RMPGMT7W–Black and white photograph showing the interior of Pier 35, with a metal roof supported by iron trusswork, and crates and sandbags stacked on either side, located in San Francisco, California, January 8, 1917. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AWG1NN–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . s have a room fitted up as elaborately as is the principals office,and is provided with a dining table, a kitchen, wardrobe, etc. The class-rooms are 24 by 30 feet in dimensions, and are provided with artificialslate blackboards, and, except on the north side of the buildings. AvitliVenetian blinds. The assembly hall and four classrooms can be dark-ened, and are provided with electric connections for lantern work.In the seventh and eighth grades the rooms are fitted up for the s
RMPGMT79–Black and white photograph showing a man standing next to a two-story, fire station, with a barrel tile roof, and a fire engine parked in the open doorway, located between Piers 24 and 26, in San Francisco, California, USA, 1853. Courtesy Internet Archive. ()
RM2AWK8RX–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . co CO tH c> C-1 C^J -I C-l (M (M i (M ^ 6 cj d d d d d d d O) a> SJ CI u a> fi a Q fi Q Q Q o o KEPORT OF THE STATE CONTROLLER. 101 ioo -* (M (MCC -*l —< ^(M OlOO -*l -t< COOX-flCr-iOiOC5:n(MCOf^(M 1C3C0 T-IO) OCO CCCi CO-^ .-11- 00 r- ^ CO 30 00 CO cc C-I O C-l IC CO lO ^ C-1 o 1 t^O O 00 0<M OUO <M (M T-HCOiO Oi t^ ?^ C2 I^ -H -t< M IM 1-H .-1 C) cc C-l 00 (M 1 -* C3 lO CO lOOD oo •-I CC ooo -f< 00 C-1 i-H C-) C<) <M lO ^ ^ rfi <r ^ ^-O cc
RMMD255Y–Black and white exterior photograph of a Wells Fargo, 1853. Courtesy Internet Archive. Note: Image has been digitally colorized using a modern process. Colors may not be period-accurate. ()
RM2AN22WT–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . -pany, it has not thus far succeeded in overcoming certain physicaldifficulties connected with maintaining an ade(|uate water supply atall times. As a result of these- physical difficulties, and also because of thehuman probh^ns involved in working out cooperatively such larg(^(juestions as Imperial Valley presents, the pioposal to seek some kind ofa working agreement with the United States Rechunation Service hasagain come into fii-st plac(^ befon^ the ])eople of the valley. In
RM2AGAX01–. Annual report of the regents of the university of the state of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto. condition. Rastrites barrandi. The fragment is about two and a quarter inches in length, and in its natural state has evidently been a nearly or quitecylindrical tube, a longitudinal depressed line indicatingthe place of the axis. In this length there are more thanforty of these minute processes, the stipe just below eachone swelling out a little on that side; the expansion ter-minating abruptly above,
RM2AM7WC3–Elements of chemistry : including the applications of the science in the arts . 190 CnEMICAL POLARITY,. repelling atoms will be more distant the largerthe circle, or the more nearly a segment of itapproaches to a straight line. This arrange-ment of many pairs in a circle, being a condi-tion of equilibrium, is a necessary one, andmust take place in all double decompositiousoccurring in a liquid where the binary mole-cules are free to move. The formation of suchpolar circuits explains the ready occurrence ofdouble decompositions; but it is of still moreimportance, as being the simplest and most
RM2AG152F–. Portraits of eminent Americans now living : with biographical and historical memoirs of their lives and actions. to advance some distance in front of the American line, totake possession of a logdiouse, situated between the two armies; theenemy advancing and firing, the company was ordered to set fire to thehouse and retreat, which order was executed. On coming out of, and a few paces from the house, Mr. Creys cap wastaken off, and two of his comrades knocked down by a rocket from theBritish. They, however, recovered, an<l he, between the fire of botharmies, with the balls whistling aroun
RM2AJ20AR–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . ought out in another place(cf. pp. 542 and 543). In some cases I have seen the wormscome to rest by simply stopping without any appreciable traceof the feeling movements, but this is not the usual pro-cedure. In coming to rest in one of the collections already men-tioned, the feeling movements are usually very well markcMl. 5G0 IfAYMOND TEAEL. There is a well-maiked tendency for tlie planarians studiedto come to vest in such a way that the long axis of the bodyforms a right angle, or nearly a right angle, with the linesof the force of gravitation. T
