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Catt, Mrs. Carrie Chapman. Woman suffrage by federal constitutional 
amendment. Pp. 100. Woman Suffrage Pub.: New York. 

Donaldson, John L. State administration in Maryland. Pp. 155. Johns 
Hopkins Press : Baltimore. 1916. 

Edmonds, R. H. National insuredness through national preparedness. 
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Forman, Samuel E. Government in Illinois. Pp. 60. Century Co.: New 

Goldman, Mayer C. The public defender: a necessary factor in the adminis- 
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Mayo, Katharine. The story of the Pennsylvania state police. Pp. 364. 
Putnam : New York. 

Montgomery, R. H. Income tax procedure, 1917. Ronald Press. 

McCook, Arthur R. New American history and government outlines. Pp. 
112. Beckley Cardy Co.: Chicago. 

Roberts, Peter. Civics for coming Americans. Pp. 118. Association Press: 
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Root, Elihu. Military and colonial policy of the United States. Pp. 24 + 
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Administrative Law. The expansion of American administrative law. A. 
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"Blue Sky" Laws. The Ohio "blue sky" cases. Clarence D. Laylin. Mich. 
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Budget. The elements of state budget making. Mun. Research. Dec, 1916. 

Maryland budget amendment. Dept. Leg. Ref. Baltimore. 

Serious defects of Maryland's budget law. Institute for Public Service. 

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Church. American democracy and the church. II. Allan Hoben. Am. Jour, 
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Constitution. A defense of the Constitution. David Jayne Hill. N. Am. 
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Constitutional Law. The changing legal order. Floyd R. Mechem. Mich. 
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Employment Bureaus. A federal labor reserve board for the unemployed. 
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Annals Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Farm-Loan Act. The federal farm-loan act. Robert J. Bulkley. Jour. Pol. 
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The federal farm loan act. Myron T. Herrick. Atlantic. Feb., 1917. 

Federal Incorporation. Legal possibilities of federal railroad incorporation. 
William W. Cook. Yale Law Jour. Jan., 1917. 

Immigration. Immigration and American labor. Harris Weinstock. Annals 
Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Johnson, Hiram. Johnson, of California. Burton J. Hendrick. World's 
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The case of Hiram Johnson: guilty. Alfred Holman. N. Am. Rev. 

Feb., 1917. 

The case of Hiram Johnson 1 not guilty. Frederick M. Davenport 

N. Am. Rev. Feb., 1917. 

Judiciary. Interpretation of statutes. Ernst Freund. Penn. Law Rev. 
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Mich. Law Rev. Feb., 1917. 

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111. Law. Rev. Jan., 1917. 

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International justice and preparedness. Elihu E. Jenkins. Am. 

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National training: the moral equivalent for war. Harold Begbie. 

Hibbert Journal. Jan., 1917. 

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Our anachronistic army. Army Expert. Forum. Feb., 1917. 

— Our defective military system. W. H. Carter. N. Am. Rev. March, 


Preparedness on land and sea. World's Work. March, 1917. 

Universal military training. Howard H. Gross. Forum. March, 


Militia. The pioneers' military establishment. Thomas W. Shelton. Jour. 
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National Guard. The legal status of the national guard under the army 
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Nationalism. Nationalism in the West. Rabindranath Tagore. Atlantic. 
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Navy. The next five years in the navy. Bradley A. Fiske. World's Work. 
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The Department of the Navy. Robert W. Neeser. Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. 

Feb., 1917. 

Our naval problem. L. A. Cotton. N. Am. Rev. March, 1917. 

Nominations. Presidential nominations. J. W. Holcombe. Equity. Jan., 

President Wilson. President Wilson's pro-ally propaganda. Fort. Rev. 
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President Wilson's dream — and his dilemma. William George Fitz 

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The autocrat of American policy. George Harvey. N. Am. Rev. 

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The president and his day's work. David Lawrence. Century. 

