer, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Marietta 

College, Marietta, Ohio. (56). 19 10. C 
*Merriam, John C, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Paleontology and Histor- 
ical Geology, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (52). 1905. 
EF 
Merrick, E. D., nth St., 3d to 4th Aves., New Brighton, Pa. (57). 
Merrill, Burton J., M. D., Stillwater, Minn. (60). K 
*Merrill, Elmer Drew, Bureau of Science, Department of the Interior, 

Manila, P. I. (50). 1909. G 
*Merrill, Frederick J. H., Ph. D., New Rochelle, N. Y. (35). 18S7. E 
Merrill, Helen Abbott, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wel- 
lesley, Mass. (58). A 
♦Merrill, Joseph Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engi- 
neering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. (50). 1908. B D 
*Merrill, Lucius Herbert, Professor of Biological and Agricultural Chem- 
istry, University of Maine, Orono, Me. (50). 1909. C 
Merrill, Robert Hall, C. E., Barge Canal OflSce, Medina, N. Y. (60). D 
Merrill, Mrs. Winifred Edgerton, Ph. D., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

(35). A 
*Merriman, Mansfield, Ph. D., Consulting Engineer, The Engineers' Club, 
32 West 40th St., New York, N. Y. (32). 1885. A D L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Merritt, David Spencer, C. E., 104 Grove St., Tarrytown, N. Y. (60). D 
*Merritt, Ernest G., Professor of Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

(33). 1890. B 
Merritt, D. S., C. E., 104 Grove St., Tarrytown, N. Y. (58). D 
*Merrow, Miss Harriet L., Rhode Island College of Agriculture and Me- 
chanic Arts, Kingston, R. I. (44). 1906. G 
Mersereau, Gail, 738 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
*Mershon, Ralph Davenport, Consulting Engineer, 116 \\'est 85th St., 

New York, N. Y. (50). 1906. D 
Merz, Albert R., Box 285, Charlottesville, Va. (58). C 
Merzbacher, Aaron, Hotel Monaca, Monaca, Pa. (58). C 
♦Messenger, Hiram John, Ph. D., 637 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

(54). 1906. I 
*Messenger, James Franklin, Ph. D., University of Vermont, Burlington, 
Vt. (52). 1905. H L 
Messer, Charles C, M. D., Turners Falls, Mass. (61). K 
*Metcalf, Haven, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (52). 1904. G 
♦Metcalf, Maynard Mayo, Ph. D., 128 Forest St., Oberlin, Ohio. (50). 

1901. F 
Metcalf, William F., M. D., 636 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. (58). K 
Metcalf, Wilmot V., Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn. (50). B C 
*Metz, Abraham L., M. D., Professor of Cb mistry, Medical Department, 

Tulane University, New Orleans, La. {55). 1909. C K 
*Metzler, William H., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Syracuse Univer- 
sity, Syracuse, N. Y. (45). 1899. A 
*Meyer, Adolf, M. D., Director, Pathological Institute of New York State 

Hospital, Ward's Island, New York, N. Y. (52). 1905. K 
Meyer, Alfred, M. D., 785 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Meyer, Arthur Wm.,M.D., II 16 Ramona St., Palo Alto, Cal. (58). FK 
Meyer, Edgar J., E- M., 7 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (60). C D 
Meyer, Gustave Maurice, Ph. D., 245 West loist St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). 1908. K 
Meyer, John Franklin, Ph. D., care Westinghouse Lamp Co., Bloomfield, 
N.J. (51). C 
*Meyer, Willy, M. D., Professor of Surgery, New York Post-Graduate 
Medical School and Hospital, New York, NY. (57). 1909. K 
Meyers, Charles H., M. D., 1556 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Meyers, Ira Benton, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). E L 
*Meylan, George Louis, M. D., Adjunct Professor of Physical Education, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (53). 1907. H K L 
Meyrowitz, Emil B., 104 East 23d St., New York, N. Y. (57). A B C D 
*Mezes, Sidney Edward, Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas, 

Austin, Tex. (50). 1901. I 
Michael, Ellis LeRoy, Marine Biological Laboratory, La Jolla, Cal. (57). 

F 
Michael, Louis Guy, Ames, Iowa. (58). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Michelson, Albert Abraham, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (26). 1879. B 
*Middlekauff, George Wiles, Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C. (57)- 1908. B 
Miles, Egbert J., 6032 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. (57). A 
Miles, George F., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(54). EG 
Miles, George W., Consulting Chemist, 29 Central St., Boston, Mass. 

(58). C 

*Milham, Willis I., Williams College, Williamstown, Mass. (47). 1905. 

AB 
Millar, John M., Escanaba, Mich. (50). E G 
Millen, John D., E. M., General Manager, Mt. Bischoff Tin Mining Co., 

Waratah, Tasmania. (60). C D 
Miller, Adam Marion, M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (60). K 
*Miller, Arthur M., Professor of Geology and Zoology, State University 

of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. (45). 1898. E F 
*Miller, Benjamin LeRoy, Ph. D., Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, 

Pa. (50). 1907. E 
Miller, C. R., 21 East 9th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Miller, Charles W., Shawnee, Pa. (60). 
Miller, D. McL., M. D., Oconomowoc, Wis. (60). K 
*Miller, Dayton Clarence, Professor of Physics, Case School of Api)lied 

Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (44). 1898. AB 
Miller, Edgar C. L., M D., 66 Rosedale Court, Detroit, Mich. (58). K 
Miller, Edgar G., Equitable Building, Baltimore, Md. (29). A 
Miller, Dr. Eli P., 37-41 West 26th St., New York, N. Y. (57)- 
Miller, Emerson R., Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Auburn, Ala. 

(52). c 

*Miller, Ephraim, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Uni- 
versity of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (50). 1901. A 
Miller, Eric Rexford, Weather Bureau, Madison, Wis. (58). A B 
Miller, Ernest A., 113 North Tioga St!, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). A 
Miller, F. Joseph, M. E., 1312 Bristol St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). 
Miller, Francis Garner, University Station, Seattle, Wash. (57). G 
*Miller, Frank E., Professor of Mathematics, Otterbein University, Wester- 

ville, Ohio. (44). 1909. A 
*Miller, Fred. J., Editor of "American Machinist," Box 27, Center Bridge, 

Pa. (51). 1906. D I 
*Miller, George A., Ph. D., 1103 West Illinois St., Urbana, 111. (46). 

1898. A 
Miller, George Norton, M. D., 811 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 
H I K 
*Miller, Gerrit S., U S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (sO- 
1906. F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Miller, Henry Huntington, E. M., Mineral Development Co., Apartado 

95, Guanajuato, Mexico. (50). C D E 
Miller, Henry Lanark, C. E., Cordoba via y Obras F. C. C. C, Argentine 

Republic, S. A. (60). D 
Miller, James Shannon, Professor of Mathematics, Emory and Henry 
College, Emory, Va. (51). AB 
*Miller, John Anthony, Ph. D., Professor of Mechanics and Astronomy, 

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. (31). 1906. A 
*Miller, John Craig, M. D., Professor of Natural Science, Lincoln Uni- 
versity, Pa. (50). 1906. B C 
Miller, Joseph L., M. D., 5315 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
♦Miller, Miss Louise Klein, 2540 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (50). 
1906. E G I L 
Miller, Prof. Merritt Finley, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (58). 
Miller, Newman, Director, The University of Chicago Press, 5515 Wood- 
lawn Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). E I 
Miller, Samuel H., M. D., 530 Main St., Joplin, Mo. (60). K 
Miller, Shirley Putnam, Zoologist, South Dakota State College, Brookings, 

S. Dak. (58). F 
♦Miller, W. Lash, 50 St. Alban St., Toronto, Canada. (60). 1910. C 
♦Miller, Willet G., Bureau of Mines, Toronto, Canada. (58). 19 10. E 
♦Miller, William Snow, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (42). 1894. F 
Millet, Francis Davis, 6 East 23d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
♦Millikan, Robert Andrews, Associate Professor of Physics, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, III. (58). 19 10. B 
♦Millis, Lt.-Col. John, U. S. Engineer Office, Cleveland, Ohio. (48). 

1906. A B D E 
Mills, Frank Smith, Professor of Geology, Andover, Mass. (52). D E 
♦Mills, James Edward, Ph. D., Instructor in Physical Chemistry Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, Chaj)el Hill, N. C. (52). 1910. C 
♦Mills, Prof. Wesley, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (31). i886. 

F H 
♦Mills, William C. Page Hall, Ohio vState University, Columbus, Ohio. 
(48). 1902. F H 
Mills, Wm. Park, M. D., Box 58. Missoula, Mont. (52). K 
♦Millspaugh, Chas. Frederic, M. D., Curator, Department of Botany, Field 
Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 111. (57). 1907. E G L 
Millspaugh. Joseph G., M. D., Little Falls, Minn. (60). K 
Milne, David, 2030 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 
Milroy, Ina A., Ph. D., 1617 Blanding St., Columbia, S. C. (60). B C 
Miner, Chas. A., C. E., 1673 Park Road, Washington, D. C. (58). D 
♦Miner, James Burt, Ph. D., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
(52). 1906. H L 
Miner, Roy Waldo, Assistant Curator of Invertebrate Zoology, American 
Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y. (57). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Minnick, John Harrison, 416 So. Dunn St., Bloomington, Ind. (61). 
Minns, Miss Susan, 14 Louisburg Square, Boston, Mass. (32). 
Minor, John C, Jr., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. (60). C 
*MiNOT, Charles Sedgwick, M. D., LL. D., Harvard Medical School, 

Boston, Mass. (28). 1880. F K 
Minot, Miss L. S., 245 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Minot, Vredenburgh, Point Loma Homestead, Point Loma, Cal. (60). 
Mitchell, Andrew S., Chief, Food and Drug Inspection Laboratory, Old 

Capitol Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. (61). C 
Mitchell, Arthur M., 68 A\'all St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Mitchell, Charles Anderson, Ph. D., Bellevue, Nebr. (58). H 
Mitchell, Evelyn Groesbeek, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 

(54)- F 
Mitchell, George, E. M., 1367 South Figueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

(60). D 
Mitchell, Guy K., E. E., 1046 Argyle Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). D 
*Mitchell, Henry Bedinger, Professor of Mathematics, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York, N. Y. (50). 1906. A D 
Mitchell, John Pearce, Stanford University, Cal. (51). C 
*Mitchell, Samuel Alfred, Ph. D., Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

(52). 1906. A B 
Mitchell, Walter L., 707 Parker St., Newark, N. J. (60). C 
*Mitchell, Walter Mann, Ph.D., 112 North 34th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(54). 1908. A B 
Mitchell, William Francis, M. D., Lancaster, Mo. (51). H 
Mitzmain, Maurice Bruin, Entomological Department, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. (58). F 
Mixer, Chas. Adam, C. E., Rimiford Falls Power Co., Rumford Falls, Me. 

(51). D 
Mixer, Frederick Knowlton, 313 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (35). E 
Mixter, George, 2d, 180 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Mixter, Samuel Jason, M. D., 180 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (58). 

1909. K 
*Moenkhaus, Wm. J., Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, University of 

Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. (51). 1903. FK 
Moerk, Frank X., 145 North loth St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). C 
Moffatt, Will Sayer, M. D., 181 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Mohler, John F., Professor of Physics, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. 

(44). 1905. B 
Mohr, Louis, M. E., 349 West Illinois St., Chicago, 111. (50). 

ABDEFHIKL 
Mojonnier, Timothy, care Helvetia Milk Condensing Co., Delta, Ohio. 

(52). C 
*Moler, Geo. Sylvanus, 408 University Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. (38). 1892. 

B 
Molera, Eusebius Joseph, C. E-, 2025 Sacramento St., San Francisco, Cal. 

(50). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Molitor, Prof. David A., College of Civil Engineering, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (51). ADL 
Molitor, Frederic Albert, 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (51). D E 
Monae-Lesser, Dr. A., 16 West 68th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Monahan, J. J., M. D., Encampment, Wyo. (60). K 
Monfort, Wilson F., Chemist to Water Commission, 77 East May St., St. 

Louis, Mo. (48). C 
Monmonier, J. Carroll, M. D., Dickeyville, Md. (60). K 
Monroe, Joseph E., Professor of Physics and Chemistry, Montana State 

Normal College, Dillon, Mont. (50). BC 
*Monroe, Paul, Ph. D., Professor of History of Education, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (57). 1.910. I L 
*Monroe, Will Seymour, Professor of Psychology, State Normal School, 

Montclair, N. J. (49). 1901. H L 
Monsen, Frederick I., Salmagundi Club, 14 West 12th St., New York, 

N. Y. (60). H 
*Montague, William Pepperell, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. H I 
Montgomery, Edmund B., M. D., 134 North 8th St., Quincy, 111. (51). 

IK 
Montgomery, Edmund D., M. D., Liendo Plantation, Hempstead, Tex. 

(50). HK 
*Montgomery, Henry, Ph. D., Curator of Museum, University of Toronto, 
Canada. (54). 1907. E F H 
Montgomery, John R., i8i La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
♦Montgomery, Thomas H., Jr., Ph. D., Professor of Zoology University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 1910. F 
Moodie, Roy Lee, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (60). K 
*Moody, Mrs. Agnes Claypole, Ph. D., 2826 Garber St., Berkeley. Cal. 

(46). 1899. F 
Moody, Herbert Raymond, Ph. D., 23 Hamilton Terrace, New York, 

N.'y. (58). c 
Moodv, Mrs. Mary Blair, M. D., 154 East Grand Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

(25). EF 
*Moody, Robert Orton, M. D., Assistant Professor of Anatomy, University 

of CaHfornia, Berkeley, Cal. (35). 1892. K L 
*Moody, William Albion, Professor of Mathematics, Bowdoin College, 
Brunswick, Me. (50). 1906. A 
Mooers, Charles Ansel, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. (55). 

C 
*Moore, Andrew Charles, Professor of Biology and Geology, University of 
South Carolina, Columbia, S. C. (54). 1909. F G 
Moore, Mrs. Arthur H., The Rectory, Stanstead, Quebec, Canada. (32). 

H 
Moore, Benjamin P., 1303 North Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
*Moore, Burton E., Department of Physics, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Nebr. (41). 1899. B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Moore, C. C, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S- Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (58). C 
*Moore, Clarence B., 132 1 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (44). 1897. H 
*Moore, Eliakim Hastings, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Mathematics, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (52). 1903. A L 
Moore, Elwood S., Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Penn- 
sylvania State College, State College, Pa. (61). E 
Moore, Frank C, New Hampshire College, Durham, N. H. (58). A 
Moore, Frank C, 70 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. (61). E 
♦Moore, George Thomas, Ph. D., Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, 

Mo. (49). 1 901. G 
*Moore, J. Percy, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. F 
*Moore, Joseph H., Ph. D., Casilla 1219, Santiago, Chile. (60). 1910. 

A B 
*Moore, Philip North, Geologist and Mining Engineer, Laclede Building, 
St. Louis, Mo. (50). 1903. E 
Moore, Richard Bishop, Professor of Chemistry, Butler College, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. (60). C 
Moore, Richard Mott, 74 South Fitzhugh|]St., Rochester, N. Y. (60). F 
Moore, Robert, Consulting Engineer, 61 Vandeventer Place, St. Louis, 

Mo. (51). D I 
Moore, Stanley H., 505 Selma Ave., Webster Groves, Mo. (50). A D 
Moore, Veranus Alva, M. D., 914 East State St., Ithaca, N. Y. (57). 

K L 
Moore, William, British Agricultural College, Potschefstroom, Transvaal, 
So. Africa. (60). G 
*Moore, Prof. Willis Luther, Chief, Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (44). 1897. B E 
*Moorehead, Warren King, Curator of Museum, Phillips Academy, Andover, 

Mass. (38). 1890. H 
*More, Louis Trenchard, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Cin- 
cinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). 1910. B 
Morgan, A. C, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (54). 

F 
♦Morgan, H. A., care University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. (50). 
1906. F 
Morgan, J. Howard, M. D., 43 High St., Westerly, R. I. (60). K 
*Morgan, J. Livingston R., Ph. D., Professor of Physical Chemistry, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. C 
Morgan, James Dudley, M. D., 919 15th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(60). K 
♦Morgan, Thomas Hunt, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Columbia Univer- 
sity, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. F 
♦Morgan, Wm. Conger, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Univer- 
sity of California, Berkeley, Cal. (52). 1906. CL 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Morgan, William Fellowes, Short Hills, N. J. (27). IL 
Morgan, William Rogers, 1155 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Morgulis, Sergius, Conant Hall, 27 A, Cambridge, Mass. (61). F 
Moriarta, Douglas C, M. D., 511 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Morison, Robert S., 17 Farrar St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
*Morley, Edward Williams, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Chemistry, West 

Hartford, Conn. (18). 1876. B C E 
Morrell, Albro David, Professor of Biology, Hamilton College, Clinton, 

N. Y. (60). F 
Morrey, Charles Bradfield, M. D., Professor of Bacteriology, Ohio State 

University, Columbus, Ohio. (48). F 
*Morrill, Austin W., Ph. D., Arizona Horticultural Commission, Phoenix, 

Ariz. (54). 1906. F 
Morrill, Charles Herbert, Hyannis, Mass. (61). F 
Morrill, Charles V., College of Medicine, Syracuse, N. Y. (56). F 
Morrill, Wm. C, E. E., 277 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (58). D 
Morris, Earl L., Hall of Records, San Jos^, Cal. (58). F G 
Morris, Edward Lyman, 428 East 12th St., Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(52). G 
Morris, Frederic K., 485 Central Park, West, New York, N. Y. (58). E 
Morris, George E., 34 Appleton St., Waltham, Mass. (61). 
Morris, Henry C, 924 Marquette Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Morris, Henry Lewis, 32 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Morris, James Lucien, Instructor in Biology and Chemistry, Hillsdale 

College, Hillsdale, Midi. (58). C 
Morris, Lardner V., C. E , 1964 Broadway, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). D 
Morris, Newbold, 115 East 73d St., New York, N. Y. (49). L 
Morris, W. Cullen, C. E., 4 Irving Place, New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Morris, Wilson C, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, State Normal School, 

Warrensburg, Mo. (60). A B 
Morrison, Alva, 53 Middle St., Braintree, Mass. (60). 
Morrison, Gilbert B., McKinley High School, St. Louis, Mo. (48). B D I L 
Morrison, Henry C, Concord, N. H. (61). 

Morrison, Thomas, Diamond Bank Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (51). D 
Morrison, William B., M. D., 145 West Washington St., Hagerstown, Md. 

(60). K 
♦Morse, Edward Sylvester, Director, Peabody Museum, Salem, Mass. 

(18). 1874. F H 
♦Morse, Fred. Wlnslow, Professor of Organic Chemistry, New Hampshire 

College, Durham, N. H. (51). 1906. C 
•Morse, Harry Wheeler, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, Jefferson 

Physical Laboratory, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 1910. B C 
Morse, Max, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford, Conn. 

(51). FK 
Morse, Warner Jackson, Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono, Me. 

(52). G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Morse, Willard S., Seaford, Del. (50). CD 

Morse, William Clifford, Instructor in Geology, Ohio vState University, 

Columbus, Ohio. (60). E 
Morse, William H., 1937 Lagunia St., Santa Barbara, Cal. (60). 6 
Morton, George L., U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. (52). BD 
Morton, Henry Samuel, 141 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). D 
Moschcowitz, Alex. V., M. D., 925 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (56). 

K 
Moseley, Alexander A\'illet, Professor of Applied Mechanics, Lewis Insti- 
tute, Chicago, 111. (60). D 
Moseley, Edward Augustus, Secretary, Interstate Commerce Commission, 

1317 F St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (56). I 
♦Moseley, Edwin L., High School, Sandusky, Ohio. (34). 1902. E F G K 
Moser, Albert Leo Brecht, C. E., U. S. Reclamation Service, River 

Portal, Colo. (60). D 
♦Moser, Captain Jefferson Franklin, U. S. N., Retired, 85 2d St., San 

Francisco, Cal. (28). 1889. E 
♦Moses, Alfred Joseph, Ph. D., Professor of Mineralogy, Columbia L^ni- 

versity. New York, N. Y. (49). 1902. E 
*Moses, Thomas Freeman, M. D., Worcester Lane, Waltham, Mass. (25). 

1883. E H K 
Mosher, Charles D., 30 Church St., New York, N. Y. (53). D 
Mott, Howard Schenck, 221 West 123d St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Mott, William E., C. E., Carnegie Technical Schools, Pittsburg, Pa. 

(60). D 
Mott, William Roy, 125 East Gorham St., Madison, Wis. (60). C 
♦Metier, Murray Gait, M. D., 1841 Summit Place, N. W., Washington, 

D. C. (51). 1910. C K 
Motter, William D. B., Jr., E. M., care M. A. Hanna and Co., Crystal 

Falls, Mich. (60). D 
♦Mottier, David M., Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of Indiana, 

Bloomington, Ind. (50). 1901. G 
Moulton, C. Robert, 804 Hitt St., Columbia, Mo. (58). C 
Moulton, Dudley, Ferry Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. (57). 
♦Moulton, Forest Ray, Ph. D., Instructor in Celestial Mechanics, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (50). 1901. A 
Moulton, Mace, C. E., The Ansonia, 73d and Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Moulton, Richard Green, 5053 AVashington Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Moulton, W. H., care Cleveland Chffs Iron Co., Ishpeming, Mich. (53). D 
Mount, William D., M. E., General Superintendent, Mathieson Alkali 

Works, Saltville, Va. (51). CD 
Mowlds, Eugene, C. E., American Bridge Co., Edgemoor, Del. (60). D 
Mowry, Eugene C, M. D., 355 West 42d St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Moyer, James Ambrose, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (54). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Moyer, Lycurgus R., C. E., Montevideo, Minri. (50). G 
*Muckenfuss, Anthony Moultrie, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University 

of Mississippi, University, Miss. (52). 1910. C 
Mudd, Harvey G., M. D., Humboldt Building, St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 
Mueller, Edward, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 519 North 

Michigan St., South Bend, Ind. (52). B C K 
Muhlberg, William, M. D., 2617 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (57). K 
Muhse, Mrs. A. C, Ph. D., 52 Manor House, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
*Muir, John, LL. D., Martinez, Cal. (22). 1900. G 
Mulford, Miss A. Isabel, McKinley High School, St. Louis, Mo. (45). G L 
Mullenix, Rollin C, Yankton College, Yankton, S. Dak. (60). 
Mulliken, Samuel Parsons, Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. (43). 1899. 
Muncaster, Stew^art Brovv^n, M. D., 907 i6th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(50). K 
Munkwitz, Frank H., M. D., 12 13-17 Wells Building, Milwaukee, Wis. 
(58). K 

MuNN, John P., (57). 

*Munro, John Cummings, M. D., Surgeon-in-Chief, Carney Hospital, 

Boston Mass. (50). 1906. K 
*MuNROE, Charles Edward, Ph. D., George \\'ashington University, 

Washington, D. C. (22). 1874. C 
Munroe, James Phinney, 79 Summer St., Boston, Mass. (58). I L 
Munson, John P., Ph. D., 706 No. Anderson St., EHensburg, Wash. (58). 

F I K L 
Munson, Joseph Theodore, 301 West Woodard St., Denison, Tex. (55). 
C G 
*Munson, Welton M., Ph. D., West Virginia Experiment Station, Morgan- 
town, W. Va. (41). 1899. G 
Munson, William Henry, Teacher of Zoology, State Normal School, 

Winona, J^linn. (54). F 
*Munsterberg, Hugo Ph. D., M. D., LL. D., Harvard University, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. (47). 1898. H 
Murbach, Louis, Ph. D., 950 Cass Ave., Detroit, Mich. (54). F 
^Murdoch, John, Public Library, Boston, Mass. (29). 1886. F H 
Murdock, George T-, Mechanician and Inventor, 33 Wallace Place, Newark, 

N.J. (50). ABD 
Murdy, Robert L., M. D., Aberdeen, S. Dak. (60). K 
Murfee, Hopson Owen, Marion Institute, Marion, Ala. (61). 
*Murlin, John Raj^mond, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, New 
York University Medical School, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. K 
Murphy, Felix, M. D., Doylestown, Pa. (60). K 

Murphy, Francis H., E. E., 3409 4th St., Des Moines, Iowa. (60). D 
*Murphy, John B., M..D., 3305 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 1909. 

K 
Murphy, John Z., M. E., 1949 Lexington St., Chicago, 111. (58). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Murray, Benjamin Lindley, 148 Bryant St., Rahway, N. J. (57). C 
*Murray, Daniel Alexander, Ph. D., Professor of Applied Mathematics, 

McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (47). 1899. A 
Murray, James Jardine, E. M., Orogrande, New Mexico. (60). D 
Murray, John Francis, C. E., 607 Broad St. Station, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). D 
Murray, T. Morris, M. D., 2107 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D. C. 

(60). K 
*Musser, John Herr, M. D., 1927 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
1906. I K 
Myers, Edward W., 375 Arcade Building, Greensboro, N. C. (49) 
*Myers, George William, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 

University of Chicago, Chicago, III. (46). 1899. A 
Myers, Nathaniel, 135 Central Park West, New York, N. Y. (57). 
Myers, Victor C, 116 South Lake Ave., Albany, N. Y. (60). C 
*Myers, William Shields, 71 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (43). 1898. C 
*Nachtrieb, Henry Francis, Professor of Animal Biology, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (53) 1905. F 
*Nagle, James C, Professor of Civil Engineering, A. and M. College of 
Texas, College Station, Texas. (40). 1893. B D 
Nakamura, Keijiro, E. M., care Sumitomo's Smelting Works, Shisaka- 

Shima, Ochigun, lyo, Japan. (60). D 
Nash, Albert W., M. D., Jefferson, Me. (60). K 
Nash, Arthur Douglas, 280 State St., Flushing, L I., N. Y. (57). C 
*Nash, Geo. V., 2587 Bainbridge Ave., New York, N. Y. (47). 1906. G 
*Nason, Frank L., West Haven, Conn. (36). 1888. E 

Nason, William A., M. D., Algonquin, 111. (58). F 
*Neal, Herbert Vincent, Professor of Biologv, Knox College, Galesburg, 
111. (53). 1905. F 
Neale, Henry Marion, M. D., Upper Lehigh, Pa. (58). K 
Neall, Newitt Jackson, E. E., 12 Pearl St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Needham, F. M., Riverside. 111. (58). F 
*Xeedham, James George, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Limnology, 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. (45). 1898. FL 
Needham, John B., Jr., Salem Public School, Salem, Mo. (54). 
Neely, John Crosby, E. E., 181 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (60). D 
*Nef, John Ulric, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Chicago, 
Chicago, 111. (39). 1 89 1. C 
Neff, George Rea, M. D., Farmington, Iowa. (58). F H K 
Neiler, Samuel Graham, Consulting and Designing Engineer, 1409 Man- 
hattan Building, Chicago, 111. (50). D 
♦Neill, Charles P., Ph. D., U. S. Commissioner of Labor, Department of 
Commerce and Labor, Washington, D. C. (54). 1906. I 
Neilson, John, 311 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). A 
Neilson, Walter Hopper, M. D., Editor "Milwaukee Medical Journal," 

114 Garfield Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. (51). K 
Nellis, William Jacob, M. D., 210 State St., Albany, N. Y. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Nelson, Alfred Brierly, M. D., 443 West Lexington Ave., Danville, Ky. 
(30). 1882. ABD 
Nelson, Allen H., 64 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (61). 
*Nelson, Aven, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of Wyoming, 

Laramie, Wyo. (50). 1903. G 
♦Nelson, Edward William, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 
D. C. (54)- 1906. F 
Nelson, James Allen, Ph. D., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department 

of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (55). F 
Nelson, James W., M. E., 61 Livingston St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Nelson, N. L. T., Ph. D., Des Moines College, Des Moines, Iowa. (.53). 

G 
Nelson, Wm., United Bank Building, Paterson, N. J. (42). H 
Nesmith, Henry E., Jr., 82 Beaver St., New York, N. Y. (30). H 
Ness, H., 813 Lincoln Ave., Ames, Iowa. (58). F 
Nettelroth, Alexander, M. D., 629 Baxter Ave., Louisville, Ky. (60). K 

Neu, Daniel Alfred, (55)- 6 

Neuman, George Handel, M. D., 194 State St., Albany, N. Y. (60). K 

♦Newcomb, Harry Turner, R. F. D. No. i, Bethesda, Md. (47). 1898. I 

Newcomb, William W., M. D., 34 Mt. Vernon Ave., Detroit, Mich. (58). 

FK 

♦Newcombe, Frederick Charles, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University 

of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (43). 1896. G 

Newell, Lyman C, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Boston University, 

Boston. Mass. (60). C 
Newell, Marcus A., M. D., Sheridan, Wyo. (60). K 
Newell, William, M. E., Fidelity and Casualty Co., 97 Cedar St., New 
York, N. Y. D 
*Newell, Wilmon, College Station, Texas. (53). 1906. F G 
Newhart, Horace, M. D., 910 Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 

(60). K 
Newkirk, Burt L., College of Engineering, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (58). D 
Newkirk, Chauncey F., 2482 North Hermitage Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Newkirk, Johnson, General Chemical Co., Camden, N. J. (58). C 
♦.Newland, David Hale, Assistant State Geologist, State Museum, Albany, 

N. Y. (54). 1909. E 
*Newlands, James A., Chemist to State Board of Health, State Chemical 
Laboratory, Middletown, Conn. (57). 1909. C K 
Newman, Arthur C, Armstrong Manual Training School. Washington, 

D. C. (61). 
*Newinan, Horatio H , Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, University 

of Texas, Austin, Tex. (58). 1909. F 
Newman, Hugo, 538 West 150th St., New York, N.Y. (61). L 
*Newsom, John Flesher, Ph. D., Professor of Mining Geology, Leland 
Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (44). 1903. E 
NichoU, William Evan, Hastings College, Hastings, Nebr. (60). H L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Nichols, Austin P., 4 Highland Ave., Haverhill, Mass. (37). C 
Nichols, Charles Lemuel, M. D., 38 Cedar St., Worcester, Mass. (60). 
K 
*Nichols, Edward Leamington, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (28). 1881. BC 
*Nichols, Ernest Fox, LL. D., President, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 
N. H. (41). 1893. B 
Nichols, M. Louise, Ph. D., Teacher of Geography and Zoology, Phila- 
delphia Normal School, 3207 Summer St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
EFL 
Nichols, Susan P., Ph. D., Instructor in Botany, Oberlin College, Oberlin, 
Ohio. (60). G 
*Nichols, Walter Smith, 100 William St., New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. 

AB 
*Nichols, Wm. H., 25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. C 
Nichols, William Wallace, M. E., 7 1 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Nicholson, Edgar H., 2,3 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). A 
Nicholson, Isaac F., 1018 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Nicholson, Joseph L., M. D., 400 Penn St., Camden, N. J. (60). K 
Nicholson, Louise, Madison Academy, Madison, N. J. (60). A 
Nickerson, George W., M. D., 55 Central St., Stoneham, Mass. (60). K 
Nickerson, Winfield S., M. D., 517 Essex St., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). 
FK 
*Nicol, Wm., Professor of Mineralogy, School of Mining, Kingston, Canada. 

(57). 1909. E 
Nicola, Frank F., Farmers Bank Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
Nies, Rev. James B., Ph. D., London City and Midland Bank, Ltd., 

Threadneedle St., London, England. (58). H 
Niles, Robert Lossing, 20 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (47). BCD 
*Nipher, Francis Eugene, Professor of Physics, Washington University, 
St. Louis, Mo. (24). 1876. B 
Nisbet, Walter O., M. D., Charlotte, N. C. (58). K 
Nixon, George, E. E., 709 Front Ave., Spokane, Wash. (60). D 
Noble, Albert E., E. M., 20th St. and Wilmer Ave., Anniston, Ala. (60). 

D 
Noble, Alfred, 7 East 42nd St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Noble, Charles Albert, 2224 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, Cal. (60). 1910. A 
Noble, Harriet I., M. D., 3036 Oxford St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). K 
Noble, Levi F., 192 Genesee St., Auburn, N. Y. (54). E 
Noer, JuHus, M. D., Stoughton, Wis. (60). K 
*Nolan, Edw. J., M. D., Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(29). 1890. F K 
Nolte, Lewis G., M. D., Senn's Block, Milwaukee, Wis. (51). K 
Norbury, Frank Parsons, M. D., Kankakee State Hospital, Hospital, III. 

(58). H I K L 
Norgaard, Victor A., V. S., Honolulu, Hawaii. (58). F K 
*Norris, Chas., M. D., 1696 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Norris, F. O., M. D., Eagle Lake, Tex. (60). , K 
*Norris, Harry Waldo, Professor of Zoology, Iowa College, Grinnell, Iowa. 

(53). 1908. F 
*Norris, Prof. James F., 124 Ana wan Ave., West Roxbury, Mass. (54)- 
1906. C 
Norsworthy, Naomi, Tutor in Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (54). K 
North, Charles E., M. D., Hudson Terminal, 30 Church St., New York, 

N. Y. (60). D K 
North, W. B., 2140 Robinwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. (60). C 
*Northrup, Edwin Fitch, Ph. D., 4901 Stenton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
(58). 1910. B D 
Norton, A. Wellington, LL. D., Madison, S. D. (52). I 
Norton, Arthur Orlo, Assistant Professor of the History and Art of Teaching, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 
Norton, Prof. Arthur O., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 
Norton, Charles E., M. D., iiS Lisbon St., Lewiston, Me. (60). K 
*Norton, J. B. S., Professor of Botany, Maryland Agricultural College, 

College Park, Md. (47). 1899. G 
*Norton, J. Pease, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Economics and Statistics, 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (57). 1907. I 
*Norton, Jesse Baker, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
(52). 1909. G 
Norton, John Foote, 5737 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
Norton, John H., Citrus Experiment Station, Riverside, Cal. (58). C 
*NoRTON, Thomas H., U. S. Consul, Chemnitz, Saxony, Germany. (35). 

1887. c 
^Norwood, Charles Joseph, Professor of Mining and Metallurgy, State 
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. (54). 1906. E 
Notman, George, 99 John St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Novak, Edw. E., M. D., New Prague, Minn. (60). K 
*Novy, Frederick G., M. D., Professor of Bacteriology, University of 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (36). 1889. CK 
*Noyes, Arthur Amos, Ph. D., Mass. Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. (45). 1897. C 
Noyes, La Verne, 1450 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Noyes, Wm. Albert, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111. (32). 1885. C 
Nunn, P. N., Provo, Utah. (58). D 
*Nunn, Richard J., M. D., 5 York St., East, Savannah, Ga. (33). 1906. 
BHK 
Nutt, John Joseph, The Seminole, Broadwav and 69th St., New York, 

N. Y. (57). 
*NuttalI, Mrs. Zeiia, Casa Alvarado, Coyoacan, D. F., Mexico. (35). 

1887. H 
*Nutting, Prof. Charles Cleveland, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, 
Iowa. (40). 1892. F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Nutting, Perley Oilman, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C. (53)- 1906. ABHL 
Nylander, Olof O., R. F. D. 4, Caribou, Me. (50). F 

Nyswander, Reuben Edson, Jr., (SS)- B 

Oakes, F. James, 137 Wilson Ave., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. (49). 
Oakley, Russell A., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (60). G 
Obear, George Barrows, Brown University, Providence, R. I. (54). B 
*Oberholser, Harry Church, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 
D. C. (46). 1898. EFH 
O'Brien, John, Jr., M. D., Marting, W. Va. (60). K 
O'Brien, Mary Editha, 134 Warren Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. (58). 
O'Brien, Thomas H., E. M., General Manager, Stag Caiion Fuel Co., 

Dawson, \. M. (60). D 
O'Byrne, Leo C, 2545 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (56). C D 
Ochs, Adolph S., Times Building, Times Square, New York, N. Y. (57). 
O'Connell, Charles J., 2413 Portland Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (60). C 
O'Connell, Rt. Rev. Dennis J., 1000 Fulton St., San Francisco, Cal. 

(58). L 
O'Connor, Haldeman, 13 North Front St., Harrisburg, Pa. (51). E H 
Odenbach, Rev. Frederick L., S. J., Director, INIeteorological Observatory, 

St. Ignatius College, Cleveland, Ohio. (54). B E F 
O'Donovan, Charles, M. D., 10 East Read St., Baltimore, Md. (58). K 
Oestlund, Oscar W., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Biology, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (50). F 
Oettinger, Philip J., Ph. D., 621 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). C D 
Of, Charles, E. M., South Stafford, Vt. (60). D 
O'Gara, P. J., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Medford, Oregon. 

(61). G 
Ogden, Henry Vining, M. D., 141 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, Wis. (51). 

FG K 
Ogden, Dr. J. Bergen, i I^Iadison Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
Ogden, Robert Curtis, LU. D., 125 East 56th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Ogden, Robert Morris, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy and Psj'chology, 

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. (58). H L 
Ogden, Rollo, Editor, New York Evening Post, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Ogilvie, Ida Helen, Ph. D., Tutor in Geology Barnard College, Col- 
umbia University, New York, N. Y. (51). 1909. E 
Ogle, Oliver L., M. D, 2625 St. Louis Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 
Oglevee, Christopher Stoner, Lincoln College, Lincoln, 111. (50). F G 
*0'Harra, Cleophas Cisney, Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, State 
School of Mines, Rapid City, S. Dak. (49). 1907. E 
Ohern, D. W., Ph. D., Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, Okla. 

(58). E 
Ohle, Ernest L., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis, Mo. (58). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Ohler, William H., 216 Spring St., Portland, Me. (58). B C 6 K 
*Ohlmacher, Albert Philip, M. D., 350 Pennsylvania Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
(54). 1906. K 
0'Keefe,Mary W., Principal, Throop School, Chicago, 111. (58). I L 
Okerstrom, Albert, M. D., Sycamore, 111. (57). K 

♦Oldberg, Oscar, Professor of Pharmacy and Applied Pharmaceutical 
Chemistry, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, 111. 
(54). 1909. C L 
*01ds, George Daniel, LL. D., Department of Mathematics, Amherst 
College, Amherst, Mass. (54). 1907. A 
O'Leary, Pearse, M. D., Vicksburg, Miss. (60). K 
Oleson, Olaf M., Fort Dodge, Iowa. (53). G 
Olin, Stephen H., 34 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*01iphant, F. H., Geologist of South Pennsylvania Oil Co., Oil City, Pa. 

(51). 1906. E 
*01ive, Edgar William, Ph. D., State College of Agriculture and Mechanic 

Arts, Brookings, S. Dak. (48). 1903. G 
♦Oliver, Charles Augustus, M. D., 1507 Locust St. Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
1905. H K L 
Olmsted, John Charles, Landscape Architect, 16 Warren St., Brookline, 
Mass. (50). E I 
*01ney, Louis Atwell, Professor of Chemistry, Lowell Textile School, 
Lowell, Mass. (57). 1908. C 
Olsen, O. T., M. D., St. Andrew's Terrace, Grimsby, England. (60). K 
Olsen, Tinius, 500 North 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). D 
Olshausen, B. A., 1505 St. Andrews Place, Los Angeles, Cal. f6o). C 
Olson, David, Professor of Geography, Stevens Point Normal School, 

Stevens Point, Wis. (58). E 
Olson, George A., 1708 Opal St., Pullman, Wash. (60). C 
*01sson-Seffer, Pehr, Ph. D., Consulting Scientist, Tropical Agriculture 
and Forestry, Apartado 133 Bis, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. (55). 1909. 
EG 
Olyphant, Robert Morri.son, Jr., 16 East 52d St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). 
O'Malley, Thomas James, M. D., 168 East North Ave., Chicago, 111. 

(58). BCHK 
*0'Neill, Edmond, Professor of Chemistry, University of California, 

Berkeley, Cal. (57). 1910. C 
Opdyke, William Stryker, 20 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Opie, Eugene Lindsay, M. D., 161 East 79th St., New York, N. Y. (58). 

K 
Oppenheimer, Bernard Sutro, M. D., 2345 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

(60). K 
O'Reilly, Andrew J., E. E., 2207 South Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

r6o). D 
*Orleman, Col. Louis H., Ph. D., 115 Drexel Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

(47). 1900. 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Orndorff, William Ridgely, Ph. D., Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y, 
(60). 1910. C 
Orr, Edward D., M. D., Mt. Hope, Wis. (58). K 
Orr, Miss Mary Moore, 102 Remson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). I L 
*Orr, William, Jr., 30 Firglade Ave., Springfield, Mass. (39). 1895. 

BCEL 
Orrok, George A., C. E., 232 East 17th St., Flatbush, N. Y. (60). D 
*Ortmann, Arnold Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Physical Geography, 
School of Mines, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (51). 
1903. E F 
*Orton, Edward, Jr., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (48). 

1900. C E 
*Orton, William Allen, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (49). 1909. G 
OsBORN, Chase S., Sault Ste Marie, Mich. (60). E 
*Osborn, Frederick A., Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Wash- 
ington, Seattle, Wash. (50). 19 10. B 
*Osborn, Henry Fairfield, LL. D., President, American Museum of Natural 

History, New York, N. Y. (29). 1883. EF 
*Osborn, Henry Leslie, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Hamline University, 

St. Paul, Minn. (52). 1906. F 
*Osborn, Herbert, Professor of Zoology and Entomology, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, Ohio. (32). 1884. F 
Osborn, Ralph, De Witt CHnton High School, 59th St. and loth Ave., 

NewYork, N. Y. (60). FG 
Osborn, Wm. Church, 71 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Osborne, George Abbott, Professor of Mathematics, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (50). 1903. A 
Osborne, Loyall Allen, E. E., Manager, Westinghouse Electric and Man- 
ufacturing Co. Works, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
*Osborn, Raymond Carroll, Ph. D., Asst. Professor of Zoology, Barnard 

College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (50). 1906. F 
Osgood, Alfred Townsend, M. D., 14 East sSth St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Osgood, Joseph B. F., P. O. Box 212, Salem, Mass. (31). 
Osgood, Paul M., Hotel Woodbridge, W. Somerville, Mass. (60). C 
*Osgood, Wilfred Hudson, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (52). 1905. F 
*Osgood, William Fogg, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 1909. A 
*0'Shea, Prof. Michael Vincent, Secretary, Society of College Teachers 
of Education, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (53). 1907. 
HIL 
Osmun, A. Vincent, Assistant Professor of Botany, Massachusetts Agri- 
cultural College, Amherst, Mass. (60). G 
Osterhout, George E., New Windsor, Colo. (60). G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Osterhout, Winthrop John Vanleuven, Asst. Professor of Botany, Har- 
vard University, Cambridge, Mass. (6i). G 
Ostrup, John Christian, C. E., 203 West 103d St., New York, N. Y. (60). 

D 
Othmann, Henry I., Lakeside Inn, Lakeside, Cal. (56). 
Otis, Herbert Foster, 165 Fisher Ave., Brookline, Mass. (61). 
*Ott, Isaac, M. D., Easton, Pa. (54). 1906. K 
Ottley, Miss Alice M., Instructor in Botany, Wellesley College, Wellesley, 

Mass. (61). G 
Overlock, Melvin G., M. D., 91 Chandler St., Worcester, Mass. (60). K 
*Overton, James Bertram, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany, Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (52). 1906. G 
*Owen, Charles Lorin, Assistant Curator, Field Museum of Natural History, 

Chicago, 111. (50). 1902. H 
Owen, Ira J., M. E., 1202 Marquette Building, Chicago, 111. (58). D 
*OwEN, Miss Juliette A., 306 North Ninth St., St. Joseph, Mo. (50). 

1906. F 
Owen, Miss Luella Agnes, 306 North Ninth St., St. Joseph, Mo. (47). 

EH 
Owen, Miss Mary Alicia, 306 North Ninth St., St. Joseph, Mo. (50). H 
Owen, Thomas M., Director, Alabama State Department of Archives 

and History, Montgomery, Ala. (60). 
Owens, William Gundy, Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Bucknell 

LTniversity, Lewisburg, Pa. (50). BC 
Pack, Fred J., Ph. D., Deseret Professor of Geology, University of Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. (54). E 
Paddock, Eugene H., 149 West 72d St., New York, N. Y. (57). E 
*Paddock, Wendell, State Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo. (50). 

1901. G 
Paffard, Frederic C, M. D., 238 Clinton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). K 
Page, Abbott C, Professor of Chemistry, Cedar Falls, Iowa. (58). C 
Page, Alexander G., Leona Chemical Works, 50th Ave., Oakland, Cal. 

(60). C 
Page, Cl.^rence v., C. E., E. M., P. O. B0X922, Butte, Mont. (51). DE 
Page, Dr. Dudley L., 94 Merrimack St., Lowell, Mass. (33). F 
Page, Edward D., 60 Worth St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Page, Herbert M., Manual Training High School, Kansas City, Mo. 

(60). AB 
*Page, James Morris, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, LTniversity of 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (58). 1909. A 
Page, Logan Waller, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(52). C 
Page, Mrs. Mary B., 54 vScott St., Chicago, 111. (61). L 
Page, Mrs. Nellie K., 636 Rogers St., Lowell, Mass. (33). F 
Paine, Clarence S., Secretary, Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, 

Nebr. (58). H 
Paine, Mrs. Clinton P., 1115 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Paine, Cyrus Fay, 242 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (12). 1874. A B 
Paine, Ellery Burton, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (54). B D 
*PalachE, Charles, University Museum, Cambridge, Mass. (44). 1896. 

E 
♦Palmer, Albert de Forest, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics, Brown 

University, Providence, R. I. (47). 1900. A B 
*Palmer, Charles Skeele, Ph. D., 23 Park Place, Newtonville, Mass. (50). 
1901. C L 
Palmer, Claud Irwin, 4346 Champlain Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). L 
Palmer, Dr. Edward, Division of Plants, U. S. National Museum, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (22). G H 
Palmer, Ezra, M. D., i Van Buren Hall, Trinitv Court, Boston, Mass. 

(51). K 
Palmer, Harry Mitchell, E. E., 71 Hazelwood Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. 

(60). D 
Palmer, Theodore Sherman, M. D., 1939 Biltmore St. X. \V., Washington, 

D. C. (58j. F 
Palmer, Thomas Waverly, President, Alabama Girls' Industrial School, 

Montevallo, Ala. (55). A 
Palmer, William Carl, Box loi, Fargo, N. D., (60). C E 
Paltsits, Hon. Victor Hugo, State Historian, The Capitol, Albany, N. Y. 

(51). HI 
*Pammel, Louis Hermann, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Iowa State 
College, Ames, Iowa. (39). 1892. G 
Parham, Frederick William, M. D., 1429 Seventh St., New Orleans, La. 

(55). K 
Parish, Henry, 52 Wall St., New York, X. Y. (49). 
Park, Charles F., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 
(60). 
*Park, Roswell, M. D., 510 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (45). 1901. 

HK 
*Park, William Hallock, M. D., 315 West 76th St., New York, N. Y. (51). 
1903. K 
Parker, Delos L., M. D., 559 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich. (60). K 
*Parker, George Howard, Professor of Zoology, Harvard L^niversity, 

Cambridge, Mass. (50). 1901. F K 
*Parker, Herschel Clifford, Adjunct Professor of Physics, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (43). 1900. B 
Parker, Matthew A., Professor of Chemistry, University of Manitoba, 

Winnipeg, Canada. (58). C 
Parker, William Lincoln, 312 Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass. (50). 
Parkhurst, Frederic A., M. E., City Hotel, Bridge ton, N. J. (60). D 
*Parkhurst, John Adelbert, Instructor in Practical Astronomy, Yerkes 
Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis. (58). 1910. A 
Parkins, Almon Ernest, 105 Normal St., Ypsilanti, Mich. (60). E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Parks, Charles Wellman, Civil Engineer, U. vS. N., U. S. Navy Yard, 

Bremerton, Wash. (50). 1897. B D E 
Parmelee, Horatio P., 100 Monroe St., Grand Rapids, Mich. (42). E H 
Parmelee, Linus S., 933 Grand Traverse St., Flint, Mich. (58). BC 
Parmenter, George Freeman, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Colby 

College, Waterville, Me. (58). C 
Paroutand, A., 37 Murray St., \ew York, N. Y. (57). 
*Parr, Samuel Wilson, Professor of Applied Chemistry, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (55). 1908. C 
Parrott, P. J., Geneva, N. Y. (60). F 

Parsons, Arthur L., University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (53). E 
*Parsons, Charles Lathrop, Professor of Chemistry, New Hampshire Col- 
lege, Durham, N. H. (41). 1896. C 
Parsons, Chas. W., 30 West 94th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Parsons, Charles W. D., 1009 Grove St., Evanston, 111. (60). B 
Parsons, Hon. Herbert, House of Re]3rePentatives,\\'ashington, D. C. (57). 
Parsons, John E., hi Broadway, New York, N. Y. (36). 
Parsons, William Claude, M. E., 2433 Woodstock Ave., Braddock, Pa. 

(58). D 
Partridge, Edward A., Ph. D., Head of Department of Science, Central 

Manual Training School, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). ■ A B 
Pascal, Henry S., M. D., 1672 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Pastorius, Charles Sharp less, 415 North Cascade Ave., C>jlorado Springs, 

Colo. (51). 
Patch, Miss Edith M., Entomologist, Maine Agricultural Exi)eriment 

Station, Orono, Me. (58). F 
Patera, Frank J., M. D., 1647 CUfton Park Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Patitz, J. F. Max, M. E., 473 38th St., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). D 
*Paton, Stewart, M. D., Princeton, N. J. (50). 1902. F K 
Paton, Wm. Agnew, Lakewood, N. J. (57). 
Patrick, Edw. T., Drawer C, Goldfield, Nevada. (54). G I 
Patrick, Frank, 603 Dwight Building, Kansas City, Mo. (50). F G 
Patten, Frank Chauncv, Librarian, Rosenberg Library, Galveston, Tex. 

(53). I 
Patten, Miss Jane Boit, South Natick, Mass. (55). G 
Patten,. John, President, Patten Vacuum Ice Machine Co., 40 South 

Front St., Baltimore, Md. (43). 
Patten, Miss Juliet Craik, 2212 R St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (49). G 
*Patten, William, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Dartmouth College, Han- 
over, N. H. (58). 19 10. F 
*Patterson, Andrew Henry, Professor of Physics, University of N. C, 

Chapel Hill, N. C. (51). 1906. B 
*Patterson, Austin M., Ph. D., Xenia, Ohio. (51). 1906. C 
Patterson, Charles \\'aggener, 3640 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. 

(58). C 

*Patterson, Mrs. Flora Wambaugh, U. S. Department of Agriculture 
Washington, D. C. (44). 1909. G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Patterson, George Washington, Ph. D., care Brown, Shipley & Co., 123 

Pall Mall, London, England. (44). 1896. A B D 
Patterson, Guillermo, Jr., 518 West 145th St., New York, N. Y. (58). 

CD K 
♦Patterson, Harry Joseph, College Park, Md. (36). 1890. C 
♦Patterson, Prof. James Lawson, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. (45). 

1906. A D 
Patterson, John C, M. D., 177 Union Ave., Batavia, 111. (60). K 
Patterson, John Thomas, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, University of 

Texas, Austin, Texas. (61). F 

Patterson, Stewart, (58). 

Patterson, Thomas Leon, care Gypsy Moth Parasite Laboratory, Melrose 

Highlands, Mass. (61). F 
Patthey, Henry L., 2622 Clinton Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (56). 
Pattillo, Nathan Allen, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, College Park, 

Va. (60). A 
Pattison, Chas. E., Fuller Building, 23d St. and Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. (57). D 
Pattison, Frank A., Consulting Electrical Engineer, Fuller Building, 

23d St. and Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). D 
*Patton, Horace Bushnell, Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, 

Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo. (37). 1901. E 
Patton, Leicester, Charlottesville, Va. (60). C 
*Paul, Henry Martyn, Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N., U. S. Naval 

Academy, Annapolis, Md. (33). 1885. A B 
Paull, Leslie Fairbanks, Associate Professor of Horticulture, Colorado 

Agricultural College, Fort Collins, Colo. (54). G 
Paulson, Thomas Christian, Louisiana Experiment Station, Baton Rouge, 

La. (61). K 
*Payne, Bruce Ryburn, Ph. D., Professor of Education, University of 

Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (55). 1907. I 
Payne, Henry Man, Ph. D., Professor of Mining Engineering, West 

Virginia University, Morgantown, W. Va. (58). D E 
*Peabody, Charles, Ph. D., Instructor in Anthropology, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 1908. H 
Peabody, Eunice D., 272 Prescott St., St. Paul, Minn. (58). F H 
Peabody, George Foster, 2 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Peabody, Geo. Livingston, M. D., 57 West 38th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Peabody, James E., Scarsdale, N. Y. (61). 

Peabody, Mary Brown, All Saints School, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. (52). F G 

*Pearce, Edward D., P. O. Box 977, Providence, R. I. (57). 1908. C 

Pearce, James Edwin, Principal, Austin High School, Austin, Tex. (51). 

H 
Pearce, Richard Mills, Jr., M. D., Professor of Experimental Medicine, 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (56). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Pearl, Raymond, Ph. D., Agricultural Experiment Station, Orono, Me. 

(53)- 1905. F 
*Pearse, A. S., Instructor in Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Mich. (54). 1910. F 
Pearson, Fred. Stark, Consulting Engineer, 25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

(50). D 
Pearson, Gustaf Adolph, IT. S. Forest Service, Flagstaff, Ariz. (60). G 
Pearson, Guy H., 58 Morris St., Yonkers, N. Y. (60). C 
Pearson, Henry Carr, Principal, Horace Mann School, 501 West 120th St., 

New York, N. Y. (58). L 
Pearson, Preston W., M. D., Emory, Tex. (60). K 
*Pearson, Raymond Allen, Commissioner of Agriculture, Albany, N. Y. 
(49). 1901. I 
Pease, Miss Clara A., Public High School, Hartford, Conn. (47). E 
Pease, Frederic N., P. O. Box 503, Altoona, Pa. (58). C 
Peattie, Mrs. Elia Wilkinson, 7660 Bond Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). H 
Peck, Charles E., 2 East 45th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Peck, Charles Horton, State Botanist, Geological Hall, Albany, N. Y. 

(52). 1906. G 
*Peck, Frederick Burritt, Ph. D., Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, 
Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. (49). 1907. E 
Peck, Mrs. John Hudson, 3 Irving Place, Troy, N. Y. (28). H I K 
Peck, John Sedgwick, E. E., 4 Groby Place, Altrincham, England. (60). 

D 
Peck, Samuel S., Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Experiment Station, Hono- 
lulu, Hawaii. (58). C 
Peck, W^illiam Adorno, C. E., 1643 Champa St., Denver, Colo. (19). D 
*Peckham, Wm. Clark, Professor of Physics, Adelphi College, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. (54). 1906. A B 
Pedersen, James, M. D., 20 East 46th St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Pedersen, Victor C, M. D., 45 West 9th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
*Peed, Mansfield T., Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Emory 

College, Oxford, Ga. (53). 1909. A 
Peek, William A., M. D., 1403 Lewis St., Helena, Mont. (60). K 
Peet, Charles Emerson, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Peet, Rev. Stephen Denison, Ph. D., Salem, Mass. (58). H 
*Pegram, George Braxton, Ph. D., Tutor in Physics, Columbia University, 

New York, N. Y. (52). 1905. B 
*Pierce, Benjamin Osgood, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Natural 
Philosophy, Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass. (47). 1898. A B 
*Pierce, George James, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Stanford University, 

Cal. (44). 1897. G 
Peirce, Harold, 222 Drexel Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (33). H I 
Peirson, Charles L., 191 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Pelo, William J., Assistant, Division of Education, Harvard University, 
Cambridge, Mass. (60). L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Pember, Frederick R., A'-sistant Plant Physiologist, Rhode Island Agri- 
cultural Experiment Staton, Kingston, R. I. (58). G 
*Pemberton, Henry, 1947 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. 

Pemberton, Ralph, M. D., 1947 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 

Pendleton, Ellen F., \^■ellesley College, AVellesley, Mass. (60). A 

Pendleton, F. K., 7 East 86th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Pendleton, Frank E., M. E., 140 Cedar St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 

Pendleton, Joseph S., E. M., 144 North 5th St., Reading, Pa. (60). D 
*Penhallow, David Pearce, Professor of Botany, McGill University, Mon- 
treal, Canada. (54). 1907. E G 

Pennell, William W., M. D., 205 North Main St., Mt. Vernon, Ohio. (51). 
K 

Penney, Rupert L., M. E., 80 Willard St., Westville Station, New Haven, 
Conn. (58). D 
*Pennington, Mary Engle, Ph. D., 405 Lancaster Ave., St. Davids, Pa. 
(47). 1900. CFGK 

Pennock, Edward, 3609 Wooland Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). B G 

Penny, Charles L., Newark, Del. (60). C 

Pennypacker, James Lane, 614 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 

Penrose, Charles B., M. D., Ph.D., 1720 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
(51). BEFK 

Penrose, Clement A., M. D., 21 West Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
(60). K 
*Penrose, Richard Alexander Fullerton, Jr., Ph. D., 460 Bullitt 
Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (38). 1890. E 

Pentecost, Capt. E. H., Barrack Tor, Topsfield, Mass. (60). 

Pentecost, Mrs. Capt. E. H., Barrack Tor, Topsfield, Mass. (60). 
*Pepper, George Hubbard, University of Pennsylvania Museixm, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (48). 1900. H 

Pergande, Theodore, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
(58). F 

Perisho, Ellwood Chappell, Professor of Geology, University of South 
Dakota, Vermilion, S. D. (61). E 

Perkins, Arthur, 14 State St., Hartford, Conn. (31). A B 
*Perkins, Charles Albert, Ph. D., Professor of Electrical Engineering, 
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. (47). 1900. B D L 

Perkins, Edmund Taylor, U. S. Reclamation Service, 777 Federal Build- 
ing, Chicago-, 111. (52). E 

Perkins, Frank Walley, Assistant Superintendent, U. S. Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey, W-ashington, D. C. (52). B 
*Perkins, George Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of 
Vermont, Burlington, Vt. (17). 1882. EH 

Perkins, Henry Cleveland, E. M., 1701 Connecticut Ave., Washington, 
D. C. (60). D 
*Perkins, Henry Farnham, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, Uni- 
versity of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. (52). 1909. F 

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MEMBERS AND FEL,t,OWS. 

Perkins, Jacob Henry, 14 Victoria Square, Clifton, Bristol, England. 

(60). 'l 
Perkins, R. C. L., Hawaii Sugar Planters' Experiment Station, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. (58). F 
Perkins, \Vm. H., Park Avenue Hotel, \ew York, N. Y. (57). 
*Perrine, Charles Dillon, Astronomer, Observatorio \acional, Cordoba, 
Argentine Republic, S. A. (51). 1903. A 
Perrine, Miss Lura L., 609 Normal Ave., Valley City, X. Dak. (47). 

EFG H 
Perrow, JMosby Garland, Ph. D., Lynchburg, Va. (58). C G L 
*Perry, Arthur C, 226 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). 1896. A B 
Perry, Chas. J., Perry's Pharmacy, New York, N. Y. (57). A B C G I K L 
Perry, Chas. M., Greene, R. I. (57). C 

Perry, Thomas Sergeant, 312 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (50). I 
Pershing, Howell T., M, D., 1169 Race St., Denver, Colo. (54). K 
Peskind, Arnold, M. D., 2414 East 55th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (51). K 
Petravel, J. E., The University, Manchester, England. (61). 
Peter, Alfred Meridith, Chemist, Kentucky Agricultural Experiment 
Station, 26S East Maxwell St., Lexington, Ky. (57). C 
*Peters, Amos William, Ph. D., 66 Francis St., Boston, Mass. (53). 

1908. F K 
Peters, Prof. Clayton Ames, Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(46). BG ' 
Peters, Edward Dyer, E. M., 38 Percival St., Dorchester, Mass. (60). D 
*Peters, Edw. T., P. O. Box 2482, Washington, D. C. (33). 1889. I 
Peters, Fredus N., 5423 Cleveland St., Kansas City, Mo. (58). A 
Peters, George H., U. S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C. (eo"). B 
*Peters, Wm. J., 405, The Ontario, Washington, D. C. (57). 1909. B 
Petersen, Neils Frederick, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. 
(50). G 
*Peterson, Frederick, M. D., 4 West 50th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
1901. F K 
Peterson, Joseph, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Provo, Utah, (58). H 
Peterson, Olaf August, Carnegie Mu.seum, Pittsburg, Pa. (55). F 
Peterson, William A., Superintendent, U. S. Agricultural Experiment 

Station, Yuma, Ariz. (60). G 
Petre, Axel Emile, P. O. Box 1606, Philadelphia, Pa. (48). D 
*Petrunkevitch. Alexander, Ph. D., 54 Walnut St., Montclair, X. J. (54)- 

1906. F 
*Pettee, Charles Holmes, Dean and Professor of Mathematics, New Hamp- 
shire College, Durham, N. H. (47). 1908. A 
Pettee, Charles L. W., care Hartford Laboratory Co., Hartford, Conn. 
(58). C 
*Pettegrew, David Lyman, P. O. Box 75. Worcester, Mass. (44). 1906. 
AL 
Petterson, Christian A., 3922 Lowell Ave., Chicago, 111. (52). A L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Pettis, Clifford R., care Forest, Fish and Game Commission, Albany, 
N. Y. (6i). G 

Pettit, R. H., Michigan Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. (56). F 

Petty, Orlando H., M. D., 6215 Ridge Ave., Roxboro, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(60). K 

Pfeiffer, Wanda May, Ph. D., University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (60). G 

Pfister, Joseph Clement, Professor of Physics, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. (58). A B D 

Pfordte, Otto F., E. M., 15 Donaldson Ave., Rutherford, N. J. (57). E 

Pharr, Henry Newton, Olivier, Louisiana. (55). D 

Phelps, Earle B., 786 Albany St., Boston, Mass. (60). C 

Phelps, Isaac King, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture. Washington, D. C. (60). C 

Philip, Robert Ashby, E. E., 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 

Phillips, Alexander Hamilton, 54 Hodge Road, Princeton, N. J. (58). F 
*Phillips, Andrew Wheeler, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Yale Uni- 
versity, New Haven, Conn. (24). 1879. A 
*Phillips, Everett Franklin, Ph. D., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (58). 1910. F 
*Phillips, Prof. Francis C, Box 126, Allegheny, Pa. (36). 1889. C 

Phillips, Frank J., Professor of Forestry, LTniversity of Nebraska, Lincoln, 
Nebr. (60). G 

Phillips, John C, M. D., 299 Berkeley St., Boston, Mass. (52). F K 
*Phillips, John Lloyd, State Entomologist, Blacksburg, Va. (52). 1906. 
F 

Phillips, Martha R., North Beverly, Mass. (60). 

Phillips, W. J., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. (60). F 

Phipps, Henry, 1063 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Phipps, Lawrence Cowle, C. E., 1154 Colfax Ave., Denver, Colo 
(51). D 

Pickel, Frank Welborn, Professor of Biology, University of Arkansas, 
Fayetteville, Ark. (51). FG 
*Pickering, Edward Charles, Ph. D., Director, Astronomical Observatory 
Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass. (18). 1875. AB 

Pickering, Oscar W., 20 Lenox St., Springfield, Mass. (60). C 

Pickett, Thomas E., M. D., Maysville, Ky. (25). H 

Pickett, William Douglas, 228 Campsie St., Lexington, Ky. (41). D I 

Pickman, Dudley L., 98 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Pierce, Alfred Lawrence, E. E., 65 South Elm St., Wallingford, Conn. 
• (58). D 

Pierce, Arthur Burton, Ph. D., Asst. Professor of Mathematics, University 
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (60). A 

Pierce, Arthur Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Psvchology, Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass. (60). H 

Pierce, Miss Bessie Gillespie, 512 West nth St., Wilmington, Del. (54). C 

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MEMBERS AND FEI^LOWS. 

Pierce, Charles Henry, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of 

Vermont, Burlington, Vt. (60). A D 
*PiERCE, Newton Barris, Pacific Coast Laboratory, U. S. Department 

of Agriculture, Santa Ana, Cal. (49). 1901. G 
Pierce, Norval H., M. D., 31 Washington St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Pierce, Sloan J., R. F. D. No. 4, Warren, Ohio. (50). E 
Pierce, W. Dwight, Box 208, Dallas, Tex. (58). F 
*Pierpont, Prof. James, 42 Mansfield St., New Haven, Conn. (58). 1909. 

ABCDEH I K 
PiERREPONT, Henry E., 216 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). 
Pierrepont, John Jay, i Pierrepont Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). A 
*Piersol, George Arthur, M. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1902. F K 
*Pieters, A. J., President, A. J. Pieters Seed Co., Hollister, Cal. (58). 

1909. G 
Pietrzycki, Marcel, M. D., Dayton, Wash. (51). E I K L 
*Pike, Frank Henry, Assistant in Physiology, University of Chicago 

Chicago, III. (57). 1910. F K 
Pikler, Armin Henry, care Crocker-Wheeler Co., Ampere, N. J. (57). 

BCD 
Pilling, John W., 1301 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(40). 
*Pillsbury, John Elliot, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., 1755 Q St. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. {33). 1898. B D E 
*Pillsbury, John Henry, Principal, AVaban School, Waban, Mass. (23). 

1885. F H 
*Pinchot, Giflord, LL. D., 1615 R. I. Ave., Washington, D. C. (47). 

1899. G 
Pinkerton, Andrew, E. E., Box 427, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
Pinkerton, Thomas C, care Baugh & Son, Morris St. Wharf, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (60). C 
Pinkus, Fredk. S., 70 East 56th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Pinney, Mrs. Augusta Robinson, 178 Main St., Orange, N. J. (44). F G 
*Piper, Charles V., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(53)- 1905- FG 
Pirtle, George W., M. D., Carlisle, Ind. (60). K 
Pitkin, W. B., 836 West End Ave., Manhattan, N. Y. (58). L 
*Pittier, H., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (58). 1910. E G H 
Pitts, Thomas Dorsey, 2432 West Charles St., Baltimore, Md. (51). D 
Planten, John R., Consul General of the Netherlands, 116 Broad St., 

New York, N. Y. (57). 
Plapp, Frederick Wm., 4140 North 42d Ave., Irving Park Station, Chicago, 

111. (52). EFGL 
Piatt, Charles, M. D.., Ph. D., 3612 Baring St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 

CK 
Piatt, Harold Birdsall, Thayer 51, Cambridge, Mass. (60). 

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Plaut, Albert, 28 East 76th St., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Pleasants, J. Hall, M. D., 16 West Chase St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
♦Plimpton, George Arthur, 70 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (47). 1907. 
A 
Plowman, Amon Benton, Ph. D., Carroll College, Waukesha, Wis. (50). 

B 
Plumraer, George William, Harrison Laboratory, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, Philadelphia, Pa. (60). C 
Plunkett, Charles Timothy, Cotton Manufacturer, Adams, Mass. (60). D 
Poats, T. G., Clemson Agricultural College, Clerason College, S. C. (50). 

B 
Podlesak, Henrj' Joseph, E. E., 1548 Ridgeway Ave., Chicago, Til. (60). 

D 
Poetschke, Paul, 26 Spruce St., Corona, N. Y. (60). C 
Pogue, Mary E., M. D., Lake Geneva, Wis. (58). K 
Pohlman, Augustus Grote, M. D., 411 South Fess Ave., Bloomington, 
Ind. (58). F 
*Pohlman, Julius, M. D., 404 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. (32). 1884. 
EF 
Pole, Arminius C, M. D., 2038 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. (51). H K 
Polk, Wm. Mecklenberg, M. D., 7 East 36th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Pollak, Francis D., 427 West 144th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Pollard, Charles Louis, Curator, Staten Island Association of Arts and 

Sciences, New Brighton, N. Y. (44). F G 
Pollitzer, Sigmund, M. D., 51 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. (55). K 
*Pollock, James Barkley, Assistant Professor of Botany, LTniversity of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). 1909. G 
Pomainville, Frank, M. D., Grand Rapids, Wis. (60). K 
Pomeroy, Charles Taylor, Ph. D., 55 Broad St., Newark, N. J. (43). C 
Pomeroy, E. H., M. D., Black Mountain, Va. (58). K 
*Pond, Francis J., Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. (54). 

1906. C 
*Pond, George Gilbert, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania 

State College, State College, Pa. (51). 1903. C 
*Pond, Raymond Haines, Ph. D., 2573 Decatur Ave., New York, N. Y. 
(52). 1905- G 
Pool, Raymond John, Assistant Professor of Botany, University of 
Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (57). G 
*Poor, Charles Lane, Ph. D., Professor of Celestial Mechanics, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (55). 1907. A B 
*Poor, John Merrill, Professor of Astronomy, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 
N. H. (52). 1906. A 
Pope, Curran, M. D., 115 \\'est Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky. (60). K 
Pope, Willis T., Superintendent of Public Instruction, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

(58). G 
Porter, H. Hobart, E. E., M. E.. 52 William St., New York, N. Y. (50). 
D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Porter, Henry Kirke, 1600 I St., Washington, D. C. (50). D 

Porter, Henry L., M. D., Seneca, Mo. (60). K 

Porter, James Edward, Manufacturing Chemist and Analyst, 205 West 

Genesee St., Syracuse, N. Y. (50). C 
Porter, James F., Hubbard Woods, 111. (58). 

