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de los Rios, Giner, 164

Ritchie, David G., Art. 385-411, 469
de Roberty, 77

Robinson, James Harvey, Art. 203-43,
469, 534

Robinson, Ralph, 415

Rodbertus, 267, 478

Schmoller, G., 84, 85, 275, 276, 141,142,
244-5 et seq., 330, 363, 478, 515, 517
et seq.

v. Schönberg, G., 96, 97, 256, 283, 284
Schulte, 234

Schultze, A. S., 283
Schurman, 513

Rogers, James Edwin Thorold, P. N. Schuyler, Eugene, 292

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Rowe, Leo S., Art. 78-102, 136, 296, Sheppard, R. D., 526

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Sherman, 216, 224 et seq.

Sherwood, 711

Sidgwick, Henry, 265, 513
Sidney, Algernon, 400
da Silva, 164
Silvestri, J., 657, 660
Simoncelli, L., 659
Singer, I., 100, 286
Singh, Runjeet, 386
Siragusa, A., 657

Small, A. W., 526

Smart, William, T. B., 310-12, 375

Smith, Adam, 246, 299, 311, 329, 332.

338, 380, 429 et seq, 615, 680-81

Smith, Charles Lee, R. 500-503, P. N.

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Stephen, 404

Stephenson, Andrew, 295

Sterne, Simon, 713

Sternfeld, R., 85

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Stevenson, Edward Luther, P. N. 478, Ugo, G. B., 656

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Ulbrich, J., 99, 285, 285
Ullmann, D., 99, 282
Ulpian, 566, 570

Umphenbach, C., 92, 281
Unger, J., 286

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v. Sunnegg u Morberg, V. Mor, 295, Walker, F. A., 133, 155, 374, 442, 526

Summonte, C., 657

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et seq., 617 et seq.

Walker, Robert, 715

Wallace, 513

Walpole, 698

Walras, 365, 367

v. Walterhausen, A. Sartorius F., 96

Ward, Lester F., 69

Warham, 170

Waring, George E., 712

Warner, Amos G., R. 495-8, 526

Warschauer, O., 93, 281, P. N. 301, 523
Washington, George, 398, 492
Wasserab, C., 282

Watson, David, 708

Waürin, Louis, P. N. 479

Wautrain-Cavagnari, V., 656

Wayland, Francis, 717

Weeden, William B., B. 697 et seq.

Weiss, 287

Weizsäcker, J., 84

Wells, D. C., 526

Welsh, Herbert, 714

Wergeland, Agnes M., 295

Werunsky, E., 99
Wessely, C., 344, 465
West, Gerald M., 294
Westerkamp, J., 93, 94
Weston, S. Burns, 513

Wetherell, Jane J., Trans. Art 103-31,
135, Trans. 462-8
Wharton, Joseph, 709
Whewell, 566

White, S. S., 714

Whitney, Edson Leon, 294

Whitney, James D, 710

Whitney, James S., 713

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v. Wieser, F., 99, 262, 263 et seq., 285, Woodford, Arthur B., R. 322

286, P. N. 297, 366 et seq., 678

Will, Thomas Elmer, 296
William II. (Prussia), 484
Williams, Ellis D., 714

Williams, Frank Beverly, 296
Willoughby, Westel W., 296
Willyers, John, 423

Wilson, 221, 224 et seq.

Wilson, 682

Wilson, R. K., 390

Woodward, C. M., B. 702 et seq., 715
Woolsey, 589, 682

Wright, C. D., 133, 526 et seq.

Wright, R. J., 712

Wrigley, 712

Yeardley, 541

Young, Ernest, 290

Zahn, F., 518

Wilson, W., 133, P. N. 138, B. 148, R. Zanichelli, D., 660

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Zanzucchi, F., 657

Zeller, 560

Zenner, C., 83

Zichina, P. Demurtas, 658

Zorli, Albert, 145, 656

Zorn, Ph., 92, 280, 281

Zucconi, G., 659

Zuckerkandl, R. 100, 286, 368

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

N. B.-Names of articles are printed in small capitals.

Acts for rendering voting compulsory,

608-614

ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY, 350-360,

720

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ballot 21, weak points of Cana-
dian Constitution 21, strong points
22. Divorce in Canada 23. Rela-
tion, to the United States, 24
Constitutional History of Canada"
44 Federal Government in
Canada," by J. G. Bourinot; re-
viewed, 480

and

"The Constitution of Canada," by J.
E. C. Munro; reviewed, 149
Capital, relation to wages, 56 and pas-
sim.

