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Armistead, J.J. Atmospheric and other Influences on the Migrations of Fishes. 93-99

Atkins, Charles G. Methods employed at Craig Brook in Rearing Young Salmonoid Fishes. 221-228

Augur, C. H. Fish Nets: Some account of their Construction and the Application of their Various Forms in the American Fisheries. 381-388

Bean, Tarleton H. Report as Secretary of the General Committee. 1-14

Blackford, Eugene G. Address as Chairman of the Fish-cultural Section. 191

Borodine, Nicolas. A Review of Fish Culture in Europe and North America. 193-198

Brooke, W.K. The Origin of the Food of Marine Animals. 87-92

Cheney, A. N. Breeding Natural Food Artificially for Young Fish Artificially Reared. 277-279

Church, Daniel T. The Sea and Coast Fisheries. 37-38

C1ark, F.N. History and Methods of Whitefish-Culture. 213-220

Clinton, G.P. Observations and Experiments on Saprolegnia infesting Fish. 163-172

Dean, Bashford. Notes on the Hatching of Sturgeon. 335-339

Evermann, Barton W. Investigation of Rivers and Lakes with reference to the Fish Environment. 69-73

Forbes, S.A. The Aquarium of the U.S. Fish Commission at the World's Columbian Exposition. 143-158

Fulton, T. Wemyss. Deacription of the Marine Hatchery at Dunbar, Scotland 257-262

Gilbert, W.L. The Past, Present, and Future of Trout-Culture. 47-48

Goode, George Brown. The Relation of Scientific Research to Economic Problems. 49-58

Green, W. S. Notes on the Irish Mackerel Fisheries. 357-360

Herrick, F. H. Habits and Development of the American Lobster, and their bearing upon its artificial propagation. 75-86

Joncas, L. Z. The Fisheries of Canada. 341-348

Keyes, C.M. The Fishing Industry of Lake Erie, Past and Present. 349-353

Kunz, George F. The Exhibit of Pearls at the World's Columbian Exposition. 439-457

Lawrence-Hamilton, J. Foul Fish and Filth Fevers 311-334.

Lawrence-Hamilton, J. Reforms and Improvements suggested for the Fisheries of Great Britain and Ireland. 293-310

Linton, Edwin. Observations Concerning Fish Parasites. 101-112

Loeb, Jacques. The Influence of Light on the Periodical Depth Migrations of Pelagic Animals. 65-68

Mather, Fred. What we know about the Lobster. 281-288

MacCallum, G.A. The Assimilation of the Fishery Laws of the Great Lakes. 17-20

McDonald, Marshall. Address as Chairman of the General Committee. 15-16

McIntosh, W.C. Fish-cultural Investigations at the St. Andrews Marine Laboratory. 241-256

Nordqvist, Oscar. Some Notes about American Fish-Culture. 197-200

Oemler, A. The Past, Present,and Future of the Oyster Industry of Georgia. 263-272

Page, William F. Propagation of B1ack Bass in Ponds. 229-236

Peck, James I. On the Food of the Menhaden. 113-126

Post, Hoyt. Fish-Culture in Michigan. 201-211

Quelch, J. J. Fishing in British Guiana. 237-240

Reeves, I. S. K. Description of the Fresh and Salt Water Supply and Pumping Plants used for the Aquarium. 159-161

Reighard, J.E. Some Plankton Studies in the Great Lakes. 127-142

Rowe, Henry C. The Methods of Deep-water Oyster Culture. 273-276

Ryder, John A. Biological Research in Relation to the Fisheries. 59-63

Smith, Hugh M. Statistics of the Fisheries of the United States. 389-417

Smith, Hugh M. (compiler) The Fisheries of Japan. 419-438

Smith, Hugh M. The Maintenance and Improvement of the American Fisheries. 287-292

Southwick, J. M. K. Our Ocean Fisheries, and the Effect of Legislation upon the Fisheries 39-45

Spangler, A.M. The Decrease of Fish in American Waters, and some of the Causes. 21-35

Stanley-Brown, J. The Past and Future of the Fur Seal. 361-370

Stiles, C. W. Report on a Parasitic Protozoan observed on Fish in the Aquarium. 173-190

Swan, James G. Notes on the Fisheries and Fishery Industries of Puget Sound 371-380

Wilkins, J. T. The Fisheries of the Virginia Coast. 355-356