Porter, James P., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, Clark Uni- 
versity, Worcester, Mass. (60). F H L 
Porter, Joseph Y., M. D., State Health Officer, Jacksonville, Fla. (60) . K 
*Porter, Royal A., Associate Professor of Physics, Syracuse University, 

Syracuse, N. Y. (54). 1906. BD 
Porter, Thomas L., Clark University, Worcester, Mass. (58). B 
Porter, William Henry, M. D., The Strathmore, Broadway and 52d St., 

New York, N. Y. (57). CFK 
* Porter, William Townsend, M. D., Professor of Comparative Physiology, 

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (50). 1901. FK 
Posada, Dr. Juan de la Cruz, E. M., Medillin, Antioquia, Colombia, S. A. 

(60). D 
Posse, Baroness Rose, Posse Gymnasium, 206 Massachusetts Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass. (52). 
*Post, Charles Alfred, Astronomer, Bayport, Long Island, N. Y. (49). 

1901. A 
Post, J. E. Howard, 209 W^est Monument St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Post, Martin Hayward, M. D., 5371 Waterman Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(60). K 
Poteat, Wm. Louis, President, Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, N. C. 

(47). FG 
Pott, John N., E. M., 423 North Sheridan Ave., Tacoma, Wash. (60). D 
Potter, Adelbert ()., 613 15th St. N. W. Washington, D. C. (56). F 
Potter, Miss Blanch, t,:^ East 38th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Potter, Mary Goddard, M. D., 39 West 60th St., New York, N. Y. (60). 

K 
Potter, Nathan S., Jr., 515 South Second St., Independence, Kans. 

(60). C 
*Potter, William Bancroft, Chief Engineer, Railway Department, Gen. 

Elec. Co., Schenectady, N. Y. (50). 1906. D 
*Potts, Louis Maxwell, Ph. D., care The Rowland Telegraphic Co., 107 

East Lombard St., Baltimore, Md. (54). 1906. B D 
*Pound, Roscoe, Ph. D., Professor of Law, University of Chicago, Chicago, 

III. (54). 1906. 
Powel, Colonel de Veaux, 29 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). D E 
Powel, Samuel W., C. E., 679 Auburn Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (.60). ABC 
Powell, Frederick James, 331 East 17th St., New York, N. Y. (54). 

ABD 
Powell, Phillips Bayard, Sorrento, Fla. (58). F 
Powell, S. L., Roanoke College, Salem, Va. (61). E 
Powell, Thomas, M. D., Columbia Trust Co. Building, Los Angeles, 

Cal. (41). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS 

Powelson, Wilfred Van Nest, E. E., 60 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (58). 

D 
Power, Frank W., 689 East Ankeny St., Portland, Ore. (57). F G 
*Power, Frederick Belding, Ph. D., Director, The Wellcome Research 

Laboratories, 6 King St., Snow Hill, London, E. C, England. (31). 

1887. C 
Powers, E. O., M. D., Masonic Temple, Baton Rouge, La. (60). K 
Powers, Grover F., 1701 No. Caroline St., Baltimore, Md. (60). F 
Powers, Hale, M. D., 68 Davis Ave., Brookline, Mass. (60). K 
*Powers, Le Grand, 3355 i8th St., Washington, D. C. (51). 1902. I L 
Praeger, William Emilius, 421 Douglas Ave., Kalamazoo, Mich. (53). 

FG 
Prasad, Hari, 97 Roseneath Road, Urmston, near Manchester, England. 

(60). C 
Prather, John McClellan, Ph. D., Instructor in Biology, St. Louis High 

School, St. Louis, Mo. (52). F 
Pratt, Alexander, Jr., Ph. D., 26 Bunnell S*., Bridgeport, Conn. (50). 

HI 
Pratt, Earl M., M. D., P. O. Box 277, Girard, Pa. (60). K 
Pratt, Frederick Haven, M. D., Dover, Mass. (56). F K L 
Pratt, George O., M. D., 720 Antoine St., Detroit, Mich. (60). K 
*Pratt, Henry Sherring, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Haverford College, 

Haverford, Pa. (57). 1909. F 
Pratt, John Francis, Commanding U. S. S. Pathfinder, Manila, P. L 

(54). A 
*Pratt, Joseph Hyde, Ph. D., North Carolina Geological Survey, Chapel 

Hill, N. C. (49). 1902. C E 
Pray, Prof. James Sturgis, 50 Garden St., Cambridge, Mass. (61). 
Preece, Sir William, E. E., 8 Queen Anne's Gate, London, England. 

(60). D 
Prendergast, William A., Register, Kings County, 31 Nassau St., New 

York, N. Y. (58). I L 
Prentice, W. P., 9 West i6th St., New York, N. Y. (58). C 
Prentiss, Daniel Webster, M. D., 1315 M St., N. W. Washington, D. C. 

(50). FK 
Prentiss, Miss Henrietta, 11^ West 84th St., New York, N. Y. (57)- F G 
*Prentiss, Robert Woodworth, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 

Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. (40). 1891. A 
*Prescott, Samuel Cate, Professor of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, Boston, Mass. (51). 1906. CFK 
Price, A. F-., M. D., Medical Director, U. S. N., 2233 Q St., Washington, 

D. C. (60). K 
Price, Harvey Lee, Adjunct Professor of Horticulture, Agricultural Exper- 
iment Station, Blacksburg, Va. (52). G 
Price, J. Meday, 676 7th St., Buffalo, N. Y. (58). C D 
Price, Marshall Langton, M. D., 10 South St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FEI.U)WS. 

Price, Robert C, Miller School, Va. (58). ' C 

Price, Robert Henderson, Willow View Farm, Long's Shop, Va. (50). G 

Price, Thomas Malcolm, U. S. Department of Agriculture, AA'ashington, 
D. C. (50). C 

Price, Weston A., 10406 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (48). B C 

Price, William Gunn, C. E., 260 Reis St., New Castle, Pa. (58). D 

Price, William J., Jr., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksbitrg, Va. 
(60). F 

Prichard, Margaret S., Philadelphia Normal School, 13th and Spring 
Garden Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). H 

Priest, Henry, Ph. D., Dean, College of Letters and Sciences, St. Law- 
rence University, Canton, N. Y. (53). I 

Prince, John Dyneley, Ph. D., 15 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Prindle, Louis Marcus, U. S. Geological Survey, A\'ashington, D. C. (55). 
1908. E 

Prinz, Hermann, M. D., 603 Century Building, St. Louis, Mo. (60). K 

Pritchard, Fred J., 530 East State St., Ithaca, N. Y. (56). G 

Pritchard, Myron Thomas, 125 School St., Roxbury, Mass. (52). E I 

Pritchard, William Broaddus, M. D., 143 West 72d St., New York, N. Y. 
(51). HK 

Pritchard, William P., M. D., 923 2d St., Fall River, Mass. (60). K 
*Pritchett, Henry S., Carnegie Foundation, 576 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(29). 1881. A 
*Proctor, Chas. Albert, Hanover, N. H. (53). 1906. ABC 
*Proctor, Miss Mary, 159 West 46th St., New York, N. Y. (43). 1898. A 

Profiitt, Max J., Gunnison, Colo. (55). F 
*Prosser, Charles Smith, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Columbus, Ohio. (33). 1891. E 

Proudfit, Alexander Couper, 105 East 22d St., New York, N. Y. (47). I 

Prouty, William Frederick Ph. D., Assistant State Geologist, Assistant 
Professor of Geology, University of Alabama, University, Ala. (56). 
E 

Provine, John William, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Mississippi College, 
Clinton, Miss. (54). C 

Pryer, Charles, P. O. Box 647, New Rochelle, N. Y. (49). 

Pryor, Joseph William, M. D., 261 North Broadway, Lexington, Ky. 
(60). K 

Puckner, William A., 535 Dearborn Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C L 

Puga, Guillermo B., C. E., Avenue 13, No. 2303, Los Pinos, Zacubaya, 
Mexico, D. F., Mex. (58). D 

Pullen, Myrick Whiting, E. E., Instructor in Physics and Electrical Engi- 
neering, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (60). D 

Pulsifer, H. B., 817 Oak St., Kansas City, Mo. (58). C E 

Pulskamp, Bernard, M. D., Rome, Ind. (60). K 

*PuPiN, Michael I., Ph. D., Professor of Electro-Mechanics, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (44). 1896. B 

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MEMBERS AND FELI^OWS. 

*Purdue, Albert Homer, Professor of Geology, University of Arkansas, 

Fayetteville, Ark. (50). 1906. E 
*Puryear, Charles, Professor of Mathematics, Agricultural and Mechanical 

College of Texas, College Station, Tex. (51). 1906. A 
Pusey, Wm. Allen, M. D., 572 Greenwood Boulevard, Evanston, 111. 

(54). BFG 
Putnam, Miss Alice, Rye, N. Y. (60). F L 

Putnam, Chas. P., M. D., 63 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (28). K 
*Putnam, Edward K., Acting Director, Davenport Academy of Sciences, 

Davenport, Iowa. (58). 1909. H 
Putnam, Miss Elizabeth D., 2013 Brady St., Davenport, Iowa. (45). 
*Putnam, Prof. Frederic Ward, Peabody Museum, Cambridge Mass. 

(10). 1874. FH 
Putnam, Geo. Rockwell, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, 

D. C. (57). 
Putnam, Helen C, M. D., Rhode Island Ave., Providence, R. I. (60). K 
Putnam, Henry St. Clair, 100 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (47). D E 
Putnam, William Lowell, 60 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Pyle, William Henry, 138 Giles St., Ithaca, N. Y. (53). I 
Quackenbos, John Duncan, M. D., 331 West 28th St., New York, N. Y. 

(49). H 
Quain, Eric P., M. D., Bismarck, N. Dak. (60). K 
*Quaintance, A. L., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(51). 1903. F 
Quayle, Henry Josef, Assistant Professor of Entomology, Pathological 

Laboratory, Whittier, Cal. (55). F 
QuiNAN, William Russell, General Manager, "Cape Explosive Works, 

Limited," West Somerset, Cape Colony, South Africa. (56). C 
Quincy, Mary A., M. D., Ashland, Nebr. (60). K 

*Quinn, John James, (52). 1905. 

Radcliffe, George Corlett, M. D., Peninsula, Ohio. (60). K 

Raht, August, care P. O. Box 621, San Francisco, Cal. (57). C E 

Raht, Charles, P. O. Box 828, New York, N. Y. (57). 

Rainey, Frank Lewis, Professor of Biologv, Central University, Danville, 

Ky. (58). FK 
*Ramaley, Francis, Professor of Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder, 

Colo. (45). 1899. G 
Rambaud, George Gibier, M. D., New York Pasteur Institute, West 23d 

St., New York, N. Y. (58). K 
Ramsden, Charles Theodore, Apartado 146, Guantanamo, Cuba. (58). F 
*Ramsey, Rolla Roy, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics, Indiana 

University, Bloomington, Ind. (50). 1906. B 
Ramsperger, Gustav, 424 Central Park, West, New York, N. Y. (57). G 
Ranchous, Walter E. M., M. D., 38 West 5th Ave., Columbus, Ohio. 

(60). K 
Ranck, Samuel Haverstick, Librarian, Public Library, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. (54). I 
Rand, Charles L., 618 Jefferson Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). B C H 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Rand, Herbert Wilbur, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, Harvard University, 

Cambridge, Mass. (51). 1905. F 
Rand, Margaret, 46 Second St., Troy, N. Y. (60). C 
Randall, Burton Alexander, M. D., Professor of Otology, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). K 
Randall, Frank E., 444 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Randall, John L., 707 Uyceum Building, Pittsburg, Pa. (60). F 
Randall, Merle, 205 South 6th St., Poplar Bluff, Mo. (60). C 
Randall, Otis Everett, Ph. D., Professor of Mechanics and Mechanical 

Drawing, Brown University, Providence, R. I. (57). A B D 
Randolph, Anna Moon, M. D., Hatboro, Pa. (60). K 
Randolph, Beverley S., C. E., E. M., Berkeley Springs, W. Va. (50). D E 
Randolph, Harriet, Ph. D., BrynMawr College, BrynMawr, Pa. (58). F 
*Rane, Frank William, Waban, Mass. (42). 1900. F G I L 
Rankin, H. D., President, Rankin Chemical Reduction Co., 3S9 Ridge 

Ave., Crafton, Pa. (54). BC 
Rankin, Herbert E., 34 South Edwards Hall, Princeton, N. J. (61). 
*Rankin, Walter M., Ph. D., Professor of Biolog}', Princeton University, 

Princeton, N. J. (51). 1905. FG 
Rankin, William Aylmer, E. E., Painesdale, Mich. (60). D 
Ranly, John, M. D., 936 Clark St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Ransohoff, Joseph, M. D., Cincinnati, Ohio. (51). K 
Ranson, Brayton Howard, Chief, Division of Zoology, Bureau of Animal 

Industry, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (57). F 
*Ransom, James Harvey, Ph. D., Professor of General Chemistry, Purdue 

University, West Lafayette, Ind. (54). 1909. CD 
*Ransome, Frederick Leslie, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D. C. (52). 1903. E 
Rasely, Edwin R., M. D., Uniontown, Pa. (60). K 
Rathborne, Richard Charles, Newark, N. J. (57). 

Rathbun, John Charles, State Highway Office, Olympia, Wash. (53). D 
*Rathbun, Miss Mary J., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(52). 1906. F 
*Rathbun, Richard, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. (40). 

1892. F 
Ratliff, R. F., Central Normal College, Danville, Ind. (60). A 
Rau, Albert George, Superintendent, Moravian Parochial School, Bethle- 
hem, Pa. (50). A B 
Raubenheimer, Otto, 1341 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). BCGK 
Rauschenberg, Oscar Caldwell, E. E., Southern Bell Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co., Albany, Ga. (60). D 
Rawson, Edward B., 226 East 1 6th St., New York, N. Y. (61). L 
Ray, Dr. David Heydorn, Instructor in Physics, College of the City of 

New York, New York, N. Y. (61). B D 
Raycroft, Joseph E., M. D., University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Rayevsky, Charles, M. D., Liberty, N. Y. (60). K 
Raymer, George Sharp, Rotch Building, Cambridge, Mass. (50). D E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Raymond, Daniel V., 325 Fairmount Ave., Tompkinsville, N Y. (57). 

Raymond, E. I., M. D., New Windsor, Colo. (58). K 

Raymond, Prof. George Lansing, 1810 N St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(58). L 
Raymond, Howard Monroe, Dean, Armour Institute of Technology, 

Chicago, 111. (58). D 
Raymond, Percy E., Ph. D., Professor of Invertebrate Paleontology, 

School of Mines, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (57). E F 
♦Raymond, Rossiter W., Ph. D., LL. D., 29 West 39th St., New York, 

N. Y. (15). 1875. BCDEIK 
♦Raymond, William Gait, LL. D., Professor of Civil Engineering, State 

University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (44). 1896. D L 
Rayson, Miss Amy, 168 West 75th St., New York, N. Y. (60). A 
Rea, Prof. Paul Marshall, Director, The Charleston Museum, Charleston, 

S.C. (53). F 
*Read, Edmund E., Jr., 604 Cooper St., Camden, N. J. (54). 1906. A 
Read, Effie Alberta, Ph. D., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department 

of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (60). C F 
Read, Mrs. Robert M., 399 High St., West Medford, Mass. (57). 
Read, Thomas T., Ph. D., Professor of Metallurgy, Imperial Pei Yang 

University, Tientsin, China. (57). D E 
Reade, John Moore, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, University of Georgia, 

Athens, Ga. (56). G 
Reagan, Albert B., care Nett Lake Industrial School, Orr, Minn. (53). 

E H 
Reber, Wendell, M. D., 12 12 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Reche, Miss Eugenie M., 31 Howell St., Rochester, N. Y. (41). E H 
Reckefus, Chas. H., Jr., M. D., 506 North 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 

F K 
Rector, Frank L., 36 41st St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). C 
Reddick, Donald, Instructor in Plant Pathology, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (56). G 
Redgrave, Commander D. Clinton, U. S. N., 1505 Bolton St., Baltimore, 

Md. (60). A D 
Reed, Carlos S., Direcion General de Industrias, Mendoza, Argentine 

Republic, S. A. (61). F 
*Reed, Charles J., 3313 North i6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (34). 1904. 

BC 
Reed, Edwyn C, Director del Museo, Concepcion, Chile, South America. 

(58). F G H 
*Reed, Frank Walker, Ph. D., Instructor in Astronomy, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). 1910. A 
Reed, George Matthew, Assistant Professor of Botany, University of 

Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (60). G 
♦Reed, Howard Sprague, Ph. D., Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Blacksburg, Va. (53). 1909. C G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Reed, Hugh Daniel, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Vertebrate Zoology 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (49). 1906. F L 
Reed, John B., 1223 Vermont Ave., Washington, D. C. (60). C 
*Reed, John Oren, Ph. D., Dean, Dept. of Literature, Science and Arts, 
University of Michigan, 907 Lincoln Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. (44). 
1898. B 
Reed, John T., E. M., Lovelocks, Nev. (60). D 
Reed, Leander Nelson, E. E., 79 Crescent Hill Ave., Arlington Heights, 

Mass. (60). D 
Reed, Raymond C, Pine Plains, N. Y. (60). K 

Reed, William Gardner, Jr., Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Reeder, J. Dawson, M. D., 639 North Fulton Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). 

K 
Reeds, Chester Albert, Yarrow West, Bryn Mawr, Pa. (60). E 
Reemelin, Edward B., M. D., 3471 Cheviot Ave., Station L, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. (60). K 
*Reese, Albert Moore, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology , West Virginia Uni- 
versity, Morgantown, W. Va. (52). 1906. F 
Reese, Arnold K., E. M., The Red House, Victoria Road, Penarth, Wales. 

(60). D 
*Reese, Charles Lee, Ph. D., 1020 Jackson St., Wilmington, Del. (39). 

1892. C 
*Reese, Herbert M., 411 Hitt St., Columbia, Mo. (49). 1906. B 
*Reese, Stanley Chester, Ph. D., 216 Xorth Lang Ave., E. E., Pittsburg, 
Pa. (58). 1909. A D 
Reeves, George L, Pullman, Washington. (57). F 

Regan, John Ward, 51 Waltham St., Lexington, Mass. (58). A B D L 
Rehder, Alfred, Arnold Arboretum, Jamaica Plain, Mass. (60). 
*Reichert, Edward Tyson, M. D., Professor of Physiology, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 1910. F H K 
*Reichmann, Fritz, Ph. D., Superintendent of Weights and Measures, 

Room 427, Capitol, Albany, N. Y. (54). 1906. B 
*Reid, Harry Fielding, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

(36), 1893. B 
*Reid, Hon. Whitelaw, 451 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. I 
Reid, William B., M. D., 219 North Washington St., Rome, N. Y. (60). 

K 
Reifsnyder, Samuel K., 703 First Ave., Asbury Park, N. J. (50). B C L 
Reigart, John Franklin, 31 Euclid Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. (53). L 
*Reighard, Jacob, Professor of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. (51). 1904. F 
Reiman, Henry, 320 West iiith St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
Reimer, Arthur Adams, C. E., 45 South Mape Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

(60). D 
Reinhardt, Prof. Wm. A. A., 1339 Hull St., Baltimore, Md. (58). C 
Reinoso, Ezequiel A., Lima, Peru, S. A. (60). C 

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Reist, Henry G., M. E., Stratford and Avon Roads, Schenectady, N. Y. 

(50). DG 
Rembert, G. W. F., M. D., Baton Rouge, La. (60). K 
*Remington, Prof. Jos^eph Price, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, 1832 

Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). igo6. K 
Remington, Roe E., Agricultural College, N. D. (60). C 
*Remsen, Ira, M. D., Ph. D., LL. D., President, Johns Hopkins University, 

Baltimore, Md. (22). 1875. C 
Rendtorff, Edmund J., Lake Forest, 111. (61). B L 
Renninger, John S., M. D., Marshall, Minn. (31). C F 
Rettger, Ernest William, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Applied Me- 
chanics, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (61). B D 
Rettger, Leo Frederick, 370 Edgewood Ave., New Haven, Conn. (60). K 
Retzer, Robert, M. D., University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 

(60). K 
Reuling, George, M. D., 103 West Monument St., Baltimore Md. (60). 

K 
Reuter, Enzio Rafael, Ph. D., Fabriksgatan 21, Helsingfors, Finland, 

Europe. (58). F 
Revell, Daniel G., Provincial Bacteriologist, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 

(58). K 
Rew, Irwin, 1128 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. (58). 
Reyling, Frederic P., M. D., 1004 Oak St., Kansas City, Mo. (58). K 
Reynolds, Edward, M. D., 321 Dartmouth St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
*Reynolds, Dr. Frederick G., Instructor in Mathematics, College of the 

City of New York, New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. A 
Reynolds, George B., M. D., 809 North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 

K 
Rhamy, Bonnelle W., M. D., Fort Wayne, Ind. (60). K 
Rhodes, Frederick A., M. D., 632 Herron Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). K 
*Rhodes, James Ford, LL. D., 392 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (50). 

1904. I 
*Rice, Edward Loranus, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, Ohio \\"esleyan 

University, Delaware, Ohio. (43). 1905. F 
Rice, Edwin Wilbur, Jr., General Electric Co., Schenectadv, N. Y. (50). 

D 
Rice, Emily J., School of Education, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

(61). L 
Rice, Lepine Hall, 113 Concord Place, Syracuse, N. Y. (58). A 
*Rice, Martin Everett, Assistant Professor of Physics and Electrical Engi- 
neering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. (50). 1906. B D 
*Rice, William North, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Wesleyan University, 

Middletown, Conn. (18). 1874. E F L 
Rich, John Lyon, 91 Wait Ave., Ithaca, N. Y. (60). E 
Rich, Michael P., M. D., 50 West 38th St., New York, N. Y. (40). K 
*Richards, Charles Brinkerhoff, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (33). 1885. D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Richards, E., Superintendent, Lynchburg Cotton Mills Company, Lynch 
burg, Va. (60). 

*RiCHARDS, Edgar, 60 Ayrault St., Newport, R. I. (31). 1886. C 

*Richards, Herbert Maule, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, Barnard College, 
Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (51). 1902. G 

*Richards, Horace Clark, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, University 
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 1910. B 

*Richards, Robert Hallowell, Professor of Mining Engineering and Metal- 
lurgy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (22). 

1875- D 
♦Richards, Mrs. Robert H., Instructor in Sanitary Chemistry, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (23). 1878. C I L 
♦Richards, Theodore William, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Chemistry, 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (47). 1899. B C 
Richardson, Bertrand Clifton, 536 East 7th St., Alton, 111. (58). L 
Richardson, Major Charles A., Canandaigua, N. Y. (50). I 
♦Richardson, Charles Henry, Ph. D., Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 
(47). 1906. C E 
Richardson, Charles Williamson, M. D., 13 17 Connecticut Ave. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. (49). K 
♦Richardson, Clifford, Proprietor, New York Testing Laboratory, 30 
Church St., New York, N. Y. (30). 1884. C D 
Richardson, David Porter, M. D., Henderson, Texas. (60). K 
♦Richardson, G. B., Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(55)- 1907- E 
♦Richardson, Harriet, Ph. D,, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 

(49). 1903. F 
♦Richardson, Mark Wyman, M. D., Secretary, State Board of Health, 
State House, Boston, Mass. (51). 1903. K 
Richardson, Maurice H., M. D., 224 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Richardson, Roy S., 387a McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). 
Richardson, Russell, 87 Perry St., Brookline, Mass. (58). K 
♦Richardson, William D., care Swift & Co., Chicago, 111. (56). 1908. C 
Richardson, Wm. D., P. O. Box 185, Fredericksburg, Va. (52). C F 
Richey, Stephen O., Ph. D., 732 17th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (54). 
Richmond, William Henry, Richmond Hill, Scranton, Pa. (50). D E 
Richter, Clemens L., M. D., 146 Grant Ave., San Francisco, Cal. (60). K 
Richtmann, William Oscar, Satsuma Heights, Fla. (58). C G 
♦Rickard, Thomas Arthur, E. M., 819 Salisbury House, London, E. C, 
England. (50). 1906. E 
Ricker, Maurice, 1039 19th St., Des Moines, Iowa. (50). F 
♦Ricker, N. Clifford, D. Arch., Dean, College of Engineering, University 

of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (50). 1906. D 
♦Ricker, Percy Leroy, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 
D. C. (52). 1906. G 
Ricketts, Louis Davidson, E. M., Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. (50). D E 

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*Ricketts, Palmer Chamberlaine, C. E., President, Rensselaer Polytechnic 

Institute, Troy, N. Y. (33). 1887. A D 
♦Ricketts, Prof. Pierre de Peyster, 104 John St., New York, N. Y. (26). 

1880. C D E 
Ricketts, Col. R. Bruce, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. (33). E 
Ridder, Herman, New York Slants Zeitung, 182 William St., New York, 

N. Y. (57). 
*Riddle, Lincoln Ware, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Botany, Wellesley 

College, Wellesley, Mass. (52). 1910. G 
*Riddle, Oscar, Ph. D., Irstructor in Zoology, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. F 
Riebling, Henry F. A., E. M., 4345 Ames St., Denver, Colo. (60). D 
Riedel, J. Charles, C. E., 686 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Riedel, E. R., 20 Langdon St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). C 
Rieger, Joseph, M. D., 509 Central Ave., Dunkirk, N. Y. (60). K 
Ries, Elias E.,- E. E., 116 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (33). B D H i K 
*Ries, Heinrich, Ph. D., Professor of Economic Geology, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (41). 1898. E 
Riese, Bernhart L., M. D., 215 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Riesman, David, M. D., 1715 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). K 
*Rietz, Henry Lewis, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (51). 1906. A 
Rigby, Wm. C, Corn Exchange Bank Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Rigden, Effie Josephine, Agassiz Assistant in Zoology, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. (61). F 
Rigdon, Rufus L., M. D., 621 Chronicle Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

(60). K 
Riggs, John D., M. E., 162 North Pine Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). 
Riggs, Morris John, C. E., Manager, Toledo Plant, American Bridge Co., 

3136 CoUingwood Ave., Toledo Ohio. (60). D 
*Riggs, Norman Colman, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Carnegie 

Technical Schools, Pittsburg, Pa. (54). 1907. A 
*Riggs, Robert Baird, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Trinity College 

Hartford, Conn. (50). 1901. C 
Riggs, Theodore G., M. D., Pierre, S. D. (60). K 
Rightor, Fred Ehner, E. M., Office Engineer, Texas Bitulithic Co., El 

Paso, Tex. (60). D 
Riker, Clarence B., Maplewood, N. J. (52). F 
Riley, Cassius M., M. D., Professor of Chemistry, Barnes University, 

St. Louis, Mo. (53). C 
Riley, C. F. Curtis, Professor of Biology and Curator of Museum, State 

Normal School, Mankato, Minn. (57). F 
*Riley, Isaac Woodbridge, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Vassar College, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (52). 1904. H I 
*Riley, William Albert, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Entomology, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y, (54). 1908. F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Ripley, G. E., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. (6i). G 
Risk, J. Boyd, M. D., P. O. Box 34, Summit, N. J. (60). K 
Rissmann, Otto, General Manager, National Zinc Co., Bartlesville, Okla. 

(50). CE 
Ritchie, Craig D., 414 North 34th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 
*Ritter, William- Emerson, Ph. D., Director, Marine Biological Station, 

San Diego, Cal. (50). 1901. F H 
Rives, George Lockhart, 69 East 79th St., New York, N. Y. (58). I 
Rixford, Emmet, M. D., 1795 California St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). K 
Roark, Ruric Creegan, 910 Nevada St., Urbana, 111. (58). C 
Robb, Hunter, M. D., 702 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. (51). K 
Robb, James Hampden, 23 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 
*Robb, Wm. Lispenard, P. O. Box 592, Troy, N. Y. (58). 1910. B D 
Robbins, Gilbert E., M. D., Chillicothe, Ohio. (60). K 
Robbins, Miss Harriet L., 35 West 48th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Robbins, William Bradford, M. D., 384 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 

Mass. (60). K 
Robert, Henry Martyn, Brigadier-General, U. S. A., Retired, Owegcv 

N. Y. (54). AEIL 
Robert, Samuel, 906 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Roberts, Charlotte F., College Hall, Wellesley, Mass. (60). C 
Roberts, Christopher H., 10 Washington Place, New York, N. Y. (57). F 
Roberts, Hon. George Evan, President, Commercial National Bank, 

Chicago, 111. (58). I 
Roberts, H. L., Professor of Agriculture, State Normal School, Cape 

Girardeau, Mo. (52). E F G 
Roberts, John Bingham, M. D., 313 South 17th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(55)- K 
Roberts, John M., Secretary, Central Scientific Co., 345-349 West Mich- 
igan St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Roberts, John William, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department ol 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (60). G 
Roberts, Milnor, Dean, School of Mines, University of Washington, 

Seattle, Wash. (50). D E 
Roberts, P. R., care F. Blumenthal & Co., Wilmington, Del. (58). 

BCDFH I L 
Roberts, Thomas Paschall, C. E., 361 North Craig St., Pittsburg, Pa. 

(51). D 
Roberts, Thomas S., M. D., 1603 4th Ave., South, Mirmeapolis, Minn. 

(61). K 
♦Robertson, Alice, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, Wellesley College, Wel- 
lesley, Mass. (54). 1909. F K 
♦Robertson, Charles, Carlinville, 111. (53). 1906. F 
Robertson, W. Rees B., 31 Wendell St., Cambridge, Mass. (61). F 
Robertson, William M., M. D., Warren, Pa. (60). K 
Robinovitch, Louise G., M. D., 28 West 126th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Robinson, Benjamin Lincoln, Ph. D., Curator, Gray Herbarium, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. (41). 1893. G 
*Robinson, Charles Budd, Ph. D., Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (58). 

1909. G 
*Robinson, Mrs. Daisy M. Orleman, M. D., 159 West 49th St., New York, 
N. Y. (40). 1897. K 
Robinson, Emma C, 219 Union Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. (60). L 
Robinson, Garland P., M. E., 8 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. (60). D 
Robinson, George Livingstone, Ph. D., 4 Chalmers Place, Chicago, 111. 

(58). 
Robinson, H. B., M. E., Box 135, Allentown, Pa. (60). D 
Robinson, Henry Smith, M. E., 97 Main St., Andover, Mass. (60). D 
Robinson, John Knowlton, E. E., 116 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (60). 

D 
*Robinson, O.tis Hall, Ph. D., Professor of Natural Philosophy, University 

of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. (23). 1901. A B 
*Robinson, Philip Ely, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, Princeton 
University, Princeton, N. J. (58). 1910. A BCD 
Robinson, Samuel Adams, M. D., 800 Northup St., Portland, Oregon. 

(51) HIK 
Robinson, Sanford, C. E., E. M., Room 1400, Union Trust Building, 

Los Angeles, Cal. (50). D 
♦Robinson, Prof. Stillman Williams, 1353 Highland St., Columbus, Ohio. 

(30). 1883. ABD 
Robinson, W^illiam Orrin, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (58). C 
Robinson, Miss Winifred J., Instructor in Botany, Vassar College, Pough- 

keepsie, N. Y. (55). G 
Robison, Clarence H., State Normal School, Montclair, N. J. (60). F G L 
Rochester, DeLancey, M. D., 469 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. (35). F K 
Rockenback, Captain Samuel Dickerson, 12th U. S. Cavalry, Manila, P. I. 

(60). D 
Rockey, Alpha E., M. D., Electric Building, 7th and Alder Sts., Portland, 

Ore. (51). K 
*Rockwood, Charles Greene, Jr., Ph. D., 34 Bayard Lane, Princeton, N. J. 

(20). 1874. ABDE 
*Rockwood, Elbert William, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and 

Toxicology, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (50). 1906. 

CK 
Roddy, Harry Justin, Ph. D., Professor of Geology and Geography, State 

Normal School, Millersville, Pa. (57). B E 
Rodgers, George Brauner, E. E., 918 Rialto Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

(58). D 
Rodgers, Thomas T., 6242 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C 
*Roe, Edward Drake, Jr., Professor of Mathematics, Syracuse University, 

Syracuse, N. Y. (50). 1906. A 
Roehr, Charles G., M. D., Box 327, Fort Pierce, Fla. (58). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Roessler, Franz, 39 High St., Perth Amboy, N. J. (39). C 
*Roever, William Henry, Ph. D., Washington University, St. I.oiiis, Mo. 
(53). 1906. A 
Rogers, Arthur C, M. D., Faribault, Minn. (60). K 
*Rogers, Charles Gardner, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physiology, Syra- 
cuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (57). 1909. F K 
Rogers, Fred. A., E. E., Lewis Institute, Chicago, 111. (60). D 
Rogers, Howard J., Department of Education, Albany, N. Y. (52). L 
Rogers, Mrs. William Barton, 117 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Rohde, Miss Alice, 529 North Wolfe St., Baltimore, Md. (58). K 
Rohrer, C. W. G., M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology, College of 
Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md. (58). F K 
*Rolfs, P. H., 108 South Arredonda St., Gainesville, Fla. (41). 1899. G 
Rolker, Charles M., E. M., Leadenhall Buildings, London, E. C, England. 

(60). D 
Rominger, Louis, M. D., 14 14 Highland Ave., Louisville, Ky. (60). K 
Rood, James Theron, Ph. D., Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. (58). 

A B D 
Roop, Hervin Ulysses, Ph. D., President, Eastern College. Manassas, Va. 

(58). HIK 
Roosevelt, W. E., P. O. Box 1222, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Root, Hon. Elihu, 1500 Rhode Island Ave., Washington, D. C. (50). 

1901. I 
Roper, Gertrude L.. 408 Hubbard Ave., Detroit, Mich. (60). A B 
Ropes, Prof. James Hardy, 13 Follen St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Rorer, James Birch, Board of Agriculture, Trinidad, B. W. I. (51). G 
*Rorer, Jonathan T., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Wm. Penn High 

School for Girls, Philadelphia, Pa. (47). 1906. ADL 
*Rosa, Edward Bennett, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (39). 

1892. AB 
*Rosanon", Martin A., Professor of Chemistry, Clark University, Worcester, 

Mass. (60). 1 9 10. C 
*Rose, Joseph Nelson, Ph. D., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(52). 1905. G 
*Rosenau, Milton Joseph, M. D., Professor of Hygiene and Preventive 

Medicine, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (51). 1906. K 
Rosenbloom, Jacob, M. D., care College of Physicians and Surgeons, 
437 West 59th St., New York, N. Y. (57). C K 
*Rosendahl, C. Otto, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Botany, LTniversity 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 1909. G 
Rosenfeld, Arthur H., care State Crop Pest Commission, Baton Rouge, 

La. (57)- F 
Rosengarten, George D., Ph. D., P. O. Box 1625, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 

C 
Rosenthal, Edwin, M. D., 517 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). K 
*Ross, Bennett Battle, Professor of Chemistry, Alabama Polytechnic 
Institute, Auburn, Ala. (45). 1906. C 

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*Ross, Denman Waldo, Ph. D., 24 Craigie St., Cambridge, Mass. (29). 
1906. 
Ross, Prof. H. H., Piqua, Ohio. (58). C 
Ross, Luther S., Professor of Biology, Drake University, Des Moines, 

Iowa. (61). F 
Ross, William J., M. D., 13 John St., Clayton, N. Y. (60). K 
*Rotch, Prof. A. Lawrence, Director, Blue Hill Meteorological Observa- 
tory, Hyde Park, Mass. (39). 1S96. B 
Rothermel, John G., Superintendent, A\'agner Free Institute of Science, 

Philadelphia, Pa. (53). E F 
Rothermel, John Jacob, Teacher of Physics, Eastern High School, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (51). B D L 
*Rothrock, David A., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University of 
Indiana, Bloomington, Ind. (58). 1908. ADL 
Rothschild; Jacob, Hotel Majestic, New York, N. Y. (50) . 
Rothwell, W'illiam P., M. D., 26 High St., Pawtucket, R. I. (60). K 
*Rotzell, Willett Enos, M. D., 200 South 40th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (45). 
1906. F H K 
Rouiller, Chas. August, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 

Md. (58). C 
Rouse, B. Irving, 981 Lake Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (57). C E 
Roush, G. A., 925 University Ave., Madison, Wis. (60). C 
Rousmaniere, Francis H., Ph. D., P. O. Box 763, Northampton, Mass. 

(58). K 
Rowand, Lewis G., E- M., care N. J. Zinc Co., 55 Wall St., New York, 

N.Y. (60). D 
Rowe, Jesse Perry, Ph. D., Professor of Physics and Geology, University 

of Montana, Missoula, Mont. (52). B E 
Rowlands, Charles, Otto, Pa. (58). C 
*Rowlee, Willard Win&eld, Professor of Botany, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (41). 1894. G 
*Roy, Arthur J., C. E., Dudley Observatory, Albany, N. Y. (50). 

1908. A 
*Royce, Josiah, Ph. D., Professor of History of Philosophy, Harvard 
University, Cambridge, Mass. (57). 1909. H 
Rubovits, Toby, 319-327 Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Ruddle, John, C. E., P. O. Box 331, Mauch Chunk, Pa. (60). D 
Rudisch, Julius, M. D., 39 East 63d St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Rudnick, Paul, 640 Grace St., Chicago, 111. (60). C 
Rudolph, Henry L., M. D., P. O. Box 22, Gainesville, Ga. (60). K 
*Ruedemann, Rudolf, Ph. D., Assistant State Paleontologist, State Hall, 

Albany, N. Y. (52). 1906. E 
Ruediger, Gustav Ferdinand, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Bacteriology 
and Pathologv, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, N. D. 
(58). K 
♦Ruediger, Wm. Carl, Ph. D., George Washington University Washington, 
D. C. (58). 1910. H L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Ruffin, Sterling, M. D., Professor of Theory and Practice of Medicine, 
George Washington University, Washington, D. C. (52). K 

Ruger, Henry Alford, 131 1 North Wahsatch Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. 
(54)- HL 

Ruggles, Arthur Gordon, Minnesota Experiment Station, St. Anthony 
Park, Minn. (58). F 

Ruhl, Louis, 100 \\'illiam St., New York, N. Y. (58). C D 

Riunbold, Miss Caroline, 5903 von Versen Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (53). 6 

Rummler, William R., 1400 Tribune Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
BCD H I K 

Rumsey, William Earle, 415 Park St., Morgantown, W. Va. (58). F 

Rundlett, David L., M. D., P. O. Box 148, Sioux Falls, S. D. (60). K 

Runkle, Ervpin William, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology and Ethics, 
State College, Pa. (58). HL 

Runner, George A., Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
♦Running, Theodore R., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Uni- 
versity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (50). 1906. A 

Runyan, Elmer Gardner, Hutchins Building, loth and D Sts. N. W. 
Washington, D. C. (58). C D E 

Runyon, Walter C, E. M., Hotel Marie Antoinette, New York, N. Y. 
(60). D 

Rupf, Ernest L., M. E., Monroe Place, Port Chester, N. Y. (60). D 

Rupp, August, Associate Professor of Latin, College of City of New York, 
NewYork, N. Y. (35). EL 

Ruppersburg, Miss Emma A., 842 South High St., Columbus, Ohio. 
(48). B 
*Rusby, Henry H., M. D., 115 West 68th St., New York, N. Y. (36). 
1890. G K L 

Rusk, Glanville Y., M. D., New York Pathological Institute, Wards 
Island, New York, N. Y. (54). K 
*Rusk, William James, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, Iowa 

College, Grinnell, Iowa. (57). 1909. A 
♦Russell, Col. A. H., U. S. A., War Department, Washington, D. C. (38). 
1906. D 

Russell, Bert, Assistant Examiner of Patents, U. S. Patent Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (58). CFG K 
♦Russell, Harry Luman, Ph. D., Dean, College of Agriculture, University 
of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (41). 1894. ^ 

Russell, H. M., Biu^cau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (58). F 
♦Russell, Henry Norris, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Prince- 
ton University, Princeton, N. J. (54). 1906. A 
♦Russell, James Earl, Ph. D., Dean, Teachers College, Columbia L^niversity, 
New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. HL 

Russell, Janet L., 329 West 83d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Russell, Thomas Hubbard, M. D., 137 Elm St., New Haven, Conn. (54). 

K 
Russell, William Polk, Pomona College, Claremont, Cal. (60). A 
Ruthven, Alex. G., Ph. D., Curator, University Museum, University of 

Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (54). F 
Rutkauskas, Anthony Kazis, M. D., 8829 Commercial Ave., South 
Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Rutter, Frank Roy, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (47). 1900. I 
Ruzicka, D. J., M. D., 334 East 72d St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
*Ryan, Harris Joseph, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Leland Stan- 
ford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (38). 1890. B 
*Rydberg, Per Axel, Ph. D., Curator, New York Botanical Garden, Bronx 
Park, New York, N. Y. (49). 1901. G 
Ryerson, Martin A., Corn Exchange Bank Building, 201 La Salle St., 

Chicago, 111. (58). 
Ryfkogel, Henry A. L., M. D., 162 Post St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). K 
Sabichi, George Carlos, M. D., 1620 17th St., Bakersfield, Cal. (60). K 
Sabin, A. H., 432 Sanford Ave., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. (60). C 
*Sabin, Florence R., M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy, Johns Hop- 
kins University Medical School, Baltimore, Md. (57). 1910. K 
*Sabine, Wallace Clement, 40 Shepard St., Cambridge, Mass. (47). 

1900. B 
*Sachs, Julius, Ph. D., Professor of Secondary Education, Teachers College, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. L 
Sackett, Robert Lemuel, C. E., Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. 

(50). D 
Sackett, Walter George, Bacteriologist, Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Fort Collins, Colo. (32). GK 
Sadler, William S., M. D., loo State St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Sadowski, Leon, M. D., cor. Webster and Herron Aves., Pittsburg, Pa. 

(58). K 
*Sadtler, Samuel Philip, Ph. D., LL. D., Consulting Chemist, 39 South 

Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1904. C 
*Saegmuller, George N., 762 St. Paul St., Rochester, N. Y. (38). 1891. 

A D 
*SafTord, Frederick HoUister, Ph. D., University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (54). 1906. ABD 
Safford, William Edwin, LI. S Department of Agriculture, \\'ashington, 
D. C. (55). EFGHI 
*Sage, John Hall, Secretary, American Ornithologists' Union, Portland, 

Conn. (23). 1906. F 
*St. John, Charles Edward, Ph. D., Solar Observatory, Pasadena, Cal. 
(46). 1900. A B 
St. John, E. Quintard, M. D., 1833 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). 

C K 
St. John, Howell W., P. O. Box 913, Hartford, Conn. (49). I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Sajous, Charles E. de M., M. D., 2043 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
1906. K 

*Salant. William, M. D., 437 West 59th St., New York, N.Y. (56). 1910. 
K 

Salathe, Frederick, Ph. D., 822 East Third St., Los Angeles, Cal. (51). C 

Salinger, David, M. D., 103 State St., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Salisbury, RoUin D., Professor of Geology and Geography, University 
of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (37). BE 

Salisbury, Samuel Henry, Jr., 16 Miller St., Seneca Falls, N. Y. (57). C 
*Salmon, Daniel Elmer, M. D., Calle Rivera 310, Montevideo, Uruguay, 
S. A. (31). 1885. K 

Salter, Allen, M. D., Lena, 111. (58). K 

Sammis, John Langley, Ph. D., College of Agriculture, University of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58). C 

Sampson, Prof. Hiram Calvin, President, Normal School, Cheney, Wash. 
(61). L 

Sanborn, James Forrest, C. E., New Paltz, N. Y. (60). D 

Sandblad, Alexander G., M. D., 728 So. Union Ave., McKeesport, Pa. 
(58). K 

Sanders, George E., Office of the Entomologist, Experimental Farms, 
Ottawa, Canada. (60). F 

Sanders, James G., College of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, Wis. (54). F 
*Sanderson, Ezra Dwight, Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham, 
N. H. (50). 1904. F 

Sanderson, Miss Mary R., McDowell, Ariz. (58). H 

Sando, Will J., 430 Kane Place, Milwaukee, Wis. (51). E 

Sandsten, E. P., care B. R. V. I. Co., R. F. D. No. 3, Stevensville, Mon- 
tana. (54). 

Sanes, Kay I., M. D., 1636 .5th Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (51). K 
*Sanford, Edmund Clark, Ph. D., President, Clark University, Worcester, 

Mass. (49). 1902. H K 
*Sanford, Fernando, Professor of Physics, Leland Stanford Junior Uni- 
versity, Stanford University, Cal. (50). 1901. B 

Sanford, George Ruggles, care Solvay Process Co., Syracuse, N. Y. (58). 
CD 

Sanford, Samuel, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (58). 

Sang, Alfred, 96 Boulevard de Versailles, St. Cloud, S. et O., France. 
(58). CD 

Sanger, Frank Dyer, M. D., 525 North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. (57). 
H K 

Santee, Leon B., M. D., R. F. D., Limaville, Ohio. (60). K 
*Sardeson, Frederick William, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology, 
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (50). 1906. E 

Sargent, Ara Nathaniel, M. D., 116 Federal St., Salem, Mass. (51). K 
*Sargent, Dudley Allen, M D., Director, Hemenway Gymnasium, Har- 
vard University, Cambridge, Mass. (47). 1899. H I K L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Sargent, Frederick Le Roy, 27 Everett St., Cambridge, Mass. (54). G L 
Sargent, Henry B., M. E., 247 Church St., New Haven, Conn. (60). D 
Sargent, Homer Earle, Lakota Hotel, Chicago, 111. (58). H 
Sargent, William D., E.E., Vice-President, N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co., 

81 Willoughby St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Sargent, Winthrop, Haverford, Pa. (54). D 
Sarle, Clifton J., El Paso, Tex. (55). E 

Sasscer, E. Ralph, Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
Satterlee, Frederick Le Roy, M. D., 6 West 56th St., New York, N. Y. 

(50). CD 
Satterthwait, Alfred F., Assistant Zoologist, Middletown, Pa. (57). F 
Sattler, Gustave, 11 Regis Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). C 
*Saunders, Arthur Percy, Ph. D., Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y. (48). 

1900. C 
*Saiinders, Charles Edward, Ph. D., Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, 

Canada. (41). 1895. G 
Saunders, Charles Winston, 740 Hope St., Shreveport, La. (58). A C G 
Saunders, Edward W., M. D., 3003 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (51). 

CK 
*Saunders, F. A., Ph. D., Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (48). 
1 906. B 
Saunders, James, M. D., 217 Border St., Orange, Texas. (52). K 
*Saunders, William, LL. D., Director, Canadian Experimental Farms, 
Ottawa, Canada. (17). 1S74. G 
Saunders, Wm. E., E. M., Torresdale, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). D 
*Saurel, Paul Louis, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, College 
of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. (58). 1909. A 
Savage, George Hubbard, 180 Lincoln St., Worcester, Mass. (58). BCD 
*Savage, Thomas Edmund, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (52). 

1908. E 
*Savage, Watson L.. M. D., E. E., 100 Teimyson St., Pittsburg, Pa. (51). 

1902. K 
*SavUle, Prof. Marshall Howard, American Museum of Natural History, 
New York, N. Y. (39). 1892. H 
Sawtelle, William Otis, 4 Mercer Circle, Cambridge, Mass. (57). A B 
Sawyer, Arthur Rodney, E. E., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engi- 
neering, Mich. Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. (58). B D 
Sawyer, Frederic Hayward, Teacher in Public Schools, 16 Sparhawk St., 

Brighton District, Boston, Mass. (58). BEL 
Sawyer, Harris E., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Sawyer, John P., M. D., 536 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. (60). K 
Sawyer, M. Louise, 245 Villa St., Elgin, 111. (60). A B 
Saxton, Lynn Mateer, College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. 

(58). AL 
Sayles, Robert Wilcox, 263 Hammond St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. (55). E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Sayre, Herbert Armistead, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University 
of Alabama, University, Ala. (54). 1906. A 
Scaife, Marvin F., E. M., 514 North Ave., Allegheny, Pa. (60). D 
Scaife, William Lucien, 28th St., Pittsburg, Pa. (51). BD 
Schaak, Milton Franklin, Ph. D., 108 Penn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58.) 

BC 
*ScHAEBERLE, J. M., 502 Second St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (34). 1886. A 
Schaeffer, Mrs. Charles Ashmead, The Lenox, Washington, D. C. (60). 
Schaefer, Marie Charlotte, M. D., University of Te.xas, Galveston, Tex. 

(58). FKL 
Schaeffer, Jacob Parsons, M. D., Instructor in Anatomy, Cornell Uni- 
versity Medical College, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). K 
Schaeffer, Mrs. Mary Townsend Sharpless, 1309 Arch St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (38). E F 
*Schaffner, John Henry, Botanical Department, Ohio State University, 

Columbus, Ohio. (48). 1899. G 
*Schaller, Waldemar T., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(53). 1910. C E 
Schallert, P. O., M. D., Johnson Creek, Wis. (60). K 
Schapper, Ferdinand C, 538 Arlington Place, Chicago, 111. (60). C 
Scharar, Christian H., 2073 North Main Ave., Scranton, Pa. (33). 

A D E H 
Schaub, Ira O., West Raleigh, N. C. (58). C E 

Schenck, Charles C, Ph. D., 1007 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (51). B 
Schenck, W. Edwards, M. D., 19 West 7th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Scherer, James A. B., Throop Polytechnic Institute, Pasadena, Cal. 

(61). L 
Scherf, Charles Henry, 568 Cherry St., Elizabeth, N. J. (53). EFG 
ScHERMERHORN, FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, loi University Place, New York, 

N. Y. (36). 
Schernikow, Ernest, 42 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (49). 
Schiedt, Richard Conrad, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Franklin and 

Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. (50). F 
Schieffelin, Eugene, 865 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Schiff, David C, D.D.S., 404 Schiller Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Schildhauer, Edwa-rd, E. E., Culebra, Canal Zone, Panama. (60). D 
Schimpf, Henry William, M. D., 443 West 34th St., New York, N. Y. 

(58). C 
Schlachter, Carl H., E. M., 266 Harrison St., Passaic, N. J. (60). D 
Schlegei, Gustavus, M. D., 151 West 91st St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
*SchIesinger, Frank, The Observatory, Allegheny, Pa. (51). 1902. A 
*Schlesinger, Herman I., Ph. D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 19 10. C 
Schlitz, Francis A., M. D., 28 Jefferson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). K 
*Schlotterbeck, Julius Otto, Ph. D., 1319 Israel Hall Ave., Ann Arbor, 

Mich. (46). 1899. C G 
*Schlundt, Herman, Westmount, Columbia, Mo. (60). 19 10. C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Schmeckebier, Laurence Frederick, Ph. D., Department of the Interior, 
Washington, D. C. (50). 1902. E I 
Schmid, H. Ernest, M. D., White Plains, N. Y. (25). K 
Schmidt, Albert H., 5491 Higgins Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). C G 
Schmitter, Dr. Ferdinand, Fort Slocum, New Rochelle, N. Y. (58). K 
*Schmucker, Samuel Christian, Ph. D., Professor of Biological Sciences, 

State Normal School, West Chester, Pa. (53). 1906. F G 
♦Schneider, Albert, 723 Pacific Building, San Francisco, Cal. (54). 1906. 

C 
Schneider, Edward Christian, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Colorado 

College, Colorado Springs, Colo. (55). G K 
Schneider, Joseph, M. D., Pabst Theater Building, Milwaukee, ^\"is. (58). 

K 
Schniewind, F., Ph. D., Chemical Engineer, 17 Battery Place, New York, 

N.Y. (57). C 
Schniewind, Heinrich, Jr., 18 West i8th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Schober, Wm. Bush, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Lehigh University, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. (52). 1905. C 
Schobinger, John J., 1083 1 Armida Ave., Morgan Park, 111. (34). B L 
Schoch, Eugene Paul, Ph. D., School of Chemistry, University of Texas, 

Austin, Tex. (58). C 
Schoede, August H., Concordia, Mo. (58). ABC 
Schoellkopf, J. F., 499 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (58). C 
*Sch6ney, Lazarus, M. D., 2460 7th Ave., New York, N. Y. (29). 1900. 

FG K 
Schoonhoven, John J., 1374 Union St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (52). F H 
Schott, Chas. M., Jr., 25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (57). E H K 
*Schottenfels, Ida M., 684 East 48th Place, Chicago, 111. (58). 1908. A 
*Schreiner, Oswald, Bureau of Soils, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (58). 1910. C 
*Schuchert, Charles, Professor of Paleontology, Yale University, New 

Haven, Conn. (52). 1905. E 
Schuh, Richard Edwin, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Howard Universitv, 

Washington, D. C. (54). F G 
Schulte, E. D. Nelson, P. O. Box 47, Troy, N. Y. (60). B 
Schulte, George Henry, M. E., 531 Terrace Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). 

D 
Schulte, Herman von Wechlinger, 176 West 87th St., New York, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Schultz, Alfred Reginald, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survev, Washington, 

D. C. (57). E 
Schultz, Carl H., 430-444 First Ave., New York, N. Y. (29). 
*Schultz, Louis G., Oficina Meteorologica Argentina, Viamonte 640, Buenos 

Ayres, Argentine Republic, S. A. (52). 1907. B 
*Schultze, Arthur, Ph. D., 37 Ridge Ave., Rutherford, X. I. (54). 1906. 

A 
Schulz, William F., University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (60). B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Schurman, Jacob Gould, Ph. D., LL.D., President, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (49). igoi. I 
Schuster, Bruno L., M.D., Immigration Department, Port Huron, Mich. 

(60). K 
Schuster, Michael P., M. D., care Providence Hospital, El Paso, Texas. 

(60). K 
Schuyler, Sidney B., Box 224, Webster Groves, Mo. (58). H 
Schwartz, Frederick W., Department of Chemistry, Rensselaer Polytechnic 

Institute, Albany, N. Y. (57). C 
*Schwarz, Eugene A., U. S. Department of Agriculture, A\'ashington, D. C. 

(29). 1895. F 
*Schwatt, Isaac Joachim, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University 

.of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1902. A 
Schweitzer, Arthur Richard, 452 Oakdale Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). A 
♦Schweitzer, Paul, Professor of Chemistry, University of Missouri, Col- 
umbia, Mo. (24). 1877. B C 
Schwerdtfeger, Otto M., M. D., 134 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. 

(60). K 
Scofield, Carl S., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

CS2). G 
Scott, Arthur William, Professor of Science, St. David's College, Lampeter, 

South Wales, England. (46). AB 
*Scott, Charles Felton, E. E., Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing 

Co., Pittsburg, Pa. (48). 1900. B 
Scott, Charles Payson Gurley, Ph. D., i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(60). E H I L 
*Scott, Miss Charlotte Angas, Professor of Mathematics, Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

(60). 1910. A 
Scott, Frank J., Jr., 609 West 60th St., Chicago, 111. (58). C D 
Scott, Frederick Hughes, Assistant Professor of Physiology, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (61). K 
Scott, George G., Instructor in Physiology and Zoology, College of the 

City of New York, New York, N. Y. (60). F K 
Scott, Col. H. L., Superintendent, U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 

N. Y. (60). H 
Scott, Irving D., Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). C 
Scott, John Walter, 36 John St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Scott, John William, Ph. D., Instructor in Biology, Westport High School 

Kansas City, Mo. (58). F 
Scott, Walter Dill, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. (58). H 
Scott, Prof. Wilfred Welday, Morningside College, Sioux City, Iowa. 

(58). BCE 
Scott, Will, Bloomington, Ind. (58). F 
*Scott, William M., U. S. Department of Agriculture, ^^'ashington, D. C. 

(50). 1906. G 
Scovel, Edward C, Rosebud, S. D. (52). I L 

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MEMBERS AND FEIvLOWS. 

*ScovELL, Melville Amasa, Director and Chemist, Agricultural Exper 
iment Station, Lexington, Ky. (35). 1887. C 
Scribner, Charles Frederick, 12 Pierce St., Greenfield, Mass. (61). D 
Scribner, Gilbert Hilton, "Inglehurst," Yonkers, N. Y. (57). 
Scripture, Arthur M., Principal, High School, New Hartford, N. Y. (51). 
*ScuDDER, Samuel H., 156 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. (13). 1S74. ^ 
Scull, Harry, 512 Traders Building, Chicago, 111. (58). I 
*Scull, Miss Sarah A., Smethport, Pa. (40). 1895. H 
Scurlock, Herbert Clay, 428 CoUege St., Washington, D. C. (58). B C K 
Seabrook, Harry Hartshorne, M. D., 118 East 72d St., New York, N. Y. 

(58). K 
Seager, Dan G., Box 57, Thebes, 111. (60). C 
*Seal, Alfred Newlin, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and Physics, Girard 

College, Philadelphia, Pa. (50). 1909. B C L 
*Seaman, Arthur Edmund, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, Mich- 
igan College of Mines, Houghton, Mich. (53). 1906. E 
Seaman, Emily Cromwell, Teachers College, Columbia University, 525 

West 1 20th St., New York, N. Y. (58). C 
Seaman, Louis Livingston, M. D., 247 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (58). 

E K 
Scares, Frederick Hanley, Superintendent, Computing Division, Solar 
Observatory Ofiice, Pasadena, Cal. (58). A 
*Searle, Rev. George M., Paulist Fathers, 415 West 59th St., New York, 
N. Y. (39). 1891. A 
Sears, Henry Francis, M. D., Hale St., Beverly, Mass. (50). K 
*Seashore, Carl Emil, Dean, Graduate College, State University of Iowa, 

Iowa City, Iowa. (49). 1902. H L 
Seawell, Benjamin Lee, Teacher of Biology, State Normal School, War- 

rensburg. Mo. (50). F 
Sedgwick, Julius P., M. D., 2015 Kenwood Parkway, Minneapolis, Minn. 
(60). K 
*Sedgwick, William Thompson, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (47). 1898. K L 
See, James W., M. E., Reutschler Building, Hamilton, Ohio. (51). D 
*See, Thomas Jefferson Jackson, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N., 
Naval Observatory, Mare Island, Cal. (48). 1901. A 
Seeker, Albert F., 160 Midwood St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). C 
*Seelig, M. G., M. D., Humboldt Building, 537 North Grand Ave., St. 

Louis, Mo. (54). 1906. K 
*Seely, Henry Martyn, M. D., 3 South St., Middlebury, Vt. (58). 1910. 

E 
*Segerblom, Wilhelm, Professor of Chemistry, Phillips Exeter Academy, 
Exeter, N. H. (53). 1906. CL 
Seidell, Atherton, Ph. D., Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts. N. W., 

AVashington, D. C. (58). C 
Seitz, Chas. E., 100 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

♦Selby, Augustine Dawson, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Woo- 

ster, Ohio. (44). 1900. G 
Selden, Andrew Kenneth, Jr., E. E., 82 West 5th St., Bayonne, N. J. 

(60). D 
Seldner, Rudolph, 1395 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). C 
Seligman, Isaac Newton, i William St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Sellards, Elias Howard, Ph. D., Florida State Geological Survey, Talla- 
hassee, Fla. (54). 1906. E 
*Sellers, James Freeman, Professor of Chemistry, Mercer University, 

Macon, Ga. (50). 1906. C 
*Sellew, George Tucker, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Knox College, 

Galesburg, 111. (58). 1909. A 
Sellew, Timothy G., 462 Park St., Upper Montclair, N. J. (57). 
Sellman, William A. B., M. D., 5 East Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. (60) . K 
Semple, Clarence Carleton, Bluefields, Nicaragua, C. A. (58). D E 
Senior, H. D., College of Medicine, Syracuse, N. Y. (58). F 
Sergei, Charles H., 4578 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Serviss, Garrett Putnam, 8 Middagh St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (52). 1906. 

ABE 
Sessinghaus, Gustavus, E. M., 915 Missouri Trust Building, St. Louis, 

Mo. (50). E 
Setz, C. F., Herculaneum, Mo. (60). C 
Sever, George Francis, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (49). B D 
Severin, Harry Charles, Professor of Entomology, South Dakota State 

College, Brookings, S. D. (61). F 
Sewell, John Stephen, C. E., Alabama Marble Co., Gantt's Quarry, 

Ala. (58). D 
Seyfert, Stanley S., E. E., Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

(60). D 
*Seymour, Paul Henry, Urbana University Schools, Urbana, Ohio. (44). 

1896. C 
Seymour, Raymond Jesse, M. D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Ohio 

State University, Columbus, Ohio. (60). K 
Shafer, George Daniel, Ph. D., Box 143, East Lansing, Mich. (58). F 
Shafer, John A., Custodian of the Museums, New York Botanical Garden, 

Bronx Park, New York, N. Y. (51). G 
Shaffer, Newton M., M. D., Surgeon in Chief, N. Y. State Hospital for 

Care of Crippled and Deformed Children, 28 East 38th St., New York, 

N. Y. (60). K 
Shaffer, Philip A., 414 East 26th St., New York, N. Y. (58). K 
Shambaugh, George E., M. D., 5317 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 

K 
*Shantz, Homer Le Roy, Ph. D., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (50). 1904. G 
*Share, William Waldemar, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Adelphi Col- 
lege, Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). 1910. A B C D E L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Sharp, Charles Cutler, C. E., Nelsonville, Ohio. (50). D E 
*Sharp, Clayton Halsey, Ph.D., 118 Fisher Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 

(45). 1897. BD 
Sharp, Edward Affleck, M. D., 339 15th St., Buffalo, N. Y. (56). K H 
Sharpe, Richard W., 1121 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (51). F 
Sharpies, Philip Price, 22 Concord Ave., Cambridge, Mass. (47). C I 
*Sharples, Stephen Paschall, E. M., 26 Broad St., Boston, Mass. (29). 

1884. C E G 
Sharwood, William J., Ph. D., care Homestake Mining Co., Lead, S. Dak. 

(58). CDE 
Shattuck, Charles H., Ph. D., Professor of Forestry, University of Idaho, 
Moscow, Idaho. (58). G 
*Shattuck, Frederick Cheron, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, 
Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (50). 1901. F K 
Shattuck, George Brune, M. D., 183 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (54). K 
*Shattuck, George Burbank, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Vassar College, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (47). 1899. E 
Shattuck, Harold B., Associate Professor of R. R. Engineering, State 
College, Pa. (58). D 
*Shattuck, Samuel Walker, Professor of Mathematics, University of 
Illinois, Champaign, 111. (50). 1902. A 
Shaw, Charles Frederick, State College, Pa. (58). E 
Shaw, Eugene Wesley, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60). 

E 
Shaw, Harry B., Takoma Park, D. C. (61). G 
Shaw, Henry Clay, C. E., Glenshaw, Pa. (51). D 
Shaw, Henry Lyman, M. D., 19 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. 

(51). K 
*Shaw, James Byrnie, 1 25S West Macon St., Decatur, III. (,sS). 1908. A 
Shaw, Mrs. John C, 317 Convent Ave., Xew York, N. Y. (57). 
Shaw, Louis Agassiz, 146 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. (60). 
Shaw, Reuben T., 2508 South Colorado St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). C 
Shaw, Miss Susan Welles, 151 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Shaw, Walter Robert, Ph. D., 163 Calle Real, Ermita, Manila, P. I. 
(47). 1902. FG 
Shaw, Wilson A., Cashier, Merchants and Manufacturers National Bank, 
Pittsburg, Pa. (50). I 
*Shea, Daniel William, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Catholic University 
of America, Washington, D. C. (54). 1906. B 
Sheafer, Arthur Whitcomb, E. M., Pottsville, Pa. (28). 
*Shear, Cornelius Lott, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (49). 1901. G 
*Shearer, John Sanford, Professor of Physics, Cornell University, Ithaca, 

N. Y. (52). 1906. B 
♦Shedd, John C, Ph. D., Olivet College, Olivet, Mich. (50). 1906. A B 
*Shedd, Solon, Professor of Geology, Washington State College, Pullman, 
Wash. (51). 1906. E 

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MEMBKKS AND FELLOWS. 

Shedlock. Alfred, M. E., 45 Broadway, New' York, N. Y. (57). D 
Sheffield, George St. John, Twin Hhns Farm, Attleboro, Mass. (50). I 
Sheldon, Edmund P., 218 Commercial Club, Portland, Ore. (54). G 
Sheldon, Ernest Wilson, 569 Yale Station, New Haven, Conn. (60). A 
Sheldon, Frank A., 415 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. (58). 
Sheldon. Mrs. Jennie M. Arms, Deerfield, Mass. (44). E F 
*Sheldon, John Lewis, Ph. D., Professor of Botany and Bacteriology, West 

Virginia University, Morgantown, W. Va. (50). 1904. 6 
Sheldon, Ralph Edward, Ph. D., University of Pittsburg Medical School, 

Pittsburg, Pa. (56). F K 
♦Sheldon, Samuel, Ph. D., Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering, 

Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. (42). 1894. B D L 
Shelford, Victor Ernest, Ph. D., Associate in Zoology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). F 
Shelly, Edwin T., M. D., Atchison, Kans. (60). K 
Shenehon, Francis C, Dean, College of Engineering, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (61). D 
Shepard, Edward M., LL. D., 44 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). 

IL 
Shepard, John Frederick, Ph. D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Mich. (54). H K 
Shepard, Rev. William O., Ph. D., 6410 Stewart Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Shepardson, George Defrees, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, Minneai)olis, Minn. (60). D 
Shepherd, Miss Elizabeth, 253 West 128th St., New York, N. Y. (39). 
Shepherd, Frank I., 302 Merchants Trust Co. Building, Los Angeles, 

Cal. (48). C E K 
Sheppard, George Quinton, vSenior Master, The Hill School, Pottstown, 

Pa. (60). A 
Shepperd, John H., Box 35, Fargo, N. D. (54). 
Sherburne, Andrew E., M. D., 46 Brent St., Dorchester Center, Mass. 

(60). K 
Sherman, E. Amelia, M. D., R. F. D. No. 2, McGregor, Iowa. (58). K 
♦Sherman, Henry Clapp, Ph. D., Instructor in Analytical Chemistry, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (51). 1906. C L 
Sherman, Lewis, M. D., 448 Jackson St., Milwaukee, Wis. (50). GK 
Sherwood, George Herbert, Curator, Department of Public Instruction, 

American Museum of Natural History, New York, N. Y. (56). F 
*Sherzer, William Hittell, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, State Normal 

College, Ypsilanti, Mich. (58). 1908. E H L 
Shideler, Claude P., 320 West 4th St., Sedalia, Mo. (61). F 
Shidy, Leland Perry, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, 

D. C. (52). BG 
*Shimek, Bohumil, Professor of Physiological Botany, State University 

of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (52). 1904. E G 
*Shimer, Hervey Woodburn, Associate Professor of Geology, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (53). 1909. E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Shimer, Porter William, E. M., Ph. D., Easton, Pa. (38). 1S89. C 
Shingler, George Pinckney, Jr., Professor of Chemistry, Emory College, 

Oxford, Ga. (58). C 
*Shinn, Owen Louis, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of 

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 1910. C 
Shiraishi, Naoji, C. E., Mitsu Bishi Co., Kobe, Japan. (60). D 
Shoemaker, Mrs. Edward, 103 1 North Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Shoemaker, Hemy Wharton, 37-43 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). E F 
Shoemaker, Louis Henry, C. E., 1452 Frick Annex, Pittsburg, Pa. (60). D 
Shoemaker, S. M., Eccleston, Md. (60). 

Shoop, Charles Franklin, Experimental Engineering Department, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). A D 
Shore, Albert Ferdinand, 557 West 2 2d St., New York, N. Y. (54). D 
*Short, Robert L., Technical High School, Cleveland, Ohio. (55). 190S. 

A 
Shott, John A., Professor of Physics, Westminster College, New Wil 

mington. Pa. (53). B 
Shoudy, William Allen, M. E., Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, 

N. J. (60). D 
Shrawder, Joseph S., 21 East Bond St., Corry, Pa. (60). C 
*Shreve, Forrest, Ph. D., Desert Botanical Laboratory of the Carnegie 

Institution, Tucson, Ariz. (57). 1909. G 
Shreve, Randolph Norris, Chemist, 4477 Forest Park Boulevard, St. 

Louis, Mo. (58). C 
Shuler, Ellis W., Professor of Geology, Polytechnic College, Fort Worth, 

Tex. (60). E 
Shull, Aaron Franklin, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (58). F 
Shull, Charles Albert, Professor of Biology, Transylvania University, 

Lexington, Ky. (58). FG 
*Shull, George Harrison, Ph. D., Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. 

(53)- 1905- G 
Shultz, Charles S., Hoboken, N. J. (31). F 
Shurtleff, Eugene, M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons, 517 Shaw- 

mut Ave., Boston, Mass. (52). K 
*Shute, Daniel Kerfoot, M. D., 17 19 De Sales St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(50). 1906. FIK 
*Shutt, Frank Thomas, Dominion Experimental Farms, Ottawa, Canada. 

(47). 1898. C 
*Sias, Solomon, M. D., Schoharie, N. Y. (10). 1874. K 
Sickels, Ivin, M. D., College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. 