RM2AFT5T9–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. iiis, will) llic cNcipt idii of tlic ((Hiiiiiiclif. (> fi-diii M to 4) In lliccast. The Comanclie Vein dips 82^ oast, liaviiif? a width of from 7 to S feet.This vein lias been worked lliroufrli the Coniaiu-lie Sliaft to a deptli ofToO feet and has been the most ])rodiietive vein on IJlind Springs Ilill,liaving a reported i)rodiiction of $1,000,000. The present develojjment work is eonfined to the Kerriek Shaft onthe Diana-Kerriek Vein. The Diana Shaft is loeated loOO f
RM2AG61MM–. Quarterly journal of microscopical science. shorter than the base of the exopodite. Secondmaxillipedes with a rudimentary epipodite, but without anybranchiae. Third maxillipedes with reduced epipodite, dilatedand articulated at its base, with the mesopodite standing-forward and carrying the carpus on its internal face. Asingle pleurobranch : three pairs of swimmerets in the female.Blind. The antenna? cannot conceal themselves completelybeneath the rostrum (in Cymopolus they can). Species 1.—C. quadratus, A. Milne-Edwards. Bull. Mus.Comp. Zool., vol. viii, No. 1, p. 26 (1880). The characters
RM2AM366X–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . t what age and from what causedid he become deaf or blind? 4. Is his deafness or blindness total or partial? If the latter, whatis his degree of hearing or sight? 5. Have any attempts been made to remove his deafness or blind-ness? If so, what were the results? 42 THE INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND THE BLIND. 6. Are there any other cases of deafness, blindness, idiocy, or insan-ity in the family, or among the collateral branches of kindred? If so,state the relationship? 7. Was the
RM2AFNDRX–. Annual report of the regents of the university of the state of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto. 4.#^- EXPLANATION OF PLATES. 193* PLATES V & V A. EXPLANATIONS OF ADDITIONAL FIGURES. i^ Fio i^T ? PLATE V.CHEMUNG GROUP. DlCTrOPHTTON CONRADI. 2. The dorsal view, the narrower side on the exterior carve. The figure is two-thirds the natural size. DlCTYOPHYTON RUDE.8. A portion of the surface of a stem : natural size.. FigFigFio Fio Fio Pemphigaspis bulla^a. 8. The upper surface.,4. The lower surface. ,
RM2AFN0NX–. Journal d'agriculture pratique. dans toutle bassin de la Seine, ont passé rapidementdans les thalwegs et, malheureusement, lesflots ont coïncidé dans les divers affluents. De nombreuses maisons sont détruites par (2j Voir notre étude sur ces nappes et les Sources,dans le Journiil dAgriculture pratique de 1909,tome 1. les inondations, alors que de simples précau-tions de construction leur auraient permis derésister. Dans la banlieue de Paris, une foulede bicoques et dha/iilntionx à bon marchr sesont fifondrées en ruinant les pauvres habi-tants; ils étaient, en définitive, leurs propresassureu
RM2AKNEJC–Journal d'agriculture pratique . (. Addition de bouillon, capsulage. La boite est ensuite remplie de bouillonpar un orifice circulaire de 1 centimètre dediamètre, ménagé au milieu du couvercle. Laboîte est placée sur le plateau dune balance,on fait la tare, puis on verse 200 grammes debouillon concentré. Le bouillon doit êtremaintenu tiède; le refroidissement provoquesa prise en gelée. Le trou de remplisage est fermé par unepetite capsule de fer-blanc en forme de verrede montre. Les bords de cette capsule sappli-quent dans une rigole circulaire ; ils sontsoudés à létain fin. 7. Essai DÉTA^?c^
RM2ANECWN–Cham . Stéréo.-cope pour voir les diunes de pré.i.. Nouvelle bride. — Mettant le cheval d.ui^ limpossibilité doprendre le moiii aux dents. (
RM2AG5E0R–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. Figure /7 - D/agrdm ?sfyow/n^ emounfs of o/7 end wafer producec/ by cerfe/n we/Zs. to produce w^ater, which quickly increased in amount accompanied byan equally rapid decrease in the amount of oil. It will be noted thatthe other wells in the group later followed a similar course. This indi-cates that well IC is the source of the water trouble. Diagrams based only on the water percentage, such as Fig. 18, canbe more easily made and sometimes are sufficient to point out theorig
RM2AFT549–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. SOUTHERN COAST RANGE. 335 of the California station with this atriplex has led to renewed efforts ona large scale to increase its culture in its own country, and it nowseems, according to reports in the Australian agricultural publications,that some very extensive re-stocking of native pastures is going on. Four more seasons of trials of A. semibaccata have only served toemphasize its great value, if properly used. It is not a garden plant,nor will it thrive near the ocean; n
