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Chap. 7, The local governments. Chap. 8, The local governments of Cook Co.

L. Hill, Edward J. Municipal officer of Illinois. Chicago, Myers, 1873.

CJ.U. Illinois. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Private and municipal owner-
ship of gas works, water works, and electric and power plants.
(111. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Report, 1898. 10: 1-41, 139-234.)

CJ.U. Illinois. General Assembly. Annotated statutes of the state of Illi-
nois in force May 1, 1896. Embracing the revision of 1874, and all
general statutes enacted since such revision, so far as in force.
Ed. by Merritt Starr and Russell H. Curtis. Second edition. Chi-
cago, Callaghan, 1896. 3 vols. $18.

J.U. Illinois. General Assembly. The revised statutes of the state of
Illinois, 1903. Comprising the "Revised statutes of 1874," and all
amendments thereto, being all the general statutes of the state in
force on the first day of January, 1904. Comp. and ed. by Harvey
B. Kurd. Chicago, Chicago Legal News Company, 1904. 2121 p.
$5.

J.U. Illinois. General Assembly. Laws of Illinois relating to cities, vil-
lages, and incorporated towns, in force July 1, 1901. Compiled and
published by James A. Rose, secretary of state. Springfield, Phillips,
1902. 432 p.

C.J.U. Shaw, Albert. Local government in Illinois. (Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity. Studies in historical and political science. First series,
3: 1-19). 30 cts.

First pub. in the Fortnightly Review.

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Indiana.

J. Indiana. General Assembly. The municipal law of Indiana, includ-

ing all statutes of the state appertaining to cities and towns; with
notes of decisions, and a complete list of forms. Third edition.
By W. W. Thornton. Cincinnati, Anderson, 1899. 784 p.

U has Indiana code, 1905.

Kansas.

CJ.U. Kansas. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Water, elec-
tric light and gas plants. (Kansas. Bureau of Labor and Indus-
trial Statistics. Report, 1897. 13: 83-113.)

Massachusetts.

CJ.U. Adams, Alton D. Municipal gas and electric plants in Massachu-
setts: (Political Science Quarterly, June, 1902. 17: 247-55).

CJ.U. Gray, John H. Competition and capitalization as controlled by the
Mass. Gas Commission. (Quarterly Journal of Economics. Feb.,
1901. 15: 254-76).

CJ.U. Gray, John H. The gas commission of Massachusetts. (Quarterly
Journal of Economics, Aug., 1900. 14: 509-36.)

J.U. Mass. Board of Gas and Electric Light Commissioners. Annual

(ll,14+)report. Bost., 1886+. No. 1+.

The various hearings before state and city committees give additional informa-
tion.

Mass. General Court. Report of committee to investigate
charges against certain gas companies; with evidence. Bost., 1893.
(House document, 1008.)

Out of print.

"Veritable mine of information." Gray.

J.U. Mass. General Court. House. Special Committee on Street Rail-
ways. Report of the Special Committee appointed to investigate
the relations between cities and towns and street railway compan-
ies. Bost., 1898. 296 p.

"Most valuable contribution which has appeared in recent years." L. S. Rowe.

J. Mass. Inspector of Gas Meters and Illuminating Gas. Annual re-

1894-f port. Bost., 1862-f. No. 1+.

U.

J.U. Mass. Rapid Transit Commission. Report, April, 5, 1892. Bost.,
1892. 296 p.

Michigan.

CJ.U. Bemis, Edward W. Local government in Michigan and the north-
west. 25 p. (Johns Hopkins University. Studies in historical and
political science. 1883. First ser. Vol. 5.) 25 cts.

J.U. City Government in Michigan. 59 p. (Michigan Polit. Science
Assoc. Vol. 1. No. 6. Dec, 1895.)

Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Jackson, Saginaw, Detroit.

CJ.U. Michigan. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Statistics
of electric lighting, gas and water plants in Michigan. (Mich. Bu-
reau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Report, 1897. 15: 183-98.)