"Capital and Interest," by E. Böhm-

Bawerk, translated by Wm. Smart ;
reviewed, 310

"Conflicts of Capital and Labor," by

George Howell; reviewed, 495
Carolinas, Colonial Government of, 547
Charity, "Charity Organization," by C.
S. Loch; reviewed, 500
Cities, free, needed in U. S., 41
Colonies, American Constitutions a basis
of State Constitutions, 207. See also
Constitution, Genesis of a written.
Commerce, Regulation of, by Congress,
extent of power, 195
Compulsory voting. See Voting.
Connecticut, Colonial Government of,
550. See also Towns.
Constitution of Connecticut in 1639,179;
Sovereignty under British Constitu-
tion, 389. See Original-package;
see also Canada.
ORIGINAL AND DERIVED FEATURES
OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE
UNITED STATES, 203-243. Popular
views 203, Analogy with Great
Britain 206, Beginnings of the
Constitution in the colonies 207.

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England, by William B. Weeden;
reviewed, 697
Economic Review, 511
Ethics, and Natural Law, 575
Election evils and remedies. See Voting.
Electoral College, Origin of, 225
Emigratiom, "Emigration and Immigra-
tion," by Richmond Mayo Smith; re-
viewed, 156

Employer, his economic function, 47 et

seq.

Enclosures in England, 422
English Constitution, "Origin and

Growth of the English Constitution,"
by Hannis Taylor; reviewed, 145
Evolution, influence on sociology, 72
Executive in Federal System, origin of
constitutional provisions, 221-233

Federal Courts, 511

State Constitutions 208, the legis- Economic and Social History of New
lative 211-221, bi-cameral system
211, proportional representation of
lower house 213, qualifications of
electors 213, term of members 213,
Senate 214, members 215, choice
of Senators by Legislatures 216,
equality of States 217, length of
terms 217. Prerogatives of the
houses 219, the Executive 221-
233, a single person 221, proposal
of a Council 223, mode of choos-
ing Executive 225, Vice-President
230, veto 230. Judiciary 233-242,
establishment of 233, jurisdiction
234, State and National powers 236,
power to negative State laws pro-
posed 237, interpretation by the
courts of the Constitution 240;
résumé of original and derived fea-
tures, 242
GENESIS OF a WritteN CONSTI-
TUTION, 529-557. Value of unwrit-
ten constitutions 529, American
Constitution a growth 530, not a
copy of English institutions 531,
not based on custom 533, true
origin of U. S. Constitution 534.
Government of the early commer-
cial companies 535. First Virginia
charters 537, second charter 538,
third charter 539. Colonial Con-
stitutions in Maryland 544, in
Carolina 547, Massachusetts 548,
Connecticut 550, Rhode Island 552,
New York 553, New Jersey 554.
Pennsylvania 554. General type of
colonial governments 555, continu-
ations of the companies 556, and
products of statutory legislation 555
"The Union-State,' by John C.
Hurd; reviewed, 498
Cosmology, Relation of Natural Law
to, 566

Cost of Production, 368 et seq.
Criminal, "The Criminal," by Have-
lock Ellis; reviewed, 319
Criminal Law. INTERNATIONAL CRIM-
INAL LAW ASSOCIATION, 159-164.
Founding of the organization, 159.
Constitution and principles, 159:
membership, 162; publications, 162
Deduction in Economics. See Political
Economy.

Degrees of Doctor of Philosophy con-
ferred, 293-295

Dictionary of Political Economy, 510
Divorce, in Canada, 23

Federal Government, "An Introduction
to the Study of Federal Government,"
by A. B. Hart; reviewed, 687
Foreign voters, 603
Fellowships for 1890-91, 295-297

Freedom, "A Short History of Anglo-
Saxon Freedom," by James K. Hos-
Freedom of the Will, in the light of
mer; reviewed, 492
sociology, 73

GERMAN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION. 515-
520. Its origin 515, history 516, meet-
ing at Frankfort 517, reform of local
administration 518, labor question

518

Germany, its Universities. See Instruc-

tion.

Giornale degli Economisti, 145
Government, Decay of Local and State.
See State.

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O Civil Government in the United
States," by John Fiske; reviewed,
488

Essays on Government," by A.
Lawrence Lowell; reviewed, 147

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East India Company, Mode of govern- Instruction. INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC

ment, 535

LAW AND POLITICAL ECONOMY

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