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Investigations in Chicago of, 175.
Investigations in England of, 10, 108, 291.
Malnutrition responsible for, 106.
Report of Royal Commission on Physical Training (Scotland) on, 98,
99.
Responsible for criminality, 105–108.
(_See also_ Underfeeding and Poverty.)
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 168.
Pittston, Pennsylvania, 143, 163.
Playfair, Dr., 7.
PNEUMONIA:
Infant mortality from, 21.
Porter, Dr., 98, 100.
Rachitis predisposing to, 17.
_Poverty_, 277.
POVERTY:
Children in United States victims of, 61, 63, 117–124.
Cost to society of, 23, 24.
Educational failures largely due to, 60, 100–105, 279.
Effect upon infantile mortality of, 13, 19, 20, 21, 23.
Estimated number of persons in United States in, 61, 63.
Mortality from convulsions, measles, and rickets increased by, 17–19.
Most heavily felt by children, 1–3, 61.
Proportion of still-births due to, 52.
Reason for child labor, 206–213.
Relation to death and disease, 14–24.
PRISONS:
And child labor, 194.
Filled by victims of poverty, 24.

Q
Quarries, child labor in, 163.
Quinlin, Dr. Francis, 301.

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Rachitis, 5, 15–18, 78, 175, 294, 297, 298.
Reclus, Élie, 44.
Reformatories and child labor, 162, 194.
Reformatories filled by victims of poverty, 24.
Reggia Emilia, Italy, 274.
Report on Physical Training (Scotland), 98, 99.
Rickets, _see_ Rachitis.
Roberts, Dr. Charles W., 96, 98.
Roberts, Rev. Peter, 183.
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK:
Death-rate reduced in, 23, 247.
Employment of children in, 192.
Milk supply in, 22, 23, 235, 236, 238, 304–305.
Rousden, England, 109.
Rowntree, B. S., 98.
Ruskin, John, 191.
Ryan, Charles L., School Principal, Buffalo, New York, 83.

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Sadler, Michael, M.P., 137, 138.
Salvation Army, 68, 73, 94.
San Remo, Italy, 274.
SCHOOL CHILDREN:
Defective hearing among, 107.
Defective vision among, 107, 251–253, 281.
Meals furnished to, in Belgium, 254, 276.
Meals furnished to, in Chicago, 84, 85, 273.
Meals furnished to, in England, 109–115, 272–273.
Meals furnished to, in France, 115, 249, 277–280, 282–286.
Meals furnished to, in Germany, 274.
Meals furnished to, in Italy, 248, 274, 287–290.
Meals furnished to, in New York, 116, 117.
Meals furnished to, in Norway, 114, 115, 254, 275.
Meals furnished to, in Switzerland, 254, 277, 278.
Medical inspection of, 107–110, 198, 253–254, 275–277, 280–281.
Physical condition of, investigated, 96–101, 107–110.
Physical deterioration of, in England, 292–296.
Underfeeding of, _see_ Underfeeding.
Venereal diseases among industrial, 184, 185.
School colonies, 254, 255, 281.
School funds, see _Caisse des écoles_.
School Sanatoria, 254.
Schools, _see_ School Children.
Scorbutus, 304.
Scotland, Report on Physical Training in, 98, 99.
Sheffield School Board, 110.
Shuttleworth, Dr. D. E., 108.
Slavs in carpet factories, 178.
Slavs in child labor, 212.
Sloan, Mr., Supt. John Worthy School, Chicago, 184.
Smedley, Professor, 100.
Smith, Mrs. Watt, 304.
Soap manufacture, dangers of, 176.
Social Democratic Federation, 110.
Socialism, 220, 221.
Socialist control of French municipalities, 233.
Socialist programmes, 221, 271, 276.
Sophocles, quoted, 123.
South Carolina, child labor in, 148, 149, 199.
SOUTHERN STATES:
Child labor in, 141, 148–151.
Industrial revival in, 149.
Speyer School, Columbia University, 116.
State Charities Aid Association, 233.
Steubenville, Ohio, 162.
Still-births, 12, 51, 52, 53, 233.
St. Helen’s, Lancashire, England, 235.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI:
Studies by Dr. Porter in, 98, 100.
Underfed school children in, 89.
Stockholm, physique of school children in, 96.
Straus milk depots, see Milk.
Straus, Nathan, 29, 234, 236.
STREET TRADES:
Legislation for, 258–259.
Perils to children in, 184–188.
Venereal diseases among children in, 184, 185.
Sweat shops, 171.
SWITZERLAND:
_Alcoholzehntel_, 254.
Country homes for school children in, 280.
Holiday colonies for school children in, 254.
Legislation upon employment of married women in, 45.
Meals for school children in, 277.
Medical inspection of school children in, 253–254.
School Sanatoria in, 254.