RM2AJ77WF–Manual of human histology . of their structurewill suffice. Thecapillary lymphatics, which, in the three situations in whichthey have hitherto been seen with certainty—in the small intes-tine, the tail of the Tadpole, and the mucous membrane of thetrachea—commence partly with free prolongations, in part in net-works. I have, in a single instance in the tracheal mucous mem-brane in Man, had an opportunity of investigation, and theywere found to consist of a delicate structureless wall, withoutdistinct nuclei after the addition of soda, and having a diameterof 0-003—0005—0Or (fig. 235). The same
RM2AFXE34–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. 132 REPORT OF STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE. birth, without the intervention of the male, to living young, and thismethod of propagation continues until the last generation of the season.The second generation grows to full size and gives birth to a third, whichbecomes wanged and develops after the hops have made considerablegrowth in the yards. The winged lice then fly from the plums to thehops, deserting the plum trees entirely and settling upon the leaves ofthe hops, where th
RM2AJBAPG–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the .. session of the Legislature of the State of California . ,000 57,000 48,000 42,00050,00043,0002,90035,200 107,000 11,00033,00017,500 2,000 $3,088,900 4,000 00 5,000 00 5,000 00126,880 00 90,000 0052,000 0035,100 00150,000 00410,355 0010,000 00 134,000 00 250,000 00 108,000 00 57,000 00 48,000 00 1.25 1.45 1.031.601.221.891.351.131.20 1.111.091.75 1.20 1.501.251.50 1.342.051.201.60 1.50tl.901.371.61)1.75 42,000 0060,000 0043,000 002,900 0035,200 00 107,000 005,000 0011,000 0033,000 0017,573 00 $87,042 75 2,000 00 3,175,942 75 -1.65 2.
RM2AGANF3–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. winze 200 feet deep in north drift. Idle. Mrs. Julia Sargent, ofJackson, owner. Seaton Mine (quartz). It is 1 mile east of Drytown. The vein isdistinguished hy a ma.«sive outcrop of quartz, occurring on the contactbetween the Mariposa slates on the west and diabase on the east. Thereis a shaft sunk on the vein to a depth of 950 feet, on an angle of 65°.Idle. A. Hay ward Estate, of San Francisco, owner. Shenandoah (Easton) Mine (quartz). It is 1^ miles northeast ofPlymouth. A
RM2AG5T94–. Quarterly journal of microscopical science. iving and preserved, according to the best methods, are supplied to theprincipal British Laboratories and Museums. Detailed price lists will be forwardedon application. TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP. Annual Members . . .£110 per annum. Life Members 15 15 0 Composition Fee. Founders 100 0 0 GoERNOR8 (Life Members of Council) 500 0 0 „ ,. Members have the following rights and privileges :—They elect annually theOfficers and Council j they receive the Journal free by post; they are admitted toview the Laboratory at any time, and may introduce friends witli the
RM2AN5BFK–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . G. OX > R.H.Bowen. del. On the Biology and Structure of the Larvaeof Hydrophilus caraboides L. ByE. N. Pavlovsky, 3I.D., D.Sc. Professor of Zoology at the Military Academy of Medicine, Petrograd. With Plate 27 and 16 Text-figures. In May 19LS I captured in the vicinity of Petrograd somecocoons of a hydrophilus beetle, one of which I kepi for breedingpurposes. On June 13 there emerged about fifty small larvaevery similar to Hydrophilus caraboides. These latterare characterized by the presence of a pair of lateral (pleural)appendages covered with a
RM2AMYYKE–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . come convinced that irrigation is profit-able and essential in the up-building of the section. But irrigation has ^In ascertaining the capacities of the various soils under observation in theinvestigation to retain irrigation water and the rates of percolation of the irrigationwater applied, it was necessary to make numerous technical studies which it is notdesirable to report in this bulletin. The ascertainment of the water-holding capaci-ties of the various soils and of the am
RM2AN5MYT–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . Quart. Journ.Micr.Sci. Vol.66, N.S.,PU6. # l *. ? * / m p
