Alphabetical Index Page 473

Adams, Emma H. Salmon Canning in Oregon. 362

Anderson, John. Notes upon the Scotch Fish and Fisheries. 217

Annaniassen, Abr. Klip-fish at the Shetland Islands. 316

Atkins, Chas. G. The Penobscot and Schoodic Salmon Work of 1884-'85. 51

Atkins, Chas. G. Report on the Schoodic Salmon Work of 1884-'85. 332

Bean, Tarleton II. Notes upon an Exploration on Long Island Sound 33

Blackford, Eugene G. Report of the work in an Oyster Investigation with the Steamer Lookout 58

Boeck, G. How to Strengthen the Dunes. 88

Borne, Max von dem. Distribution of American Fish and Fish Eggs by the German Fishery Association 261

Borne, Max von dem. Putting Bass into Carp Ponds 359

Borodin, N. An Attempt to Impregnate Artificially the Eggs of Acipenser Stellatus. 275

Bouchon-Brandely. The Pearl Fisheries of Tahiti. 292

Brakeley, John H. Notes on Carp and Frog Culture. 209

Buch, S.A. Spawning of Spring Herring near Norway. 297

Cary, H. H. The Saint John's River as a Shad Stream. 422

Cerda, Juan de la C. Proposed Transmission of Salmon Eggs to Chile and Importation of Chilean Species of Fishes 247

Clark, Frank N. Results of Planting Young Whitefish in Lake Erie. What the Fishermen Think of Whitefish Propagation 113

Clark, Frank. Natural as Compared with Artificial Hatching of Whitefish. 321

Clarke, H. B. Propagation of Trout by the Southside Club. 436

Collins, John D. 85. Propagation of Salmon in Salmon River, Oswego County, New York. 287

Collins, J. W. Notes on the English Herring and Mackerel Fisheries, and the Methods of Curing. 40

Collins, J. W. The Red Snapper Grounds in the Gulf of Mexico. 145

Collins, J. W. Unusual Abundance of Cod on Brown's Bank. 234

Collins, J. W. Fishing on an Edge of the Grand Banks. 256

Collins, J. W. Edible Qualities of Smoked Kingfish (Scomberomorus cavalla, Cuv.) 359

Collins, J. W. Proposition to Prepare Kingfish by Smoking. 360

Dannevig, G.M. Report of Operations at the Hatching Establishment for Marine Fishes, Arendal, 1884. 154

Dannevig, G.M. Success in Hatching Lobster Eggs in Norway. 280

Dannevig, G.M. Artificial Hatching of Salt-water Fish and Lobsters in Norway. 437

Dannevig, G.M. Salmonidae in Australia. 440

Dannevig, G.M. Hatching Lobsters in Norway. 446

Day, Francis, The Effects of an Elevated Temperature on Fishes. 142

Day, Francis, On the Rearing, Growth, and Breeding of Salmon in Fresh Water in Great Britain. 307

De Causaus, Viscount, The Fish-cultural Establishment of Lake Saint-Front, Haute Loire, France. 241

D'Halloy, Leon, Fish-culture at Gouville, France. 25,5

De Poincy, J.W. Description of a Fish-trap and Oyster Basin. 134

Dickinson, Fred. W. Petition to Prohibit the Seining of Bluefish. 425

Donaldson, R. J. Raising Carp in Rice Fields. 283

Duncan, J. Barker, Salmon and Trout Hatcheries in Scotland. 451

Dunlap, M. E. Pound and Net Fishing at Erie, Pa. 319

Dunn, Matthias, Food of Mackerel, Pilchards, and Herring. 305

Fennell, Henry, 78. Hatching American Fish at South Kensington, and their Introduction to English Waters. 273

Fiedler, Judge, The Migration of Salmon (Salmo salar, L.) in the Baltic. 185

Frey, E. Disposition of Whitefish Eggs sent to Switzerland. 358




Garde, Aug. Smoking Herring in Denmark 17

Garmann, Samuel, Protecting the Oyster Beds from Starfish Depredations. 127

Gould, N. E. Time of Approach of Fish to the New England Coast. 416

Green, Loren W. Condition of the United States Trout Ponds. 309

Green, Loren W. 166. On a Disease Affecting the Rainbow Trout at McCloud River Station. 472

Halperine, E. Piscivorous Plants. 353

Hamlen, William, 134. Report of Shad-hatching Operations at Battery Station, Havre de Grace, Md. Season of 1895. 401

Harris, Gwynn, Report upon the Shad and Herring Fisheries of the Potomac River for 1885. 192

Harvie-Brown, J. A. On the Migration of Birds in the Spring and Autumn of 1884. 221