(50). FK 
Sickenberger, Ernest F., M. D., Carlstadt, N. J. (60). K 
Sidener, Charles F., Professor of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (58). C 
Siebel, John E., Ph. D., Director, Zymotechnic Institute, 1424 Montana 

St., Chicago, 111. (37). BCDK 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Sieberg, W. H. I., Hotel Winthrop, i25th'St. and 7th Ave., New York 

N. Y. (57). 
Siedenburg, Frederic, S. J., Professor of Physics, St. Louis University, 

St. Louis, Mo. (53). B L 
Sievers, Hans H., M. D., Tama, Iowa. (60). K 
*Sigerfoos, Chas. Peter, Professor of Zoology, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (54). 1906. F 
*Sigsbee, Charles Dwight, Rear Admiral, U. S. N., Retired, Metropolitan 

Club, Washington, D. C. (28). 1882. E 
Silber, Frederick D., 5632 Washington Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). D 
Silvester, Charles Frederick, Curator, Zoological Museum, Princeton 

University, Princeton, N. J. (54). F 
Silvester, Richard William, Pn.sident, Maryland Agricultural College, 

College Park, Md. (50). G 
Silvestri, Hugo, Consul of Austria-Hungary, Room 816, 184 La Salle St., 

Chicago, 111. (58). I 
Simes, Olive, 46 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Simes, Mrs. William, 46 Chestnut St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Simkhovitch, V. G., Ph. D., Supt. of Library, Columbia University, New 

York, N. Y. (54). 
Simmons, George H., M. D., LL. D., Secretary, American Medical 

Association, 103 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Simon, Charles E., M. D., 1302 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. (58). 

1910. K 
*Simon, William, Ph. D., Catonsville, Md. (29). 1895. C 
*Simonds, Frederic William, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of 

Texas, Austin, Tex. (25). 1888. EF 
Simonds, Ossian Cole, C. E., i loi Buene Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). G 
Simons, Etoile B.. Ph. D., Manual Training High School, Indianapolis, 

Ind. (57). G 
Simons, James E., M. D., Bay City, Tex. (60). K 
Simonson, William, 126 West 9th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (57). C 
Simpson, Frank M., Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. (58). B 
Simpson, J. A., M. D., 638 20th St., San Francisco, Cal. (60). K 
Simpson, Jesse Pickrell, M. D., Pahner, 111. (51). FHK 
Simpson, John Crayke, M. D., 142 1 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, 

D. C. (51). HIKL 
Simpson, Paul D., C. E., U. S. Reclamation Service, Guernsey, Wyo. 

(60). 
Simpson, Quintus Irvin, Palmer, 111. (54). F K 
Simpson, William Kelly, M. D., 952 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Sims, Clough William, 2215 CaroHne St., Houston, Texas. (58). B C 
Sinclair, Albert T., 37 North Beacon St., AUston, Boston, Mass. (58). 

E H I L 
Sinclair, Alexander Grant, M. D., LL. D., 126 North Court Ave., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. (52). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Sinclair, Cephas Hempstone, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (52). 1908. A 
Sinclair, Mary Emily, Ph. D., Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. (58). A 
Singer, George Park, Department of Natural Sciences, Central State 

Normal School, Lock Haven, Pa. (50). A B C L 
Singer, H. Douglas, M. D., Hospital, 111. (60). K 
Sinnott, Edmund Ware, 24 Perk ns Hal , Cambridge, Mass. (60). G 
Sisson, Septimus, Professor of Comparative Anatomy, Ohio State Uni- 
versity, Columbus, Ohio. H 
Sjostrom, Ivar L., C. E., Lawrence, Mass. (60). D 
Skelton, John E., Saltville, Va. (60). C 

Skiff, Frederick James Volney, Director, Field Museum of Natural His- 
tory, Chicago, 111. (43). 
*Skinner, Aaron Nichols, Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N., 506, The 

Alabama, Washington, D. C. (40). 1S93. A 
*Skinner, Charles Edward, Engineering Department, Westinghouse Elec- 
tric & Manufacturing Co., Pittsburg, Pa. (54). 1906. D 
*Skinner, Clarence A., Ph. D , University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. 

(48). 1903. B 
*Skinner, Ernest Brown, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (58). 1909. A 
*Skinner, Henry, M. D., The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (47). 1902. FGKL 
Skinner, Stanbridge A., 434 Grant St., Redlands, Cal. (58). C E F K 
Skinner, William W., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Slack, Henry R., M. D., La Grange, Georgia. (60). K 
Slade, EIi>ha, Somerset, Mass. (29). F 
*Slagle, Robert Lincoln, Ph. D., Brookings, S. D. (50). 1909. C E 
Slater, Florence Wells, 82 Barclay St., Flushing, L. I., N. Y. (60). F 
*Slaught, Herbert Ellsworth, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1908. A 
Sleeman, Herbert R., E. M., Whim Creek, West Australia. (60). D 
Siemens, J. Morris, M. D., 23 West Cha^e St., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
*Slichter, Charles S., Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of 

Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (51). 1902. A 
*Slipher, V M., Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Ariz. (52). 1908. A B 
Sloan, Benson Bennett, 141 East 36th St., New York, N. Y. (57). D 
Sloan, Robert T., M. D., 407-408 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Mo. 

(60). K 
Slocom, Arthur Ware, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 111. 

(58). E 
Slocum, Miss Anna D., Pond St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. (61). 
Slocum, Chas. Elihu, Ph. D., M. D., Defiance, Ohio. (34). E H 
*Slocum, Frederick, Ph. D., Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis. 
(47)- 1906. A 
.Slocum, Miss Laura, Pond St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. (61) 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Slonaker, J. Rollin, Ph. D., 334 Kingsley Ave., Palo Alto, Cal. (49). F 
*Slosson, Edwin Emery, Ph. D., Literary Editor, The Independent, 130 

Fulton St., New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. C 
*Small, John Kunkel, Ph. D., New York Botanical Garden, Bedford Park, 
New York, N. Y. (44). 1902. G 
Smallwood, Miss Mabel Elizabeth, Lane Technical High School, Chicago, 
111. (52). FG 
*Smallwood, William Martin, Ph. D., Professor of Comparative Anatomy, 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (50). 1903. EF 
Smeaton, Wm. Gabb, 1 1 14 Prospect St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (57). C 
Smersh, Francis M., M. D., Owatonna, Minn. (60). K 
Smillie, Thomas W., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (40). F 
Smith, Albert L., 9432 Howard Court, Chicago, 111. (60). C 
*Smith, Albert William, Ph. D., Professor of Metallurgy, Case School of 

Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (47)- 1900. C 
*Smith, Alexander, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (40). 1892. C L 
Smith, Alfred, Ring Place, Price Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). C 
Smith, Alice Maude, M. D., ~oq North 2d St., Tacoma, Wash. (53). 
H I K L 
*Smith, Allen John, M. D., Professor of Pathology, University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (47). 1905. H K 
Smith, Mrs. Annie Morrill, 78 Orange St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (49). G 
*Smith, Arthur George, Professor of Physics and Mechanics, State Univer- 
sity of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (50). 1909. A 
♦Smith, Arthur Whipple, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, 

Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y. (58). 1910. A 
*Smith, Arthur Whitmore, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics, Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. (44). 1906. B 
Smith, Bertram G., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (61). F 
Smith, Burnett, Ph. D., Skaneateles, N. Y. (54). E F 
Smith, Charles Dennison, M. D., Maine General Hospital, Portland, Me. 

(58). F G K 
*Smith, Charles Henry, 5406 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). 1909. A 
*Smith, Charles J., Professor of Mathematics, Western Reserve Univer- 
sity, Cleveland, Ohio. (32). 1885. A B 
Smith, Charles Marquis, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. (58). B 
Smith, Clara E., 85 Shafer Hall, Wellesley, Mass. (60). A 
Smith, Claude A., M. D., Chamber of Commerce Building, Atlanta, Ga. 

(58). K 
Smith, D. Laurence, M. D., 204-205 Peyton Block, Spokane, Wash. 

(60). K 
*Smith, David Eugene, Ph. D., LL.D., Professor of Mathematics, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (58). 1909. A L 
Smith, Delavan, Lake Forest, 111. (60). I 
Smith, Dudley, M. D., 157 1 7th Ave., Oakland, Cal. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Smith, Edgar F., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, Philadelphia, Pa. (33). 1891. C E L 
Smith, Edward Sanborn, M. D., 301 North Rawlins St., Macon, Mo. 

(58). K 
Smith, Elliot, Cincinnati Observatory, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). A 
*Smith, Erastus Gilbert, Ph. D., Director, Beloit Sanitary Laboratory, 

Beloit, Wis. (34). 1887. C 
*Smith, Ernest Ellsworth, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Physiology and 

Organic and Biological Chemistry, Fordham University School of 

Medicine, Fordham, N. Y. (43). 1898. C F K 
Smith, Ernest Reveley, Teacher of Physics, Syracuse High School, 106 

Dell St., Syracuse, N. Y. (56). B 
Smith, Erwin F., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(34). 1890. 6 
, Smith, Eugene C. E., 317 Washington St., Hoboken, N. J. (50). D E F 
*Smith, Eugene, Allen, Ph. D., State Geologist, University, Ala. (20). 

1877. C E 
Smith, Eugene Randolph, Head of Mathematical Department, Poly- 
technic Preparatory School, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). A 
Smith, F. G., Analytical Chemist, Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. (58). C 
Smith, Frances Grace, Ph. D., Department of Botany, Smith College, 

Northampton, Mass. (57). G 
*Smith, Prof. Francis Henry, U. S. Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. (54). 

1906. A B 
*Smith, Frank, Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Illinois, 

Urbana, 111. (49). 1900. F 
Smith, Frank Clemes,E. M., Box 185, Richland Center, Wis. (60). D 
Smith, Franklin Orion, Woodbine, Iowa. (58). H L 
Smith, Franklin W., E. M., Box 937, Bisbee, Ariz. (57). D E 
Smith, Fred G., U. S. Food Inspection Laboratory, St. Paul, Minn. (60.) 

C 
Smith, Fred W., Department of Science, Northern Normal and Indus- 
trial School, Aberdeen, S. D. (54). F6K 
Smith, Frederic J., care Pierce Phosphate Company, Pierce, Fla. (58). 

CFG 
Smith, George McPhail, Ph. D., 708 South 4th St., Champaign, 111. (58). 

C 
*Smith, George Otis, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(52). 1906. E 
Smith, Grant, 2421 Ebuda Ave., Morgan Park, 111. (58). 
Smith, H. Carlton, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. (56). C 
*Smith, Harlan I., Associate Curator of Anthropology, American Museum 

of Natural History, New York, N. Y. (41). 1896. H 
*Smith, Harold Babbitt, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Worcester 

Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass. (43). 1898. B D 
Smith, Harry A., M. D., Delta, Colo. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Smith, Harvey, M. D., Peyton Block, Spokane, Wash. (60). K 
Smith, Henry Lee, M. D., 2701 North Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 

K 
Smith, Henry Lester, 314 North Washington St., Bloomington, Ind, 

(58). L 
Smith, Henry Monmouth, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, 742 South 

Crouse Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. (58). C 
Smith, Herbert Stearns Squier, C. E., Professor of Civil Engineering, 

Princeton University, Princeton, N. J. (29). D 
Smith, Homer Erastus, M. D., Norwich, N. Y. (60). K 
Smith, Howard Dexter, Ph. D., 11 Woodward Ave., Lowell, Mass. (58). 

C 
*Smith, Hugh M., M. D., LL.D., Bureau of Fisheries, U. S. Department of 

Commerce and Labor, Washington, D. C. (52). 1906. F K 
Smith, Huron Herbert, Dendrologist, Field Museum of Natural History, 

Chicago, 111. (56). G 
Smith, Isabel Seymour, Assistant Professor of Biology, Illinois College, 

Jacksonville, 111. (60). F 
Smith, J. Charles, 131 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. (48). F 
Smith, J. Hammond, School of Engineering, University of Pittsburg, 

Pittsburg, Pa. (61). AD 
Smith, James Alnutt, 121 West 91st St., New York, N. Y. (60). F 
Smith, James Brookes, University of Virginia, University Station, Va. 

(61). A 
Smith, James Hervey, 5441 West Ohio St., Austin Station, Chicago, 111. 

(40). E 
Smith, Miss Jennie M., 260 Watson Boulevard, Pittsburg, Northside, Pa. 

(50). AEF 
Smith, Jesse L., Superintendent of Schools, Highland Park, 111. (58). 
Smith, Jesse M., E. E., M. E., Room M-14, 220 Broadway, New York, 

N. Y. (58). D 
*Smith, John B., Ph. D., Professor of Entomology, Rutgers College, New 

Brunswick, N T. (32). 1884. F 
Smith, Joseph Rowe, M. D., LL. D., Brigadier-General and Assistant 

Surgeon-General, U.S. A., 2135 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (43). K 
*Smith, Joseph Russell, Ph. D., Swarthmore, Pa. (58). 1910. E I 
Smith, Joseph T., M. D., The Cecil, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Smith, Lee H., M. D., President, Buffalo Society of Natural Science, 663 

Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. (51). H K 
Smith, Leonard Charles Lindsay, C. E., 59 Woolsey St., Long Island City, 

N. Y. (60). D 
Smith, Louie Henrie, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Plant Breeding, 

College of Agriculture, Urbana, 111. (58). CG 
Smith, Margaret Keiver, Irvington, N. Y. (60). H 
Smith, Milton W., 413 Failing Building, Portland, Ore. (60). I 
Smith, Morgan, M. D., 108 Louisiana St., Little Rock, Ark. (60). K 

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MEMBBRS AND FELLOWS. 

Smith, Murdoch C, M. D., Lee Hall, Lynn, Mass. (60). K 
Smith, Oakley, M. D., 126 State Street, Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Smith, Oberlin, C. E., M. E , Lochwold, Bridgeton, N. J. (58). D 
*Smith, Percey F., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Sheffield Scientific 

School, New Haven, Conn. (58). 1909. A 
*Smith, Philip Sidney, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(47). 1909. E 
Smith, Preston, Teacher of Science, State Normal School, Fitchburg, 

Mass. (61). L 
*Smith, Q. Cincinnatus, M. D., 4148 Center St . San Diego, Cal. (26). 

1881. K 
Smith, R. Manson, 4 East Biddle St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
Smith, Ralph Ingram, 119 Hillsboro Ave., Raleigh, N. C. (54). F 
Smith, Roy Harman, M. E., 2 197 East 82d St., Cleveland, Ohio. (58). D 
Smith, S. Kedzie, C. E., Vintondale, Pa. (58). D 
Smith, Samuel George, D. D., LL. D., Professor of Sociology, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (60). I 
Smith, Sedgwick, Assistant in Geology, Harvard University, Cambridge, 

Mass. (61). E 
Smith, Stuart, care Marquette Cement Manufacturing Co., La Salle, 111. 

(58). BC 
Smith, Theobald, 397 South St., Jamaica Plain, Boston, Mass. (61). 
Smith, Theodore W., 5406 South Park Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Smith, Thomas A,, Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Beloit College, 

Beloit, Wis. (50). A B 
Smith, Thomas Guilford, LL. D., 203 Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y. 

(50). Dl 
Smith, Thur, Newark Valley, N. Y. (60). E F G 
Smith, W. Hinckle, Bryn Mawr, Pa. (54). 
♦Smith, W. S. Tangier, Ph. D., University of Nevada, Reno, Nev. (50). 

1906. E 
*Smith, Warren D., Chief, Division of Mines, Bureau of Science, Manila, 

P. L (57)." 1910. E 
*Smith, Warren Rufus, Ph. D., Instructor in Chemistry, Lewis Institute, 

Chicago, 111, (52). 1906. C 
Smith, Wm. Alexander, 412 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57) 
*Smith, William Benjamin, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Tulane Uni- 
versity, New Orleans, La. (50). 1901. A 
Smith, William H., M. D., 377 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Smith-Trumper, Jessie, M. D., 929 East 105th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). K 
*Smock, John Conover, Ph. D., Trenton, N. J. (23). 1879. E 
Smock, Ledru Pierson, M. D., 3330 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 

K 
Smoot, Edgar K., C. E., Dover Plains, N. Y. (61). D 
Smyser, Albert E., E. M., 437 North 7th St., Steubenville, Ohio. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Smyth, Charles Henry, Jr., Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Princeton Uni- 
versity, Princeton, N. J. (38). 1894. ^ 

Smyth, Ellison A., Jr., LL. D., Professor of Biology, Virginia Polytechnic 
Institute, Blacksburg, Va. (57). FG 

*Sneath, E. Hershey, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Philosophy, Yale Uni- 
versity, New Haven, Conn. (51). 1902. H 

Snedaker, James Angus, E. M., 2209 East 13th Ave., Denver, Colo. 
(50). D 

Snedden, David, 300 Ford Building, Boston, Mass. (61). L 

Snell, John Ferguson, Macdonald College, Quebec, Canada. (58). C 

Snelling, Walter Otheman, Ph. D., U. S. Testing Station, 40th and 
Butler Sts., Pittsburg, Pa. (58). C E 

Sneve, Haldor, M. D., Lowry Arcade, St. Paul, Minn. (51). K 
*Snow, Benjamin W., Ph. D., 135 West Oilman St., Madison, Wis. (35). 
1889. B 

Snow, Charles Carleton, 2319 18th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). 
AHI L 

Snow, Elbridge Gerry, President, Home Insiu-ance Co., 56 Cedar St., 
NewYork, N. Y. (57). 

Snow, Frederick W., E. M., Chino Copper Co., Santa Rita, N. M. (60). 
D 

Snow, Laetitia Morris, Ph. D., care Department of Botany, Wellesley 
College, Wellesley, Mass. (57). G 

Snow, Rachel Parker, 29 Russell Ave., Watertown, Mass. (61). A F 

Snyder, Carl, 10 East 45th St., New York, N. Y. (60). E F 

Snyder, Charles D., Ph. D., Instructor in Physiology, Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore, Md. (60). K 

Snyder, Fred. D., M. D., 10 Center St., Ashtabula, Ohio. (51). E F H K 
♦Snyder, Harry, Professor of Agriculture, Chemistry and Soils, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (44). 1897. C 
*Snyder, Prof. Monroe B., Philadelphia Astronomical Observatory, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (24). 1882. AB 
*Snyder, Zachariah Xenophon, Ph. D., President, State Normal School, 

Greeley, Colo. (50). 1907. F 
♦Solley, Fred, Palmer, M. D., 114 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

1908. K 
*Sollmann, Torald Hermann, M. D., Professor of Pharmacology and 
Materia Medica, Western Reserve University Medical College, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. (52). 1906. K 

Sommer, Richard E. W., 1302 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis. (60). C 

Sondern, Frederic E.,M.D., 200 West 56th St., New York, N.Y. (57). K 
*Soper, George A.. Ph. D., 391 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. (46). 

1907. K 
*Soule, William, Ph. D., Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio. (33). 
1899. B C E 

Southall, James P. C, Professor of Physics, Alabama Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, Auburn, Ala. (siV B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Southard, E. E., 240 Longwood Ave., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Souther, Henry, 440 Capitol Ave., Hartford, Conn. (58). D 

Souvielle, Mathieu, M. D., Box 355, Jacksonville, Fla. (36). B E F K 

Souvielle, Mrs. Mathieu, Box 355, Jacksonville, Fla. (24). A B F 

Sowdon, Arthur J. C, 66 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 

Sowers. Zachariah T., M. D., 1707 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, D. C. 

(60). K 
♦Spalding, Frederick Putnam, Professor of Civil Engineering, University 

of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (46). 1899. " 
♦Spalding, Volney Morgan, Ph. D., 420 East 4th St., Tucson, Ariz. (51). 

1902. G 
Spangler, Harry Allen, M. D., Carlisle, Pa. (51). K 
Spaulding, Frank B., 324 Decatur St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). A 
*Spaulding, Perley, Ph. D., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of 

Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (52). 1909. G 
Spear, Gen. Ellis, 1601 Oak St., Washington, D. C. (52). D 
Spear, Philip Hichborn, C. E., Raritan, N. J. (60). D 
Speare, Alden T., 4 Hudson St., East Lynn, Mass. (61). G 
Speer, C. H., M. E., care Algoma Steel Co., Ltd., Sault Ste Marie, Canada. 

(58). D 
Spelman, James F., M. D., Box 634, Anaconda, Mont. (60). K 
♦Spencer, Arthur Coe, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (52). 

1905. E 
Spencer, Eugene Jaccard, E. E., 220 South Grand Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

(58). D 
♦Spencer, Joseph William, Ph. D., 2019 Hillyer Place, Washington, D. C. 

(28). 1882. E 
Spencer, Mrs. Lorillard, Chastellux, Newport, R. L (57). 
Spencer, Miss Pauline W., 3421 Race St., Philadelphia, Pa. (61). L 
SpenzER, John George, M. D., Ph. D., 716 Rose Building, Cleveland, 

Ohio. (37). 1895- C K 
Sperr, Frederick W., Professor of Civil and Mining Engineering, Michigan 

College of Mines, Houghton, Mich. (60). D 
Sperry, Elmer A., E. E., 100 Marlborough Road, Prospect Park, South, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. (51). D 
♦Speyers, Clarence Livingston, 33 Magazine St., Cambridge, Mass. (50). 

1901. B C 
Spicer, C. E., 100 Sherman St., Joliet, 111. (58). B 
Spiker, W. C, C. E., 117 Forest Ave., Atlanta, Ga. (60). D 
♦Spillman, Wm. Jasper, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (52). 1905. FG 
♦Spinney, Louis Bevier, E. E., Professor of Physics, Iowa State College, 

Ames, Iowa. (42). 1897. B D 
♦Spitzka, Edward Anthony, M. D., Professor of General Anatomy, Jeffer- 
son Medical College, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. F H K 
Spofford, Paul N., P. O. Box 1667, New York, N. Y. (36). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Spohn, Arthur Edward, M. D., Corpus Christi, Tex. (56). F K 
Spooner, Chas. Stockman, Agricultural Experiment Station, Durham, 

N. H. (57). F 
Sprague, Francis R., M. D., 2576 Washington St., San Francisco, Cal. 

(60). K 
*Springer, Alfred, Ph. D., 312 East 2d St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (24). 18S0. 

C 
Springer, Hon. Frank, East Las Vegas, N. M. (57). 
*Springsteen, Harry William, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, 

Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. (49). 1906. A B 
Sprong, Severn D., E. E., 34 Jefferson Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
Spunar, Valentine M., M. E., E. E., 3536 Massachusetts Ave., Pittsburg, 

N. S., Pa. (60). A 
Squibb, Charles F., Bernardsville, N. J- (43)- 
Squibb, Edward Hamilton, M. D., P. O. Box 760, Brooklvn, N. Y. (41). 

F K 
*Squier, Major George Owen, Ph. D., Signal Corps, U. S. A., War Depart- 
ment, Washington, D. C. (54). 1906. B 
Stabler, Edward Lincoln, Ph. D., care U. S. Leather Company, 47 John 

St., New York, N. Y. (60). A 
Stabler, Laird J., 1122 West 30th St., Los Angeles, Cal. (60). C 
Stackpole, Miss Caroline E., Teachers College, Columbia University, 

NewYork, N. Y. (53). FGL 
Stafford, Prof. Orin F., Department of Chemistry, University of Oregon, 

Eugene, Oregon. (58). C 
*Stahley, George Diehl, M. D., Gettysbure, Pa. (47). 1907. F G 
Stair, Leslie Dalrymple, 92 Wadena St., Cleveland, Ohio. (52). D G I 
Stalknecht, A. C, 1015 Germania Ave., Saginaw, Mich. (60). C 
Stamper, Alva Walker, 326 Salem St., Chico, Cal. (60). A 
Standley, Paul C, Assistant Curator, U. S. National Museum, Washington, 

D. C. (60). G 
Stange, Charles H., Professor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, 

Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (61). K 
Stanley, William, E. E., Great Barrington, Mass. (50). D 
Stantial, F. G., Everett, Mass. (61). C 
Stanton, Frank McMillan, E. M., Agent of Atlantic, Baltic and Central 

Mining Cos., Atlantic Mine, Mich. (51). D E 
Stanton, John R., 15 William St., Xew York, N. Y. (49). 
Stanton, Robert Brewster, C. E., E. M., 66 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

(51). D 
*Stanton, Timothy William, Ph. D., U. S. National Museum, Washington, 

D. C. (50). 1902. E 
Stanton, Wilbur D, C. E., Las Cascadas, Canal Zone, Panama. (60). D 
Starbuck, Edwin Diller, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, State Univer- 
sity of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (58). H I L 
Stark, William E., 537 West 123d St., New York, N. Y. (58). L 

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*Starr, Frederick, Ph. D., Professor of Anthropology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (36). 1892. E H 
*Starr, M. Allen, M. D., Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. K 
Starrett, Milton Gerry, C. E., 223 East 17th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 

D 
Stauffer, Clinton R., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Geology, School of 

Mining, Queens University, Kingston, Canada. (57). E 
Stauffer, Rev. Thomas P., 910 Congress St., Emporia, Kansas. (51). I 
Stearns, Edward F., 4451 Oakenwald Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Stearns, Guy Beckley, M. D., 119 West 82d St., New York, N. Y. (54) 

I K 
Steams, Thomas B., E. M., 1720 California St., Denver, Colo. (50). D E 
Stebbins, Miss Fannie A., 480 Union St., Springfield, Mass. (44). F G 
Stebbins, James H., Jr., 3 West 29th St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
*Stebbins, Joel, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Astronomy, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). 1909. A 
Stedman, John Moore, OflSce of Experiment Stations, Washington, D.C. 

(58). F 
Steel, Alvin Arthur, Fayetteville, Ark. (58). D E 
Steel, Matthew, 713 Missouri Ave., Columbia, Mo. (58). K 
Steele, John M., M. D., Owings Mills, Md. (60). K 
Steele, Warren Merrill, Professor of Philosophy, Furman University, 

Greenville, S. C. (57). K 
Steensland, Halbert Severin, Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (58). F K 
Steer, Prof. Albert B., 115 2nd Ave., Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. 

(61). H 
Steers, James R., ioi Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Steffens, Mathew Joseph, 55-57 East 22d St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Steidtmann, Edward, Instructor in Geology and Mineralogy, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (61). E 
*Steiger, George, Chemical Laboratory, U. S. Geological Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (40). 1901. BCE 
Stein, John Bethune, M. D., 205 East 23d St., New York. N. Y. (57). K 
Stein, Simon Gerberich, M. D., Muscatine, Iowa. (43). A K 
Steinbach, Lewis W^, M. D., 1309 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(51). K 
Steiner, Bernard Christian, Ph. D., Librarian, Enoch Pratt Free Library, 

Baltimore, Md. (58). I 
Steinman, David B., C. E., 53 7th St., New York, N. Y. (60). B D 
*Steinmetz, Charles Proteus, Ph. D., Consulting Engineer, General Electric 

Co., Schenectady, N. Y. (40). 1895. BCD 
Steinway, Fred T., 109 East 14th St., New York, N. Y. (56). 
*Stejneger, Leonhard, Curator of Department of Reptiles, U. S. National 

Museum, Washington, D. C. (40). 1892. E F . 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Stellwagen, Herbert P.. 2048 East Fair Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (58). A 
Stellwagen, Thos. C, M. D., Professor of Physiology, Philadelpliia Dental 

College, 1 1 19 Spruce St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). K 
Stephens, Henry Matthew, Professor of Biology, Dickinson College, 

Carlisle, Pa (50). F G 
♦Stephens, Roswell Powell, Ph. D., Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, 

University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. (57). 1909. A 
Stephens, Thomas Calderwood, Professor of Biology, Morningside College, 

Sioux City, Iowa. (57). F K 
♦Stephens, W. Hudson, Lowville, N. Y. (18). 1874. ^ H 
Stephenson, Edward B., 617 South Wright St., Champaign, 111. (58). B 
Stephenson, Frank T. F., 469 Trumball Ave., Detroit, Mich. (60). C 
Stephenson, Lloyd William, Ph. D., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 

D. C. (56). E 
Stern, Philip Kossuth, E. E., M. E., 521 West i82d St., New York, 

N. Y. (50). B D 
Sternberg, Charles Hazelius, 617 Vermont St., Lawrence, Kans. (50). 

EF 
■"Sternberg, George Miller, M. D., LL. D., Brigadier-General, U. S. A., 

Retired, 2005 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., ^^'ashington, D. C. (24). 

1880. K 
Sternberger, Edwin, M. D., 43 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Sterrett, Douglas Bouvard, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(61). E 
Stetson, Francis Lynde, 4 East 74th St., New York, N. Y. (57). E G I 
Stetson, George Rochford, 144 1 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., Washington, 

D. C. (49). H I 
Sietson, Harlan True, Wilder Laboratory, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 

N. H. (60). AB 
Stevenot, George A., 3458 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (60). C 
Stevens, Cyrus Lee, M. D., Secretary, Medical Society of the State of 

Pennsylvania, Athens, Pa. (51). K 
Stevens, Edward S., M. D., 23 West Main St., Lebanon, Ohio. (60). K 
♦Stevens, Frank Lincoln, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, College of Agri- 
culture and Mechanic Arts, West Raleigh, N. C. (44). 1899. G 
Stevens, Frederick W., Department of Physics, Lake Forest University, 

Lake Forest, 111. (50). B 
Stevens, George Thomas, M. D., Ph. D., 22 East 46th St., New York, 

N. Y. (28). BGK 
Stevens, Herman Campbell, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, 

University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. (58). H 
Stevens, Horace J., E. M., Houghton, Mich. (60). D 
Stevens, James Franklin, M. D., 405 North 25th St.. Lincoln, Xebr. 

(50). FHK 
♦Stevens, James Stacy, LL. D., Professor of Physics, University of Maine, 

Orono, Me (48). 1900. B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Stevens, Nettie Maria, Ph. D., Associate in Experimental Morphology, 

Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. (54). 1909. F G K 
Stevens, Oscar Edgerton, E. E., 45 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (58). D 
Stevens, Miss Romiett, Teachers College, Columbia University, New 
York, N. Y. (54). H L 
*Stevens, Walter LeConte, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Washington 
and Lee University, Lexington, Va. (29). 1882. A B L 
Stevenson, Francis Leslie, 234 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. (47). B D I 
*Stevenson, John James, Ph. D., LL. D., 568 West End Ave., New York, 
N. Y. (36). 1888. E 

*Stevenson, Mrs. Matilda Coxe, (41). 1893. H 

Stevenson, Robert, Jr., Winnetka, 111. (58). 

Stevenson, Wm. H., Professor of Soils, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. 

(55). C 
Stewart, Alban, Assistant Botanist, New Hampshire College, Durham, 

N. H. (60). G 
Stewart, Alonzo Hamilton, M. D., Assistant Bacteriologist, Bureau of 
Health, City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). K 
*Stewart, Colin Campbell, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology, Dartmouth 
College, Hanover, N. H. (54). 1906. K 
Stewart, Douglas, Assistant to Director, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburg, 

Pa. (50). E 
Stewart, Francis Laird, Murrysville, Pa. (51). G 
*Stewart, Fred. Carlton, Botanist, New York Agricultural Exi^eriment 

Station, Geneva, N. Y. (44). 1901. G 
*Stewart, George Walter, Professor of Physics, State University of Iowa, 
Iowa City, Iowa. (52). 1906. B 
Stewart, James L., M. D., Boise, Idaho. (60). K 
*Stewart, Louis B., Professor of Surveying and Geodesy, University of 

Toronto, Toronto, Canada. (57). 1909. A 
*Stewart, Oscar Milton, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, LTniversity of Mis- 
souri, Columbia, Mo. (46). 1900. B 
*Stewart, R. M., Dominion Observatory, Ottawa, Canada. (61). 1910. A 
Stewart, Robert, Ph. D., Agric. Experiment Station, Logan, Utah. (61). 

G 
Stewart, Robert W., M. D., Ortiz Building, Cincinnati, Ohio. (51). K L 
Stewart, Wm. R., 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Sticht, Robert C, E. M., General Manager, Mt. Lyell Mining and Ry. 
Co., Ltd., Queenstown, Tasmania, Australia. (60). D 
*Stickney, Gardner P., 864 Summit Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. (44). 1901 

H I 
Stickney, Malcolm Enos, Assistant Professor of Botany, Denison Univer- 
sity, Granville, Ohio. (53). G 
Stidham, Harrison, C. E., 3401 Newark St., Washington, D. C. (60). D 
*Stieglitz, Julius, Ph. D., Director, Laboratories of Analytical Chemistry, 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (39). 1895. C 

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Stigall, Bennett Merriman, Professor of Biology and Nature Study, State 

Normal School, Warrensburg, Mo. (53). F G 
*Stiles, Charles Warden, Ph. D., Hygienic Laboratory, U. S. Public Health 
and Marine Hospital Service, Washington, D. C. (40). 1892. F L 
Stiles, George W., Jr., M. D., 4820 Iowa Ave., Washington, D. C. (58). 

K 
Stiles, Harold M., 1023 Ayars Place, Evanston, 111. (58). B 
Stiles, L. C, M. D., Austinburg, Ohio. (60). K 
Still, George Anderson, M. D., care A. S. O. Hospital, Kirksville, Mo. 

(50). CK 
Stillhamer, Arthur G., 705 North East St., Bloomington, 111. (50). 

A BC D 
Stilman, Charles C, M. D., Morganville, Kansas. (60). K 
Stillman, Ernest Goodrich, 9 East 72d St., New York, N. Y. (57) . E F K 
Stillman, John Maxson, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Leland Stanford 

Junior University, Stanford University, California. (41). C 
Stillman, Wm. Olin, M. D., 287 State St., Albany, N. Y. (28). I K 
Stillwell, Albert G., 36 Gold St., New York, N. Y. (57). C 
*Stillwell, Lewis Buckley, E. E-, 100 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (50). 

1906. C D 
Stimpson, Edwin Fiske, Assistant Professor of Physics and Electrical 
Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. (60). B D 
*Stine, Wilbur Morris, Ph. D., Professor of Engineering, Swarthmore 

College, Swarthmore, Pa. (37). 1900. BCD 
*Stockard, Chas. Rupert, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Embryology and 
Experimental Morphology, Cornell University Medical College, New 
York, N. Y. (52). 1909. F 
*Stockberger, Warner W., Ph. D., Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (58). 1909. G 
*Stockton, Charles G., M. D., 436 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. (51). 

1906. K 
*Stockwell, John Nelson, Ph. D., 2384 East 40th St., Cleveland, Ohio. 

(18). 1875. A 
Stoddard, George Howland, M. E., 197 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (51). 

A B CD 
Stoddart, Chas. William, Assistant Professor of Soils, State College, Pa. 

(58). C 
Stoeckel, Carl, Norfolk, Conn. (52). A E 
Stoeffel, Paul X., E. M., care Cia Minera de Pefioles, S. A., Mapimi, Du- 

rango, Mexico. (58). D 
Stoelting, C. William, M. D., 813 Main St., Oconto, Wis. (60). K 
*Stokes, Anson Phelps, 100 Wilham St., New York, N. Y. (50). 1905. I 
*Stokes, Henry Newlin, Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 
(38). 1891. C E 
Stokes, J. G. Phelps, M. D., Caritas Island, Stamford, Conn. (58). I L 
Stokes, James Stephen, 1220 East Normal Ave., Kirksville, Mo. (58). 
B E 

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MEMBERS AND FEU/OWS. 

Stolz, Rabbi Joseph, D.D., 48J7 Laneley Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Stone, Alfred Holt, Dunleith, Miss. (51). 1905. H I 
Stone, Charles A., E. E., 147 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Stone, Edgar D., E. M., Boma, Tenn. (60). D 
*Stone, George Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Vegetable Pathology and 
Physiology, Massachusetts Agricultural College, Amherst, Mass. (48). 
1902. G 
Stone, I. F., 100 William St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Stone, Miss Isabelle, Ph. D., 3352 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111. (50). 

1906. B 
*Stone, John S., 192 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass. (.54). 1906. B 
Stone, Julius F., Columbus, Ohio. (48). 

Stone, Lincoln R., M. D., 131 Vernon St., Newton, Mass. (31). H K 
*Stone, Ormond, Professor of Practical Astronomy, University of Virginia, 
Charlottesville, Va. (24). 1876. A L 
Stone, Ral])h \\'alter, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (57). E 
Stone, Roland Elisha, 130 Dryden Road, Ithaca, N. Y. (58). G 
*Stookey, Lyman Brumbaugh, Ph. D., Professor of Physiology and Physi- 
ological Chemistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. 
Cal. (53)- 1906. K 
Storer, John H., 16 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
*Storey, Thomas Andrew, Ph. D., M. D., Associate Professor of Physical 
Instruction College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. (52). 
1906. K 
Storms, Albert Boynton, D.D., L.L.D., President, Iowa State College, 

Ames, Iowa. (54). I 
Storrs, Frederick W., Canton, N. Y. (60). C 
Storrs, Lucius Seymour, Springfield, Mass. (51). D E 
*Story, Wm. Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Clark University, 

Worcester, Mass. (29). 188 1. A 
*Stose, George Willis, V. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1909. E 
vStover, Clyde B., Gettysburg, Pa. (58). C 
*Stradling, George F., Ph. D., 5120 Newhall St., Philadelphia, Pa. (41). 

1900. B L 
Strain, Earle, M. D., Great Falls, Mont. (60). K 

Stramler, A. P., Assayer, Chitas Mining Co., Stephenville, Texas. (56). C 
Strange, William R., 1643 Octavia St., New (Orleans, La. (55). K 
Strasser, August Adrian, M. D., 115 Beech St., Arlington, N J. (60). K 
Stratton, George W., 230 West 9th Ave., Columbus, Ohio. (60). C 
Strauss, Frederick, i \\'illiam St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Strauss, Joseph, U. S. N., Commander, U. S. S. Montgomery, care Post- 
master, New York, N. Y. (54). D 
Strayer, George Drayton, Teachers College, Columbia University, New 

York, N.Y. (61). L 
Street, Prof. Jacob R., Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. (58). L 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Streeter, George L., M. D., Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). K 

vStreeter, Miss Stella G., 210 Sip Ave., JerFey City, N. J. (54). G 

Strickler, Gratz Brown, C. E., Havana, Cuba. (60). D 

Strobel, Charles Louis, C. E.,1230 North State St., Chicago, 111. . (60). D 

Stromsten, Frank Albert, Instructor in Animal Biology, State University 

of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (52). F 
Strong, Archibald McClure, C. E., Bishop. Cal. (60). D 
Strong, Edwin Atson, Department of Physics and Chemistry, State 

Normal School, Ypsilanti, Mich. (46). B L 
Strong, Frederick Finch, M. D., 250 3rd Ave., N., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

(47)- BCK 
Strong, Frederick G., E. E., Box 959, Hartford, Conn. (50). D 
Strong, James Boorman, C. E., Hillburn, N. Y. (60). D 
*Strong, Oliver S., College of Physicians and Surgeons, 437 West 59th S?., 

New York, N. Y. (52). 1903. K 
*Strong, Reuben Myron, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (51). 1906. F 
Strong, Richard P., Bureau of Science, Manila, P. I. (55). F 
Strong, Sylvester Emory, M. D., 88 Circular St., Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

(60). K 
*Strong, Wendell M., care Mutual Life Ins. Co., 32 Nassau St., New York, 

N. Y. (44). 1899. A B 
*Strong, William Walker, Ph. D., Assistant in Chemistry, Johns Hopkins 

University, Baltimore, Md. (54). 1909. BC 
Stuart, Francis Lee, C. E., Essex Fells, N. J. (60). D 
Stuart, Percy Ernest, M. D.. Nashua, Iowa. (5S). H I K L 
Stuart, William, 119 V St., N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). G 
*Stubbs, Joseph Edward, President, University of Nevada, Reno, Nev. 

(54). 1909. 
*Stubbs, William Carter, Ph. D., 1033 Carondelet St., New Orleans, La. 

(40). 1901. F 
Stump, Horace E., 5336 Cornell Ave., Chicago, 111. (61). C 
*Sturgis, Wm. Codman, Ph. D., P. O. Box 636, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

(40). 1892. G 
Sturtevant, Edward, Teacher of Science, St. George's School, Xewport, 

R.I. (57). 
Sugg, J. F. H., 307-8 Howes Block, Clinton, Iowa. (58). 
Sullivan, Alan, care The Gutta Percha and Rubber Manufacturing Co., 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (58). D 
Sullivan, John Magruder, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Millsaps College, 

Jackson, Miss. (56). C E 
Sullivan, M., M. D., Adrian, Minn. (60). K 

*Sullivan, Michael Xavier, Ph. D., Bureau of Soils, U. S. Dept. Agricul- 
ture, Washington, D. C. (55). 1907. C K L 
Sulzer, Gustav A., M. D., 237 East State St., Columbus, Ohio. (60). K 
Sumraa, Hugo, M. D., Professor of Medicine, St. Louis University, St. 

Louis, Mo. (53). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Summers, Henry Elijah, Professor of Zoology, Iowa vState College, 

Ames, Iowa. (50). 1906. F 
*Sumner, Francis Bertody, Ph. D., Director, U. S. Fisheries Laboratory, 

Woods Hole, Mass. (51). 1906. F 
Sumner, George S., Claremont, Cal. (60). I 
Sumstine, Prof. David Ross, Principal, Turtle Creek School, Wilkinsburg, 

Pa. (58). G 
Sundberg, JohnC, M. D., 31 1-3 12 Eitel Building, Seattle, Wash. (60). K 
Suppan, Leo, 2648 Russell Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (60). C 
*Surface, Frank Macy, Ph. D., Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, 

Orono, Me. (53). 1910. F 
*Surface, Harvey Adam, State Zoologist of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, 

Pa. (50). 1906. F 
Sutton, Frank, C. E., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (60). 

D E 
Sutton, John Edward, M. D., Albion, N. Y. (60). K 
*Sutton, William John, Geologist, Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Co., 

749 Discovery St., Victoria, B. C. (50). 1906. E 
Sutton, William Seneca, LL. D., Professor of Education, University of 

Texas, Austin, Tex. (58). L 
*Suzzallo, Henry, Ph. D., Professor of Education, Teachers College, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. H L 
*Swain, George Fillmore, LL. D., Professor of Civil Engineering, Graduate 

School of Applied Science, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

(52). 1906. D 
Swain, Henry L., M. D., 232 York St., New Haven, Conn. (60). K 
*Swain, Joseph, LL. D., President, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa. 

(54)- 1910. A 
Swain, Robert E., 638 Channing Ave., Palo Alto, Cal, (60). C 
Swaine, James Malcolm, Macdonald College, Quebec, Canada. (58). F K 
Swan, John N., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Monmouth College, Mon- 
mouth, 111. (58). C L 
*Swanton, John Reed, Ph. D., Bureau of American Ethnology, Smithson- 
ian Institution, Washington, D. C. (58). 1910. A 
Swartz, Mary Davies, Ph. D., Department of Nutrition, Teachers College, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (60). C 
*Swartzel, Karl Dale, Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University, 

Columbus, Ohio. (48). 1906. A D L 
Sweet, Henry N., E. M., 63 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. (58). D 
Swenson, Carl G., M. D., 704 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). I 
*Swensson, Emil, C. E., 55 n Hays St., Pittsburg, Pa. (51) 1906. D 
Swett, George W., 30 Eng. A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Boston, Mass. (60). D 
Swett, Otis Dow, 731 15th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Swift, Edgar James, Washington L^niversity, St. Louis, Mo. (60). H 
Swift, Fletcher Harper, Ph. D., Professor of Education, University of 

Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). H L 

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Swift, Leroy F., Science Master, The Albany Academy, Albany, N. Y. 
(6i). L 
*Swingle, Walter T., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 
(40). 1892. G 
Switzer, George H., E. E., Bath, N. Y. (60). D 
Sykes, Mabel, 1223 East 57th St., Chicago, 111. (60). A L 
Sylvester, Albert H., Forest Supervisor, U. S. F. S., Leavenworth, Wash. 

(57). E 
*Symons, Thomas Baddeley, State Entomologist, College Park, Md. (54). 
1906. F 
Syms, Parker, M. D., 540 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (61). K 
Taber, G. Major, Secretary, Geological Section, Southern California 

Academy of Sciences, Los Angeles, Cal. (51). E 
*Taff, Joseph Alexander, Palo Alto, Cal. (54). 1906. E 
Taft, Elihu Barber, Burlington, Vt. (36). H 
Taft, Lorado, 1038 Fine Arts Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
Taggart, Rush, 319 West 75th St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
*Tainter, Charles Sumner, 1542 Robinson Ave., San Diego, Cal. (29). 
1881. ABD 
Tainter, Frank Stone, C. E., Far Hills, N. J. (51). D 
Takahashi, Katashi, Tokyo, Japan. 
*Takamine, Jokichi, 550 West 173d St., New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. C 
*Talbot, Arthur Newell, C. E., Professor of Municipal and Sanitary En- 
gineering, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (51). 1906. D 
Talbot, D. H., Sioux City, Iowa. (58). 

Talbot, Eugene Solomon, D. D. S., 103 State St., Chicago, 111. (54). 
*Talbot, Henry Paul, Ph. D., Professor of Inorganic and Analytical Chem- 
istry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (44). 
1896. C L 
*Talbot Marion, Ph. D., LL. D., Professor of Sociology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (54). 19 10. C K 
*Talbot, Miss Mignon, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Mount Holyoke 
College, South Hadley, Mass. (51). 1906. E 
Talbot, Mrs. Laura Osborne, 1445 Fairmount St., N. W., Washington, 

B.C. (36). FGI 
Tallman, Paul Bertram, C. E., Houston Union Terminal, cor. Crawford 
and Texas Aves., Houston, Tex. (60). D 
*Talmage, James Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, University of 
Utah, SaU Lake City, Utah. (50). 1906. E 
Taltavall, Wm. Allan, M. D., 126 Cajou St., Redlands, Cal. (57). K 
*Tanner, John Henry, Professor of Mathematics, Cornell University, 
Ithaca, N. Y. (47). 1899. AB 
Tanquary, Maurice Cole, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (60). F 
*Tarr, Ralph Stockman, Professor of Physical Geography, Cornell Uni- 
/ versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (49). 1901. I 

Tasker, Arthur N., M. D., care Surgeon-General, U. S. A., Washington, 
D. C. (57). CFK 

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*Tatlock, John, 376 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 1902. A 
*Tatnall, Robert Richardson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, 

Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. (58). 1909. B 
Taussig, James, 928 Rialto Building, St. Louis, Mo. (50). I 
Taverner, William, Ashland, Ore. (56). ABC 
Tawney, Guy Allen, Ph. D., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(58). H 

Taylor, Miss Alexandrina, (57). 

Taylor, Arthur W., care Y. M. C. A., Salem, Mass. (61). B C 
Taylor, C. Marshall, Box 217, Texarkana, Tex. (60). C 
Taylor, Charles E., Drawer M., Penn Yan, N. Y. (54). C 
*Taylor, Edson Homer, Teacher of Mathematics, Eastern Illinois State 

Normal School, Charleston, 111. (53). 1906. A L 
Taylor, Edward B., Third Vice-President, Pennsylvania Lines, 901 Union 

Station, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). D 
*Taylor, Edward Randolph, Penn Yan, N. Y. (39). 1904. C 
*Taylor, Edward Wyllys, M. D., Instructor in Neuropathology, Harvard 

Medical School, Boston, Mass. (50). 1902. K 
Taylor, Estes Park, State Fruit Experiment Station, Mountain Grove, 

Mo. (57). F 
Taylor, Ewing, M. D., 19 Arden Place, Yonkers, N. Y. (58). I K L 
♦Taylor, Frank Bursley, 548 Home Ave., Fort Wayne, Ind. (39). 1897. 

A E 
Taylor, Frederic W., M. D., 1735 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

(60). K 
Taylor, Frederick W., M. E., Highland Ave., Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (60). D 
Taylor, Frederick W., Professor of Agriculture, New Hampshire College, 

Durham, N. H. (60). G 
Taylor, George W., Biological Station, Nanaimo, B. C., Canada. (60). F 
Taylor, Henry W., Chief Engineer, House of Representatives, 100 5th 

St. N. E., Washington, D. C. (52). D 
Taylor, Howard F., C. E-, 800 Brighton Ave., Kansas City, Mo. (58). D 
Taylor, J. Erskine, M. D., Rockland, Pa. (51). K 
Taylor, James, State Inspector of Mines, Peoria, 111. (56). D 
Taylor, James, Jr., M. D., 49 Pearl St., Worcester, Mass. (60). K 
Taylor, James Landon, M. D., care Dr. Wesley Taylor, 723 Empire 

Building, Atlanta, Ga. (51). IK 
*Taylor, James Morford, LL. D., Professor of Mathematics, Colgate 

University, Hamilton, N. Y. (33). 1901. AD 
Taylor, James Townsend, C. E., P. O. Box 799, Honolulu, Hawaii. (60). 

D 
Taylor, John B., General Electric Company, Schenectady, N. Y. (60). 

A B D 
Taylor, John J., M. D., Editor, Medical Council, 4105 Walnut St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (61). K 
Taylor, Joseph S., 2275 Loring Place, Bronx, New York, N. Y. (61). L 

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Taylor, Julius H., M. D., 1409 Plain St., Columbia, S. C. (60). K 
Taylor, Robert Stewart, 2905 Fairfield Ave., Fort Wayne, Ind. (39). 
Taylor, Samuel A., C. E., 804 Lewis Block, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). D 
Taylor, Samuel Newton, Ph. D., Professor of Electrical Engineering, 

University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). B D 

Taylor, W. T., (60). 

Taylor, Wm. Alton, T^. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(52). G 
Tays, Eugene Augustus Hoffman, E. M., San Bias, Sinaloa, Mexico. 

(50). DEH 
Teas, William H., General Sujjerintendent, U. S. Leather Company, 

Ridgway, Pa. (58). C 
Teel, Ambrose W., M. D., Kahoka, Mo. (60). K 
*Teeple, John Edgar, Ph. D., Consulting Chemist, 50 Church St., New 

York, N. Y. (57). 1909. C 
Teeters, Wilber John, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (50). 

C 
Temple, James Clarence, Georgia Experiment Station, Experiment, Ga. 

(61). K 
Templin, Olin, Professor of Philosophy, University of Kansas, Lawrence, 

Kans. (58). 
Tenney, Arthur J., M. D., Branford, Conn. (60). K 
Tepper, John Godlove Otto, Somerset Place, Norwood, South Australia. 

(58). EFG 
*Terry, Benjamin Taylor, M. D., Rockefeller Institute for Medical Re- 
search, Ave. A and 66th St., New York, N. Y. (54). 1907. F K 
Terry, Frank W., P. O. Box 411, Honolulu, Hawaii. (58). F 
Terry, Howard L-, Inspector, State High School, Madison, Wis. (61). 
*Terry, Robert James, 1806 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. (53). 1906. K 
Teschan, Rudolf C, M. D., 343 National Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. (58). K 
*Tesla, Nikola, E. E., 55 West 27th St., New York, N. Y. (43). 1895. B 
Test, Louis Agassiz, Ph. D., School of Mines, RoUa, Mo. (58). C F 
Thacher, Cornelius S., 354 Clifton Ave., Newark, N. J. (60). A 
♦Thacher, John Seymour, M. D., 20 West 50th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). 1908. K 
Thatcher, Roscoe Wilfred, 311 Montgomery St., Pullman, Wash. (58). C 
Thaw, Benjamin, 316 Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (50). A D 
Thaw, Stephen D., 1046 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). A 
Thaw, Mrs. William, Box 1086, Pittsburg, Pa. (41). H 
*Thaxter, Roland, Ph. D., Professor of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard 

University, Cambridge, Mass. (50). 1901. G 
Thayer, Warren N., Central School, Norwood, Ohio. (60). C 
♦Thayer, William Sydney, M. D., LL.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, 

Washington College, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (52). 

1903. K 
Theilman, Louis, Bonne Terre, Mo. (58). 

Thiessen, Alfred Henry, Mount Weather, Bluemont, Va. (51). B 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Theissen^ Dr. Reinhardt, U. S. National Museum, Washington; D. C. 

(60). E G 
Thelberg, Elizabeth B., M. D., Resident Physician and Professor of Phy- 
siology and Hygiene, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (50). 
H I KL 
*Thom, Charles, Ph. D., Agricultural Experiment Station, Storrs, Conn. 
(50). 1901. G 
Thomas, Arthur H., 1200 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 
*Thomas, Benjamin Franklin, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Ohio State 
University, Columbus, Ohio. (29). 1882. A B 
Thomas, Calvin, Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, 

Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (60). L 
Thomas, Eb W., M. D., 1833 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). K 
Thomas, Elmer L., 31 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. (60). C 
Thomas, Evan, Professor of Mathematics, L^niversity of Vermont, Bur- 
lington, Vt. (60). A 
Thomas, Henry M., M. D., 1228 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). K 
Thomas, J. Bosley, 920 North Carrollton Ave., Baltimore, Md. (60). C 
Thomas, J. Fred., E. M., 15 Logan Ave., Sharon, Pa. (60). D 
Thomas, J. Hanson, loio St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
♦Thomas, Mason B., Professor of Botany, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, 
Ind. (41). 1894. G 
Thomas, Paul K. M., 50 Morningside Ave. East, New York, N. Y. (57). 

H I L 
Thomas, Maj. Robert Gibbs, Professor of Mathematics and Engineering, 

South Carolina Military Academy, Charleston, S. C. (58). A D 

Thomas, William S., M. D., 240 West 7 ist St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 

♦Thompson, Alton Howard, D. D. S., 720 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kans. 

(33). 1902. H 
Thompson, Miss Anna Ford, P. O. Box 32, Summit, N. J. (49). G 
Thompson, Caroline Burling, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, Wellesley, 

College, Wellesley, Mass. (58). F 
Thompson, Frank E., 12th St., and East 8th Ave., Boulder, Colo. (61). L 
Thompson, Gustave W., 129 York St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). C D G I 
Thompson, Henry C, 3510 Carroll Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). L 
♦Thompson, Henry Dalles, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Princeton 
University, Princeton, N. J. (57). 1909. A 
Thompson, Hugh L., M. E., Waterbury, Conn. (51). D I 
Thompson, James, Bureau of Plant Industry, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (61). G 
Thompson, James David, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. (52). 

ABD I 
Thompson, James E., Mayville, Wis. (48). 
Thompson, James L., M. D., 1906 North Meridian St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

(39). FK 
Thompson, Mrs. James IMadison, 20 West Madison St., Baltimore, Md. 
(60). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Thompson, John, Editor, Farmers' Tribune, Sioux City, Iowa. (58). 
*Thompson, Joseph Osgood, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physics, Am- 
herst College, Amherst, Mass. (41). 1893. B 
Thompson, Ralph Leroy, M. D., Director, Department of Pathology and 

Bacteriology, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. (57). K 
Thompson, Robert Means, 43 Exchange Place, New York, N. Y. (49). 
♦Thompson, W. Oilman, M. D., 34 East 31st St., New York, N. Y. (50). 
1902. K 
Thompson, Rev. Walter, D. D., Garrison, N. Y. (49). 
Thompson, Walter N., M. D., Sullivan, Ind. (58). C K 
*Thomson, Elihu, Ph. D., 22 Monument Ave., Swampscott, Mass. (37). 

1888. BCD 
Thomson, Henry Nellis, care International Smelting and Refining Co., 

Tooele, Utah. (58). BCD 
Thomson, Robert Boyd, Botanical Department, University of Toronto, 

Toronto, Canada. (57). G 
Thorn, Joseph F., E. M., Elk City, Idaho. (60). D 
*Thornber, John James, Professor of Botany, University of Arizona, 

Tucson, Ariz. (50). 1905. G 
*Thornburg, Charles Lewis, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Astron- 
omy, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. (44). 1897. A B L 
*Thorndike, Edward Lee, Ph. D., Professor of Educational Psychology, 
Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (49). 1901. H L 
Thorndike, Townsend W., M. D., 20 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. (58). 

H K 
Thorne, Mrs. Phoebe Anna, 558 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Thorp, Frank H., Ph. D., 200 Mt. Vernon St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

^57). EC 
Thorvaldson, Thorbergur, Harvard L^niversity, Cambridge, Mass. (58). C 
*Thruston, Gates Phillips, Nashville, Tenn. (38). 1890. H 
*Thruston, R. C. Ballard, care Ballard & Ballard Co., Louisville, Ky. 
(36). 1896. E 
Thurber, Charles Herbert, Ph. D., 29 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (52). I 
Thurber, Samuel Wood, M. D., 104 East 39th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Thurston, Azor, Grand Rapids, Ohio. (58). C 
Thwaits, Fred C, 405 Iron Block, Milwaukee, Wis. (60). L 
*Thwing, Charles Burton, Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(54). 1906. B 
*Tibbals, Charles Austin, Jr., Instructor in Chemistry, LTniversity of Wis- 
consin, Madison, Wis. (54). 1909. C 
Tibbals, George Attwater, 148 Milton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (51). 
Tibbetts, James I., M. D., Wayzata, Minn. (60). K 
Tibbetts, Sydney A., 1613 Josephine St., Berkeley, Cal. (60). C 
Tibbits, Henry S., 24th St. and Marshall Boulevard, Chicago, 111. (61). 
Tickell, Alfred H., M. D., Nevada City, Cal. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Tierney, Dillon P., Forest Experiment Station, Cloquet, Minn. (6i). G 
Tiffany, Harold Edward, Newark, Del. (58). B C K 
Tiffany, Louis C, 401 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (50). 
Tilden, Charles Joseph, C. E., 1619 Israel Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. (60). D 
Tilderquist, William M., P. O. Box 613, Hibbing, Minn. (60). 
*Tilghman, B. C, 2210 St. James Place, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 1906. 
*Tillman, Col. Samuel E., U. S. A., Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and 
Geology, West Point, N. Y. (54). 1906. BCE 
Tilney, Frederick, M. D., 161 Henry St., Brooklyu, N.Y. (60). K 
*Tilton, Prof. John Littlefield, Library, Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa. 
(50). 1906. E 
Timolat, J. G., 24 Tomjikins Ave., New Brighton, S. I., N. Y. (57). 
*Tingle, John Bishop, Ph. D., McMaster LTniversity, Toronto, Canada. 
(50). 1904. C 
Tinker, Martin Buell, M. D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, Cornell 

University Medical School, Ithaca, N. Y. (61). K 
*Titchener, Edward Bradford, Ph. D., LL. D., Sage Professor of Psychol- 
ogy, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (51). 1902. H 
Titsworth, Alfred A., Professor of Civil Engineering and Graphics, Rutgers 
College, New Brunswick, N. J. (58). A B D 
*Tittmann, Otto H., Superintendent, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 
Washington, D. C. (24). 1888. A 
Titus, E., Jr., ID East 70th St., iNew York, N. Y. (50). 
*Titus, Edward G., Professor of Entomology, Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Logan, LTtah. (50). 1906. F 
Tivnan, Edward P., S. J., Fordham University, New York, N. Y. (58). C 
*Toch, Maximilian, 261 West 71st St., New York, N. Y. (57). 1909. C 

Todd, Albert May, Kalamazoo, Mich. (37). C 
*Todd. David, Ph. D., Professor of Astronomy and Navigation, and 
Director of Observatory, Amherst College, Amherst, Mass. (27). 
1881. ABDK 
♦Todd, Prof. James Edward, 1224 Rhode Island St., Lawrence, Kans. 

(22). 1886. E 
Todd, J. H., M. D., Christmas Knoll, Wooster, Ohio. (48). H K 
Todd, William J.. M. D., IMt. Washington, Baltimore, Md. (51). K L 
Toensfeldt, Hans C, C. E., 4670 Gibbons St., St. Louis, Mo. (60). D 
Tolman, Lucius M., 1408 Emerson St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (58). C 
Tomkins, Calvin, C. E., 17 Battery Place, New York, N. Y. (60). 
Tomlinson, L. C, E. E., care Automatic Electric Co., Chicago, 111. 

(60). D 
Tompkins, Perry T., 2526 Durant Ave., Berkeley, Cal. (58). A B C D L 
Tonnele, Theodore, Metallurgical Engineer, 282 West 70th St., New York, 

N. Y. (50). E 
Torney, George H., Jr., M. D., Utica State Hospital, Utica, N. Y. (60). 
K 
*Torrey, Harry Beal, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Zoology, University 
of Cahfornia, Berkeley, Cal. (52). 1905. FK 

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MEMBERS AND J-'ELLOWS. 

Totman, David M., M. D., 303 Montgomery St., Syracuse, N. Y. (50). K 
Tottingham, Wm. Edward, Agricultural Experiment Station, Madison, 

Wis. (58). C 
Toumey, James William, 459 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. (58). F 
Toussaint, Camille A., 3688 Boulevard, Jersey City, N. J. (58). A 
*Tower, Olin Freeman, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Adelbert College, 

Cleveland, Ohio. (50). 1904. C 
*Tower, Ralph Winfred, Ph. D., Curator of Physiology, American Museum 

of Natural History, New York, N. Y. (,52). 1905. K 
*Tower, W^illiam Lawrence, Assistant Professor of Embryology, University 

of Chicago, Chicago. 111. (55). F 
Tower, Willis E., 344 North Normal Parkway, Chicago, 111. (60). A 
Towl, Forrest M., C. E., 794 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). D 
*Towle, Prof. William Mason, Clarkson School of Technology, Potsdam, 

N. Y. (44). 1902. D 
*Townley, Sidney Dean, Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics. 
Stanford University, Cal. (53). 1906. A 
Townsend, Miss Anna B., 118 Lambert St., Philadelphia, Pa. (52). F G 
Townsend, C. H. T., Piura, Piura, Peru, S. A. (60). F 
Townsend, Charles Hoskins, Director, New York Aquarium, Battery 
Park, N. Y. (58). F 
*Townsend, Charles Orrin, Ph. D., Garden City, Kansas. (46). 1902. G 
*Townsend, Edgar Jerome, Ph. D., 510 John St., Champaign, 111. (54). 

1906. A L 
*Tozzer, Alfred Marston, Ph. D., Peabody ^luseum, Cambridge, Mass. 

(58). 1908. H 
Tracey, Joshua Irving, Teacher of Physics, Pennington Seminary, Upperco 
Md. (57). AB 
♦Tracy, Samuel M., Biloxi, Miss. (27). 1881. G 
*Transeau, Edgar Nelson, Ph. D., Professor of Botany, State Normal 

School, Charleston, 111. (53). 1900. G 
*Traphagen, Frank Weiss, Ph. D., 1235 Humboldt St., Denver, Colo. 
(35). 1889. C E F 
Traver, Wilber H., M E-, care E. M. Mackie, C. P. T. Co., Franklin, 
Pa. (60). D 
*Treadwell, Aaron L., Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Vassar College, Pough 
keepsie, N. Y. (57). 1909. F 
Treat, Erastus B., 942 St. Nicholas Ave., .New York, N. Y. (29). F I 
*Trelease, Wm., LL.D., Director. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. 

Mo. (39). 1 89 1. G 
Tremoulet, J. Sydney, Local Manager, Grasselli Chemical Co., P. O. Box 

1 108, New Orleans, La. (55). C 
Trettien, A. W., University of South Dakota, Vermilion, S. D. (61). 
Trew, Niel C, M. D., 146 East Ave. 56, Los Angeles, Cal. (60). K 
Trippett, J. Fenton, M. D., Amos, W. Va. (60). K 
Trocon, Albert A., C. E., care Midland Bridge Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
(60^. D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Troop, James, Purdue University, La Fayette, Ind. (60). F 

Trotter, Spencer, M. D., Swarthmore College, Swaithmore, Pa. (55). 

E F H 
Trowbridge, Arthur C, 561S Drexel Ave., Chicago, III. (58). E 
*Trowbridge, Augustus, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Princeton University, 

Princeton, N. J. (47). 1900. B 
*Trowbridge, Charles Christopher, Tutor in Physics, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. B 
Trowbridge, Mrs. Luther H., 304 West 99th St., New York, N. Y. (21). 

G I 
True, Alfred Charles, Ph. D., Director, Office of Experiment Stations, U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (52). L 
*True, FrederickWilliam, LL.D., U. vS. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(28). 1882. F 
*True, Rodney Howard, Ph. D., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (46). 1899. G 
Truesdell, George, Onondaga, Eckington, D. C. (49). I 
Truman, James, D.D.S., Department of Dentistry, University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 
Trush, Jacob, M. D., P. O. Box 284, Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Tubbs, Frank Dean, S.T.D., Professor of Astronomy and Geology, Bates 

College, Lewiston, Me. (60). A E 
Tucker, Miss Arabella H., Professor of Botany, State Normal School, 

Worcester, Mass. (5-|). 6 
Tucker, Charles Edward, M. D., Box 45, Joppa, 111. (58). H 
Tucker, George M., Ph. D., Mgr., Tucker Plant Breeding Farm, Blod- 

gett. Mo. (53). C G 
Tucker, Herman F., C. E., Culebra, Canal Zone, Panama. (60). D 
Tucker, Colonel N. Beverley, Professor of Geology and Associate Professor 
of Chemistry, Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. (55). C E 
*Tucker, Richard Hawley, C. E., Director, San Luis Observatory, San 
Luis, Argentine Republic, South America. (50). 1902. A D 
Tucker, William Albert, University Park, Denver, Colo. (51). G H 
Tucker, William Conquest, C. E., 156 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 
(51). D 
*Tucker, Willis Gaylord, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Albany 

Medical College, Albany, N. Y. (29). 1888. CK 
♦TucKERMAN, Alfred, Ph. D., University Club, New York, N. Y. (39). 

1891. C 
*Tuckerman, Frederick, Ph. D., Amherst, Mass. (58). 1909. F 
*Tuckerman, Louis Bryant, Jr., Adjunct Professor of Physics, University 

of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. (50). 1906. B 
*Tufts, James H., Ph. D,, LL.D., Professor of Philosophy, University of 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 1910. L 
Tunstall, Whitmell Pugh, i8i La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (52). D 
Tuohy, John, corner G and Tulare Sts., Tulare, Cal. (50). D I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Turck, Fenton B., M. D., 1820 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. (51). K 
Turman, A. Emmett, M. D., 17 West Grace St.', Richmond, Va. (60). K 
TurnbuU, Thomas, Jr., M. D., Assistant Professor of Practice of Medicine, 

Allegheny University, Allegheny, Pa. (50). F K 
*Turneaure, Frederick Eugene, C. E., Professor of Engineering, Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (51). 1906. D 
*Turner, Arthur Bertram, Ph. D., College of the City of New York, New 

York, N. Y. (52). 1906. A 
Turner, Eben T., Box 312, Ithaca, N. Y. (60). B 
Turner, William Franklin, Auburn, Ala. (60). F 
*Turrentine, John W., Ph. D., Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. 

(53). 1909. C 

Tuteur, Edwin B., M. D., 103 State St., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Tuthill, J. B. T., East William St., San Jose, Cal. (58). C 
*Tuttle, Albert Henry, Professor of Biology, University of Virginia, 

Charlottesville, Va. (17). 1874. F 
Tuttle, David Kitchell, Ph. D., U. S. Mint, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). B C 
Tuttle, Franklin E., Ph. D., 125 East Maxwell St., Lexington, Ky. (58). 

C 
Tuttle, Horace Burt, E. E., 727 Cuyahoga Building, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(60). D 
Tweedy, Miss Alice B., 417 West 120th St., New York, X. Y. (49). 
Twenhofel, W. H., 122 Derby Ave., New Haven, Conn. (61). E 
*Twitchell, Ernst, Wyoming, Ohio. (39). 1891. C 
Twitmyer, Edwin B., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, College 
Hall, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). H L 
*Tyler, Ansel Augustus, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Bellevue College, 

Bellevue, Nebr. (50). 1906. F G K 
Tyler, DeWitt C, M. D., Clifton, Kans. (60). K 
Tyler, Frederick Jared, Perry, Ohio. (54). G 
*Tyler, Harry Walter, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Massachusetts 

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (47). 1906. A L 
Tyler, Hoell, M. D., 112 Cajou St., Redland.s, Cal. (60). K 
Tyrode, Maurice Vejux, M. D., 416 Marlboro St., Boston, Mass. (58). K 
*Tyrrell, Joseph Burr, E. M., 588 Huron St., Totonto, Canada. (50). 

1903. D E 
*Udden, Johan August, Ph. D., 1000 38th St., Rock Island, III. (54). 

1906. E 
*Uhler, Philip Reese, IX. D., 254 West Hoffman St., Baltimore, Md. (19). 

1874. E F 
Uhlig, Edward C, care Citizens Gas Works, 5th and Hovt Sts., Brooklyn, 

N. Y. (58). C 
Uihlein, August, 332 Galena St., Milwaukee, Wis. (51). 
*Ullmann, H. M., Assistant Professor of Analytical and Industrial Chem 
istry, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. (54). 1909. C 
Ulman, Joseph F., M. D., 2629 North 29th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60 
K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Liimann, Charles J., M. E., 113 Grand St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
Ulrey, Albert B., Professor of Biology, University of Southern California, 

Los Angeles, Cal. (54). F 
*Uh-ich, Edward Oscar, 2421 First St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (58). 

1910. E 
Ulr ch, John Linck, 398 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). F 
Underbill, Anthony Lispenard, 615 6th St., Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 
Underbill, Mary, 132^ East 19th St., New York, N. Y. (60). A 
Underwood, Arthur J., E. M., San Jose de Gracia, Sinaloa, Mexico. 

(60). D 
♦Underwood, William Lyman, Lecturer on Biology, Massachusetts Insti- 
tute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (51). 1906. F K 
Unger, Jacob W., M. D., West Point, Miss. (60). K 
Updegraff, Harlan, Bureau of Education, Washington, D. C. (61). L 
*UpdegrafT, Milton, Professor of Mathematics, U. S. N., 17 19 35th St., 

Washington, D. C. (40). 1895. A 
*Upham, Warren, Secretary, Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minn. 