C1J.U. Wilcox, Delox F. Municipal government in Michigan and Ohio.
Columbia University. Studies in history, economics, and public
law. 1896. 5: 319-498.)

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Nebraska.

CJ. Nebraska. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Private and
municipal ownership of water works, electric light and power plants
and gas works. (Nebraska. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Sta-
tistics. Report, 1897-98. 6: 493-572.)

New York.

J. Bridge, Charles F. The charters of the cities of the second class

as amended to the close of the legislative session of 1904. Albany,
Bender, 1904. 207 p. $2.50.

CJ.U. New York. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The ownership and opera-
tion of electric light and power, gas and water plants. (N. Y.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Report, 1897. 15: 497-601.)

J.U. N. Y. Legislature. Assembly. Special Committee to investigate
the Question of Municipal Ownership of Street Railroads. Report
and testimony. Albany, 1896. 2 vols.

J. Powell, Henry M. Taxation of corporations in New York for state

and local purposes. Albany, Bender, 1905. 286 p.
Local taxation, p. 1-128.
Special franchise tax, p. 129-39.

Ohio.

Cl.J.U. Foote, Allen R. Constitutional municipal government. A series of
articles for the consideration of the Legislature of the State of
Ohio, in connection with the report of the Ohio Municipal Code
Commission. Chicago, Public Policy, 1900. 156 p.

Reprinted from The Citizen, Columbus, and The Commercial Tribune, Cincin-
nati.

Appendix contains full text of bills, p. 113-156.

Cl.U. Ohio. General Assembly. An act to provide for the organization
of cities and incorporated villages. Passed Oct. 22nd, 1902. Cin-
cinnati, Rosenthal, 1902. 88 p.

M. Ohio. General Assembly. Municipal code, passed by the 75th

General Assembly in extraordinary session. Columbus, Heer, 1902.
155 p.

U has in session laws,

Cl.U. Ohio Municipal Code Commission. The revised municipal code
of Ohio, prepared by the Ohio Municipal Code Commission. Co-
lumbus, Heer, 1899. 260 p.

To "be transmitted by the Governor to the next general assembly for its con-
sideration." Pref.

Cl.J.U. Wilcox, Delox F. Municipal government in Michigan and Ohio.
(Columbia University. Studies in history, economics, and public
law. 1896. 5: 319-498.)

CJ.U. Woodruff, Clinton R. Municipal government in Ohio. (Yale Re-
view, Aug., 1903. 12: 121-40.)

Pennsylvania.

J.U. Eastman, Frank M. The taxation of public service corporations in
Pennsylvania. Phil., Bisel, 1905. 46 p.

C.J.U. Gould, E. R. L. Local government in Pennsylvania. (Johns Hop-
kins University. Studies in historical and political science. 1883.
First series. 3: 20-37.)

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Virginia.

C. Virginia. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Statistics of

private and municipal water, gas and electric light plants. (Vir-
ginia. Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics. Report, 1899.
32: 1-44.)

Wisconsin.

J. Wisconsin. Legislature. Laws of Wisconsin relating to the or-

ganization and government of cities and the powers and duties of
city officers and of common councils. Ed. by Charles E. Esta-
brook. Madison, 1900. 321 p. $3.

INDIVIDUAL CITIES.
Baltimore.

Cl. Full Text of the new charter bill. (In Morning Herald, Feb. 9th,

1898.)
C. New Charter of Baltimore city. Bait., 1898. 340 p.

U has in session laws.

Cl.M. New Charter of Baltimore city. Rev. ed., containing amendments
and new laws passed by Maryland Legislature of 1900. Baltimore,
Sun Printing Co., 1900. 352 p.

U has in session laws.

C.C1. J.U.Reynolds, William, Baltimore under its new charter. (Amer.
Acad. of Polit. and Social Science. Annals. Jan., 1906. 27: 168-79.)
Baltimore. Municipal Lighting Commission. Preliminary report.
Baltimore, 1900. 20 p.

