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HONORARY AND CORRESPONDING MEMBERS.

In America.

Miss Elizabeth P. Peabody, Boston,

Mass. Henry Barnard, LL. D., Hartford,

Conn. Charles L. Brace, Esq., 19 East 4th

Street, New York. Moncure Daniel Conway, Esq.,

Brooklyn, N. Y. Major-Gen. 0. 0. Howard, Portland,

Oregon. Edmund A. Meredith, Esq., Welling

ton Street East, Toronto, Canada. Rev. Frederick N. Knapp, Plymouth,

Mass. Hon. Domingo F. Sarmiento, Buenos

Ayres. Lewis A. Sayre, M. D., 795 Broad

way, New York. Prof. Daniel Wilson, Toronto, Can.

In Great Britain and Ireland. Thomas Hughes, M. P., London. Sir Walter Crofton, The Close, Win

chester. Prof. J. E. Thorold Rogers, M. P.,

Oxford. Lord Radstock, London. Miss Frances Power Cobbe, 24

Cheyne Walk, London, S. W. Edwin Chadwick, Esq., C. B., Park

Cottage, East Sheen. Henry Dunning McLeod, Esq., Ox

ford and Cambridge Club, London. Alfred Field, Esq., Birmingham. Thomas H. Barker, Esq., Manches

ter. G. W. Hastings, Esq., M. P., Lon

don. Henry W. Acland, M. D., F. R. S.,

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

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

Scotland. Lord Hobhouse, 15 Bruton Street,

London.

In France.

M. Bonneville de Marsangy, 7 Rue

de Penthievre, Paris. M. Jules Simon, Paris. M. Emile Muller, Paris. M. Joseph Garnier, 14 Rue Richelieu,

Paris.
M. August Laugel, 19 Rue de la Ville

l'Evêque, Paris.
M. Emile Cacheux, Paris.
M. Emile Trelat, Paris.
M. F. Boussin, Paris.

In Germany.

Dr. Franz von Holtzendorff, Royal

University, Munich.
Dr. Ernest Engel, Royal Statistical

Bureau, Berlin.
M. Arthur Raffalovich, Frankfort.

In Italy.

Signor Martino Beltrani-Scalia,

Rome. Prof. C. F. Gabba, Pisa. Princess Hélène Koltzoff Massalsky,

Villa d'Istria, Florence. Prof. Alberto de Errera, Cavaliere

della Corona d'Italia, Venice.

In Greece.

Aristides Dossios, Athens.

In Hungary.

M. E. Horn, M. P., Budepest.

In Holland.

Dr. W. F. M. Gori, Amsterdam.
M. P. Buls, Brussels.

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LIFE MEMBERS.

Nlinois.
Myers, Sydney, Chicago.

Maine.
Hill, Rev. Thomas, Portland.

Massachusetts.

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Angell, Geo. T., Montgomery Place,

Boston.
Baker, William E., 63 Chester Sq.,

Boston.
Barnard, James M., Boston.
Barnard, Mrs. James M., Boston.
Blatchford, J. S., 13 Exchange St.,

Boston.
Bradford, Gamaliel, '113 Exchange

Street, Boston.
Brimmer, Martin, 47 Beacon Street,

Boston.
Eliot, Mrs. Samuel, 44 Brimmer St.,

Boston.
Endicott, William, Jr., 10 Mt. Ver-

non Street, Boston.
Farwell, Mrs. A. G., 16 Beacon St.,

Boston.
Forbes, John M., 30 Sears' Building,

Boston.

Gray, Hon. William, 20 Mt. Vernon

Street, Boston.
Little, James L., 2 Commonwealth

Ave., Boston.
Lincoln, D. F., Boston.
Lodge, Mrs. J. E., 31 Beacon Street,

Boston.
May, Miss Abby W., 3 Exeter Street,

Boston.
Pierce, Hon. Henry L., 158 State

Street, Boston.
Robeson, William R., 212 Beacon

Street, Boston.
Sanborn, F. B., Concord.
Sanborn, Mrs. Louisa L, Concord.
Warren, S. D., 67 Mt. Vernon St.,

Boston.
Wigglesworth, Edward, M.D., 79

Boylston Street, Boston.
Wolcott, Roger, 8 Pemberton Square,

Boston.