(25). 1880. E 
*Upton, Winslow, Professor of Astronomy, Ladd Observatory, Providence, 

R. L (29). 1883. AL 
Urban, F. M., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (58). A H 
Usher, Susannah, Assistant Professor of Household Science, University 

of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). C 
*Vail, Miss Anna Murray, 29 Washington Square, New York, N. Y. (50). 

1906. G 
Vaile, Joel F., 420 Equitable Building, Denver, Colo. (50). I 
Valentine, Ferdinand Charles, M. D., 171 West 71st St., Manhattan, 

New York, N. Y. (57)- IK 
Valentine, Morris Crawford, Instructor in Biology, Wadleigh High School, 

NewYork, N. Y. (52). FGL 
Valladares, Antenor, M. E., Apartado 987, Lima, Peru, S. A. (58). CD 
Valle, Felipe, Director, Observatoria Astronomico Nacional, Tacubaya, 

D. F., Mexico. (54). A B 
*Van Amringe, John Howard, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. A 
Van Antwerp, Rev. Francis J., 1280 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

(46). 
Van Arsdale, Miss May Belle, Instructor in Physical Science, Teachers 

College, NewYork, N. Y. (56). BC 
Van Arsdale, Wm. H., E. M., Hotel Windermere, Chicago, 111. (58). D 
Van Beuren, Frederick T., M. D., 51 West 52d St., New York, N. Y. 

(36). 
Van Cortlandt, R. B., 30 Pine St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Van Cott, Harrison H., 25 North Wendell Ave., Schenectady, N. Y. 

(61). L 
Van den Burg, Wm H., M. D., 30 West 48th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 

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Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 30 Pine St., New York, N. Y. (51). D 

Van der Laan, John, M. D., 200 South Terrace St., Muskegon, Mich. 

(51). K 
Vanderpoel, Frank, Ph. D., 175 Park Ave., Orange, N. J. (50). B C F K 
Vander Veer, Albert, M. D., 28 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y. (60). K 
Vander Veer, Edgar A., M. D., 28 Eagle St., Albany, N. Y. (60). K 
*Van Dine, Delos Lewis, Audubon Park, New Orleans, La. (51). 1906. F 

Van Duyn, John, M. D., 318 James St., Syracuse, N. Y. (50). F K 
*Van Dyck, Francis Cuyler, Ph. D., Rutgers College, New Brunswick, 

N.J. (28). 1882. BCD 
Van Dyck, William Van Bergen, E. E., care \\'. R. Grace & Co., Val- 
paraiso, Chile, S. A. (50). B D 
Van Epps, Clarence, U. D., Iowa City, Iowa. (58). C K 
Van Gasken, Frances C, M. D., 115 South 22d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). K 
*Van Hise, Charles Richard, Ph. D., LL. D., University of Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. (37). 1890. EL 
*Van Hook, James M., Bloomington, Ind. (56). 1908. G 

Van Hook, Weller, M. D., 15 15 East 66th Place, Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Van Horn, Frank Robertson, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, 
Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (57). 1909. E 
Van Ingen, Philip, M. D., 125 East 71st St., New York, N. Y. (57). H K 
Van Isschot, Pierre E. Charles, E. M., Casilla 240, Guayaquil, Ecuador, 

S. A. (60). D 
*Van Name, Willard Gibbs, 121 High St., New Haven, Conn. (54). 
1 906. F 
Vannier, Charles H., 76 Harvard Place, BufTalo, N. Y. (58). C D 
*Van Ornum, John Lane, Professor of Civil Engineering, Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis, Mo. (50). 190-). A D L 
Van Orstrand, Charles Edwin, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 
(58). ABE 
*Van Slyke, Lucius Lincoln, Ph. D., Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Geneva, N. Y. (41). 1901. C 
Van Trump, Isaac, 2337 South Paulina St., Chicago, 111. (58). BCD 
*Van Vleck, Edward Burr, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, University 

of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (57). 1909. A 
*Van Vleck, John Monroe, LL. D , Wesleyan University, Middletown, 
Conn. (23). 1875. A B 
Van Winkle, Edgar Beach, C. E., 115 East 70th St., New York, N. Y. 

(49)- C 
Van Zwalenburg, Cornelius, M. D., Riverside, Cal. (60). K 
Varney, Burton Merrill, 40 Arlington St., Cambridge, Mass. (58). E 
Varney, William Wesley, M. E., 710 North Carey St., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). D 
Vaughan, Harold S.,M. D., 616 Madison Ave., New York, N.Y. (58). K 
*Vaughan, T. Wayland, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (52). 
1906. E F G H I 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Vaughan, Victor C, Professor of Hygiene, University of Michigan, Ann 

Arbor, Mich. (58). 1910. K 
*Vaux, George, Jr., 404 Girard Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (33). 1906. 

AE 
Vavra, Joseph, Holly, Colo. (58). C 
Vawter, C. E., Jr., Department of Physics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 

Blacksburg, Va. (57). B 
*Veatch, Arthur Clifford, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(52). 1907. E 
Veazie, Henry Augustus, M. D., 1305 St. Mary St., New Orleans, La. 

(55). K 
*Veblen, Oswald, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Princeton, N. J. (58). 

1909. A C 
Vedder, Captain Edward B., Medical Corps, U. S. A., care Chief Surgeon, 

U. S. A., Manila, P. I. (57)- K 
Veeder, Curtis Hussey, M. E., 17 Marshall St., Hartford, Conn. (50). 

BD 
Veeder, M. A., Lock Box 1108, Lyons, X. Y. (60). A 
♦Venable, Francis Preston, Ph. D., LL. D., President, University of North 

CaroHna, Chapel Hill, N. C. (39). 1891. C 
Venable, Wm. Mayo, C. E., 216 Woodbine St., Louisville, Ky. (50). D 
Verhoeff, Frederick Herman, M.D., 233 Charles St., Boston, Mass. (56). K 
Verner, S. P., Columbia, S. C. (58). H 

Ver Planck, William G., 149 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Verrill, Addison Emery, Professor of Zoology, Yale LTniversity, New 

Haven, Conn. (47). 1898. F 
Very, Frank W., Westwood Astrophysical Observatory, A\'estwood 

Mass. (60). A 
Vickery, Roy Albion, Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, Washington, D. C. (58). F 
Viereck, Henry Lorenz, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(58). C E F G H I K L 
Victor, Agnes C, M. D., Trinity Court, Boston, Mass. (57). K 
Viles, James, Lake Forest, 111. (58), 

Villard, Mrs. Henry, 145 \\'est 58th St., New York, N. Y. (36). 
Vilarello, Juan D., 5a Cipres No. 2728, Mexico, D. F,, Mexico. (57). E 
Vinal, Washington Irving, 1106 East Capitol St., \\'ashington, D. C. 

(40). E 
*Vincent, George Edgar, Ph. D., Professor of Sociology, University of 

Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 19 10. L 
*Vincent, Swale, Professor of Physiology, University of Manitoba, Winni- 
peg, Canada. (57). 1908. K 
Vinson, Albert Earl, Agricultural Experiment Station, Tuc^on, Ariz. 

(58). C 
Viol, Charles Herman, Kent Chemical Laboratory, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (58). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Visscher, L. G., M. D., 520 Homer Laughlin Building, Los Angeles, Cal. 

(58). K 
Voegtlin, Carl, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Md. (60). 

F K 
*Vogdes, Brigadier-General Anthony Wayne, U. S. A., Retired, 2425 

First St., San Diego, Cal. (32). 1885. E F 
*Vogt, Clarence Charles, University of Pit sburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (58). 

1910. C 
Vogt, Frederick A., Principal, Central High School, Buffalo, N. Y. (53). 
Voje, John Henry, M. D., Proprietor, Waldheim Park, Oconomowoc, Wis. 

(51). K 
von Berge, Henry de R., Perry and Mississippi Sts., Buffalo, N.Y. (57). 

C 
von Ende, Carl L., Professor of Chemistry, University of Idaho, Moscow, 

Idaho. (58). C L 
von Hermann, C. F., 83 West 5th St., Atlanta, Ga. (51). B 
von Hoffman, Charles, M. D., 2660 California St., San Francisco, Cal. 

(51). HK 
von Ihering, Dr. Herman, Director, Museu Paulista, Caixa g, Sao Paulo, 

Brazil. (51). FH 
*von Isakovics, Alois, care Synfleur Scientific Laboratories, Monticello, 

N.Y. (55). 1909. C 
von Keller, Frederick P. P., M. D., 721 C St. N. W., Ardmore, Okla. 

(60). K 
von Mansfelde, Alexander S., M. D., "Quality Hill," Ashland, Nebr. 

(50). G K L 
von Schmid, J. O., 30 West loth St., Xevv York, N. Y. (57). 
*von Schrenk, Hermann, Ph. D., Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, 

Mo (49). 190 1. G 
Voorhees, Edward B., New Brunswick, N. J. (58). C L 
Voorhees, Louis Augustus, 11 1 Carroll Place, New Brunswick, N.J. 

(57). CK 
Voorhees, S. S., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. (57)- D 
Voorhees, Sheldon, M. D., Auburn, N. Y. (60). K 
Vorhies, Charles Taylor, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, L^niversity of Utah, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. (60). F 
Voris, Floyd Thomas, 41 17 North Verde St., Tacoma, Wash. (50). B C 
Vosburgh, Charles H., 78 Bergen Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. (60). C 
Vosburgh, William L., 99 Monroe Ave., Brockport, N. Y. (60). A 
Votey, J. William, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Vermont, 

Burlington, Vt. (.50). D 
*Vreeland, Frederick K., 8 Hillside Ave., Montclair, N. J. (50). 1908. 

BD G 
Wackenhuth, Frederick Christopher, Jr., 57 Freeman St., Newark, N. J. 

(53). C 
*Waddell, John, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, School of Mining, 

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. (57). 1909. C 

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MEMBERS AND KEUUOWS. 

Waddell, John Alexander Low, LL. D., Great Leslie Building, Kansas 

City, Mo. (58). D L 
Waddell, Miss M. E. G., vSt. Margaret's College, Toronto, Canada. (60). A 
Waddell, Montgomery, C. E., E. E., i West loist St., New York, N. Y. 

(51). D 
Waddington, Joseph E. G., M.D., LL.D., 1080 West Warren Ave., Detroit, 

Mich. (58). K 
Wade, Frank C, M. D., Lima, Ind. (58). K 

Wade, Frank S., 127 East Wilson Ave., Hollywood, Cal. (60). C 
Wade, John W., iM. D., 318 North Second St., Millville, X. J. (51). I 
Wadleigh, Walter Hiram, Professor of Physics, Park College, Parkville, 

Mo. (61). B 
Wadman, Walter Ernest, 102 Lord Ave., Bayonne, N. J. (50). B C 
*Wadsworth, Frank Lawton Olcott, Director, Allegheny Observatory, 
Western University of Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Pa. (52). i<)04. 
A B 
Wadsworth, Herbert, 1801 Massachusetts Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(52). DE 
*Wadsworth, M. Edw., Ph. D., Dean of School of Mines and Metallurgy, 
and Professor of IMining and Geology, Pennsylvania State College, 
State College, Pa., also Dean of School of Mines and Professor of Mining 
Geology, University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pa. (23). 1874. ^ L 
*Wadsworth, Oliver Fairfield, M. D., 526 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (52). 

1906. K 
Wadsworth, Richard G., M. D., 323 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). K 
Wadsworth, William Austin, Geneseo, N. Y. (50). G 
Wadsworth, William S., M. D., The Normandie, 36th and Chestnut Sts., 

Philadelphia, Pa. (54). K 
Waggoner, Chauncey W., Professor of Physics, University of West Vir- 
ginia, Morgantown, W. Va. (61). B 
Wagner, Edward A., E. E., 835 West Creighton Ave., Fort Wayne, Ind. 
(60). D 
♦Wagner, Frank Caspar, Professor of Steam Engineering, Rose Poly- 
technic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. (34). 1897. D 
*Wagner, George, Assistant Professor of Zoology, University of Wisconsin, 

Madison, Wis. (46). 1909. F L 
*Wagner, Samuel, President, \\'agner Free Institute of Science, Greenbank 

Farm, West Chester, Pa. (51). 1906. 
Wagner, Samuel Tobias, C. E., School House Lane, Germantown, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. (60). D 
Wahrer, Charles Frederick, M. D., 1007 .5th St., Fort Madison, Iowa. 

(53)- GK 
♦Waidner, Charles W., Bureau of Standards, Department of Commerce 
and Labor, Washington, D. C. (52). 1906.. B 
Wainwright, Jacob T., C. E., P. O. Box 774, Chicago, 111. (51). B I 
*Wait, Charles Edmund, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, University of 
Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. (51). 1906. C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Wait, John Cassan, C. E., 38 Park Row, New York, N. Y. (58). D 
Waite, Edward B., Head of Instruction Department. American School 

of Correspondence, Chicago, 111. (58). D L 
♦Waite, Frederick Clayton, Ph. D., P'-ofessor of Histology and Embryology, 

Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. (50). 1906. F K 
♦Waite, M. B., U. S. Department of Agiiculture, Washington, D. C. (37). 

1893. G 
Waite, Willis W., M. D., City Bacteriological Laboratory, 3 Clinton 

Block, Syracuse, N. Y. (60). K 
Wakefield, Homer, M. D., 547 West 123rd St., New York, N. Y. (54). 

K 
*Wakeman, Alfred J., Ph. D., Greenwich, Conn. (55). 1908. C 
Walbridge, Miss Mabel Harriet, Randolph-Macon Woman's College, 

College Park, Va. (58). B 
*Walcott, Charles Doolittle, LL. D., Secretary, Smithsonian Institution, 

Washington, D. C. (25). 1882. E F 
Walcott, Frederic C, Englewood, N. J. (60). I 
Walcott, Gr gory Dexter, Ph. D., 1549 West Minnehaha St., St. Paul, 

Minn. (61). L 
Waid, Olander E., M. D., 5225 North Clark St., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Waldenberger, Charles A., Ph. D., 322 Warren St., Jersey City, N. J. 

(61). C 
Waldbott, Sigmund, care Ohio Mechanic's Institute, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(60). C 
*Waldo, Clarence A., Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis, Mo. (37). 1889. A 
Waldo, Edward H., E. E., 604 West Main St., Urbana, 111. (60). D 
Waldo, Hon. Geo. E., M. C, 290 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Waldron, Lawrence Robert, Superintendent, Dickinson Sub-Experiment 

Station, Dickin on, N. D. (61). G 
Wales, Charles Marshall, M. E., 468 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

(51)- D 
*Walker, Buz M., Professor of Mathematics, Mississippi A. and M. College, 

Agricultural College, Miss. (57). 1908. A 
Walker, Byron Edmund, LL. D., 99 St. George St., Toronto, Canada. 

(38). E 
Walker, E. R., M. D., Copperhill, Tenn. (60). K 
Walker, Emma Ehzabeth, M. D., 165 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. 

(57). KL 
Walker, Ernest, Professor of Horticulture, University of Arkansas, 

Fayetteville, Ark. (52). 
Walker, Miles J., M. D., Yorkville, S. C. (60). K 
♦Walker, Percy H., Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 

Washington, D. C. (55). 1908. C 
Walker, R. M., 713 Prudential Building, Atlanta, Ga. (52). D 
Walker, Thomas Barlow, President, Board of Directors, Minneapolis City 

Library, 807 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. (51). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Walker, \\'m. Hultz, Ph. D., Professor of Industrial Chemistry, Massachu- 
setts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (53). 1907. C 

Wallace, Errett, Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, 
Ithaca, N. Y. (60). G 
♦Wallace, George B., M. D., Professor of Pharmacology, B Uevue Medical 
CoUege, New York, N. Y. (58). 1910. K 

Waller, Coleman Bailey, Ph. D., Department of Chemistry and Biology, 
Wofford College, Spartansburg, S. C. (51). A B C F 
*WalLER, Elwyn, Ph. D., 7 Franklin Place, Morri«;town, X. J. (23). 
1874. 

Wallerstein, Max, Ph. D., 105 East 91st St., New York, N. Y. (53). C 

Wallin, J. E. Wallace, Ph. D., Professor of Psychology and Pedagogy, 
Normal Training School, Cleveland, Ohio. (57). H L 

Wallis, William F., U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survev, Washington, D. C. 
(56). B 

Walmsley, Walter Newbold, E. E., Sao Paulo, Brazil, S. A. (60). D 

Walsh, James Joseph, M. D., LL. D., Dean, Fordham Medical School, 
New York, N. Y. (51). H KL 

Walsh, Joseph, M. D., (58). K 

Walsh, AViUiam E., M. D., Morris, 111. (58). K 

Walter, Miss Emma, care Wm. P. Walter's Sons, 1233 Market St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (50). E 
*Walter, Herbert Eugene, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Biology, Brown 
University, Providence, R.I. (57). 1909. F 

Walters, Frank, South Sandisfield, Mass. (56). F G H 
*Walton, Lee Barker, Ph. D., Professor of Biologv, Kenyon College, 
Gambier, Ohio. (53). 1908. F 

Walton, Lyman A., 5737 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
*Wanner, Atreus, Superintendent of Public Schools, 152 East Philadelphia 
St., York, Pa. (36). 1890. E H 

Warbasse, James, 23 West Fulton St., Gloversville, N. Y. (54). I 

Warbasse, James P., M. D., 386 Washington Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(60). k 

Warburton, Frederick J., 130 New York Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (57). 

Ward, Chas., Charleston, W. Va. (57). 

Ward, Charles Howell, 3S7 \\'est Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (58). H 

Ward, Chas. Willis, Queens, Long Island, N. Y. (57). 

Ward, Delancey Walton, Ph. D., 163 Madison Ave., Flushing, Long 

Island, N. Y. (51). C 
Ward, Frank A., 16-26 College Ave., Rochester, N. Y. (40). 
♦Ward, Hemry Baldwin, Ph. D., University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (48). 

1899. F K 
*Ward, Henry L., Director, Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee, Wis. 
(51). 1906. E F H 
Ward, J. Langdon, 120 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (29). I 
*Ward, Lester F.,LL. D., Professor of Sociology, Brown University, Prov- 
idence, R. I. (26). 1879. E G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Ward, Louis Clinton, P. O. Box ii, Huntington, Ind. (51). E 
nV'ard, R. Halstead, M. D., 53 Fourth St., Troy, N. Y. (17). 1874. F G K 
*Ward, Robert De Courcy, Professor of Climatology, Harvard Univer- 
sity, Cambridge, Mass. (58). 1910. E 
Ward, Willard Parker, E. M., Ph. D., 164 West 58th St., New York, 

N. Y. (50). D E 
Warden, Carl C, M. D.. 821 Security Building, Los Angeles, Cal. (58). 

HK 
Warder, Charles Barclay, M. D., 17 15 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(51). K 
Wardle, Harriet Newell, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(47). EH 
Wardw^ll, Mary M., 505 Ashland Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (60). A 
Ware, Martin W., M. D., 1 198 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Ware, Miss Mary Lee, 41 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. (47). 
*Ware, Wm. R., Adams St., Milton, Mass. (36J. 1901. D 
Wariield, Frederic P., 2 Rector St.. New York, N. Y. (60). 
Waring, Tracy D., E. E., Standard Underground Cable Co., Perth Amboy, 

N.J. (60). D 
Waring, William George, Webb City, Mo. (58J. B C E 
Warner, George Biddulph, E. E., care Westinghouse Electric Co., 4 nie 

Auber, Paris, France. (60). D 
*WarnER, James D., 463 East 26th St., Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. (18). 

1874. A B 
*Warner, Worcester R., 1722 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. (33). 1888. 

ABD 
*Warren, Charles H., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mineralogy, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (52). 1906. CE 
Warren, Edward R., 20 West Caramillo St., Colorado Springs, Colo. (57). 

F 
Warren, Geo. Frederick, Ph. D., Professor of Farm Crops, Cornell Uni- 
versity, Ithaca, N. Y. (52). 
Warren, Homer S., M. D., 103 State St.. Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Warren, Howard Crosby, Professor of Psychology, Princeton University, 

Princeton, N. J. (46). 1901. H 
*Warren, Joseph Weatherhead, M. D., Professor of Physiology, Bryn 

Mawr College, Biyn Mawr, Pa. (31). 1886. K 
Warren, Mortimer, M. D., 39 East 27th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Warren, \A'illiam Homer, Ph. D., 180C Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. (58). 

CK 
Warren, William R., 68 William St., New York, N. Y. (49). 
Warrington, James N., 617 South Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. (34). 

D 
Warth, Albin H., Box 12, Stapleton, N. Y. (58). C 
Washburn, Hon. Charles Grenfill, 314 Main St., Worcester, Mass. (54). 
Washburn, Edward W., Chemical Laboratory, University of Illinois, 

Urbana, 111. (60). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Washburn, Frank Sherman, C. E., Stahlman Building, Nashville, Tena 

(60). D 
*Washburn, Frederick Leonard, State Entomologist, 11 12 6th St. S. E., 

Minneapolis, Minn. (51). 1906. F 
*Washburne, Alva Courtenay, Actuary, Hartford Life Insurance Co., 
Hartford, Conn. (54). 1907. A 

Washington, Charles Milnor, 58 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (52). K 
*Washington, Henry Stephens, Ph. D., Consulting Geologist and Chemist, 
95 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (44L 1897. C E 

Washington, William de Hertburne, C. E., 267 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 
(60). D 

W^assall, Joseph W., Lake Forest, 111. (58). 
*Waterman, Frank Allan, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Smith College, 
Northampton, Mass. (54). 1906. B 

Waterman, James Sears, M. D., 676 St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(60). K 

Waterman, Warren Gookin, Professor of Physics and Geology, Fisk Uni- 
versity, Nashville, Tenn. (53). BEL 
*Waters, Campbell E., Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 
(52). 1906. C 

Waters, Theodore, Room 96, Bible House, New York, N. Y. (54). I 

Watjen, Louis, 68 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Watkins, Howard R., Assistant Chemist, Army Medical Museum, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (57). C 

Watkins, Oscar S., Agricultural Experiment Station, Urbana, 111. (58). 
CG 

Watkins, Willard H., 622 Linwood Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. (58). C 

Watson, Benj. Marston, Jamaica Plain, Mass. (50). 

Watson, Miss Caroline A., North Andover, Mass. (31). D 
*Watson, Floyd Rowe, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Physics, University 
of Illinois, Urbana, 111. (58). 1909. B L 

Watson, Frank E., 1172 Tinton Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Watson, Frank Elbert, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. (51). F 

Watson, John Henry, 51 West 75th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Watson, Joseph Ralph, 212 South High St., Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

(50). F 
*Watson, Thomas Augustus, East Braintree, Mass. (42). 1906. EFL 
*Watson, Thomas Leonard, Ph. D., State Geologist, Professor of Economic 
Geology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (60). 19 10. E 
*Watson, William, Ph. D., 107 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (12). 
1884. A 

Watson, William Franklin, Professor of Chemistry and Biology, Furman 
University, Greenville, S. C. (56). F 

Watters, Daniel M.,E.M., 722 Central Building, Seattle, Wash. (60). D 

Watts, Rowland, Head of Department of Mathematics, Baltimore Poly- 
technic Institute, Baltimore, Md. (58). A B D E F G H 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Waugh, James Church, 5012 12th Ave. N. E., Seattle, Wash. (52). 

Wayland, Charles A., M. D., 140 North 3d St., San Jos6, Cal. (58). K 

*Wead, Charles K., U. S. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. (47). 1898. 
B 

Weaver, Edwin Oscar, Professor of Physics, W'ittenberg College, Spring- 
field, Ohio. (51). B 

Weaver, George H., M. D., 1628 Washington Building, Chicago, 111. (58). 
H K 

Webb, Gerald B., M. D., 1222 North Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, 
Colo. (60). K 

Webb, Harrison E., 8 Irving Place, Summit, N. J. (60). A 
*Webb, Prof. John Burkitt, Consulting Engineer, Hoboken, N. J. (31). 
1883. ABD 

Webb, Lewis Warrington, E. E., Master Electrician, Navy Yard, Norfolk, 
Va. (60). D 

Webber, G. E., M. D., Morland, Kans. (60). K 

*Webber, Herbert John, Ph. D., Professor of Experimental Plant Breeding, 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (47). 1900. G 

Webber, Samuel G., M. D., 60 Gorham Ave., Brookline, Mass. (60). K 

Weber, Arthur, M. D., 1425 North Broad St., New Orleans, La. (60). K 

Weber, Arthur L., 2514 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 

Weber, George Adam, C. E., M. E., 71 Courtland Ave., Stamford, Conn. 

(58). D 
*Weber, Henry Adam, Ph. D., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, 
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (35). 1888. C 

Weber, Leonard, M. D., 25 West 46th St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 

Weber, Raxley Ferrin, Soldan High School, St. Louis, Mo. (57). C 

Webster, Mrs. A. G., Hotel Vendome, Boston, Mass. (60). 

Webster, Albert Lowry, Consulting Civil and {Sanitary Engineer, 
82 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (50). C D 
*Webster, Arthur Gordon, Ph. D,, LL. D., Professor of Physics, Clark 
University, Worcester, Mass. (47). 1898. A B 

Webster, Clement L., E. M., iii Hawkins Ave., Charles City, Iowa. 
(58). DEH 

Webster, David Locke, 134 Summer St., Boston, Mass. (60). B 

Webster, Edgar Huidekoper, Professor of Physical Science, Atlanta Uni- 
versity, Atlanta, Ga. (50). B C E 

Webster, Edgar M., M. D., 9139 Commercial Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Webster, Prof. Francis Marion, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (35). 1890. F 

Webster, Frederic S., Newsboys' Home, Grant and Webster Ave.. Pitts- 
burg, Pa. (51). E FH 

Webster, J. Clarence, M. D., 27 Bellevue Place, Chicago, 111. (50). K 

Webster, Ralph Waldo, M. D., Ph. D., Associate in Chemistry, Rush 
Medical College, Chicago, 111. (57). CK 

Webster, Robert Lorenzo, Ames, Iowa. (58). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Weckel, Miss Ada Louise, 424 North Grove Ave., Oak Park, 111. (58). 

FG 
Wedding, E. Victor, M. D., 2122 East 15th St., Kansas City, Mo. (60). K 
*Weed, Dr. Clarence Moores, State Normal School, Lowell, Mass. (38). 

1890. F 
Weed, George M., 113 Devonshire St., Boston, Mass. (54). I 
Weed, Henry T., 181 Prospect Park, West, Brooklyn, N. Y. (54). B C 
Weed, Howard Evarts, 528 Greenleaf Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). F 
Weed, J. N., 244 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. (37). E I 
Weed, Lewis H., M. D., Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Md. 

(61). K 
*Weed, Walter Harvey, 100 East Ave., Norwalk, Conn. (52). 1903. E 
Weeks, Edwin Ruthven, Consulting Engineer, 3408 Harrison St., Kansas 

City, Mo. (50). A B L 
*Weeks, Fred Boughton, 226 Bailey St., Los Angeles, Cal. (58). 1910. E 
Weeks, Henry Clay, Engineer in Economics, Bayside, Long Island, N. Y. 

(57). D ' 
Weeks, John Elmer, M. D., 46 East 57th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
♦Weeks, Rufus Wells, 346 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. A I 
*Weems, Julius Buel, Ph. D., Crewe, Va. (44). 1900. C 
*Weems, Mason Locke, Professor of Botany and Physiology, Valparaiso 

University, Valparaiso, Ind. (52). G K 
Weems, Mrs. R. A. D., Oakland, Md. (60). 

Wehle, Theodore, 59 West 83d St., New York, N. Y. (57). B C 
Wehner, Lewis, M. E., University Club, Milwaukee, Wis. (60). D 
Weida, George F., Kenyon College, Gambler, Ohio. (60). C L 
*Weidman, Samuel, Wisconsin State Geological and Natural History 

Survey, Madison, Wis. (53). 1906. E 
Weightman, Charles H., 5859 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). A 
Weil, Richard, M. D., 163 West 86th St., New York, N. Y. (58). C K 
Weimer, Edgar A., E. M., Superintendent, Weimer Machine Works Co., 

Lebanon, Pa. (51). D 
Weinberg, Semen G., M. E., Kirpitchny i, St. Petersburg, Russia. (60). 

D 
Weinberger, William, M. D., 252 Willis Ave., Xew York, N. Y. (58). K 
Weingarten, Frederick Simon, Ph. D., 28 West 91st St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). K 
Weinrich, Morris F., 76 Ashburton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. (60). A 
*Weinzirl, John, Ph. D., Professor of Bacteriology, University of Wash- 
ington, Seattle, Wash. (45). 1906. G 
Weir, Samuel, Ph. D., Dean, School of Education, Dakota Wesleyan 

University, Mitchell, S. D. (60). L 
Weis, Joseph D., M. D., 1448 Jackson Ave., New Orleans, La. (54). K 
Weiss, John Morris, 1726 North i6th St., Philadelphia Pa. (58). C 
Weissmann, Frederick W., 2828 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Welch, Emily Hamilton, Packer Collegiate Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(58). CE 

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MEMBERS AND KELLrOWS. 

*Welch, William Henry, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Pathology, Johns 

Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. (47). 1900. H K 
Weld, Fred. C, care Ivowell Bleachery, Lowell, Mass. (58). C 
*Weld, Laenas Gifford, Dean, College of Liberal Arts, State University of 

Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (41). 1895. A 
Weld, Lewis H., Teacher of Biology, Northwestern Academy, Evanston, 

111. (58). FG 
Welin, John Eric, Professor of Physics and Chemistry, Bethany College, 

Lindsborg, Kans. (50). BC 
Welker, William Henry, Ph. D., Robert Hare Laboratory of Chemistry, 

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (55). C 
Weller, Miss Annie L., Charleston, 111. (60). A 
*Weller, Stuart, Associate Professor of Paleontologic Geology, University 

of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (54). 1906. E F 
Welles, Francis R., 92 Avenue Henri Martin, Paris France. (60). D 
Welles, Miss Marion, 419 College Ave., De Kalb, 111. (60). A 
Wellman, Dr. F. Creighton, Cuiado de Senhores, Silva and Lopes (via 

Lisbon), Benguella, Africa. (58). 
Wells, David Collin, Professor of Sociology, Dartmouth College, Hanover, 

N. H. (58). I 
Wells, David W., M. D., The Westminster, Copley Square, Boston, Mass. 

(60). K 
Wells, Eliab Horatio, M. D., Professor of Natural Science, Baylor Female 

College, Belton, Tex. (50). AD 
Wells, Frederick Latimer, 116 South Clinton St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Wells, Frederic Lvman, Ph. D., McLean Hospital, ^\'averly, Mass. (54). 

HK 
Wells, George Augustus, E. E., M. E., Chief Engineer, Adams Express 

Co., 61 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (58). D 
Wells, H. Edward, Washington and TeiTerson College, AYashington, Pa. 

(54). C 
*Wells, Harry Gideon, M. D., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Pathology, 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (57). 1910. K 
Wells, Professor William E., 820 East University Ave., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

(60). BEG 
Welsh, Francis Ralston, 328 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 
Welsh, Lilian, M. D., The Arundel, North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 

(60). K 
Welsh, Thomas Whitney Benson, Department of Chemistry, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (61). C 
♦Wendell, Oliver Clinton, Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Harvard 

College Observatory, Cambridge, Mass. (56). 1908. A 
Wending, Hon. Geo. R., Charlestown, W. Va. (52). I 
Wenner, Frank, Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (54), 

B 
Wentworth, Irving Houghton, Matehuala, S. L. P., Mexico. (54). 

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MEMBURS AND FEWXJWS. 

Wentworth, Walter v., Great Works, Me. (60). C 
Werk, Louis, Werk Place, Westwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. (56). 
*Wesbrook, Frank Fairchild, M. D., Dean, College of Medicine and Sur- 
gery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (54). 1906. K 
Wescott,'Cassius D., M D., 31 Washington St., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Wescott, William Carter, M. D., cor. Pacific and Delaware Aves., Atlantic 

City, N.J. (58). C K 
Wesendonck, Weaker, 86 Worth St., New York, N. Y. (57). I L 
Wesener, John A., M. D., 103 State St., Chicago, III. (58). C 

Wessler, Harry, (57). K 

Wesson, David, Manager, Technical Department, Southern Cotton Oil 

Co., 24 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (50). C 
West, Augustus Price, Ph. D., 227 West Monument St., Baltimore, Md. 

(55) 

West, Rodney Mott, 2128 Knapp St., St. Paul, Minn. (60). C 

West, Thomas Dyson, M. E., care The West Steel and Iron Casting Co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. (51). D 

Westbrook, Richard Ward, M. D., 1145 Dean St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). 

Westerman, P. B., Oakdale, Cal. (61). 

Westervelt, William Y., E. M., 351 West 114th St., New York, N. Y. 
(60). K 

Westfall, W. D. A., Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Univer- 
sity of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. (60). A 
*Westgate, Lewis Gardner, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Ohio Wesleyan 

University, Delaware, Ohio. (51). 1906. E 
*Westinghouse, George, Pittsburg, Pa. (50). 1902. D 

Westinghouse, Henry Herman, 165 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (51). D 

Weston, David Brainard, Sharon, Mass. (57). CD 

Weston, Edmund B., C. E., Box 1316, Providence, R. I. (60). D 
*Weston, Edward, LL. D., 645 High St., Newark, N.J. (33). 1887. BCD 

Wetherill, Henry Emerson, M. D., 3734 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
(53). K 

Wetzel, I. A., 122 West High St., Sycamore, 111. (60). A 

Wetzel, Reinhard A., Columbia l^niversity. New York, N. Y. (53). A B 

Wetzler, Joseph, care Jefferson Wetzler, 11 23 Broadway, New York, 
N. Y. (3'>). 
*Weysse, Arthur Wisswald, Ph. D., Professor of Biology, Boston Univer- 
sity, Boston, Mass. (52). 1905. F K 

Wheatland, Marcus F., M. D., 84 John St., Newport, R. I. (51). H K 
*Wheeler, Alvin Sawyer, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. (50)'. 1901. C 

Wheeler, C. G., 1401 Masonic Temple, Chicago, III. (60). C 

Wheeler, Charles A., Connecticut Agricultural College, Storrs, Conn. 
(61). L 

Wheeler, Charles Van Cise, M. E., 1609 i6th St. N. W., Washington, 
D. C. (60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Wheeler, Henry Lord, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Sheffield Scientific 

School, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (50). 1901. C 
Wheeler, Herbert Locke, 12 West 46th St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
♦Wheeler, Homer Jay, Ph. D., Director and Chemist, Rhode Island Experi- 
ment Station, Kingston, R. I. (54). 1909. C E 

Wheeler, Horace Leslie, (52). A E 

*Wheeler, L. P., 124 Linden St., New Haven, Conn. (60). 19 10. B 
Wheeler, Ruth, 305 Montgomery St., W. Pittston, Pa. (58). C L 
Wheeler, William, C. E., Concord, Mass. (41). D 
*Wheeler, William Morton, Ph. D., Bussey Institution, Forest Hills, 

Boston, Mass. (50). 1901. F H 
Wheelock, Raymond P., E. M., care Quartette Mining Co., Searchlight, 

Nev. (58). 
Wheelock, Wm. E., M. D., Morristown, N. J. (57). K 
Wheelwright, Wm. D., Portland, Oregon. (57). A I 
Whelpley, Henry Milton, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and 

Pharmacy, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. (52). H K 
Whelpley, James D., Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. (52). I 
Wherry, Edgar Theodore, 1729 Norris St., Philadelphia, Pa. (57). C E 
*Whetzel, Herbert Hice, Assistant Professor of Botany, New York State 

College of Agriculture, Forest Home, Ithaca, N. Y. (56"). 1908. G 
♦Whipple, George Chandler, Consulting Engineer, 103 Park Ave., New 

York, N. Y. (54). 1906. C D 
Whipple, George H , M. D., Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

(60). F K 
Whipple, Guy Montrose, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Education, Cornell 

University, Ithaca, N. Y. (58). H L 
Whitaker, De Bemiere, E. M., care Juragua Iron Co., Firmeza, Santiago, 

Cuba. (60). D 
Whitbeck, John F. W., M. D., 255 Park Ave., Rochester, N Y. (60). K 
Whitcomb, Henry Donald, C. E., 6 North 5th St., Richmond, Va. (58). 


Whitcomb, William Henry, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Miami 

University, Oxford, Ohio. (58). C 
White, Charles Henry, Medical Director, U. S. N., Retired, Center Sand- 
wich, N. H. (34). C H 
♦White, David, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (40). 1892. 

EG 
♦White, Henry Clay, Ph. D., LL. D., University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. 

(29). 1885. C 
♦White, Henry Seeley, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Vassar College, 

Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (58). 1909. A 
*White, Horace, LL. D., Editor, New York Evening Post, 18 West 69th 

St., New York, N. Y. (50). 1901. I 
♦White, Israel C, Ph. D., State Geologist of West Virginia, Morgantown, 

W. Va. (25). 1882. E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

White, J. A., 115 Franklin Place, South Bend, Ind. (58). C 
*\Vhite, John, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Rose Polytechnic Institute, 

Terre Haute, Ind. (58). 1910. C 
White, Laura Bradstreet, 29 Wallingford Road, Brighton, Mass. (60). C 
White, Lazarus, C. E., Stone Ridge, N. Y. (60;. D 
White, LeRoy S., 19 Buckingham Ave., Waterbury, Conn. (23). 
White, Linden G., E. E., General Superintendent, Columbus Railway and 

Light Co., Columbus, Ohio. (60). D 
White, Mrs. N. G , 1615 New Hampshire Ave. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

(52). 
White, Orland Emile, Assistant in Botany, South Dakota State College, 

Brookings, S. D. (61). G 
White, Oscar W., 1116 F St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). D 
White, Richard J., 10 South St., Baltimore, Md. (60). 
White, Walter Henry, M. D., 220 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass. (51). K 
White, William E., M. D., Lyons, Wis. (60). K 

White, William T., 508 Broad St., Knoxville, Tenn. (58). A C E F G L 
U'hitehead, Richard Henry, M. D., Dean, Medical Department, University 

of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (58). K 
Whitehorne, Wm. Risby, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, Bates College, 

Lewiston, Me. (52). BC 
*Whitfield, J. Edward, 406 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (44). 1896. C 
*Whitford, Harry Nichols, Ph. D., Bureau of Forestry, Manila, P. I. (54). 

1909. G 
Whiting, Chas. Allen, M. D., 70 West 47th St., New York, N. Y. (57). K 
Whiting, Henry Augustus, M. D., 33 West Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, 

Md. (60). K 
*Whiting, Miss Sarah F., Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Wellesley 

College, Wellesley, Mass. (31). 1883. AB 
Whiting, Stephen B., M. E., 11 Ware St., Cambridge, Mass. (33). D 
Whitman, Alfred A., 305 West 78th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
*Whitman, Charles Otis, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of Chi- 
cago, Chicago, 111. (43). 1908. F 
Whitman, Prof. E. C, Canso, Nova Scotia. (60). 
*Whitman, Frank P., Professor of Physics, Adelbert College, Cleveland, 

Ohio. (33). 1885. AB 
Whitman, Ralph, C. E., Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navy Department, 

Washington, D. C. (60). D 
Whitmore, Francis E., Curator, Cortland Science Club, Cortland, N. Y. 

(54). 
Whitmore, John Edward, M. D., 355 East Utica St., Buffalo, N. Y. (60). 

K 
Whitmore, Lawrence H., EM., Box 163, Bulawayo, Rhodesia, South 

Africa. (60). D 
Whitnall, Harold Orville, Assistant Professor of Mineralogy and Economic 

Geology, Colgate University, Hamilton, N. Y. (61). E 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Whitney, David Day, South College, Middletown, Conn. (60) . F 
*Whitney, Miss Mary W., Vassar College Observatory, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

(47). 1900. A 
Whitney, Paul C, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(60). E 
Whitney, Solon Franklin, 9 Garfield St., Watertown, Mass. (52). 
Whitson, AndrevV Robinson, 1920 Arhngton Place, IMadison, Wis. (58). 

BC 
*Whittelsey, Theodore, Rubber Regenerating Co., Mishawaka, Ind. 

(53). 1906. C 
Whittemore, George W., E. E-, 284 New York Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(60). D 
Whittier, Charles T., 322 Warren St., Jersey City, N. J. (58). C 
\\''hittier, Frank Nathaniel, M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacte- 
riology, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. (54). K 
Wiard, Martin S., 21 Walnut St., New Britain, Conn. (60). A 
Wick, Frances G., Simmons College, Boston, Mass. (60). B 
Wickersham, Judge James, U. S. District Court, Fairbanks, Alaska. 

(58). H 
Wickes, L. Webster, E. M., 818 Story Building, Los Angeles, Cal. (58). 

D 
*\Vickham, Henry Frederick, Professor of Entomology, State University 

of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (54). 1908. F 
Wickhorst, Max H., Engineer of Tests, C. B. and Q. R.R., Aurora, 111. 

(60). D 
Wicks, M. B., 1821 North i8th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). A 
Widtsoe, John Andreas, Ph. D., Utah Agricultural College, Logan, Utah. 

(60). C 
Wiechmann, Ferdinand Gerhard, Ph. D., 24 State St., New York, N. Y. 

(50). FK 
Wiedemann, H. Edmund, 721 Holland Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. (58). C 
*Wiegand, Karl McKay, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Botany, W'ellesley 

College, Wellesley, Mass. (45). 1899 G 
Wieland, Charles F., M. E., 911 Mutual Savings Bank Building, San 

Francisco, Cal. (60). D 
Wieman, Harry Lewis, Laboratory Assistant in Zoology, University of 

Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio. (58). F 
Wiener, Alex C, M. D., 100 State St., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Wiener, Solomon, M. D., 67 West 89th St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Wigglesworth, Edward, 188 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
WiGGLEswoRTH, George, 53 State St., Boston, Mass. (60). 
Wight, Ambrose Benson, 5735 West Lake St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Wight, William F., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

(54). C 
Wightman, Merle J., E. E., 302 Broadway. New York, N. Y. (50). D 
Wilbert, Martin I., Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. (58). C 

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MEMBERS AND FELI^OWS. 

Wilbour, Mrs. Charlotte B., 40 Central Park, South, New York, N. Y. 

(28). 
*Wilbur, Albert B., Middleton, N. Y. (23). 1874. E 
*Wilbur, Ray Lyman, M. D., Assistant Professor of Physiology, Iceland 
Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (50). 1901. 
FK 
Wilcox, Mrs. Aaron Morley, The Arlington, Washington, D. C. (52). I 
*Wilcox, Edwin Mead, Ph. D., Professor of Agricultural Botany, Univer- 
sity of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (50). 1901. 6 
Wilcox, Miss Emily T., Middletown, Conn. (33). B 
*Wilcox, Guy Maurice, Professor of Physics, Armour Institute of Tech- 
nology, Chicago, 111. (53). 1909. B 
Wilcox, Reynold Webb, M. D., LL.D., 679 Madison Ave., New York, 

N. Y. (60). K 
*Wilcox, Wendell Garrett, Professor of Chemistry, Alfred University, 
Alfred, N. Y. (56). 1909. C 
Wilczynski, Ernst Julius, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Mathematics, 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (60). A 
Wilde, Norman, Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, University of Minne- 
sota, Minneapolis, Minn. (60). H 
* Wilder, Burt Green, M. D., Professor Emeritus of Neurology and Ver- 
tebrate Zoology, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (51). 1902. F 
*Wilder, Burt Green, M. D., Professor of Neurology and Vertebrate 

Zoology, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (51). 1902. F 
Wilder, Gerrit P., 1930 Walakaa St., Honolulu, Hawaii. (60). G 
Wilder, Wm. H., M. D., 581 1 Monroe Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). K 
Wildman, Edward Embree, 214 St. Mark's Square, Philadelphia, Pa. (57). 
Wiley, Andrew Jackson, C. E., Boise, Idaho. (51). D 
*Wiley, Harvey Washington, Ph. D., Chief, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. (21). 1874. BCHIKL 

Wiley, Hugh Lemuel, C. E., (60). D 

Wiley, Walter H., E. M., 367 South Bonnie Brae St., Los Angeles, Cal. 
(60). D 
*Wiley, William Halstead, C. E., 43 East 19th St., New York, N. Y. 
(50). 1906. D E 
Wilkins, Miss Lewanna, 14 14 Girard St., Washington, D. C. (52). F G L 
*Wilkinson, Levi Washington, Professor of Industrial and Sugar Chemistry, 
Tulane University, New Orleans, La. (50). 1903. C 
Willard, Hobart Hurd, 802 Monroe St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (58). C 
*Willard, Julius Terrass, Professor of Chemistry, Kansas State Agricul- 
tural College, Manhattan, Kans. (50). 1906. C 
*Willcox, Mary Alice, Ph. D., Maiden, Mass. (50). 1901. F 
Willcox, Oswin W., 10 Lincoln Ave., Dover, N. J. (58). C 
*Willcox, Walter Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Political Economy and 

Statistics, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (50). 1901. I 
Wille, Louis G., M. D., Box 224, New Braunfels, Texas. (60). K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Willetts, Ernest W., M. D., Pathologist 'to Pennsylvania Hospital, 5101 

Liberty Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. (58). K 
Williams, Anna Wessels, M. D., 549 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

(56). K 
*Williams, Benezette, 153 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. (33). 1887. D 
nVilliams, Charles H., M. D., 1069 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. (22). 

1874. B K 
Williams, Charles Mallory, M. D., 48 East 49th St., New York, N. Y. 

(57) HKL 
Williams, Mrs. Chauncey P., 284 State St., Albany, N. Y. (52). 
*Williams, Clarke Benedict, Professor of Mathematics, Kalamazoo Col- 
lege, Kalamazoo, Mich. (54). 1906. A 
nVilliams, Prof. Edw. H., Jr., Woodstock, Vt. (25). 1894. E 
*Williams, Francis H., M. D., 505 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. (29). 1890. 

K 
Williams, Frank Blair, Ph. D., Clark University, Worcester, Mass. (53). 

D 
Williams, Frank H., Brownsville, Texas. (50). E 
Williams, G. C. F., Hartford, Conn. (60). I 

Williams, Gardner F., LL. D., 2201 R St., Washington, D. C. (60). D 
Williams, Guy Yandell, Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of 

Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. (58). B C 
Williams, Henry J., E. M., 161 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. (60). D 
*Williams, Henry Shaler, Ph. D., Professor of Geology, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (18). 1882. E 
♦Williams, Herbert U., M. D., Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology, 

University of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. (54). 1906. H K 
*\Villiams, Ira Abraham, Associate Professor of Geology and Mining 
Engineering, Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. (52). 1908. D E 
Williams, John C, 221 Orchard St., Ridgway, Pa. (.51). E G 
Williams, John Edward, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. (58). A 
Williams, John T., 780 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). A C D 
♦Williams, J. Whitridge, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins 
University, Baltimore, Md. (50). 1901. K 
Williams, Miss Katharine I., Llandaff House, Pembroke Vale, Clifton, 

Bristol, England. (58). D 
Williams, Leon Franklin, Ph. D., North Carolina College of Agriculture 
and Mechanic Arts, West Raleigh, N. C. (58). C 
♦Williams, Leonard Worcester, Ph. D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, 
Mass. (52). 1906. F 
Williams, Mabel Clare, Ph. D., Instructor in Psychology, State Univer- 
sity of Iowa, Iowa Citj'^, Iowa. (52). H L 
Williams, Martha R., M. D., Colorado Building, 9th and Vine Sts., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
Williams, Percy Frederic, Professor of Horticulture, Alabama Polytechnic 
Institute, Auburn, Ala. (61). G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Williams, R. Lancaster, Seaboard Air Line Railway, Baltimore, Md. 

(60). 
Williams, Roland H., Teachers College, 120th vSt., New York, X. Y. (60). 
AC 
*Williams, Stephen Riggs, Ph. D., Professor of Biology and Geology, 

Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. (50). 1906. E F 
Williams, Mrs. Sydney M., ^^'ellesley, Mass. (60). 
Williams, T. S., Huntington, Long Island, X. Y. (60). I 
Williams, Thornton R., M. D., Punxsatawney, Pa. f6o). K 
Williamson, C. S., Jr., Box 210, Columbia. Tenn. (60). C 
♦Williamson, Edward Bruce, Bluffton, Ind. (,so). iqo6. F 
Williamson, Henry Dale, K. M., Rising Sun Petroleum Co., Yoko'^^ma, 

Japan. (60). D 
Williamson, Homer D., M. D., Bank St., Lorain, Ohio. (51). K 
Williamson, Mrs. M. Burton, 2343 Ocean View Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

(44). FH 
Williamson, Theresa Gertrude, Hannah More Academy, Reisterstown, 

Md. (58). CG 
Willing, Mark Skinner, 630 Rush St., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Willing, Thomas Nathaniel, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. (58). F 
* Willis, Bailey, I'. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. (36). 1890. E 
Willis, Park Weed, M. D., 1256 Emnire Building, Seatfte, Wash. (60). K 
*Williston, Prof. Arthur Lyman, Director, Department of Science and 
Technology, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, X. Y. (51). igo6. D 
Williston, Samuel, 577 Belmont St., Belmont, Mass. (60). 
*Williston, Samuel Wendell, M. D., Ph. D., Professor of Paleontology, 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (51). 1902. F K 
*Willoughby, Charles C, Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. (45). 

1897. H 
*Wills, Dr. Albert P., Professor of Mathematical Physics, Columbia Uni- 
versity, New York, N. Y. (53). 1906. A B 
Wills, Joseph Lainson, 133 Midwood St., Brooklyn, X. Y. (50). 6 C G 
*Willson, Frederick Newton, C. E., Professor of Graphics, Princeton, 

N.J. (33). 1887. AD 
Willson, Mortimer, M. D., 6th and Water Sts., Port Huron, Mich. 
(50). AFK 
*Willson, Robert W., 64 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. (30). 1890. A B 
WiLMARTH, Mrs. Henry D., West Boxford, Mass. (40). 
Wilmore, John Jenkins, Dean, School of Engineering, Alabama Poly- 
technic Institute, Auburn, Ala. (51). D 
*Wilson, Alfred W. G., E. M., Department of Mines, Ottawa, Canada. 

(60). 1910. D E 
♦Wilson, Charles Branch, Professor of Biology, Johns Hopkins University, 

Baltimore, Md. (52). 1906. F 
*Wilson, Delonza Tate, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics and 
Astronomy, Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland, Ohio. (53). 
1906. A 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*\Vilson, Edmund Beecher, Ph. D., LL. D.; Professor of Zoology, Columbia 

University, New York, X. Y. (49). 1900. F 
*Wilson, Francis Daniel, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, Virginia Poly- 
technic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. (57). 1909. C 
Wilson, Guy West, Department of Biology, Upper Iowa University, 

Fayette, Iowa. (58). G 
Wilson, H. P., M. D., Whittier, Cal. (60). K 

Wilson, Harold Albert, McGill University, Montreal, Can. (61). B 
*Wilson, Henry Van Peters, Ph. D., Professor of Zoology, University of 
North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. (50). 1901. F 
Wilson, J. Howard, Castine, Me. (57). E H 

Wilson, James Meredith, Assistant Professor of Histology and Embry- 
ology, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. (58). C F 
Wilson, John C, Cosmos Club, Washington, D. C. (49). I 
*Wilson, John Gordon, Assistant Professor of Anatomy, Northwestern 

University Medical College, Chicago, lU. (58). 1908. F K 

Wilson, Miss Margaret B., 72 East 77th St., New York, N. Y. (57). H K 

*Wilson, Norman Richard, Lecturer in Mathematics, Wesley College, 

Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada. (55). 1907. A 

Wilson, Robert. Jr., M. D., 165 Rutledge Ave., Charleston, S. C. (60). K 

*Wilson, Robert N., Blood Agency, Macleod, Alberta, Canada. (42). 

1895- H 
Wilson, Robert N., Guilford College, X. C. (60). C 
Wilson, Thomas, The Aberdeen, Si. Paul, Minn. (60). 
Wilson, Wm. Lawrence, M. E., 915 Old Colony Building, Chicago, 111. 

(58). D 
*Wilson, Dr. William Powell, Director, Philadelphia Museums, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. (38). 1889. G 
Wily, James Hunter, E. E., Department of Physics, Lehigh University, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. (60). B D 
Wimpfheimer, Chas. A., 131-137 Spring St., New York, X. Y. (57). 
*Winchell, Alexander Xewton, Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology, 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (50). 1904. C E 
*Winchell, Horace Vaughn, 505 Palace Building, Minneapolis.'Minn. (34). 

1890. C E 
*Winchell, Prof. Newton Horace, 501 East River Parkway, Minneai)olis, 

Minn. (19). 1874. EH 
Windesheim, Gustave, M. D., 255 Main St., Kenosha, Wis. (^i). H K 
Wing, Henry Hiram, Professor of Animal Husbandry, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (56). F 
Wingerter, Charles A., M. D., 75 Twelfth St., Wheeling, W. Va. (60). K 
Winne, Charles K., Jr., M. D., 180 Washington Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

(60). K 
*Winslow, Charles Edward Amory, Associate Professor of Biology, College 

of the City of New York, New York, N. Y., (51). 1903. FK 
Winslow, Mrs. C. E. A., 157 Walnut St , Brookline, Mass. (52). F 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Winslow, Guy Monroe, Principal, Lasell Seminary, Auburndale, Mass. 

(58). FKL 
Winston, Isaac, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(55). A 
Winter, Col. Mahlon A., 14th and U Sts. N. W., Washington, D. C. (52). 

DE I K 
*Winterhalter, Capt. A. G., U. S. S. Louisiana, U. S. N., care Postmaster, 

New York, N. Y. (37)- 1893- A 
Winton, Will McClain, Professor of Biology, State Normal School, 

Edmonds, Okla. (58). E F G 
Wintringham, J. P., E. E., President, Department of Microcopy, Brook- 
lyn Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. (60). A D 
WiRTNER, Rev. M., Penns Station, Pa. (58). F 

Wiser, Frank C, M. D., 10 North Second Ave., Phoenix, Ariz. (60). K 
*Wissler, Clark, Ph. D., Curator of Anthropology, American Museum of 

Natural History, New York, N. Y. (54). 1906. H 
Wister, Jones, E. M., 18 19 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (60). B E 
*Withers, W. A., Professor of Chemistry, North Carolina College of Agri- 
culture and Mechanic Arts, Raleigh, N. C. (33). 1891. C 
Witherspoon, Thomas Carey, M. D., 307 West Granite St., Butte, Mont. 

(58). K .^~ 

*Withrow, James Renwick, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (60). 

1910. C 
Witmer, Joseph Franklin, C. E., Chapin Block, Buffalo, N. Y. (60). D 
*Witmer, Lightner, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Psychology, University 

of Penns)dvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (46). 1905. H 
Witmer, Luther F., 2923 Macomb St., Washington, D. C. (60). C 
Witte, Max Ernest, M. D., Superintendent, Clarinda State Hospital, 

Clarinda, Iowa. (51). H K 
*Witthaus, Rudolph August, M. D., 55 \\'est 33d St., New York, N. Y. 

(35). 1890. C K 
Wixford, John F., 2223 North Ninth St., St. Louis, Mo. (58). D 
Wobus, Reinhard E., M. D., 3440 North Ninth St., St. Louis, Mo. (60). 

k 

*Wo£lfel, Albert, M. D., Department of Physiology, University of Chicago, 

Chicago, 111. (54). 1910. K 
Woglum, Russell Sage, Whittier, Cal. (54). F 
*Wolcott* Edson Roy, 817 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. (54). 1907. 

BCD 
Wolcott, Robert Henry, M. D., Professor of Anatomy, University of 

Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. (60). K 
Wolcott, William Prescott, Readville, Mass. (60). 
A\'olf, Frederick Adolph, Tutor in Botany, University of Texas, Austin, 

Tex. (60). G 
Wolfe, Elmer Ellsworth, Ph. D., Principal of the Academy, Marietta 

College, Marietta, Ohio. (51). BCL 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS 

*Wolff, Frank A., Ph. D., Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. (47). 

1900. B 
Wolff, Henry Albert, M. D., 501 West 138th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

K 
*Wolff, John Eliot, Ph. D., University Museum, Cambridge, Mass. (36). 

1894. E 
Wolff, Mark A., E. M., 6 Hanover Terrace, Holland Park, West, London, 

England. (60). D 
Wolfstein, David I., M. D., 22 West 7th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). K 
*Woll, Fritz Wilhelm, Ph. D., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. (42). 1897. C 
Wolverton, Byron C, 220 West 49th St., New York, N. Y. (50). D 
Wood, A. E., Teacher of Science, Jackson High School, Jackson, Tenn. 

(61). L 
Wood, Alvinus Brier, C. E., Cottage Grove, Ore. (60). D 
*Wood, Arthur Julius, Associate Professor of Experimental Engineering, 

Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. (51). 1905. B D 
Wood, Casey Albert, M. D., President, American Academy of Medicine, 

72 Madison St., Chicago, 111. (56). F K 
Wood, Mrs. Cynthia A., 117 West 58th St., New York, N. Y. (43). 
Wood, Miss Elvira, 36 Wellington St., Waltham, Mass. (47). E 
*WooD, Francis Carter, Professor of Chemical Pathology, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (57). 1908. K 
Wood, Henry A. Wise, i Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Wood, Herbert Carroll, East High School, Cleveland, Ohio. (60). BEL 
Wood, Horatio C, Jr., M. D., 434 South 44th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (58). 

K 
♦Wood, Stuart, Ph. D., 400 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). 1906. I 
*Wood, Thomas Dennison, M. D., Professor of Physical Education, 
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (51). 
1902. K 
Wood, Walter, 400 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (33). F I 
Wood, Walter Hallock, Principal, Oakwood Seminary, Union Springs 

N. Y. (58). A 
Woodard, Silas H., C. E., Scarsdale, N. Y. (60). D 
*Woodbridge, Frederick J. E., LL. D., Professor of Philosophy, Columbia 

University, New York, N. Y. (52). 1905. H 
Woodbridge, Samuel Homer, Associate Professor of Heating and Ven- 
tilation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (56). 
D 
*Woodbury, Charles J. H., Consulting Engineer, 45 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 
(29). 1884. BD 
Woodbury, Frank, M. D., 218 South i6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (52) 

H K 
Woodbury, Frederick E., E. M., Box 874, Milwaukee, Wis. (60). D 
Woodhams, Edwin Le Grand, care A. M. Todd Co., Ltd., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. (61). C G 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Woodhull, Alfred Alexander, Brigadier-General, U. S. A., Retired, 46 
Bayard Lane, Princeton, N. J. (51). K L 
*WoodhulI, John Francis, Ph. D., Professor of Physical Science, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (43). 1899. BL 
Woodhull, Leon Richard, E. E., 1633 North 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). D 
Woodhull, Marianna, 540 West 1 2 2d St., New York, N. Y. (57). I 
Woodhull, Gen. Maxwell Van Zandt, U. S. A., 2033 G St. N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. (52). 
Woodman, Alpheus Grant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 

Mass. (60). C 
Woodman, Joseph Edmund, Professor of Geology and Mineralogy, New 

York University, University Heights, N. Y. (56). E i L 
Woodruff, Major Charles Edward, Medical Corps, U. S. A., Manila, P. I. 
(54). HI 
*Woodruff, Lorande Loss, Ph. D., Biological Laboratory, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. (52). 1908. F K 
*Woods, Albert F., Dean and Director, Department of Agriculture, Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (43). 1897. B C F G H 
I K L 
*Woods, Charles Dayton, Director, Maine Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, Orono, Me. (50). 1901. C 
*Woods, Frederick Adams, M. D., 1006 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 

(51). 1902. FH 
*Woods, Frederick Shenstone, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics, Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. (58). 1909. A L 
Woods, Herbert Spencer, Payette, Idaho. (58). C L 
Woodward, Augustus Janvier, M. D., Hotel .\uburn, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(57). EK " 

*Woodward, Calvin Milton, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics and Applied 
Mechanics, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. (32). 1884. 
AD I 
*WooDWARD, R. S., Ph. D., LL. D., President, Carnegie Institution of 

Washington, Washington, D. C. {33)- 1885. A B D 
*Woodward, Samuel B., M. D., 58 Pearl St., Worcester, Mass. (51). 
1906. E H 
Woodward, Sherman M., State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. 

(57). A 

*\Voodworth, C. \V., Assistant Professor of Entomology, University of 

California, Berkeley, Cal. (50). 1906. F 
Woodworth, George Kean, Councillor-at-Law, 60 Congress St., Boston, 
Mass. (50). BD 

*M'oodworth, Jay Backus, Assistant Professor of Geology, Harvard Uni- 
versity, Cambridge, Mass. (54). 1906. E 

*Woodworth, Robert Sessions, Ph. D., Professor of Psycliology, Columbia 
University, New York, N. Y. (49). 190 1. H K 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

*Woodw()rth, William McMichail, Ph. D., 149 Brattle St., Cambridge, 

Mass. (44). 1898. F 
Woollen, William Watson, 518 American Central Life Building, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. (55). F 
Woolley, Andrew Feaster, C. E., care Empire Engineering Corporation, 

60 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
*Woolley, Paul G., M. D., Professor of Pathologic Anatomy, University of 

Nebraska Medical College, Omaha, Neb. (55). 1910. C K 
Woolworth, James G., 220 Waterman St., Providence, R.I. (60). C 
Wooster, Lyman Child, Ph. D., Professor of Biology and Geology, State 

Normal School, Emporia, Kans. (54). E F G 
Wooton, Elmer O., Professor of Botany, New Mexico Agricultural College, 

Agricultural College, New Mexico. (56) G 
♦Worcester, Dean C, U. S. Philippine Commission, 16 Nagbajan, Manila, 

P. I. (46). 1903. F H 
Worcester, Philip George, Assistant in Geology, LTniversity of Colorado, 

Boulder, Colo. (60). E 
Worcester, Wilfred J., 137 East 37th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Work, Wm. R., Instructor in Electrical Department, Carnegie Technical 

Schools, Pittsburg, Pa. (57). D 
Workman, Harper M.. M. D., Tracy, Minn. (60). K 
Wormser, Moritz, C. E., 90 Porter Place, Montclair, N. J. (60). D 
Worsham, Ernest Lee, State Entomologist, Atlanta, Ga. (58). F 
Worthen, Thomas W. D., Cheney Professor of Mathematics, Dartmouth 

College, Hanover, N. H. (58). A 
Wright, Albert Hazen, Ph. D., Instructor in Zoology, Cornell University, 

Ithaca, N. Y. (56). F 
*Wright, Arthur Williams, Ph. D , Professor of Experimental Physics, 

Yale Universit)', New Haven, Conn. (14). 1874. A B 
Wright, Charles W., E. M., U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

(60). D E 
*Wright, Frederick Eugene, Ph. D., U. S. Geophysical Laboratory, Wash- 
ington, D. C. (52). 1906. B E 
*Wright, Geo. Frederick, D. D., LL. D., Drawer C, Oberlin, Ohio. (29). 

1882. E H 
Wright, H. B., E. M., Pocohontas, Va. (60). D 

Wright, Hamilton, M. D., Metropolitan Club, Washington, D. C. (58). K 
Wright, Henry ^\'ilkes. Ph. D., Professor of Philosophy, Lake Forest 

College, Lake Forest, 111. (58). 
Wright, James H., M. D., 12 14 Buena Vista St., Pittsburg, Pa. (60). K 
Wright, Jasper Heman, Mechanics Institute, Rochester, N. Y. (56). F G 
*Wright, John S., care Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. (42). 

1899. G 
Wright, Jonathan, M. D., 44 West 49th St., New York, N. Y. (43). 

FH I K 
Wright, Reginald Ashmun, M. E., 1959 West Market St., PottsviUe, Pa. 

(60). D 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Wright, Samuel St. John, M. D., 306 Hamilton Building, Akron, Ohio. 

(60). K 
♦Wright, Walter Channing, Room 701, 45 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (54). 

1906. A L 
*Wright, Walter Livingston, Jr., Professor of Mathematics, Lincoln Uni- 
versity, Pa. (50). 1906. A B 
*Wrinch, Frank Sidney, Ph. D., Instructor in Experimental Psychology, 

University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (52). 1906. HK 
Wulfing, John M., 3448 Longfellow Boulevard, St. Louis, Mo. (60). H 
♦WuUing, Frederick John, Ph. D., Dean, College of Pharmacy, University 

of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. (58). 1910. C 
WuNDERLiCH, Frederick W., M. D., 165 Remsen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

(45). K 
Wiirster, Oscar H., 411 Poplar St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (60). C 
Wiirtele, John Hunter, P. O. Box 242, Spokane, Wash. (48). 
*Wurtele, Rev. Louis C, P. O. Box 291, Acton Vale, Quebec, Canada. 
(II). 1875. EH 
Wyant, Alexander L., 141 West 85th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 
Wyatt, Francis, Ph. D., 20 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). C G 
Wyeth, John Allan, M. D., 244 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). K 
Wylie, Clarence Raymond, E. E., University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. (60). D 
*Wylie, Robert Bradford, Ph. D., Professor of Morphological Botany, 

State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. (53). 1905. G 
*Wyman, Walter, M. D., Surgeon-General, U. S. Public Health and Marine 
Hospital Service, Washington, D. C. (51). 1903. I 
Wynkoop, Gillett, Newburgh, N. Y. (58). C 

Wynekoop, Gilbert H., M. D., 4500 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. (60). K 
*Yamanouchi, Shigeo, Ph. D., Tokyo Teachers College, Koishikawa, 

Tokyo, Japan. (57). 1909. G 
*Yanney, Benjamin Franklin, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, 

Mt. Union College, Alliance, Ohio. (51). 1906. A 
♦Yarrow, Harry C, M. D., 814 17th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. (23). 
1874. FHK 
Yates, James Anderson, care State Normal School, Pittsburg, Kans. (50). 

B C E F 
Yates, William H., C. E., 449 West 123d St., New York, N. Y. (60). D 
*Yatsu, Naohidd, Ph. D., Zoological Institute, Imperial University, Tokyo, 
Japan. (56). 1910. F 
Yeatman, Pope, E.M., Room 1714, 165 Broadway, New York, N.Y. (58). D 
Yeaton, Arthur C, 75 Hartley St., Portland, Me. (60). C 
*Yerkes, Robert Mearns, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Comparative Psy- 
chology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. (52). 1905. FHK 
Yoder. Albert H., Tacoma, Wash. (61). H K L 

Yoder, Ivan I., M. D., 14 10 West 25th St., Cleveland, Ohio. (60). K 
Yothers, William Walter, Orlando, Fla. (55). F 
Youmans, Vincent J., 175 Elm Place, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. (43). 

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MEMBERS AND FELLOWS. 

Young, Abram Van Epps, Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. (33). 1886. BC 
♦Young, Anne Sewell, Ph. D., Professor of Astronomy, Mt. Holyoke 
College, South Hadley, Mass. (54). 1907. A 

Young, Charles I., E. E., 1 1 15 North American Building, Philadelphia, Pa. 
(60). B D L 

Young, Douglas B., 117 Dove St., Albany, N. Y. (58). F 

Young, Frank B., M. D., Springdale, Ark. (60). K 

Young, Geo. Albert, Petrographer and Field Geologist, Geological Survey 
of Canada, Otatwa, Canada. (57). E 

Young, Gilbert A., M. E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind. (60). D 

Young, Hugh Hampton, M. D., 330 North Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 

(53). K 
Young, John M., M. E., College of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii. (60). D 
Young, Robert Thompson, Ph. D., Instructor in Biology, State Univer- 

^ity of North Dakota, University, N. Dak. (60). F 
*Young, Stuart Woodford, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Leland 

Stanford Junior University, Stanford University, Cal. (50). 1901. C 
Young, William, E.M., P.O. B0X396, PrinceRupert, B.C., Canada. (6:)).. D 
Yowell, Everett I., care Corbett and Griest, Station O, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

(60). A 
Zahm, George, Assistant Professor of Law, Yale University, New Haven, 

Conn. (53). I 
Zaleski, Joseph P., M. D., 4645 South Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111. (60). K 
Zapffe, Carl, -Bo.K 1531, Brainerd, Minn. (58). D E 

Zeit, F. Robert, M. D., Head of Department of Pathology and Bacteri- 
ology, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, 111. (58). K 
*Zeleny, Anthony, Assistant Professor of Physics, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (56). 1908. B 
*Zeleny, Charles, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Zoology, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, 111. (53). 1905. F 
*Zeleny, John, Ph. D., Professor of Physics, University of Minnesota, 

Minneapolis, Minn. (50). 1901. B 
Zemer, Stanley G., Head, Department of Science, Escanaba High School, 

Escanaba, Mich. (61). L 
Zerban, Fritz, Ph. D., Estacion Experimental Industrial Agricola, 

Tucuman, Argentine Republic, S. A. (58). C 
Zetek, James, Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, Urbana, 111. 

(60). F 
Zimmerman, John, 389 Hill St., Dubuque, Iowa. (60). A 
*Ziwet, Alexander, 644 South Ingalls St., Ann Arbor, Mich. (38). 1890. 
Zuber, Wm. H., Jeannette, Pa. (52). BC 



Note. — The omission of an address in the foregoing list indicates that letters 
mailed to that last printed were returned as uncalled for. Information as to the present 
address of the members so indicated is requested by the Permanent Secretary. 



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INCORPORATED SCIENTIFIC BODIES. 

[Holding membership under the provisions of Article 3 of the Consti- 
tution.] 

