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In Germany.

Dr. Ernest Engel, Royal Statistical

Bureau, Berlin.

In Italy.

Sir Walter Crofton, The Close, Win

chester. Lord Radstock, London. Miss Frances Power Cobbe, 24 Cheyne

Walk, London, S.W. Henry Dunning McLeod, Esq., Ox

ford and Cambridge Club, London. Alfred Field, Esq, Birmingham. Thomas H. Barker, Esq., Manchester. Henry W. Ackland, M.D., F.R.S.,

Oxford. Miss Edith Simcox, London. Miss Louisa Innes Lumsden, Glen

bogie, Rhynie, Scotland. Herbert Spencer, Esq, London. Miss J. Francis Dove, St. Andrews,

Scotland. Lord Hobhouse, 15 Bruton St., Lon

don. Prof. James Bryce, M.P., London. Geoffrey Drage, Esq., London. Moncure Daniel Conway, Esq., Lon

don.

Signor Martino Beltrani-Scalia, Rome.
Prof. C. F. Gabba, Pisa.
Prof. Alberto de Errera, Cavaliere

della Corona d'Italia, Venice.

In Hungary.

M. E. Horn, M.P., Budapest.

In Belgium. M. P. Buls, Brussels. M. Van der Rest, Brussels.

Journal of Social Science. Containing the transactions of the American

Association. Nos. I.-V., 8vo, paper, each $1.50. Nos. VI.-XXXV., each

$1.00.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Two.-Current Record of the Association. I. Immigration - Frederick

Kapp. II. The American Census - James A. Garfield. III. The Mode of Procedure in

Cases of Contested Elections -- Henry L. Dawes. IV. The Public Charities of the State of

New York – Theodore W. Dwight. V. The Public Libraries of the United States --- Ains-

worth R. Spofford. VI. The Science of Transportation -- Joseph D. Poits. VII. Vaccina.

tion - A Report presented by Francis Bacon, William A. Hammond, and David F. Lincoln.

VIII. The Election of Presidents - Charles Francis Adams, Jr.

IX. Life Insurance -

Sheppard Homans. X. The Administration of Criminal Justice - George C. Barrett. XI.

Health Laws and their Administration -- Elisha Harris. XII. An International Code -

D. D. Field. XIII. General Intelligence. XIV. Constitution. XV. List of New Mero-

bers. XVI. List of Works relating to Social Science published in 1869.

CONTENTS OF Number THREE.- I. Public Parks and the Enlargement of Towns - F. L. Olm-

sted. II. Art Education in America - C. C. Perkins. III. Civilization and Health --

Francis Bacon. IV. American System of Patents - S. A. Duncan. V. Nature and Sphere

of Police Power— T. D. Woolsey. VI. Legislation and Social Science - E. L. Godkin.

VII. Representation of Minorities — D. D. Field, VIII. Relations of Business Men to

National Legislation - H. A. Hill. IX. Houses in the Country for Working Men-G. B.

Emerson. X. Minority Representation in Europe - Thomas Hare. XI. Application of

Mr. Hare's System of Voting to the Nomination of Overseers of Harvard College - W. R.

Ware. XII. General Intelligence. 1. Home. 2. Foreign.

Number Four is out of print, as well as Numbers One, Two, Three, EIGHT, AND NINE.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Five.-I. Municipal Government - Dorman B. Eaton. II. Higher

Education of Women — T. W. Higginson. III. Restoration of the Currency - Joseph S.

Ropes. IV. Some Results of the Census - Francis A. Walker. V. Public Vaccination-

F. P. Foster. VI. The International - David A. Wasson. VII. Legislation in Relation

to Pharmacy – G. F. H. Markoe. VIII. General Intelligence.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Six.-- General Meeting at New York. I. Opening Address - George

William Curtis. II. The Work of Social Science in the United States --F. B. Sanborn.

III. Financial Administration -- G. Bradford. IV. Conference of the Boards of Public

Charities. V. Pauperism in the City of New York. VI. The Farmers' Movement in the

Western States --- Willard C. Flagg. VII. Ocean Lanes for Steamship Navigation - Prof.

B. Peirce. VIII. Rational Principles of Taxation - David A. Wells. IX. American Rail.

roads – Gardiner G. Hubbard. X. Reformation of Prisoners - Z. R. Brockway. XI. The

Deaf-mute College at Washington - Edward M. Gallaudet. XII. The Protection of Ani-

mals - George T. Angell. XIII. American Finance - Prof. W. G. Sumner.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Seven.-I. Private Property upon the Sea – Rev. Dr. Woolsey. II.

