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Variations in individuals of the same schools
44
Rate of growth of young fish
45
Rate of growth of fish during their sojourn on the northern coast
46
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SECTION N MENFADEN AND OTHER FISH AND THEIR PRODUCTS AS RELATED TO AGRICULTURE
23
Statement of David F Loring Cape Cod lightstation North Truro Mass February
24
Color and other minor characteristics 47 Color of northern fish 48 Color of southern fish 43 Axillary appendages
33
Internal organs 51 The strainer in the mouth of the menbaden 52 The accessory branchial organ 53 The alimentary canal
34
The swim bladder SECTION D GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION AND THE MOVEMENTS OT TIIE SCHOOLS 11 Geographical range
35
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Limits of range of Brevoortia tyrannus in 1877
56
Southern limit of range
57
Oceanic limits of range
58
The alleged occurrence of the true menbaden in the Gulf of Mexico
59
Range of other species of the genus
60
The alleged occurrence of a menhaden on the west coast of North America
61
The arrival and departures of the schools 62 Causes influencing arrival and departure
62
Material on hand for determining dates
63
Review of the dates of movement upon the entire coast
64
Stay of the schools on the coast of Florida
65
Stay on the coast of Georgia and South Carolina 67 Stay on the coast of North Carolina
66
Stay on the coast of Virginia and Chesapeake
68
Stay in Delaware
69
Stay on the coast of New Jersey
70
Stay at the eastern end of Long Island 8 ID
71
Stay in Long Island Sound
72
Stay in Block Island Sound
73
Mr Dudleys account of the movements of the schools on the coast of Eastern Con necticut
74
Stay in Narragansett
75
Stay in Martbas Vineyard Sound
76
Tablo showing dates of appearance of menbaden at Waquoit Weir 185972
78
Stay of the schools on the south shore of Cape
79
Stay in Cape Cod
80
Stay about Cape
81
Stay in the Gulf of Maine
82
Mr Maddocks account of the movements of the schools on the coast of Maine
83
Migrations See also Appendix F 84 Migrations of fishes in general and the causes
84
The influence of ocean temperatures upon the movements of the menhaden
85
General considerations as to the winter retreat of summer fishes
86
The theory of hibernation of sea fishes discussed with special reference to
87
The theory of extended migrations discussed with special reference to the mackerel
88
The arguments against extended migrations of the menhaden
89
The hypothesis of the oceanic sojourn of tho menhadon
90
A criticism of Rimbauds classification with a new classification by habits of east coast fishes
91
The movements of the schools of menhaden 92 Habits of the schooling fish
92
Movements of the schools to and from the surface
93
THE MESHADEN FISHERIES
113
23 1875
115
SECTION G REPRODUCTION OF THE MERHADEN
126
SECTION K THE MENHADEN AS A SOURCE OF FOODContinued
137
Estimate of the annual consumption of menhaden bait
149
Conflicts between bait fishermen and manufacturers of oil
155
SECTION H THE ENEMIKS AND FATALITIES OF THE MENHADEN
159
The factory of Judson Torr Co
171
The factory of Joseph Church Co
172
The factory at Napeague N Y
173
The model of the factory of Joseph Church Co
174
Organization of the fishing gangs
176
Mr Goodales improved method for extracting the oil
177
Proposed chemical method
178
Prices proportionato to amount of oil to be obtained from the fish
180
The fisherman and the relation of the fisheries to the population of the neighboring shores
181
Oilyield of southern fish
183
Statistics of the manufacture of oil and guano
184
Returns for the United States
187
Comparative yield of oil from the menbaden and whale fisheries
190
The associations of oil and guano manufacturers See also Appendices L and M
191
The markets for menhaden oil
192
Reviews of the market for individual years
193
SECTION N MENIIADEN AND OTHER FISH AND THEIR PRODUCTS AS RELATED TO AGRICULTURE By W 0 Atwater S90 also Appendix 0
194
Menhaden in a fresh state used as a fertilizer
195
Use at beginning of present century and later
196
Use at present day
200
Statements of Professor Cook of New Jersey
205
Other testimony
