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160. Custody of State Funds.-E. R.
BUCKLEY

• $0.15 161. Problem of Sociology.--GEORG SIMMEL

15 162. Railway Departments for the

Relief and Insurance of Em

ployes.-E. R. JOHNSON . . . 35 163. The Theory of Social Forces.

S. N. PATTEN. Paper, $1.00;
Cloth. .

1.50 164. Nicaragua Canal and the Mon

roe Doctrine.-L. M. KEAS-
BEY

25 165. Advantages of the Nicaragua

Route.-J. W. MILLER . . . 15 166. Nicaragua Canal and the Eco

nomic Development of the
United States.-E. R. JOHN-
SON

15 167. Multiple Money Standard.—J. ALLEN SMITH

50 168. An Early Essay on Proportional

Representation.-E. J. JAMES 25 169. Rudolf von Gneist.-C. BORN

25 170. Individual Determinism and

Social Science.-G. FIAMINGO 15 171. Constitution of Belgium.-JOHN M. VINCENT .

50 172. An Examination of Bryce's

American Commonwealth.
E. J. JAMES

25 173. Political and Municipal Legisla

tion in 1895.-E. DANA DUR-
AND

25 174. Formulation of Normal Laws.S. N. PATTEN

25 175. Recognition of Cuban Belligerency.-A. S. HERSHEY

15 176. Principles of Sociology.-L. F. WARD

25 177. Fusion of Political Parties.-D. S. REMSEN.

15 178. Pennsylvania Paper Money.C. W. MACFARLANE

50 179. Railway Pooling.-MARTIN A. KNAPP.

25 180. Growth of the French Canadian

Race in America.-JOHN DA-
VIDSON

25 181. Financial Procedure in the State

Legislatures.-E. L. BOGART 25

182. The Union Pacific Railway.J. P. DAVIS

$0.35 183. Uncertainty as a Factor in Pro

duction.-EDW. A. Ross .. 25 184. Relation of Sociology to Psy

chology.-S. N. PATTEN 25 185. Postal Savings Banks.-E. T. HEYN

25 186. A Neglected Chapter in the Life

of Comte.-W. H. SCHOFF . . 25 187. New Academic Degrees at Paris.

-C. W. A. VEDITZ. Courses
in Politics and Journalisti at

Lille.-E. P. OBERHOLTZER . 15 188. The High School System.-L. R. HARLEY

15 189. First Apportionment of Federal

Representatives in the United

States.-EDMUND J. JAMES . 35 190. Crime and the Census.-RO

LAND P. FALKNER 191. Values, Positive and Relative, W.G. L. TAYLOR .

35 192. Current Transportation Topics. -E. R. JOHNSON

15 193. Concentration of Industry, and

Machinery in the United
States.-É. LEVASSEUR

25 194. Silver Free Coinage and the

Legal Tender Decisions.-C.
G. TIEDEMAN

15 195. Quantity Theory of Money.WM. A. Scott.

15 196. Political and Municipal Legisla

tion in 1896.-E. DANA DU-
RAND

15 197. Genius, Fame and the Compari

son of Races.-C. H, COOLEY 35 198. Handbook of the American

Academy of Political and

Social Science.-1897 edition 1.00 199. Silver in China. TALCOTT

WILLIAMS
200. State Constitutions of the Amer-

ican Revolution.-W. C. WEB-
STER..

35 201. The Immigration Question.Jos. H. SENNER

25 202. The Greater New York Charter. - JAMES W. PRYOR . .

25 203. Over-Nutrition and Its Social

Consequences.-S. N. PATTEN 25

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No. 204. Rousseau and the French Revo- 226. Sociology Applied to Politics, lution.-C. H. LINCOLN

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Social Theories and Russian

Conditions.-F. SIGEL $0.25 205. The George Junior Republic.WILLIAM I. HULL.

15 227. Political and Municipal Legisla206. The Shiftless and Floating City

tion in 1897.-E. DANA DUPopulation.-E. T. DEVINE .

15 15 207. The Problems of Political

228. Intervention and the RecogniScience.-L. S. ROWE...

tion of Cuban Independence. 25 -A. S. HERSHEY .

25 208. Administrative Centralization and Decentralization in Eng

229. Municipality and the Gas Supland.-J. T. YOUNG .

ply.--LEO S. Rowe

25 25 209. The Philosophical Basis of Eco

230. Causes Affecting Railway Rates nomics.-S. SHERWOOD.

and Fares. —WALTER E. WEYL 25

35 210. Current Transportation Topics,

231. Study and Teaching of SociolII.-E. R. JOHNSON.

15
ogy.-S. M. LINDSAY .

35

232. Sociology and Philanthrophy.-
211. Bulletin of the Academy.--New

F. H. WINES.
Series, No. 1

15 212. The Political Philosophy of

233. Relation of the Colonial FeeAristotle.—ISAAC Loos.

System to Political Liberty.-
25
T. K. URDAHL

25
213. Utility and Cost as Determin-
ants of Value.-CARL STROE-

234. Oscillations in Politics. A.

LAWRENCE LOWELL
VER ..

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25
214. Bulletin of the Academy.-New

235. The War as a Suggestion of Series, No. 2

Manifest Destiny. - H. H.
POWERS

25
215. The Administration of Prussian
Railroads.-B. H. MEYER . .