Conference of Boards of Health. 111. (School Hygiene) - Drs. D. F. Lincoln and A. L.

Carroll. IV. Tent Hospitals - Dr. J. F. Jenkins. V. National, State, and Sectarian

Universities – A. D. White and Dr. McCosh. VI. Free Lending Libraries - W. W.

Greenough. VII. The Young Men's Christian Association -- Cephas Brainard. VIII.

Ocean Lanes. IX. Prison Reform in Europe and America - Dr. Wines and F. B. Sanborn.

X. Social Science Record. XI. Conference of Boards of Charities.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER EIGHT.- I. The Production and Distribution of Wealth - David A.

Wells. II. The Work of Social Science - F. B. Sanborn. III. Progress in International

Law --J. B. Angell. IV. The Experiment of Civil Service Reform - Dorman B. Eaton.

V. The Treatment of the Guilty -- W. G. Eliot. VI. Health in Schools - Drs. D. F.

Lincoln, J. J. Putnam, etc. VII. Financial Policy of England and the United States --

G. Bradford. VIII. Limitations of Judicial Power -- Emory Washburn. IX. Life Insur-

ance for the Poor – Elizur Wright and Sheppard Homans. X. Legal Education - W. G.

Hammond. XI. The Detroit Meeting.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER NINE.-1. Social Science in Theory and Practice - F. B. Sanborn.

II. The Silve. Question - W. Stanley Jevons. III. The Silver Question - B. F. Nourse.

IV. Savings Banks - John P. Townsend. V. Local Taxation - William Minot, Jr. VI.

Industrial and Social Aspects of the Southern Question — W. L. Trenholm. VII. Educa-

tion in the Southern States - T. M. Logan. VIII. The Navigation Laws of Great Britain

and the United States — Hamilton A. Hill. IX. The Tariff Question – Horace White.

X. Custom House Formg - Henry D. Hyde. XI. State and Municipal Government -

Samuel Bowles. XII. Municipal Economy – Daniel L. Harris.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Ten.- Transactions of the Association, 1879. 1. American Education,

1869-79. Annual Address of President Gilman. II. The Method of Study in Social

Science – William T. Harris. 111. Report of the Department of Education – Mrs. I. T.

Talbot. IV. The Voting of Women in School Elections -- A. P. Peab dy. V. Relations

of Christianity to the Common Law- M. B. Anderson. VI. The Place of the Practical

Man in American Public Affairs – Hamlton Andrews Hill. VII. Chinese Immigration

S. Wells Williams. VIII. The United States and the Declaration of Paris - Theodore S.

Woolsey. IX. Recent Changes in our State Constitutions - Simeon E. Baldwin. X. The

Policy of Patent Laws — Frederic H. Betts. XI. The Sewerage of t.e Smaller Towns-

George E. Waring, Jr. Xli. Industrial Arbitration and Conciliation — Joseph D. Weeks.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER ELEVEN.- Report of the Annual Meeting, 1880. List of Members.

I. Southern Questions: 1. The Negro Exodus from the Gulf States - Frederick Douglass.

2. The Emigration of Colored Citizens from the Southern States – R. T. Greener. 3. Col.

ored Schools in Virginia - Mrs. Orra Langhorne. 11. Recent Changes in the West

Robert P. Porter. III. A Report on Protection from Casualties in the Use of Machinery

Professor William Watson. IV. International Coinage - Robert Noxon Toppan. V. Social

Economy Papers: 1. Report of the Department of Social Economy - F. B. Sanborn.

2. The Care of Poor and Vicious Children - Charles L. Brace. 3. Social Economy in

Illinois - Mrs. Harbert. 4. Co-operative Distribution-William A. Hovey. 5. Co-opera-

tion in England - James Samuelson. Saratoga Papers of 1877: 1. Extradition - Sheldor

Amos. 2. Graduate Courses at Law Schools - Professor S. E. Baldwin.

CONTENTS OF Number Twelve, .- Professor Peirce's Cincinnati Address : The National In-

portance of Social Science in the United States.

President Gilman's Opening Address.