Hensen, V. Organic Matter in the Baltic. 267

Hessel, Rud. Notes on the Habits of the Golden Ide (Idus auratus). 254

Hessel, Rud. Notes from the Carp Ponds. 435

Hobbs, James R. 159. Stranding of a Pigmy Sperm-whale. 450

Hodge, E. B. Culture of Landlocked and Penobscot Salmon in New Hampshire. 423

Hock, P.P.C. Comparative Examination of Cultivated and Uncultivated Oysters, with the View to Determine the Number which, during the First Year, took part in Reproduction, 103

Howell, D. Y. Injuries Caused by Gill-nets to Whitefish. 324

Johnson, George A. Mud Slough on the Grand Banks. 291

Jordan, David S. The Habits and the Value for Food of the American Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus, Rafinesque) 84

Jordan, David S. Notes on Fishes Observed in Lake Superior. 191

Jordan, David S. The Mountain or Salmon Trout of Oregon. 310

Juel, Niels. The Whale Fishery of Norway. 63

K. Baron von, Fish-culture as a means of Improving the Race of Fish. 289

Kemp, N.H. and others. The Sardine Canning Industry of Eastport, Me. 241

Kidder, J. H. The Bower-Barff Rustless Iron. 151

Kidder, J. H. Memorandum on Water Residues from Cod-hatching Station at Wood's Holl. 357

Kinney, Aug. C. Proposed Removal of Fish-traps from Columbia River. 328

Knudsen, Henrik, Some Facts Concerning Isinglass. 295

Lyman, Theodore, Laws of Inland Waters. 271

McDonald, Marshall, Report on the Pollution of the Potomac River by the Discharge of Waste Products from Gas Manufacture. 125

McDonald, Marshall, 103. Effect of Waste Products from Page's Ammoniacal Works upon Young Shad Fry. 818

McDonald, Marshall, 130. Report of Shad Propagation on the Potomac River during the Season of 1885. 369

MacGowan, D. J. Carp-culture in China. 235

Malmgren, A. J. The Injurious Effects of Rafting on the Lake and River Fisheries of Sweden. 264

Mather, Fred, The Shad Fisheries of the Hudson. 177

Mather, Fred, Report of Hatching Operations at Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. during the Season of 1884-85, and the Distribution in the Spring of 1885. 469

Martin, Robert A. 158. How to Catch Carp. 448

Martin, S. J. Notes on the Cod Gill-net Fisheries of Gloucester, Mass. 1884-'85 49
Martin, S. J. Notes on the Fisheries of Gloucester, Mass. 57
Martin, S. J. Notes on the Fisheries of Gloucester, Mass. 208

Mobius, Karl, Report on Planting Canadian Oysters near the Island of Aaroe, in the Little Belt, November 6, 1884. 257

Moore, C. R. Introduction of Clams into Delaware Bay. 426.

Mosher, A. A. Propagating Buffalo-fish. 190

Mosher, A. A. Notes on Fish-culture in Iowa. 312

Murray, C. H. Young Trout Destroyed by Mosquitoes. 243

Norny, E. K. Artificial Propagation of Rockfish and Eels. 315

Nye, Jr. Willard, Notes upon Octopus, Flying-fish, &c. taken during the Albatross Cruise in January, 1884. 189

Nye, Jr. Willard, 116. Notes taken during Cruise of the Albatross to Grand Banks in June and July, 1885. 838

Oesterbol, A. Fish and Medusae 331

Page, W. F. Effect of Sunlight upon Shad Eggs. 308

Piepmeyer, L. W.; Report of the Operations of the U.S. Fish Commission Steamer Fish Hawk, in Shad Hatching, on the Delaware River, Season of 1885. 395

Pittendrigh, George, Statistics of the Fisheries of the Province of British Columbia for 1884. 424

Playfair, Lyon, A Foreigner's Opinion of American Fish-culture. 307

Procter, Richard A.. Monster Sea-serpents 325

Rasch, H. A. Landmark, and G.O. Sars. Opinions Concerning the Desirability of a Hatchery for Salt-water Fish in Norway. 146.

Raveret-Wattel, C. American Fish being Acclimatized in France. 244
Raveret-Wattel, C. Note on the Culture of American Salmon in France 260
Raveret-Wattel, C. American Fish in France. 423

Riddle, George W. Restocking the Merrimac River with Lamprey Eels. 320

Riley, C.Y. Water-beetles Destroying Carp. 311

Ryder, John A. Note on the Male Organs of the Eel. 1
____, Directions for Collecting Embiotocoid Fish Embryos. 32
____, The Rate of Growth of Oysters at Saint Jerome Creek Station. 129
____, On the Development of the Mammary Glands and Genitalia of the Cetacea. 135
____, On the Rate of Growth of the Common Clam, and on a Mode of Obtaining the Young of the Giant Clams of the Pacific Coast for the Purpose of Transplanting 174
___, On the Green Coloration of the Gills and Palps of the Clam (Mya arenaria). 181
___ Answers to Questions about Fattening Oysters. 418