RM2AN6WYW–Journal of Asiatic Society of Bengal . thevery great durability of the basaltic rock as compared with the gra-nite of the Coromandel coast. We have no reason to believe thatthe umbrella-shaped summits of the temples, which for want of abetter term I have called chaityas, are otherwise than contempora-neous with the. rest of the temple; and they are of course equallyexposed to the spray and saline atmosphere : yet they appear per-fectly fresh and uninjured, while the granite has lost the whole ofits outer surface by gradual disintegration and exfoliation. I append two sketch plans to elucidate
RM2AN35D4–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . ef Causes. General or all other causes 34 Unknown 50 Total 84 1 .VJ Ui:i(Uvr OK 1NI>I STKIAL .(HinKNT COMMISSION, 9 TEMPORARY INJURIES WHERE THE INDUSTRY IS UNKNOWN. rime: l Monti.s .l:inu:n-y 1 to 1 ).Hrn>l.(M- :; 1, I.tl...Amounts Pnid in Compensation and Medical Benefits, by Chief Causes. C-iHMiil or all other niuscsIn known Totals -? (^MmpiiisatloM $50 0059 00 Meillciilhciients $109 00 $48 10$48 10 ii:,r,0 CO107 10 $157 10 9 TEMPORARY INJURIES IN WHICH THE INDUSTRY I
RM2AGA7F0–. Annual report of the regents of the university of the state of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto. PLATE III. [Assembly Fossils of the Trenton limestone. TRILOBITES. 1. murchisonia gracilis. 2. holopea paludin^formis. 3. Cameroceras trentonense (Orthoceras arcuoliratum). 4. Orthoceras vertebrale. 5. Trinucleus concentricus, detached head (p. 47). 6. Dalmania, detached central part of head. 7. Ceraurus pleurexanthemus, detached head ; cheeks gone. 8. Calymene senaria, entire, bjit distorted. 9. Ill^nu
RM2AGBW2K–. The progressive drawing-book : containing a series of easy and comprehensive lessons for drawing landscape, architecture, the human figure, shipping, and animals, &c. without the aid of a master : also, a complete treatise on perspective, with nearly three hundred engravings. 21
RM2ANDN2J–Cham . — Toujfiuis à me donner des galops. tJi jétais àla Chambre, il ny a pas de danper! I,a parole luimanque <piaMd il est là-dedans :. — Je dine ici, je <MUilie ici ; je ne sors pas quonnait validé mon élcctiun! On naurait quA ne pas.me laisser ren;rer.
RM2AFW65A–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. Oil treated rock surfacing between Colfax and Gold Run in Placer County.. Multiple box culvert on State Highway In Merced County DIVISION OP HIGHWAYS 95 4. When necessary to cut a tree, the cut is made flush with the p:roun(l.Existing? stumps, except redwood and others of hirge diameter, aretreated in a simihir manner. 5. Ferns, flowers and moss growth on the cut bank and along thehighway, except where tliey present a distinct fire hazard, are dis-turbed as little as possible
RM2ANBDYX–Cham . — Nous sommes tous les deux braves; tous étiei am pre-miers coups de canon de cette campagne, et moi aux der-niers que lon a tirés aux Invalides pour la clore. — Si javais pu tant seulement aller en Crimée pour aoirla médaille, au lieur de rester au dépSt!.
RM2AKN84G–Journal d'agriculture pratique . ions, et parlant plus chère, il nest pasmoins incontestable que le personnel est de-venu aussi plus éclairé et plus apte à maint?travaux minutieux. Il devrait surtout se rap-peler que. parmi les productions agricoles,les pommes h cidre, dont le prix na cessé de saccroître depuis une trentaine dannées,sont au nombre de celles qui rémunèrent leplus facilement aujourdhui, et que la recettede la quantité ayant échappé aux méfaits desanthonomes dépasserait de beaucoup la dé-pense occasionnée pour les combattre : lan-thonomage complet du pommier est doncaussi nécessa
RM2AFTDR3–. Annual report of the regents of the university of the state of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto. Fig.19. Fig. 18. Scale 1 mclitoih.eFoot. V) v.. ! - r i . ? - I r 1 .?..;d V-C - :f< :. 1 t. .3i - ; 1 g^^i^if E -| It. .• •-^sil - ? : F < * .:, / Scale %mch to the foot. Wooden. Implements EXPLANATION OF PLATE VI. Fig. 21. Ground plan of old Mandan Village. 22. Ground plan of Mandan House. 23. Cross section of Mandan House. 24. Front elevation of Mandan House. 25. Drying-scaffold. ytate .Mix
RM2AM6T5K–Elements of chemistry : including the applications of the science in the arts . s are intro-duced at the top on removing a lid C, and afterdescending through the tube are allowed to fallinto a cistern of water F, in which the cyanide ofpotassium is found dissolved. The pipes I and Jdip into water, to intercept ammonia or any othervolatile product. Cyanogen is a salt-radical, and unites with allthe metals, as chlorine and iodine do, forming a class of cyanides. It also combines with hydrogen and forms a hydrogen-acid, namely,hydrocyanic or prussic acid. Cyanogen properly belongs to organic chem