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The social and economic back ground of Woodrow Wilson. William 

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Regulation of public utilities. Heiskell B. Whalling. Quarterly 

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Roads. Good roads and the national government. Edwin A. Stevens. 
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Highway laws in the United States. A. N. Johnson. Mun. Research. 

Feb., 1917. 


Senate. The origin of the United States Senate committee on foreign relations. 
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Taxation. Better methods of legislation and administration vs. radical 
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A tax commission with power. Albert 0. Brown.. Bui. Nat'l. Tax 

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■ Reports of the various special commissions appointed to revise the 

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Giovannetti, Eugenio. II tramonto del liberalismo. Pp. xxxi + 174. Later- 
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Argentina. Universal military service in Argentina. George Marvin. World's 
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Austria-Hungary. The food situation in Austria-Hungary. Wolf von Schier- 
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— — The only hope for Austria. Zanardi Laudi. Nine. Cent. Jan., 1917. 

Australia. Australia. Round Table. March, 1917. 

Compulsory service in Australia. C. G. Wade. Nine. Cent. Feb., 


British Empire. Dominion views of imperial unity. Quart. Rev. Jan., 1917. 

Imperial defence after the war. A. G. Gardiner. Con temp. Rev. 

Jan., 1917. 

Migration and the dominions: suggestions for the imperial war con- 
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The problem of the commonwealth. J. A. B. Marriott. Nine. Cent. 

Jan., 1917. 

The war conference of the empire. Round Table. March, 1917. 

Canada. The French Canadian problem. Gerald Morgan. N. Am. Rev. 
Jan., 1917. 

Canadian legislation concerning industrial disputes. F. A. Acland. 

Annals Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Government ownership v. private ownership of railways in Canada. 

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Colonies. Europa og dets kolonier. Mikael H. Lie. Tilskueren. Dec. 


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Fall of Rome. Climatic change and agricultural exhaustion as elements in 
the fall of Rome. Ellsworth Huntington. Quart. Jour, of Econ. Feb., 1917. 

France. Economic policy of France after the war. Charles Gide. Ec. Jour. 
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Des moyens de rem6dier aux consequences du vol, de la perte ou de la 

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Man power and sea-power: our greatest peril. Archibald Hurd. Fort. 

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The cabinet revolution. Sidney Low. Fort. Rev. Feb., 1917. 

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The change of ministry. Joseph Compton-Rickett. Contemp. Rev. 

Jan., 1917. 

The passing of the cabinet. Francis Piggott. Nine. Cent. Feb., 


United kingdom. Round Table. March, 1917. 

Our national debt. H. J. Jennings. Quart. Rev. Jan., 1917. 

Greece. Den graeske revolution. Arthur Christensen. Gads Danske Magasin 
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The end of Greek monarchy. John Mavrogordato. Edinb. Rev. Jan., 


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Our hopes for India. C. E. Maurice. Contemp. Rev. Jan., 1917. 

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Our army and navy in the war. World's Work. March, 1917. 

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United States and the future peace. Round Table. March, 1917. 

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Russia in Constantinople. Stephen Graham. Yale Rev. April, 


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Germany. Germany and South America: a Brazilian view. Edgardo de 
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David J. Hill. Am. Jour, of Int. Law. Jan., 1917. 

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Some perils of peace. J. W. Carliol. Nine. Cent. Feb., 1917. 

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The peace offer and its sequel. Round Table. March, 1917. 

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Peace Treaties. On treaties of peace. Arthur A. Baumann. Fort. Rev. 
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Poland. Danzig: Poland's outlet to the sea. L. B. Namier. Feb., 1917. 

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Poland. James Brown Scott. Am. Jour, of Int. Law. Jan., 1917. 