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New York. Cole, William A., 41 Broad Street, Letchworth, W. P., Porta geville. New York City.

Libbey, Jonas M., 47 Park Avenue, Dike, Henry A., New York City. New York City. Dodge, William E., Jr., 11 Cliff St., Pierrepont, Edwards, New York City. New York City.

Stokes, Anson P., 45 Wall St., New Dodge, Charles C., New York City. York City. Field, David Dudley, 4 Pine Street, Stokes, Thomas, 45 Wall Street, New New York City.

York City. Field, Cyrus W., New York City. Villard, Mrs. Henry, New York City. Herrman, Mrs. H., 59 W. 66th St., Ward, J. Q. A., 9 West 48th Street, New York.

New York City.
Hewitt, Abram S., 17 Burling Slip, Ware, William R., New York City,
New York City.

Columbia College.
Hoe, Col. Richard M., 29 Gold St., Wolcott, Miss Ella L., Elmira.
New York City.

Young, J. Edward, New York City James, D. Willis, New York City. Roosevelt, Theodore, 32 Pine Street, Kirkland, Hon. Charles P., 21 Nassau New York.

Street, New York City.

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OTHER STATES.

W. G. Hammond, St. Louis, Missouri. | Francis Wayland, LL. D., New Ha-
Prof Goldwin Smith, Toronto, Can.
J. W. Hoyt, Cheyenne, Wyoming.

ven, Conn.

PUBLICATIONS OF THE ASSOCIATION.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWO.-Current Record of the Association. I. Immigration-Frederick Kapp. II.

The American Census-James A. Garfield. IIl. The Mode of Procedure in Cases of Contested Elections

Heury L. Dawes. IV. The Public Charities of the State of New York-Theodore W. Dwight. V. The

Public Libraries of the United States-Ainsworth R. Spofford. VI. The Science of Transportation-Joseph

D. Potts. VII. Vaccination-A Report presented by I'rancis Bacon, William A. llanmond, 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. IIcalth Laws and their

Administration-Elisha Ilarris. XII. an International Code-D. D. Field. XIII. General Intelligence.

XIV. Consstution. XV. List of New Members. XVI. List of Works relating to Social Science published

in 1860.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TUBEE.-I. Public Farks and the Enlargement of Towns-F. L. Olmsted. II. Art

Education in America-C. C. Perkins. III. Civilization and Ilealth-Francis Bacon. IV. American

System of latents-S. A. Duncan. V: Nature and Sphere of Police Power-T.D. Woolsey; VI. legisla-
tion and Social Science-E. L. Godkin. VII. Representation of Minoritics-D. D. Field. VIII. Rcla.

tions of Business Men to National Legislation-!1. A. 1111. IX. Houses in the Countıy for Working lion-

G. B. Emerson. X. Minority Representation in Europe, Thomas Harc. XI. Application of Nir llare's

system of Voting, to the Nomination of Overscers of Harvard College-W. R. Ware. Xli. General

Intelligence. 1. Home. 2. Foreign.

NUMBER FOUR is out of print, as well as NUMBER ONE.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER FIVE.-I. Municipal Government-Dorman B. Eaton. II. Higher Education of

Women-T. W. Iligginson. III. Restoration of the Currency-Joseph S. Ropes. lv. Some Results of

the Census-Francis A. Walker. V. l'ublic Vaccination-F. P. Foster. VI. The International-David A.

Wasson. VII. Legislation in Relation to Pharmacy-G. F. II. Murkoe. VIII. General Intelligence.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER SIX.-General Meeting at New York. 1. 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. Paupcrism in the City of New

York. VI. The Farmers' Movement in the Western States-Willard C. Flaca VII. Ocean Lancs for

Steamship Navigation-Prof. B. Peirce. VIII. Rational Principles of Taxation-David A. Weils. IX.