208
nanufacture in Rhode Island
209
Manufacture in Canada
210
Early manufacture in France
212
Early manufacture in England
213
APPENDIX H List of manufacturers of menhaden oil and guano Compiled by Mr Jasper
296
Proceedings of the United States Menhaden Oil and Guano Association
358
Annual reports of menladen oil and guano manufacturers in the State of Maino
368
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APPENDIX N Statements of correspondentsContinued
373
THE TREATY OF WASHINGTOX
396
Statement of Josiah Hardy 2d Chatham Mass February 17 1874 and January
410
Statement of Alonzo Y Lothrop Hyannis Mass February 18 1874 and January
412
Statement of William S Allen Nantucket Mass January 1875
413
Statement of R C Kenney Nantucket Mass January 21 1874
414
Statement of C B Marchant collector of customs Edgartown Mass January
416
Statement of Jason Luce Co North Tisbury Mass January 6 1875
417
Statement of Luce Brothers East Lymo December 4 1877
418
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425
Statement of J S Crandall Watch Hill R I February 20 1874 and January
427
Statement of William H Potter Mystio River Conn January 27 1874
428
Statement of John Washington Mystic Conn December 30 1874
430
Statement of Leander Wilcox Mystic Bridge Conn January 15 1875
431
Statement of Samuel C Beebe Cornfield Point lightvessel No 12 Saybrook Conn Jaonary 6 1875
432
Statement of R E Ingham Saybrook lighthonse Saybrook Conn March 17 1874
433
Statement of J L Stokes Westbrook Conn February 25 1875
435
Statement of B Lillingston Stratford Conn February 23 1874
437
Statement of W S Havens Sag Harbor N Y January 1 1875
441
Statement of Hawkins Brothers Jamesport N Y February 25 1875
443
Statement of Benjamin H Sisson Greenport R I January 29 1874
445
Statement of David G Vail River Head Long Island March 20 1875
447
Statement of Joseph Whaley Point Judith light Point Judith R I December
449
Statement of A G Wolf Absecom light Atlantic City N J March 6 1874
450
Statement of Albert Morris Somers Point N J January 12 1875
451
Statement of D E Foster Cape May lighthouse N J February 15 1875
453
Statement of James H Bell Mispillion River Delaware Bay January 23 1875
454
Statement of Benjamin Tice Maurice River light Jannary 11 1975
457
Statement of Hance Lawson Cristield Md January 22 1874
458
Statement of Isaac D Robbins Hog Island February 21 1874
460
Statement of G Henry Seldon Kinsale Westmoreland County Va August 1874
461
Statement of Henry Richardson Cape IIenry February 9 1874
464
Statement of C G Manning Edenton N C January 6 1875
465
Statement of A W Simpson jr Cape Hatteras N C January 20 1875
470
Statement of A W Simpson jr Cape Haiteras N C January 25 1875
471
f Statement of Wallace R Jennett Cape IIatteras N C February 26 1874
474
Statement of A C Davis Beaufort N C February 14 1874 and January 27 1875
475
Statement of W T Hatsel Bodys Island N C March 4 1874 and February 23 1875
477
Statement of W A Harn Morris Island S C January 21 1875
478
Statement of George Gage Beaufort S C January 20 1874
479
Statement of J F Hall Brunswick Ga April 11 1876
481
Statement of Charles Koch Jacksonville Fla January 15 1874
483
Letter from C A Goessman on the agricultural value of menbaden fertilizers
485
Karl Dambeck GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE GADIDÆ OR THE COD FAMILY
486
A description of the factory of the Pacific Guano Company at Woods Holl Mass
487
The Cumberland Bone Companys works
491
The Quinnipiac Fertilizer Companys works
492
The Crowell Manufacturing Company
493
Method of calculating costs of valuable ingredients of fertilizers By W 0 Atwater
495
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501
Improved methods of drying fishscrap
502
Supplementary works September 22 1878
506
Tho spawning grounds of the menbaden
507
Menhaden fishing on a Long Island steamer By Ernest Ingersoll
508
The manufacture of sardines from menhaden
512
Small oiltrying in Maine 1860
513
The use of fish for manure by the early colonists of Massachusetts
514
Explanation of plates
515
Alphabetical index
519
A Report for 1864
565
G O Sars REPORT OF PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS ON THE COD FISHERIES
612
Report for 1874