Prussia, Poland and Ireland. J. A. B. Marriott. Edinb. Rev. Jan., 


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Russia. Rusland, II: Rusland og Europa. Paul Miljukov. Samtiden. 
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The right to attack unarmed submarine merchantmen. Charles 

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Pierson, William W., Jr. A syllabus of Latin American history. Pp. 32. 
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Scholfield, Guy H. New Zealand in evolution: industrial, economic, and 
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Vandervelde, E. La Belgique envahie et la socialisme international. Pp. 
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Zeballos, E. S. La nationality au point de vue de la legislation compare et 
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Obligations of democracy. Henry T. Hunt. Yale Rev. April, 1917. 

Disabled Soldiers. The re-education of disabled soldiers. L. V. Shairp. 
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Food Control. Food control and hasty decisions. Walter W. Berry. Con- 
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Diet and debt. Earl of Dunraven. Nine. Cent. Feb., 1917. 

Germans In America. The earlier German nationalism in America. Hein- 
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Health Insurance. Establishment funds and universal health insurance. 
Edmund N. Huyck. Am. Labor Leg. Rev. March, 1917. 

Fraternal societies under universal health insurance. John J. Lentt. 

Am. Labor leg. Rev. March, 1917. 

Medical organization under health insurance. Alexander Lambert. 

Am. Labor Leg. Rev. March, 1917. 

Principles of health insurance. Miles M. Dawson. Am. Labor Leg. 

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Trade union sick funds and compulsory health insurance. William 

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Labor Legislation. Federal arbitration legislation. L.E.Hoffman. Annals 
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Government arbitration and mediation. James T. Young. Annals 

Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

The advani ages and defects of compulsory arbitration. Frank T. 

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The attitude of organized labor toward the Canadian industrial dis- 
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The evolution of legal remedies as a substitute for violence and strikes. 

Henry Winlhrop Ballantine. Annals Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Legislation concerning the railroad service. Emory R. Johnson. Annals 

Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Shall the interstate commerce commission and the state public utilities 

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The effects of the legal minimum wage for women. A. N. Holcombe. 

Annals Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 


Labor Legislation. The railroad hours of labor law. Charles R. Van Ilise. 
Annals Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Why I believe the interstate commerce commission should have power 

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Maximum vs. minimum hour legislation. Richard A. Feiss. Annals 

Am. Acad, of Pol. Sci. Jan., 1917. 

Public regulation of wages, hours and conditions of labor of the em- 
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Eight-hour shifts by federal legislation. John R. Commons. Am. 

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One day of rest in seven by state and federal legislation. John A. 

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Government prevention of railroad strikes. Samuel 0. Dunn. Scrib- 

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Lawyers. The lawyer's place in the modern state. John MacDonell. Nine. 
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The lawyer in politics. G. H. Knott. Contemp. Rev. Jan., 1917. 

Lincoln and Asquith. A parallel in statesmanship: Lincoln and Asquith. 
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Liquor. Liquor traffic in war. Arthur Shadwell. Nine. Cent. Feb., 1917. 

Preliminary report . . . by the (Chicago) Commission on the liquor 

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Marshall, John. Marshall and the spirit of America. Clarence H. Gaines. 
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Maternity. Public protection of maternity. Julia Laihrop. Am. Labor Leg. 
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Social Justice and legal education. Louts B. Wehle. Am. Law Rev. Feb., 

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War. The final effort. Round Table. March, 1917. 

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Absent Voting and summary of statutes and constitutional provisions in force 
in the various states, November, 1916. 1917. 16 p. 8°. Senate doc. 659. 
Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Division. 

Address of President Woodrow Wilson, Inaugural . . . delivered at the 
inaugural exercises held on March 5, 1917. 65th Cong. Special session. Senate 
doc. 2. 1917. 6 p. 8°. 

Address of the President of the United States delivered at a joint session of the 
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Advance Knowledge of the President's Note of December 20, 1916, Investi- 
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Campaign Contributions and Disbursements, Publicity and control of. 
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Campaign Expenditures by the political party committees, also of candidates 
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Canadian Industrial Disputes investigation act and summary of industrial 
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countries, Text of, 1917. 21 p. 8°. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor 

Census of Manufactures. General totals for the United States by geographic 
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Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 

Compulsory Arbitration in Norway. Translation of the Norwegian law re- 
lating to compulsory arbitration in labor disputes. Approved June 9, 1916. 
1917. 6 p. 8°. Senate doc. 650. 