T
Tavistock Place School, London, 111.
Taylor, Jonathan, 110.
Teachers College, Columbia University, 116.
Teeth of school children, inspection of, 253, 255, 277.
Ten Hours’ Bill, England, 137, 139.
Tennyson, Alfred, quoted, 28.
TEXTILE INDUSTRIES:
Child labor in, 148–154.
Dangers to health in, 177.
Trachoma, 251.
Trondhjem, Norway, 115, 275, 276.
TUBERCULOSIS:
Among bottle makers, 160.
And poverty, 15.
Campaign against, 30.
Germany, treatment of children predisposed to, 255.
Rachitis predisposing to, 17.
Relation of child labor to, 146.
Tuke, Dr. Hack, 108.
Turin, Italy, 96, 109.

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UNDERFEEDING:
Among Italians, 78–81.
Defective vision due to, 107.
Due to ignorance, 27, 28, 29.
Effects of, not hereditary, 294.
Employment of mothers and, 35, 37.
In Aberdeen, 272.
In Birmingham, 113, 114, 272.
In Boston, 85, 89.
In Buffalo, 83–84.
In Chicago, 84–85, 89, 273–274.
In Cleveland, 85.
In Dundee, 272.
In Glasgow, 272.
In London, 109, 272.
In Los Angeles, 85.
In New York, 61, 64, 83, 85, 109.
In Philadelphia, 85.
In United States, 61, 64, 85, 86, 117, 118.
Mental effects of, 108–112, 276.
Physical effects of, 95–105.
Predisposing to disease, 26, 42, 296.
Prime cause of infant mortality, 25.
Proportion of hospital cases due to, 26, 27.
Proportion of infant deaths due to, 14.
Source of crime, 105–108.
Worst effect of poverty upon children, 2–5, 27, 61–65.
UNEMPLOYMENT:
Among Irish laborers, 91.
Among male wage-earners, 62.
UNITED STATES:
Child labor in, 140, 141, 167, 168.
Infantile death-rate in, 11, 12, 13.
Legislation regulating employment of married women needed, 45–49,
227–233.
Legislation regulating street trades required, 258–259.
Number of children employed in, 142, 145.
Still-births in, 52.
Underfed children in, 61, 64, 85, 86, 117, 118.
Value of glass manufactures, 154.
Victims of poverty in, 61, 62.
Utopia, 65, 239.

V
Van der Vaart, Mrs., 161.
Varnishers, 178.
Venereal diseases, 184.
Vercelli (Italy), 248, 249, 274, 275, 287, 288–290.
Vincent, Dr. Ralph M., 25, 235, 298, 304.

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Wales, death-rate of, 10.
Walling, William English, 169.
Ward, Mrs. Humphry, quoted, 111.
Warner, Dr. Francis, 108.
Webster, Dr. J. Clarence, 300.
Wellington, England, 50.
West Virginia, 166.
Wheeler, Miss M. (Supt. New York Babies’ Hospital), quoted, 27.
Whooping-cough, 17.
Wilcox, Ella Wheeler, 125.
Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, 163.
Wolf, Dr., 7.
Wood-working, industries connected with, 168, 176.
Workhouses, 131.

Y
Yonkers, New York, 178, 226.
York, England, 98.

Z
Zanesville, Ohio, 160.
Zark, N. V., 96.

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