RM2AM2JDD–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . and capture thelarvae under bands, as hasbeen practiced for years.It is essential to procurethe best of paris greenand, before using it, have it tested as to its purity. Another veryimportant point is the application of the poison in as fine a sprayas possible, and never drench the trees, as the surplus will drop off thetrees and carry theparis green, which isheavy and settles read-ily, with it. Mr. George Com-pere, who is at presentengaged in the searchfor parasites for thister
RM2AFTMPM–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. e analysis shows that the soil is rich in each of the elenients ofplant-foKotah, lime, phosphoric acid, and humus--and he per-LnUge oFea^h is somewhat ahove that of the average of the soils of theState. ARROYO GRANDE VALLEY. The valley of Arroyo Grande, in the southern part of San LuisObispo County! is noted among seedsmen of the United States as being ^a;aK P^^^^^^ vegetable seeds of --^-^ .-,t^^^^rn s3 wAr, nriyes offered by one of the prominent firms of the liastern femes
RM2AFW4YC–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. 830 63 Equipment upkeep— Repair of equipment $656,413 51 $655,890 80 Transfer of equipment 21,502 77 25,275 84 U. S. Government materials.- I,*.t28 91* 2,033 79 Salvage 1.725 13 3,166 76* Stores adjustment 11,752 65 25,791 77 Stores expense 2,403 80 1,485 21 Shop expense 11,055 60* 1,700 00» Equipment research 590 03 1,254 86 Total $681,403 38 $706,865 51 Total operating coata $841,861 25 $870,696 14 Equipment depreciation 700,963 17 639.892 93 Total equipment expense 1.542,8
RM2AG51GM–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. ST MILL PRODUCTS. (5 establishments reporting.)Los Angeles. Male Female Number of employees.Salaried:Officers, superintendents and managers 15 3716 Clerks, stenographers, salesmen, etc.:18 years of age and over 12 Under 18 years of age 5 Totals 68 17 Wage earners:18 years of age and over 986 8 Under 18 years of age Totals 104 8 Salary and wage payments—annual:Officers, superintendents and managers.. Clerks, stenographers, salesmen, etc Wage earners (
RM2AJAJNJ–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the .. session of the Legislature of the State of California . ive and seventeen years ofage-White—Bovs Girls Total. Negro—BovsGirls. Total. Indian—Boys ..Girls.. Total. Mongolian—Boys.Girls. Total Total number of school census children. Ni;imber of children between five and seventeen years ofage attending— Public schools Private schools No school (includes a large number between five andsix years, the legal school age) Total Number of children under five yearsof age-White Negro Indian Mongolian. Total Nativity of all children— Native-born
RM2AJ7TTE–Manual of human histology . approach the masses from one, but always frommany sides, and are also supported and partially united byconnective tissue, form, if not complete, at all events partialzones around them. [The livers of those animals which present lobes (PolarBear, /. Muller, Pig), are of the greatest value in compre-hending the structure of the organ and I therefore here subjoinan account of the structure of the Pig^s liver. If we examinethis organ in sections or otherwise, it is always seen to bedivided into numerous small, rounded, polygonal,not very regularareas of tolerably unifor
RM2AFT76M–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. Fig. 8. Mission Olive of California. (Single Olive Natural Size.]. Fig. 9. Sevillano Olive. (Natural Size.) at the end of thirty-two months the unheated olives were in most casesactually lighter-colored than those which had been heated. Experiments in Pickling Green Olives.—A series of experimentsmade at this Station shows that it is possible to produce green pickledolives which will retain their color for at least twelve months by the11—uc 302 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA—p:XPER
RM2ANA6D9–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . d4p-^^3<d52Ji4^«=«dP=;dE-l?ids52H4H35.3 >§=> M:c:cxC-SM:Kv;y: — - — — ;.;Zx^ — — ^r- — — — — -/.Z — — ^i — S5>SZi Year of or-ganization. odSuSdojSiE^? 5—.i: 5*7353555^tri5 — ^^^^^t^-^-^ — ^- — -^oco^^^?rt:c»Dt-ooot-^-xa>coxxxa;xa?xxQO^oy^a:>:ccc30x^xocxxccx:cxocxa;oox»a^^o CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMMISSIONER. 21. ^^^oSHfHHs^WHiS-i(3K^HaJEHMdSS^^dS6^^OH^BHi^MK^
RM2AG6309–. Quarterly journal of microscopical science. Fig. 3.—Boreomysis scypliops, G. 0. Sars. Adult female,1900 fathoms. No ommalidia. The ocular peduncles are con-verted into cup-like plates. Sars, Schizopoda, pi. xxxii, fig. i.. Yw. 4.—Petalophthalmus armifrer. Willem. Suhm. Male,X 4. 2500 fathoms. No ommalidia. The ocular peduncles areconverted into mobile leaflets. Sars, Schizopoda, pi. xxxii,fiff. 1. Apart from these interesting cases in the Schizopoda, themodification of the eyes in deep-sea decapod Crustacea is nowrecognised as a very freqnent occurrence. The degree ofdegeneration of the opti