Contested Election Cases in the House of Representatives of the United 
States from the Fifty-seventh to the Sixty-fourth Congress 1901-1917; to which 
are added the laws of the United States relating to election contests in the House 
. . .. by Chester H. Rowell collated by Merrill Moores. House doc. 2052. 
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Danish West Indies, Appropriation to pay for the message of the President 
. . . inviting the attention of the congress to the necessity for making an 
appropriation of $25,000,000 as payment for the purchase of the Danish West 
Indies. 1917. 15 p. 8°. Senate doc. 686. 

Danish West Indies, Cession of the. Convention between the United States 
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Danish West Indies, The, their resources and commercial importance . . . 
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Economies, in, Government Printing, and the use of print paper . . . 
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Efficiency, Report of the United States Bureau of . . . period March 25, 
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Embargoes, List of references on. Compiled under the direction of Herman H. 
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Government Manufacture of Arms, Munitions, and Equipment. Letter from 
the Secretary of War transmitting a copy of the proceedings of a board of officers 
of which Colonel Francis J. Kernan, twenty-eight infantry, was president, con- 
taining a report of the feasibility, desirability and practicability of the govern- 
ment's manufacturing arms, munitions, and equipment; and certain other allied 
questions. 1917. 45 p. 8°. Senate doc. 664. 

Government Paper Mill. Report (to accompany H. R. 17699) [1916.1 9 p. 
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House Committee on Printing recommends passage of H. R. 17699 providing for the construction 
and operation by the Government of a print-paper mill. 

Haiti, Treaty between the United States and. Finances, economic develop- 
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Immigration Bill, The. H. R. 10384. Message from the President of the United 
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International High Commission. Message from the President of the United 
States transmitting a report of the U. S. section ... on the first general 
meeting of the Commission, held at Buenos Aires, April 3-12, 1916. 1916. 41 p. 
8°. House doc. 1788. 

Labor Exchanges, The British System of . B. Lasker. 1916. 67 p. 8°. House 
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Labor Laws and their administration in the Pacific states, by Hugh S. Hanna. 
House doc. 1380. Bulletin Bureau of Labor Statistics 211. 1917. 150 p. 8°. 

Latin America, Commercial travelers in . . . 1916. 42 p. 8°. Tariff 

Contains regulations applying to commercial travelers in Latin America. 

series 35. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. 

League for Peace, A. Address of the President of the United States delivered 
before the U. S. Senate on January 22, 1917, submitting certain conditions upon 
which this government would feel justified in approving its formal and solemn 
adherence to a league for peace 1917. 8 p. 8°. Senate doc. 685. 

Manufacturing in Penitentiaries. Report of the commission on equipping 
United States penitentiaries for manufacturing articles used by the government. 
. . . 1917. 26 p. 8°. House doc. 1752. 


Military Training, Universal. Senate report 1024 [to accompany 8. 16951. 
1917. 8 p. 8°. 

Militia, The. Extracts from the journals and debates of the federal conven- 
tion, the state constitutional conventions, the congress, the Federalist, together 
with other papers relating to the militia of the United States; by James Brown 
Scott, Major and Judge Advocate, Officers Reserve Corps, U. S. A. Senate 
doc. 695. 1917. 128 p. 8°. 

Mobilization of the organized militia and national guard of the United States 
1916, Report on. 1916. 169 p. 8°. War Department, Militia Bureau. 

Plantation Farming in the United States 1916. 40 p. 4°. Department of 
Commerce, Bureau of the Census. 

Prohibition in Porto Rico. Joint resolution requesting the congress of the 
United States not to include in legislating for Porto Rico any prohibition what- 
ever on the sale, importation, or manufacture of alcoholic beverages in Porte 
Rico as passed by the legislative assembly and approved by the governor. 1917. 
5 p. 8°. Senate doc. 674. 