Gives statistics of larger cities. Review by A. R. Foote in Municipal Affairs.
4: 232-35.

C.C1. J.U.Hollander, J. H. The financial history of Baltimore. 398 p. (Johns

Hopkins University. Studies in historical and political science.

1899. Extra vol. 20.) $2.
C.J.U. Thomas, Thaddeus P. The city government of Baltimore. 51 p.

(Johns Hopkins University. Studies in historical and political

science. 1896. 14th ser. No. 2.)

Boston.

C.Cl.J.U.Bugbee, James M. The city government of Boston. 60 p. (Johns
Hopkins University. Studies in historical and political science.
1887. 5th series. Vol. 3.) 25 cts.

C.J.U. Gray, John H. The gas supply of Boston. (Quarterly Journal of
Economics, July-Oct, 1898; April-Nov., 1899. 12: 419-46; 13: 15-44,
292-313; 14: 87-120.)

J.U. Matthews, Nathan. The city government of Boston, A vale-
dictory address to the members of the City Council, January 5,
1895. Boston, 1895. 289 p.

Charter, 1822, p. 164; Charter, 1854, p. 167; Amendments, 1885, p. 168.

Buffalo.

J. Charter of the city of Buffalo, constituting chapter 105 of the

Laws of the state of New York, passed in 1891, with all amend-
ments and revisions up to and including the acts of the legislative



session of 1896. Compiled by Mark S. Hubbell. Buffalo, 1896.
425 p.

U has in session laws.

Chicago.

Titles on Chicago are given at end of list.

Cleveland.

C.J.U. Hopkins, William R. The street railway problem in Cleveland,
a statement of existing conditions, and a discussion of the policy
which the city should pursue with regard to its street railways.
(American Economic Association. Economic studies. Dec., 1896.
1: 289-376.)

C.J.U. Orth, S. P. The Cleveland plan of school administration. (Po-
litical Science Quarterly. Sept., 1904. 19: 402-16.)

Denver.

Cl. Proposed charter of the city and county of Denver. To be voted on

Sept. 22, 1903. Denver, 1903. 102 p.

Not adopted.
Cl.M.U. Charter of the city and county of Denver, framed by the Second

Charter Convention, Feb. 6, 1904. To be voted on March 29, 1904.

Denver, 1904. 139 p.

Adopted.

Detroit.

U. Charter of the city of Detroit with amendments thereto and the

acts of the legislature relating to or affecting the city of Detroit.
Compiled under the direction of Timothy E. Taisney. Detroit,
Smith Press, 1904. 664 p.

C1J.M. Charter of the City of Detroit and acts of the Legislature, relating
to the several boards, commissions, and courts of the City of De-
troit. Detroit, 1893. 445 p.

Cl.U. Laws enacted by the Legislature 1895-1901 affecting the munici-
pality of Detroit. Detroit, 1895-1901. 4 vols. in 1.

Galveston.

Cl. Charter of the city of Galveston as passed by the 28th Legislature

of Texas and approved March 30, 1903. Galveston, Clarke & Courts,

1903. 65 p.

Grand Rapids.

Cl. Revised Charter of the city of Grand Rapids, approved March 25,

1897, and other municipal acts, with amendments passed by the
Legislature of 1899 and 1901. Grand Rapids, Seymour & Muir,
1901. 495 p.

Cl. Proposed Revised Charter for the city of Grand Rapids, prepared

by the committee on charter amendments appointed May 2nd,

1904. Grand Rapids, 1904. 162 p.

Houston.
U. Charter of the city of Houston as passed by the 29th Legislature

1905. Houston, Coyle, 1905. 42 p.

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Kansas City.

Cl. New Charter of Kansas City framed by the thirteen freeholders

and submitted for adoption at a special election called to be held
on March 7, 1905. Kansas City, Burnap, 1905. 247 p.

