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SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT

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Miscellaneous Bulletins, Etc.-
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How Long Will the Supply Last?.

152 Hardwood Lumber Manufacture

155 House Furnishing

157 Historical References

252-256 Habits of Larvae and Adults

268 How to Transplant Forest Trees

.276-280 Hardy Catalpa

309-316 Investigations

248 Kinds of Timber

139 Lake States

150 Lower Mississippi Valley

151 Lath

183 Loblolly Pine

188-190 Longleaf Pine

194-195 Lime Sulphur Washes Prepared According to Different Formulas

228-233 Lime Sulphur Washes Prepared with Different Kinds of Lime. .230-232 Lime Sulphur Washes Prepared with Different Kinds of Sulphur 232 Lime Sulphur Washes Prepared with Crystalline Sulphur.... 233 Musical Instruments

156 Moisture Distribution

190-192 Manufacture and Composition of Creosote

.333-337 Norway Pine

196 Natural Enemies

270-271 Observations by the Writer

256-258 Observations by Members of the Forest Service.

258 Production of Species

168-182 Production by States

182 I'roposed New Washes

216-247 Possibilities of Preventing Losses

252 Quantity and Character of Creosote in Well-Preserved Timbers. 332-333 Railroad Ties

157 Recent Observations by the Writer

258-261 Red Oak

283-285 Russian Mulberry

.317-319 Situation Concerns Entire Country

158 Shingles

183 Second Progress Report on the Strength of Structural Timber.. 183-187 Soine Insects Injurious to Forests

248-275 Suggestions for Controlling the Insect and Preventing Losses... 261-264 Suggestions for Propagating Borer Resistant Trees.

.264-265 Shagbark Hickory

285-287 The Waning Hardwood Supply and the Appalachian Forests. . 147-162 Telephone and Other Poles

157 The Solution

159 The Lumber Cut of the U. S. in 1905.

162-182 Tamarack

196 The Lime-Sulphur-Salt Wash and Its Substitutes

222-228 The Lime-Sulphur-Salt-Soda Wash..

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Miscellaneous Bulletins, Etc.—Continued.

The Locust Borer
Vehicle Manufacture
What Industries Would a Hardwood Shortage Affect?.
What Would Not Be Affected
Western Henlock

White Elm
White Pine

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Miscellaneous News Clippings

..361-372 Growing Forest Timber—l'armers' Guide.

.361-363 Indiana and Its Industries Indianapolis Morning Star, October 28, 1907

.364-370 The Timber Supply-Louisville Courier-Journal, November 6, 1907

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Report--Fred A. Miller

15- 80 Letter of Transmittal

15 · Introduction

17- 18 dsles

65 Bur Oak

64 Bark-Beetle Injuries to Oak..

25 Bark-Beetle Injuries to Other Trees

25- 27 Bark-Boring Grubs of Oaks, Chestnuts, Birches and Poplars.... 27- 29 Cedar Bark-Beetle

31 Character of Insect Injury as Distinctive of Species

37 Cottony-Maple Scale

50 Conclusions

52 Gall Flies

40- 50 Green Asli

66 Hickories

67 Insect Injuries to Forest Trees of Indiana

19 Injuries Which Cause the Death of Trees. Injury to Hickory Trees by Bark-Beetles.

21 Injuries to the Wood Which Do Not Result in the Death of the Tree

32 Injuries by the Carpenter Worm

.. 33- 34 Injury to Second-Growth Hickory by a Wood-Boring Larva.

35 Injuries to Felled Trees, Spoke Timbers, Posts and Ties.

37 Insect Injury to the Foliage of Trees

46 Knowledge Necessary to Prevention of Losses.

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Report-Fred A. Miller-Continued.

PAGE Locust Borer

29- 31 Oaks, Hickories and Ash as Influenced by Soils and Other Ecological Factors

53 63 Oaks

63 Pinhole Injuries in Oak

32 Powder Post Borers

37 Red Oak

64 Shagbark Hickory

67 The Character of Insect Injuries to Forest Trees

19 The Hickory Bark-Beetle

21- 25 The Oak Carpenter Worm.

34 Timber Worms in Seasoning Products

41- 42 Tree Planting

69 White Oak

64 White Ash

66 White Ants or Termites

44- 46 Worm-hole Injuries to Chestnut Wood

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Statistical Tabulations of Some Experiments-E. E. Davis.

85-106

The Economic Problem and Some Experiments.

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The Passing of the Forest-Poem

Frontispiece

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List of Registered Pharmacists and Registered Assistant Pharmacists Arranged Alphabetically and

by Counties Alphabetically

Law, Rules and Regulations, Receipts

and Expenditures

INDIANAPOLIS:

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

January 31, 1908.

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State for verification of the financial statement.

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The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the State Treasury, has been examined and found correct.

J. C. BILLHEIMER,

Auditor of State.

Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to the Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding.

FRED L. GEMMER,

Secretary to the Governor'.

Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, February 21, 1908.

FRED A. SIMS,

Secretary of State.

Received the within report and delivered to the printer February 21, 1908.

HARRY SLOUGH,

Merk Printing Bureau.

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