Vol 3 (1913)

Proceedings of the Entomological Society of British Columbia

Issued July 1913

Table of Contents

Proceedings

Entomology from the standpoint of a botanist
J. Davidson
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5-9
Combination sprays and recent insecticide investigations
H. F. Wilson
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9-17
The economic side of pest-control
R. M. Winslow
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17-21
Methods of taking insect records in the field
R. C. Treherne
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21-24
The work of the inspector of fruit pests
Thos. Cunningham
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24-27
The importance economic entomology as a subject of education
M. H. Ruhman
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27-28
President's Address
G. O. Day
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29-30
Some problems in aphis-control
L. L. Palmer
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31-34
Two injurious insects of economic importance attacking peach, apricot, and plum trees
W. H. Lyne
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34-36
Cutworms and their control
M. S. Middleton
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36-37
Economic Ornithology
Lionel E. Taylor
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37-41
The economic importance of Canadian Ipidae
J. M. Swaine
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41-43
Resolution Re Quarantine Measure
G. O. Day
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43-44
Report of the Fiftieth Annual (Jubilee) Meeting of the Entomological Society of Ontario
R. C. Treherne
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63-67