Rejected.

C.C1. J.U.Peters, James W. S. Home rule charters movements in Missouri,
with special reference to Kansas City. (Amer. Acad. of Polit and
Social Science. Annals. Jan., 1906. 27: 155-67.)

Los Angeles.

Cl.U. Charter of the city of Los Angeles as adopted Jan., 1889, and
amended Jan., 1903. Los Angeles, Southern California Print. Co.,
1903. 103 p.

Manila.

C.J.U. Plehn, Carl C. Municipal government in the Philippine Islands.
(Municipal Affairs, Dec., 1901. 5:793-801.)

Review of the general municipal code (1901) and the charter of Manila.

Milwaukee.

J.U. Charter of the City of Milwaukee. Being chapter 184, laws of
1874, as amended by subsequent acts of the Legislature to and
including the acts of 1891, and general laws operating as amend-
ments thereto, up to and including those passed by the Legisla-
ture of 1895. Compiled by Charles H. Hamilton. Milwaukee,
Keogh, 1895. 389 p. $4.

Minneapolis.

Cl. Charter of the city of Minneapolis, drafted and proposed by the

Minneapolis Charter Commission, Jan. 6, 1898. Minneapolis, 1898.
74 p.

Not adopted.
Cl. Proposed new charter. (In Minneapolis Journal, July 3, 1900.)

Not adopted.

Cl. Proposed City Charter which will be submitted to the people at

the general election in 1904. (In Daily Times, Dec. 14, 1903.)

Not adopted.

New Haven.

Cl. Charter of the city of New Haven, Conn., and special acts. New

Haven, 1901. 139 p.
U. has 1905 ed.

New Orleans.

C.Cl.J.U.Howe, William W. Municipal history of New Orleans. 33 p.
(Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science.
7th series, vol. 4.) 50 cts.

Cl.U. Manual of the city of New Orleans, comprising city charter of
1896, as amended in 1898, 1900 and 1902. Extracts from the con-
stitution of 1898 and acts of the legislature of 1900 and 1902 rela-
tive to city affairs. New Orleans, 1903. 313 p.



New York.

Cl.U. Ash, Mark. ed. The Greater New York Charter. Annotated.

N. Y., Baker, Voorhis & Co., 1901. $6.50.
Cl. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, comp. The charter of the city of N. Y.,

with amendments of 1901, 1902 and 1903. Brooklyn, Daily Eagle,

1903. 180 p. 50 cts.

CJ.U. Goodnow, Frank J. The charter of the city of New York. (Po-
litical Science Quarterly, March, 1902. 17: 1-23.)

Cl. N. Y. Charter Revision Commission. Report to the governor,

with proposed amendments to the Greater N. Y. charter. Dec. 1,
1900. N, Y., Martin B. Brown Co., 1900. 814 p.

J. New York City Club. The New York City charter bill. Text of

the difference between the bill as proposed by the Charter Revision
Commission and bill as passed by Legislature, 5th April, 1901.
2d ed. N. Y. City Club, 1901. 104 p.

J.U. Thomson, John C. The Greater New York Charter of 1901, to-
gether with constitutional provisions affecting the city; provisions
of the charter of 1897, continued until changed by the Board of Al-
dermen; the tenement house law; the building code; and the co-
lonial charters. With notes. N. Y., Lawyers' Co-operative Pub-
lishing Co., 1901. 1218 p.

CJ.U. Bernheim, A. C. The relations of the city and the state of New
York. (Political Science Quarterly, Sept., 1894. 9: 377-402.)

CJ.U. Coler, Bird S. Municipal government as illustrated by the charter,
finances and public charters of New York. N. Y., Appleton, 1900.
200 p. $1.

Contents: 1. The city charter. 2. Public charity. 3. Charity regulated. 4.
Income and expenses. 5. Water supply. 6. Transportation. 7. City develop-
ment. 8. The Church in politics. 9. Political machines.