American Geographical Society, 15 West 8ist St., New York, N. Y. (60). 
American Philosophical Society, 104 South Fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

(60). 
Arizona, The University of, Library, Tucson, Ariz. (60). 
Cahfornia, The University of, Library, Berkeley, Cal. ^2). 
Chicago Theological Seminary Library, Miss Florence M. Freeman, Acting 

Librarian, 43 Warren Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 
Cincinnati, Public Library of, Cincinnati, Ohio. (53). 
Deputy Minister, Department of Agriculture, Victoria, B. C. (60). G 
District of Columbia, The Public Library of, AVashington, D. C. (60). 
Earlham College Science Club, Earlham College, Richmond, Ind. (54). 
Evanston Academy of Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. (58). 
Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. (52). 
Howard Memorial Library, New Orleans, La. (54). 
Illinois, University of. Library, Urbana, 111. (61). 
Imperial Public Library, Tokyo, Japan. (60). 

Indiana State Library, Room 47, State House, Indianapolis, Ind. (60). 
Instituto Geologica Nacional, 60 del Cipr^s 176, Mexico, D. F., Mexico. 

(60). E 
Iowa State Teachers School, Library, Cedar Falls, Iowa. (58-) . 
Iowa, State University of. Library, Iowa City, Iowa. (54). 
Jersey City, Free Public Library of, Jersey City, N. J. (52). 
Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, Manchester, N. H. (48). 
Marietta College Library, Marietta, Ohio. (51). 
Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, Mich. (53). 
Minnesota Dept. of Agriculture Library, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. 

(61). 
Mt. Carmel Scientific Society, Mt. Carmel. 111. (50). 
Mt. Holyoke College, Library of. South Hadley, Mass. (58). 
Nantucket Maria Mitchell Association, The, Nantucket, Mass. (58). A G 
Nebraska, The University of. Library, Lincoln, Nebr. (51). 
New York State Libr.^ry, James I. Wyer, Jr., Director, Albany, N. Y. 

(60). 
New York University Library, University Heights, New York, N. Y. (60). 
Ohio State University Library, Columbus, Ohio. (54). 
Oregon, University of, Library, Eugene, Ore. (60). 
P. M. Musser Public Library, Muscatine, Ohio. (51). 
Philadelphia, The Free Library of, 1217-1221 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. (51). 
Pratt Institute Free Library, Ryerson St., Brooklyn, N. Y. (52). 

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INCORPORATED SCIENTIPIC BODIES. 

St. Agnes School, Albany, N. Y. (6i). 

St. Francis Xavier's College, 30 West i6th St., New York, N. Y. (52). 

St. Olaf College Library, Northfield, Minn. (52). 

Toronto, University of. Library, H. H. Langton, Librarian, Toronto, 

Canada. (60). 
Western Illinois State Normal School, Macomb, 111. (55). 
Wilmington Institute Free Library, Wilmington, Del. (52). 

Summary: 

Corrected to August 27, 1910. 

Patrons, 4; Honorary Fellow, i; Fellows, 2395; Members, 5477; Total, 7872. 



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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

(A list of deceased members of the Association, so far as known 
at the time of publishing the volume of Proceedings of the Spring- 
field meeting, May, 1896, is given in that volume. At the Buffalo 
meeting, the Council directed the Permanent Secretary to omit the 
printing of the full list of deceased members in the annual volumes 
and to print only the additions to the list. Since the publication of 
the list printed in the Chicago Proceedings (Vol. 58), notices have 
been received of the decease of the following members.) 

Adams, Mary W., ^77 Prospect St., New Haven, Conn. (57). Died 

January 2^, 1909. 
Ashmead, William H., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 

(40). Died 1908. 
Baldwin, Henry F., Seattle, Wash. (60). Died July, 1909. 

Barker, George Frederick, 3909 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. (13). 

Died May 24, 1910. 
Barker, Mrs. Martha M., 42 nth St., Lowell, Mass. (31). Died 

May 28, 1908. 
Barnes, Charles Reid, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (33)- Died 

February 24, 1910. 
Barnsley, George Thomas, Pittsburg,'Pa. (51). Died October 23, 1909. 
Barry, Daniel E., 447 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. (57). Died 
• March 12, 1910. 
Bausch, Henry, Rochester, N. Y. (41). Died March 2, 1909. 
Beach, Henry Harris Aubrey, M. D., 28 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 

Mass. (50). Died June 28, 1910. 
Bicknell, George H., Omaha, Neb. (55). Died November, 1908. 
Biolley, Pablo, San Jose, Costa Rica. (56). Died 1909. 
Birch-Nord, Carl W., Chicago, 111. (60). Died October 15, 1909. 
Blake, William Phipps, Mill Rock, New Haven, Conn. (54). Died 

1910. 
Bowser, Edward A., Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. (28). 

Died March, 1910. 
BoYE, Martin H., Coopersburg, Pa. (i). Died March 5, 1909. 
Brodie, William, Toronto, Canada. (58). Died August 6, 1909. 
Brooks, William Keith, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

(52). Died November 12, 1908. 
Brown, Mrs. Robert, Observatory Place, New Haven, Conn. (17). 

Died October 28, 1908. 



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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

Buckham, Mrs. George, 29 East 29th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Died August 11, 1908. 
Buckingham, Charles L-, 38 Park Row, New York, N. Y. (28). 

Died May 31, 1909. 
Burdge, Franklin, 325 West 57th St., New York, N. Y. (57). Died 

September, 1908. 
Carter, James C, 277 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. (36). Died 

1908. 
Caswell, W. H., 201 West 55th St., New York, N. Y. (50). Notified 

June 25, 1910. 
Churchill, William W., Monroe, Wis. (51). Died March 24, 1910. 
Comfort, Col. Silas Gildersleeve, C. E., Pennsylvania Military College, 

Chester, Pa. (58). Died July 12, 1910. 
Comstock, Brigadier General Cyrus B., New York, N. Y. (54). Died 

May 29, 1910. 
Comstock, T. Griswold, 3401 Washington Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (29). 

Died December i, 1909. 
Connor, Phineas Sanborn, 215 West 9th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (54). 

Died 1909. 
Converse, John H.. 500 North Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 

Died May 3, 1910. 
Cook, James B., Randolph Building, Memphis, Tenn. (50). Died 

February 21, 1909. 
Dudley, Charles Benjamin, Altoona. Pa. (23). Died December 21, 

1909. 
Eichberg, Joseph, 22 West 7th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. (55). Died 

August 18, 1908. 
Eimbeck, William, Washington, D. C. (17). Died 1908. 
Emory, Hon. Frederic, Queenstown, Md. (52). Died September 20, 

1908. 
EsTES Dana, Brookline, Mass. (29). Died 1909. 
Farnsworth, Philo J., Clinton, la. (50). Died 1909. 
Fawcett, Ezra, 233 Ely St., Alliance, Ohio. (48). Died January 23, 

1908. 
Fletcher, Andrew, 339 West 77th St., New York, N. Y. (50). Died 

1908. 
Fletcher, James, Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Canada. (31). Died 

November 8, 1908. 
FrazER, Persifor, Drexel Building, Philadelphia, Pa. (24). Died 

April 7, 1909. 
Fuller, Homer T., Fredonia, N. Y. (35). Died August 14, 1908. 
Fuller, Melville W., LL. D., Chief Justice, U. S. Supreme Court, 

Washington, D. C. (40). Died July 4, 1910. 
Garriott, Edward B., U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C. (49). 

Died May 13, 1910. 

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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

GiBBS, WotcoTT, Newport, R. 1. (i). Died December 9, 1908. 
Oilman, Daniel Coit, Baltimore, Md. (,10). Died October 13, 1908. 
Gordon, Robert H., Cumberland, Md. (48). Died May 10, 1910. 
Gore, J. W., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. (51). 

Died April 8, 1908. 
Graham, Andrew B., Washington, D. C. (52). Died 1909. 
Guilbeau, B. H., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. (54). 

Died January 16, 1909. 
Gray, Thomas, Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Ind. (38). 

Died January, 1909. 
Hague, James D., 18 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (50). Died 

August 3, 1908. 
Hall, Edwin Bradford, 193 State St., Wellsville, N. Y. (50). Died 

September, II, 1908. 
Hammond, George W., Yarmouthville, Me. (47). Died January, 1908. 
Head, William R., Hyde Park, Chicago, 111. (38). Died May 10, 1910. 
Hirsche, Andrew J., Rector Building, Chicago, 111. (58). Died 

February 7, 1908. 
Hofmann, Ottokar, 21 10 Troost Ave., Kansas City, Mo. (58). Died 

December 24, 1909. 
Holbrook, Henry R., Pueblo, Col. (51). Died 1909. 
Holton, Nina Gates, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (57). Died May 5, 1908. 
Hough, George W., Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. (15). 

Died January, 1909. 
Jackson, John H., 155 Franklin St., Fall River, Mass. (51). Died 

October 27, 1908. 
James, William, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Harvard Univer- 
sity, Cambridge, Mass. (52). Died August 26, 1910. 
Jayne, Harry W., Elkins Park, Pa. (54). Died March 7, 1910. 
Johnston, A. K. New Brighton, S. I., N. Y. (58). Died October 

3, 1909- 
Jones, William, J'ield Museum of Natural History, Chicago, 111. (57). 

Died 1909. 
Just, John A., Syracuse, N. Y. (50). Died September 13, 1908. 
Kinley, Joseph B., 1212 Columbine St., Denver, Colo. (58). Died 

May 13, 1909. 
Laidlaw, Alexander Hamilton, 58 West 53rd St., New York, N. Y. 

(57). Died July 28, 1908. 
Larocque, Joseph, 40 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (57). Died June, 

1908. 
Lathrop, Francis, Woodcliffe Lake, N. J. (57). Died October 18, 1909. 
Lea, Henry C, 2000 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). Died 

October 24, 1909. 

Lee, Leslie A., Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. (52). Died May, 

1908. ■ 

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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

Linn, George A., Monongahela, Pa. (51). Died April, 1908. 
Lomb, Henry, Rochester, N. Y. (41). Died June 13, 1908. 
Lord, Franklin B., 49 Wall St., New. York, N. Y. (57). Died 

January 2.T, 1908. 
Lyon, William, 608 West 62iid St., Los Angeles, Cal. (60). Died 

August II, 1909. 
McKelvy, William H., Pittsburg, Pa. (50). Died December 30, 1909. 
McNulty, John J., College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. 

(50). Died May i, 1908. 
MarkoE, Francis Hartm.^n, 15 East 49th St., New York, N. Y. (57). 

Died 1908. 
Marshall, J. T., Metuchen, N. J. (60). Died January i, 1910. 
Mason, Otis T., U. S. National Musucm, Washington, D. C. (^s'). 

Died November 5, 1908. 
Maxwell, Fred. Baldwin, River Forest, Oak Park, 111. (51). Died 

November 7, 1907. 
Mellor, Charles C, 319 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. (38). Died 

April 2, 1909. 
Metcalf, Orlando, 424 Telephone Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa. (35). Died 

September, 1909. 
Metcalf, William, 5821 Wilkins Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. ilZ). Died 

December 5, 1909. 
Miller, Commander Frederick A., 2201 Massachusetts Ave., Washing- 
ton, D. C. (52). Died November 8, 1909. 
Miller, Horace George, 189 Bowen St., Providence, R. L (51). Died 

1908. 
Mills, D. O., 15 Broad St., New York, N. Y. (58). Died January 

3, 1910. 
Mitchell, Edward, 44 Wall St., New York, N. Y. (50). Died February 

15, 1909. 
Montgomery, Frank Hugh, 5548 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). 

Died July 14, 1908. 
Moore, James W., Lafayette College, Easton, Pa. (22). Died February 

28, 1909. 
Muenchehofe, Carl Wilhelm Franz, American Museum of Natural His- 
tory, New York, N. Y. (58). Died November, 1909. 
Newcomb, Simon, 1620 P St., Washington, D. C. (13). Died July 

II, 1909. 
Newson, Henry Byron, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. (50). 

Died February 17, 1910. 
Nichols, Starr Hoyt, University Club, New York, N. Y. (57). Died 

1909. 
Nierman, Herman G., Fort Wayne, Ind. (60). Died January 31, 1909. 
Onderdonk, Henry U., ^^. D., Buffalo, Wyo. (51). Died May 10, 

1910. 



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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

O'Sullivan, Denis T., 761 Harrison St., Boston, Mass. (40). Died 

July 15, 1908. 
Painter, Joseph H., U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. (54). 

Died December, 1908. 
Peirce, Cyrus N., 3316 Powelton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. (31). Died 

May 16, 1909. 
Penniman, George H., 1071 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. (49). Died 

June I, 1909. 
Philips, Ferdinand, 505 North 21st St., Philadelphia, Pa. (51). Died 

1909. 
Poe, John P., 100 East Lexington St., Baltimore, Md. (60). Died 

October 14, 1909. 
Porter, Albert B., 170 South Clinton Ave., Chicago, 111. (53). Died 

April I7, 1909. 
Potter, Richard B., West Palm Beach, Fla. (51). Died July, 1909. 
Prang, Louis', 45 Centre St., Roxbury, Mass. (29). Died June 14, 1909. 
Rand, C. F., 1228 isth St., Washington, D. C. (27). Died October 

13, 1908. 

Reilly, Frank W., 137 Lincoln Park Blvd., Chicago, 111. (60). Died 

December 16, 1909. 
Ricketts, Howard Taylor, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. (58). 

Died May 3, 1910. 
Roark, Ruric Nevel, Eastern Kentucky Normal School, Richmond, Ky. 

(54). Died April 14, 1909. 
Robinson, Franklin C, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. (29). Died 

May 25, 1910. 
Rolker, Herman F., 612 So. Paca St., Baltimore, Md. (58). Died 

July 24, 1910. 
Rominger, Carl, Ann Arbor, Mich. (21). Died April 19, 1907. 
Ruland, M. A. 53 Linden Ave., Flatbush, Brooklyn, N. Y. (43). Died 

1908. 
Sackett, Eliza D., Cranford, N. J. (35). Died May 12, 1908. 
SayER, William Smith, Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. 

(58). Died 1909. 
Schuette, J. H., Green Bay, Wisconsin. (34). Died July 21, 1908. 
Seaman, William Henry, 1424 nth Street, Washington, D. C. (23). 

Died June 11, 1910. 
See, Horace, i Broadway, New York, N. Y. (34). Died December 

14, 1909. 

Serviss, Schuyler B., Gray's Hall, Cambridge, Mass. (58). Died 1909. 
Seymour, Thomas Day, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (57). 

Died 1908. 
Shaw, Prof. Charles Hugh, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 

Pa. (52). Died Augu.st 8, 1910. 
Shears, George F., 291 1 Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111. (58). Died 1909. 

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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

Shryock, William Knight, 21 North 7th St., Philadelphia, Pa. (54). 

Died 1910. 
Slingerland, Mark Vernon, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. (50). 

Died March 11, 1909. 
Smillie, James D., 440 West End Ave., New York, N. Y. (60). Died 

1909. 
Smith, Andrew H., Geneva, N. Y. (54). Died April 8, 1910. 
Smith, Miss Matilda H., 40 Library Place, Allegheny, Pa. (50). 

Died October 30, 1909. 
Smith, William Thayer, Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, N. H. 

(51). Died September, 1909. 
Snow, F. H., University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. (29). Died 

September 20, 1908. 
Sollers, Basil, 539 Carey St., Baltimore, Md. (60). Died 1909. 
Spiegelhalter, Joseph, 2166 Lafayette Ave., St. Louis, Mo. (47). Died 

June, 1909. 
SpraguE, C. H., Maiden, Mass. (29). Died 1909. 
Stearns, Robert E. C, 1025 East 18th St., Los Angeles, Cal. (18). 

Died July 27, 1909. 
Steer, Justin, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. (So). Died 

June 20, 1909. 
Stringham, Irving, University of California, Berkeley, Cal. (51). Died 

October 5, 1909. 
Sumner, William Graham, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (60). 

Died April 12, 1910. 
Thomas, Lancaster, 1932 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa. (52). Died 

April 2, 1910. 
Thompson, Almon Harris, 1729 12th St., Washington, D. C. (52). 

Died July 31, 1906. 
Tight, William George, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New 

Mexico. (39). Died January 15, 1910. 
Tufts, Frank Leo. Columbia University, New York, N. Y. (50). Died 

April 15, 1909. 
Valentine, Edw. P., Richmond, Va. (33)- Died March 24, 1908. 
Venable, Richard Morton, LL. D., 1409 Continental Bldg., Baltimore, 

Md. (60). Died July 10, 1910. 
Wade, Harold Rollins, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, 

D. C. (58). Died 1909. 
Walsh, Thomas F., 21st St. and Massachusetts Ave., Washington, 

D. C. (49). Died April 8, 1910. 
Warren, S. Edward, 77 Washington St., Newton, Mass. (17). Died 

July 8, 1909. 
Waterhouse, James Smartt, Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. 

(50). Died 1908. 
West, James Alexander, Natural History Hall, Urbana, 111. (58). 
Died April 17, 1910. 

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DECEASED MEMBERS. 

Weygant, Charles H., Newburgh, N. Y. (50). Died 1909. 

Wheeler, Charles Fay, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington. 

D. C. (52). Died March 5, 1910. 
Whitfield, Richard Parr, American Museum of Natural History, New- 
York, N. Y (18). Died April 6, 1910. 
Wilbur, M. T., 195 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). Died 1909. 
Wilcox, Franklin A., i Broadway, New York, N. Y. (57). Died 

August 23, 1908. 
Willcox, David, 20 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (57). Died 1908. 
Willett, James- R., 434 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. (53). Died 

May 9, 1907. 
Wright, Carroll Davidson, Clark College, Worcester, Mass. (41). 

Oied February 21, 1909. 
Yates, Lorenzo Gordin, Society of Natural History, Santa Barbara, 

Cal. (54). Died 1909. 
Young, J. L., Jenny-Lind, Ark. (60). Died 1909. 
Zabriskie, Rev. Jeremiah L., 28 Regent Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. (58). 

Died April 2, 1910. 
Zalinski, E. L., 201 East i6th St.. New York, N. Y. (36). Died 

March 10, 1909. 
Zimmerman, Clarence Irving, 308 Johnson Court, Madison, Wis. (60). 

Died May 15. 1909. 



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THE FIFTY-NINTH MEETING 



HANOVER, N. H. 



JUNE 29 to JULY 3, 1908. 



SPECIAL SUMMER MEETING 



SECTION A. 



Mathematics and Astronomy. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION A. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Cassius J. Keyser, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
George A. Miller, Urbana, 111. 

Member of Council. 
George Bruce Halsted, Greeley, Colo. 

Sectional Committee. 

E. O. LovETT, Vice-President, 1907; C. J. Keyser, Vice-President, 1908; 

George A. Miller, Secretary, 1907-1912. 

E. B. Frost, i year ; E. O. LovETT, 2 years ; Harris Hancock, 3 years ; 

F. R. MouLTON, 4 years ; E. W. Brown, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Forest R. Moulton, Chicago, 111. 



[No meeting of Section A was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



SECTION B. 



PHYSICS. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION B. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Karl E. Guthe, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Secretary. 
Alfred D. Cole, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

Member of Council. 
Henry Crew, Evanston, 111. 

Sectional Committee. 

D. C. Miller, Vice-President, 1907; K. E. Guthe, Vice-President, 

1908; A. D. Cole, Secretai-y, 1907-1911. 

F. E. NiPHER, I year; E. L. Nichols, 2 years; A. Trowbridge, 3 years; 

E. B. Rosa, 4 years ; A. P. Carman, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
H. S. Carhart, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF SECTION B. 



The summer meeting of the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, Section B, was held in the Wilder Laboratory of 
Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H., June 30, 1908. This was a 
joint meeting with the American Physical Society. There were two 
sessions, one in the forenoon and one in the afternoon. The attendance 
at each was about seventy. Professor Edward L. Nichols, president 
of the American Physical Society and president last year of the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science, was the pre- 
siding officer. 

The titles of the sixteen papers presented are given below : 

Light Pressure on Black Surfaces and on Thin Plates of Glass (with 
experimental demonstration). 

G. F. Hull, Dartmouth College. 

Changes in Density of the Ether, and Some Optical Effects Produced 
by it. 

Charles F. Brush, Cleveland. 

On Oscillations in the Metallic Arc. 

W. G. Cady, Wesleyan University. 

A Study of Overcast Skies. 

Edward L. Nichols, Cornell University. 

Demonstration of Wilson's Cloud Experiment, etc. 
G. F. Hull, Dartmouth College. 

The Influence of Temperature on the Fluorescence of Uranium Glass. 
R. C. GiBBS, Cornell University. 

Some Electrical Properties of Silicon. 

Frances G. Wick, Cornell University. 

A Study of Short-time Phosphorescence. 

C. W. Waggener, Cornell University. 

An Experimental Study of the Recovery of Selenium Cells. 

L. S. McDowell, Cornell University. (Read by title.) 



326 se:ction b. 

A Comparative Investigation of Dispersion and Electric Double Re- 
fraction in Liquids. 

H. E. McCoMB, University of Nebraska. (Presented by C. A. 
Skinner.) 

Electromagnetic Mass and Energy. 

Daniel F. Comstock, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 
^ (Read by title.) 

Effects of Absorbed Hydrogen and of Other Gases on the Photo- 
electric Activity of Metals. 

V. L. ChrislEr, University of Nebraska. (Presented by 
C. A. Skinner.) 

A New Method for Determining the Difference of Potential between 
a Metal and a Solution of One of its Solids. 

A. W. EwEll, Worcester Polytechnic Institute. 

The Isothermal Layer of the Atmosphere. 

W. J. HuMPHimYS, Mt. Weather Meteorological Observatory. 

Coefficients of Expansion at Low Temperatures. 
H. G. DoRSEY, Cornell University. 

[Abstracts of all of above papers appear in Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxviii, No. 712, August 21, 1908.] 



SECTION C. 



CHEMISTRY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION C. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Louis KahlEnbErg, Madison, Wis. 

Secretary. 
Charles H. Herty, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Member of Council. 
George B. Frankforter, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Sectional Committee. 

H. P. Talbot, Vice-President, 1907; L. Kahlenberg, Vice-President, 

1908; C. H. Herty, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

G. B. Frankforter, i year; Wm. McPherson, 2 years; W. J. GiEs, 

3 years; L. P. Kinnicutt, 4 years; Frank K. Cameron, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
John H. Long, Chicago, 111. 



[No meeting of Section C was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



SECTION D. 



Mechanical Science and Engineering. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION D. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
George F. Swain, Cambridge, Mass. 

Secretary. 
George W. Bissell, East Lansing, Mich. 

Member of Council. 
George F. Swain, Cambridge, Mass. 

Sectional Committee. 

O. H. Landreth, Vice-President, 1907; G. F. Swain, Vice-President, 

1908; G. W. BissELL, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

Wm. Kent, i year; A. M. GrEEne, Jr., 2 years; J. B. Webb, 3 years; 

J. E. Boyd, 4 years ; A. H. Blanchard, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George W. Bissell, East Lansing, Mich. 



[No meeting of Section D was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



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SECTION E. 



Geology and Geography. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION E. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Bailey Willis, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary. 
F. P. Gulliver, Norwich, Conn. 

Member of Council. 
William H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Sectional Committee. 

J. P. Iddings, Vice-President, 1907; BailEV Willis, Vice-President, 

1908; F. P. Gulliver, Secretary, 1907-1911. 

I. C. White, i year; H. L. Fairchild, 2 years; E. H. Barbour, 3 

years ; J. B. Woodworth, 4 years ; F. B. Taylor, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
H. L. Fairchild, Rochester, N. Y. 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF SECTION E. 



At the Hanover meeting of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science, Section E, Geology and Geography, held 
two sessions for the reading of papers and participated in the excur- 
sions to Mt. Ascutney and Corbin Park. Prior to the gathering at 
Hanover, a party of geologists, which varied in number from eight to 
ten, enjoyed a trip from Bellows Falls, Vt., to Rutland under the 
guidance of Professor J. E. Wolfif; to the marble quarries at West 
Rutland with Mr. G. H. Perkins, State geologist, and from Rutland 
to Woodstock in company with Professor Wolff and Professor C. 
H. Hitchcock. 

The scientific sessions began Tuesday, June 30, at ten o'clock and, 
with an intermission for dinner, continued till 4.30 P. M. Mr. Bailey 
Willis, vice-president, called the meeting to order. In the absence of 
the sectional secretary, Dr. F. P. Gulliver, who was unfortunately too 
ill to attend, Professor J. E. Wolff consented to serve as secretary. 
After the opening of the afternoon session. Professor C. H. Hitchcock 
took the chair at the request of Mr. Willis and presided to the close 
of the session. The following papers were presented and discussed : 

Local Geology of Hanover, N. H. 
C. H. Hitchcock. 

Recent Explorations in Mammoth Cave, with a Revised Map of the 
Cave. 

Horace C. Hovey. 

The Warm Stratum existing at a Great Height in the Atmosphere. 
A. Lawrence Rotch. 

High-level Terraces of New England. 
J. W. Spencer. 

Note upon the Structure of the Pre-Cambrian Gneiss of the Santa 
Catalina Mountains, Arizona. 
Wm. p. Blake. 

Studies of the Tracks of Climatichnites. 
C. H. Hitchcock and W. Patten. 

The Altitude of the Algonquin Beach ; and its Significance. 
J. W. GoldthwaiTE. (Illustrated by lantern slides.) 

Changes in the Recession of the Falls of Niagara. 

J. W. Spencer. (Illustrated by lantern slides.) 

Pre-glacial Erie Outlet. 

J. W. Spencer. (Illustrated by lantern slides.) 



334 SECTION t. 

The excursion to Mount Ascutney, Wednesday, July i, was shared 
by twenty-two members. A number accompanied Dr. Daly in a drive 
about the base of the mountain and to Little Ascutney to examine 
the igneous rocks and contact phenomena. The others ascended the 
principal height. In the view from the summit the oldest recognizable 
peneplain of the region was studied and certain differences of opinion 
as to its character were developed. To some of those present, the 
reduction of the surface toward a general peneplain appeared less 
complete than had been expected, and the appearance of the topog- 
raphy suggested that of certain mid-Tertiary slopes and heights. 

From the excursion to Mount Ascutney members of Section E 
returned to Hanover to take part in the general exercises, including 
the trip to the Corbin Game Park on Thursday, July 2. 

On Friday and Saturday a number proceeded from Hanover to 
Littleton, N. H., under the guidance of Professor Hitchcock, and 
examined the stratigraphy of the Silurian rocks, from which trilobites 
and brachipods were collected. 

[Abstracts of all of above papers appear in Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxviii, No. 716, September 18, 1908.] 



SECTION F 



ZOOLOGY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION F. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
C. JuDSON Herrick, Chicago, 111. 

Secretary. 
Maurice A. Bigelow, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. 
Carl H. Eigenmann, Bloomington, Ind. 

Sectional Committee. 

E. B. Wilson, Vice-President, 1907; C. J. Herrick, Vice-President, 

1908; M. A. Bigelow, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

Frank Smith, i year; W. E. Ritter, 2 years; A. W. BlEilE, 3 years; 

A. L. Treadwell, 4 years ; C. C. Nutting, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George E. Coghill, Granville, Ohio. 



[No meeting of Section F was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



SECTION G. 



BOTANY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION G. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Herbert M. Richards, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Henry C. Cowles, Chicago, 111. 

Member of Council. 
Frederic E. Clements, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Sectional Committee. 

C. E. Bessey, Vice-President, 1907; H. M. Richards, Vice-President, 

1908; H. C. CowLES, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

W. J. Beal, I year; C. R. Barnes, 2 years; Wm. TrelEase, 3 years; 

R. A. Harper, 4 years ; , 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Mason B. Thomas, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

[No meeting of Section G was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



- SECTION H. 



Anthropology and Psychology. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION H. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Franz Boas, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Geo. H. Pepper, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. 
B. T. B. Hyde, New York, N. Y. 

Sectional Committee. 

R. S. WooDWORTH, Vice-President, 1907; Franz Boas, Vice-President, 

1908; George H. Pepper, Secretary, 1903- 1908. 

George Grant MacCurdy, i year ; Ales Hrdlicka, 2 years ; Franz 

Boas, 3 years ; W. H. Holmes, 4 years ; R. B. Dixon, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George Grant MacCurdy, New Haven, Conn. 



[No meeting of Section H was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



SECTION I. 



Social and Economic Science 



OFFICERS OF SECTION I. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William Graham Sumner, New Haven, Conn. 

Secretary. 
J. Pease Norton, New Haven, Conn. 

Member of Council. 
Irving Fisher, New Haven, Conn. 

,, . , / Sectional Committee. 

■ •i.1f:/i..;;> 1 : • , . • . . 

John Franklin Crovvell, Vice-President, 1907; William Graham, 

Sumner, Vice President, 1908; J. Pease Norton, Secretary. 

I 907- I 908. 

W. R. Lazenby, I year ; E. L. Corthell, 2 years ; Carroll D. Wright, 
3 years; Chas. A. Conant, 4 years; Irving Fisher, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
John Franklin Crowell, New York, N. Y. 



[No meeting of Section I was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



SECTION K. 



Physiology and Experimental 
Medicine. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION K. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William H. Howell, Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary. 
Wm. J. GiES, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. > 

Edwin O. Jordan, Chicago, 111. 

Sectional Committee. 

LuDViG Hektoen, Vice-President, 1907; William H. Howell, Vice- 
President, 1908; Wm. J. GiES, Secretary, 1904-1908. 
J. McK. Cattell, I year; Frederick G. Novy, 2 years; Graham Lusk, 
3 years; Jacques Loeb, 4 years; C. S. Minot, S years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Howard T. Ricketts, Chicago, 111. 

[No meeting of Section K was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



SECTION L. 



EDUCATION. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION L. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
John Dewey, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Charles R. Mann, Chicago, 111. 

Member of Council. 
Chas. S. Howe, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Sectional Committee. 

Elmer Ellsworth Brown, Vice-President, 1907; John Dewey, Vice- 
President, 1908; Chas. R. Mann, Secretary, 1908-1912. 
C. S. Howe, i year; T. M. BalliET, 2 years; E. L. Thorndike, 3 years; 
C. M. Woodward, 4 years; C. H. Judd, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Daniel P. MacMillan, Chicago, 111. 

[No meeting of Section L was held and no papers presented before 
this section at the Hanover meeting.] 



EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 



EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 



Report of the General Secretary. 



THE HANOVER MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIA- 
TION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. 

The special summer meeting of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science held at Hanover, N. H., on the invitation of 
Dartmouth College, from June 29 to July 2, took place in accordance 
with the program as prepared. The local committee, vi^ith Dean Robert 
Fletcher as chairman and Professor H. H. Home as secretary, had 
made admirable arrangements for the reception and entertainment of 
members, and the college campus and buildings and the beautiful sur- 
rounding country were of even greater interest than had been antici- 
pated. 

The meeting was called to order at 8 P. M. on June 29 in the 
auditorium of Dartmouth Hall, and an address of welcome was given 
by the acting president of the college. Dr. John King Lord, who drew 
attention to the large place science now has in the college curriculum 
as compared with the conditions when the college was founded some 
one hundred and forty years ago. The president of the Association, 
Dr. T. C. Chamberlin, of the University of Chicago, responded on be- 
half of the Association and the visiting members. He laid stress on 
the increasing use of the scientific method in all subjects included in 
the college course and the importance of this movement for the future 
of society. 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, June 30 and July i. Section B and 
Section E of the Association held sessions for the reading of scientific 
papers in conjunction with the American Physical Society and the 
Geological Society of America. On the evening of June 30, Pro- 
fessor J. W. Spencer gave a public lecture entitled "The Spoliation 
of Niagara," and, on July i, Mr. T. S. Palmer lectured on "The 
American Bison." On the following day, there was a general excursion 
to the Blue Mountain Forest Park, established by the late Mr. Austin 
Corbin to preserve the buffalo, moose, elk and other large animals of 
the American wilderness now threatened with extinction. Before, 
during and after the meeting there were excursions of much interest, 
arranged by the section of geology and geography. 



350 EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

The committee on policy of the Association held a meeting with 
Messrs. Woodward, Chamberlin, Britton, Cattell, Nichols and Howard 
in attendance. In view of the facts that only two sections met at 
Hanover and that the attendance was small, it was decided that all 
business for the council should be postponed to the Baltimore meeting. 
It was announced, however, that Professor John Dewey, of Columbia 
University, had been elected chairman of the Section of Education ; 
that the American Medical Association, the American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers and the American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers will hereafter be represented on the council of the Associa- 
tion; that the membership of the Association now exceeds 6,000, and 
that progress has been made in the arrangements for a meeting in 
Hawaii in the summer of 1910. The following letter was received 
from the Hawaiian Promotion Committee : 

Hawaii Committee 

1910 Convention 

American Association 

for the Advancement of Science. 

Governor W. F. Frear, Chairman. 

A. F. Griffiths, Vice-Chairman. 

A. F. JuDD, Secretary. 

Honolulu, T. H., June 12, 1908. 
Dr. L. O. Howard, Permanent Secretary, 

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 
Hanover, N. H. 

Dear Sir: At a meeting called by Acting Governor E. A. Mott-Smith 
at the Governor's office to consider your letter in reference to the 
invitation of the American Association for the Advancement of 
Science to hold its convention, summer meeting, in 1910 in Hawaii, the 
invitation was cordially endorsed. The expressions of opinion left no 
doubt that the Association would receive a hearty welcome in Hawaii. 

The following resolutions were adopted : 

"Resolved, That it is the sense of this meeting that a reply to the 
letter of Dr. L. O. Howard, Permanent Secretary of the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, dated May 12, 1908, 
stating that an invitation had been received for the Association to 
hold a meeting in Hawaii in the summer of 1910, which invitation had 
been tentatively accepted, "provided suitable arrangements can be made," 
and wherein he asks certain questions, be replied to, as follows : 

First. That the invitation to the Association to come to Hawaii is 
one which the people of the Islands generally and heartily approve. 

Second. That the Association will be more than welcome. 

Third. That the committees on reception and entertainment can and 
will be formed, consisting of the leading people of the Territory; that 
it is our belief that special expressions to this effect will be formally 
adopted at an early date by all the leading scientific, educational, com- 
mercial, political and social organizations in Hawaii. 



REPORT OF THE GEMERAL SECRETARY. 351 

Fourth. That entertainment at Honolulu will be furnished free to 
a large proportion of the members of the Association, and at greatly 
reduced rates to the remainder of them. 

Fifth. That the question of transportation offers the greatest problem 
in connection with the invitation. As to this point, it is the belief 
of this meeting that the problem can be solved satisfactorily. 

An organization was at once effected which will do everything 
possible to bring the Association to Hawaii and to provide for the 
entertainment of members who come. The list of the members of 
this representative organization follows : 

W. F. Frear, Governor of Hawaii, Chairman. 

A. F. Griffiths, President of the Trustees of the Oahu College, 
Vice-Chairman. 
A. F. Judd, lawyer, Secretary. 

E. A. MottSmith, Secretary of Hawaii. 

Jared G. Smith, Director Hawaii Experiment Station. 

F. L- Waldron, commission merchant, Chairman Hawaii Promotion 
Committee. 

C. S. Holloway, Engineer, President and Executive Officer, Board of 
Commissioners of Agriculture and Forestry. 

P. L. Home, President, Kamehameha Schools. 

D. L. Van Dine, Entomologist, Hawaii Experiment Station. 

C. F. Eckhart, Chemist, Hawaii Sugar Planters' Experiment Station. 

S. B. Dole, U. S. District Judge, Ex-Governor, etc. 

R. A. Duncan, Territorial Food Commissioner. 

W. T. Brigham, Director Bernice P. Bishop Museum. 

W. R. Brinckerhoff, U. S. Public Health and Marine Hospital Service. 

H. R. Trent, President, Trent Trust Company. 

L. A. Thurston, lawyer. 

W. A. Bryan, President, Pacific Scientific Institution. 

J. E. Higgins, Hawaii Experiment Station. 

F. G. Krauss, Hawaii Experiment Station. 

L. Lewton-Brain, Hawaii Sugar Planters' Experiment Station. 

R. S. Hosmer, Territorial Forester. 

A. Gartley, Manager, Hawaiian Electric Company, Regent College 
of Hawaii, etc. 

This organization will include later many others who will join in 
the welcome and entertainment of the Association. 

The officers are Governor Walter F. Frear, Cliairman ; A. F. Griffiths, 
Vice-Chairman; A. F. Judd, Secretary. 

I send you herewith copies of resolutions and letters from prac- 
tically all the scientific, educational, social and commercial organizations 
in the city whose assurances of good-will and support fairly voice the 
unanimous feelings of the community. 

The generous offer of the Trustees of the Oahu College of the free 
use of the College Halls for the meetings of the Association and its 
sections assure the committee of satisfactory and adequate places in 
which to hold the meetings of the convention. The satisfactory enter- 
tainment of the members is certain. Many will receive invitations to 
be guests in private homes. Many may prefer to live in the college 



352 EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

dormitories. The hotel accommodations of the city in addition are 
admirable. 

The question of cheap transportation has already been taken up by 
the committee. In this matter, we shall wish and shall need your 
co-operation as well as that of the other officers and members of the 
Association. The committee is sanguine that a fairly good rate can 
be secured. 

We hope that the advantages as well as the pleasure of holding the 
convention in Hawaii will be brought out in both the Hanover and 
Baltimore meetings. We are now preparing a statement of the unusual 
opportunities for scientific study that Hawaii offers. We shall have this 
ready for your use at an early date. 

Assuring you that Hawaii will royally welcome and entertain as 
many members as can come to the 1910 convention, we remain, 

Very truly yours, 

(Sgd.) A. F. JuDD, 

Secretary. 
A. F. Griffiths, V ice-Chairman. 

(Note: Oiving to diMculties of transportation, the Council at the 
Boston meeting authorized the postponement of the Hawaiian trip un- 
til a later date. — Permanent Secretary.) 



Index for Hanover Meeting 

(For Baltimore Index, see page 483.) 
(For Boston Index, see page 651.) 



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a great height in th 



Act of -Incorporation 

Algonquin Beach, The altitude of the; and its significance 

Anthropology and psychology 

Association of American Geologists and Naturalists, Meetings 

and officers of the 
Astronomy, Mathematics and 
Atmosphere, The isothermal layer of the 

warm stratum existing at 
Blake, Wm. P., Paper by . . . 
Botany ...... 

Brush, Charles F., Paper by 

Cady, W. G., Paper by . . . 

Chemistry, ..... 

Chrisler, V. L-, Paper by 

Climatichnites, Studies of the tracks of . . . 
Cloud experiment, Wilson's, Demonstration of, etc. . 
Committee, Local, of the Hanover Meeting 

executive, of the Hanover Meeting 
Committees, Special, of the Association 
Comstock, Daniel F., Paper by .... 

Constitution ........ 

Council of the Hanover Meeting .... 

Dispersion and electric double refraction in liquids, A study of 

Dorsey, H. G., Paper by 

Economic science. Social and . . . . . 

Education .......... 

Electrical properties of silicon, Some .... 

Electric double refraction in liquids, A study of dispersion anc 
Electromagnetic mass and energy ..... 

Engineering, Mechanical science and .... 

Erie outlet, Pre-glacial ....... 

Ether, Changes in density of the, and some optical effects pro 

duced by it . 

Ewell, A. W., Paper by 

Executive proceedings ....... 

Expansion at low temperatures. Coefficients of 

Fluorescence of uranium glass, The influence of temperature 

on the 
Geography, Geology and 
Geology and geography 
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N. H., Local geology of ... . 
Hitchcock, C. H., and W. Patten, Paper by 

Paper by 
Hovey, Horace C., Paper by 
Hull, G. F., Papers by 
Humphreys, W. J., Paper by 
Incorporation, Act of 
Isothermal layer of the atmosphere. The 
Judd, A. F., Letter by . . . 
Light pressure on black surfaces and on thin plates of glass 

(with experimental demonstration) 
Liquids, A comparative investigation of dispersion and electric 

double refraction in 
McComb, H. E., Paper by 
McDowell, L. S., Paper by 
Mammoth Cave, Recent explorations in, with a revised map of 

the cave . . . 
Mathematics and astronomy 
Mechanical science and engineering . 
Medicine, experimental, physiology and 
Meetings of the Association 
Metal and a solution of one of its solids, A new method for 

determining the difference of potential between a 
Metallic arc. On oscillations in the .... 
Metals, Effects of absorbed hydrogen and of other gases on the 

photoelectric activity of 
New England, High-level terraces of 
Niagara, Falls of, Changes in the recession of the 
Nichols, Edward L., Paper by . 
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Patten, W., and C. H. Hitchcock, Paper by 
Phosphorescence, short-time, A study of . 
Photoelectric activity of metals, Effects of absorbed hydrogen 

and of other gases on the 
Physics ...... 

Physiology and experimental medicine 

Potential, difference of, between a metal and a solution of one 

of its solids, A new method for determining 
Pre-Cambrian gneiss of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona 

Note upon the structure of the 
Pre-glacial Erie outlet 
Psychology, Anthropology and 
Report of the general secretary 

secretary of Section B 
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Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona, Note upon 

the Pre-Cambrian gneiss of the 
Secretary, general. Report of the 

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G, Officers of 
H, Officers of 
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Selenium cells, An experimental study of 

Silicon, Some electrical properties of 

Skies, overcast, A study of 

Social and economic science 

Spencer, J. W., Papers by 

Terraces, High-level, of New Englanc 

Uranium glass. The influence of temperature on tl 

Waggener, C. W., Paper by 

Warm stratum existing at a great height in 

Wick, Frances G., Paper by 

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THE SIXTIETH MEETING 



BALTIMORE, MD. 



DECEMBER 28. 1908, to JANUARY 2, 1909. 



WINTER MEETING 



ADDRESS 



BY 



THE RETIRING PRESIDENT OF THE 
ASSOCIATION. 



SCIENCE AND THE PRACTICAL PROBLEMS OF THE 
FUTURE. 

Edward L. Nichols, Ph. D. 
Science, N. S., Vol. xxix, No. 731, January i, 1909. pp. i-io. 



SECTION A. 



Mathematics and Astronomy. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION A. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Cassius J. Keyser, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
George A. Miller, Urbana, 111. 

Member of Council. 
George Bruce Halsted, Greeley, Colo. 

Sectional Committee. 

E. O. Lovett, Vice-President, 1907; C. J. Keyser, Vice-President, 1908; 

George A. Miller, Secretary, 1907- 1912. 

E. B. Frost, i year ; E. O. Lovett, 2 years ; Harris Hancock, 3 years ; 

F. R. MouLTON, 4 years ; E. W. Brown, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Forest R. Moulton, Chicago, 111. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



The Problem of Several Bodies : Recent Progress in its Solution. 

Address by Edgar OdELL LovETT, Rice Institute, Vice-President 
and Chairman of Section A for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 7:^3, January 15, 1909, 
pp. 81-91. 



The Spectrum of Mars. (Read by John A. Miller.) 

V. M. SliphER, Lowell Observatory, Flagstaff, Ariz. 

Astrophysical Journal, December, 1908. 



Spectrum of Comet Morehouse. (Presented by William S. Eichel- 
berger.) 

Edwin B. Frost and John A. Parkhurst, Yerkes Observatory, 
Williams Bay, Wis. 

Astrophysical Journal, Vol. xxix, January, 1909, pp. 

55-64- 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 731, January i, 1909, 

PP- 36-37- 



On the Changes in the Tail of Comet Morehouse (Read by title.) 

Edward E. Barnard, Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 

pp. 153-154- 
Proceedings', American Philosophical Society. 



The Orbit of the Algol-type Variable Delta Librae. (Read by John 
A. Brashear.) 

Frank SchlESInger, Allegheny Observatory, Allegheny, Pa. 
Allegheny Observatory Publications, Vol. L 



The 6-inch Transit Circle of the U. S. Naval Observatory. 

Milton Updegraff, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 

pp. 154-155- 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 741, March 12, 1909, 
p. 421. 



366 SECTION A. 

On Certain Implications of Possible Changes in the Form and Dimen- 
sions of the Sun, and Some Suggestions for Explaining Certain 
Phenomena of Variable Stars. (Read by Edward D. Roe.) 
Forest R. Moulton, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Astrophysical Journal, May, 1909. 



On the Spectra of Alpha Virginis and Similar Stars. (Read by John 
A. Brashear.) 

Robert H. Baker, Allegheny Observatory, Allegheny, Pa. 
Allegheny Observatory Publications. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 
P- 155- 



The Orbit of Alpha Coronae Borealis. (Read by John A. Brashear.) 
F. C. Jordan, Allegheny Observatory, Allegheny, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 
p. 153- 



Radial Velocities in Professor Boss' Star Stream in Taurus. (Presented 
by Gordon F. Hull.) 

Edwin B. Frost, Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wis. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 
p. 156. 



The Interaction of Sun-spots. (Presented by Gordon F. Hull.) 

Philip Fox and Giorgio Abetti, Yerkes Observatory, Williams 
Bay, Wis. 

Astrophysical Journal, Vol. xxix, No. i, January, 1909, 
p. 40. 



Elliptic Realms of Rationality. 

Harris Hancock, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 734, January 22, 1909, 

pp. 156-157- 
American Journal of Mathematics. 



PAPERS READ. 367 

Algebraic Solution of the "Three Point" Problem. (Read by title.) 
Artemas Martin, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Mathematical Magazine, Vol. ii, No. 12 (second part). 



Esperanto and a Sexdecimal Notation. 

J. BuRKiTT Webb, Hoboken, N. J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 
P- 157- 



Comet Morehouse. 

John A. Miller and Walter R. Mariott, Swarthmore Col- 
lege, Swarthmore, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 
P- 157- 



On the Interpolation Formula of Geophysics. 

Louis A. Bauer, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Car- 
negie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 734, January 22, 1909, 
pp. 157-158. 



A. Graphical Aid to the Determination of Latitude and Azimuth from 
Polaris Observations. 

Harlan W. Fisk, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Car- 
negie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Terrestrial Magnetism and .A.tmospheric 
Electricity, Vol. xiv, June, 1909. 



SECTION B. 



PHYSICS. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION B. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Kari, E. GuthE, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Secretary. 
Alfred D. Cole, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

Member of Council. 
Henry Crew, Evanston, III. 

Sectional Committee. 

D. C. Miller, Vice-President, 1907; K. E. Guthe, Vice-President, 

1908; A. D. Cole, Secretary, 1907-1911. 

F. E. NiPHER, I year; E. L. Nichols, 2 years; A. Trowbridge, 3 years; 

E. B. Rosa, 4 years ; A. P. Carman, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
H. S. Carhart, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



The Influence of the Material of Wind Instruments on the Tone 
Quality. 

Address by Dayton C. Miller, Case School of Applied 
Science, Vice-President and Chairman of Section B for 
1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 735, January 29, 1909, 
pp. 161-170. 



Fatigue of Metals Excited by Roentgen Rays. 

Louis T. More and R. E. C. Gowdy, University of Cincinnati, 
Cincinnati, O. 

Philosophical Magazine, London, 1909. 



Errors in Magnetic Testing of Ring Specimens. 

M. G. Lloyd, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. v, p. 435, February, 

1909. 
Electrical World, No. 52, p. 1395, December 26, 1908. 



Some Data regarding recent Magnetic Storms. 

Louis A. Bauer, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Car- 
negie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 468. 



Optical Properties of Electrolytic Films of Iron, Nickel and Cobalt. 

C. A. Skinner and A. Q. Tool, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, Neb. 

Philosophical Magazine, December, 1908. 



An Absolute Gauge for Measuring High Hydrostatic Pressures. 

P. W. Bridgman, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Proceedings, American Academy of Art and Sciences, 
Vol. XLiv, No. 8, 1909. 



372 SKCTION B. 

The Resistance of Mercury as a Secondary Gauge for High Pressures. 
P. W. Bridgman, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
Vol. xliv, No. 9, 1909. 



Methods for Measuring Compressibilities at High Pressures. 

P. W. Bridgman, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
Vol. xliv, No. ID, 1909. 



An Experimental Determination of the Terminal Velocity of Fall of 
Small Spheres in Air. 

John ZelEny and L. W. McKeEhan, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Physical Review, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, INIarch 19, 1909, 
p. 469. 



Note on the Effect of the Phase of Harmonics in Sound Waves. 

M. G. Lloyd and P. G. Agnew, Bureau of Standards, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. vi. No. 2. 



Magnetic Double Refraction Normal to the Field in Liquids. 
C. A. Skinner, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 
Philosophical Magazine, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 469. 



The Absorption Spectra of Various Potassium and Uranyl Salts in 
Solution. 

Harry C. Jones and W. W. Strong, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 469. 



New Series in the Spectra of Ca., Sr. and Ba. 

Frederick A. Saunders, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Astrophysical Journal, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
pp. 469-470. 



PAPERS READ. 373 

Ionization in Closed Vessels. 

W. W. Strong, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Physical Review, July, 1908. 



Velocity of the Negative Ions Produced by Ultra-violet Rays in Various 
Gases at Different Pressures and Temperatures. 

Alois F. Kovarik, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Physical Review^, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 470. 



Momentum Effects in Electrical Discharge. 

Francis E. Nipher, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 470. 



Electrical Stimulation of Plant Growth. 
Amon B. Plowman, Beaver, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 470. 



Note on the Kathode Equilibrium of the Weston Cell. 

Frank A. Wou'F, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 

p. 471. 
Physical Review, Vol. xxviii, p. 309, April, 1909. 



The Theory of Coupled Circuits. 

LoL'is Cohen, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 
Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. v, No. 4. 
Zeitschrift fiir Drahtlossen Telegraphie und Telephonie. 



Photographic Registration of Sounds. 

Dayton C. MileER, Case School of Applied Science, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 

p. 471- 
Physical Review, February, 1909. 



374 SECTION B. 

The Thermodynamics of Saturated Vapors. 

John E. SiEbEl, Zymotechnic Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Original Communications of Zymotechnic Institute, 
Chicago, Vol. iv, No. i. May i, 1909. 



The Heat Balance in Thermoelectric Batteries. 

John E. SiEbEL, Zymotechnic Institute, Chicago, 111. 

Original Communications of Zymotechnic Institute. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 471. 



The Effect of the Magnetic Impurities in the Copper Coils of Moving 
Coil Galvanometers upon their Sensitiveness, Hysteresis and Zero 
Shift. 

Anthony ZelEny, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Physical Review, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 471. 



The Three Temperature Coefficients of the Moving Coil Galvanometer 
and their Relation to the Temperature Coefficients of its Various 
Parts. 

Anthony ZelEny and O. Ho\t)a, University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Physical Review, Vol. xxviii, p. 277, 1909. 



A New Method for the Absolute Measurement of Resistance. 

Edward Bennett Rosa, Bureau of Standards', Washington, 
D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. v, No. 4. 



A Plea for Terrestrial and Cosmical Physics. 

Louis A. Bauer, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Car- 
negie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 

pp. 566-570. 
Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 37, 1909, pp. 27-29. 



PAPERS READ. 375 

The Ellipticity of the Earth is Not a Proof of a Former Liquid State. 
John F. Hayford, College of Engineering, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
pp. 472-473- 



Atomic Theories. 

Louis T. More, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. 

Hibbert Journal, July, 1909. 



An Electrical Method for Determining the Amount of Moisture in 
Grain and Other Materials. 

Anthony ZelEny, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
The Minnesota Engineer, Vol. xvii, 1909, p. 163. 



On the Extra Transmission of Electric Waves. 

Frederic C. Blake, Ohio State University, Columbus, O. 
Physical Review, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 473- 



Entladungsstrahlen. 

Elizabeth R. L.mkd, Mount Holyoke College, South Had- 
ley, Mass. 

Physical Review, 1909. 



A Spectrometer for Electromagnetic Radiation. 

Alfred D. Cole, Ohio State University, Columbus, O. 

Bulletin, Scientific Laboratories of Denison University, 

Vol. xiv, Article 11, 1909. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19. 1909, 
PP- 473-474- 



A Method of Determining the Electrode Potentials of the Alkali 
Metals. 

Gilbert N. Lewis and Charles A. Kraus, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
P- 474. 



376 SECTION B. 

Non-Newtonian Mechanics and the Principle of Relativity. 

Gilbert N. Lewis and Richard C. Tolman, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
1909. 



On the Influence of Temperature and Transverse Magnetization upon 
the Electrical Resistance of Bismuth and Nickel. 

Frederic C. BeakE, Ohio State University, Columbus, O. 
Annalender Physik, iv, Vol. 28, p. 449. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
P- 474- 



A New Form of Standard Resistance. 

Edward Bennett Rosa, Bureau of Standards, Washington, 
D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. v. No. 2. 



A Proposed Modification of the Kirchhoflf Method for the Absolute 
Measurement of Resistance. 

Frank Wenner, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, INIarch 19, 1909, 
. P- 475- 



An Instrument Designed for More Precise Determination of the Mag- 
netic Declination at Sea. 

William J. Peters, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, 
Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Terrestrial Magnetism and Atmospheric Electricity, 
March, 1909. 



The Electrical Conductivity of the Atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean. 
Paul H. Dike, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Car- 
negie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19. 1909, 
p. 475- 



PAPIiRS RUAD. 377 

Ultra-violet Absorption and Fluorescence and the Complete Balmer 
Series of Sodium Vapor. 

R. W. Wood, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
PP- 475-476. 



Results of Some Recent Intercomparisons of Magnetic Standards by 
the Carnegie Institution of Washington. 

John A. Fleming, Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, 
Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 476. 



A Critical Review of the Problem of Pressure in the Kinetic Theory 
of Gases. 

LuiGi d'Auria, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Popular Astronomy, 1909. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909. 
p. 476. 



The Dynamophone. 

J. BuRKiTT Webb, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, 
N.J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
pp. 476-477. 



Some Optical Effects of Changes in Ether Density. (Read by title.) 
Ch.'VrlES F. Brush, Cleveland, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742. March 19. 1909, 
p. 477. 



The Lumeter, a Practical Measure of General Luminosity. (Read by 
title.) 

Henry E. Wetherill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Journal, Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, September, 
1908, p. 227. 



37^ SECTION B. 

A Ballistic Dynamometer Method of Measuring Hysteresis Loss in 
Iron. (Read by title.) 

Martin A. Rice and Burton McCollum, University of Kansas. 
Lawrence, Kan. 

Engineering Bulletin, University of Kansas, Vol. i, 

No. I. 
Physical Review, August, 1909. 



On the Diurnal Variations in the Intensity of the Penetrating Radia- 
tion Present at the Surface of the Earth. 

G. A. Cline, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 477- 



On the Character of the Radiation from Potassium. 

J. C. McLennan, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
P- 477. 



Arc and Spark Phenomena in the Secondary of a High Potential 
Transformer. (Read by title.) 

Edwin S. Johonnott, Rose Polytechnic Institute. Terre Haute, 
Ind. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 742, March 19, 1909, 
p. 477- 



The Upper Inversion in the Atmosphere. 

WiixiAM J. Humphreys, Mount Weather Observatory, Va. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19. 1909. 

pp. 477-478. 
Astrophysical Journal, January, 1909. 



Some Results in Solar Magnetism. 

WiixiAM J. Humphreys, Mount Weather Observatory, Va. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 

p. 478. 
Terrestrial Magnetism and Atmospheric Electricity, 
December, 1908. 



PAPERS READ. 379 

Note on Thermoluminescence. 

Elizabeth R. Laird, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, 
Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 742, March 19, 1909, 

p. 478. 
Physical Review, February, 1909. 



I 



I 



SECTION C. 



CHEMISTRY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION C. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Louis KahlEnberg, Madison, Wis. 

Secretary. 
Charles H. Herty, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Member of Council. 
George B. Frankforter, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Sectional Committee. 
H. P. Talbot, Vice-President, 1907; L. KahlEnbErg, Vice-President, 

1908; C. H. Herty, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

0. B. Frankforter, i year; Wm. McPherson, 2 years; W. J. GiES, 

3 years; L. P. Kinnicutt, 4 years; Frank K. Cameron, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
John H. Long, Chicago, 111. 



AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 



President. 
Marston T. Bogert, New York. 

Secretary. 

Charles L. Parsons, Durham, N. H. 

Editors. 
W. A. NoYEs and W. D. Richardson. 

Treasurer. 
A. P. Hallock. 

Librarian. 
E. G. Love. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



GENERAL SESSION. 

Science Teaching as a Career. 

Address by Henky P. Talbot, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology, Vice-President and Chairman of Section C 
for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 732, January 8, 1909, 
pp. 45-53- 



JOINT MEETING WITH THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY. 



The Efficiency and Deficiencies of the College-trained Chemist when 
Tested in the Technical Field. 

William H. Nichols, New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 306. 



To what Extent should College Training confer Practical Efficiency 
along Technical Lines? 

Louis M. Dennis, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
March, 1909, p. 194. 



The Attitude of Technical Institutions to Post-graduate Study. 
William McMurtrie, New York, N. Y. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 

March, 1909, pp. 196-198. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 746, April 16, 1909, 
pp. 601-605. 



384 SUCTION C. 

The Function of Chemistry in the Conservation of our Natural Re- 
sources. 

Marston T. Bogert, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Journal, American Chemical Society, February, 1909. 



The Untilled Field of Chemistry. 

Arthur D. Little, Boston, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, pp. 

719-723. 
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. I, No. 2, February, 1909. 



The Use and Abuse of the Ionic Theory. 

Gilbert N. Lewis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxx, No. i, July 2, 1909, pp. 1-6. 



The Work of Werner on the Constitution of Inorganic Compounds. 
Charles H. Herty, University of North Carolina, Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 306. 



The Future of Agricultural Chemistry. 

Homer J. Wheeler, Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment 
Station, Kingston, R. I. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 747, April 23, 1909, pp. 
647-653- 



The Quantitative Study of Organic Reactions. 

Solomon F. Agree, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 306. 



The Classification of Carbon Compounds. 

Edward KrEmErs, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 306. 



pape;rs r£;ad. 385 



AGRICULTURAL, SANITARY AND FOOD CHEMISTRY 
SECTION. 



Homer J. WhEELER, Chairman. 



Analyses of Milk Products. 

Edward GudEman, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
pp. 306-307. 



i 



Effect of Fresh and Well-rotted Manure on Denitrification and Plant 
Growth. 

Edwin B. Fred, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
P- 307- 



The Calorimic Determination of Nitrates in Soil Solutions containing 
Organic Matter. 

W. A. Syme, Raleigh, N. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. I, No. 3, March, 1909. 



Change in Composition of Underground Cereals during Storage. 

Sherman Leavitt and J. Arthur LeClErc, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. I, No. 5, May, 1909. 



The Importance of Experience in the Interpretation of the Results of 
Chemical Analyses. 

H. H. Hanson, Maine Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Orono, Me. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
p. 307. 



386 SECTION c. 

Lead Test in Cider Vinegar Analysis. 
F. A. Norton, Aspinwall, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
pp. 307-308. 



Normal Occurrence of Boric Acid in Virginia Peanuts. 
F. A. Norton, Aspinwall, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
p. 308. 



To Determine Fat in Sweetened Condensed Milk. 
C. B. Cochran, West Chester, Pa. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol I, No. 2, February, 1909. 



The Anti-putrescent Effects of Copper Salts. 
Alfred Springer, Cincinnati, O. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



The Composition of the Oregon Hop. 

Charles E. Bradley, Agricultural Experiment vStation, Cor- 
vallis, Ore. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
p. 308. 



The Effect of Low Temperatures on B. coli and B. typhosus in Sterilized, 
Artificially Infected Milk. 

George W. StilES, Jr., Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
pp. 308-309. 



The Quantity of Copper absorbed in the Process of Greening Vegetables 

and the Effect thereof on Digestibility. 

Harvey W. Wiley and Herman Schreiber, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. • 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
p. 309. 



PAPERS READ. 



387 



The Composition of Concord, Catawba and Scuppernong Grape Juices. 
Herbert C. Gore, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Applied Chemistry. 
Proceedings, Congress of Applied Chemists. 



A Simple Rapid-process Vinegar Generator for Experimental Purposes. 
Herbert C. Gore, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. I, April, 1909, p. 260. 



Some Reactions of Coal-tar Colors. 

C. B. Cochran, West Chester, Pa. 

Proceedings, A. O. A. C, 1908. 



Copper Compounds with Protein and their Relative Digestibility. 

Harvey W. Wiley and Herman SchreibER, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February, 19, 1909, 
p. 309- 



Prairie Soil of Unusual Composition. 

F. J. Aeway, Agricultural Expermient Station, Lincoln, Neb. 
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol I, No. 2, February, 1909. 



The Determination of Essential Oil and Alcohol in Flavoring Extracts. 
Julius Hortvet and Rodney Mott West, St. Paul, Minn. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
February, 1909. 



The Fruit of Medeola Virginica. 

Nicholas Knight and Lois E. Poyneer, Cornell College, 
Mt. Vernon, la. 

Chemical News, February 26, 1909. 



388 SECTION c. 

The Reactions between Clays, Soils and Mucks, and the Manurial Soils. 
Fred W. Morse; and B. E. Curry, New Hampshire College, 
Durham, N. H. 

Biennial Report, N. H. Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, 1908. 



The Influence of Lime in Contact with Clays and Soils. 

Fred W. Morse and B. E. Currv, New Hampshire College, 
Durham, N. H. 

Biennial Report, N. H. Agricultural Experiment Sta- 
tion, IQ08. 



BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY SECTION IN JOINT SESSION 

WITH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BIOLOGICAL 

CHEMISTS. 



John J. Abel, Cliainiian ami President. 



Enzymes of Some Lower Fungi. 

Arthur W. Dox, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 

Seience, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 309- 



Some of the Fermentative Properties of Bacteria. 
David H. Bergey, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Seience, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 309- 



The Indirect Calorimetric Estimation of Small Amounts of P2C6 with 
Uranium Acetate and Potassium Ferrocyanide. 

Robert B. Gibson, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



PAPERS READ. 389 

Factors which Influence the Determination of Kreatinin. 

Frank C. Cook, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 310. 



On the Oxidation of Carbon Monoxide. 

Joseph H. KastlE, U. S. Treasury Department. Washington, 
D. C. 

Journal of Biological Chemistry. 

Proceedings, American Society of Biological Chemists, 
Vol. vi. No. 2, May, 1909, pp. 18-24. 



The Relations of Magnesium and Phosphorus to Growth in the Fungi. 
Howard S. Reed, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



Is Platinum Black Capable of Effecting the Hydrolysis of Ethyl 
Butyrate? 

A. S. LoEVENH.'XRT. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
Journal of Biological Chemistry, May, 1909. 



The Absorption and Partial Purification of Catalase from Liver. 

Amos W. Peters and H. W. Stewart, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111. 

Proceedings, American Society of Biological Chemists. 



The Diastatic Enzyme of Ripening Meat. 

Amos W. Peters and H. A. Mattill. University of Illinois, 
Urbana, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



390 SECTION c. 

The Influence of the Isomerri of Salicylic Acid on Metabolism. 

ElbErT W. Rockwood, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



Surface Tension as a Factor in the Distribution of Salts in Animal 
and Vegetable Cells. 

A. B. Mac.\llum, Toronto, Canada. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



Esterification of the Bile Acids. 

IsA.\c King Phelps, George Washington University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



Estimation of Total Sulphur. 

Isaac King Phelps, George Washington University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



A Study of Nylander's Reaction. 

M. E. Rehfuss and Philip B. Hawk, University of Illinois, 
Urbana, III. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



The Determination of Iodine in Protein Combinations. 
Louis W. Riggs, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



A Disturbing Factor in Barfoed's Test. 

William H. WelkER, University of Pennsylvania, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 310. 



PAPERS READ. 391 

DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTS AND CHEMICAL 
EiNuINEERS. 



A. D. Little, Chairman. 



The Munroe Crucible. 

Walter O. Snelling, U. S. Testing Station, Pittsburg, Pa. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxi, No. 
4, April, 1909, p. 456. 



The Rapid Determination of Moisture in Commercial Products of a 
Viscous or Semi-solid Consistency. 
Arthur Lowenstein, Chicago, 111. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
April, 1909. 



An Unusual Incrustation on Generator Coils. 

Charles H. EhrEnfeld, Collegiate Institute, York, Pa. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
March, 1909. 



Rapid Analysis of Babbitt Metal. 

Percy H. Walker and H. A. Whitman, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909. 
p. 310. 



The Unsaponifiable Matter in the Oleoresins of Conifers. 

Charles H. Heriy and W. S. Dickson, University of North 
Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



Acceleration Tests of the Resistance to Corrosion of Iron and Steel. 
AllErton S. Cushman, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin 35, Office of Public Roads, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, May 21, 1909. 



392 SECTION C. 

The Changes in Crude Petroleum Effected by Diffusion through Claj'. 
David W. Day. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 311. 



Further Remarks on Vanadium and its Estimation. 
George Auchy, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311. 



Iron, from a Chemical and Commercial Standpoint. 
Paul N. Clancy, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311. 



The Detection of Pin-holes in Tin Plate. 

William Hultz Walker, Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology, Boston, Mass. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineerintr Chemistry, 
May, 1909. 



The Purchase of Material on Specification. 
Hervey J. Skinner, Boston, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 311. 



Some Industrial Applications of the Ives Colorimeter. 
F. A. Olmstead. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 311. 



Factors determining the Efficiency of Trolley Wires. 
C. F. Woods. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 311. 



PAPERS READ. 393 

The Iodine Number and some other Values for China Wood Oil. 

Everett W. Boughton, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 

p. 311. 
Proceedings, 7th International Congress of Applied 
Chemistry, London, May 27 to June 2, 1909. 



Accuracy in Sampling Coal. 

Ervin G. Bailey, Boston, Mass. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
March, 1909. 



The Storage of Beef at Temperatures above the Freezing Point. 
William D. Richardson, U. S. Yards, Chicago, 111. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
February, 1909. 



Observations on the Freezing Out of Colloids with Reference to Frozen 
Meats. 

William D. Richardson, U. S. Yards, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311. 



Observations on Certain Stains applied to Frozen and Unfrozen 
Muscular Tissue. 

William D. Richardson, U. S. Yards, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311- 



Frozen Poultry. 

William D. Richardson, U. S. Yards, Chicago, III. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909. 
p. ill. 



Observations on the Best Methods of Cold Storage. 

William D. Richardson, U. S. Yards, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311- 



394 SECTION c. 

The Commercial Manufacture of Amorphous Calcium Phosphide. 

Charles E. Munroe, George Washington University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. i, March, 1909, p. 178. 



The Distribution of Nitrate of Soda in the United States. 

Charles E. Munroe, George Washington University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. i, May, 1909, p. 297. 



Standard Methods for Determining and Recording the Relative Per- 
manency or Resistance of Coloring Matter to the Common Color 
Destroying Agencies'. 

Louis Atwell Olney, Lowell Textile School, Lowell, Mass. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 311. 



Standardization of Methods for Commercial Analysis of Fats, Greases, 
etc., and the Adoption of Rational Nomenclature for Same. 
Albert G. Stillwell, New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311- 



Guayule and Guayule Rubber. 

Theodore WhittelsEy, Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
April, 1909. 



Lubrication and Lubricants. 

Charles F. Mabery, Case School of Applied Science, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311. 



PAPERS HEAD. 395 

FERTILIZER CHEMISTRY SECTION. 



F. B. Carpenter, Chairman. 



Some Points of Interest in Connection with Present Fertilizer Laws 
and Proposed Fertilizer Legislation. 
Arthur Lowenstein, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 311- 



Potash Experiments in Factory Work showing Heavy Loss by Official 
Method and Possible Means of Preventing this Loss. 
John E. Breckenridge, Carteret, N. J. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
July, 1909. 



The Fertilizer Industry — An Historical Sketch. 

F. B. Carpenter, Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Richmond, 
Va. 

The American Fertilizer, April, 1909. 



A Comparison of Various Methods in bringing about the Solution of 
Potash in Mixed Fertilizers and Tobacco Stems. 
M. H. PiNGREE. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



A Discussion of Methods: for Determining the Availability of Phos- 
phoric Acid in Thomas Phosphate Powder. 
George D. Leavens. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



396 SECTION C. 

A Discussion of Methods for the Determination of Iron and Ahnnina 
in Phosphate Rock. 

F. P. Veitch, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washmg- 
ton, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



Note on the Determination of Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. 

F. B. Carpenter, Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., Richmond, 
Va. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
February, 1909. 



Chemistry and Geology of the Inland Phosphates of the United States 
Lucius P. Brown, Nashville, Tenn. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



Loss of Potash in Commercial Fertilizers. 
Fred. B. Porter, Atlanta, Ga. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
May, 1909. 



Remarks on the Gladding Method for Phosphoric Acid (weighing 
direct the phospho-molybdate precipitate). 
Albert G. Stillwell, New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xjcix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY SECTION. 



Edward KrEmers, Chairman. 



Determination of Acetanilid in Hydrogen Peroxide Solutions. 
Elwyn Waller, Morristown, N. J. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
April, 1909. 



PAPERS READ. 397 

Recent Developments in Preparations for Administering Sulphur. 
Elwyn Waller, IVIorristown, N. J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



The U. S. P. Method for Making Precipitated Sulphur. 

Edward Kremers, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



The U. S. P. Test for Petroleum in Turpentine Oil, and the New 
Process Oils. 

Edward KrEmers, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 312. 



A New Method for Alkaloidal Determinations with Mercuric Potassium 
Iodide. 

G. Heikel. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 313- 



INORGANIC CHEMISTRY SECTION. 



Charles H. Herty, Chairman. 



Denudation in the United States. 