663
B The cod fishery
707
G Von Yhlen REPORT ON THE SEAFISHERIES OF THE LÄN OF GÖTEBORG AND BOHUS
741
Anonymous THE BEST FOOD FOR YOUNG SALMONOIDS AND FOR LARGER SALMONOIDS
779
Livingston Stone REPORT OF OPERATIONS AT THE UNITED STATES SALMONHATCH
797
Interference of illegal fishing with the results
817
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843
Record of spawning operations at Grand Lake Stream 1876
846
B Eckhardt THE EXPERIMNTS IN EPROPAGATING THE MAIFISCH ALOSA VULGARIS
853
John Gamgee ON ARTIFICIAL REFRIGERATION By John Gamgee London England
901
The progressive stages in icemaking inventions
925
The cod fish trade
973

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Էջ 7 - States and of the islands aforesaid, for the purpose of drying their nets and curing their fish ; provided that, in so doing, they do not interfere with the rights of private property, or with the fishermen of the United States in the peaceable use of any part of the said coasts in their occupancy for the same purpose.
Էջ 7 - Islands thereunto adjacent, without being restricted to any distance from the shore; with permission to land upon the coasts and shores of those Colonies and the Islands thereof, and also upon the Magdalen Islands, for the purpose of drying their nets and curing their fish...
Էջ 8 - XXI of this treaty, the amount of any compensation which, in their opinion, ought to be paid by the Government of the United States to the Government of Her Britannic Majesty in return for the privileges accorded to the citizens of the United States under Article XVIII of this treaty; and that any sum of money which the said Commissioners may so award shall be paid by the United States Government, in a gross sum, within twelve months after such award shall have been given.
Էջ 7 - States fishermen by the convention between the United States and Great Britain, signed at London on the 20th day of October, 1818, of taking, curing, and drying fish on certain coasts of the British North American colonies therein defined, the inhabitants of the United States shall have, in common with the subjects of Her Britannic Majesty, the liberty...
Էջ 8 - States conjointly ; and in case the third Commissioner shall not have been so named within a period of three months from the date...
Էջ 7 - States, as places reserved from the common right of fishing under that treaty, shall be regarded as in like manner reserved from the common right of fishing under the preceding articles. In case any question should arise between the Governments of the United States and of Her Britannic Majesty as to the common right of fishing in places not thus designated as reserved, it is agreed...
Էջ 7 - Colonies therein defined, the inhabitants of the United States shall have, in common with the subjects of Her Britannic Majesty, the liberty, for the term of years mentioned in Article XXXIII. of this treaty, to take fish of every kind, except shell-fish, on the sea-coasts and shores, and in the bays, harbours, and creeks, of the provinces of Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick, and the colony of I'rince Edward's Island, and of the several islands thereunto adjacent, without being restricted to...
Էջ 7 - It is agreed by the high contracting parties that British subjects shall have, in common with the citizens of the United States, the liberty...
Էջ 8 - Commissioners shall be appointed to determine, having regard to the privileges accorded by the United States to the subjects of Her Britannic Majesty, as stated in Articles XIX and XXI of this treaty, the amount of any compensation which, in their opinion, ought to be paid by the Government of the United States to the Government of Her Britannic Majesty...
Էջ 7 - ... with the rights of private property or with the fishermen of the United States in the peaceable use of any part of the said coasts in their occupancy for the same purpose. It is understood that the above-mentioned liberty applies solely to the sea fishery; and that salmon and shad fisheries, and all other fisheries in rivers and mouths of rivers, are hereby reserved exclusively for fishermen of the United States.

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