CJ.U. Cope, Francis R. A model municipal department. How the Low
administration has been caring for the health of N. Y. city. (Amer-
ican Journal of Sociology. Jan.-March, 1904. 9:459-89, 631-71.)

CJ.U. De Forest, Robert W. ed. The tenement house problem, includ-
ing the report of the New York state tenement house commission
of 1900, by various writers, ed. by Robert W. De Forest and Law-
rence Veiller. N. Y., Macmillan, 1903. 2 vol. $6 net.

C.Cl.J.U.Durand, Edward Dana. The finances of New York City. N. Y.,
Macmillan, 1898. 397 p. $2.

C.Cl.J.U.Godkin, Edwin L. The problems of municipal government. (Amer-
ican Acad. of Polit. and Social Science. Annals. May, 1894.
4:857-882.)

Sketch of municipal history of New York City.

C1.J. Interborough Rapid Transit Co. The New York Subway. N. Y.,

1904. 150 p.

CJ.U. Municipal gas for New York; a discussion; Edward M. Grout,
affirmative; Allen R. Foote, negative. (Municipal Affairs, June,
1897. 1: 225-300.)

C.C1. J.U.Myers, Gustavus. The history of public franchises in New York
city. N. Y., Reform club, 1900. p. 73-206. 50 cts.

Reprinted from Municipal Affairs, March, 1900.

Cl. N. Y. Legislature. Joint Committee to Investigate the Gas and

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Electric Light Situation in the City of New York. Report. Albany,
1905. 100 p.

Cl. N. Y. Legislature. Joint Committee to Investigate the Gas and

Electric Light Situation in the City of New York. Testimony taken
before the Joint Committee. Albany, 1905. 4 vols.

Cl. New York, N. Y., Merchants' Association. Inquiry into telephone

service and rates in New York city. N. Y., 1905. 57 p.
New York, N. Y. Merchants' Association. Inquiry into the condi-
tions relating to the water supply of the city of New York. N. Y.,
Blanchard, 1900. 627 p.

J. Seabury, Samuel. Municipal ownership and operation of public

utilities in New York city. N. Y., Municipal ownership publish-
ing co., 1905. 202 p. 25 cts.

C.J.U. Waring, George E. Street cleaning in the city of New York, 1895-
97. (Municipal Affairs, June, 1898, supplement Vol. 2, No. 2.
234 p.)

For contents see same title under heading Engineering.

Olympia, Wash.

M. Charter and ordinances of the city of Olympia, Wash. Comp. by

P. D. Moore. Olympia, Blankenship-Satterlee, 1904. 424 p.
General state law for cities of 3rd class, approved 1890, as amended 1901.

Omaha.

U has in session laws the new charter of Omaha, Neb.

Philadelphia.

C.J.U. Allinson, Edward P. & Penrose, Boies. The city government of
Phiadelphia. 72 p. (Johns Hopkins University studies in histori-
cal and political science. 1887. 5th series. Vol. 1-2.) 50 cts.

C.J.U. Allinson, Edward P. & Penrose, Boies. Philadelphia, 1681-1887.
A history of municipal development. 392 p. (Johns Hopkins
University studies in historical and political science. 1887. Extra
vol. 2.) $3.

C.C1. J.U.Branson, Walter J. The Philadelphia nominating system. (Amer.
Acad. of Political and Social Science. Annals. July, 1899. 14:18-37.)

M.U. Bullitt bill, as adopted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, June
1, 1885. Philadelphia, Dunlap Printing Co., 1902. 33 p.
Cl. has ed. of 1885.

Cl.U. Digest of laws and ordinances concerning Philadelphia, 1701-

1904, comp. by William Findlay Brown. Philadelphia, Bayne,

1905. 1815 p.

C.Cl.J.U.Rowe, Leo S. The municipality and the gas supply. (Amer. Acad.
of Polit. and Social Science. Annals. May, 1898. 11:301-23).