Richard B. Dole and Herman Stabler, U. S. Geological Sur- 
vey, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 

P- 313. 
Report, National Conservation Congress. 
Water Supply Paper, No. 234, 1909, pp. 78-93. 



A Spectroscopic Method for Determining Small Amounts of Lithium. 
W. W. Skinner, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 313. 



398 Si;CTION c. 

Classification of the Elements for Arranging References to Articles. 
(Presented by W. C. Bray, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass.) 

Adolph L. Voce, Concilium Bibliographicum, Zurich, Switzer- 
land. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 313. 



Preliminary Note on a New Volumetric Method for the Determination 
of Cerium in the Presence of other Rare Earths. 

Floyd J. Metzger, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 313. 



Standards of Volumetric Anah'sis. 

Launcelot W. Andrews, St. Louis, Mo. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 313. 



The lodometric Determination of Sulphates and that of Sulphur in 
Coal or in Organic Compounds. 

Launcelot W. Andrews, St. Louis, Mo. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909. 
P- 313. 



The Supposed Presence of lodate in Commercial Potassium Iodide — 
An Illusion. 

Launcelot W. Andrews, St. Louis, Mo. 

Journal, American Chemical Societj', igog. 



Erbium and its Companions (preliminary paper). 
Charles James, Durham, N. H. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 313. 



The Transformation of other Forms of Carbon into Graphite. 
William C. Arsem, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 313- 



PAPERS READ. 399 

Electrolytic Estimation of Lead, using the Mercury Cathode. 
M. Hume Bedford, Urbana, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 313- 



A Method for the Preparation of Standard Hydrochloric Acid. 
George A. HulETT and W. B. Banner, Princeton, N. J. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxi, March, 
1909, P- 390- 



The Atomic Weight of Lithium. 

Theodore W. Richards and Horart H. Willard, Harvard 
University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Publications, Carnegie Institution. 



The Basic Nitrates of Magnesium. 

Charles L. Parsons and George A. Perley, New Hamphsire 
College, Durham, N. H. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 313. 



Barium Sulphate in Analysis in the Munroe Crucible. 

Isaac King Phelps, George Washington University, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 313- 



The Weight of Carbon Dioxide with a Table of Calculated Values. 
Samuel W. Parr, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxi. No. 2, 
February, 1909. 



Ferric Nitrates in Aqueous Solutions. 

Frank K. Cameron and William 0. Robinson, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. xiii. No. 3, 
March, 1909. 



400 SECTION C. 

Review Phosphate Situation. 

Frank K. Cameron and James M. Bei.l, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin, U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



A Study of the Action of Calcium Carbonates on Zinc Sulphate. 

Francis D. Wilson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacks- 
burg, Va. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1909. 



ORGANIC CHEMISTRY SECTION. 



S. F. Agree, Chainnan. 



Preparation of Benzophenone. 

J. Bishop Tingle, McMaster University, Toronto, Canada, 
and William West Holland, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, Baltimore, Md. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Studies in Nitration — VI, Synthesis of Certain Nitranilides. 

J. Bishop Tingle, McMaster University, Toronto, Canada. 
and C. E. Burke, Woodstock College, Woodstock, Ontario, 
Canada. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1909. 



Aniline Derivatives of Certain Unsaturated Dibasic Acids of the 
Aliphatic Series. 

J. Bishop Tingle and S. J. Bates, McMaster University, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1909. 



Rearrangement in the Phthalamidic Acid Series — IV. 

J. Bishop Tingle and B. F. PaktlEtt BrEnton, McMaster 
University, Toronto, Canada. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1909. 



PAPERS READ. 401 

The Synthesis of Orthohydroxyazobenzene. 

William McPhErson and H. J. Lucas, Ohio State Univer- 
sity, Columbus, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 315- 



Occurrence of Diterpenes in Camphoi Oil. 
Alfred Hoffman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 315- 



The Condensation of Acetone with Calcium Oxide. 
Alfred Hoffman, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, June, 1909. 



S-Brom-2Aminobenzoic Acid. 

Alvin S. Wheeler, University of North Carolina, Chapel 
Hill, N. C. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxi. May, 
1909, p. 565. 



Fixation of Labile Hydrogen Atoms by Chloral. 

Alvin S. WhEElER and Strowd Jordan, University of North 
Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 315- 



The Anhydride of Chlorterephthalic Acid. 

John E. BuchEr, Brown University, Providence, R. L 

Journal, American Chemical Society. 



The Oxidation of i-Phenylnaphthaline Derivatives to Benzenepenta- 
carboxylic Acid. 

John E. Bucher, Brown University, Providence, R. L 

Journal, American Chemical Society. 



402 SECTION C. 

Studies in Catalysis. 

Solomon Farley Agree, Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 315- 



Studies in Tautomerism. 

Solomon Farley Agree, Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 315- 



The Alkylation of Tautometric Acids. 

Sidney Niedlinger, Baltimore, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 315. 



The Catalytic Formation of Esters from Amides and Alcohols in the 
Presence of Acids. 

E. Emmet Reid, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
Journal, American Chemical Society, June, 1909. 



The Catalytic Hydrolysis of Amides by Acids and Alkalies. 

E. Emmet Reid, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
Journal, American Chemical Society. 



On the Determination of Halogens in Organic Compounds. 
Charles W. Bagon, North Oxford, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, January, 1909. 



Rearrangements in the Camphor Series: Isocampholactone. 

William A. Noyes, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111.,, and 
Alfred W. Homberger, Champaign, 111. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxi, Feb- 
ruary. 1909, p. 278. 



PAPERS READ. 403 

The Addition of Acetic Acid to Unsaturated Hydrocarbons. 

Edward KremERS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909. 
p. 316. 



The .Esterification Law and Steric Hindrance Hypothesis. 

M. A. RosANOFF and W. L. Parger, Clark University, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, December, 1908. 



A New Method for Detecting Mutarotation. 
C. S. Hudson, Washington, D. C. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, January, 1909. 



Alkylation of Cyanacetic Ether. 

John C. Hessler, Decatur, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 316. 



The Theory of Indicators and the Reactions of Phthaleins and their 
Salts. 

Edgar A. Slagle, Westminster, Md. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1909. 



The Mechanism of Oxine Formation and Hydrolysis. 
L. Junius Desha, Cynthiana, Ky. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1909. 



The Determination of Acid Radicals in Esters of Cellulose. 

R. G. Woodbridge, Jr., and F. C. Moore, Mas:sachusetts In- 
stitute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 316. 



The Condensation of Nitromalonic .A.ldehyde with Urea. 

William J. Hale, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



404 SECTION C. 

Some New Terpine Derivations. 

George B. Frankforter, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 316. 



The y-y'Diketonic Acids. 

James B. Garner, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, June, 1909. 



Further Studies in Catalysis in Ester Formation. 

Isaac King Phelps, George Washington University Medical 
School, Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 316. 



Removal of Plant Food from Soil by Plants. 

Frank K. Cameron and J. G. Smith, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin, U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY SECTION. 



Gilbert N. Lewis, Chairman. 



The Behavior of the Nickel Anode. 

Eugene P. Schoch, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 316. 



The Temperature Coefficient of the Conductivity at Infinite Dilution. 

John Johnston, Geophysical Laboratory, Washington, D. C. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Sept.-Oct., 1909. 



The Change in Refractive Index with Temperature — I. 
K. George Falk, Boston, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, January, 1909. 



PAPERS READ. 405 

A Modified Oxyhydrogen Gas Coulometer. 

John W. Turrentine, Middletown, Conn. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. xiii. No. 5, June 
1909, p. 349 



The Rapid Precipitation of Metals on Gauze Cathodes with Fixed 
Electrodes. 
I John T. Stoddard, Northampton, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 2^7- 



The Rapid Precipitation of Metals in a Mercury Cathode with Fixed 
Anode. 

John T. Stoddard, Northampton, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 317. 



Some New Laboratory Apparatus. 

John T. Stoddard, Northampton, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 317. 



A New Method of Determining the Partial Vapor Pressures of Binary 
Mixtures. 

M. A. RoSANOFF and Arthur B. Lamb, Clark University, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, April, 1909. 



On the Partial Vapor Pressures of Binary Mixtures. 

M. A. Rosanoff and C. W. EaslEy, Clark University, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, July-August, 
1909. 



Recent Evidence for the Existence of Hydrates in Aqueous Solutions. 
H. C. Jones, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, January, 1909. 



406 SECTION c. 

A New Law concerning the Vapor Pressures of Binary Mixtures. 
M. A. RosANOFF, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 317. 



On the Duhem-Margules Equation as applied to Binary and Ternary 
Mixtures. 

WiLUAM Edward Story, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 317. 



Preparation of Pure Hydrogen and the Elimination of Oxygen. 
George A. Hulett, Princeton, N. J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P- 317. 



A Maximum Volt Meter. 

W. Lash Miller, Toronto, Canada. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
P. 317- 



The Relations between Viscosity and Fluidity. 
Eugene C. Bingham. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 317. 



A New Method of Measuring Association by Means of Fluidity Data. 
Eugene C. Bingham. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



A Simplification of the Cyclical Process Method for Deriving Thermo- 
dynamic Equations. 

Edward W. Washburn, University of Illinois', Urbana, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



PAPERS READ. 407. 

Cuprous Hydroxide. 

Wilder D. Bancroft, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 13, No. 256, p. 332 
(1909). 



Osmotic Studies. 

Louis KahlEnbErg, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. 13, p. 93 (1909). 



Crystallization through Membranes. 

J. H. Walton, Jr., University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry, June, 1909. 



An Explanation of the Negative Coefficient of Expansion of Silver 
Iodide. 

Grinnell Jones, Cambridge, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, February, 1909. 



The Significance of certain Numerical Relations in the Sugar Group. 
Claude S. Hudson, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department 
of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, January, 1909. 



The Formation of Nitric Oxide by the Action of Nernst Glowers 
on Air. 

Irving Langmuir, Stevens Institute, Hoboken, N. J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



The Potential of the Sodium Electrode. 

Gilbert N. Lewis and C. A. Kraus, Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



The Reaction Velocity of an Inorganic H3'drolysis. 

Samuel C. Lind, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Journal, American Chemical Society, August, 1909. 



408 SECTION c. 

The Solubility of Salts in Concentrated Acids. 

Arthur E. Hill and John P. Simmons, New York, N. Y. 
Journal, American Chemical Society, July, 1909. 



Transition from Metallic to Electrolytic Conduction. 
C. A. Kraus. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



A Dilution Law applicable to both Aqueous and Non-aqueous Solutions. 
C. A. Kraus. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



Equilibrium in Solutions containing Copper and Iodine. 

William C. Bray and G. M. J. Mackay, Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910, 



The Properties of Water near the Critical Point. 

R. C. MailEy, 12 Howard Street, Lynn, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



The Molecular Masses of Liquids. 

George H. Meeker, Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



Some Applications of the Phase Rule as a Means for Determining 
Water in Certain Organic Substances. 

Samuel W. Parr, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111., and 
Frank W. Bliss, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 738, February 19, 1909, 
p. 318. 



PAPERS READ. 409 

Heat Conductance of Soils. 

Harrison E. Patten, Bureau of Soils, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Soils, U. S. Department of Agri- 
culture, 1909. 



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A Further Study of the Behavior of the Nickel Anode. 

Eugene P. Schoch, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, March, 1909. 



The Adiabatic Determination of the Heat of Solution of Some Com- 
mon Metals in Hydrochloric Acid. 

Theodore W. Richards, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mas.'?. 

Publications, Carnegie Institution. 



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SECTION D. 



Mechanical Science and Engineering. 

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I 



OFFICERS OF SECTION D. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
George F. Swain, Cambridge, Mass. 

Secretary. 
George W. Bissell, East Lansing, Mich. 

Member of Council. 
George F. Swain, Cambridge, Mass. 

Sectional Committee. 

O. H. Landketh, Vice-President, 1907; G. F. Swain, Vice-President, 

1908; G. W. Bissell, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

Wm. Kent, i year; A. I\I. GrEENE, Jr., 2 years; J. B. Webb, 3 years; 

J. E. Boyd, 4 years ; A. H. Blanchard, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George W. Bissell, East Lansing, Mich. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section D, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, pp. 591-593- 



Government Control of Public Waters. 

Address by Olin H. LANDRETHi Vice-President and Chairman 
of Section D for 1907. 

Scietice. 



Library Book Stacks without Daylight. 

Bernard R. Green, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 592. 



The Testing of Transformer Steel. 

M. G. Lloyd, Bureau of Standards, Washington, D. C. 

Proceedings, American Institute of Electrical En- 
gineers, July, 1909. 
Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. v, No. 4. 



It is Not Necessary to Place Geodetic Arcs in Various Latitudes. 

John F. Hayford, College of Engineering, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Evanston, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 592. 



House Warming. 

J. BuRKiTT Webb, Hoboken, N. J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
p. 592. 



A Study of Plain Metal Base and Bearing Plates. 

N. Clifford Ricker, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Bulletin, Engineering Experiment Station, University 

of Illinois, 1909. 
Handbook, 1909, Chicago Architects' Business As- 
sociation. 



414 SECTION D. 

An Analysis of Highway Traffic in Rhode Island. 

Arthur H. Blanchard, Brown University, Providence, R. I. 
Engineering News, April 29, 1909. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 593- 



Recent Progress in Aeronautics. 

Major George O. Squier, Signal Corps, U. S. A., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 738, February 19, 1909, 

pp. 281-289. 
Journal, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 
pp. 1571-1641. (PI. 23.) 



State Engineering Experiment Stations. 

George W. Bissell, Michigan Agricultural College, East Lan- 
sing, Mich. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 593- 



New Methods of Back-water Computations. 

Benjamin F. Groat, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Science, N. 8. Vol. xxix. No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 593- 



Variation of Pressure on the Side of a Track Spike. 

Henry S. Jacoby, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 593- 



Note on Specially Designed Corliss Engine for Experimental Work. 
Arthur M. Greene, Jr., Troy, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 593- 



The Specific Speed of Hydraulic Turbines. 
Lewis F. Moody, Troy, N. Y. 

The Polytechnic (Rensselaer Polytechnic Instituted, 
May. 1909. 



PAPERS READ. 415 

On the "Degree" of Railroad Curves. 

William G. Raymond, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
p. S93- 



A Problem for State Engineering Colleges. (Read by title.) 

Arthur E. Haynes, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
P- 593- 



Temperature Stresses in Reinforced Concrete Chimneys. (Read by 
title.) 

Edward R. Maurek, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 
Principles of Reinforced Concrete Construction. (Sec- 
ond Edition.) 



A New Type of Reinforced Building Construction. (Read by title.) 
John J. FlaTher, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909. 
P- 593- 



SECTION E. 



Geology and Geography. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION E. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Bailey Wilus, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary. 
F. P. Gulliver, Norwich, Conn. 

Member of Council. 
William H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Sectional Committee. 

J. P. Iddings, Vice-President, 1907; Bailey Willis, Vice-President, 

igo8; F. P. Gulliver, Secretary, 1907-1911. 

I. C. White, i year; H. L. Fairchild, 2 years; E. H. Barbour, 3 

years ; J. B. Woodworth, 4 years ; F. B. Taylor, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
H. L. Fairchild, Rochester, N. Y. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section E, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, pp. 7A7-7b7- 



The Study of Igneous Rocks. 

Address by Joseph P. Iddings, University of Chicago, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section E for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 7^6, February 5, 1909, 
pp. 201-217. 



SYMPOSIUM. 



Correlation. 



Principles of pre-Cambrian Correlation. 

Charles R. Van Hise, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis. 

Journal of Geology. 



The Basis of pre-Cambrian Correlation. 

Frank D. Adams, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. 

Journal of Geology, February March, 1909. 



Evolution of Early Paleozoic Faunas in Relation to their Environment. 
Charles D. Walcott, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 
D. C. 

Journal of Geology, Vol. xvii, No. 3, March-April, 
1909, pp. 193-202. 



Physical and Fauna! Evolution of North America in the Late Ordovicic, 
Siluric and Devonic Time. 

Amadeus W. Grabau, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 748. 



420 SECTION E. 

Correlation of Middle and Upper Devonian and Mississippian Faunas 
of North America. 

Stuart WelUR, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Journal of Geology, Vol. xvii. 



Physical and Faunal Changes of Pennsylvanian and Permian in North 
America. 

George H. Girty, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Geology. 



The Upper Paleozoic Floras, their Succession and Range. 

David White, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Geology. 



Environmental Relations of the Early Vertebrates. 

SamuEe W. Wieeiston, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Journal of Geology, 1909. 



Environment and Relations of the Tertiary Mammalia. 

Henry F. Osborn, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 748. 



Succession and Distribution of Later Mesozoic Invertebrate Faunas. 
Timothy W. Stantok, U. S. National Museum, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Journal of Geology, Vol. xvii, 1909. 



Conditions Governing the Evolution and Distribution of Tertiary 
Faunas. 

WiELiAM H. Dale, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 
Journal of Geology, September, 190Q. 



Environment of the Tertiary Faunas of the Pacific Coast. 

Raeph Arnold, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Geology, 1909. 



PAPERS READ. 421 

Succession and Range of Mesozoic and Tertiary Floras. 

Frank H. Knowlton, U. S. Geological Survey, Washington, 
D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 748. 



Physical Geography of the Pleistocene with Special Reference to Con- 
ditions Bearing on Correlation. 

RoLLiN D. Salisbury, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Journal of Geology, 1909. 



Origination of Self-generating Matter, and the Influence of Aridity on 
its Evolutionary Development. 

Daniel T. MacDougal, Desert Botanical Laboratory, Tucson, 
Ariz. 

Journal of Geology, June, 1909. 



Diastrophism as the Ultimate Basis of Correlation. 

Thom.\s C. Chamberlin, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
Journal of Geology, October-November, 1909. 



Some New or Little-known Geological Terms and their Application in 
Stratigraphic Writing. 

Am.'UjEus W. Grabau, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 750. 



Some Preglacial Valleys in Eastern New York and their Relation to 
Existing Drainage. 

John H. Cook. Albany, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 750. 



The Metamorphism of Glacial Deposits. 

Frank Carney, Denison University, Granville, O. 

Journal of Geology, Vol. xvii, No. 4. 



422 SECTION t. 

A New Occurrence of Carnotite. 

Edgar T. Wherry, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
P- 751. 



The Phenomena of Eolian Sand Drift. 

Edward E. Free, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 751. 



The Mille Moraine, with Some General Remarks on the Glaciation of 
the Longs Peak Region of Colorado. (Read by title.) 
Edward Orton, Jr., Columbus, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
pp. 751752. 



The Red Beds of the Wichita-Brazos Region of North Texas. (Read 
by title.) 

Charles H. Gordon, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
P- 752. 



The Invertebrate Faunas and Correlation of Some So-called Permian 
Rocks of the Mississippi Valley, with Remarks on their Strati- 
graphy. (Read by title.) 

Joshua W. Beede, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. 

Journal of Geology, 1909. 



Differential Effects of Eolian Erosion upon Rock-belts of Varying 
Induration. (Read by title.) 

Charles R. KeyES, Des Moines, la. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
pp. 752-753. 



Locus of Maximum Lateral Deflation in Desert Ranges. (Read by 
title.) 

Charles R. Keyes, Des Moines, la. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
p. 753. 



PAPERS READ. 423 

A New Trachedon from the Laramie Beds of Converse Countj-, 
Wyoming. (Read by title.) 

Charles H. Sternberg, Lawrence, Kan. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
pp. 753-754- 



Isobases of Post-Algonquin Elevation across Lakes Michigan and 
Huron. (Read by title.) 

James W. Goldthwait, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
P- 754. 



Sand and Gravel Resources of Nebraska. (Read by title.) 

George E. Condra, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 

Nebraska Geological Survey, Part 3, Vol. iii. (210 
pp., 82 fig.) 



The Glacial Character of the Yosemite Valley. (Read by title.) 

Francois E. Matthes, U. S. Geological Survey, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, 
P- 754- 



SECTION F. 



ZOOLOGY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION F. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
C. JuDSON Herrick, Chicago, 111. 

Secretary. 
Maurice A. Bigelow, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. 
Carl H. Eigenmann, Bloomington, Ind. 

Sectional Committee. 

E B. Wilson, Vice-President, 1907; C. J. Herrick, Vice-President, 

1908; M. A. Bigelow, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

Frank Smith, i year; W. E. Ritter, 2 years; A. W. BlEilE, 3 years; 

A. L. Treadwell, 4 years ; C. C. Nutting, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George E. Coghill, Granville, Ohio. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section F, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, pp. 711-717. 



Recent Researches on the Determination and Heredity of Sex. 

Address by Edmund B. Wilson, Columbia University, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section F for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 732, January 8, 1909, 
pp. 53-70. 



Brood-protection and Sexual Dimorphism among Echinoderms. 

Hubert Lyman Clark, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 711. 



Notes on the Eggs of the Anura at Ithaca, N. Y. 

Albert H. Wright, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 711. 



Factors Determining the Movement of Melanin Pigment Granules. 
Oscar Riddle, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, 
pp. 711-712. 



The Rate of Digestion in Cold-blooded Vertebrates in Relation to 
Temperature. 

Oscar Riddle, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 712. 



The Hypo-branchial Apparatus of Typhlotriton. 

William A. Hilton, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Biological Bulletin, Vol. xvi, No. 4, March, 1909. 



Some Egg-laying Habits of Amphitrite. 

John W. Scott, Westport High School, Kansas City, Mo. 

Biological Bulletin, Vol. xvii. No. 3. 



428 se;ction f. 

Bilateral Symmetry in the Development of the Primary Septa of a 
Living Coral. (Agaricia fragilis.) 

James Watt Mavor, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 712. 



Role of the Nerve System in Regeneration in Earthw^orm and Newt. 
A. Juuus GoLDFARB, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30. 1909, 
pp. 712-713. 



Featherless Fowls. 

Robert H. Chapman, U. S. Geological Survey, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 713. 



On the Skull and Brain of Triceratops. 

Oliver P. Hay, Washington, D. C. 

Proceedings, U. S. National Museum, Vol. xxxvi, 
February 6, 1909, pp. 95-108. 



On the Intellect of Animals. 

Alexander Petrunkevitch, Short Hills, N. J. 
Harper's Weekly. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909. p. 713. 



Olfactory Nerve, Nervus Terminalis and Preoptic Sympathetic Sy?5tem 
in Amia calva. 

Charles Brookover, Buchtel College, Akron, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, 
pp. 713-714- 



EflFccts of Brachycephaly and Dolichocephaly upon the Teeth of Man. 
Raymond C. Osburn, Barnard College, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 714. 



PAPERS READ. 429 

Some Noteworthy Additions to the Bryozoan Fauna of our Atlantic 
Coast. 

Raymond C. Osburn, Barnard College, Columbia University, 
New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 714. 



Fission and Regeneration in Sagartia lucije. 

Donald W. Davis, Sweet Briar College, Va. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 714. 



Reactions of the Dogfish to Chemical Stimuli. 

Ralph E. Sheldon, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Journal of Comp. Neur. and Psychology, No. 3. 1909. 



Cestodes in Flesh of Marine Fishes. 

Edwin Linton, Washington and Jefferson College, Wash- 
ington, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 715. 



Systematic Relations of the Urodela as Interpreted by a Study of the 
Sound-transmitting Organs. 

Hugh D. Reed, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. x.xix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 715. 



Morphology of the Sound-transmitting Apparatus in the Amphibia. 
Benjamin F. Kingsbury and Hugh D. Reed, Cornell Univer- 
sity, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 716. 
Journal of Morphology. 



Regeneration and Growth in Fishes. 

G. G. Scott, College of the City of New York, New York, N. Y. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 717. 



The Early Development of Neurofibrillae and Nei-ve Function. 
Hansford M. MacCurdy, Alma College, Alma, Mich. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 717. 



430 SlxCTlON F. 

Regeneration in the Brittle-star Ophiucoma pumila, with Reference 
to the Influence of the Nervous System. 

Sergius Morgulis, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 717. 



A New Trachedon from the Laramie Beds of Converse County, Wyo- 
ming. (Read by title.) 

Charles H. Sternberg, Lawrence, Kan. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 749, May 7, 1909, pp. 
753-754- 



The Work of the U. S. Biological Survey in Systematic Zoology and 
Geographic Distribution. 

C. Hart Merriam, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash 
ington, D. C. 



The Work of the U. S. Biological Survey in Economic Ornithology 
and Mammalogy and Game Protection. 

C. Hart Merriam, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash 
ington, D. C. 



Reactions of Amphibians to Light. (Read by title.) 

A. S. Pearse, University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. /41, March 12, 1909, 
pp. 431-432. 



The Isopod Crustacean Acanthoniscus spiniger Kinahan redescribed 
(Read by title.) 

Harriet Richardson, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 
D. C. 

Proceedings, U. S. National Musuem, Vol. xxxvi, 
1909, pp. 431-434- 



The Isopod Crustacean, Ancinus depressus (Say). (Read by title.) 
Harriet Richardson, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 
D. C. 

Proceedings, U. S. National Musuem, Vol. xxxvi, 
1909, pp. i73-'i77- 



PAPERS READ. 431 

Oogenesis of Cumingia tellinoides (Conrad). (Read by title.) 

Henry E. Jordan, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 741, March 12, 1909, 
pp. 425-426. 



JOINT MEETING WITH ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF 
AMERICA. 



Investigations of Toxoptera graminum and its Parasites. 

Francis M. Webster, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 7^7, February 12, 1909, 

p. 278. 
Annals, Entomological Society of America, Vol. ii. 
No. 2, June, 1909, pp. 67-87. 



Local Relations of Allied Species. (Read by title.) 

Stephen A. Forbes, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 875. 



Species, Varieties, Races, etc. 

John B. Smith, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 874. 



On Some Terms used in Systematics. (Read by title.) 
Alexander PetrunkEvitch, Short Hills, N. J. 

Annals, Entomological Society of America, Vol. ii, 
No. I, March, 1909. 



A Note on the Habits of the Wall-bee, Chalicodoma muraria. 
John H. Comstock, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Annals, Entomological Society of America, Vol. ii. 
No. I, March, 1909. 



A Colony of Mound-building Ants. (Read by title.) 

Ethan A. Andrews, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 875. 



432 SECTION ?. 

Evolution and Adaptation in the Palpi of Male Spiders. 

James A. Nelson, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Annals, Entomological Society of America, Vol. ii, 
No. I, March, 1909. 



The Conception of Unit-sj'stems in Biology. (Read by title.) 

William E. Ritter, Marine Biological Station, San Diego, Cal. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 875. 



JOINT MEETING WITH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
ZOOLOGISTS. 



Autotomy of the Hydranth of Tubularia. 

Max Morse, College of the City of New York, New York, 
N. Y. 

Biological Bulletin, April, 1909. 



Nuclear Components of the Sex-cells of Cockroaches. 

Max Morse, College of the City of New York, New York, 
N. Y. 

Archiv fiir Zellforchung, Bd. ii, 1909. 



Chondrocranium of an Embryo Pig. 

Charles S. Mead, New York, N. Y. 

American Journal of Anatomy, April, 1909. 



Placentation of an Armadillo. 

Henry H. Lane, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 715. 



On the Effects of Centrifugal Force on the Development of the Eggs 
of the Frog and Sea-Urchin. 

J. F. McClEndon, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 748, April 30, 1909, p. 717. 



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SECTION G. 



BOTANY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION G. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Herbert M. Richards, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Henry C. CowlES, Chicago, 111. 

Member of Council. 
Frederic E. Clements, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Sectional Committee. 

C. E. Bessev, Vice-President, 1907; H. M. Rich.srds, Vice-President, 

1908; H. C. CowlES, Secretary, 1908-1912. 

W. J. Beal, I year ; C. R. Barnes, 2 years ; Wm. Trelease, 3 years ; 

R. A. Harper, 4 years ; , 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Mason B. Thomas, Crawfordsville, Ind. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section G, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, pp. 903-916. 



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The Phyletic Idea in Taxonomy. 

Address by Charles Edwin Bessey, University of Nebraska, 
Vice-President and Chairman of Section G for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 733, January 15, 1909, 
pp. 91-100. 



SUB-SECTION A. 



Bog Toxins and their Effect upon Soils. 

Alfred Dachnowski, Ohio State University, Columbus, O. 

Botanical Gazette, 1909, Vol. xlvii, p. 389. 



Initiating Licheno-ecologic Studies in the Kentucky Mountains. 
Bruce Fink, Miami University, Oxford, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 904. 



Descriptions of Species of Opuntia. 

David Griffiths, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 904. 



Physiological Studies on the Hymenophyllaceae. 

Forrest ShrE\'E, Carnegie Desert Laboratory, Tucson, Ariz. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 904. 



The Life History of GriMthsia Bornetiana. 

I. F. Lewis, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va. 

Annals of Botany, July (or September), 1909. 



Vegetative Reproduction by Induced Root-regeneration in the Guayule. 

Francis E. Lloyd, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 905. 



436 SECTION G. 

The Morphology of the Peridial Cells in the Roestelise. 

Frank Dunn Kern, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 905. 
Also, Annales Mycologia. 



The Effect of Certain Salts upon Transpiration and Growth in Wheat. 
Howard Sprague Reed, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacks- 
burg, Va. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 905. 



The Peg of the Cucurbits. 

William Crocker, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111., and 
Lee I. Knight, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No 753, June 4, 1909, p. 905. 



The Effect of Illuminating Gas and its Constituents on Carnations. 

Lee I. Knight, University of Illinois, Urbana, 111., and Wil- 
liam Crocker, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Botanical Gazette, No. 46, October, 1908, pp. 269- 
276. (Preliminary Article.) 



Types of Cactus Genera, 1753-1904. 

Joseph N. Rose, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 906. 



Some Variations and Hybrids of Oenothera. 

Reginald R. Gates, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 753. June 4, 1909, p. 906. 



On the Nature of the Fertile Spike in the Ophioglossaces. 

Mintin a. Chrysler, University of Maine, Orono, Me. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753. June 4, 1909, P- 907- 
Also, Botanical Gazette. 



Origin of Heterospory in Marsilea. 

C. H. Shattuck, Clemson College, S. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 907. 
Also, Botanical Gazette. 



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PAPERS READ. 437 

Movements and Reactions of Fern-Spermatozoids. 

W. D. HoYT, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 907. 
Also, Botanical Gazette. 



Some Aspects of the Mycorhiza Problem. 

Benjamin C. GruEnberg, DeWitt Clinton High School, New- 
York, N. Y. 

Bulletin, Torrey Botanical Club, No. 36, February, 
1909, pp. 165-169. 



The Morphology of Salvinia (preliminary). 

Wanda M. Pfeiffer, University of Chicago, Chicago, III. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 90S. 
Also, Botanical Gazette. 



A Preliminary Account of Dioon spinulosum. 

Charles J. Chamberlain, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. JSi, June 4, 1909, p. 908. 
Also, Botanical Gazette. 



Demonstrations of Seedlings of Selaginella lepidophylla. 

Francis E. Lloyd, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. y^^i June 4, 1909, p. 908. 



A Statistical Criterion for Species and Genera among the Bacteria. 
C. E. A. WiNSLOW, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
Boston, Mass. 

Bulletin, Torrey Botanical Club, Vol. xxxvi, January 
29, 1909, pp. 31-39. 



Effect of Age on the Venation of Leaves. 

H. M. Benedict, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 909. 



The Perennation of the Clover Dodder, Cuscuta Epithymum Murr. 

F. C. Stewart and G. T. French, New York Agricultural 
Experiment Station, Geneva, N. Y. 

Torreya, 9 : 28-30, February, 1909. 



438 SECTION G. 

The First Generation Offspring of Oenothera lata 9X2 gigas (? 
Anne M. Lutz, Carnegie Institution for Experimental Evolu- 
tion, Cold Spring Harbor, L. I., N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 737, Februarj' 12, 1909, 
pp. 263-267. 



The Plant Formations in Eastern Colorado, and What They Indicate. 
H. L. Shantz, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washing- 
ton, D .C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



Notes on the Anatomy of Juncus (preliminary). 
Amon B. Plowman, Beaver, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753. June 4, 1909, p. 909. 



Are Alpine Plants Exposed to Increased Evaporization? 
Charles H. Shaw, Ambler, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 910. 



Mitosis: in Oedogonium. 

A. H. TuTTLE, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 910. 



Preliminary Notice of Physiological Studies on Papaver Somniferum. 
R. H. True and W. W. Stockberger, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



Orientation of the Cotyledon of Wheat and Corn Seedlings Stimulated 
by the Light. 

S. O. Mast, Woman's College, Baltimore, Md. 

Science, N S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, P- 910. 



Some Fundamental Errors in Botanical Teaching. 

■ E. C. Jeffrey, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, P- Qio. 



papi;rs read. 439 

Methods of Demonstrating the Oxidizing Power of Roots. 

Howard S. Reed, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksbiirg, 
Va. 

Bulletin 56, Bureau of Soils, March, 1909. 



The Collection and Storage of Tree Seed. 

Hugh P. Baker, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 910. 



A Preliminary Report of the Result of Observations on the Relation 
of Evaporation to the Treelessness of Prairies. 

BoHUMiL ShimEk, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 

Bulletin, Lab. Nat. Hist., State University of Iowa, 
1909. 



A Summer Laboratory for Mountain Botany in Colorado. 

Francis Ramaley and W. W. Robbins, L'^niversity of Colo- 
rado, Boulder, Col. 

Plant \\'orld, June, 1909. 



The Morphology and Development of the Cystocarp in Callithamnion 
Baileyi. 

R. P. HiBBARD, Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Agricultural College, Miss. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 733. June 4, 190Q. p. 910. 



SUB-SECTION B. 



Two North Carolina Plant Diseases : Hypochnose of Apple and Col- 
letotrichose of Fig. 

F. L. Stevens and J. G. Hall, North Carolina College of 
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, West Raleigh. N. C. 

Annales Mycologica, Vol. vii, No. i, 1909. 



A Bacterial Rot of the Muskmelon. 

Nahum J. GiDDiNGS, University of Vermont, Burlington. Vt. 
(Read by L. R. Jones.) 

Bulletin, Vermont Experiment Station, 1909. 



440 SECTION G. 

The White Pine Blight. 

PerlEy Spaulding, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



Some Toxic Properties of Tannic Acid. 

Mel T. Cook, Agricultural Experiment Station, Newark, Del. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 911. 



The Present Status of Rice Blast. 

Haven Metcalf, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



A Few Diseases of Bamboo and Sedge. 

Flora W. Patterson and Vera K. Charles, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin No. 171, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



Pathological Notes Concerning a Few Ornamental Plants. 

Flora W. Patterson and Vera K. Charles, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin No. 171, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



Necrosis of the Grape. 

Donald Reddick, New York State College of Agriculture, 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Bulletin No. 263, Cornell University Agricultural Ex- 
periment Station, 1909, pp. 323-343- 



A Blight of Cultivated Ginseng caused by Alternaria Panax n sp. 

H. H. WhETzel, New York State College of Agriculture, 
Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 753, June 4, 1909. p. 912. 



On a Method of Developing Claviceps purpurea Tul., with Notes on 
Claviceps rubra n sp. 

H. H. Whetzel and Donald Reddick, New York State 

College of Agriculture, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, P- 912. 



PAPERS READ. 441 

Some Little-known Diseases of Conifers found in Connection with a 
Disease Survey of our Western Forests. 

George Grant Hedgcock, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 
Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 753. June 4, 1909, p. 913. 



The Present Treatment of Monotypic Genera of Fungi. 

C. L. ShE.^R, U. S. Department of Agriculture. Washington, 
D. C. 

Bulletin, Torrey Botanical Club, Vol. 36, 1909. pp. 
147-151- 



A Bacterial Disease of the Peach. 

James Birch RorER, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Annales Mycologia, Vol. i, No. i, January, 1909. 



The Cause of Trembles and Milk Sickness. 

E. L. MosELEY, Sandusky High School, Sandusky, O. 

The Medical Record, May 15, 1909. 



Peach Yellows Disseminated by Nursery Trees. 
J. L. Phillips, Blacksburg, Va. 

Report, American Association of Nurserymen. Mil- 
waukee, Wis., 1908. 
Also, 7th Report, State Entomologist and Plant 
Pathologist of Virginia, 1909. 



A New Anthracnose Attacking Certain Cereals and Grasses. 

Thomas F. Manns, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, 
Wooster, O. (Read by A. D. Selby.) 

Bulletin, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, No. 
203, pp. 187-237, April, 190Q. 



A New Bacterial Disease of the Sugar-Beet Leaf. 

Nelue a. Brown, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 915. 



442 SECTION G. 

A New Bacterial Disease of Nasturtium. 

Clara O. Jamieson, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 915. 



Decay of Potatoes Due to Rhizopus nigricans. 

W. A. Orton, U. S. Department of Agiiculture, Washing- 



ton, D. C. 



Bulletin, Bureau of Plant Industry. 



Some Devices to Facilitate Work in Plant Pathology. 

E. Mead Wilcox, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 916. 



The Spraying of Cedars for "Cedar Apples." 

F. D. Heald, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

Annual Report, 1909, Nebraska Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station. 



A Fusarium Disease of the Pansy. 

Frederick A. WolK, University of Texas, Austin, Tex. 

Ann'ual Report, 1909, Nebraska Agricultural Experi- 
ment Station. 



Studies in Sclerotinia; Sclerotinia fructigena (Pers.) Schrot. 
John MoorE Reade, University of Georgia, Athens, Ga. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 753, June 4, 1909, p. 916. 



Experiments in the Production of an Anthracnose Resistant Clover. 

Samuel M. Bain and Samuel H. Essary, University of 
Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Bulletin, Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station. 



Two Interesting Smuts. 

L. H. PammEl, Iowa State College, Ames, la. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 753, June 4> 1909. P- 9i6. 



SECTION H. 



Anthropology and Psychology. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION H. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Franz Boas, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Geo. H. Pepper, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. 
B. T. B. Hyde, New York, N. Y. 

Sectional Committee. 

R. S. WooDWORTH, Vice-President, 1907; Franz Boas, Vice-President, 

1908; George H. Pepper, Secretary, 1903-1908. 
George Grant MacCurdy, i year; Ales Hrblicka, 2 years; Franz 
Boas, 3 years; W. H. Holmes, 4 years; R. B. Dixon, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George Grant MacCurdy, New Haven. 



Officers of the American Anthropological Association. 

Franz Boas, Columbia University, President. 
George Grant MacCurdy, Yale University, Secretary. 
B. T. B. Hyde, New York City, Treasurer. 
F. W. Hodge, Washington, D. C, Editor. 

Council. 

Bx-oMcio: W J McGee, F. W. Putn.^m, F. Boas. Miss FlEtchek, 

W. H. Holmes, C. B. Moore, G. A. Dorsey, G. G. M.acCurdy, 

B. T. B. Hyde, F. W. Hodge. 
Until 191 1 : E. L. Hewett, J. N. B. Hewitt, W. Hough, A. Hrdlicka, 

A. L. Kroeber. 
Until 1910: C. P. BowDiTCH, A. F. Chamberlain, S. Culin, R. B. 

Dixon, J. W. Fewkes, G. B. Gordon. 
Until 1909: F. Baker, L. Farrand, B. L.'^ufek, J. D. McGuire, J. 

Mooney, C. Peabody. 
Until 1908: G. H. Pepper, M. H. Saville, H. I. Smith, F. Stark, 

J. R. SwANTON, G. G. Heye. 

OMccrs of the Amcrica)i Folk Lore Society. 

Roland B. Dixon, Harvard University, President. 
Alfred M. Tozzer, Harvard University, Secretary. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section H, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 743, March i6, 1909, pp. 508-514. 



Race Problems in America. 

Address by Franz Boas, Columbia University, Vice-President, 
and Chairman of Section H for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, 
pp. 839-849. 



Geological Facts' Bearing on the Place of the Origin of the Human 
Race. 

George Frederick Wright, Oberlin, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 512. 



Measurements of Mixed and Full-blood Dakota Children. (Read by 
title.) 

Clark WisslER, American Museum of Natural History, New 
York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- 514- 



Height in the Southwestern and North Mexican Indians. (Read by 
title.) 

Ales Hrdlicka, U. S. National Museum, Washington, D. C. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 

P- 514- 
Memorial Volume, F. W. Putnam. 



A Curious Survival in Mexico of the Use of Murex purpura for 
Dyeing Purposes. 

Mrs. Zelia Nuttall, Casa Alvarado, Coyoacan, D. F., Mexico. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 

P- 513- 
"Festschrift," F. W. Putnam, 1909. 



446 SECTION H. 

Memorial Address for Otis T. Mason. (Read by title.) 

Walter Hough, U. S. National Museum, Washington. D. C. 
American Anthropologist, N. S. Vol. x, Oct. -Dec, 
1908, pp. 661-667. (i plate.) 



Presentation of Eoliths from Boncelles. 

Charles Pe.'Xbody, Cambridge, Mass., and George Grant 
MacCurdy. New Haven. Conn. 

American Anthropologist, N. S. Vol. x, Jan. -Mar., 

1909. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- 513- 



Some Recent Paleolithic Discoveries. 

George Grant MacCurdy, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 
American Anthropologist, N. S. Vol. x, Oct.-Dec, 
1908. 



The Mythology of the Central and Eastern Algonkins. 

Roland B. Dixon, Peabody Museum, Cambridge, Mass. 
(President, American Folk-Lore Society.) 

Journal of American Folk-Lore, Jan. -Mar., 1909. 



a. Transmigration in California. 

b. Battle of the First People with Dakko, the Sun God — a Hamfo 

Myth. 

c. Mythology of the Mewan Tribes. 

d. Additional Notes on the Yumme or Mourning Ceremony. 

e. The Creation Myth of the Pa-we-nan. 

C. Hart Merriam, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Journal of American FolkLore, 1909. 



Izamal and Its Celestial Plan. 

Stansbury Hagar, New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
pp. 513-514. 



PAPERS READ. 447 

Social Institutions of the Tinglayan Igorrotes. 
Daniel Folkmar, Washington, D. C. 

Philippine Journal of Science, 1909. 



Observations on Esoteric Narratives on the Source of Myths. (Read 
by title.) 

Ci.ARK WisSLER, American Museum of Natural History. New 
York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- 5M- 



On the Concordance of American Mythologies. 
Franz Boas, New York, N. Y. 

Journal of American FolkLore, 1909. 



On American Archaeological Nomenclature. 
Chari.es Peabodv, Cambridge, Mass. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 7-13. March 26, 1909. 
pp. 5C9-5II- 



On Book Reviews. 

Frederick Webb Hodge, Bureau of .American Ethnology, 
Washington, D. C. 

Science. N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 511. 



On Nomenclature of Indian Linguistic Families North of Mexico. 

Frederick Webb Hodge. Bureau of American Ethnology, 
Washington, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 511. 



On the Preservation of American Antiquities. (Read by title.) 

Edgar L. Hevvett, Bureau of American Ethnology, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- SH- 



448 SECTION H. 

Presentation of Two Paleolithic Implements Recently found in Undis- 
turbed Glacial Deposits ; one in Missouri, the other in Ohio. 
George Frederick Wright, Oberlin, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
pp. 512-513- 



Archeological Explorations in Manitoba. (Read by title.) 

Henry Montgomery, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 

P- 514- 
University of Toronto Studies, 1909. 



Some Inventions of the Ancient Hawaiians. (Read by title.) 

William Alanson Bryan, Pacific Scientific Institution, 
Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- 514 



Ballads and Songs of Western North Carolina. (Read by title.) 
Miss Louise Rand Bascom. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 514- 



Folk-Lore from the Southern States. (Read by title.) 
John P. Cross. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- 514- 



Folk-Music in America. (Read by title.) 
Phillips Barry. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
P- 514- 



Notes on Northern Wintum Indians. (Read by title.) 
F. B. Washington. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 514- 



PAPERS READ. 449 

Traditions of the Coos Indians of Oregon. (Read by title.) 
Leo Forchbenberg. 

Science. N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 514- 



Sketch of the Yuchi Language. (Read by title.) 
Frank G. Speck, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. y43, March 26, 1909, 
p. 514- 



Songs of the Western Cowboys. (Read by title.) 
George Will. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 514- 



The Importance of Recording Negro-Lore, Dialects and Melodies. 
(Read by title.) 

Miss Mary W. F. Speers. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
p. 514- 



A Trip Through New Guinea. 
George A. Dorsey. 



Characteristic Traits of the Yana Language of California. 
E. Sapir. 



SECTION I. 



Social and Economic Science. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION I. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William Graham Sumner, New Haven, Conn. 

Secretary. 
J. Pease Norton, New Haven, Conn. 

Member of Council. 
Irving Fisher, New Haven, Conn. 

Sectional Committee. 

John Franklin Crowell, Vice-President, 1907; William Graham 
Sumner, Vice-President, 1908; J. Pease Norton, Secretary, 
1907- 1908. 

W. R. Lazenby, I year ; E. L. Corthell, 2 years ; Carroll D. Wright, 
3 years; Chas. A. Conant, 4 years; Irving Fisher, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
John Franklin Crowell, New York, N. Y. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



» 



The Influence of Science Upon the Progress of Investment. 

Address by John Franklin Crowell, New York, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Chairman of Section I for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
pp. 561-566. 



Address of Welcome. 

Hon. J. Barry Mahool, Mayor of Baltimore. 



The Oriental Currency Problem. 

Charles A. Conant, New York, N. Y. 



The Currency Question in China. 

Chintao Chen, Senior Secretary of the Board of Finance 
of the Chinese Empire and Vice-President of the Im 
perial Bank of Pekin. 



SYMPOSIUM ON TARIFF REVISION. 



JOINT SESSION WITH TARIFF REFORM COMMITTEE OF 
THE REFORM CLUB OF NEW YORK CITY. 



Tariff Revision from the Manufacturers' Standpoint. 

A. B. Farquhar, York, Pa., and H. E. Miles, Racine, Wis. 



TariflF Revision from the Importers' Standpoint. 
Francis E. Hamilton, New York, N. Y. 



Tariff Revision from the Consumers' Standpoint. 

Jesse J. OrTon, Secretary of the Tariff Reform Committee 
of the Reform Club, New York, N. Y. 



454 SECTION 1. 

The Steel Tariff. 

Byron W. Holt, Chairman of the Tariff Reform Committee 

of the Reform Club, New York, N. Y. 
John Franklin Crowell and Seymour C. Loomis. 



SYMPOSIUM ON STOCK EXCHANGE REGULATION. 



Speculation and Investment. 

Henry ClEws, New York, N. Y. 



The Stock Exchange and the Panic of 1907. 

Eugene Meyer, member of the New York Stock Exchange. 



SYMPOSIUM ON PUBLIC HEALTH. 



JOINT SESSION WITH THE COMMITTEE OF ONE HUN- 
DRED, THE AMERICAN HEALTH LEAGUE AND THE 
NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE CONFERENCE OF THE 
AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. 



Introductory Address. 

William H. Welch, Johns Hopkins University. 



The Nation's Pure Food Problem. 

PIarvey W. Wiley, Bureau of Chemistrj^ Washington, D. C. 



Economic Loss to the People of the United States Through Insects 
that Carry Diseases. 

L. O. Howard, Permanent Secretary, A. A. A. S. 

The National Geographic Magazine, Vol. xx. No. 8, 

August, 1909, pp. 735-749- 
Bulletin No. 78, Bureau of Entomology, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 



PAPERS READ. 455 



Vital Economics. 

Horace Fletcher, New York, N. Y. 



Progress of the Movement for Health Reform. 

Irving Fisher, Yale University, President of the Committee 
of One Hundred on National Health. 



Public Health Administration. 

Walter Wyman, Washington, D. C. 



SECTION K. 



Physiology and Experimental 
Medicine. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION K. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William H. Howell, Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary. 
Wm. J. GiEs, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. 
Edwin O. Jordan, Chicago, 111. 

Sectional Committee. 

LuDviG Hektoen, Vice-President, 1907; William H. Howell, Vice- 
President, 1908; Wm. J. GiES, Secretary, 1904-1908. 
J. McK. Cattell, I year; Frederick G. Now, 2 years; Graham Lusk, 
3 years; Jacques Loeb, 4 years; C. S. Minot, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Howard T. Ricketts, Chicago, 111. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section K, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, pp. 514-516. 



Opsonins and Other Antibodies. 

Address by LuDViG Hektoen, University of Chicago, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section K for 1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. j^ij, February 12, 1909, 
pp. 241-248. 



First Session. 



Symposium. 



THE REGULATION OF PHYSICAL INSTRUCTION IN 
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES FROM THE STAND- 
POINT OF HYGIENE. 



Introductory Remarks by the Chairman. 

William H. Howell, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Balti- 
more, Md. 



The Regulation of Physical Instruction in Schools and Colleges from 
the Standpoint of Hygiene. 

Robert Tait McKenzie, University of Pennsylvania, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
pp. 481-484. 



On the Physiological Effects of Moderate Muscular Activity and of 
Strain. 

Theodore Hough, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
pp. 484-490. 



460 SECTION K. 

Physical Exercise from the Standpoint of Physiology. 

Frederic S. Lee, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 744, April 2, 1909, 
pp. 521-527. 



Departmental Organization for the Regulation of Physical Instruction 
in Schools and Colleges from the Standpoint of Hygiene. 

Thomas A. Storey, College of the City of New York, New 
York, N. Y. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 744, April 2, 1909, 
PP- 527-532. 



Second Session. 



JOINT MEETING WITH THE AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL 
SOCIETY, THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN BACTERI- 
OLOGISTS AND THE AMERICAN SOCIETY 
OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTS. 



Anaphylaxis. 

Milton J. Rosenau and John F. Anderson, U. S. Public 

Health and Marine Hospital Service, Washington, D. C. 

Archives of Internal Medicine, June, 1909. 



The Physiological Significance of Creatin and Creatinin. 

Lafayette B. Mendel, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 745, April 9, 1909, 
pp. 584-591. 



The Cause and Diagnostic Value of the Venous Pulse. 

Albion W. Hewlett, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 743, March 26, 1909, 
pp. 515-S16. 



SECTION L. 



EDUCATION. 



I 



OFFICERS OF SECTION L. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
John Dewey, New York, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Chari.es R. Mann, Chicago, 111. 

Member of Council. 
Chas. S. Howe, Cleveland, O. 

Sectional Committee. 

Elmer Ellsworth Brown, Vice-President, 1907; John Dewey, Vice- 
President, 1908; Chas. R. Mann, Secretary, 1908-1912. 
C. S. Howe, i year; T. M. BalliET, 2 years; E. L. Thorndike, 3 years; 
C. M. Woodward, 4 years ; C. H. Judd, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Daniel P. MacMillan, Chicago, 111. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section L, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, pp. 872-873. 



American Standards in Education and the World-Standard. 

Address by Elmer Ellsworth Brown. National Bureau of 
Education, Vice-President and Chairman of Section L for 
1907. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxx, No. 770, October i, 1909, 
pp. 417-427- 



First Session. 



The Work of the National Bureau of Education. 

Discussed by : William D. Johnson, National Bureau of 
Education, Washington, D. C. Edward C. Elliott, Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. E. C. MoorE, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 752, May 28, 1909, 
pp. 872-873. 



Second Session. 



American College Education and Life. 

Discussed by : Josiah RoycE, Harvard University, Cambridge, 
Mass. William North Rice, Wesleyan University, 
Middletown, Conn. James H. Tuets, University of 
Chicago, Chicago, 111. Abraham FlExner, Carnegie 
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 740, March 5, 1909, 

pp. 361-376. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 741, March 12, 1909, 
pp. 401-414- 



464 SECTION L. 



JOINT SESSION WITH AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL 
ASSOCIATION. 



Psychological Investigations that will Help the Educator. 

Edwin A. Kirkpatrick, State Normal School, Fitchburg, Mass. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 873. 



Studies in Number Consciousness. 

Charles H. Judd, Yale University, New Haven Conn. 
Report, American Psychological Association. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 873. 



The Factors of General Ability. 

Edward L. ThorndikE, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxix. No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 873. 



Homogeneous Content in the Measurement of the Memory. 

Carl E. Seashore, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, la. 
The Psychological Bulletin, Vol. vi, No. 7. 



The General Effects of Special Practise in Memory. 
Walter F. Dearborn, Madison, Wis. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 752, May 28, 1909, p. 873. 



The Study and Treatment of Retardation. 

LiGHTNER WiTMER, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

The Psychological Bulletin, April 15, 1909- 



PAPERS READ. 465 



JOINT SESSION WITH AMERICAN FEDERATION OF 

TEACHERS OF THE MATHEMATICAL AND 

THE NATURAL SCIENCES. 



Symposium. 



The Problems of Science Teaching. 

Discussed by : Ira Remsen, Johns Hopkins University, Balti- 
more, Md. William T. Campbell, Boston Latin School, 
Boston, Mass. George F. Stradling, Northeast Manual 
Training School, Philadelphia, Pa. John M. Coulter, 
University of Chicago. Chicago, 111. Lyman C. Newell, 
Boston University, Boston, Mass. Nevin M. Fexneman, 
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxix, No. 748. April 30, 1909, 

pp. 708-711. 
School Science and Mathematics, March-April, 1909. 



EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 



EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 



Report of the General Secretary. 



One of the most successful meetings in the history of the American 
Association, and in some regards the most successful, was brought to 
a close Friday evening, January i, 1909, at Baltimore. Ample pro- 
visions for a large meeting were made by the local committee, and 
the expectations were fully realized. The total registration of the 
members of the Association was 1,088 and the affiliated societies re- 
porting adds 117. The next largest registration to this was at Wash- 
ington, in 1903, when 903 were recorded. But, as always, many in 
attendance were not registered, and a conservative estimate would 
bring the attendance of scientific men up to about 2,000. One striking 
features in the attendance was the large number of men from the 
various Government services in Washington, who came over and lent 
their presence in the meetings of every section. 

Great credit is due to the energy and efficiency of the local committee, 
of which Dr. William H. Welch was chairman and Professor Wm. 
J. A. Bliss secretary. The meeting places, mostly in the buildings 
of the Johns Hopkins University and Medical School, were ample and 
convenient, and the hotel accommodations excellent. There was not a 
hitch in the carrying out of the program ; every want was provided 
for in advance. 

The opening session was held in the audience room of McCoy Hall, 
Johns Hopkins University, at 10 A. M. Monday, December 28, 1908, 
with the retiring president. Professor E. L. Nichols, of Cornell Univer- 
sity, in the chair, who introduced the incoming president, Professor 
T. C. Chamberlin, of the University of Chicago, who presided. 
Addresses of welcome were made on behalf of the educational institu- 
tions of the city by President Ira Remsen, on behalf of the local com- 
mittee by Dr. Wm. H. Welch and on behalf of the city of Baltimore by 
the Mayor, Hon. J. Barry Mahool. It was recalled that when the Asso- 
ciation met in Baltimore fifty years ago, the membership was only 1,000 
and the attendance at the meetings only 200, while now the membership 
has grown to 7,000 and the Association has been divided into eleven 
sections, each devoted to a phase of scientific work, and even sections 
subdivided, in the case of Section C, chemistry, there being eight sub- 
sections, each with large attendance, and papers enough to occupy two 
or three days in the reading. 



47" EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

The presidential address by Professor E. L. Nichols, of Cornell 
University, was given in the hall of the Peabody Institute before a 
large audience of members and citizens of the town. The address 
was a masterly presentation of the thought that all the material advance 
of society is based on the discovery of laws and the establishment of 
principles by research in pure science; that the most of this research 
and of these contributions up to date have been made in the lands 
across the sea; that our universities are not properly providing for 
research, and that great improvement along these lines is possible, the 
recent noble bequest of Senator Vilas to the University of Wisconsin 
for the endowment of research professorships pointing the way. 

After the presidential address a reception to the members of the 
Association and affiliated societies was tendered by President Ira 
Remsen at McCoy Hall. The reception was largely attended and 
was a very pleasant affair. 

Sectional meetings began on Monday afternoon, and were continued 
till Friday evening, when all papers were read or otherwise disposed 
of. Certain of these sectional meetings were favored with record 
attendance, and with programs of exceptional interest and value. 
Section B reports the most successful meeting of its history. The 
joint meeting with the American Physical Society gave a record 
attendance. It was probably the largest gathering of physicists that 
has ever occurred in America. Eight sessions were held, and 54 
papers presented. The dinner held at the Country Club on Tuesday 
evening had an attendance of 91 and was voted the pleasantest event 
in the history of the section. 

Section E, in affiliation with the Geological Society of America, 
held a memorable symposium on "Correlation in Historical Geology." 
Sixteen papers were presented in this symposium, running through six 
sessions. A feature was a remarkable series of maps by Mr. Bailey 
Willis, showing the paleogeography of the continent of North America 
in many stages of its formation up to the present, showing what was 
certainly land, and certainly sea, areas sometimes land and sometimes 
sea, and the areas of uncertainty. Quite significant was the presenta- 
tion of the logic of correlation by Professor T. C. Chamberlin, the 
first term in every series of phenomena to be interpreted being shown 
to be found in diastrophic changes. 

The most important event in the week for Section F was the vice- 
presidential address by Professor E. B. Wilson, on "The Determination 
and Inheritance of Sex." 

Section L reported a very successful series of meetings, thus proving 
the wisdom of its establishment last year. This section has adopted 
the plan of devoting each session to the discussion of a single topic. 
On Wednesday afternoon "American College Education" was the 
theme, discussed by Professors Josiah Royce, James H. Tufts and 
others. In his address as retiring vice-president, Commissioner Elmer 



REPORT OF THE GENERAL SECRETARY. 47I 

Ellsworth Brown pointed effectively the choas that exists in American 
educational standards, and defined clearly some of the problems that 
must be solved to bring order out of this chaos. A session was de- 
voted to the discussion of the needs and possibilities of the U. S. 
Bureau of Education. 

The affiliated societies meeting with the Association this year were 
the American Society of Naturalists, the American Society of Biological 
Chemists', the American Anthropological Association, the American 
Folk Lore Society, the American Philosophical Association, the Ameri- 
can Physical Society, the American Psychological Association, the 
American Physiological Society, the American Society of Vertebrate 
Paleontologists, the American Chemical Society, the American Society 
of Zoologists, the American Nature-Study Society, the American Mathe- 
matical Society, the American Federation of Teachers of the Mathe- 
matical and the Natural Sciences, the American Institute of Electrical 
Engineers, the American Alpine Club, the Association of American 
Geographers, the Association of Economic Entomologists, the Botanical 
Society of America, the Entomological Society of America, the Geo- 
logical Society of America, the Society of American Bacteriologists, 
the Association of American Anatomists, the Southern Society for 
Philosophy and Psychology, the Sullivant Moss Society and the Wild 
Flower Preservation Society. 

Some actions of the council of the Association are of general interest : 
A resolution was adopted authorizing the permanent secretary to send 
a letter of greeting to Dr. Martin H. Boye, of Cooperstown, Pa., the 
sole surviving founder of the Association. It was resolved that the 
publishers of Science and The Popular Science Monthly be authorized 
to send The Popular Science Monthly in place of Science to any mem- 
bers of the Association who may specially request it. 

An amendment to the constitution was introduced as follows : Amend 
Article 23, by the omission of the words "and secretary" after the word 
"vice-president," in the third line, and to insert after the words "pre- 
ceding meeting," in the fourth line, the following words : "and the 
preceding secretary, and the presidents and secretaries of those affiliated 
societies which shall be designated by the council." 

One of the pleasantest features of the week was the reception, largely 
attended, on Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6.30, by the Maryland 
Historical Society at its rooms on Saratoga and St. Paul Streets. 

Quite significant and worthy of attention was the symposium on 
"Tariff Revision," by Section I on Tuesday afternoon ; with papers by 
Messrs. Farquhar, Hamilton, Orton and Holt, and discussion by Dr. 
J. Franklin Crowell, of the Wall Street Journal, and Mr. Seymour C. 
Loomis. The last named gentleman recommended that the laboratory 
method be introduced into the tariff management, by establishing a 
bureau in the Department of Commerce and Labor, composed of 



472 EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

experts, who will make scientific studies and recommendations to 
Congress, so removing the question from partisan politics. 

Another valuable meeting was the symposium on "Public Health" 
in McCoy Hall on Thursday afternoon, with addresses by Dr. Harvey 
W. Wiley, of the Bureau of Chemistry, Washington, on "The Nation's 
Pure Food Problem"; by Dr. L. O. Howard, Chief of the Bureau of 
Entomology, on "Th« Economic Loss to the People of the United States 
through Insects that Carry Disease" ; by Dr. Horace Fletcher, on "Vital 
Economics" ; by Professor Irving Fisher, of Yale, on "Progress of 
the Movement for Health Reform" ; and by Dr. Walter Wyman, of 
Washington, on "Public Health Administration." The very great 
preventable waste of human life, which is going on around us, was 
forcibly presented, and recommendations made for our government 
to take an intelligent and earnest interest in conservation of health 
as our greatest resource. 

The crowning feature of the week was the Darwin Centenary 
Memorial. The entire day, Friday, was devoted to the celebration. 
The great audience room of McCoy Hall was filled to the doors dur- 
ing the presentation of the papers. The president of the Association, 
Dr. T. C. Chamberlin, presided and opened the session with an address. 
Then followed Dr. Edward B. Poulton, of Oxford University, Eng- 
land, who spoke very entertainingly of "Fifty Years of Darwinism" ; 
Professor John M. Coulter, of the University of Chicago, spoke on 
"The Theory of Natural Selection from the Standpoint of Botany" ; 
and Professor E. B. Wilson, of Columbia University, discussed "The 
Cell in Relation to Heredity and Evolution." In the afternoon session 
Dr. Daniel T. MacDougal, of the Carnegie Institution, told of the 
"Direct Effect of Environment" ; Dr. W. E. Castle, of Harvard 
University, explained "The Behavior of Unit Characters in Heredity" ; 
Dr. Charles B. Davenport gave an account of "Mutation" ; Dr. Carl 
H. Eigenmann, of Indiana University, discussed "Adaptation" ; Pro- 
fessor Henry F. Osborn, of Columbia University, gave "Recent Paleon- 
tological Evidence of Evolution." This series of addresses has been 
published in a memorial volume. 

The close of the week's functions was the Darwin memorial dinner 
at Lehmann's Hall. About 300 sat at table, and after the repast the 
president of the Association, Dr. Chamberlin, presented Professor H. 
F. Osborn as the toastmaster. Professor Osborn gave an interesting 
reminiscence of his youth, when working in Huxley's laboratory. Dar- 
win visited the place, as the guest of Huxley, and the young Osborn, 
being the only American present, was introduced to Darwin. He 
spoke also of the spirit of Darwin and of Huxley which came to 
Johns Hopkins with Martin and with Brooks, both now gone. Dr. 
William H. Welch was then introduced and spoke of "The Debt 
of Medicine to Darwin" ; Dr. Albrecht Penck, of the University of 
Berlin, spoke on "The Geographical Factor in Evolution," and Professor 



REPORT OF THE GENERAL SECRETARY. 473 

Edward B. Poulton, of Oxford, gave a lively and entertaining talk on 
"The Personality of Darwin." Professor Chamberlin then closed 
the meeting with words of thanks and praise for those in Baltimore 
who so splendidly entertained the Association. 

At the final general meeting on Friday morning a resolution, intro- 
duced by Mr. Edward W. Morley, was passed, as follows : 

"Resolved, That the American Association for the Advancement of 
Science sincerely thanks the Johns Hopkins University and the other 
institutions of the city and also the citizens of Baltimore, for their 
generous hospitality during our meeting." 

At the meeting of the general committee it was voted to hold the 
next meeting during convocation week, 1909-10, at Boston, and recom- 
mendations to following councils favoring successive annual meetings 
at Minneapolis, Washington, Cleveland and Toronto. It was voted 
that a summer session in 1910 at Honolulu would be desirable if 
suitable arrangements can be made. 

Officers were elected as follows : President, Dr. David Starr Jordan, 
of Leland Stanford Junior University ; General Secretary, Professor 
Dayton C. Miller, Case School of Applied Science, Cleveland; Secretaay 
of Council, Dr. F. G. Benedict, of the Carnegie Institution ; Secretary 
of Section H, Professor George Grant MacCurdj^ of Yale University; 
Secretary of Section K, Dr. G. T. Kemp, Champaign. 111. Vice-presi- 
dents of the various sections were elected as follows : Section A, 
Professor E. W. Brown, of Yale University; Section B, Dr. L. A. 
Bauer, of the Carnegie Institution ; Section C, Professor Wm. Mc- 
Pherson. of Ohio State University ; Section D, Mr. J. F. Hayford, of 
the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington ; Section E, Dr. 
R. W. Brock, director of the Canadian Geological Survey; Section F, 
Professor W. E. Ritter, University of California; Section G, Professor 
D. P. Penhallow, McGill University, Canada; Section H, Professor 
Wm. H. Holmes, chief of the Bureau of Ethnology, Washington; 
Section I, Dr. Carroll D. Wright, of Clark University; Section K, 
Dr. C. S. Minot, Harvard University Medical School ; Section L, Dr. 
James E. Russell, Teachers College, Columbia University. 

J. Paul Goode, 

General Secretary. 
University of Chicago. 



REPORT 01^ THE TREASURER. 475 

Report of the Treasurer. 
1908. 

In compliance with Article 15 of the Constitution, and by direction 
of the Council, I have the honor to submit the following report, show- 
ing receipts, disbursements and disposition of funds of the Association 
for the year ended December 31, 1908. 

Receipts have come into the keeping of the Treasurer from three 
sources, namely, from Life Membership commutations, from a gift by 
an unknown friend of the Association, and from interest on invested 
funds. The total amount of these receipts is $2,427.69. 

Disbursements made in accordance with the directions of the Council 
amount to $532.30- 

The total amount of funds of the Association deposited in banks 
and subject to the order of the Treasurer December 31, 1908, is 
$19,638.84. 

The details of receipts, disbursements and disposition of funds are 
shown in itemized statement on following pages, dated April i, 1909. 



47^ EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 

The Treasurer in Account with the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. 
1908. Dr. 

Jan. I. To balance from last account $17,743-45 

Mch. 23. To 26 Life Memberships 1,300.00 

To gift from unknown friend of the Association 500.00 
Dec. 31. To interest on funds deposited in banks 
as follows : 
From Cambridge Savings Bank, Cam- 
bridge, Mass $41.94 

From Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank 

New York, N. Y 119.32 

From Metropolitan Savings Bank, New 

York, N. Y 116.60 

From Union Square Savings Bank, New 

York, N. Y 114.22 

From U. S. Trust Co., New York, N. Y. 162.43 
From International Banking Corpora- 
tion, Washington, D. C 73- 18 

627.69 

Total $20,171 . 14 



REPORT OF THE TREASURER. 477 

The Treasurer in Account with the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science. 
Ck. 
1908. 
Mch. 23. By interest on 195 Life Memberships paid to 

Permanent Secretary $ 332 . 30 

Apr. 13. By grant paid to Concilium Bibliographicum. . . . 100.00 

Apr. 24. By grant paid to C. H. Eigenmann 100.00 

Dec. 31. By cash on deposit in banks as 
follows : 
In Cambridge Savings Bank, Cam- 
bridge, Mass $ 1,080.42 

In Emigrant Industrial Savings 

Bank, New York, N. Y 3,085.96 

In Metropolitan Savings Bank, New 

York, N. Y 3,003 . 53 

In Union Square Savings Bank, New 

York, N. Y 2,941 .98 

In U. S. Trust Co., New York, 

N. Y 6,162.43 

In International Banking Corpora- 
tion, Washington, D. C 2,497.57 

In Fifth Avenue Bank, New York, 

N. Y 866.95 

19,638.84 

Total $20,171 . 14 

I hereby certify that the foregoing account is correctly cast and 
properly vouched. 

Theo. N. Gill, 

Auditor. 



REPORT OF the; PERMANENT SECRETARY. 



479 



Report of the Permanent Secretary. 

The matters heretofore referred to in the report of the Permanent 
Secretary, in so far as they relate to the annual meeting, have been 
covered in the report of the executive proceedings prepared by the 
General Secretary, and duplication is avoided by omitting them under 
the present head. 

The following is a comparative statement of the roll of members 
of record at the time of the annual meetings as noted : 



Surviving founders 

Living patrons 

Living honorary fellows. 

Fellows 

Members 

Totals 



New York 

2 

2 

3 

1847 

2644 

4498 

L. O. 



Chicago 
2 
2 

3 
1862 

3189 

5058 



Baltimore 



1969 
4161 



6134 

Howard, 
Permanent Secretarv- 



480 EXECUTIVE PROCEEDINGS. 



L. O. HOWARD, PERMANENT SECRETARY, IN 
TION FOR THE ADVANCE- 

From January 7, 1908, 
Dr. 

To balance from last account $15,043 . 53 

Annual dues, 1908 $7,366.00 

Annual dues, 1909 578.00 

Annual dues, previous years' 672.00 

Admission fees 1,250 . 00 

Associate fees 12 . 00 

Life membership fees 200 . 00 



Publications 84.00 

Binding • 4-40 

Interest 61 . 29 

Other receipts 374 . 49 



10,078.00 



.524.18 
$25,645.71 



1 hereby certify that I have examined this account, and that it is 
correctly cast and vouched. The balance of $1,564.56 was on deposit 
with the following Washington institutions : 

American National Bank $1,233.00 

American Security & Trust Co 328.98 

National Savings & Trust Co 2.58 

$1,564.56 

Theo. N. Gill, 

Auditor. 