Railway Strikes and Lockouts. A study of arbitration and conciliation laws 
of the principal countries of the world providing machinery for the peaceable 
adjustment of disputes between railroads and their employees, and the law of 
certain countries for the prevention of strikes . . . 1916. 367 p. 8°. Board 
of Mediation and Conciliation. 

South American Trade, Importance of our. Address . . . before the City 
Club in Boston, Mass. on November 16, 1916. By Andrew J. Peters. Assistant 
Secretary of the Treasury. Senate doc. 698. 1917. 8 p. 8°. 

University Training for Public Service. A report of the meeting of the associ- 
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1916. 94 p. 8°. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education. 

Vocational Education Survey of Minneapolis, Minn. Made by the National 
Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education. House doc. 1158. Bureau 
of Labor Statistics. Bulletin 199. 1917. 592 p. 8°. U. S. Department of 
Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

War, Diplomatic intercourse, blockades and neutrality. Laws of the United 
States relating to. Senate doc. 714. 1917. 34 p. 8°. 

Webb-Kenyon liquor shipment act. Opinion of the supreme court of the 
United States in the case of the James Clark Distilling Company, Appellant, v. 
The Western Maryland Railway Company and the State of West Virginia; also 
the case of the James Clark Distilling Company, Appellant, v. The American 
Express Company and the State of West Virginia; delivered by the court on 
January 8, 1917. Senate doc. 699. 1917. 12 p. 8°. 

Woman Suffrage. House Committee on the Judiciary . . . Views of the 
minority. [To accompany H. J. Res. No. 1.] House Report 1216, pt. 2. 

Views of the Hon. John M. Nelson of Wisconsin in support of woman suffrage and its adoption by 
national amendment, or the so-called "Susan B. Anthony Amendment." 


Election, Statement of vote at general, held on November 7, 1916, in the state 
of California. Compiled by Frank C. Jordan, secretary of state. 1916. 36 pp. 


Land Colonization and Rural Credits, Commission on. Report . . . 1916. 

87 p. 8°. 

"The legislature of California, in 1915, passed a law providing for a commission to investigate and 
consider the question of land colonization, and the various forms of land banks, cooperative credit unions, 
and other rural credit systems adopted or proposed in this country or elsewhere, with especial view to 
the needs of the rural communities of this state." 

Tax Commission, Report . . . 1917. 1917. 280 p. 8°. 

"An investigation covering a period of a year and four months has been carried on by this commission, 
comprehending the following salient features provided for in an act passed by the forty-first session (of 
the state Legislature) : (a) Report upon all matters covering the subject of revenue and taxation in this 
state, (b) Report upon the burden borne by general property and corporation property, (c) Report 
upon losses of revenue sustained by counties, caused by the withdrawal of railroad property from local 

Tenement House Law (revised), Draft of proposed. 1916. 63 p. 8°. Com- 
mission on Immigration and Housing. 

Water Problems Conference, acting under instructions of the California 
legislature to recommend "a unified state policy with reference to irrigation, 
reclamation, water storage, flood control, municipalities and drainage, with 
due regard to the needs of water power, mining and navigation"., . . Report 
[of the] state. 1916. 125 p. 8°. 


Directory, twenty-first general assembly. Denver (1917). 22 p. 16°. 
Elections, Laws relating to, primary and general. 1916. 246 pp. 8°. Secre- 
tary of state. 


Inaugural message of . . . Marcus H. Holcomb, governor of Connecticut, 
to the general assembly January session, 1917. Hartford, 1917. 16 pp. 8°. 

Taxation, Special commission on. Report of . . . commission appointed 
in 1915, on the subject of taxation, submitted to the general assembly in 1917. 
1917. 44 p. 8°. 