Schroeder, Seaton, Hydrographic Work of the Albatross in 1884. 269

Schwaab, Dr. Live Food for Young Fish. 277

Sellars, L. H. Abundance of Fish in the Gulf of Mexico 304

Seymour, Charles, Fish-culture in Southern China. 252

Shephard, Isaac F. Fish-culture in China. 250

Smiley, Chas. W. How to Distinguish the Sex of Carp 36
___ Notes upon Fish and the Fisheries.65
___ Notes upon Fish and the Fisheries. 337
___ Sending Catfish to Europe. 433
___ Notes upon Fish and the Fisheries. 465

Smiley, Chas. W. and Chas. W. Scudder, Chronological List of Pamphlet Publications of the U. S. Fish Commission from its Organization in 1871 to January, 1885. 41

Smith, A. C. Notes on the Lobster (Homarus americanus). 121

Smith, James A. Report of Shad-hatching Operations by the Steamer Lookout, Season of 1885. 386

Smith, S. B. Efforts to Raise Trout 435

Smithers, E.J. 64. Carp-culture in China. 249

Southwick, J.M.K. The Appearance of Sharks, Squid, Menhaden, and Frost-fish. 358

Sparks, George L. Porpoise Products. 415

Stearns, Robt. E. C. Edible Shell-fish found near Cuba. 311

Stearns, Robt. E. C. Note on the Clams of the Pacific Coast. 356

Stearns, Silas, G. The Fisheries of Pensacola, Fla. 245

Stearns, Silas, G. Examination of the Fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico. 285

Stearns, W. A. The Labrador Fisheries. 6

Stone, Livingston, History of Operations at the Fish-hatching Stations on the McCloud River, California, from the beginning, August, 1872, to October, 1884. 28

Stone, Livingston, 157. Segregation of the Sexes of Trout. 448

Stover, E, S. Raising Carp in a Supposed Alkaline Water. 427

Swan, James G. Report on Black Cod of the North Pacific Ocean. 225

Tanner, Z.L. The Use of the Electric Light in Fishing. 464

Thorsteinson, A. American Halibut-fisheries near Iceland. 429

True, F. W. The Porpoise Fishery of Hatteras, N.C. 3

True, F. W. Report of a Trip to Long Island in Search of Skeletons of the Right Whale (Balaena cisarctica). 131

True, F. W. Notice of the Capture of a Male Pigmy Sperm-whale (Kogia breviceps) at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. 132

Valery-Mayet, Prof. Hatching Salmon Eggs at Montpellier, France, and Trouble with Fungus. 272

Verrill, A.E. How long will Oysters live out of Water. 161

Wange, P. Preservation of Bait. 200

Walker, C. H. Location of a Salmon Hatchery in Oregon. 309

Whitcombe, W. P. Shipment of Whitefish Eggs to the Ballarat Fish Acclimatization Society. 329

Wilcox, W.A. New England Fisheries from January 1 to March 31, 1885. 162

Wilcox, W.A. New England Fishery in Apri1, 1885. 166

Wilcox, W.A. New England Fisheries in May, 1885. 170

Wilcox, W.A. New England Fisheries in June, 1885. 197

Wilcox, W.A. New England Fisheries in July, l885. 332

Wilcox, W.A. New England Fisheries in August, 1885 442

Wood, W. M, Transplanting Lobsters to the Chesapeake--Experiments upon the Temperature they can Endure. 31

Worth, S.G. Prospectus of Striped Bass Operations for the Season of 1885. 35

Worth, S.G. Summary of Fish-cultural work in North Carolina. 365

Worthington, John. Falling off in the Fisheries of Malta. 400

Worthington, John. The Fisheries of Malta. 457

Wray, Leonard, 162. A Desire for Fish-culture in Malacca. 463


Anon. An Act to Protect the Fish in the Potomac River in the District of Columbia, and to Provide a Spawning ground for Shad and Herring in the said Potomac River. 180

Anon. Resolution Asking for the Abrogation of the Fishery Clause of the Washington Treaty, Passed at a Convention of New England Fishermen, which met at Gloucester, December 27,1884. 447

Deutsche Fischerei-Zeitung. Nuremberg Carp Exchange. 428

Norsk Fiskeritidende. The Iceland Shark-fisheries. 301

Norsk Fiskeritidende. Eels and Eelpots in Norway. 306

Norsk Fiskeritidende. Salting Roe in Norway. 410

Philadelphia Press. The Harvest of the Sea. 361

San Francisco Chronicle. Italian Fishermen in San Francisco. 281