RM2AWGWF2–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . Public school, No. 153, New York. C. B. J. Snyder, Supt- of School Buildings. This is one of the best arrangements of AvindoAvs. Note that thelight enters from only one side of a room, and the windows are so closetogether that the piers between them do not east heavy shadows.. Public school, No. 127, Brooklyn, N. Y. C. B. J. Snyder, Supt. of School Buildings. Another good piece of work by the same man. A well-lighted building.A pit}^ it is so high. Stairways are a curse to growi
RM2AX494X–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . ..Second First ....Finst .Second....First prize,prize,prize,prize. prize,prize. .Second prize. .....First•Second .....First.Second prize,prize. prize,prize. ...First prize. 71 (.«rl-) 562 Tbansactions or the AWARD OF PREMIUMS AT AUTUMN EXHIBITION, 1873. CLASS 1—PLANTS. Articles. Flowerinsf plants, in bloom Australian evergreens Conitlrie Greenhouse and conservatory i)iants Greenhouse and conservatory plants Greenhouse and conservatory jilant? Hardy ornamental foliage plants Tend
RM2ANADRX–Cham . UNE REPRÉSENTATION DE Mccica. — Au lieu de regarder madame Rislori, lu regardes laflgure de ce monsieur qui chI au balcon? — Cest un Italien, alori je clierriic 1 lire sur sa llguri sicest beau ce que lon dit sur la sicne, ne comprenant pasluoi-mCme la langue. — Tu nas obtenu quun accessit aux prix Véronî — Oui, ma clièrc, et on ma donné une boite de pastilirtdiptiacuanlia: COLLECTION DES ALRIMS COJIIOIES [ FRWC PAR CHAM PROWi:%OK« » I.KPO«ITIO.r(Ki«» LHI^I.K. riKi% i.°KTt:. p%Ki«t »i pbi>;teiipi» 4 i.*t unys vtHiv.yH.j.ntnwviKK ii.LiMTmK:t:. I (i.i M»niKK. Sll.tll4.0UII^. OI
RM2AN3DKB–American missionary memorial : including biographical and historical sketches . en enabled to givethemselves to Christ, and that we shall meet with our departedmother in heaven. Here some interruption occurred, and thesubject was not resumed. Thus, at the age of thirty-three years, was this eminent mis-sionary suddenly dismissed from his labors, and called home tohis reward. Having commenced the great work of publishingthe Gospel in the land where the glad tidings of salvation werefirst proclaimed—having sounded from the hill of Zion thetrumpet-note of preparation to awaken the Church to the g
RM2AWG8W9–On coral reefs and islands . v,-. HENUAKE Or HONDEX. TAIAHA. Taiara and Henuake, (figs. 1 and 2,) are two small belts offoliage, somewhat similar to Maraki. Henuake possessed an ad-ditional charm in being tenanted only by birds ; and they were sotame that we took them from the trees as if they had been theirflowers. GENERAL FEATURES OF CORAL ISLANDS. 2S 3. 4. swains island.
RM2AM31P2–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . ttle ladybird was introduced from Australia by Mr. GeorgeCompere for the State Board of Horticulture. It was found to be veryeffective in checking the spread of the pest, and has been generallyestablished in California. 90 REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF HORTICULTURE. Rhizohms debelis. This is another one of the introduced species ofladybirds which we owe to Australia. It is a scale-feeder and has beenvery generally distributed in the State. Cryptolxvius montrouzeri. (Fig. 5.) Thi
RM2AFM7RG–. Journal d'agriculture pratique. mortier, adhérence des pierres au mortier,iniluence du nombre des assises et de lanature des pierres, etc.). Toutes choses égalesdailleurs, on sait quun mur doit être dau-tant plus épais quil est plus élevé et quil estplus long, quil nest pas relié à dautresmurs parallèles ou perpendiculaires, quil estexposé à plus de fatigues par la charge, lesébranlements, les trépidations, etc. Aussi, enpratique, on adopte des épaisseurs à peu prèsconstantes pour chaque nature de matériauxà mettre en œuvre. Le parement intérieur dun mur dédificeest généralement monté daplom
RM2AFTD28–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. Considered culturally, the chirt of 1888 btraiet^^^arfed^f^Sralk:?^ ^fc-^ ^- ^ ^^^niinfall, was successfullygfolf ona golralTtrs-li^ih? aSBut wheat, and sometimes all cereals, failed on themed um a k.lP 208 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA—EXPERIMENT STATION. Partial Reclamation in 2S95.-Chart 4 Alkali spots in 1893 partlyreclaimed shows two things plainly: the beginning of a rise of alkaldue to several wet seasons, and the gradual amelioration of the worstareas by cultivation and th