Commission appointed by the governor under resolution approved May 19, 1915, to consider the sub- 
ject of taxation and to codify the laws relating thereto, and to report to the general assembly the result 
of its investigation with such recommendations as seem proper in the premises. 

Wage-earning Women and Girls, Report ... on. 1916. 140 p. 8°. 
(Public doc. Special.) Bureau of Labor and Factory Inspection. 

Special investigation conducted under authority of chapter 233 G. S. of 1913. Charlotte Molyneur 
Hollaway industrial investigator. Chapter 3, devoted to conditions in munitions factories. 


Inaugural Address by Governor Townsend. [Dover, 1917.] 21 pp. 8°. 


Civil Administrative Code of the State of Illinois. Secretary of State. (1917.) 
Governor's Message. Governor Edward P. Dunne's message to the fiftieth 
general assembly, Springfield, 1917. 56 pp. 8°. 


Governor Frank O. Lowden's inaugural address to the fiftieth general 

assembly. Springfield, 1917. 7 pp. 8°. 

Insurance, Addresses .and papers on. By Rufus M. Potts, insurance super- 
intendent State of Illinois. 1917. 489 p. 8°. Insurance Department. 


City Planning, by Frank G. Bates. 1916. 31 pp. 16°. Bulletin No. 8. 
Bureau of Legislative Information. 

Constitution Making in Indiana. A source book of constitutional documents 
with historical introduction and critical notes, by Charles Kettleborough. 1916. 
2 v. v. 1, 1786-1851; v. 2, 1851-1916. 530, 693 p. 8°. Indiana Historical 

At head of title: Indiana historical collections. 

Constitution Making in Indiana, by Charles Kettleborough. 1916. 265 p. 

8° Indiana Historical Commission. 

The above work is a brief condensation of this same subject produced in two volumes and de- 
scribed in the entry immediately preceding. 

Corporate Finance, with proposed new corporation laws and a history of "high 
finance" in Indiana. The control of . By L. H. Oberreich . . . upon request 
of Hon. S. M. Ralston, Governor 1917. 66 p. 16°. Bulletin No. 10. Bureau 
of Legislative Information. 

Public Health, The. Trend of Legislation for the. By Arthur Connors. 1916. 
38 pp. 16°. Bulletin No. 9. Bureau of Legislative Information. 

Taxation, Report of the commission on. 1916. 1916. 408 p. 8°. 

Commission appointed under the provisions of Chapter 114, Acts of 1815, to investigate the problem 
of taxation in Indiana and submit recommendations deemed proper " to make a just and equitable system 
of taxation." 

Governor's Message. House Journal, January 9, 11, 1917. 8°. 

Issue of January 9, contains Governor G.W.Clarke's biennial message. Issue of January 11 contains 
inaugural address of Governor W. L. Harding. 


Civil Service Commission. First annual report ... for the year ended 
June 30, 1916. 1916. 16 pp. 8°. 

Efficiency and Economy Committee, Partial report of the. (December 16 ,1916.) 
1916. 12 p. 8°. 


Amendments to the Constitution of the state of Louisiana adopted by the 
electors of the state ... at the congressional elections held in 1914 and 
1916. . . 1917 80 p. 8°. 


Senate and House Registers. Seventy-eighth legislature, 1917. [Augusta, 
1917]. 49 pp. 16°. 



Registration and Election Laws of Maryland. Baltimore, 1916. 296 pp. 8°. 
Secretary of State. 


Cost of Living, Commission on the. Report on Anthracite coal . . . 
(Dec. 27, 1916). (1917.) 8 p. 8°. 

Minimum Wage in Massachusetts retail stores, Preliminary report on the 
effect of the. 1916. 53 p. 8°. Bulletin No. 12. (Nov.) Minimum Wage 


Michigan Official Directory and legislative manual for the years 1915 and 1916 . 
(Lansing, 1916.) 982 pp. 8°. Secretary of State. 


Cost of State Government, Comparative. By Roy G. Blakey . . . Being 
chapter 10 of the fifth biennial report of the Minnesota Tax Commission. 1916. 
78 p. 8°. Tax Commission. 