American Railroads-Gardiner G. Hubbard. x. Reformation of Prisoners--2. R. Brockway. XI. The

Deut-Mute College at Washington-Edward M. Gallaudet. XII. The Protection of Animals-George T.

Angell. XIII. American Finance, Prof. W. G. Sumner.

CONTENTS OF NUMER SEVEN.-I. Private Property upon the Sea-Rev. Dr. Woolsey.. II. Conference of

Boards of Ilealth. III. School Hygiene)-Drs. V. E. Lincoln and A. L. Carroll. Tv. Tent Ilospitals

Dr. J. L. Jenkins. V. National, State, and Sectarian Universities–A. D. White and Dr. MeCosli. VI.

Free lending libraries-W. W. Greenough. VII. The Young Men's Christian Association-Ceplias

Brainard. VIII. Occan Lanes. IX. Prison Reform in Europe and America- Dr. Wines and F. B. San-

born. 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. Sanbom. III. Progress in International Law-J. B. Angell. IV. The

Experiment of Civil Service Refom-Domman B. Eaton. V. The Treatment of the Guilty-W. G. Elliot.

VI. Health in Schools-Drs. D. T. 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

Insurance for the Poor-Elizur Wright and Sheppard Ilomans. X. Legal Education-W. G. Hammond.

XI. The Detroit Meetin

CONTENTS OF NUMBER NINE.-1. Social Science in Theory and in Practice-F. B. Sanbot. II. The Sil.

ver Question-W. Stanley Jerons. III. The Silver Question-B. F. Nourse. IV. Savings Banks-John
P. Tuwnsene. Vi lascal Taxation-William Minot, Jr. VI. Industrial and Social Aspects of the Southeru
Question-W.... Trenholm. VII. Education in the Southern State-T. M. lagan. VIII. The Naviga-
tion Laws of Great Britain anıl of the United States-Ilamilton A. IIill. IX. Thi Tarifi Question-llorace
White. X. Custom Hloue Forms-Henry D. Ilyde. XI. State and Municipal Government-Samuel

Bowles. XII. Municipal Economy-Daniel L. Harris.

CONTENTS OF NUMER TEN-Transactions of the Association 1879. I. American Education, 1800-1879.

Annual Address liy President Gilman. 11. The Method of Soudy in Social Science-William T. llarris.

II. Report of the D«partment of Education-Virs. I. T. Tallot. IV. The Voting of Women in School

Elections. P. Peabody. V. Relations of Christianity to the Common Law-JI. B. Anderson. VI. The

Piace of the Practice. Nan in American Public Afiairs-Hamilton Andrews llill. VII. Chinese Immigra-

tions. Wells Williams. VIII. The United States and The Declaration of Paris - Thieudore S, Woolsey.

IX. Recent Changes in our State Constitutions-Simcon E. Baldwin. X. The Policy of latent Lars-

Frederic II. Betts. XI, The Sewerage of the Smaller Towns-George E. Waring, Jr. XII. Industrial

Arbitration and Conciliation-Joseplı D. Wecks.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER ELEVEN,-Report of the Annual Meeting, 1980. List of Members. I. Southern

Questions. 1. The Negro Exodus from the Gulf States-Frederick Douglass. 2. The Emigration or

Colored Citizens from the Southern States-R. T. Greener. 3. Colored Schools in Virginia - Irs. Orra

Langhorne. II. Recent Changes in the West-Robert P. Porter. III. A Report on Prutection from

Casualties in the rise of Machinery-Prof, William Watson. IV, International Coinage-Robert Noxon

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

%. The Care of Poor and Vicious Children-Charles L. Bracc. 3. Social Economy in Illinois, Urs. There

bert. 4. Co-operative Distribution-Wm. A. Ilovey. 6. Co-operation in Englund - James Samuelson

Saratura l'apers of 1877. 1. Extradition-Sheldon Amos. 2. Graduate Courses at Law Schools, Prof s

E. B....win

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWELVE-Professor Peirce's Cincinnati Address: The National Importance of

Social Science in the United States. President Gilman's Opening Address Report of the General Secre-

tary, by F. B. Sanborn. Report of the Treasurer and Publication Committee: Prof. Wayland and F. B.