RM2AG5C86–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. kC n. /fdsorber ML ^S. /Adsorber n B 6pr3y /Jbsorber H -u FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. 231 mercury on the U gauge. One hundred feet of gas is usually sufficientfor a test. At the end of the operation, the oil in the absorber is carefully meas-ured. One liter is taken as a distillation sample and distillation madein small laboratory still by means of live steam. The gasoline vaporsdriven off are condensed from a small coil cooled preferably by icewater, and the Mineral Seal remains in
RM2AFXJ5F–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. - district are also ^rivm accorditipio the authorities cited. Local conditions wliicli may alTi-ct the traflie <tver thi- Carfpiiney.Uriil^re are : The development of the approach roads. The j)roi)o.sed AmericanCanyon cut-otT, shortening the distance to the Sacramento Valley by fivemiles, or the possible reconstruction of the hi^rhway south of Ho<l«o whichwill shnrtm ihr- distance to Oakland by about two and one-half miles,shnnbl stimulate traflie ov.-r the brid«re. A b
RM2ANE76F–Cham . — .le Ild-r »^ linT CIS lirll S-l,! ! — cest coiniiie SI lu del-,u;^ai^ Imi irinre, nisl-celias vrai ? rr (|iii il du vavuir-vivre, et qui sait ce ijue londoit aux daiiiis.. Excellent procédé pour habiller peu:! peu 1«Parisiensà affronter les dangers de la chasse au lion. Un clia?-cur ùk- la li-iiiviii . i. ? iMiit d. ec lUnlsrésultats en chargeant son arme aveC de la poudraà gratter.
RM2AKMBTW–Accounts...1853-55 . 127 1,557,413 3,108,224 77 1,220,693 893,573 283,349 Cords.2,996f. Tons Culled and Measured or Measuredin shipping order. 5.77023 tons do do 7727 tons do do per 100 pieces do do per 100 pieces do do 24 inches and upwards, each do do 19 to 24 inches, each do do 12 to 19 inches, each do do 19 to 24 inches, eachdo do 12 to 19 inches, each do do 12 to 19 inches, each ....do do 1,434m. 2c. Oq. 5p.,per milledo do 2,590m. lc. 3q. 14p., dodo do 0m. Oc. 2q. I7p., do Gulled, 1,348,9289 standard, per 100 standardCounted off, per 100 pieces .... Culled and Counted off, per 100 pieces
RM2AN8HN1–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . nt. Sec. 14. The principal of the school shall be responsible for all public propertysupplied to said cadet companies, and shall supervise the proper care thereof. Sec. 15. Each and every board of high school trustees, board of education, countysuperintendent of schools, and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, are.and each is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed to facilitate the purposes ofthis act, by cooperating with The Adjutant (ieneral of the state. Sec.
RM2AKNXN7–Journal d'agriculture pratique . nde debuffle, 32 fr. les 100 kilogr. ; Viande boucanéeaméricaine, 42 fr. les 100 kilogr. Vous pouvez demander ces différents produitsà la droguerie Renault aine, 36, rue du Roi-de-.Sicile à Paris (4° arrondissement). E. T. .E PEUPLIER DE PEKIN LE PEUPLIER DE PÉKIN Cest en janvier 1897 que ce Peuplier fut | peu facile du genre Populus. Xous appelle- introduit de Chine en France par le R. P. Pro- j rons cette nouvelle espècePopuhis pekinensis, vost, missionnaire à Pékin. lien existait de- du nom de la localité doùelle fut envoyée, puis longtemps des échantillons
RM2AMYN07–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . all ofthe fruits raised in Cali-fornia are grown commercially to more or less extent in this project. The total depth of water applied in 1914, as indicated in tablesNos. 9 and 10, is greater than that applied in 1913, due to a largersupply being available. The yields were larger in 1914 than in 1913,due both to this increased supply and probably also to the very muchlarger rainfall in 1914. The widest variation in relation between theamount of water applied and the crop yield o
RM2AG5HHW–. Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California. 48 STATE OIL AND GAS SUPERVISOR. T.32S..R.24E..M.D.M. - Kern County.. T. 1 S. ,R.14Y/:. 33. M. - Los Angeles County.
RM2AWKDHW–Autobiography of an English soldier in the United States armyComprising observations and adventures in the States and Mexico . at. THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA IRVINE Gift ofTHK HONNOI.I) LIHRARY Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2008 with funding from IVIicrosoft Corporation www.archive.org/details/autobiographyofeOOball
RM2AFNB4P–. Annual report of the regents of the university of the state of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto. 16..