REPORT OF THE PERMANENT SECRETARY. 



481 



ACCOUNT WITH THE AMERICAN ASSOCIA- 
MENT OF SCIENCE. 



to October 31, 1908. 



Cr. 



By publications : 

To publishers Science 

New York and Ithaca Volume. 

Reprints 

On account Chicago Volume... 



By expenses Chicago and Hanover meetings: 

Chicago program, maps an(i lists 

Hanover program 

Secretaries of sections, etc 

Other expenses, help, etc 



511,576.67 

2,602 . 78 

53.25 

800 . 00 



402.35 
65.00 

738.43 
127.28 



By general office expenses, including propa- 
gandic zvork: 

Postage 

Extra clerical help 

Circulars and blanks 

Stationery, office supplies, etc 

Express 

Telegrams 

By salaries: 

Permanent Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 



2,392 

404 

282 

81 

43 

36 



■31 
.76 
■15 
.20 

■25 
.40 



1,201.77 

833 -33 
500 . 00 



By miscellaneous disbursements: 

Cash paid Treasurer. .' 

Dues returned, etc 

Old storage bills 

Back volumes bought 

Binding 



1,800.00 

104.00 

22.00 

4.50 

9.72 



$15,032.70 



1,333 06 



3,240.07 



2,535-10 



1,940.22 



By balance to new account. 



$24,081.15 
1,564.56 



$25,645.71 



I 



i 



Index for Baltimore Meeting 

(For Hanover Index, see page 353.) 
(For Boston Index, see page 651 .) 



INDEX 



PAGE 

Abetti, Giorgio, and Philip Fox, Paper by ... . 366 

Acanthoniscus' spiniger Kinahan, The Isopod Crustacean, re- 
described .......... 430 

Acetanilid, Determination of, in hydrogen peroxide solutions, 396 

Acetic acid, The addition of, to unsaturated hydrocarbons 403 

Acetone, The condensation of, with calcium oxide . . 401 
Acree, Solomon Farley, Papers by . . . . 384, 402 

Act of Incorporation ........ 36 

Adams, Frank D., Paper by ...... . 419 

Address by the retiring president ...... 361 

Adiabatic determination of the heat of solution of some common 

metals in hydrochloric acid. The ..... 409 

Aeronautics, Recent progress in . . . .414 

Agarica fragilis, Bilateral symmetry in the development of the 

primary septa of a living coral . . . ' . . 428 

Agnew, P. G., and M. G. Lloyd, Paper by ... . z']2 

Agricultural, sanitary, and food chemistry section . . 385 

Algol-type variable Delta LibrcE, The orbit of the . . . 365 

Algonkins, central and eastern, The mythology of the . 446 
Alkaloidal determinations with mercuric potassium iodide, A 

new method for ........ 397 

.-Vlpha Coronae Borealis, The orbit of .... . 366 

Virginis and similar stars, On the spectra of . . 366 

Alpine plants, Are they exposed to increased evaporization ? . 438 

Alternaria panax n. sp., A blight of cultivated ginseng caused by 440 

Alway, F. J., Paper by ....... . 387 

American Anthropological Association, Officers of the . . 444 

Chemical Society, Officers of the .... 382 

Joint meeting of Section C with 383 
Federation of Teachers of the Mathematical and the 

Natural Sciences, Joint session of Section L with 465 

Folk Lore Societj', Officers of the .... 444 

Health League, the National Legislative Conference 
of the American Medical Association, and the 
Committee of One Hundred, Joint session of 

Section I with the ...... 454 

Medical Association, National Legislative Conference 
of the, the Committee of One Hundred, and the 
American Health League, Joint session of Sec- 
tion I with ....... 454 



486 



INDEX. 



American Physiological Society, the Society of American Bac- 
teriologists, and the American Society of Bio- 
logical Chemists, Joint meeting of Section K with 
Psychological Association, Joint session of Section L 
with ......... 

Society of Biological Chemists, Biological chemistry 

section in joint 
session with 
the American Phy- 
siological Society, 
and the Society of 
American Bacteri- 
ologists, Joint 
meeting of Section 
K with 
Zoologists. Joint meeting of Section F with 
Amia calva. Olfactory nerve, norvus terminalis, and preoptic 
sympathetic system in ...... . 

Amides, The catalytic hydrolysis of, by acids and alkalies 
Amphibia, Morphology of the sound-transmitting apparatus in 

the 

Amphibians, Reactions of, to light 

Amphitrite, Some egg-laying habits of . . . 

Anaphylaxis ........ 

Ancinus depressus (Say), The Isupod Crustacean 
Anderson, John F., and Milton J. Rosenau, Paper by 
Andrews, Ethan A., Paper by .... 

Andrews, Launcelot W., Papers by ... 

Aniline derivatives of certain unsaturated dibasic acids of the 
aliphatic series ...... 

Anthracnose, A new, attacking certain cereals and grasses 

resistant clover, Experiments in the production 
of an . 
Anthropology and psychology .... 

Antiquities, American, On the ])reser\ ation of 
Ants, mound-building, A colony of 
Anura, Notes on the eggs of the, at Tthaca, N. Y. 
Arc and spark phenomena in the secondary of a high potential 
transformer ...... 

Archaeological nomenclature. On .\nieriean 

Armadillo, Placentation of an 

Arnold, Ralph, Paper by .... 

Arsem, William C, Paper by . 

Association, A new method of measuring, by means of fluidity 

data ........ 

of American Geologists and Naturalists, Meetings 
and officers of the ..... 



PAGE 

460 
464 

388 



460 
43^ 

428 
402 

429 
430 
427 
460 
430 
460 
431 
398 

400 

44 ^ 

44-2 
443 
447 
431 

4-2; 

378 
447 
432 
420 
398 

406 
17 



INDEX. 487 

PAGE 

Astronomy, Mathematics and . ..... 363 

Atmosphere, The upper inversion in the .... 378 

Atomic theories ......... 375 

Auchy, George, Paper by ....... 392 

Auria, Luigi d', Paper by ...... . iT] 

Babbitt metal, Rapid analysis of ..... . 391 

Back- water computations, New methods of . . . . 4I-I 

Bacon, Charles W., Paper by ...... . -|02 

Bacteria, A statistical criterion for species and genera among the 437 

Some of the fermentative properties of . . . 388 

Bacterial disease of Nasturtium, A new . . . . . 442 

the peach, A . . . . . . 441 

sugar-beet leaf, A new . . . 441 

rot of the muskmelon, A . . . . . . 439 

Bailey, Ervin G., Paper by ...... . 393 

Bain, Samuel M., and Samuel H. Essary, Paper by . . 442 

Baker, Hugh P., Paper by 439 

Robert H., Paper by 366 

Ballistic dynamometer method of measuring hysteresis loss in 

iron, A .......... . 378 

Baltimore Meeting, Council of the ...... 9 

Local committee of the .... 13 

executive committee of the . . 14 

Officers of the ...... 7 

Bamboo and sedge, A few diseases of .... . 440 

Bancroft, Wilder D., Paper by ...... 407 

Banner, W. B., and George A. Hulett, Paper by . . . 399 

Barfoed's test, A disturbing factor in .... . 390 

Barium sulphate in analysis in the Munroc crucible 399 

Barnard, Edward E., Paper by ..... . 365 

Barry, Phillips, Paper by ....... 448 

Bascom, Miss Louise Rand, Paper by .... . 448 

Bates, S. J., and J. Bishop Tingle, Paper by .... 400 

Battle of the first people with Dakko. the Sun God — a Hamfo 

myth .......... 446 

Bauer, Louis A., Papers by .... . i^l , 7)T^ • ?u A 

Bearing plates, A study of plain metal base and . . . 413 

Bedford, M. Hume, Paper by ...... . 399 

Beede, Joshua W., Paper by ...... . 422 

Beef, The storage of, at temperatures above the freezing point 393 

Bell, James M., and Frank K. Cameron. Paper by 400 

Benedict, H. M., Paper by 437 

Benzenepentacarboxylic acid. The o.xidation of i - phenyl- 

naphthaline derivatives to ...... . 401 

Benzophenone, Preparation of . ..... 400 

Bergey, David H., Paper by 388 

Bessey, Charles Edwin, Address by ..... 435 



488 



INDEX. 



PAGE 
Bile acids, Esterification of tlie ...... 390 

Binary and ternary mixtures, On the Duhem-Margules equation 

as applied to ... . . . 406 

mixtures, A new law concerning the vapor pressures of 406 
method of determining the partial 

vapor pressures of . . . 405 

On the partial vapor pressures of . . 405 

Bingham, Eugene C, Papers by ..... . 406 

Biological chemistry section in joint session with American So- 
ciety of Biological Chemists .... 388 

Survey, U. S., The work of the, in economic ornith- 
ology and mam- 
m a 1 o g y and 
game protec- 
tion . . 430 
systematic zool- 
ogy and geo- 
graphic distri- 
bution 



Biology, The conception of unit-systems in 
Bissell, George W., Paper by ... 

Blake, Frederic C, Papers by ... 

Blanchard, Arthur H., Paper by . . . 

Bliss, Frank W., and Samuel W. Parr, Paper by 
Boas, Franz, Address by . 
Boas, Franz, Paper by .... . 

Bogert, Marston T., Paper by ... 

Bog toxins and their effect upon soils 
Boncelles, Presentation of eoliths from . 
Book reviews. On ...... 

Botanical teaching. Some fundamental errors in 
Botany . . . . . . . 

mountain, in Colorado, A summer laboratory for 
Boughton, Everett W., Paper by . 
Brachycephaly and dolichocephaly, Effects of, upon the 
of man ........ 

Bradley, Charles E., Paper by .... 

Bray, William C, and G. M. J. Mackay, Paper by 
Breckenridge, John E., Paper by ... . 

Brenton, B. F. Partlett, and J. Bishop Tingle, Paper by 
Bridgman, P. W., Papers by 
Brookover, Charles, Paper by 
Brown, Elmer Ellsworth 

Lucius P., Paper by 
Nellie A., Paper by 
Brush, Charles F., Paper by 



teeth 



430 
432 
414 

375. 376 
414 
408 
445 
447 
384 
435 
446 

447 
438 
433 
439 
393 

428 
386 
408 

393 
400 
371,372 
428 
463 
396 
441 
i77 



INDEX. 489 

PAGE 

Bryan, William Alanson, Paper by . . . . . . 448 

Bryozoan fauna of our Atlantic Coast, Some noteworthy addi- 
tions to the ......... 429 

Bucher, John E., Papers by ...... . 401 

Burke, C. E., and J. Bishop Tingle, Paper by . . . 400 

Cactus genera. Types of, 1753-1904 ..... 436 

Calcium carbonates, A study of the action of, on zinc sulphate 400 

phosphide, amorphous, The commercial manufacture of 394 
Callithamnion baileyi. The morphology and development of the 

cystocarp in ......... 439 

Calorimetric estimation. The indirect, of small amounts of PgOg 

with uranium acetate and potassium ferrocyanide . . 388 

Cameron, Frank K., and James M. Bell, Paper by . . 400 

J. G. Smith, Paper by . . . 404 

William O. Robinson, Paper by . 399 

Campbell, William T., Discussion by .... . 465 

Camphor series, Rearrangements in the, Isocampholactone . 402 

Carbon compounds. The classification of .... 384 

dioxide. The weight of, with a table of calculated values 399 

monoxide. On the oxidation of .... . 389 

The transformation of other forms of, into graphite 398 

Carnations, The effect of illuminating gas and its constituents on 436 

Carney, Frank, Paper by ....... 421 

Carnotite, A new occurrence of ..... . 422 

Carpenter, F. B., Papers by 395, 396 

Catalase, The absorption and partial purification of, from liver 389 

Catalysis, Studies in ........ 402 

Cathode, mercury, witli fixed anode, The rapid precipitation 

of metals in ........ . 405 

Cathodes, gauze, with fixed electrodes, The rapid precipitation 

of metals on ........ . 405 

Cedars, The spraying of, for "cedar apples" .... 442 

Cells, animal and vegetable, Surface tension as a factor in the 

distribution of salts in ...... . 390 

Cellulose, The determination of acid radicals in esters of . 403 

Cereals, underground, change in composition of, during storage 385 
Cerium, Preliminary note on a new volumetric method for the 

determination of, in the presence of other rare earths . 398 

Cestodes in flesh of marine fishes ...... 429 

Chalicodoma muraria, A note on the habits of the wall-bee . 431 

Chamberlain, Charles J., Paper by 437 

Chamberlin, Thomas C, Paper by 421 

Chapman, Robert H., Paper by 428 

Charles, Vera K., and Flora W. Patterson, Papers by . 440 
Chemical analysis, The importance of experience in the inter- 
pretation of the results of ... . 385 
engineers, Division of industrial chemists and 391 



490 



INDEX. 



Chemist, college-trained, The efficiency and deficiencies of the, 
when tested in the technical field .... 

Chemistry ......... 

agricultural, The future of ... . 

The function of. in the conservation of our natura 
resources ...... 

untilled field of ..... 

Chen, Chintao, Paper by ...... 

China wood oil, The iodine number and some other values for 
Chlorterephthalic acid, The anhydride of . . . 

Chrysler, Mintin A., Paper by ...... 

Cider vinegar analysis, Lead test in ... . 

Clancy, Paul N., Paper by ..... . 

Clark, Hubert Lyman, Paper by ..... 

Claviceps purpurea TuL, On a method of developing, with note 
on Claviceps rubra n. sp. . 
rubra n. sp.. On a method of developing Clavicep 
purpurea TuL, with notes on . . . 

Clays and soils, The influence of lime in contact with 

soils and mucks, and the manurial soils. The reaction 
between ........ 

Clews, Henry, Paper by ...... . 

Cline, G. A., Paper by 

Clover, anthracnose-resistant. Experiments in the production 
of an ......... 

Coal, Accuracy in sampling ...... 

Coal-tar colors. Some reactions of . 

Coal, The iodometric determination of sulphates and that 

sulphur in, or in organic compounds 
Cochran, C. B., Papers by ..... . 

Cockroaches, Nuclear components of the sex-cells of 

Cohen, Louis, Paper by . 

Cold storage, Observations on the best methods of 

Cole, Alfred D., Paper by 

College-trained chemist. The efficiency and deficiencies of the 
when tested in the technical field 
training, To what extent should it confer practica 
efficiency along technical lines? ... 
CoUetotrichose of fig, hypochnose of apple and. Two North 
Carolina plant diseases :...... 

Colorado, A summer laboratory for mountain botany in 

eastern. The plant formations in, and what they 
indicate ........ 

Coloring matter. Standard methods for determining and record- 
ing the relative permanency or resistance of, to the common 
color destroying agencies ...... 



PAGE 

383 
381 
384 

384 
384 
453 
393 
401 
436 
386 
392 
427 

440 

440 
388 

388 
454 
378 

442 
393 
387 

398 
386, 387 
432 
i73 
393 
375 

383 

.^83 

439 
439 

438 



394 



INDEX. 

Comet Morehouse ...... 

On the changes in the tail of 
Spectrum of ... 

Committee, Local, of the Baltimore Meeting 

executive, of the Baltimore Meeting 

of One Hundred, the American Health League, and 

the National Legislative Conference of the 

American Medical Association, Joint session of 

Sectron I with ..... 

Committees, Special, of the Association .... 

Compressibilities at high pressures, Methods for measurnig 
Comstock, John H., Paper by ..... 

Conant, Charles A., Paper by ..... 

Condensed milk, sweetened, To determine fat in 
Condra, George E., Paper by . 

Conduction, Transition from metallic to electrolytic 

Conifers, Some little-known diseases of, found in connection 

with a disease survey of our western forests 

The unsaponifiable matter in the oleo-resins of 

Conservation of our natural resources. The function of chem 

istry in the ...... 

Constitution ....... 

Consumers' standpoint, Tariff revision from the 
Cook, Frank C, Paper by ... . 

John H., Paper by ... . 

Mel T., Paper by 

Coos Indians of Oregon, Traditions of the 

Copper and iodine. Equilibrium in solutions containing 

compounds with protein and their relative digestibility 

salts, The anti-putrescent effects of 

The quantity of, absorbed in the process of greening 

vegetables and the effect thereof on digestibility 

Coral (Agarica fragilis), Bilateral symmetry in the development 

of the primary septa of a living ..... 

Corliss engine for experimental work. Note on specially designed 

Correlation, Symposium on ... . 

Coulter, John M., Discussion by . . . 

Council of the Baltimore Meeting . 

Coupled circuits. The theory of . . . 

Cowboys, Songs of the western 

Creatin and creatinin. The physiological significance of 
Creation myth of the Pa-we-nan, The 
Crocker, William, and Lee L Knight, Papers by 
Cross, John P., Paper by .... 

Crowell, John Franklin, Address by 

Seymour C. Loomis, and Byron W 
Holt, Paper by . 



491 

PAGE 

367 

365 

365 

13 

14 



454 
15 
2,72. 
431 
453 
386 

423 
408 

441 
391 

384 
Z7 
453 
389 
421 
440 
449 
408 

387 
386 

386 

428 

414 
419 

9 
ZIZ 
449 
460 
446 
436 
448 
453 

454 



492 



INDEX. 



PAGE 



Crystallization through membranes 

Cucurbits, The peg of the 

Cumingia tellinoides (Conrad), Oogenesis of 

Cuprous hydroxide ..... 

Currency problem, The Oriental 
question in China, The 

Curry, B. E., and Fred W. Morse, Papers by 

Cuscuta epithymum Murr., The perennation of the clover dodder 

Cushman, Allerton S., Paper by 

Cyanacetic ether, Alkylation of 

Cyclical process method for deriving thermodynamic equations 
A simplification of the ...... 

Dachnowski, Alfred, Paper by ..... 

Dakota children, mixed and full-blood, JNIeasurements of 

Dall, William H., Paper by 

d'Auria, Luigi, Paper by ...... 

Davis, Donald W., Paper by ..... 

Day, David W., Paper by ..... . 

Dearborn, Walter F., Paper by .... . 

Delta Librae, The orbit of the Algol-type variable . 

Denitrification and plant growth, Efifect of fresh and well- 
rotted manure on ... . 

Dennis, Louis M., Paper by . . . 

Denudation in the United States 

Departmental organization for the regulation of physical instruc- 
tion in schools and colleges from the standpoint of hygiene 

Desert ranges. Locus of maximum lateral deflation in 

Desha, L. Junius, Paper by .... . 

Devonian, Middle and Upper, and Mississippian faunas of North 
America, Correlation of ... . 

Diastrophism as the ultimate basis of correlation 

Dickson, W. S., and Charles H. Herty, Paper by 

Digestion in cold-blooded vertebrates, The rate of, in relation 
to temperature ..... 

Dike, Paul H., Paper by . 

Diketonic acids, The y-y," 

Dilution law applicable to both aqueous and non-aqueous 
solutions ....... 

Dioon spinulosum, A preliminary account of . 

Diterpenes in camphor oil. Occurrence of 

Dixon, Roland B., Paper by . 

Dole, Richard B., and Herman Stabler, Paper by 

Dolichocephaly, Effects of brachycephaly and, upon the teeth 
of man ....... 

Dogfish, Reactions of the, to chemical stimuli 

Dorsey, George A., Paper by . 



INDEX. 

Dox, Arthur W., Paper by 

Duhem-Margules equation as applied to binary and ternary 

mixtures, On the 
Dynamophone, The .... 

Earth, The ellipticity of the, is not a proof of a former liquid 
state .......... 

Earthworm and newt, Role of the nerve system in regenera 
tion in ......... 

Easley, C W., and M. A. Rosanoff, Paper by 

Echinoderms, Brood protection and sexual dimorphism among 

Economic science, Social and ...... 

Education ......... 

American college, and life .... 

standards in, and the world- standard 
The work of the National Bureau of 
Ehrenfeld, Charles H., Paper by .... . 

Electrical conductivity of the atmosphere over the Pacific 

Ocean, The 

discharge. Momentum effects in 

method for determining the amount of moisture in 

grain and other materials, An 
resistance of bismuth and nickel, On the influence of 
temperature and transverse magnetization upon 

the 

stimulation of plant growth . . . . . 

Electric waves, On the extra transmission of . . . 

Electrode potentials of the alkali metals, A method of determin- 
ing the .......... 

Electrolytic films of iron, nickel and cobalt, Optical properties of 

Elements', Classification of the, for arranging references to 

articles ..... 

Elliott, Edward C, Discussion by . 
Elliptic realms' of rationality . 
Engineering colleges, state, A problem for 
experiment stations. State 
Mechanical science and 
Entladungsstrahlen .... 

Entomological Society of America, Joint 
F with ..... 

Enzymes of some lower fungi 
Eolian erosion, Differential effects of, 
varying induration 
sand drift. The phenomena of 
Eoliths from Boncelles, Presentation of 
Equilibrium in solutions containing copper and iodine 
Erbium and its companions ..... 



meeting of Section 



upon rock-belts of 



493 

P.VGE 
388 

406 
377 

375 

428 

405 
427 

451 
461 

463 
463 
463 
391 

376 
375 



376 
i7i 

375 

375 
371 

398 
463 
366 

415 
414 
411 
375 

431 
388 

422 
422 
446 
408 
398 



494 



INDKX. 



Esoteric narratives on the source of niytlis, Observations on 
Esperanto and a sexdecimal notation .... 
Essary, Samuel H., and Samuel M. Bain, Paper by 
Ester formation, Further studies in catalysis in 
Esterification law and steric hindrance hypothesis. The 
Esters of cellulose. The detcrminatioji of acid radicals in 

The catah'tic formation of. from amides and alchoh 
in the presence of acids .... 

Ether density. Some optical effects of changes in 
Ethyl butyrate, Is platinum black capable of effecting the 

hydrolysis of? . 
Executive proceedings .... 

Falk, K. George, Paper by 
Farquhar, A. B., and H. E. Miles, Paper by 
Fatigue of metals excited by Roentgen rays 
Fats, greases, etc., Standardization of methods for commercial 

analysis of, and the adoption of rational nomenclature for 

same ....... 

Fe'atherless fowls ...... 

Fenneman, Nevin AL, Discussion by 
Fern-spermatozoids, Movements and reactions of 
Ferric nitrates in aqueous solutions 
Fertilizer chemistry section .... 

industry, The — An historical sketch 
laws, present, and proposed fertilizer legislation, Som 
points of interest in connection with 
Fink, Bruce, Paper by .... . 

Fisher, Irving, Paper by .... 

Fishes, marine, Cestodes in Hesh of 
Regeneration and growth in 
Fisk, Harlan W., Paper by ... . 

5-Brom-2 Aminobenzoic acid .... 

Flather, John J., Paper by ... . 

Flavoring extracts. The determination oi essential oil and 

hoi in ...... 

Fleming, John A., Paper by . 
Fletcher, Horace, Paper by . . . 
Flexner, Abraham, Discussion by 
Fluidity data, A new method of measuring association 1) 
means of .... . 

The relations between viscosity and 
Folk-lore from the Southern States 
Folk-music in America ..... 

Folkmar, Daniel, Paper by ... . 

Food chemistry section. Agricultural, sanitary and 
Forbes, Stephen A., Paper by . 



INDEX. 495 

PAGE 

Forchbeiiberg, Leo, Paper by ...... . 449 

Fox, Philip, and Giorgio Abetti, Paper by . . ' . . 366 

Frankforter, George B., Paper by ..... . 404 

Fred, Edwin B., Paper by ...... . 385 

Free, Edward E., Paper by ...... . 422 

French, G. T., and F. C. Stewart, Paper by .... 437 

Frog and sea-urchin, On the effects of centrifugal force on the 

development of the eggs of the ..... 432 

Frost, Edwin B., Paper by ...... . 366 

and John A. Parkhur.-^t, Paper by . . 365 

Fungi, The present treatment of monotypic genera of . 441 
relations of magnesium and phosphorus to growth 

in the ........ 389 

Fusarium disease of the pansy, A ..... . 442 

Galvanometer, moving coil. The three temperature coefficients of 
the, and their relation to the temperature coefficients of 

its various part> ........ 374 

(Talvanometers, moving coil. 'JMie effect of the magnetic im- 
purities in the copper coils of, upon their sensitiveness, 

hysteresis, and zero shift ....... 374 

Garner, James B., Paper by ....... 404 

Gas, illuminating. The effect of. and its constituents ini carnations 436 

Gates, Reginald R., Paper by 436 

General ability. The factors of ...... 464 

Generator coils, An imusual incrustation on .... 391 

Geodetic arcs. It is not necessary to place, in various latitudes 413 

Geography, Geology and ........ 417 

Geological facts bearing on the i)lace of the origin of the human 

race 445 

terms. Some -new or little known, and their applica- 
tion in stratigraphic writing .... 421 
Geology and geography . . . . . . .417 

Gibson, Robert B., Paper by 388 

Giddings, Nahum J., Paper by ...... 439 

Ginseng, cultivated, A blight of, caused by Alternaria panax 

n. sp. .......... 440 

Girty, George H., Paper by ....... 420 

Glacial deposits. The metamorphism of . . . 4-i 
Glaciation of the Longs Peak region of Colorado. The Mills 

Moraine,. with some general remarks on the . . 422 

Goldfarb, A. Julius, Paper by 428 

Goldthwait, James W., Paper by 4^3 

Goode, J. Paul, Report of, as general secretary . . . 469 

Gordon, Charles H., Paper by 422 

Gore, Herbert C., Papers by 387 

Gowdy, R. E. C, and Louis T. More, Paper by .,.371 



496 



INDEX. 



PAGE 
419,421 

375 



Grabau, Amadeus W., Papers by .... . 
Grain and other materials, An electrical method for determining 

the amount of moisture in ...... 

Grape juices. The composition of Concord, Catawba, and 

Scuppernong ......... 387 

Grape, Necrosis of the ........ 440 

Green, Bernard R., Paper by ...... . 413 

Greene, Arthur M., Jr., Paper by ...... . 414 

Griffiths, David, Paper by ....... 435 

Griffithsia bornetiana. The life history of ... . 435 

Groat, Benjamin F., Paper by ...... 414 

Gruenberg, Benjamin C, Paper by ..... . 437 

Guayule and guayule rubber ....... 394 

Vegetative reproduction by induced root-regeneration 

in the 435 

Gudeman, Edward, Paper by ...... . 385 

Hagar, Stansbury, Paper by ....... 446 

Hale, William J., Paper by ...... . 403 

Hall, J. G., and F. L. Stevens, Paper by .... 439 

Halogens, On the determination of, in organic compounds . 402 

Hamfo myth, Battle of the first people with Dakko, the Sun God 446 

Hamilton, Francis E., Paper by ..... . 453 

Hancock, Harris, Paper by ...... . 366 

Hanson, H. H., Paper by ....... 385 

Hawaiians, Some inventions of the ancitnt .... 448 

Hawk, Philip B., and M. E. Rehfuss, Paper by . . . 390 

Hay, Oliver P., Paper by ....... 428 

Hayford, John F., Papers by . . . . . . 375, 413 

Haynes, Arthur E., Paper by ...... . 415 

Heald, F. D., Paper by ....... . 442 

Health reform. Progress of the movement for . . . 455 

Heat conductance of soils . . . . . . . 409 

Hedgecock, George Grant, Paper by .... . 441 

Heikel, G., Paper by ........ 397 

Hektoen, Ludvig, Address by ...... . 459 

Herty, Charles H., Paper by ...... . 384 

and W. S. Dickson, Paper by . . . 391 

Hessler, John C, Paper by ...... . 403 

Heterospory in Marsilea, Origin of . . . . . . 436 

Hewett, Edgar L., Paper by ...... . 447 

Hewlett, Albion W., Paper by ...... 460 

Hibbard, R. P., Paper by 439 

Highway traffic in Rhode Island, An analysis' of . . . 414 

Hill, Arthur E., and John P. Simmons, Paper by . . . 408 

Hilton, William A., Paper by ...... . 427 

Hodge, Frederick Webb, Papers by ..... 447 



INDEX. 497 

PAGE 

Hoffman, Alfred, Papers by ...... . 401 

Holland, William West, and J. Bishop Tingle, Paper by . 400 
Holt, Byron W., John Franklin Crowell, and Seymour C. 

Loomis, Paper by ....... . 454 

Homberger, Alfred W., and William A. Noyes, Paper by . 402 

Hop, Oregon, The composition of the ..... 386 

Hortvet, Julius, and Rodney Mott West, Paper by . . 387 

Hough, Theodore, Paper by ...... . 459 

Walter, Memorial address for Otis T. Mason . 446 

House warming ......... 413 

Hovda, O., and Anthony Zeleny, Paper by ... . 374 

Howard, L. O., Paper by ....... 454 

Report of, as permanent secretary . . . 479 

Howell, William H., Introductory remarks by ... 459 

Hoyt, W. D., Paper by ....... . 437 

Hrdlicka, Ales, Paper by ....... 445 

Hudson, Claude S., Papers by ..... . 403, 407 

Hulett, George A., Paper by ...... . 406 

and W. B. Banner, Paper by . . . 399 
Human race. Geological facts bearing on the place of the origin 

of the 445 

Humphreys, William J., Papers by . . . . . . 378 

Hydrates, Recent evidence for the existence of, in aqueous 

solutions .......... 405 

Hydrochloric acid, standard, A method for the preparation of 399 
The adiabatic determination of the heat of 

solution of some common metals in . 409 

Hydrogen, Preparation of pure, and the elimination of oxygen 406 

Hydrostatic pressures, high, An absolute gauge for measuring 371 
Hygiene, The regulation of physical instruction in schools and 

colleges from the standpoint of ..... 459 

Hymenophyllaceae, Physiological studies on the . . . 435 
Hypochnose of apple and colletotrichose of fig. Two North 

Carolina plant diseases ....... 439 

Hysteresis loss in iron, A Ballistic dynamometer method of 

measuring .......... 378 

Iddings, Joseph P., Address by ..... . 419 

Igneous rocks, The study of ...... . 419 

Igorrotes, Tinglayan, Social institutions of the . . . 447 

Importers' standpoint, Tariff revision from the . . . 453 

Incorporation, Act of ....... . 36 

Indian linguistic families North of Mexico, On nomenclature of 447 

Indians, Southwestern and North Mexican, Height in the . 445 
Indicators, The theory of, and the reactions of phthaleins and 

their salts ......... 403 

Industrial chemists and chemical engineers. Division of . . 391 

Inorganic chemistry section ....... 397 



498 



INDEX. 



Inorganic compounds, Tlie work of \\'erner on the constitu- 
tion of ...... . 

hydrolysis, The reaction velocity of an 
Insects that carry disease, Economic loss to the people of th 
United States through ...... 

Intellect of animals, On the ...... 

Interpolation formula of geophysics, On the 
Introductory address [at Symposium on Public Health] 

remarks by the chairman [on the regulation of 

physical instruction in schools and colleges 

from the standpoint of hygiene] 

Investment, Speculation and ...... 

The influence of science upon the progress of 
lodate, The supposed presence of, in commercial potassium 
iodide — an illusion ...... 

Iodine, copper and, Equilibrium in solutions containing 

number and some other values for China wood oil, The 
The determination of. in protein combinations 
Ionic theory. The use and abuse of the 
Ionization in closed vessels ..... 

Ions, negative, produced by ultra-violet rays in various gases at 

different pressures and temperatures, Velocity of the 
Iron and steel, Acceleration tests of the resistance to corrosion o 

from a chemical and commercial standpoint 
Isobases of Post-Algonquin elevation across Lakes Michigan 
and Huron ....... 

Isocampholactone, Rearrangements in the camphor serie 

Ives colorimeter. Some industrial applications of the 

Izamal and its celestial plan 

Jacoby, Henry S., Paper l)y 

James, Charles, Paper by . . . 

Jamieson. Clara O., Paper by 

Jeffrey, E. C. Paper by . 

Joimston, John, Paper by 

Johnson. William D.. Discussion by 

Johonnott, Edwin S., Paper by 

Jones, Grinnel. Paper by 

Harry C, Paper by 

and W. W. Strong. Paper by 
Jordan, F. C, Paper by . 

Henry E., Paper by . 
Strowd, and Alvin S. Wheeler. Paper Ijy 
Judd, Charles' H., Paper by ... . 

Juncus, Notes on the anatomy of (preliminary) 

Kahlenberg, Louis, Paper by . 

Kastle, Joseph H., Paper by ... . 



INDEX. 

Kern, Frank Dunn, Paper bj- .... 

Keyes, Charles R., Papers by . 

Kinetic theory of gases, A critical review of tlie problem o 

pressure in the ....... 

Kingsbury, Benjamin F., and Hugh I). Reed, Paper by 

Kirkpatrick, Edwin A., Paper by . 

Knight, Lee I., and William Crocker, Papers by 

Nicholas, and Lois E. Poyneer, Paper by 
Knowlton, Frank H., Paper by 
Kovarik, Alois F., Paper by ... . 

Krans'. Charles A., Papers by . 

and Gilbert N. Lewis, Papers b 
Kreatinin, Factors which influence the determination of 
Kremers, Edward, Papers by . 384 

Labile hydrogen atoms. Fixation of, by chloral 
Laboratory apparatus. Some new 
Laird, Elizabeth R., Papers by . . . 

Lakes Michigan and Huron, Lsobases of Post-Algonquin elev; 

tion across ...... 

Lamb, Arthur B., and M. A. Rosanoff, Paper by 

Landreth, Olin H., Addres.^ by 

Lane, Henry H., Paper by ... . 

Langmuir, Irving, Paper by ... . 

Laramie beds of Converse County, Wyoming, A new Trachcdoi 

from the ......... 

Lateral deflation, maximum, in desert ranges. Locus of 
Lead, Electrolytic estimation of, using the mercury cathode 
Leavens, George D., Paper by ..... 

Leaves, Effect of age on the venation of . . . 

Leavitt, Sherman, and J. .\rthur LeClerc, Paper by 
LeClerc, J. Arthur, and Sherman Leavitt, Paper by 
Lee, Frederic S., Paper by ..... . 

Lewis, Gilbert N., and Charles A. Kraus, Papers by 

Richard C. Tolman. Paper by 

Paper by .... . 

L F., Paper by .... . 

Library book stacks without daylight 

Licheno-ecologic studies in the Kentucky mountains. Initiating 

Lime, The influence of, in contact with clays and soils 

Lind, Samuel C, Paper by .... . 

Linton, Edwin, Paper by ..... 

Lithium, A spectroscopic method for determining small amounts 

of 

The atomic weight of . . . 

Little, Arthur D., Paper by .... 
Liver, The absorption and partial purification of catalase from 



499 

PAGE 
422 

in 
429 
464 
436 
387 
421 

373 
408 

375. 407 
389 

397. 403 
401 

405 
379 



37.^ 



423 
405 
413 
432 
407 

423 
422 

399 
395 
437 
385 
385 
460 
.407 

384 
435 
413 
435 
388 
407 
429 

397 
399 
384 
389 



5Po 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

435, 437 

371.413 

372 



Lloyd, Francis E., Papers by . . 
M. G., Papers by . 

and P. G. Agnevv, Paper by . . 

Loevenhart, A. S., Paper by . 
Longs' Peak region of Colorado, The Mills Moraine, with 

general remarks on the glaciation of the 
Loomis, Seymour C, Byron W. Holt, and John Franklin Crowell, 

Paper by 454 

Lovett, Edgar Odell, Address by ..... . 365 

Lowenstein, Arthur, Papers by ..... 391, 395 

Lubrication and lubricants ....... 394 

Lucas, H. J., and William McPherson, Paper by 
Lumeter, The, a practical measure of general luminosity 
Lutz, Anne M., Paper by ..... 

Mabery, Charles F., Paper by . 

Macallum, A. B., Paper by 

McClendon, J. F., Paper by 

McCollum, Burton, and Martin A. Rice, Paper by . 
MacCurdy, George Grant, Paper by . . . 

and Charles Peabody, Paper by 
Hansford M., Paper by 
MacDougal, Daniel T., Paper by . . . 
Mackay, G. M. J., and William C. Bray, Paper by 
McKeehan, L. W., and John Zeleny, Paper by 
McKenzie, Robert Tait, Paper by . 
McLennan, J. C, Paper by ... . 
McMurtrie, William, Paper by . . . 

McPherson, William, and H. J. Lucas. Paper by 
Magnesium, The basic nitrates of . 

Magnetic declination at sea. An instrument designed for more 
precise determination of the 

double refraction normal to the field in liquids 

standards. Results of some recent intercomparisons 
of, by the Carnegie Institution of Washington 

storms, Some data regarding recent 

testing of ring specimens. Errors in 
Mahool, Hon. J. Barry, Address of welcome by 

Mailey, R. C, Paper by 

Manitoba, Archeological explorations in 
Manns', Thomas F., Paper by . . . . 
Manufacturers' standpoint, Tariff revision from tiie 
Mariott, Walter R., and John A. Miller, Paper by 
Marsilea, Origin of heterospory in . 
Mars, The spectrum of . 

Martin, Artemas, Paper by ... . 
Mason, Otis T., Memorial address for 



Paper by 



freezing out of colloids 



INDEX. 

Mast, S. O., Paper by 
Mathematics and astronomy 
Matthes, Francois E., Paper by 
Mattill, H. A., and Amos W. Peters 
Maurer, Edward R., Paper by 
Mavor, James Watt, Paper by 
Mead, Charles S., Paper by 
Meats, frozen. Observations on the 

with reference to . . 

Meat, The diastatic enzyme of ripening .... 

Mechanical science and engineering .... 

Mechanics, Non-Newtonian, and the principle of relativity 
Medeola virginica, The fruit of .... . 

Medicine, experimental. Physiology and .... 

Meeker, George H., Paper by . 

Meetings of the Association ...... 

Melanin pigment granules, Factors determining the movement o 
Membranes, Crystallization through .... 

Memory, Homogeneous content in the measurement of the 
Memory, The general effects of special practice in 
Mendel, Lafayette B., Paper by .... . 

Mercury, The resistance of, as a secondary gauge for high 

pressures ........ 

Merriam, C. Hart, Papers by .... . 

Mesozoic and Tertiary floras, Succession and range of 

invertebrate faunas. Later, Succession and distribution 
of . . . 

Metals, The rapid precipitation of, in a mercury cathode with 



lixed anode 
on gauze cathodes 
fixed electrodes 



with 



Metcalf, Haven, Paper by ..... . 

Metzger, Floyd J., Paper by ..... . 

Mewan tribes. Mythology of the . . . . . 

Mexico, A curious survival in, of the use of Murcx purpura for 
dyeing purposes ....... 

Meyer, Eugene, Paper by ...... 

Miles, H. E., and A. B. Farquhar, Paper by . . . 
Milk products. Analyses of ..... . 

Milk sickness. The cause of trembles and 

sterilized, artificially infected, The effect of low tempera- 
tures' on B. coli and B. typhosus in . . . 
Miller, Dayton C, Address by ..... 

Paper by ..... . 

John A., and Walter R. Mariott, Paper by 

W. Lash, Paper by 



501 

PAGE 
438 
363 
423 
389 

428 
432 

393 
389 

411 
376 

387 
457 
408 
iS 
427 
407 
464 
464 
460 

372 

430, 446 

421 

420 
405 



405 
440 
398 
446 

445 
454 
453 
385 
441 

386 
371 
373 
367 
406 



502 



INDEX. 



PAGE 



Mills Moraine, The, with some general remarks on the glacia 

tion of the Longs Peak region of Colorado 
Mississippian faunas, Middle and Upper Devonian and, of North 

America, Correlation of ..... . 

Moisture, The rapid determination of, in commercial product 

of a viscous or semi-solid consistencj- 
Molecular masses of liquids. The 
Montgomery, Henry, Paper by 
Moody, Lewis F., Paper by 
Moore, E. C, Discussion by . 

F. C, and R. G. Woodbridge. Jr., Paper by 
More, Louis T., Paper by ..... 

and R. E. C. Gowdy, Paper by 
Morgulis, Sergius, Paper by .... . 

Morse, Fred W., and B. E. Curry, Papers by . 

Max, Papers by . 
Moseley, E. L., Paper by ...... 

Moulton, Forest R., Paper by ..... . 

Mourning ceremony. Additional notes on the Yumme or 
Munroe, Charles E., Papers by ..... 

crucible, The ...... 

Murex purpura for dyeing purposes, A curious survival ii 

Mexico of the use of ...... 

Muscular activity, moderate, and of strain, On the physiological 
effects of 

tissue, frozen and unfrozen, Observations on certain 
stains applied to ..... 

Muskmelon, A bacterial rot of the ..... 

Mutarotation, A new method for detecting 

Mycorhiza problem, Some aspects of the 

Mythologies, American, On the concordance of 

Myths, Observations on esoteric narratives on the source of 

Nasturtium, A new bacterial disease of . 

Nebraska, Sand and gravel resources of . 

Necrosis of the grape ....... 

Negro-lore, dialects, and melodies. The importance of recording 

Nelson, James A., Paper by 

Nernst glowers. The formation of nitric nxidc by the action of 

on air ......... 

Neurofibrillae and nerve function, Tiic early development of 
Newell, Lyman C, Discussion by .... . 

New Guinea, A trip through 



New York, Some preglacial valleys 

tion to existing drainage 
Newt, earthworm and. Role of the nerv 
Nichols, Edward L., Address by 



eastern, and their rela 



c system in regeneration m 



INDEX. 503 

PAGE 

Nichols, William H., Paper by 383 

Nickel anode, A further study of the behavior of the . . 409 

The behavior of the ...... 404 

Niedlinger, Sidney, Paper by ...... . 402 

Nipher, Francis E., Paper by ...... 373 

Nitrate of soda, The distribution of, in the United States 394 
Nitrates, The calorimic determination of, in soil solutions con- 
taining organic matter ....... 385 

Nitration, Studies in — VI, Synthesis of certain nitranilides 400 
Nitric oxide, the formation of, by the action of Nernst glowers 

on air .......... 407 

Nitromalonic aldehyde. The condensation of, with urea 403 
North America, Physical and faunal evolution of, in the late 

Ordovicic, Siluric and Devonic time . 419 

Carolina, western. Ballads and songs of . . . 448 

Norton, F. A., Papers by ....... 386 

Noyes, William A., and Alfred W. Homberger. Paper i)y 402 

Number consciousness. Studies in ..... . 464 

Nuttall, Mrs. Zelia, Paper by 445 

Nylander's reaction, A study of ..... . 390 

Oedogonium, Mitosis in ....... . 438 

Oenothera lata 9 X^gigas cf , The first generation offspring of 438 

Some variations and hybrids of ... . 436 

Officers of Section A ....... . 364 

B 370 

C 382 

D 412 

E 418 

F 426 

G 434 

H 444 

I 452 

K 458 

L 462 

the American Chemical Society .... 382 

Baltimore Meeting ...... 7 

meetings of the Association .... 19 

Olmstead, F. A.. Paper by ...... . 392 

Olnej', Louis Atwell, Paper by ...... 394 

Ophioglossaceae, On the nature of the fertile spike in the . 436 
Ophiucoma pumila. Regeneration in the brittle-star, with refer- 
ence to the influence of the nervous system 430 
Opsonins and other antibodies ...... 459 

Optical properties of electrolytic films of iron, nickel, and cobalt 371 

Opuntia, Descriptions of species of .... . 435 



504 



INDEX. 



Study of . 
heat and corn seedling 



the 



Organic chemistry section 

reactions, The quantitative 
Orientation of the cotyledon of v 

stimulated by the light 
Orthohydroxyazobenzene, The synthesis of 
Orton, Edward, Jr., Paper by . 
Jesse J., Paper by 
W. A., Paper by . 
Osborn, Henry F., Paper by 
Osburn, Raymond C, Papers by 
Osmotic studies 

Oxidizing power of roots, Methods of demonstratii 
Oxine formation and hydrolysis, The mechanism of 
Oxyhydrogen gas coulometer, A modified 
Paleolithic discoveries. Some recent 

implements. Presentation of two, recently found in 
undisturbed glacial deposits ; one in Missouri, 
the other in Ohio ..... 

Paleozoic faunas, early. Evolution of, in relation ro their en 
vironment ....... 

floras, The Upper, their succession and range 
Pammel, L. H., Paper by ...... 

Panic of 1907, The stock exchange and the 

Pansy, A Fusarium disease of the ..... 

Papaver somniferum, Preliminary notice of physiological studie: 
on ......... . 

Parger, W. L., and M. A. Rosanoff, Paper by 

Parkhurst, John A., and Edwin B. Frost, Paper by 

Parr, Samuel W., Paper by ..... . 

and Frank W. Bliss, Paper by 
Parsons, Charles L., and George A. Perley, Paper by 
Pathological notes concerning a few ornamental plants 
Patten, Harrison E., Paper by ..... 

Patterson, Flora W., and Vera K. Charles, Papers l)y 
Pawe-nan, The creation myth of the .... 

Peabody, Charles, Paper by ...... 

and George Grant MacCurdy, Paper by 
Peach, A bacterial disease of the ..... 

yellows disseminated by nursery trees 
Peanuts, Virginia, Normal occurrence of boric acid in 
Pearse, A. S., Paper by ..... . 

Peg of the cucurbits. The ..... 

Pennsylvanian and Permian in North America, Physical and 
faunal changes of ..... . 

Perley. George A., and Charles L. Parsons, Paper by 



PAGE 



438 
401 
422 
453 
442 
420 
428, 429 
407 



INDEX. 



Permian, Pcnnsylvanian and, in North America, Physical and 
faunal changes of ..... . 

rocks, so-called of the Mississippi Valley, The inverte- 
brate faunas and correlation of some, with remarks 
on their stratigraphy ...... 

Peters, Amos W., and H. A. Mattill, Paper by . . . 
H. W. Stewart, Paper by 
William J., Paper by ...... . 

Petroleum, crude, The changes in, effected by diffusion through 
clay ......... 

in turpentine oil, and the new process oils, The U. S. 

P. test for 

Petrunkevitch, Alexander, Papers by . . . 

Pfeiffer, Wanda M., Paper by ...... 

Pharmaceutical chemistry section ...... 

Phase rule. Some applications of the, as a means for determining 
water in certain organic substances ..... 

Phelps, Isaac King, Papers by . . . 390, 399 

Phillips, J. L., Paper by ....... . 

Phosphate rock, A discussion of methods for the determination 
of iron and alumina in .... . 

situation. Review ....... 

Phosphates, inland, of the United States, Chemistry and geology 

of the 

Phosphoric acid, insoluble, Note on the determination of 

in Thomas phosphate powder, A discussion of 
methods for determining the availability of 
Remarks on the Gladdmg method for (weigh- 
ing direct the phospho-molybdate precipi- 
tate) 

Photographic registration of soiuids 
Phthalamidic acid series, Rearrangement m the— IV 
Phthaleins and their salts. The theory of indicators and the 
reactions of ....... 

Phyletic idea in taxonomy. The .... 

Physical chemistry section ...... 

exercise from the standpoint of physiology 
instruction in schools and colleges. The regulation of 
from the standpoint of hygiene. Symposium on 
Physics ......... 

Physiology and experimental medicine 

Pig, chondrocranium of an embryo .... 

Pine blight. The white . . . . . . 

Pingree, M. H., Paper by ..... 

Plain metal base and bearing plates, A study of 



PAGE 
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422 
389 
389 
376 

392 

397 

428,431 

437 

396 

408 
404 
441 

39^' 
400 

396 
396 

395 



396 
373 
400 

403 
435 
404 
460 

459 
369 
457 
432 
440 
395 
413 



506 INDEX. 

PAGE 

Plant food, Removal of, from soil by plants .... 404 

formations in eastern Colorado, The, and what they indicate 438 
growth. Effect of fresh and well-rotted manure on denitri- 

fication and ...... 385 

Electrical stimulation of .... . 373 

pathology, Some devices to facilitate work in . 442 
Platinum black. Is it capable of effecting the hydrolysis of ethyl 

butyrate? .......... 389 

Pleistocene, Physical geography of the. with special reference 

to conditions bearing on correlation ..... 421 

Plowman, Anion B., Papers by ..... iy;^, 438 

Polaris observations, A graphical aid to the determination of 

latitude and azimuth from ...... 367 

Porter, Fred. B., Paper by ...... . 396 

Potash, A comparison of various methods in bringing about the 

solution of, in mixed fertilizers and tobacco stems 395 
experiments in factory work showing heavy loss by 
official method and possible means of preventing 

this loss ........ 395 

Loss of, in commercial fertilizers .... 396 

Potassium ferrocyanide, The indirect calorimetric estimation of 

small amounts of P.,0^ with uranium acetate and . . 388 

2 5 *^ 

Potatoes, Decay of, due to Rhizopus nigricans . . 442 

Poultry, Frozen ......... 393 

Poyneer, Lois E., and Nicholas Knight, Paper by . . . 387 

Prairies, A preliminary report of the result of observations on 

the relation of evaporation to the treelessness of . . 439 

Pre-Cambrian correlation, Principles of . . . . . 419 

The basis of .... . 419 
Preglacial valleys in eastern New York and their relation to 

existing drainage, Some . .421 

Pressure, A critical review of the problem of, in the kinetic 

theory of gases ........ ^^yy 

Pressures, high, The resistance of mercury as a secondary 

gauge for 372 

Protein combinations, The determination of- iodine in . . 390 

Psychological investigations that will help the educator . . 464 

Psychology, Anthropology and ...... 443 

P^O^, The indirect calorimetric estimation of small amounts of, 

with uranium acetate and potassium ferrocyanide . . 388 

Public health administration ....... 455 

Symposium on ...... . 454 

Purchase of material on specification, The . . 392 

Pure food problem, The Nation's . . 454 

Race problems in America ....... 445 



INDEX. 

Radiation from potassium. On the character of the 

penetrating, present at the surface of the earth. On 
the diurnal variations in the intensity of the 
Railroad curves, On the "degree" of 
Ramaley, Francis, and W. W. Robbins, Paper by 
Rationality, Elliptic realms of . 
Raymond, William G., Paper by . . . 

Reaction velocity of an inorganic hydrolysis. The 
Reade, John Moore, Paper by . 
Red beds, The, of the Wichita- P>razos region of North Texa 
Reddick, Donald, Paper by .... 
and H. H. Whetzcl, Paper by 
Reed, Howard Sprague, Papers by ..... 389 
Hugh D., Paper by ..... 

and Benjamin F. Kingsbury, Paper by 
Refractive inde.x. The change in, with temperature— I 
Rehfuss, M. E., and Philip B. Hawk, Paper by 
Reid, E. Emmet, Papers l)y .... 
Reinforced building construction, A new type of 

concrete chimneys. Temperature stresses 
Remsen, Ira, Discussion by 
Report of secretary of Section D 

E 
F 
G 
H 
K 
L 
the general secretary 
permanent secretary 
treasurer 
Resistance, A new method for the absolute measurement of 

proposed modification of the Kirchhoff niethoc 
for the absolute measurement of 
standard, .\ new form of 
Retardation, The study and treatment of 
Rhizopus nigricans. Decay of potatoes due to 
Rice blast. The present status of . . . 
Martin A., and McCollum, Burton, Paper by 
William North, Discussion b\ . 
Richardson, Harriet, Papers by 

William D., Papers by 
Richards, Theodore W.. Paper by . 

and Hobart H. Willard, Paper by 
Rickcr, N. Clifford, Paper by . 
Riddle. Oscar, Papers by 



P.\OE 
378 

378 

439 
366 

415 
407 
442 
422 
440 
440 
436, 439 
429 
429 
404 
390 

4C2 

41. s 
415 

465 

413 
419 
427 

435 
445 
459 
463 
469 
479 
475 
374 

376 
376 
464 
442 
4-10 
.?78 
463 
430 
393 
409 

.399 
413 
427 



5o8 



INDEX. 



PAGE 

Riggs, Louis W., Paper by ...... . 390 

Ring specimens, Errors in magnetic testing of . . . 371 

Ritter, William E., Paper by ...... . 432 

Robbins, W. W., and Francis Ramaley, Paper by . . . 430 

Robinson, William O., and Frank K. Cameron, Paper by . 39Q 

Rockwood, Elbert W., Paper by ..... . 390 

Roentgen rays, Fatigue of metals excited by ... . 371 

Roestelise, The morphology of the peridial cells in the . . 436 

Roots, Methods of demonstrating the oxidizing power of . 439 

Rorer, James Birch, Paper by ...... . 441 

Rosa, Edward Bennett, Papers by . . . . . 374, 376 

Rosanofif, M. A., Paper by ...... . .106 

and C. W. Easley, Paper by . . . 405 

Arthur B. Lamb, Paper by . . . 405 

W. L. Parger, Paper by . . . 403 

Rose, Joseph N., Paper by ...... . 436 

Rosenau, Milton J., and John F. Anderson, Paper by . . 460 

Royce, Josiah, Discussion by ...... . 463 

Sagartia lucise, Fission and regeneration in ... . 429 

Salicylic acid. The influence of the isomers of, on metabolism . 390 

Salisbury, Rollin D., Paper by ...... 421 

Salts in animal and vegetable cells, Surface tension as a factor 

in the distribution of ...... 390 

The solubility . of, in concentrated acids .... 408 

Salvinia, The morphology of (preliminary) .... 437 

Sanitary and food chemistry section, Agricultural . . . 385 

Sapir, E., Paper by ........ . 449 

Saunders, Frederick A., Paper by ..... . 372 

Schlesinger, Frank, Paper by ...... . 365 

Schoch, Eugene P., Papers by . . . . . . 404, 409 

Schreiber, Herman, and Harvey W. Wiley, Papers by 386, 387 

Science and the practical problems of the future . . 362 

teaching as a career ....... 383 

The problems of ..... . 465 

Sclerotinia, Studies in, Sclerotinia fructigena (Pers.) Schrot . 442 

Scott, G. G., Paper by 429 

John W., Paper by ....... 427 

Seashore, Carl E., Paper by ...... . 464 

Sea-urchin, On the effects of centrifugal force on the develop- 
ment of the eggs of the frog and ..... 432 

Secretary, general. Report of the ...... 469 

permanent. Report of the ..... 479 

Section A, Address of vice-president ..... 365 

Officers of 364 

B, Address of vice-president ..... 371 

Officers of 370 



INDEX. 

Section C, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 

D, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 
Report of secretary of . 

E, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 
Report of secretary of . 

F, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 
Report of secretary of . 

G, Address of vice-president 
Officers' of . . . 
Report of secretary of . 

H, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 
Report of secretary of 
I, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 
K, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 

Report of secretary of . 
L,, Address of vice-president 
Officers of . . . 

Report of secretary of 
Sedge, bamboo and, A few diseases of 
Selaginella lepidophylla, Demonstrations of seedlings of 
Self-generating matter, Origination of, and the influence of 

aridity on its evolutionary development 
Several bodies, The problem of: Recent progress in its solution 
Sexdecimal notation, Esperanto and a . . . . 

Sex, Recent researches on the determination and heredity of 
Shantz, H. L., Paper by ...... . 

Shattuck, C. H., Paper by ..... . 

Shaw, Charles H., Paper by ..... . 

Shear, C. L., Paper by ...... . 

Sheldon, Ralph E., Paper by . 

Shimek, Bohumil, Paper by ..... . 

Shreve, Forrest, Paper by ..... . 

Siebel, John E., Papers by ..... . 

Silver iodide, An explanation of the negative coefficient of ex 
pansion of ........ 

Simmons, John P., and Arthur E. Hill, Paper by 

Skinner, C. A., Paper by ...... . 

and A. Q. Tool, Paper by . . . 
Hervey J., Paper by . 
W. W., Paper by 



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382 
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412 

413 
419 
418 
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426 

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434 
435 
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452 
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458 
459 
463 
462 

463 
440 

437 

i|2I 
365 
367 
427 
438 
436 
438 
441 
429 

439 
435 
374 

407 
408 

371 
392 
397 



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INDEX. 



Slagle, Edgar A., Paper by .... 

Slipher, V. M., Paper by .... 

Smith, J. G., and Frank K. Cameron, Paper by 
John B., Paper by .... 

Smuts, Two interesting ..... 

Snelling, Walter O., Paper by 

Social and economic science .... 

Society of American Bacteriologists, the American Society of 
Biological Chemists, and the American Physiological So- 
ciety, Joint meeting of Section K with .... 

Sodium electrode, The potential of the ..... 

vapor. Ultra-violet absorption and fluorescence and the 
complete Balmcr series of .... . 

Soil of unusual composition, Prairie ..... 

solutions containing organic matter, 'J'he calorimic deter- 
mination of nitrates in ..... . 

Soils and mucks, and the manurial soils. The reactions between 
clays ......... 

Heat conductance of ...... . 

The influence of lime in contact with clays and 
Solar magnetism. Some results in ..... . 

Songs, Ballads' and, of western North Carolina 

Sounds, Photographic registration of .... . 

Sound waves. Note on the effect of the phase of harmonics in 
Spaulding, Perley, Paper by 
Species, allied, Local relations of 

varieties, races, etc. 
Speck, Frank G., Paper by 
Spectra of Ca., Sr., and Ba., New series in the 

The absorption, of various potassium and uranyl salts 
in solution ........ 

Spectrometer for electromagnetic radiation, A . . . 

Speculation and investment ....... 

Speers, Miss Mary W. F., Paper by .... . 

Spiders, male, Evolution and adaptation in the palpi of 
Springer, Alfred, Paper by ....... 

Squier, Major George O., Paper by ...... 

Stabler, Herman, and Richard B. Dole. Paper by 

Stanton, Timothy W., Paper by ..... . 

Stars, variable, some suggestions for explaining certain phe- 
nomena of. On certain implications of possible changes in 
the form and dimensions of the sun, and .... 

Steel, Acceleration tests of the resistance to corrosion of iron and 

Steel tariff, The 

Sternberg, Charles H.. Papers by ..... 4 

Stevens, F. L., and J. G. Hall, Paper by . 



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365 
404 

431 
442 

391 

451 



460 

407 

m 

387 

385 



409 
388 
378 

448 
ziz 

i7^ 
440 
431 
431 
449 
372 

i72 
375 

454 
440 
432 
386 
414 
397 
420 



306 
391 
454 
.'3. 430 
439 



liNDKX. 

Stewart, l\ C, and G. T. French, Paper by 

H. W., and Amos W. Peters, Paper by . . 

Stiles, George W., Jr., Paper by .... . 

Stillwell, Albert G., Papers by 

Stockberger, W. W., and R. H. True, Paper by 
Stock exchange and the panic of 1907. The 

regulation. Symposium on . . . 

Stoddard, John T., Papers by 

Storey, Thomas A., Paper by . 
Story, William Edward, Paper by . 

Stradling, George F., Discussion by .... 

Stratigraphic writing. Some new or little-known geological term 
and their application in ..... . 

Strong, W. W., Paper by 

and Harry C. Jones, Paper by 
Sugar-beet leaf, A new bacterial disease of the 
Sugar group. The significance of certaui numerical relation 
in the ......... 

Sulphates, The iodometric determination of, and that of sulphu 
in coal or in organic compounds .... 

Sulphur, precipitated. The U. S. P. method for making . 

Recent developments in preparations for administeriu] 
total. Estimation of ..... . 

Sun, On certain implications of possible changes in the form an^ 

and dimensions of the, and some suggestions for e.xplainin 

certain phenomena of variable stars 

Sun-spots, The interaction of . 

Syme, W. A., Paper by .... . 

Systematics, On some terms used in . . . 

Talbot, Henry P., Address by .... 

Tannic acid. Some toxic properties of . . . 

Tariff Reform Committee of the Reform Club of New Yor 
City, Joint session of Section I with 
revision. Symposium on .... 

Taurus. Radial velocities in Professor Boss" Star Stream ii 
Tautomerism, Studies in ..... 

Tautometric acids. The alkylation of . . . 

Taxonomy, The phyletic idea in ... . 

Technical institutions, The attitude of, to post-graduate study 
Temperature coefficient of the conductivity at infinite dilution 

The 

Terpine derivations. Some new .... 

Terrestrial and cosmical physics, A plea for . 
Tertiary faunas. Conditions governing the evolution and dis 
tribution of . 
faunas of the Pacific Coast, Environment of th 
floras, Mesozoic and. Succession and range of 
Mammalia, Environment and relations of the 



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389 



394 



396 
438 
454 
454 
405 
460 
.406 
465 

421 
373 
372 
441 

407 

398 
397 
397 
390 



366 
366 
385 
431 
383 
440 

+53 
453 
366 
402 
402 
435 
383 

404 
404 
374 

420 
420 
421 
420 



512 



INDEX. 



Thermodynamic equations, A simplification of the cyclical pro- 
cess method for deriving 
Thermodynamics of saturated vapors, The 
Thermoelectric batteries, The heat balance in 
Thermoluminescence, Note on 
Thorndike, Edward L., Paper by 
"Three Point" Problem, Algebraic solution of the 
Tinglayan Igorrotes, Social institutions of the 
Tingle, J. Bishop, and S. J. Bates, Paper by 

B. F. Partlett Brenton, Paper by 

C. E. Burke, Paper by . 
William West Holland, Paper by 

Tin plate, The detection of pin-holes in . 

Tolman, Richard C, and Gilbert N. Lewis, Paper by 

Tool, A. Q., and C. A. Skinner, Paper by 

Toxoptera graminum and its parasites. Investigations of 

Trachedon, A new, from the Laramie beds of Converse County, 

Wyoming ........ 

Track spike, Variation of pressure on the side of a 
Transformer, high potential, Arc and spark phenomena in the 
secondary of a . 
steel, The testing of . 
Transit circle, The 6-inch, of the U. S. Naval Observatory 
Transmigration in California 
Treasurer, Report of the 
Treelessness of prairies, A preliminary report of the result o 

observations on the relation of evaporation to the 
Tree seed, The collection and storage of 
Trembles and milk sickness', The cause of 
Triceratops, On the skull and brain of . . . 
Trolley wires'. Factors determining the efficiency of 
True, R. H., and Stockberger, W. W., Paper by 
Tubularia, Autotomy of the hydranth of 
Tufts, James H,, Discussion by ... . 
Turbines, hydraulic, The specific speed of 
Turrentine, John W., Paper by ... . 

Tuttle, A. H., Paper by 

Typhlotriton, The hypo-branchial apparatus of 
Unit-systems in biology. The conception of 
Updegraff, Milton, Paper by .... . 
Uranium acetate and potassium ferrocyanide. The indirect calori- 

metric estimation of small amounts of PgO. with 
Urea, The condensation of nitro-malonic aldehyde with 
Urodela, Systematic relations of the, as interpreted by a study of 

the sound-transmitting organs 
Vanadium and its estimation. Further remarks on 



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374 
379 
464 

367 
447 
400 
40C 
400 
400 
392 
376 
371 
431 

423, 430 
414 

378 
413 
365 
446 

475 

439 
439 
441 
428 
392 
438 
432 
463 
414 

405 
438 
427 
432 
365 

388 
403 

429 
392 



INDKX. 513 

PAGE 

Van Hise, Charles R., Paper by ..... . 419 

Veitch, F. P., Paper by 396 

Velocity, terminal, of fall of small spheres in air. An experi- 
mental determination of the ...... ZT- 

Venous pulse, The cause and diagnostic value of the . . 460 
Vertebrates, cold-blooded. The rate of digestion in, in relation 

to temperature ...... 427 

early, Environmental relations of the . . . 420 
Vinegar generator, A simple rapid-process, for experimental 

purposes .......... 387 

Viscosity and fluidity, The relations between .... 406 

Vital economics ......... 455 

Voge, Adolph L., Paper by 398 

Volt meter, A maximum ........ 406 

Volumetric analysis. Standards of . . . . . . 398 

Walcott, Charles D., Paper by 419 

Walker, Percy H., and H. A. Whitman, Paper by . . . 391 

William Hultz, Paper by 392 

Waller, Elwyn, Papers by ..... . 396, 397 

Walton, J. H., Jr., Paper by 407 

Washburn, Edward W., Paper by ..... . 406 

Washington, F. B., Paper by 448 

Water in certain organic substances. Some applications of the 

phase rule as a means for determining . . . 408 

The properties of, near the critical point . . . 408 

Waters, public. Government control of .... . 413 

Webb, J. Burkitt, Papers by 367,377,413 

Webster, Francis M., Paper by . . . . . .431 

Welch, William H., Introductory address by . . . . 454 

Welcome, Address of, by Hon. J. Barry Mahool, Mayor of 

Baltimore .......... 453 

Welker, William H., Paper by ...... 390 

Weller, Stuart, Paper by ....... 420 

Wenner, Frank, Paper by ....... 376 

Werner, The work of, on the constitution of inorganic com- 
pounds .......... 384 

Weston cell. Note on the kathode equilibrium of the . . yi2> 

West, Rodney Mott, and Julius Hortvet, Paper by . . . 387 

Wetherill, Henry E., Paper by ...... 2)77 

Wheat, The efifect of certain salts upon transpiration and 

growth in ......... . 436 

Wheeler, Alvin S., Paper by 401 

and Strowd Jordan, Paper by . . . 401 

Homer J., Paper by 384 

Wherry, Edgar T., Paper by 422 



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INDEX. 



PACE 

Whetzel, IT. H.. Paper In- 440 

and Donald Reddick, Paper by . . . 440 

White, David, Paper bj- ...... . .\20 

pine blight, The ........ 440 

Whitman, H. A., and Percy H. Walker. Paper by . . . 391 

Whittelsey, Theodore, Paper by ..... . 394 

Wichita-Brazos region of North Te.xas, The red beds of the 422 

Wilcox, E. Mead, Paper by ...... . 442 

Wiley, Harvey W., Paper by ..... . 454 

and Herman Schreiber. Papers by . 386,387 

Willard, Hobart H., and Theodore W. Richards. Paper by . 399 
Will, George, Paper by ........ 449 

Williston, Samuel W., Paper by ...... 420 

Wilson, Edmund B., Address liy ...... 427 

Francis D.. Paper by ..... 400 

Wind instruments. The influence of the material of. on the 

tone quality . . . . . . .371 

Winslow, C. E. A., Paper by 437 

Wintum Indians', Notes on northern ..... 448 
Wissler. Clark, Papers by ... . . 445, 447 

Witmer, Lightner. Paper by ...... . 4O4 

WolfT, Frank A., Paper by 37^ 

Wolf, Frederick A.. Paper by [42 

Woodbridge. R. G., Jr., and \'\ C. Mor.re. Paper ])y . . 403 

Wood. R. \^^, Paper by 377 

Woods, C. F., Paper by ........ 392 

Wright, Albert H., Paper by 427 

George Frederick, Paper by .... 443,448 

Wyman, Walter. Paper by ....... 455 

Yana language of California. Characteristic traits of the 449 

Yellows, Peach, disseminated by nursery trees . 441 

Yosemite Valley, The glacial character of the . . . 423 

Yuchi language. Sketch of the ...... 449 

Yumme or mourning ceremony, .Vddilinual notes on the . . 446 

Y-y' diketonic acids. The ....... 404 

Zeleny, .\nthony, Papers by ...... 374, 373 

and O. Hovda, Paper by .... 374 

John, and L. ^^'■ McKechan, P;.i)er by . . . 372 

Zinc sulphate, .\ study of the ;icrii)n of calcium carbonates on 400 
Zoology ........... 425 



THE SIXTY- FIRST MEETING 



BOSTON, MASS. 



DECEMBER 27, 1909 to JANUARY 1, 1910 



Officers of the Boston Meeting. 



PRESIDENT. 

David Starr Jordan, Leland Stanford Junior University, Stanford 
University, California. 

VICE-PRESIDENTS. 

A. Mathematics and Astronomy — Ernest W. Brown, Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn. 

B. Physics — Louis A. Bauer, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

C. Chemistry — William McPherson, Ohio State University, Colum- 

bus, Ohio. 

D. Mechanical Science and Engineering — John F. Hayford, College 

of Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. 

E. Geology and Geography — Reginald W. Brock, Canadian Geological 

Survey, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. 

F. Zoology — William E. Ritter, Marine Biological Station, San 

Diego, Cal. 

G. Botany — David P. Pen hallow, McGill University, Montreal, 

Canada. 
H. Anthropology and Psyschology — Wm. H. Holmes, U. S. National 

Museum, Washington, D. C. 
I. Social and Economic Science — Byron W. Holt, 54 Broad St., 

New York, N. Y. 
K. Physiology and Experimental Medicine — Charles Sedgwick Minot, 

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. 
L. Education — James E. Russell, Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. 

PERMANENT SECRETARY. 
L. O. Howard, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D. C. 

GENERAL SECRETARY. 
Dayton C. Miller, Case School of Applied Science, Clevelnnd, O. 

SECRETARY OF THE COUNCIL. 

Francis G. Benedict, Nutrition Laboratory, Carnegie Institution, 
Boston, Mass. 



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OFFICERS OF THR BOSTON MEETING. 517 

SECRETARIES OF THE SECTIONS. 

A. Mathematics and Astronomy — George A. Miller, University of 

Illinois, Urbana, III. 

B. Physics — A. D. Cole, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 

C. Chemistry — C. H. Herty, University of North Carolina, Chapel 

Hill, N. C. 

D. Mechanical Science and Engineering — G. W. Bissell, Michigan 

Agricultural College, East Lansing, Mich. 