Inaugural Message of Governor J. A. A. Burnquist to the legislature of Minne- 
sota. [St. Paul, 1917.] 36 pp. 8°. 


Children's Code Commission, St. Louis. References to Missouri statutes 
relating to children. An annotated and classified reference list of all statutes 
and constitutional provisions in Missouri relating to children. Prepared by the 
Federal Children's Bureau, Washington, D. C. Supplement to the report of the 
Missouri Children's Code Commission. 1917. 67 p. 8°. 

A complete revision of the laws for the welfare of Missouri children. . . . 
December, 1916. (1916.) 160 p. 8°. 

Inaugural Address of Governor Frederick D. Gardner and message to the forty- 
ninth general assembly. Jefferson City. [1917.] 10 pp. 1917. 

Message of Governor Elliott W. Major to the forty-ninth general assembly. 
Jefferson City, 1917. 40 pp. 8°. 

Official Manual of the State of Missouri for the years 1915-1916 . . . [1917] . 
793 p. 8°. Secretary of State. 


Message of Governor S. V. Stewart to the fiftieth legislative assembly of the 
state of Montana, 1917. Helena [1917]. 14 pp. 8°. 


Budget Making for New Hampshire towns, by Edward C. Mabie. 1917. 15 
pp. 8°. State Tax Commission. 

Manual for the General Court, 1917 . . . [1917]. 504 p. 12°. Secretary 
of State. 


Message of . . . Henry W. Keyes, Governor of New Hampshire to the 
. . legislature, January 4, 1917. Concord [1917]. 14 pp. 8°. 
Municipal Finance and accounts, Report of a special investigation relative to. 
1917. 61 pp. 8°. State Tax Commission. 


Elections. Annual returns of the election of 1914, compiled from the official 
returns. . . . Union Hill, 1915. 128 pp. 8°. 

An act to regulate elections (revision of 1898). . . with the amend- 
ments thereto, and other acts concerning elections . . . including instruc- 
tions relative to the duties of officers and voters. Union Hill, 1916. 335 pp. 8°. 

Inaugural Address of Walter E. Edge, governor of New Jersey, to the legisla- 
ture . . . January 16, 1917. Trenton, 1917. 33 pp. 8°. 

Message of James F. Fielder, governor of New Jersey, transmitting budget 
recommendations. . . January 9, 1917. [Trenton, 1917] 44 pp. 8°. 

Third annual message of James F. Fielder, governor of New Jersey, 

to the legislature . . . January 9, 1917. Trenton, 1917. 13 pp. 8°. 

Military Training and instruction in high schools, Commission on. Report 
... to the legislature, session of 1917. 1917. 24 p. 8°. 

Municipal Financing . . . Report of the commission for the survey 
of [1916.] 21 p. 8°. 

Report of the commission to revise and codify the statutes of this state relating 
to cities and other municipalities. . . [Trenton, 1916.] 354 pp. 8°. 


Budget. The governor's budget estimate transmitted to the legislature 
January 3, 1917. [Albany, 1917]. 75 pp. 8°. 

The governor's tentative appropriation act for 1917-18. Transmitted 

to the legislature January 3, 1917. [Albany, 1917]. 714 pp. 8°. 

The Election Law. Being chapter 17 of the consolidated election laws contain- 
ing amendments of 1916, togetherwith notes and instructions and political calen- 
dar. Albany, 1916. 357 pp. 8°. Secretary of State. 

Foods and Markets, Joint report on, of the governor's market commission, 
Mayor Mitchell's food supply commission and the Wicks legislative committee. 
Transmitted to the legislature January 3, 1917. Albany, 1917. 23 pp. 8°. 


Comparative Statistics. Cities, counties, schools. 1914. [1916.] 212 pp. 
8°. Auditor of State. 


