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Fishery Bulletin 7(1) Contents

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VII
Explanation of Illustrations

1
Moore, Thomas J.
Report on a successful attempt to introduce living soles to America

7
Bissell, John H.
The Canadian and American Fisheries of the Great Lakes

11
Southwell, Thomas
Notes on the seal and whale fishery of 1880

16
Smith, Everett
Results of planting shad in the Kennebec River

17
Chambers, W. Oldham
American fish cultivated by the Nation Fish-Culture Association of England

20
Brakeley, John H.
Rapid growth of carp due to abundance of food

21
Mather, Fred
Brown trout in America

22
Ruge, J. G.
The sponge fisheries of Florida

24
Mowat, Thomas
Statistics of the fisheries of the Province of British Columbia for 1886

25
U. S. Congress
An act for securing statistics of the extent and value of the vessel fisheries of the United States

28
Smiley, Charles W.
Loch Leven trout introduced in the United States

33
Smiley, Charles W.
Notes upon fish and the fisheries

49
Dunn, Horace D.
Fish-culture on the Pacific Coast

51
Statistique des Pêches Maritimes
Sea fisheries of France and Algeria in 1885

55
Maynard, H. J.
Rainbow trout in the southwestern Missouri

56
Dunn, Horace D.
Salmon not injured by catfish

57
Redding, Joseph D.
Causes of the decrease of salmon in the Sacramento River

58
McIntosh, Professor
The eggs of fishes

63
Hamilton, W. R.
Croaking of the perch

64
Clark, Frank N.
Whitefish distributed from Northville and Alpena Stations

65
Stone, Livingston
Best season for packing salmon on the Pacific Coast

66
Wilcox, W. A.
The fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., in January, 1887, with notes on those of other localities

68
Wilcox, W. A.
The fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., in February, 1887, with notes on those of other localities

70
Wilcox, W. A.
The fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., in March, 1887, with notes on those of other localities

71
Wilcox, W. A.
Notes on the frozen-herring trade with Newfoundland and the Bay of Fundy during the winter of 1886-1887

73
Wilcox, W. A.
The fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., in April, 1887, with notes on those of other localities

76
Wilcox, W. A.
The fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., in May, 1887, with notes on those of other localities

78
Wilcox, W. A.
The fisheries of Gloucester, Mass., in June, 1887, with notes on those of other localities

81
Hinckelmann, Mr.
Injuries to the fisheries in the Baltic by seals

83
Smith, James A.
Report on the shad work of the steamer Fish Hawk during the season of 1887

90
Layet, Alexandre
Experimentel hygiene. Observations on the red flesh of the codfish

95
Ravenel, W. de C.
Report of operations at the shad hatching station on Battery Island, near Havre de Grace, Md., during the season of 1887

101
Von Oterendorp, C. G.
A visit to the chief fishing places of Jutland

105
McDonald, Marshall
Report of shad distribution for 1887

109
Cocks, Alfred Heneage
The finwhale fishery on the Lapland coast in 1886

111
Hamlen, William
Report on the shad work of the steamer Halcyon during the season of 1887

112
Chalker, Robert B.
Catch of shad in Connecticut for 1887

113
Rognerud, Carl
Hatching cod in Norway

120
Thorarinsson, Bened. S.
Notes on the hatcheries and fresh-water fisheries of Iceland

127
Collins, J. W.
Notes on the use of squid for food in the United States

128
Collins, J. W.
Note on the occurrence of mackerel off the coast of Florida

129
Bean, Tarleton H.
Report on the fishes observed in Great Egg Harbor Bay, New Jersey, during the summer of 1887

155
Tanner, Z. L.
Report of the movements and operations of the Fish Commission steamer Albatross from September 15 to 20, 1887

159
Mowat, Thomas
Statistics of the fisheries of the Province of British Columbia for the year 1887

160
Nye, Willard, Jr.
Notes on the fisheries of Buzzard's Bay and vicinity

161
Earll, R. Edward, and Hugh M. Smith
The American sardine industry in 1880

193
Worth, S. G.
The striped bass or rock fish industry of Roanoke Island, North Carolina, and vicinity

197
Ravenel, W. de C.
Information bearing upon the artificial propagation of mullet

202
Jordan, David S.
Note on the occurrence of the Opha (Lampris guttatus) on the Grand Banks

203
Mason, Frank, II.
Self-reproducing food for young fish

207
Raveret-Wattel, C.
The piscicultural establishment at Gremaz (Ain), France

211
Muntadas, F.
Report on the piscicultural establishment of Piedra, Aragon, Spain

215
Duclos, Gilbert
American silver perch or calico bass

216
Bean, Tarleton H.
A hybrid between the lake trout and brook trout

217
Collins, D. E., T. H. Bean, and Richard Rathbun
Results of investigations by the schooner Grampus, on the southern mackerel grounds in the spring of 1887

267
Earll, R. Edward
Notes on certain fishery industries of Eastport, Me., in 1886

274
Seal, William P.
The Aquarium. A brief exposition of its principles and management

283
Seal, William P.
The keeping of salmonidæ for purposes of exhibition

285
Seal, William P.
An inquiry as to the proper methods for the care of living things held for popular amusement and instruction, or for purposes of biological research

289
Collins, J. W.
The beam-trawl fishery of Great Britain, with notes on beam-trawling in other European countries, etc.

409
Mather, Fred
Report upon the results of salmon planting in the Hudson River

425
Collins, J. W.
Some reasons why the fishermen of Nova Scotia prefer to use salt clams (Mya arenaria) for bait in the bank hand-line cod fisheries

429
Dresslar, Fletcher B., and Bert Fesler
A review of the mackerels (Scombrinæ) of America and Europe

447
Collins, J. W.
Statistics respecting certain features of the vessel fisheries of the United States

465
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