236. Australian Experiments in In

dustry.—HELEN P. BATES 25 216. The Place of the Political and Social Sciences in Modern

237. Bulletin of the Academy.-New

Series, No. 6
Education.-E. J. JAMES . . 25
217. Bulletin of the Academy.-New

238. The Unit of Investigation in Series, Nos. 3 and 4.

Sociology.-S. M. LINDSAY 15

239. Fiat Money and Currency Infla218. Economic Relation of Life In

tion in New England from 1620 surance to Society and State.

to 1789.-F. F. MCLEOD.
-L. G. FOUse aud MILES M.
DAWSON

35 240. The Development of the Cen

sus.-R. P. FALKNER 219. Study of the Negro Problems.

25 W. E. B. Du Bois .

25 241. Bulletin of the Academy.-New 220. Administrative Centralization

Series, No. 7 . . and Decentralization in 242. The Legal Status of California, France.-JAMES T. YOUNG. 25

1846–1849.-R. D. HUNT. 25 221. Relation of Postal Savings 243. The Growth of Great Cities in Banks to Commercial Banks.

Area and Population.-E. J.
J. H. HAMILTON

15
JAMES

25 222. Bulletin of the Academy.-New 244. The Final Report of the MoneSeries, No. 5

tary Commission. — F. H.

CLEVELAND
Effects
223. Economic
of Ship

25 Canals.-J. A. FAIRLIE

25 245. Bulletin of the Academy.-New 224. Handbook of the American

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Series, No. 8 Academy of Political and So- 246. Political and Municipal Legislacial Science.-1898 edition . . 1.00

tion in 1898.-E. D. DURAND 15 225. Proposed Reforms of the Mone- 247. Sociology and Economics.-L. tary System.--J. F. JOHNSON . 25

F. WARD.

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248. Wealth and Welfare.-H. H. 268. Bulletin of the Academy.-New
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$0.10 249. Bulletin of the Academy.—New 269. Political Evolution and Civil Series, No. 9 ..

Service Reform.-H. J. FORD 15 250. Regulation and Nationalization 270. Political and Municipal Legislaof the Swiss Railway. – H.

tion in 1899.-R. H. WHITTEN 15 DIETLER. Translated into English by B. H. MEYER 50

271 The Organization and Financial

Powers of the Department of 251. A Function of the Social Settle

Education.-J. T. YOUNG and ment.-JANE ADDAMS .

25
L. S. ROWE.

35 252. 252. Tendencies in Primary Legisla

272. A Decade of Economic Theory. tion.-W. J. BRANSON .

-R. T. ELY

25 253. Outlines of Sociology. – L. 273. Bulletin, New Series, No. 12.

GUMPLOWICZ, Translated into
English by F. W. MOORE. 274. The Government of a Typical
Paper, $1; Cloth

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Prussian City.-Halle a/s.-
E. J. JAMES .

35 254. Economic Aspects of Charity Organization.-C. E. PREVEY 15

275. Tendencies in the Taxation of

Transportation Companies in 255. The Philadelphia Nominating

the United States. — R. C. System.-W. J. BRANSON

MCCREA ,

25 256. The Relative Stability of Gold and Silver.-E. S. MEADE

276. Proportional Representation 35

and the Debates upon the 257. The Constitutional Position of

Electoral Question in Belthe German Emperor. - P.

gium.-ERNEST MAHAIM . . 25 ZORN

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277. The Doctrine and Practice of 258. Taxation of Quasi-Public Cor

Intervention in Europe.-W. porations in the State of Ohio

E. LINGELBACH

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and the Franchise Tax.-F. C.
HOWE

25
278. The Currency Law of 1900.-
R. P. FALKNER

25 259. Securities as a Means of Payment.-C. A. CONANT

25
279. The American Newspaper: A

Study in Social Psychology.260. Economic Aspects of British

D. F. WILCOX

35 Agriculture.-J. F. CROWELL 15

280. Politics and Administration.261.-The Terms and Tenor of the

HENRY JONES FORD

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Clayton-Bulwer Treaty. – L.
M. KEASBEY ..

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281. The Law of the Value of Money.
-CHARLES A, CONANT

25 262. Franchises or Monopolies-Their

Public Ownership and Opera- 282, Natural Rights.-A. INGLIS
tion.-H. E. TREMAIN

IS
CLARK .

15 263. The Recent Production of Sil- 283. The Ethical and Political Prinver and its Probable Future

ciples of Expansion.—Tal-
E. S. MEADE .

15
COTT WILLIAMS

15 264. Bulletin of the Academy.-New 284. Representation in State LegisSeries, No. 10

latures.-GEORGE H. HAYNES 75 265. The South African Conflict-Its 285. Financial Aspects of the Trust Legal and Political Aspects.

Problem.-EDWARD S. MEADE 50 F. A. CLEVELAND.

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286. Law and Practice of the United 266. Railway Driscriminations and

States in the Acquisition and
Industrial Combinations. — C.

Government of Dependent
A. PROUTY ..

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Territory.-CARL BECKER . . 15 267. The Rise of the National Board 287. Drunkenness and the Weather. of Health.-W. H. ALLEN. 15

-EDWIN G, DEXTER

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