Report of the General Secretary, by F. B. Sanborn. Report of the Treasurer and Publica-

tion Committee: Professor Wayland and F. B. Sanborn. * Papers of the Education Depart.

ment: I. Report on Kindergarten Schools - Professor Harris, Mrs. Talbot. IL The

Relation of the Public Library to the Public Schools -- Samuel S. Green. III. Educational

Progress in England - Miss Edith Simcox. IV. Home Life in some of its Relations to

Schools – Miss Mary W. Hinman. V. The American Newspaper and American Education

- Dr. J. M. Gregory. Libel and its Legal Remedy - E. L. Godkin. Papers of the Social

Economy Department: 1. Associated Charities. A. The Principle and Advantage of Asso-

ciation in Charities - Rev. D. O. Kellogg. B. General and Special Methods of Operation

Rev. 0. C. McCulloch. C. The Need and Work of Volunteer Visitors - R. T Paine, Jr.

D. The Care and Saving of Neglected Children - Miss Anna Hallowell. 11. The Principle

of Volunteer Service - Mrs. Florence Bayard Lockwood. III. The Recreations of the

People - George B. Bartlett. IV. The Justifying Value of a Public Park – F. L. Olmsted.

Constitution, Officers, and Members of the Association.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER THIRTEEN. - Order of Business at Saratoga in 1881. Papers of the

Jurisprudence Department: I. Pensions in a Republic - Frederick J. Kingsbury. II. Mod.

ern Legislation touching Marital Property Rights - Henry Hitchcock, LL.D. III. The

German Socialist Law of Oct. 21, 1878— Henry W. Farnam. IV. The Study of Anatomy,

Historically and Legally Considered - Edward Mussey Hartwell, M.A. Papers of the

Health Department: I. The Treatment of Insanity in its Economic Aspect - Walter Chan-

ning, M.D. II. Adulterations in Food - Professor S. W. Johnson. Debate on Adultera.

tions, Remarks of George T. Angell. General Papers: 1. Christianity and the Relations

of Nations - Charles L. Brace. II. Indeterminate Sentences and their Results in New

York — 2. R. Brockway. 111. Changes in American Society – Julia Ward Howe, Appen.

dix; Infant Development.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER FOURTEEN.-I. The General Meeting of 1881. Death of President

Garfield. II. Opening Address of Professor Wayland, President of the Association. III.

The Threefold Aspect of Social Science. Report of the General Secretary, F. B. Sanborn.

IV. Civil Service Reform, an address by George W. Curtis. V. The American Newspaper -

Charles Dudley Warner. 'VI. Prohibitory Legislation - P. Emory Aldrich. VII. Province

of Legislation in the Suppression of Intemperance - F. W. Bird. VUI. Lice:1se and Pro-

hibition - Rev. Leonard W. Bacon. IX. The Moral Statistics of the United States - Dr.

Woolsey. X. Divorce Laws - Professor W. C. Robinson. XI. Lax Divorce Legislation

Rev. S. W. Dike. XII. Address on Health and Insanity – Walter Channing, M.D. XUI.

Women Practising Medicine - Dr. E. F. Pope. XIV. Constitution, List of Members,

Officers, and Committees of the Association.

CONTENTS OF Number Fifteen.- 1. Papers on Infant Development - Professor Harris, Mr.

Darwin, Mr. Alcott, Dr. Preyer, M. Taine, etc, II, Report of Mrs. Talbot. III, Religious

and Moral Education of Children - Professor G. S. Hall. IV. Treatment of Incipient

Insanity-Mary Putnam-Jacobi, M.D. V. Debate on Insanity - Professor W. T. Harris,

Dr. Channing. F. B. Sanborn, etc. VI: Papers on Building Associations - R. T. Paine, Jr.,

and Addison B. Burk. VII. Homes for the People in Washington - John Hitz, VIN.

