Over one hundred papers were presented to the Forestry Congress which shows the wide-spread interest taken in the subject. There were too many to read and discuss, and, from a list of the titles before us, we should judge many of the best papers are among those not read. These will appear in the proceedings which we understand are now in course of publication.

At Rochester, a proposition was made by Dr. Warder to unite the old American Forestry Association with the new Forestry Congress, and, in the probability of the union, to meet at Montreal the day before the next meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the time appointed for the meeting of the congress. This involves the retirement of Dr. Warder from the presidency of the Association. It is not too much to say that it is to the long years of labor of Dr. Warder, chiefly, that such a meeting as that at Cincinnati was rendered possible, and to his personal efforts at that time is due much of its success.