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Fishery Bulletin 17(1) Contents

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Explanation of Illustrations

1
Gilbert, Charles H.
Fishes of the Klamath River Basin

15
Evermann, Barton Warren, and Seth Eugene Meek
Salmon investigations in the Columbia River Basin and elsewhere on the Pacific Coast in 1896

85
Smith, Hugh M.
Fishes found in the vicinity of Woods Hole

113
Smith, Hugh M.
Salmon fishery of Penobscot Bay and River in 1895 and 1896

125
Evermann, Barton W., and William C. Kendall
Descriptions of new or little-known genera and species of fishes from the United States

135
Brice, John J.
The work of the United States Fish Commission from December 1, 1896, to November 3, 1897

141
Alexander, A. B.
Notes on the halibut fishery of the northwest coast in 1896

145
Proceedings and papers of the National Fishery Congress, separated by article

169
Reighard, Jacob
Methods of plankton investigation in their relation to practical problems

177
Bumpus, H. C.
The importance of extended scientific investigation

181
Meek, Seth E.
The utility of a biological station on the Florida Coast in its relation to the commercial fisheries

185
Taylor, W. Edgar
Establishment of a biological station on the Gulf of Mexico

189
Sigerfoos, Charles P.
Some notes on American shipworms

193
Linton, Edwin
An economical consideration of fish parasites

201
Evermann, Barton W.
The fish fauna of Florida

209
Surface, H. A.
The lampreys of Central New York

217
Herrick, Francis H.
The protection of the lobster fishery

225
Smith, Hugh M.
The Florida commercial sponges

241
Wilson, H. V.
On the feasibility of raising sponges from the egg

247
Cheney, A. Nelson
The Hudson River as a salmon stream

253
Henshall, James A.
A pleas for the development and protection of Florida fish and fisheries

257
James, Bushrod W.
International protection for denizens of the sea and waterways

265
Stevenson, Charles H.
The restricted inland range of shad due to artificial obstructions and its effect upon natural reproduction

273
Munroe, Ralph M.
The green turtle, and the possibilities of its protection and consequent increase on the Florida Coast

275
Moore, H. F.
Some factors in the oyster problem

285
Swift, Franklin
The oyster-grounds of the west Florida Coast; their extent, condition, and peculiarities

289
Ruge, John G.
The oyster and oyster-beds of Florida

297
Zacharie, F. C.
The Louisiana oyster industry

305
Smeltz, H. A.
The oyster-bars of the West Coast of Florida; their depletion and restoration

309
Detwiler, John Y.
Notes on the fishing industry of eastern Florida

313
Kibbe, I. P.
Oysters and oyster-culture in Texas

315
Stranahan, J. J.
The methods, limitations, and results of whitefish culture in Lake Erie

321
Kunz, George F.
A brief history of the gathering of fresh-water pearls in the United States

331
Warren, Andrew F.
The red-snapper fisheries; their past, present, and future

337
Stone, Livingston
Some scattering reminiscences of the early days of fish-culture in the United States

345
Meehan, W. E.
The relations between State Fish Commissions and Commercial Fisherman

349
Cobb, John N.
Possibilities for an increased development of Florida's fishery resources

353
Moore, J. Percy
The utility and methods of mackerel propagation

363
Sharp, John
The large-mouthed black bass in Utah

369
Willson, J. M., Jr.
Florida fur-farming

373
Kunz, George F.
The fresh-water pearls and pearl fisheries of the United States

427
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