Election Laws of the state of Oklahoma, primary and general (indexed). 
[Oklahoma City, 1916.] 72 pp. 8°. Slate election board. 


Estimate of Expenditures (budget), 1917-18. [Salem, 1916.] 49 pp. fol. 
Secretary of Stale. 


Message of James Withycombe, governor of Oregon, to the twenty-ninth 
legislative assembly, 1917. Salem, 1916. 16 pp. 8°. 


Journal of the Senate of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania . . . 1915, 
Harrisburg, 1916. 3 v. 8°. 

Governor Teller's biennial message, pp. 17-39; Governor Brumbaughs' inaugural message, pp. Ill— 

Juvenile Courts and dependent, neglected, incorrigible and delinquent chil- 
dren, A compilation of laws relating to. Harrisburg, 1916. 112 pp. 8°. 

Legislative Directory. Containing names of the heads of departments and 
lists of senators and members . . . Session of 1917. Harrisburg, 1916. 54 pp. 
24°. Senate Librarian. 


Third Annual Message of R. Livingston Beekman, governor of . . . Rhode 
Island ... to the General Assembly .... 1917. Providence, 1917. 
16 pp. 8°. 


The Election Law. Instructions and directions for commissioners and mana- 
gers of elections. Columbia, [1916.] 35 pp. 8°. Secretary of State. 


Elections. Secretary of state. Fourteenth biennial report . . . 1916 
primary . . . and general election returns. Pierre, [1916.] 231 pp. 8°. 


Manual of Parliamentary Procedure, rules of the senate, rules of the house of 
representatives, and joint rules of the senate and house of representatives 
December 1, 1916. [1916.] 59 pp. 8°. Joint committee on revision of rules 
and of the manual of parliamentary practice. 


Message of John B. Kendrick, governor of Wyoming to the fourteenth state 
tegislature, 1917. Laramie, 1917. 18 pp. 8°. 


Alta Comisi6n International de legislaci6n uniforme, Actas, informes, resolu- 
ciones y documentacion general de la. Reunida en Buenos Aires del 3 al 12 de 
Abril de 1916 bajo la presidencia del excmo. Senor ministro de hacienda; Doctor 
Don Francisco J. Oliver. Publicacion Official. Buenos Aires. 1916. 1092 p. 



Commonwealth Statistical Digest, 1916. 1916. 130 p. 32°. Department 
of Home Affairs. 

Historical Records of Australia. Series 1. Governors' despatches to and 
from England, v. 8: July 1813-Dec. 1815. 1916. 739 p. 8°. Parliament, Li- 
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Staatsschulden mit Ende des I. Semesters 1915-16 (31 Dezember 1915), Nach- 
weisung der Staatsschulden — Kontroll — Kommission des Reichsrates Ober der. 
Beilage zum amtlichen Teile der Wiener Zeitung vom 23. September 1916, 
Wien, 1916. 58 p. 4°. 


Convenios Diplomiaticos. Compilatospor Y. T. Mera . . . laserie. Quito 
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Regime de l'Alcool par M. Edourd Barthe, depute, Avis presents au nom de la 
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Regime de l'Alcool par M. Tournan, depute^ Rapport fait au nom de la commis- 
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loi sur le. No. 2034 Chambre des Deputes .... Session de 1916. Paris 
1916. 850 p. 4°. 

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Reprise de l'activite economique dans les regions qui ont 6t6 momentanement 
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Reichsschuldenkommission, Bericht der. [1916.] 55 p. 4°. Reichstag 
13 Legislatur. Periode II. Session 1914-16. Anlagen zu der Stenographischen 
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Armenians in the Ottoman Empire 1915-16, The treatment of. Documents 
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Deportation of Belgians to Germany and the forced labour imposed upon them 
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Electoral Reform, Conference on. Letter from Mr. Speaker to the Prime 
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Food Supply of the United Kingdom, The. A report drawn up by a Committee 
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Industrial Fatigue by physiological methods by A. F. Stanley Kent. . . , 
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