Art in its Relation to the People -- Martin Brimmer.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Sixteen.- Papers of the Health Department: I. Address of the Chair-

man - Walter Channing, M.D. II. The Michigan Plan for Boards of Health - Dr. Henry

B. Baker. III. The Health Care of Households with Special Reference to House Drain-

Health Influence of City Life on Health and Development - Dr. G. Peckham.

age - Ezra M. Hunt, M.D. 1V. The Health of Boys' Boarding schools, D: F. Lincoln,

M.D. V. The Health of Criminal Women - Eliza M. Mosher, M.D. VI. The Manage-

ment of Chronic Inebriates and Insane Drunkards - Albert N. Blodgett, M.D. VII. Re-

marks of Mr. Parker on Boards of Health. VIII. International and National Relief in

War- Miss Clara Barton. Papers of the Social Economy Department: I. Address of the

Chairman - F. R. Sanborn. II. The Factory System as an Element in Civilization - Carroll

D. Wright. III. Early Factory Life in New England - Mrs H. H. Robinson. IV.

American Factory Life — Miss Lucy Larcom. V. Ten Hours - Rev. Jesse H. Jones.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER SEVENTEEN.- I. Introduction. 11. Address — Rev. A. D. Mayo, on

National Aid to Education. III. Address — President Angell, on Diplomatic Relations

between China and the United States. IV. Papers of the Jurisprudence Department, namely:

1. Professional Ethics — Theodore Bacon. 2. Local Sell-government - Edward W. Bemis.

3. Disfranchisement for Crime - James F. Colby. 4. A Plan for Extinguishing Crime -

Edwin Hill 5. Punishment for Certain Crimes - H. A. Hill. V. Address – Professor

W. T. Harris. VI. The Darwin Commemoration. VII. A Paper on the Progressive

Spelling - Rev. H. L. Wayland. VIII. Miscellaneous Matters.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER EIGHTEEN.-I. Introductory. II. Opening Address - Professor Way.

land. III. Report of the General Secretary - F. B. Sanborn. IV. Papers on Health and

Education : 1. Health and Social Science - Dr. E. M. Hunt. 2. Physical Training in

Homes and Training-schools - Professor D. A. Sargent. 3. True Higher Education -

W. C. Thomas. 4. Causes of Insanity - Dr. W. Channing. 5. Inebriety in Women - Dr.

L. M. Hall. 6. The Disease of Inebriety – Dr. T. D. Crothers. 7. House-building and

Drainage - G. E. Waring, Jr. 8. Moral Education in Schools - Professor W. T. Harris.

V. Papers of the Jurisprudence Department: 1. Assertion of Rights - J. T. Platt.

ternational Ethics — E. M. Gallaudet, LL.D. 3. Legal History of the Telephone - M. F.

Tyler. VI. Addresses and Special Papers: i. American Civil Service System --- J. M.

Gregory, LL.D. 2. Public Libraries – J. M. Larned. 3. Religion of India - Mr. Mo-

zoomdar. 4. New Methods of Study in History – H. B. Adams. VII. Papers of the

Social Economy Department, namely: 1. Race Problems in the United States — Professor

C. A. Gardner. 2. Relations between Employers and Employed - Mrs. S. K. Bolton.

3. Child-helping in New York – C. L. Brace. 4. Prison Labor.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER NINETEEN.-I. Introductory. II. Report of the Secretary — F. B.

Sanborn. III. Papers of the Finance Department: 1. Scientific Basis of Tariff Legisla-

tion -- C. D. Wright. 2. Financial Standing of States - Henry C. Adams. 3. The Rate of

Wages -- Edward Atkinson. 4. Industrial Education -- F. A Walker, IV. Papers of the

Jurisprudence Department. 1. Conflict of State Laws — Eugene Smith. 2. The Pardoning

Power -- F. Wayland. 3. Threefold Basis of Criminal Law - F.H. Wines. V. Hebrew

Charities - Mary M. Cohen. VI. Constitution and Members of the Association.

Contents OF NUMBER TWENTY - I. Papers of the Education Department: 1. The Function

of Latin and Greek in Education - Dr. W. T. Harris. 2. Problems in Education - Mrs.

Emily Talbot. 3. Athletic Education - Dr. Edward Hitchcock. .4. Physical Education in

Women's Colleges — Mrs. R. S. Bryan. 5. The Higher Education of Women in Great

Britain and Ireland - Miss Lumsden. 11. Additional Papers of the Jurisprudence Depart-

ment: 1. The Law for the Commitment of Lunatics - Mr. F. H. Wines. 2. Lunacy Legis-

lation in the North-west - Professor A. O. Wright. III. Papers of the Health Department:

1. Dr. Sargent's Summary. 2. Tenement Houses - Dr. Lucy M. Hall. IV. The Civil

Service in States and Cities - Edward M. Shepard.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-ONE. — 1. President Eaton's Address, 1885. 2. Business and

Debates of 1885. 3. Synopsis of Social Science Instruction in Colleges. 4. Methodical

Education in Social Science — F. B. Sanborn. 5. Social Science and Social Conditions -

W. 1. Harris. 6. The Unnamed Third Party – H. L. Wayland. 7. Socialism and State

Action - Edward W. Bemis. 8. Labor Uniors under Democratic Government -- D. M.