Review of the causes which led Philadelphia to relinquish the municipal opera-
tion of its gas works.

C.J.U. Speirs, Frederic W. The street railway system of Philadelphia;
its history and present condition. (Johns Hopkins University
studies in historical and political science. March-May, 1897 15;
85-273.) $1.

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Portland, Ore.

Cl.U. An act to incorporate the city of Portland. Approved Jan. 23,
1903. Salem, Whitney, 1903. 172 p.

Cl. Portland Charter Board. Proposed charter of the city of Port-

land. Drafted by the Charter Board. To be voted on in June,
1902. Portland, 1902. 168 p.

Providence, R. I.

M. Charter and special laws governing the city of Providence. Prov

U. idence, Snow & Farnham, 1901. 420 p.

Charter of 1866, as amended and consolidated by acts of the General Assembly
from 1866 to 1900 inclusive.

Cl. New city charter. Document presented to the Common Council

(In Providence Journal, Nov. 22, 1898.)

Not adopted.
C.Cl.J.U.Stokes, Howard K. The finances and administration of Providence.

464 p. (Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and politi'

cal science. 1903. Extra vol. 25.) $3.50.

St. Joseph, Mo.

Cl.M. General Ordinances of the city of St. Joseph (a city of the 2d
U. class), together with the laws of the state of Missouri of a gen-

eral nature applicable to the city of St. Joseph. St. Joseph, Combe
Printing Co., 1897. 764 p.

St. Louis.

U. Revised ordinance, city of St. Louis, approved April 7, 1893. In

connection with which are published the scheme of separation
of the county and city of St. Louis, the charter of the city, Chester
H. Krum, reviser. St. Louis, Nixon-Jones, 1895. 1483 p.
Cl. has code of 1901.

M.C1.U. Scheme of separation between St. Louis city and county and the
charter of the city of St. Louis, with all amendments and modifi'
cations to May 1, 1902. St. Louis, Woodward & Tiernan, 1902
258 p.

St. Paul.

M. Municipal code of the city of St. Paul, comprising the laws of the

U. state of Minnesota relating to the city, rev. by Daniel W. Lawler.

St. Paul, Herald, 1896. 390, 35 p.

Cl. Charter of the city of St. Paul. 2d ed. St. Paul, Pioneer Press,

U(190S) 1902. 125 p.

San Francisco.

Cl.J.M. Charter of the city and county of San Francisco, prepared by the

U. Board of Freeholders elected 1897. Ratified 1898. In effect 1900.

Comp. by J. Richard Freud. San Francisco, Star Press, 1900. 186 p.

U. has also amendments made in 1902.

C.J.U. Moses, Bernard. The establishment of municipal government in
San Francisco. 83 p. (Johns Hopkins University studies in
historical and political science. 1889. 7th series. Vol. 2-3.) 50 cts.

38



Seattle.

Cl.M. Charter of the city of Seattle, adopted March 6, 1900. Seattle,
U.(1904)Lowman & Hanford, 1900. 132 p.

Washington.

CJ.U. Meriwether, C. Washington city government. (Political Science

Quarterly, Sept., 1897. 12:407-19.)
CJ.U. Porter, John A. The city of Washington. 55 p. (Johns Hopkins

University studies in historical and political science. 1885. 3rd

ser., vol. 11-12.) 50 cts.
Cl.U. Tindall, William. Origin and government of the District of Co-

lumbia. Wash., 1903. 224 p.
CJ.U. U. S. 56th Cong., 2d sess., 1900-1901. An act to establish a code

of law for the District of Columbia. March 3, 1901. (In U. S.

Congress. Statutes at large of the United States. Washington,

1901. p. 1189-1436.)
CJ.U. U. S. Senate. Committee on the District of Columbia. The im-

provement of the park system of the District of Columbia. Ed,

by Charles Moore. Wash., 1902. 179 p. (57th Cong. 1st session.