RM2AM2CN5–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . he yellow mite (Fig. 26), holdsfull sway and can only be kept in checkby the application of dry sulphur or bya sulphide of potash spray. Orange Mites (Tetranychus mytilaspi-dis and T. sexmaculatus). (Fig. 25.)These species have been reported fromseveral sections as doing considerabledamage to young citrus trees. In somesections they can always be found inlimited quantities only, especially wherefumigation or spraying is generallypracticed, but they become a very seri-ous pest if
RM2AGARWP–. The progressive drawing-book : containing a series of easy and comprehensive lessons for drawing landscape, architecture, the human figure, shipping, and animals, &c. without the aid of a master : also, a complete treatise on perspective, with nearly three hundred engravings. fi7.
RM2AN67TC–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . nce of a surface layer (Traubemembrane) which is automatically formed when protoplasmcomes into contact with water, and that the blastomeres failto fuse with each other just as oil-drops fail to fuse togetherif they are shaken in smaller drops in the presence of a soapor any similar substance which can form a condensation layerat the surface of the oil. The conclusion reached is that division of the cell is broughtabout by the elongation of one axis of the cell, and that thecleavage furrow results as an equilibrium between this processand the normal
RM2AN2AH4–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . ained by driving down green willow stakes at close intervals overthe mattre-ss. A description of the rivei* work executed during the two years justpassed, follows: SACRAMENTO RIVER. CroucJi Lanfliiifj. This ])()int. known also as Howers Kanch, continuesto give concern to the landowners adjacent. Erosion of the bankaround a sharp bend of the river has moved that bank several hundredfeet iidand. washing away many acres of valuabb^ land. Several attempts have been made to ariest th
RM2ANC627–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ..session of the Legislature of the State of California . ixed on the tray, with the result ofsome trees receiving the dosages scheduled for other trees. Anotherillustration: When the dosage for a row of trees is measured out, apencil mark is usually drawn through this row on the dosage plat toshow that it has been fumigated. A mistake of failing to cross off arow, or crossing off an extra row by mistake, would throw out the dosagefor the remainder of the orchard. Such cases have been known tooccur. PROCEEDINGS OP THIRTY-FIFTH FRUIT-GR
RM2AN64RR–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . tion through thehead. The structure is referred to below. The infra-cerebral organs appear in dissections to hang fromthe supra-oesophageal ganglion by short stalks. In seel ions.however, they appear more closely attached. The differencein appearance is due to the transparency of the suspendingmembrane which is the structureless, almost non-staining,sheath of the ganglion. In Peripatoides occidentalisthere is generally a region that one might term the peduncle,within which are a few scattered nuclei and a small numbei 412 WILLIAM J. DAKIN of delicat
RM2AN3CD5–American missionary memorial : including biographical and historical sketches . rst modern missionary who visited the HolyLand. In his life ardent, devoted, and uncompromising; inhis death placid as the summers lake, and full of glory. Thelife of such men is like the dew of Hermon, and the dew thatdescended from the mountains of Zion—their memories fra-grant as the breath of heaven. The Christian Spectator, inreferring to the death of Mr. Parsons, gives the following veryjust tribute to his memory : Mr. Parsons was greatly beloved,and is greatly lamented. He was a very devoted Christian,of hig
RM2AG1FFK–. Portraits of eminent Americans now living : with biographical and historical memoirs of their lives and actions. ses all without woundingany; quickness at repartee; an inexhaustible fund of anecdote, relatingto matters and things and persons, within his own recollection; greatgeneral information and power of graphic delineation ; all united withthe manners and bearing of a thorough gentleman, render him at oncethe ornament, as well as the favorite of social life. An evening spentwith him, when he is in one of his best colloquial moods, is an event tobe remembered. Mr. Marcy is now near the a
RM2AJJX2T–Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the .. session of the Legislature of the State of California . Second Aunual Report of the Chief Executive Viticultural Officer to the Board of State Viticultural Commissioners.2âAnnual Report of the State Board of Horticultureâ1883.3âFirst Annual Report of the State Board of Silk Culture.4âFirst Biennial Report of the State Board, of Silk Culture. 5âBiennial Report of the Commissioners of Fisheries for the State of California.6âBiennial Report of the Commissioners to Manage the Yosemite Valley and Marij)osa Big Tree Grove.7âBiennial Repor
RM2AN6CF1–Quarterly journal of microscopical science . andspecialized processus maxillaris or gnathobase. Theirexopodites or outer branches lie over, that, is ventral to. (liesucceeding limits, and their function is probably merely toassisl by their oar-like movements in maintaining the food-Btream. The gnathobasea point inwards and are beset withae wined point inwards and almost meet in the middle line.On each gnathobase there are ten Betae. The posterior sevenpoint backwards while the anterior three point forwards. They Q - •222 H. GRAHAM CANNON are numbered in Text-fig. 2 from behind forwards. Xo. 1