Sanborn. Papers of the Education Departinent. I. Report on Kindergarten Schools-Prof. llarris, Mrs.

Talbot. II. The Relation of the Public Library to the Public Schools--Samuel S. Green. III. Educa-

tional Progress in England - Miss Edith Simcox. IV. Home Life in Some of its Relations to Schools

Miss Mary W. Hlinman. 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 Chari-

ties. A. "The Principle and Advantage of Association in Charities-Rev. D.O. Kellogg. B. General and

Special Methods of Operation--Rev. O. C. McCulloch. C. The Necd and Work of Volunteer Visitors

R. T. Painc, Jr. D. The Care and Saving of Neglected Children - Miss Anna Ilallowell. II. The Princi.

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

B. Bartlett. IV. The Justifying Value of a Public Park-F. L. Olnısted. Constitution, Officers and

Members of the Association.

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

Department: I. Pensions in a Republic-Frederick J. Kingsbury. II. Moder Legislation Touching

Marital Property Rights-Ienry Hitchcock, LLD, III. The German Socialist Law of October 21, 1678

Henry W. Farnam." IV. The Study of Anatomy, llistorically and Legally Considered-Edward Níusscy

Hartwell, M.A. Papers of the Ilealth Department: I. The Treatnient of Insanity in its Economic

Aspect-Walter Channing, M.D. II. Adulterations in Food-Prof. S. W. Johnson. Debate on Adultera-

tions, Remarks of George T. Angel. General Papers: I. Christianity and the Relations of Nations-

Charles L. Brace. Il. Indctemuinate Sentences and their Results in New York-2. R. Brockway. III.

Changes in American Society-Julia Ward Howe. Appendix; 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 Three-fold Aspect of

Social Science. Report of the General Secretary, F. B. Sanborn. IV, Civil Service Reform, an Aduress

by George W. Curtis. , V. The American Newspaper-Charles Dudley Warner, vl. Prohibitory Legisla-

tion-P. Emory Aldrich. VII. Province of Le sislation in the Suppression of Intemperance-F. W. Bird.

VIII. License and Prohibition-Rev. Lonard W. Lacon. IX. The Moral Statistics of the United States

-Dr. Woolsey, X. Divorce Laws-Prof. W. C. Robinson. XI. Lax Divorce Legislation-Rev. S. W.

Dike. XII. Address on Health and Insanity-Wnitor Chauning, JI.D. XIII. Wowen Practising Media

cinc-Dr. E. F. Pope. XIV. Constitution, List ut Members, unicers and Committees of the Association.

CONTENTS OF NUMDER FIFTTIX.-I. Papers on Infant Development-Prof. Ilarris, Mr. Darwin, Mr. Alcotta

Dr. Preyer, 11. Taine, ctc. 11. Report of Mirs. Talbot. III. Religious and Moral Lducation of Children- .

Prof. G. S. Hall. IV, Treatment f Incipient Insanity-Mary Putnan-Jacobi, MI). V. Debate on

Insanity-Prof. W. T. Hanis, Ir. Chen, F. B. Sanborn, etc. vi. Papers on Building Associations-
R. T. Beine, Jr., and Addison B. Lark. VII. Homes for the People in Washington-John Ilitz. VIII.

Art in its Relation to the People Martin Drinumer.

CONTENTS OF VUMBER SIXTEEN:- Papers of the Ilealth Department: I. Address of the Chairman-Walter

Clanniry, M.D. ll. The Michigun Plan for Buards ot' Ilealth-Dr. Ilenry D. Baker. III. The Ilealth

Care of llotscholds with Special Reference to Ilouse Drainas(-Ezra M. Ilunt. M.D. IV. The Ilealth of

Boys' Boarding Schools-D). F. Lincoln, M.D. V. The lealth of Criminal Women-Eliza M. Mosher,

M.D. VI. The Managemcut of Chronic Inebriates and Insane Drunkards-- Abert N. Blodgett, MD

VII. Remarks of Mr. Parker on Boards of lleulth. VIII. International and Nutional Relief in War-

Miss Clara Barton. Papers of the Social Leonomy Department: I. Address of the Chairman-F. B.