Senate Report No. 166.)

CHICAGO

General.
CJ.U. Andreas, Alfred T. History of Chicago. From the earliest period

to the present time. Chicago, A. T. Andreas Co., 1884-1886. 3 vol.

$14.
C.C1 J.U.Chicago. Citizens' Association. Annual report. Chicago, 1874 -f.

No. 1+.
J. Chicago. Citizens' Association. Bulletin. Chicago, 1901+. No. 2+.

Chicago. .City Council. Proceedings. Chicago, 1861 +.
J.(1861+)C.(1864+)U.(1870+)C1.(1867-85,1887+)
J. Chicago. Civic Federation. Annual report. Chicago, 1900-f .

No. 1+.

Cl. Chicago. Corporation Counsel. Opinions. Chicago, 1872+.

U has 1898+

Chicago Daily News almanac and year book. Chicago, 1885-f.



CJ. Chicago. Department of Public Works. Mayor's annual message
U.(2+) and the annual report of the Department of Public Works to the

City Council of the City of Chicago. Chicago, 1876-f . No. 1+.
CJ.U. Chicago. Municipal Library and Bureau of Statistics. City of Chi-

cago statistics. Chicago, 1901+. Vol. 1+ .

Cook Co. Board of Commissioners. Official proceedings. Chicago,

1871+.

J.(1871-74,84-85,86+)C.(1871-72,73-77,78-80,82+)
C.ClJ.U.Gray, John H. Greater Chicago. (Amer. Acad. of Polit. and Social

Science. Annals. March, 1901. 17:291-98.)
C.Cl.J.U.Grosser, Hugo S. The movement for municipal ownership in Chi-

cago. (Amer. Acad. of Polit. and Social Science. Jan. 1906.

17:72-90.)



C.C1J.U. Grosser, Hugo S. Municipal problems of Chicago. (Amer. Acad.

of Polit and Social Science. Annals. March, 1904. 23:281-96.)
C.C1 J.U.Hull-House maps and papers. A presentation of nationalities and

wages in a congested district of Chicago, together with comments

and essays on problems growing out of the social conditions.

N. Y., Crowell, 1895. 230 p.. $2.50.

Contents: Addams, J. Prefatory note. 1. Holbrook, A. S. Map notes and
comments. 2. Kelley, F. The sweating-system. 3. Kelley, F. & Stevens, A. P.
Wage-earning children. 4. Eaton, I. Receipts and expenditures of cloakmakers
in Chicago. 5. Zueblin, C. The Chicago Ghetto. 6. Zeman, J. H. The Bohe-
mian people in Chicago. 7. Mastro-Valerio, A. Remarks upon the Italian colony
in Chicago. 8. Lathrop, J. C. The Cook County charities. 9. Starr, E. G.
Art and labor. 10. Addams, J. The settlement as a factor in the labor move-
ment. Appendix, Hull-House: a social settlement.

C1J.U. James, Edmund J. The opportunity of Chicago to become a great
city. World Review, 1901. Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 10-12; No. 2, p. 10-13;
No. 3, p. 10-13; No. 4, p 106-9.)

Contents: The present crisis, The street car situation in Chicago, How a similar
city solved a more difficult problem, What should be the street car policy of Chicago
for the immediate future?

C.J.U. Moses, John, & Kirkland, Joseph, editors. Aboriginal to metropol-
itan. History of Chicago, Illinois. Chicago, Munsell, 1895. 2 vols.
$25.

C.Cl.J.U.Riley, Thomas J. The higher life of Chicago. Chicago, University
of Chicago, 1905. 136 p. 75 cts.

Contents. Pt. 1. The educational interests of Chicago. Pt. 2. The moral
and social interests of Chicago. Pt. 3. The aesthetic and religious interests of
Chicago. Pt. 4. Appendix: tab. 1. Women's clubs in Chicago, tab. 2. Social


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