E. Geology and Geography — F. P. Gulliver, Norwich, Conn. 

F. Zoology — Maurice A. BiGelow, Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. 

G. Botany — H. C. CowlEs, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

H. Anthropology and Psychology — George Grant MacCurdy, Yale 

University, New Haven, Conn. 
I. Social and Economic Science — John Franklin Crowell, 44 

Broad St., New York, N. Y. (In absence of J. Pease Norton, 

Yale University, New Haven, Conn.) 
K. Physiology and Experimental Medicine — George T. Kemp, Hotel 

Beardsley, Champaign, 111. 
L. Education— C R. Mann, University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

TREASURER. 
R. S. Woodward, Carnegie Institution, Washington, D. C. 

ASSISTANT TO PERMANENT SECRETARY. 

P\ S. Hazard, Office of the A. A. A. S., Smithsonian Institution, 
Washington, D. C. 



Members of Council of Boston Meeting. 



Past Presidents. — George J. Brush, New Haven; Edward S. Morse, 
Salem: T. C. Mendenhall, Worcester; George L. GoodalE, Cam- 
bridge ; Edward W. IMorley, Cleveland ; Theodore Gill, Washington ; 

F. W. Putnam, Cambridge ; C. K. Gilbert, Washington ; R. S. 
Woodward, Washington; C. S. Minot, Boston; Ira Remsen, Balti- 
more; W. G. Farlow, Cambridge; C. M. Woodward, St. Louis; Wm. 
H. Welch, Baltimore; E. L. Nichols, Ithaca; T. C. Chamberlin, 
Chicago. 

Vice-Presidents of the Chicago Meeting. — E. O. LovETT, Princeton; 

D. C. Miller, Cleveland; H. P. Talbot, Boston; O. H LandrETh, 
Schenectady ; J. P. Iddings, Chicago ; E. B. Wilson, New York ; C. 

E. Bessey, Lincoln ; Franz Boas, New York ; J. F. Crowell, New 
York; Ludvig Hektoen, Chicago; Elmer Ellsworth Brown, 
Washington. 

Vice-Presidents of the Hanover and Baltimore Meetings. — C. J. 
Keyser, New York; Karl E. GuthE, Ann Arbor; L. KahlEnbErg, 
Madison ; George F. Swain, Cambridge ; BailEy Willis, Washington ; 
C. J. Herrick, Chicago; H. M. Richards, New York; R. S. Wood- 
worth, New York; William Graham Sumner,* New Haven; Wil- 
liam H. Howell, Baltimore; John Dewey, New York. 

Officers of the Boston Meeting. — David Starr Jordan, Stanford 
University ; E. W. Brown, New Haven ; L. A. Bauer, Washington ; 
William McPherson, Columbus; J. F. Hayford, Evanston; R. 
W. Brock, Kingston; W. E. Ritter, San Diego; D. P. Penhallow, 
Montreal; Wm. H. Holmes, Washington; Byron W. Holt, New York; 
C. S. Minot, Boston ; James E. Russell, New York ; L. O. Howard, 
Washington ; D. C. MillER, Cleveland ; F. G. Benedict, Boston ; 

G. A. Miller, Urbana ; A. D. ColE, Columbus; C. H. Herty, Chapel 
Hill; G. W. BissELL, East Lansing; F. P. GuLLivER, Norwich; M. A. 
BiGELOW, New York; H. C. CowlES, Chicago; G. G. MacCurdy, New 
Haven; J. F. Crowell, New York (in absence of J. Pease Norton, 
New Haven); G. T. Kemp, Champaign; C. R. Mann, Chicago; R. S. 
Woodward, Washington. 

From the Association at Large. — To hold over until successors are 
elected. A Fellow from each section ; G. B. Halsted, Greeley ; 

F. E. NiphEr, St. Louis; H. P. Talbot, Boston; C. A. Waldo. 
Lafayette; Wm. H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor; Herbert Osborn, Columbus; 
C. L. Shear, Washington; W J McGee, Washington; W. R. LazEnbv, 
Columbus; \V. G. MacCallu.m, New York; Charles S. Howe, 
Cleveland. 



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MEMBERS OE COUNCir. OF BOSTON MEETING. 519 

Elected by the Council. — (For one year) Henry B. Ward, Wm. 
TrelEase, L. p. Kinnicutt; (for two years) J. McK. Cattell, J. M. 
Coulter, N. L. Britton; (for three years) H. L. Fairchild, Franz 
Boas, Irving Fisher. 

from the AMliatcd Societies. — American Chemical Society: Willis 
R. Whitney, C. L. Parsons ; Geological Society of America : Frank 
D. Adams (in absence of Grove K. Gilbert), E. O. HovEy; Botanical 
Society of America: Wm. F. Ganong, D. T. MacDougaL; American 
Microscopical Society: T. J. BuRRiLL, Henry B. Ward; American 
Psychological Association: CharlES H. Judd; American Society of 
Naturalists: T. H. Morgan, H. McBl Knower; Association of Eco- 
nomic Entomologists: H. E. Summers, S. A. Forbes; American 
Anthropological Association : E. L. Hewett, Franz Boas ; Astro- 
nomical and Astrophysical Society of America : Geo. C. Comstock, 
Henry B. Evans; American Physical Society: A. G. Webster, Ernest 
Merritt; Society of American Bacteriologists: Harry L. Russell; 
Association of American Anatomists: Simon H. Gage; Society for 
Horticultural Science: W. M. Munson; Entomological Society of 
America: Henry Skinner, C. J. S. Bethune; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers: Alexander C. Humphreys, Fred. J. Miller; 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Samuel Sheldon, Percy 
H. Thomas; American Society of Civil Engineers: Charles Warren 
Hunt, George Gibbs ; American Institute of Mining Engineers: H. O. 
HoFMAN, S. F. Emmons; American Medical Association: George H. 
Simmons, George M. Kober; American Federation of Teachers of the 
Mathematical and Natural Sciences: Harry W. TylEr, Otis W. Cald- 
well; Association of American Geographers: W. M. Davis. 



Local Committees of the Boston Meeting. 



HONORARY COMMITTEE. 



Charles W. Eliot. 
Frederick P. Fish. 
William G. Farlow. 
Thomas I. Gasson. 
George L. GoodalE. 
Frederick W. Hamilton. 
William E. Huntington. 
Henry Leeavour. 

Henry P. 



A. Lawrence Lowell. 
Richard C. Maclaurin. 
Charles S. Minot. 
Edward S. Morse. 
Arthur A. Noyes. 
Frederick W. Putnam. 
John Trowbridge. 
Horace G. Wadlin. 
Walcott. 



LOCAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
Local Secretary, G. W. SwETT. 



H. W. Tyler. 

J. S. KiNGSLEY. 



Thomas Barbour. 
E. R. Warren. 
John Warren. 



LADIES' HONORARY COMMITTEE. 



Miss Sarah L. Arnold. 
Miss Mary Coes. 
Mrs. James M. Crafts. 
Mrs. Eben S. Draper. 
Mrs. William G. Farlow. 
Miss Caroline Hazard. 
Mrs. William B. Kehew. 
Mrs. Richard C. Maclaurin. 
Miss M. 



Miss Susan Minns. 
Mrs. Charles S. Minot. 
Mrs. Samuel J. Mixter. 
Dr. Anna Richardson. 
Mrs. B. L. Robinson. 
Mrs. William B. Rogers. 
Mrs. Theobald Smith. 
Mrs. Henry M. Whitney. 

A. WiLLCOX. 



LADIES' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Mrs. Robert H. Richards. Mrs. Robert A. Ware. 

Mrs. George F. Swain. Miss Dora Williams. 

Mrs. Francis H. Williams. 



ADDRESS 

BY 

THE RETIRING PRESIDENT OF THE 
ASSOCIATION 



A GEOLOGIC FORECAST OF THE FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES 
OF OUR RACE. 



Thomas C. Chamberlin, Ph. D., LL. D. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxvii, No. 783, December 31, 1909, pp 937-949. 






SECTION A. 



Mathematics and Astronomy. 



OFFICERS Ol' SECTION A. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
Ernest W. Brown, New Haven, Conn. 

Secretary. 
George A. Miller, Urbana, 111. 

Member of Council. 
G. B. Halsted, Greeley. Colo. 

Sectional Committee. 

C. J. Keyser, Vice-President, 1908; Ernest W. Brown, Vice-President, 
1909; G. A. Miller, Secretary. 

E. O. LovETT, I year ; Harris Hancock, 2 years ; F. R. Moulton, 3 
years ; E. W. Brown, 4 years ; Winslow Upton, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
F. R. Moulton, Chicago, 111. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section A, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxxi, No. 787, January 28, 1910, pp. 153-159. 



The Thesis' of Modern Logistic. 

Address by Cassius J. Keyser, Columbia University, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section A for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxx, No. 783, December 31, 1909, 
pp. 949-963. 



On the Determination of Latitude and Longitude in a Balloon. 
C. RUNGE. 



On Certain Physical Hypotheses sufficient to explain an Anomaly in 
the Moon's Motion. 

E. W. Brown, Yale University. 



The Work of the International Commission on the Teaching of 
Mathematics. 

D. E. Smith, Columbia University. 

American Mathematical Monthly, January, 1910. 



The Value of the Solar Constant of Radiation. 
C. G. Abbot, Smithsonian Institution. 

Astrophysical Journal. 



A New Mode of Measuring the Intensities of Spectral Lines. 
F. W. Very, Westwood Astrophysical Observatory. 



The Absorption of Light by the Ether of Space. 

F. W. Very, Westwood Astrophysical Observatory. 



The Fireball of October 7, 1909. 

F. W. Very, Westwood Astrophysical Observatory. 



526 SliCTIOX A. 

On a Recent Hypothesis and the Motion of the PeriheHon of Mercury. 
E. W. Brown, Yale University. 



The Heliocentric Position of Certain Coronal Streams. 

J. A. MiLi.ER. Swarthmore College, and W. R. Mariott. 

Bulletin, Lick Observatory. 



The Mutual Relation of Magnifying Power, Illumination, Aperture 
and Definition in Telescopic Work. 
David Todd, Amherst College. 



La Contribution Non-euclidienne a la Philosophic. 
G. B. Halsted, Greeley, Col. 

Memoires de la Societe des Sciences, Physiques, et 
Naturelles de Bordeau.x, Tome v (6^ Serie), 1909. 



Declination of the Moon for Greenwich Mean Time. 
H. E. WethERILL. Philadelphia, Pa. 



Meteorological Waves of Short Period and .Allied Solar Phenomena. 
H. W. Clough, Arcade, N. Y. 



Recent Work with the 6 inch Transit Circle of the United Slates 
Naval Observatory. 

Mii.Tox Updecraff, V. S. Naval Academy. 



The Canali Nov2e of JNIars. 

Perciv,\e Lowell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Astronomische Nachrichten, Kiel. 



Peculiar Star Spectra indicating Selective Absorption of Light in Space. 
V. M. Si.iPHER. Lowell Obscrvatorv. 



Personality with the Transit Alicrometer. 
R. M. Stewart. 



PAPERS READ. 52/ 

Water Vapor on Mars. 

F. W. Very, Westwood Astrophysical Observatory. 

Lowell Observatory Bulletin, No. 43, pp. 239-240. 



The Existence of Anomalous' Fluctuations in the Latitude as shown 
by Simultaneous Observations with the Zenith Telescope and the 
Reflex Zenith Tube of the Flower Observatory. 
C. L. DooLiTTi.E, LIniversity of Pennsylvania. 



Visual Observations of Variable Stars at the Harvard College 
Observatory. 

Leon Campbell. 



SECTION B. 
PHYSICS. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION B. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
LoL'is A. Bauer, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary. 
A. D. Cole, Columbus, Ohio. 

Member of Council. 
F. E. NiPHER, St. Louis, Mo. 

Sectional Committee. 

Kakl E. CiLThE, \'icc-Presi(.lent. 1908; Louis A. Bauer, Vice-President, 

1909; A. D. Coi.E, Secretary. 

E. L. Nichols, i year; A. Trowiiridge, 2 years; E. B. Rosa. 3 years; 

A. P. Carman, 4 years; G. F. Hull, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
L. A. Bauer, Washington, D. C. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section B, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxxi, No. 798, April 15, 1910, pp. 588-591. 



Some Reforms Needed in the Teaching of Physics. 

Address by Karl Eugen GuthE, University of Michigan, 
Vice-President and Chairman of Section B foi 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 784, January 7, 1910, 
pp. 1-7. 



TOINT SESSION, SECTIONS A AND B. 



On the Determination of Latitude and Longitude in a Balloon. 
Prof. C. Runge, University of Berlin. 



The Ruling of Diffraction Gratings. 

A. A. MiCHEi.soN, University of Chicago. 



On Certain Physical Hypotheses sufficient to explain an .Anomaly in 
the Moon's Motion. 

Ernest W. Brown, Yale LTniversity. 



JOINT SESSION, SECTIONS B AND L. 



The Relations of Colleges to Secondary Schools with respect to Physics. 
E. IT. Hall, Harvard Universitv. 



What Specialization has done for Physics Teaching. 

John F. Woodhule, Teachers' College, Columbia University. 
Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 802, May 13, 1910, 
PP- 729-731- 



532 SECTION B. 

The Quantitative Teaching of Kinetics in Secondary Schools. 
N. H. Black, Roxbury Latin School, Boston. 



The Place of "g" in High School Teaching, and other topics. 
A. G. Webster, Clark University. 



College Attitude toward Preparatory Work. 
C. R. Mann, University of Chicago. 



JOINT SESSION, SECTION B, A. A. A. S., AND AMERICAN 
PHYSICAL SOCIETY. 



Temperature Coefficient of Electrical Resistance, Tungsten, Molyb- 
denum, Nickel and Nichrome. 

A. A. SOMERVILLE. 

Physical Review, April, 1910. 



The Flow of a Gas through a Capillary Tube. 
WiLLARD J. Fisher. 

Physical Review, Vol. xxx, February, 1910, p. 269. 



Eflfect of Surface Tension upon a Falling Jet of Water. 
F. R. Watson. 

Physical Review, Vol. xxx, February, 1910, p. 270. 



The Variation of the Hall Effect in Metals with Change of Temperature. 
Alpheus W. Smith. 

Physical Review, Vol. xxx, No. i, January, 1910, 
pp. 1-34. 



The Effect of Pressure on the Electrolytic Rectifier. 
A. P. Carman and G. J. Balzer. 

Physical Review, 1910. 



PAPERS READ. 533 

The Analysis of the Principal Mercury Lines by Diffraction Gratings 
and a Comparison with the Results Obtained by Other Methods. 
Henry G. Gale and Harvey B. Lemon. 

Astrophysical Journal, Vol. xxxi, No. i, January, 1910. 



The Spectra of Some Gases in the Region of Extremely Short Wave- 
length. 

Theodore Lyman. 

» Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 

Vol. xlv, No. 10, February, 1910. 



The Variation of the Hall Effect with the Temperature in the Case 
of the Principal Magnetic Metals. 
Thomas C. McKay. 



The Rectifying Effect in Point and Plane Discharge. 
Robert F. Earhart and Chas. H. Lake. 

Physical Review, 1910. 



Photographic Photometry, and Some Interesting Photographic Phe- 
nomena. 

Charles F. Brush. 



Note on "Changes in Density of the Ether, and Some Optical Eflfects 
of Changes in Ether Density." 
Charles F. Brush. 



The Tone Quality of the Flute. 
D. C. Miller. 



An Instrument for Projecting and Recording Sound Waves. 
D. C. Miller. 

Physical Review, 1910. 



The Magnetic Measurements on Board the "Carnegie" in 1909. 
L. A. Bauer. 

Terrestrial Magnetism and Atmospheric Electricity, 
Vol. XV, March, 1910. 



534 SECTION p.. 

The Principle of Relativity. 

D. F. COMSTOCK. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 803, May 20, 1910, 
pp. 7(^7-772. 



"Bound Mass" and the Fitzgerald-Lorentz Contraction. 
WiLiv C. Baker. 

Physical Review, 1910. 



Physical Properties of Binary Liquid Mixtures. 
J. C. Hubbard. 
Physical Review, March, 1910. 



On the Use of Polar Coordinates in Thermodynamics. 
J. C. Hubbard. 

Physical Review, March, 1910. 



The Theory of the Vibration Galvanometer. 
Frank Wenner- 

Bulletin, Bureau of Standards, Vol. vi, No. 3. 



Coefficients of Linear Expansion at Low Temperatures. 
H. G. DoRSEY. 

Physical Review, Vol. xxx, No. 2, February, 1910. 



The Freezing of Mercury at High Pressures. 
P. W. Bridgeman. 



Phenomena of Spark Discharge through Wire Conductors. 
Francis E. Nipher. 

Transactions, Academy of Sciences', St. Louis, Vol. 
xix. No. I, pp. 1-20. (PI. i-x.) 



Some Minute Phenomena of Electrolysis. 
H. W. Morse. 



PAPERS READ. 535 

A New Method of Aleasurement of Small Angles. 
C. W. Chamberlain. 

Physical Review, 1910. 



The Photographic Evidence for Dispersion of L'ght in Space: — Is it 
a purely Photographic Phenomenon? 
H. E. Ives. 

Physical Review, February, 1910. 
Astrophysical Journal, March, 1910. 



On the Secondary ^ Radiation from Solids, Solutions, and Liquids. 
S. J. Allen. 



The Effect of Filter Paper upon the Mass and Form of the Deposit 
in the Silver Coulometer. 

E. B. Rosa, G. V. Vinal, and A. S. McDaniel. 



Experiments in Impact Excitation with the Lepel Singing Arc. 
George Nasmyth. 

Physical Review (abstract), Vol. xxx, No. 2, February, 
1910. (Complete article later.) 



On the Coefficients of Diffusion of the Emanation and the Active 
Deposit Particles of Actinium. 
J. C. McLennan. 



On the Relative Numbers of Positive and Negative Ions present in 
Atmospheric Air. 
A. Thomson. 



.Note on the Cause of the Discrepancy between the Observed and 
Calculated Temperatures' after E.cpansion in the Space between 
the Plates of a Wilson Expansion Apparatus. 

R. A. MiLLiKAN, E. K. Chapman and H. W. Moody. 

Physical Review, March, 1910. 



Some New Values of the Positive Potentials assumed by Metals under 
the Influence of Ultra-violet Light. 

R. A. MiLLIKAN. 

Physical Review, March, 1910. 



536 SECTION B. 

The Second Order Effect of Ether Drift on the Intensity of Radiation. 
A. Trowbridge and C. E. Mendenhall. 



The Rotary Dispersion of Quartz at — 190° C. and Observations at 
other Temperatures. 

F. A. MOLBY. 

Physical Review (abstract), Vol. xxx, No. i, January, 
1910. (Complete article later.) 



The Pyrheliometric Scale and the Solar Constant 
C. G. Abbot. 

Astrophysical Journal, 1910. 



Single-line Series in the Spectra of Ca and Sr. 
F. A. Saunders. 

Astrophysical Journal, 1910. 



The Relative Motion of the Earth and the Ether. 
H. A. Wilson. 



A Study of the Multiple Reflection of Short Electric Waves between 
two Reflecting Surfaces. 

L. E. Woodman and H. W. Webb. 



A Hot Air Engine Indicator Diagram. 
A. G. Webster. 



The Nitrogen Thermometer from Zinc to Palladium. 
A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman. 



On Calcium Clouds in Space. 

Dr. Stifer. (Presented by Percival Lowell.) 



The Second Postulate of Relativity. 

R. C. TOLMAN. 



PAPERS READ. 537 

The Terminal Velocity of Fall of Small Spheres in Air. (Read by 
title.) 

John Zeleny and L. W. McKeEhan. 

Physikalische Zeitschrift, February, 1910. 
Physical Review, 1910. 



The Present State of our Knowledge concerning Permanent Magnetism. 
(Read by title.) 

A. A. Knowlton. 

Terrestrial Magnetism and Atmospheric Electricity, 
March, 1910. 



The Heat of Dilution of Aqueous Salt Solution. (Read by title.) 
F. L. Bishop. 

Physical Review, 1910. 



Uranous and Uranyl Bands. A Very Fine Absorption Solution 
Spectrum. (Read by title.) 
W. W. Strong. 

Physical Review, February, 1910. 



Insulation of Observatory Domes for Protecting Telescopes and other 
Apparatus against Extremes of Heat and Cold. (Read by title.) 
David Todd. 



On the Free Vibrations of a Lecher System. (Read by title.) 
F. C. Blake and Charles Sheard. 



Thunderstorm Electricity. (Read by title.) 
W. W. Strong. 



SECTION C. 
CHEMISTRY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION C. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William McPherson, Columbus, Ohio. 

Secretary. 
Charles H. Herty, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Member of Council. 
Elbert W. Rockwood, Iowa City, la. 

Sectional Cotnjnittee. 
L. Kahlenberg, Vice-President, 1908; William McPherson, Vice- 
President, 1909; Chas. H. Herty, Secretary. 
William McPherson, i year; William J. GiES, 2 years; L. P. Kinni- 
cuTT, 3 years ; Frank K. Cameron, 4 years ; W. D. Bancroft, 
5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Robert E. Lyons, Bloomington, Ind. 



AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 



President. 
Willis R. Whitney, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Secretary. 
Charles L. Parsons, Durham, N. H. 

Editors. 
W. A. Noyes and W. D. Richardson. 

Treasurer. 
A. P. Hallock. 

Librarian. 
E. G. Love. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of joint meetings of Section C, A. A. A. S. and 
American Chemical Society, see Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 790, 
February 18, 1910, pp. 268-276; also, No. 791, February 25, 1910, pp. 
307-319- 



GENERAL SESSION. 



The Past and Future of the Study of Solutions. 

Address by Louis KahlEnbErg, University of Wisconsin, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section C for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 785, January 14, 1910, 
pp. 41-52. 



Report for the International Committee on Atomic Weights. 
F. W. Clarke. 



Methods Employed in Precise Chemical Investigations. 
T. W. Richards. 

Publication No. 125, Carnegie Institution of Wash- 
ington, 1910. 



On the Constitution of Curcumine, the Coloring Matter of Turmeric. 
C. LoRiNG Jackson and Latham Clarke. 

Journal, American Chemical Society. 



The Application of Physical Chemistry to the Study of Oleoresins. 
Charles H. Herty. 



The Function of Chemistry in College Education. 
Lyman C. Newell. 



The Cause of Color in Organic Compounds. 
Richard S. Curtiss. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 790, February 18, 1910, 
p. 268. 



542 SliCTlON c. 

The United States Pharmacopoeia and the American Chemical Society. 
Joseph P. Remington. 



J. A. R. Newlands. 

Charles E. Munroe. 

Documents deposited with Smithsonian Institution. 



The Chemist's Place in Industry. 
A. D. Little. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
February, 1910. 



Some Cliemistry of Artificial Light. (Experimentally illustrated.) 
W. R. Whitney, President, American Chemical Society. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi. No. 788, February 4, lyio, 
pp. 161-171. 



DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTS AND CHEMICAL 
ENGINEERS. 



A. D. Little, Cliainnan. 

B. T. B. Hyde, Secretary. 



Losses in the Storage of Coal. 

LIoR.\CE C. Porter and F. K. Ovrrz. 



The Correct Melting Point of Trinitrotoluene. 
A. M. COMEY. 



Bacterial Activity as a C(jrrosi\e inlluence in the Soils'. 
Richard H. Gaines. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. ii. 



PAPlvRS RICAD. 543 

A Convenient Method of Refrigeration for Analytical and Indnstrial 
Investigations at Low Temperature ( — 75° C). 
James Otis Handy. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, March, 
1910. 



The Present Condition of the Birch Oil Industry in the United States. 
Edward Hart. 



Some Variations in the Official Determination of Volatile Alatter 
in Coal. 

A. C. FiEi.DNER and J. D. D.wis. 



Practical Corrosion Tests of Iron. 
W. D. Richardson. 



Methods for Testing Commercial Anhydrous Li(|uid .\mmonia. and 
Results. 

W. L). Richardson. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, ^larch, 
1910. 



The Temperature Reaction of Oil Mixtures with Sulphuric .\cid. 
W. H. BoYNTON and H. C. Sherm.w. 

School of ]\lines Quarterly. Vol. xx.xi, Decemher, 
1909, p. 64. 



A Comparison of the .-Xccm-acy of Difterent Forn-^ul^c for Calculating 
Fuel Values. 

II. C. Sherm.vn and D. A. B.vrti.ett. 



Action of Liquid Anhydrous Ammonia on Ruhher Gaskets. 
Charles H. Ehrenfeld. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



A Simple Viscosimeter. 

Charles S. Pai.mer. 



544 SECTION c. 

Lubrication, Lubricants — Oils, Greases, and Solids. 
C. F. MabEry. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



The Oxidation of Iron and Steel and how to prevent it. 
J. S. Staudt. 



The Effect of Non-metallic Impurities on the Properties of Steel. 
Henry Fay. 

Proceedings, American Society for Testing Materials, 
1909. 



New Methods of Asphalt Examinations. (Illustrated.) 
Albert Sommer. 



A New Precision Centrifuge. 
H. E. Howe. 



Guayule Grinding Experiments. 
Charles P. Fox. 



Incompatibilities in Chemical Manufacture. 
J. T. Baker. 



An Adiabatic Calorimeter for Use with the Calorimetric Bomb. 
Francis G. Benedict and Harold L. Higgins. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii. No. 
4, April, 1910, pp. 461-467. 



The Weathering of Coal. 
S. W. Parr. 

Bulletin No. 38, Univ. of Illinois Eng. Exper. Station. 



A New Gas Calorimeter. 
S. W. Parr. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



SYMPOSIUM ON THE CHEMISTRY OF PAINT. 



Manufacture of Oxide of Zinc. 
George C. Stone. 



Scientific Preparation and Application of Paint. 
G. W. Thompson. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, March, 
1910. 



Variations in Car Painting Practice. 
Carl F. Woods. 



Paint Films as Accelerators to Corrosion of Iron. (Second paper.) 
W. H. Walker. 



The Determination of Oil in Flaxseed Products by the Specific Gravity 
Method. 

Charles H. Herty and E. J. Newell. 

Journal. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



DIVISION OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY. 



A. B. Stevens, Chairman. 

B. L- Murray, Secretary. 



Gamboge. 

Frank O. Taylor. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



The Melting Point of Aconitine. 
Frank O. Taylor. 

Journal, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



546 SUCTION c. 

Pharmacopoeial Tests for Ammonium Benzoate. 
Atherton Seidell and G. A. Menge. 

American Journal of Pharmacy-, No. 82, January, 1910, 
pp. 12-20. 



The Purity Rubric and the U. S. P. Tests, with Notes on Quantitative 
Methods' for Certain Pharmacopa'ial Compounds. 
Atherton Seidell and M. I. Wilbert. 

American Journal of Pharmacy, No. 82, Feliruary, 
1910, pp. 63-68. 



Scope of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. (Chairman's Address.) 
A. B. Stevens. 



Strychnine Sulphates. 
A. B. Stevens. 



The Botanical Source of the Crude Drug known as Wild Yam. 
H. H. BartlETT. 



On the Availability of "lodophenine" in the Separation of Acetanilid 
and Acetphenetidin. 
W. O. Emery. 



Detection of Colocynth Seed in Powdered Colocynth. 
V. K. ChEsnut. 



Pancreatin. 

John P. Street. 



The Relation of the Chemist to Proprietary Medicines. 
W. A. PUCKNER. 

1909 Report, Chemical Laboratory of American Medical 
Association. 



George D. Rosengarten, Chairman of Delegates of the American 
Chemical Society to the Pharmacopoeial Convention led a discussion 
in regard to matters to be settled at that convention and received 
suggestions in regard to the policy to be followed. 



PAPERS READ. 547 

DIVISION OF PHYSICAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 



Charles H. Herty, Chairman. 
Wilder D. Bancroft, Secretary. 



Ionization of Salts in Mixtures with no Common Ion. 
Miles S. ShErrill. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Ionization of Salts in Mixtures with a Common Ion. 
W. C. Bray and F. L. Hunt. 



Heats of Combustion of Organic Isomers. 

T. W. Richards and R. H. Jesse, Jr. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, March, 1910. 



The Compressibilities of Organic Isomers. 

T. \V. Richards, J. H. M.\thews, and C. L. SpEyers. 



Electro-Chemical Investigation of Amalgams of Thallium, Indium, Tin, 
Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium. 

T. W. Richards, J. Hunt Wilson, and R. N. Garrod-Thomas. 
Publication No. 118, Carnegie Institution of Wash- 
ington, 1909. 



The Final Results of an Investigation on the Atomic Weights of 
Lithium and Silver. 

T. W. Richards and H. II. Willard. 

Publication No. 125, Carnegie Institution of Wash- 
ington. 
Journal, American Chemical Society, No. 32, 1910, 
pp. 4-49- 



On the Velocities of Certain Reactions between Metals and Dissolved 
Halogens. 

Ralph G. Van Name and Gk.a.ham Edgar. 



548 SECTION c. 

The Estimation of Radium Emanation and of Radium in Common 
Materials. 

M^RtE Randall. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



On the Oxalates of Hydrazine. 

J. W. TURRENTINE. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Notes on the Preparation of Chromyl Compounds. 
Harry S. Fry. 



The Solubility of Gold in Nitric Acid. 
Frederic P. Dewey. 



On the Chief Determining Factor in the Toxicity of the Metal Ions. 
L. L. WooDRUFE and H. H. Bunzel. 



Metallic Titanium. 

Mathew a. Hunter. 



Some New Double Arsenates. 
Louis J. Curtman. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, May, 1910. 



The Solubility Relations of Calciurn Sulphate at High Temperatures. 
Arthur C. AIelchER. (Presented by A. A. Noyes.) 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii, 1910, 
pp. 50-66. 



Measuring Capillary Ascension in Aletal Tubes. 
S. L. Bigelow. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry. 



A New Test Tube Holder. 

H. Emersox Wetherill. 

Medical Notes and Queries, 1907. 



PAPERS READ. 549 

The Reaction between Bromic and Hydriodic Acid in Concentrated 
Hydrochloric Acid Solution. 
D. L. Randall. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, May, 1910. 



Some Observations on Phosphorescence. (Read by title.) 
W. L. Dudley. 



Solarization without Light. (Read by title.) 
W. D. Bancroft. 



The Reduction of Zinc by Mercury and the E. M. F. of Zinc Amalgams. 
(Read by title.) 

J. L. Crenshaw. 



Role of Water in Minerals. (Read by title.) 
W. F. HillEbrand. 

Bulletin No. 422, U. S. Geological Survey, 1910, 
PP- 56-63. 



Aninionolysis of Hydrazine Sulphate. (Read by title.) 
A. W. Browne and T. W. B. Welsh. 



Quantitative Application of the Theory of Indicators to Volumetric 
Analysis. (Read by title.) 
Arthur A. Noyes. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



The Electrolysis of Copper Sulphate Solutions with Intermittent 
Current. (Read by title.) 
W. Lash Miller. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry, 1910. 



A Revision of the Atomic Weight of Phosphorus. (Read by title.) 
G. P. Ba.xter and Grinnell Jones. 

Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
Vol. 45, January, 1910, pp. 137-158. 



550 SECTION c. 

A Revision of the Atomic Weight of Neodymium. (Read by title.) 
G. P. Baxter and H. C. Chapin. 



The Velocity of Saponification of Formic Esters. (Read by title.) 
Julius Stiegutz and Edith E. Barnard. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



The Influence of Acids and Alkalies upon the Activity of Invertase. 
(Read by title.) 

C. S. Hudson and H. S. Paine. 

Circular, No. 55, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Dept. 
Agriculture. 



Specific Heat and Heat of Neutralization of Aqueous Solutions. (Read 
by title.) 

T. W. Richards and A. W. Rowe. 



The Nature of Attractive Forces. (Read by title.) 
J. E. Mills. 



Changes in Volume during Solution of the Alkali Halides. (Read 
by title.) 

G. P. Baxter. 



A Simple Dynamic Method for Determining the Boiling-Points and 
Vapor Pressures of Liquids or Solids' with Small Amounts of 
Material. (Read by title.) 

Alexander Smith and Alan W. C. Menzies. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii. 



A Method for Determining Vapor Pressures. (Read by title.) 
Alexander Smith and Alan W. C. Menzies. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii. 



A Redetermination of Vapor Pressures of Water and of Mercury. 
(Read by title.) 

Alexander Smith and Alan W. C. Menzies. 

Journal, American Chemical Society. Vol. xxxii. 



PAPERS RKAD. 551 

A Quantitative Study of the Constitution of Calomel Vapor. (Read 
by title.) 

Alexander Smith and Alan W. C. Menzies. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii. 



Wire Silver in Ores and how it is Formed. (Read by title.) 
C. E. SwETT. 



The Electrical Deposition of Zinc. (Read by title.) 
Elwood B. Spear. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, April, 1910. 



The Determination of Antimony by the Gutzeit Method. (Read by 
title.) 

Charles R. Sanger. 

Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
Vol. 45, 1909, p. 21. 



Molybdenum and Tungsten. (Read by title.) 
Colin G. Fink. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Caesium Nitrate and the Mass Action Law for Strong Electrolytes. 
(Read by title.) 

E. W. Washburn and D. A. McInnes. 



Cryoscopic-Cryohydric Studies. (Refti by title.) 
S. C. LiND. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



The Influence of Temperature on the Formation of Water Gas. (Read 
by title.) 

J. K. Clement and L. H. Adams. 

Bulletin, U. S. Geological Survey, 1910. 



552 SECTION C. 

A Method for Determining the Molecular Weights of Dissolved Sub- 
stances by Measurement of Vapor Pressure. (Read by title.) 
Alan W. C. Menzies. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii. 



The Condensation of Water by Electrolytes. (Read by title.) 
F. K. Cameron and W. O. Robinson. 

Journal of Physical Chemistry, Vol. xiv, January, 1910. 



The Hydrolysis of Raffinose by Invertase. (Read by title.) 
C. S. Hudson. 



A Relation between the Chemical Constitution and the Optical Rotatory 
Power of the Sugar Lactones. (Read by title.) 
C. S. Hudson. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii, 
March, 1910, pp. 338-346. 



A Constant Temperature Regulator. (Read by title.) 
Edward Bartow and Frank Bachmann. 

American Journal of Public Hygiene, lyio. 



A New Method of Separating Chlorine, Bromine and Iodine. (Read 
by title.) 

Louis Kahlenberg. 

Journal, .American Chemical Society. 



The Solubility Relations of Calcium Sulphate at High Temperatures. 
(Read by title.) 

Arthur C. Met.cher. (Presented by A. A. Noyes.) 



A New Method of Determining tlie Potentials between Liquids. (Read 
by title.) 

Gilbert N. Lewis. 



Forces at the Boundary between Two Liquids. (Read by title.) 
W. D. Harkins. 



PAPERS READ. 553 

Chlorsulphonic Acid and Pyrosulplniryl Chloride. (Read by title.) 
Charles R. Sanger. 



The Electrical Conductivity of the Alcohols in Liquid Hydrogen 
Chloride. (Read by title.) 
E. H. Archibald. 



DIVISION OF FERTILIZER CHEMISTRY. 



F. B. Carpenter, Chairman. 
J. E. BrEckenridge, Secretary. 



The Direct Estimation of all Intensities of Hydrogen Ion Concentra- 
tion by Means of Di-nitrohydrochinone. 
Lawrence J. Henderson. 



The Nitrogen Thermometer from Zinc to Palladium. 
A. L. Day and R. B. Sosman. 



Laboratory Methods for Organic Nitrogen Availability. 
C. H. Jones. 



Influence of Chemistry on Agriculture. (Chairman's Address.) 
F. B. Carpenter. 



Concerning After Effects of Certain Phosphates on Limed and Un- 
limed Lands. 

H. J. Wheeler. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 
ii, No. 4, 1910. 



New Method for Filtrating Insoluble Phosphoric Acid. 
R. H. Fash. 



554 SECTION c. 

Facts' brought out Regarding Uniform Analytical Methods for Phos- 
phate Rock through the Recent Work of the National Fertilizer 
Association's Committee. 
C. F. Hagedorn. 



Neutralization of the Ammonium Citrate Solution. 
J. M. McCandlEss. 



Note on the Determination of Phosphoric Acid by the Official Volu- 
metric Method. 

F. B. Carpenter. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
April, 1910. 



The Improvement of Analytical Processes. 
W. D. Richardson. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Alarch, 1910. 



The Cost of Available Nitrogen in Commercial Fertilizers. 
E. B. Voorhees. 

Bulletin No. 224, New Jersey State Experiment Sta- 
tion, December 13, 1909. 



Bacteriological Methods for determining the Available Nitrogen in 
Fertilizers. 

J. G. LiPMAN. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
April, 1910. 



Note on the Recovery of Waste Platinum. 
A. W. Blair. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



Method and Materials used in Soil Tests. 
H. A. Huston. 



pape;rs read. 555 

Accuracy in taking and preparing Mixed Fertilizer Samples. 
F. B. Porter. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
April, 1910. 



The Detection of Inferior Ammoniates in Commercial Fertilizers. 
John P. Street. 



Reports of Committees : 

Paul Rudnik, Chairman of the Committee on Nitrogen. 
G. A. Farnum, for the Committee on Phosphoric Acid. 
J. E. Breckenridge, for the Committee on Potash. 
F. V. Veitch, for the Committee on Iron ai:d Aluminum. 



DIVISION OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY. 



W. D. BiGELOW, Chairman. 
W. D. B. Penniman, Secretary. 



Analyses of Maize Products (starch, syrups, and sugars). (Read by 
title.) 

Edward Gudeman. 



The Influence of Micro-organisms upon the Quality of Maple Syrup. 
H. A. Edson. 

Bulletin, Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, 
1910. 



Analyses and Composition of Milk and its Products. (Read by title.) 
Edward Gudeman. 



The Composition of Milk. 

Herman C. Lythgoe. 

Annual Report, Massachusetts State Board of Health. 



Some Applications of Electricity to Apparatus and Laboratories for 
Water Analysis. 

Ellen H. Richards. 



556 ■ SECTION C. 

Pentosans in Soils. 

Oswald Schreiner and Edmund C. Shorey. 



The Construction and Installation of a Technical Laboratory. Chair- 
man's Address. (Illustrated.) 
W. D. BiGELOw. 



Relationship between Bacteriological and Chemical Findings in the 
Examination of Milk, Water, and Food Products. (Read by title.) 
S. C. Prescott. 



The Determination of Cane Sugar by the Use of Invertase. (Read 
by title.) 

C. S. Hudson. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
Vol. ii, April, 1910, pp. 143-146. 



Sampling of Sugar. (Read by title.) 
C. A. Browne. 



The Composition of Canned Peas and Lima Beans. (Read by title.) 
W. L. Dubois. 

Circular No. 54, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 



Composition of Cold Water Extracts of Beef. (Read by title.) 
P. F. Trowbridge and C. R. Moulton. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



Phosphorus in Flesh. (Read by title.) 
P. F. Trowbridge. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910 



The Cold Storage of Apple Cider. (Read by title.) 
H. C. Gore. 

Circular No. 48, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 



PAPliRS READ. 557 

The Value of Peaches as Vinegar Stock. (Read by title.) 
H. C. Gore. 

Circular No. 51, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 



The Composition of Vinegars formed from the Ciders of Different 
Varieties of Apples. (Read by title.) 
H. C. Gore and Alice L. Davison. 



The Examination of Vinegar. (Read by title.) 
R. W. Balcom. 



The Estimation of Glycerine in Meat Preparations. (Read by title.) 
F. C. Cook. 



A Comparison of Meat and Yeast Extracts of Known Origin. (Read 
by title.) 

F. C. Cook. 



The Working Efficiency of a Constant Temperature Laboratory for 
Polarizing Sugars. (Read by title.) 
C. A. Browne. 



The Separation of Colloids from Solution by Freeznig and Some 
Practical Results. (Read by title.) 
W. D. Richardson. 



The Use of the Refractometer in Detecting .A.dded Water in Milk. 
(Read by title.) 

P. H. Smith and J. C. Reed. 



The Stability of Butter Fat. (Read by title.) 
E. B. Holland. 



The Influence of the Method of Drying on the Non-Volatile Ether 
Extract of Spices. (Read by title.) 
A. LowENSTEiN and W. P. Dunne. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 
February, 1910. 



558 SECTION c. 

Sampling of Ground Spices. (Read by title.) 
Harry E. Sindall. 

American Journal of Pharmacy, February, 1910, p. 80- 



Delicacy of the Ferric-Chloride and Jorrissen Reaction for Salicylic 
Acid. (Read by title.) 

H. C. Sherman and A. Gross. 



The Identification of Mixed Coloring Matters in Foods. (Read by 
title.) 

S. P. MULUKEN. 



Factors which Influence the Digestion of Food. (Read by title.) 
P. F. Trowbridge. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



Aeration a Factor in the Purification of Water. (Read by title.) 
W. W. Skinner and G. W. StilES. 



The Influence of Environment on the Composition of Wheat. 
J. A. LeClErc and Sherman Leavitt. 

Bulletin, Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department of 
Agriculture. 



Rate of Acceleration of Plant Growth with Increase in Temperature. 
Fred. W. Morse. 



The Stimulation of Premature Ripening by Chemical Means. 
A. E. Vinson. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, February, 1910. 



The Development of Catalase in Lower Fungi. 
Arthur W. Dox. 



Wax of Candelilla or Mexican Wax Plant. 
G. S. FRAPS. 



PAPERS READ. . 559 

Formation of Ammonia Soluble Organic Matter in Soils. 
G. S. Fraps and N. C. Hammer. 

Bulletin, Texas' Experiment Station. 



Nitrates in Pineapple Soils. 

A. W. Blair and R. N. Wilson. 

Bulletin, Florida Experiment Station. 



Observations bearing upon the Practicability of Certain Chemical 
Methods of Testing Soils. 
H. J. Wheeler. 



The Oxidizing Power of Soils. 

M. X. Sullivan and F. R. Reid. 



Oxidization Effects of Manganese Salts in Soils. 
J. J. Skinner. 



Variation in Methoxyl in Soil Organic Matter. 

Edmund C. Shorey and Elbert C. Lathrop. 



Relation of the Active Phosphoric Acid of the Soil to Deficiencies for 
Phosphoric Acid, as shown in Pot Experiments. 
G. S. Fraps. 

Bulletin No. 126, Texas Experiment Station. 



Puren Bases in Soils. 

Oswald Schreiner and Edmund C. Shorey. 



The Effect of Certain Plants upon the Nitrate Content of Soils. 
T. L. Lyon and J. A. Bissell. 



Chemical Changes produced in Soils by Steam Sterilization. 
T. L. Lyon and J. A. BissEU. 



560 _ se;ction c. 

The Detection of Deterioration of Corn and Corn Meal with Special 
Reference to Pellagra. 

C. L. Alsberg and O. F. Black. 



Some New Formulas for the Determination of Dextrose, Dextrine, and 
Maltose. 

H. E. Barnard and W. B. McAbee. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



A Study of the Keeping Qualities of Crushed Fruits, Fruit Syrups, and 
Sugar Syrups. 

H. E. Barnard and I. L- Miller. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



The Composition of So-called Temperance Beers. 
H. E. Barnard. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 



The Efficiency of Land Plaster in Preventing the Loss of Ammonia 
in Manures. 

Wilfred W. Scott. 



BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY SECTION IN JOINT SESSION 
WITH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTS. 



S. C. PrEscott, Chairman a)id President. 



The Phosphorus of the Flat Turnip. 

Burt L. Hartwell and Wii.helm B. Quantz. 

Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1910. 



Ratio of Plant Nutrients as aflfected by Harmful Soil Compounds'. 
Oswald Schreiner and J. J. Skinner. 



PAPERS READ. 561 



Concurrent Oxidizing and Reducing Power of Roots. 
Oswald Schreiner and M. X. Sullivan. 



The Cause of Depression Produced by Molasses. 

J. B. LiNDSEY. 



Cornin, the Bitter Principle of Cornus florida. (Preliminary report.) 
E. R. Miller. 



The Selective Antiseptic Action of Copper Salts. 
Alfred Springer. 



Destruction of Invertase by Acids and Alkalies. 
H. S. Paine. 



The Estimation of Arsenic and Morphine in Animal Tissue. 
Charles R. Sanger. 



Stagnation vs. Circulation in House Air. 

Ellen H. Richards and Royce W. Gilbert. 



Industrial Bacteriology as a Field for Bio-chemical Investigation. 
Chairman's Address. (Read by title.) 
Samuel C. Prescott. 



Studies upon the Physiological and Chemical Toxicology of the Sap 
of the Manzanillo Tree. (Read by title.) 
Jose A. Fernandez Benitez. 



Some Points in the Analysis of Proteins. (Read by title.) 
T. B. Osborne. 



A Method for the Determination of Amino Nitrogen and its Applica- 
tions. (Read by title.) 

Donald D. VanSlyke. 

Proceedings, American Society of Biological Chemists, 
rgio. 



562 SECTION C. 

The Anaphylactic Reaction as a Speciiic Test for Protein. (Read by 
title.) 

M. J. ROSENAU. 



The Manganese-bearing Tissues of the Fresh-water Mussels. (Read 
by title.) 

H. C. Bradley. 

Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1910. 



The Relation of Typhoid Fever to the Water Supplies of Illinois. 
(Read by title.) 

Edward Bartow. 

American Journal of Public Hygiene, 1910. 
Illinois Society of Engineers and Surveyors, 1910. 



The Action of Enzymes on Sugars. (Read by title.) 
C. S. Hudson. 



The Chemical Organization of a Typical Fruit. (Read by title.) 
A. E. Vinson. 

Plant World, January, 1910. 



Fixing and Staining Tannin in Plant Tissues. (Read by title.) 
A. E. Vinson. 

Botanical Gazette, February, 1910. 



DIVISION OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 



R. S. CuRTiss, Chairman. 
Ralph H. McKee, Secretary. 



Advances in the Chemistry of Coal-tar Colors. 
Hugo Schweitzer. 



Saponification of Formic Esters. 

Julius Stieglitz and Edith Barnard. 



PAPIvRS READ. 563 

Stereoisomeric Chlorimidoketones. 

Julius Stiegutz and P. P. Peterson. 

Berichte der Deutschen Chemischen Gesellschaft. 



Phthalamidic Acids substituted in the Benzene Nucleus. 
J. Bishop Tingle and S. J. Bates. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Melting and Boiling Points of Certain Disubstitution Products of 
Benzene. 

J. Bishop Tingle. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Hydrazones of Certain Oxy-Ketones ; Alkali-Insoluble Phenols. 
Henry A. Torrey. 



Furoylacetic Ester and Furyl-Pyrazolones. 

Henry A. Torrey and J. E. ZanETTl 



Methyl Phenylimino-malonate and its Reactions. 

Richard S. Curtiss and F. Grace C. Spencer. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxxii. 



On 4- and 5-acetamino Acetanthranils and Quinazolines derived there- 
from. 

Marston T. Bogert and C. G. Amend. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



The Preparation of Styrolene Alcohol. 

William Lloyd Evans and Lou Helen Morgan. 



The Glycogen Content of Beef Flesh. 

P. F. Trowbridge and C. K. Francis. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



564 SECTION C. 

Synthetic Medicinals : Recent Progress in Relationship between 
Physiological Action and Structure. (Read by title.) 
Virgil Coblentz. 

Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 1910. 



The Action of Acetylene on Iodine Trichloride. (Read by title.) 
H. Edmund Wiedemann. 



The Condensation of Methylethyl-ketone by Acids' and Alkalies. (Read 
by title.) 

Alfred Hoffman. 



The Constitution of Retene and its Derivatives. (Read by title.) 
John E. Bucher. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, March, 1910. 



The Properties of the Hexa-Substitution Products of Ethane. (Read 
by title.) 

James F. Norris. 



Studies in Tautomerism. (Read by title.) 
S. F. Agree. 



The Basic Properties of Oxygen ; Compounds of Dimethylpyrone and 
the Halogen Hydrides. (Read by title.) 
D. McIntosh. 



The Constitution of Ortho-Benzo-Quinone. (Read by title.) 
William McPherson and Howard J. Lucas. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



Esterification and Steric Hindrance. (Read by title.) 

M. A. RosANOFF, C. D. Wright and T. F. Power. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, 1910. 



PAPERS READ. 565 

The Constitution of the Carboxonium Salts. (Read by title.) 
M. GoMBERG and L. H. Cone. 

Liebig's' Annalen der Chemie, Band 370, pp. 142 208. 



The Constitution of the Carbothionium Salts and of the Acridine Salts. 
(Read by title.) 

M. GoMBERG and L. H. Cone. 



The Constitution of Benzene from the Standpoint of the Corpuscular- 
Atomic Conception of Positive and Negative Valences. (Read 
by title.) 

Harry Shipley Fry. 



The Formation of Cyclopentadiens. (Read by title.) 
William J. Hale. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, igxo. 



Some Organic Compounds of Selenium. (Read by title.) 
Howard W. Doughty. 



A Measure of Thermodynamic Positivity and Negativity in Water 
Solution with Reference to Chemical Reactions of Organic Com- 
pounds. (Read by title.) 
C. G. Derick. 



The Addition Power of Methyl-ethyl-ethylene. (Read by title.) 
Roger F. Brunel. 



Equilibrium at High Temperatures between Isobutyl-Bromide and 
Tertiary Butyl Bromide. (Read by title.) 
Roger F. Brunel. 



The Iodine Compound of Pinene and the Resin formed by the Action 
of Iodine on Pinene. (Read by title.) 

G. B. Frankforter and B. F. P. Brenton. 



566 se;ction c. 

CHEMICAL EDUCATION SECTION. 



Lyman C. NewelIv, Chairman. 



The Purpose and Method of the Chemistry Course in the JPublic High 
School. 

Frank B. Wade. 

School Science and Mathematics, 1910. 



A First Course in Chemistry. 

M. D. SOHON. 

Journal, American Chemical Society, Vol. xxii, 1910. 



The Relations of the Common and of the More Uncommon or Im- 
miscible Reagents. 

Charles S. Palmer. 



Elementary Chemistry in the Vocational High School. 
Lyman Gorham Smith. 



The Case Against Qualitative Laboratory Experiments. 
Edward EllEry. 

School Science and Mathematics, April, 1910. 



The Teaching of Chemistry in Secondary Schools. 
MOSBY G. Perrow. 



Educational Value of Chemistry. 
W. S. Leavenworth. 

School Science and Mathematics, 1910. 



A Method of Preparing Qualitative "Unknowns." 

L. J. CURTMAN. 



PAPERS READ. 567 

Conditions under which Secondary School Teachers of Chemistry Con- 
duct their Work. 

Albert L. Smith. 

School Science and Mathematics, March, 1910. 



Conditions and Equipment in Secondary Schools. 
Charles R. Allen. 



Elementary Chemistry Teaching as a Means of Developing the Power 
of Independent Scientific Reasoning. 
Arthur A. Blanchard. 



The First Course in Chemistry for Secondary Schools 
M. D. SOHON. 



SECTION D. 



Mechanical Science and Engineering. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION D. 



Vice-President and CJiairnian of the Section. 
John F. Hayford, Evanston, 111. 

Secretary. 
G. W. BissELL, East Lansing, Mich. 

Member of Council. 
C. A. Waldo, St. Louis, Mo. 

Sectional Committee. 

George F. Swain, Vice-President, 1908; John F. Hayford, Vice- 
President, 1909; G. \V. BissELL, Secretary. 

A. M. Greene, Jr., i year ; J. B. Webb, 2 years ; J. E. Boyd, 3 years ; 
Arthur H. Blanchard, 4 years ; C. M. Woodward, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Mansfield Merriman, New York, N. Y. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section D, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxxi, No. 793, March ii, 1910, pp. 396-397. 



The Profession of Engineering and its Relation to the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science. 

Address by George F. Swain, Harvard University, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section D for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi. No. 786, January 21, 1910, 
pp. 81 93. 



Some Notes on the Cutting of Music Rolls and on a New Machine 
for Making Master or Pattern Rolls. 

J. F. Kelly, Pittsfield, Mass. (Presented by Walter Reed.) 
Electrical World, Vol. Iv, No. 3, January 20, 1910, 
pp. 161-162. 



A Pitot Tube Steam Meter. 

E. H. LocKwooD, New Haven, Conn. 



Production Engineering. 

A. A. Hamerschlag, Pittsburg, Pa. (Presented by the sec- 
retary.) 

Electrical World, March 3, 1910, p. 509. 



Recent Improvements in Ore Concentration Machinery. 
R. H. Richards, Boston, Mass. 

Transactions, American Institute of Mining Engineers, 
1910. 



A Parallel Rule. (Read by title.) 

H. E. WethErill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Journal, Franklin Institute, September, 1908. (Im- 
proved.) 



5/2 SECTION D. 

The Photographic Lens as an Engineering Instrument. (Read b}- title.) 
E. H. Berry, East Orange, N. J. 



The Changes of the Wind with Altitude. 

A. J. Henry, Mount Weather, Va. (Presented by W. J. 
Humphreys.) 

Bulletin, Mount Weather Observatory, Vol. ii, Part 
6, December, 1909. 



Wind Pressure and Velocity. 

S. P. Ferguson, Hyde Park, Mass. 



The Relation of Wind to Aeronautics. 

A. Lawrence Rotch, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Aircraft (New York), March. 1910. 



Turbulent Surface Winds. 

W. J. Humphreys, Washington, D. C. 

Bulletin, Mount Weather Observatory, 1910. 



Aerodynamics. 

A. M. Herring, New York, N. Y. 



Vertical Air Currents and their Office in Supporting a Moving Aerofoil. 
F. W. Very, Westwood, Mass. 



The Center of Pressure on Arched Surfaces. (Read by title.) 
M. B. Sellers, Baltimore, Md. 

Aeronautics (New York), March, 1910. 



Interference of Aeroplane Surfaces due to Grouping. (Read by title.) 
M. B. Sellers, Baltimore, Md. 

Aeronautics (New York), February, 1910. 



PAPfiKS READ. 573 



Vagaries of Air Currents. (Read by title.) 
A. T. AthErholt, Philadelphia, Pa. 



The Pneumodynamic and the Thermodynamic Function. (Read by 
title.) 

J. E. SiEBEL, Chicago, 111. 

Original Communications, Zymotechnic Institute, 
Chicago, Vol. iv, No. 2, February, 1910. 



General Design for an Aerial Machine of High Speed and Efficiency. 
(Read by title.) 

David Todd, Amherst, Mass. 



Some Applications of the Laws of ,\erial Viscosity to Problems of 
Aviation. (Read by title.) 

F. \V. Very, Westwood, Mass. 



The Development of the Modern Textile Mill. 
C. J. H. Woodbury, Boston, Mass. 

Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin (New 

York), January 3, 1910. 
American Wool and Cotton Reporter (Boston), Janu- 
ary 6, 1910 



The Present Status of Aerial Navigation. 
Octave Ch.anute, Chicago, 111. 



SECTION E. 



Geology and Geography. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION E. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
R. W. Brock, Ottawa. 

Secretary. 
F. P. Gulliver. Norwich, Conn. 

Member of Council. 
Wm. H. Hobbs, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Sectional Committee. 

B.MLEv Willis. Vice-President, 1908; R. W. Brock, Vice-President, 
1909; F. P. Gulliver, Secretary. 

H. L. Fairchild. I 3 ear; E. H. Barbour, 2 j'ears; J. B. Woodworth, 
3 3ears : F. B. Taylor, 4 years ; G. K. Gilbert, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
H. L. Fairchild, Rochester, N. Y. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of Secretary of Section E, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
cxil, No. 812, July 22, 1910, pp. 124-128. 



■inciples of Paleogeography. 

Address by Bailey Willis, Washington, D. C, Vice-President 
and Chairman of Section E for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 790, February 18, 1910, 
pp. 241-260. 



>me Physical Features in China. (Read by title.) 
Charles K. Edmunds, Baltimore, Md. 

National Geographic Magazine, 1910. 



ructure. Origin, and Stratigraphic Significance of the Shawangunk 
Grit. 

Paul BillingslEy, Columbia University, New York, N. Y. 



icroseisms. 

Otto Klotz, Ottawa, Canada. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxii, No. 816, August 19, 1910, 
pp. 252-254. 



igh Terraces and Abandoned Valleys of Western Pennsylvania. 
(Read by title.) 

E. Wesley Shaw, Washington, D. C. 

Journal of Geology, 19 10. 



acio-lacustrine and Post-glacial Features of the Connecticut Valley, 
near Hanover, N. H. 

J. W. Goldthwait, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H. 



578 SECTION E. 

The Shore-lines of the Glacial Lakes in the Vermillion Quadrangle, 
Ohio. (Read by title.) 

Frank Carney, Granville, Ohio. 

Bulletin, Scientific Laboratories of Denison University, 
Vol. xvi, No. I. 



Quantitative Measure of Maximum Arid Deflation. (Read by title.) 
Charles R. Keyes, Des Moines, Iowa. 



Destruction of the Drumline in Boston Harbor. (Read by title.) 
George Carroll Curtis, Boston, Mass. 



The Coral Island Bora-Bora, and the Model as Illustration of the 
Principles of Naturalistic Earth Relief. 
George Carroll Curtis, Boston, Mass. 



The Geographic and Geologic Character of the "Sabana" about Caicara, 
Venezuela. 

T. A. Bendrat, Turners Falls, Mass. 



Report of the Third Meeting of the Permanent Commission of the 
International Seismological Association, held at Zermatt, Switzer- 
land, August 30- September 3, 1909. (Read by title.) 

Otto Klotz, (Delegate for Canada), Ottawa, Canada. 



The Glacial Recession in Western New England. 
F. B. Taylor, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 



SECTION F. 
ZOOLOGY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION F. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William E. Ritter, San Diego, Cal. 

Secretary. 
Maurice A. Bigelow, New York, N. Y. 

Member of Council. 
C. H. EiGENMANN, Bloomington, Ind. 

Sectional Committee. 

C. J. Herrick, Vice-President. 1908; W. E. Ritter, Vice-Presider] 
1909; M. A. Bigelow, Secretary. 

W. E. Ritter, i year; A. W. BleilE, 2 years; A. L. TreadwEll, 
years; C. C. Nutting. 4 years; Edwin Linton, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
William E. Ritter, San Diego, Cal. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section F, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxxi, No. 790, February 18, 1910. p. 277. 



The Evolution of Intelligence and its Organs. 

Address by C. Judson Herrick, University of Chicago, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section F for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 784, January 7, 1910, 
pp. 7-iB. 



A Plea for Popular Zoology. 

WiLU.^M E. RiTTER, Marine Biological Station, San Diego, Cal. 



The Nest-building Habits of some American Fishes. 
J.\C0B Reich AKU, University of Michigan. 



The Study of Natural History at the Tortugas Laboratory. 
Alfred G. Mayer, Marine Laboratory, Tortugas. 

The Popular Science Monthly, Vol 77> April. 1910. 



lustrations of the Life and Instincts of Wild Birds. 
Francis H. Herrick, Adelbert College. 

The Popular Science MoiUhlv 



The House Fly as a Carrier of Disease. 
Daniel D. Jackson. 



Conservation of our Fisheries. 

David Starr Jordan, Leland Stanford Junior University. 



Recent Progress in the Study of Heredity. 

William E. Castle, Harvard University, 

The Popular Science Monthly. 



SECTION G. 



BOTANY. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION G. 



Vicc-Prcsidoit and Chairman of the Section 
D. P. Penhai.low, Montreal, Can. 

Secretary. 
Henry C. CowlES, Chicago, 111. 

Member of Council. 
Joseph N. Rose, Washington, D. C. 

Sectional Committee. 

H. M. RiCH.ARDS, Vice-President, 1908; D. P. Penhali.ow, Vice- 
President, 1909; H. C. CowLES, Secretary. 
W. J. Beal, I year; C. R. Barnes,* 2 years; William TrelEasE, 3 
years ; R. A. Harper, 4 years ; D. T. MacDougal, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
Aven Nelson, Laramie, Wyo. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section G, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxxi, No. 799, April 22, 1910, pp. 632-640. 



On the Nature of Response to Chemical Stimulation. 

Address by Herbert M. Richards, Columbia University, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section G for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 785, January 14, 1910, 
pp. 52-62. 



Symposium on Botanical Gardens. 



The Administration of Botanical Gardens. 
William Trelease. 

Science N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 801, May 6, 1910, 
pp. 681-685. 



The Relations of Botanical Gardens to the Public. (Illustrated.) 
N. L. Britton. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi. No. 800, April 29, 1910, 
pp. 641-644. 



The Place of Botanical Gardens in Collegiate Instruction. 
W. F. Ganong. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi. No. 800, April 29, 1910, 
pp. 644-648. 



A University Botanical Garden. 
D. S. Johnson. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 800, April 29, 1910. 
pp. 648-655. 



586 SECTION G. 

The Botanic Garden as a Field Museum of Agriculture. 
A. F. BlakesleE. 

Science N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 8oi, May 6, 1910, 
pp. 685-688. 



Further Observations on the Nature of the Fertile Spike in Ophioglos- 
sacese. 

M. A. Chrysler. 

Annals of Botany, Vol. xxiv, January, 1910. 



Change of Sex in Humulus Lnpulus not due to Traumatism. 
W. W. StockbErger. 



The Taxonomic Value of the Ccphalodia in Certain Species of 
Stereocaulon. 

Lincoln W. Riddle. 



Cell and Nuclear Division in Closterium. 
B. F. LUTMAN. 

Proceedings, Wisconsin Academy of Letters and 
Science, 1910. 



Corallorhiza and Mycosymbiosis. 
Benjamin C. GruenbErg. 



The Origin of the Primary Bulb in Erythronium. 
Frederick H. Blodgett. 

Botanical Gazette, 1910. 



Some New Hybrids and their Bearing on the Classification of Wheat. 
Burt C. Buffum. 



The Closing Response of Dionaca muscipula Ellis. 
W. H. Brown and L. W. Sharp. 



PAPERS READ. 587 

Effects of Acidity of Culture Media upon Morphology in Species of 
Penicillium. 

Charles Thom. 

Bulletin, U. S. Department of Agriculture. 



Effect of Various Gases and Vapors upon Etiolated Seedlings of the 
Sweet Pea. 

Lee I. Knight, R. Catlin Rose and William Crocker. 



A New Method of Detecting Traces of Illuminating Gas. 

Lee I. Knight, R. Catlin Rose and William Crocker. 



The Stele of Osmunda cinnamomea. 
J. H. Faull. 

Transactions', Canadian Institute (Toronto), 1910. 



The Ontogeny of Helvella elastica. 
W. A. McCuBBIN. 



An Unusual Walnut. 

Ira D. Cardiff. 



Studies upon Oxidases. 

H. Hasselbring and C. L. Alsberg. 



Some Teratological Features of the Coniferae. 
Robert Boyd Thomson. 



On the Distribution and Origin of Ray Tracheids in Finns Strobus 
and P. resinosa. 

W. P. Thompson. 



588 SECTION G. 

On the Organization and Reconstruction of the Somatic Nuclei in 
Podophyllum peltatum. (Read by title.) 
J. B. Overton. 

Archiv fiir Zellforschung, 1910. 



Cleistogamy in the Genus Aluhlenbergia. (Read by title.) 
Mrs. Agnes Chase. 



The Chart Method in Taxonomy. (Read by title.) 
Frederic E. Clements. 

Minnesota Botanical Studies. 



Evaporation in its Relation to the Prairie at Lake Okoboji, Iowa. 
(Read by title.) 
B. Shimek. 



Alpine Plants and Evaporation. (Read by title.) 
Charles H. Shaw.* 



JOINT SESSION, SECTION G AND THE AMERICAN 
PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



A Spinach Disease caused by Heterosperium variabile. 
Howard S. Reed. 



A New Species of Endomyces. 
Charles E. Lewis. 

Bulletin, Maine Experiment Station, 1910. 



Three Species of the Type of Aecidium cornutum Pers. 
Frank D. Kern. 



PAPERS READ. 589 

Present Status of the Cotton Anthracnose Investigation at the South 
Carolina Experiment Station. 
H. W. Barre. 

22nd Annual Report, S. C. Experiment Station. 



\ Nectria Fruiting upon the Earth. 
J. B. Pollock. 



\ Barley Disease. 

L. H. Pammel, Charloitte M. King and A. L. Bakke. 



Motes on Some Diseases of Coniferous Nursery Stock. 
Carl Hartley. 



Pomes annosus and Two Species of Gymnosporangium on Juniperus 
virginiana. 

Carl Hartley. 



Drigin of Heteroecism in the Rusts. 
Edgar W. Olive. 



SECTION H. 



Anthropology and Psychology. 



OFFICERS OF SECTION H. 



Vice-President and Chairman of the Section. 
William H. Holmes, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary. 
George Grant MacCurdy, New Haven, Conn. 

Member of Council. 
B. T. B. Hyde, New York, N. Y. 

Sectional Committee. 
R. S. WooDWORTH, Vice-President, 1908; William H. Holmes, Vice 

President, 1909; George Grant MacCurdy, Secretary. 

Ales Hrdlicka, i year ; Franz Boas, 2 years ; William H. HolmES 

3 years ; R. B. Dixon, 4 years ; George A. DorsEy, 5 years. 

Member of General Committee. 
George Grant MacCurdy, New Haven, Conn. 

Officers of the American Anthropological Association. 
William H. Holmes, Washington, D. C, President. 
George Grant MacCurdy, Yale University, Secretary. 
B. T. B. Hyde, New York City, Treasurer. 
F. W. Hodge, Washington, D. C, Editor. 

Council. 
Ex-officio: W J McGee, F. W. Putnam, F. Boas, Alice C. Fletcher, 

G. A. Dorsey, C. B. Moore, G. G. MacCurdy, B. T. B. Hyde, F. 

W. Hodge, R. B. Dixon. 
Until 1912: H. I. Smith, G. H. Pepper, W. C. Farabee, J. R. Swanton, 

G. G. Heye, M. H. Saville. 
Until 1911 : E. L. Hewett, J. N. B. Hewitt, W. Hough, A. Hrdlicka 

A. L. KroebEr, a. M. Tozzer. 
Until 1910: C. P. Bowditch, A. F. Chamberlain, S. Culin, R. B, 

Dixon, J. Walter Fewkes, G. B. Gordon. 
Until 1909: F. Baker. L. Farrand, B. Laufer, J. D. McGuire, J. 

MOONEY, C. Peabody. 

Officers of the American Eolk-Lore Society. I 

John R. Swanton, Washington, President. 
Roland B. Dixon, Cambridge, Secretary. 



ADDRESSES AND PAPERS PRESENTED. 



For full report of secretary of Section H, see Science, N. S. Vol. 
xxxi. No. 792, March 4, 1910, pp. 350-354. 



Racial Differences in Mental Traits. 

Address by R. S. Woodworth, Columbia University, Vice- 
President and Chairman of Section H for 1908. 

Science, N. S. Vol. xxxi, No. 788, February 4, 1910, 
pp. 171-186. 



JOINT MEETING, SECTION H, A. A. A. S., AMERICAN 
ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION AND AMERI- 
CAN FOLK-LORE SOCIETY. 



Some Practical Aspects of the Study of Myths. 
John R. Swanton. 

Folk-Lore Journal. 



Some Fundamental Cliaracteristics of the Ute Language. 
Edward Sapir. 



On a Remarkable Birch-bark Fragment found in Iowa. 
Warren K. MoorEhEad. 



The Condition of the Ojibway of Northern Minnesota. 
Warren K. Moorehead. 



The Chronic 111 Health of Darwin. 

RODERT HESSLER. 



Anthropology in the Peale Museum. 
George H. Pepper. 



594 SECTION H. 

Calf Mountain Mound in Manitoba. 
Henry jMontgomery. 

American Anthropologist, March, 1910. 



Huron Moose Hair Embroidery. 
F. G. Speck. 



Assiniboine Folklore. 

Robert H. Lowie. 

Journal of American Folk-Lore, December, 1909. 



What is Totemism? 

A. A. GOLDENWEISER. 



The Myth of Seven Heads. 

Alexander F. Chamberlain. (Read by Charles Peabody.) 



Some Problems of the American Race. 
William H. Holmes. 

American Anthropologist, 1910. 



The Characteristics and Material Culture of the Cayapa Indians. 
S. A. Barrett. 

Contributions to South American Archeology, Vol. iv. 



The Cayapa Spirit World. 
S. A. B.\rrett. 

Contributions to South American Archeology, Vol. iv. 



The Alligator Motive and Figures with Mixed Attributes in the AncienV 
Art of Chiriqui. 

George Grant MacCurdv. 

Anthropological Publications, Univers:ity of Pennsyl- 
vania, Vol. iv, No. I. 



PAPERS READ. ■ 595 



Native American Ballads. 
Phillips Barry. 



A Possible Explanation of Conventionalized Art. 
H. J. Spinden. 



Rock Inscriptions. (Read by title.) 
Stephen D. Peet. 



Stages of Progress in Parallels of Latitude. (Read by title.) 
Stephen D. Peet. 



The Incensario. (Read by title.) 
Walter Hough. 

Proceedings, U. S. National Museum. 



The Distribution of Gray Pottery in the Pueblo Region. (Read by 
title.) 

Walter Hough. 

Report of Explorations of 1905, U. S. National 
Museum. 



Symbolism in a Japanese Marriage. (Read by title.) 
Sarah S. James. 



Distribution of South American Linguistic Stocks. (Map.) (Read 
by title.) 

A. F. Chamberlain. 



.\n Introductory Paper on the Tewa Language. (Read by title.) 
John P. Harrington. 



596 SECTION H. 

Literary Form in Oral Tradition. (Read by title.) 
Franz Boas. 



Folk Songs and Music of Cataluna. (Rea