Means.

10. The

American Cities – C. F. Wingate. 11. The Physical Training of Women - Dr.

L. M. Hall. 12. The Constitution and National Development - E. V. Reynolds. 13. Land

and Law as Agents in Educating Indians -- President Gates. 14. Arbitration of Labor Dis-

putes - Rev. W. Gladden. 15. The Place of Art in Education - Thomas Davidson. 16.

The Relation of the Drama to Education - W. 0. Partridge. 17. Child-life in City and

Country - C. D. Kellogg. 18. City and Country Schools — W. M. Beckner.

CONTENTS OF Number TWENTY-TWO. - Conference of Alienists, Business and Debates of

1886. Notice of Deceased Members. I. Papers of the Department of Education : 1. The

Definition of Social Science and its Classification - W. T. Harris, 2. Social Science Instruc-

tion in Colleges – Mrs. Emily Talb it and W. T. Harris. 3. Popular Instruction in Social

Science — Carroll D. Wright. II. Papers of the Department of Health. 1. The Nervous-

ness of Americans - Grace Peckham, M.D. 2. Mineral Waters of America and Europe

Coan, M.D. 3. Rabies and How to Prevent it - Valentine Mott, M.D. 4. Yoses

H. Holbrook Curtis, M.D. 5. The Science of Dietetics -- Wallace Wood, M.D. III.

Papers of the Social Economy Department: 1. Address of the Chairman: Labor and

Capital — F. B. Sanborn. 2. Property – Thomas Davidson. 3. Letters of Dr. Abbott and

Dr. Wayland. 4. The Right of Property in Land - W. T. Harris, LL.D. IV. Papers of

the Jurisprudence Department. 1. Postal Savings Banks - Dr. H. L. Wayland.

2. How

to deal with Habitual Criminals — Professor S. E. Baldwin.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER 'TWENTY-THRER.- Business and Debates of 1887. Address of the

President: Problems of the Census - Carroll D. Wright. I. Papers of the Social Economy

Department: 1. Address of the Chairman - F. B. Sanborn. 2. Profit Sharing as a Meihoa

of Remunerating Labor — F. J. Kingsbury. 3. Alfred Dolge and his Experiments - A.

Dolge and Ernest Richard. 4. Profit Sharing Historically and Theoretically considered -

G. M. Powell. 5. Labor Organizations- J. G. Brooks. 6. Woman and the Temperance

Question - Frances E. Willard. II. Papers of the Jurisprudence Department: 1. The

American System of Trial by Jury - D. H. Chamberlain. 2. The Law's Uncertainty -

Thomas Thatcher. 3. The Incorrigible - Francis Wayland. 4. Private Corporations and

the State - H. A. James. 5. Social Science in the Law of Moses - H. L. Wayland.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR. — Introductory Committee on Provident Institutions.

Constitution, List of Members, etc. I. Papers of the Health Department: 1. Relation of

the Physician to the Community, and of the Community to the Physician - Grace Peck-

ham, M.D. 2. The Function of the Lungs-D. Emery Holman, M.D. 3. Certain In-

jur ous Influences of City Life and their Removal — Walter B. Plaut, M.D. 4. The Criminal

Type –

- William Noyes, M.D., 5: Immigration and Nervous Diseases - C. L. Dana, M.D.,

with Discussion. II. Papers of the Education Department: 1. The Opportunities of Amer-

ica - F. B. Sanborn. 2. Address — T. W. Higginson. 3. Pedagogy in American Colleges

- Professor E. J. James. 4. The Education of Women - Arthur Gilman.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE - General Meeting of 1888. President Adams on Higher

Education. 1. The Growth and Purposes of Bureaus of Statistics of Labor - Address of

the President, Carroll D. Wright. II. Papers and Debates of the Department of Health:

!. Address on Requirements for a Medical Degree - Dr. H. H. Curtis. 2. How Far can

Legislation aid in Maintaining a Proper Standard of Medical Education? — W. A. Purring-

ton. 3. The Value of a Liberal Education Antecedent to the Study of Medicine - Sy vester

F. Scovel. Remarks of Dr. Grace Peckham. 4. Unsanitary Conditions in Country Homes

- Dr. Lucy M. Hall. 5. The Working-women of New York: Their Health and Occupa-

tions - Elizabeth Stow Brown, M.D. 6. The Struggle for Subsistence: How can it be

most Efficiently Aided ?— Henry Dwight Chapin, M.D. III. Papers of the Finance and

Social Economy Departments: 1. Address of the Chairman - F. B. Sanborn. 2. Savings

Banks in the United States – John P. Townsend. 3. Co-operative Building Associations.