Sanborn. II. The Factory System as un Llement in Civilization--Carroll D. Wright. III Early Factory

Life in New England-is. Il. II. Robinson. IV. American Factory Life Miss I.ucy Larcom. V. Ten

Hours-Rev. Jesse H. Jones.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER SEVENTEEN,-L Introduction. II. 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, viz: 1. Professional Ethies, Theodore Bacon.
2. Local Self-Government-Edward W. Benis. Disfranchisement for Crime-James F. Colby. 4.

A plan for Extinguishing Crime-Edwin Hill. 5. Punishment for Certain Crimes--H. A. Hill. V. Ad-
dresx-Prof. W. 1. Harris. VI. The Darwin Commemoration. VII. A Paper on the Progressive Spell-

ing-Rev. II. L. Wayland. VIII. Miscellaneous Matters.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER EIGHTEEN.-I. Introductory. II. Opening Address--Prof. Wayland. III. Re-

part of the General Secretary-F. B. Sanborn. I. Papers on Health and Education: 1. Health and

Surial Science- Dr. E. M. Hunt. 2. Physical Training in Homes and Training Schools-Prof. D. A. Sar-

gent. True Higher Education-W.C. Thomas, 4. Causes of Insanity-Dr. W. Channing. 5. Ine-

Bricts in Women-Dr. I. Millall. 6. The Disease of Inebriety-- Dr. T. D. Cruthers. i llouge-build-

ing and Drainage-G. E. Waring, Jr. & Moral Education in Schools, Prof. W. T. Harris. V. Papers

of the Jurisprudence Department: 1. Assertion of Rights--J. T. Platt. 2. International Ethics-EM.

Gallandet, LID. 3. Letal History of the Telephone, M.F. Tyler. VI. Addresses and Special l'apers;

1, American Civil Service Systen-J. M. Gregory, LL.D. 2 Public Libraries J. M. Larned. 3 Reli.

gion of India-Mr. Mirzoendar. 4. New Methods of Study in Ilistory--II. B. Adams. VII. Papers of

the Social Economy Department, viz: 1. Race Problems in the United States-Prof. C. A. Gardiner. 2.

Relation between Employers and Employed-Mrs. S. K. Bolton. 3. Child-Helping in New York-C. L.

Brace. 4. Prison Labor.

CONTENTS OF NUMBER TWENTY-THREE.- 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 Method of Remunerating Labor-F.J. Kingsbury.

3. Alfred Dolge and His Experiments – A. Dolge and Ernest Richard. 4. Profit-Sharing, Histori-

cally and Theoretically considered - G. M. Powell 3. Labor Organizations --J. G Brooks. 6.

Woman and the Temperance Question - Francis E. Willard. II. Papers of the Jurisprudence Depart-

ment. 1. The American System of Trial by Jury - D. II. Chamberlain. 2. The Law's Uncertainty,

Thomas Thatcher. 3. The Incorrigible - Francis Wayland. . 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, Committeee on Provident Institutions. Constitu-

tion, List of Members, etc. I. Papers of the Health Department. 1. Relation of the Physician of the

Community, and of the Community to the Physician -- Grace Peckham, M. D. 2. The Function of the

Lungy - D. Emery Holman, M.D. 3. Certain Injurious lufluences of City Life and their Removal.

Walter B. Platt, M. D. 4. The Criminal Type - William Noyes, M. D. 5. Iminigration and Nervous

Diseases - C. L. Dana, M. D., with Discussion. II Papers of the Education Department. i. The

Opportunities of America-F. B Sanborn. 2. Address-T. W. Higginson, 3. Pedagogy in American

Colleges-Prof. E. J. James. 4. The Education of Women-Arthur Giluian.

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