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7. WHAT MATERIAL FROM YOUR DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN TRASMITTED TO STUDENTS AND INVESTIGATORS [[UNDERLINE]] OUTSIDE OF THE MUSEUM[[/UNDERLINE]] DURING THE YEAR, AND IN CONNECTION WITH WHAT SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS WAS THE MATERIAL NEEDED? IT SHOUD BE STATED IN [[UNDERLINE]] EACH CASE[[/UNDERLINE]] WHETHER OR NOT THE MATERIAL HAS BEEN RETURNED TO THE MUSEUM. E.D. Cope, Philadelphia,Pa. 118 specimens, among which types of 27 species for examination in connection with his forthcoming volume (Bulletin U.S. Nat.Mus.) on the snakes and lizards of North America. (only returned in Frank[[?]]). John van Denburgh, bal.Acad. Science,San Francisco, bal. 1 specimen, lizard, for examination and comparison.(Returned). Dr. J. S. Kingsley,Tufts College, Mass. 1 specimen [[underline]] Geypopiophis,[[/underline]]for anatomical purposes.(Not to be returned). Sir Wm. H.Flower, Superin't British Museum (Nat. Heish.).,[[underline]]Izphlomalge rathbuni.[[/underline]] (Gift).
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