Report of the Special Committee. 4. Report on Savings Banks and Building Associations

of Illinois - Professor J. W. Jenks. 5. Co-operative Building and Loan Associations in

the State of New York – Seymour Dexter, Esq. 6. The Dangerous Side of Building Asso-

ciations – Mr. C. F. Southard. 7. Notes on Provident Institutions in Arkansas, Tennessee,

and Texas - Professor Robert T. Hill. 8. Life Insurance - Report of the Committee.

Hebrew Provident Institutions. 9. The Early History of School Savings Banks in the

United States - J. H. Thiry.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-SIX.-General Meeting of 1889. Report of J. P. Townsend,

Secretary. Constitution, List of Members and Publications, etc. I. Papers of the Juris

prudence Department: 1. The Economic Law of Monopoly - President E. B. Andrews.

2. Constitutional Guarantees of the Right of Property – George Hoadly. 3. Education as

a Cure for Crime --S. T. Dutton 4. Immigration and Crime - W. M. F. Round. 5. The

Dead Hand.- Dr. H. L. Wayland. II. Papers of the Education Department: 1. Industrial
Training of the Defective Classes. Discussion by President Gallaudet, General Brinkerhoff,

Dr. Bryce, F. B. Sanborn, Miss Alice Cooke, etc. 2. Popular Fallacies concerning the

Insane - Dr. Pliny Earle. III. Papers of the Social Economy Department: 1. Report on

Co-operative Building and Loan Associations. 2. Socialism in England - Percival Chubb.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN. ---General Meeting of 1890. Constitution, List of

Members, etc. The Third Estate of the South – Rev. A. D. Mayo. The Single Tax

Debate - Remarks by Samuel B. Clarke, Professor Thomas Davidson, W. L. Garrison,

Professor John B. Clark, President E. B. Andrews, Professor E. R. A. Seligman, Louis F.

Post, Edward Atkinson, Henry George, Professor W. T. Harris, and James R. Carret.

CONTENTS OF Number Twenty-Eight. — Genera! Meeting of 1891. M. Levasseur on Malthus.

The Late Rufus King. President White's Addresses. I. Papers of the Social Economy

Department: 1. Labor Organizations - S. M. Hotchkiss. 2. Trades-unions -- S. Gompers.

3. Trades-unions and Wages – Prof. J. W. Jenks. 4. Shoemaking in Connecticut - F. J.

Kingsbury. S. Arbitration, Voluntary and Compulsory --- Mrs. C R. Lowell. 6. Compulsory

Arbitration - Seymour Dexter. Social Side of Unions - George Gunton. 8. Trades

unions and Apprentices – E. W. Bemis. II. Miscellaneous Papers : 1. Treatment of

Hydrophobia - Dr. Paul Gibier. 2. The Silver Question - J. D. Warner. 3. Reform of

the Civil Service - W. D. Foulke.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-NINE.— Introduction. The General Meeting of 1892. The

Late Dr. Pliny Earle. I. Summer Camps for Boys - Dr. W. T. Talbot. II. The New

York City Health Department - Dr. Cyrus Edson. III. The Tenement House: Its Influ-

ence upon the Child - Dr. Mary E. Herrick. IV. The Progress of the Financial Credit of

the Government of the United States -- Joseph T. Brown. V. Aids in the Study of Social

Science - F. B. Sanborn. VI. The Care of Epileptics - Dr. Frederick Peterson.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER Thirty.— President Wayland's Address. General Meeting of 1892.

Obituary Notices: Sir Daniel Wilson – Mrs. C. H. Dall. George William Curtis - F. B.

Sanborn. I. Miscellaneous Papers : Social Science in the Nineteenth Century - F. B. San-

born. Art Education in American Life -- Miss M. B. Martin. Commitment of the Insane

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