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Minds, 300.

Judicial Atavism, 417.

Judicial Congress, The, 303, 304.

Judicial Creation of Criteria of Guilt,
326.

Judicial Enlargement of the Statute,
352.

Judicial Epithetic Argument, The,
28, 29, 255.

Judicial Interpretation, 207, 351.

Judicial Legislation Under Pretense
of Interpretation, 403.

Judicial Tests of "Obscenity" Ap-
plied, 338.

Junitts. 368.



433



INDEX.



Juries Wish to be Thought Respect-
able, 28.

Kansas Courts, 177.

Kant, Emanuel, 288.

"Keepers of the Liberties of Eng-
land," 233.

Kelly, Dr. Howard, 52, 53.

Kent, Chancellor, 192.

Kentucky Courts, 178.

Kenyon, Lord, 39, 227-28.

Kime, Doctor, 69.

King Charles II, 35.

King Edward I, 370.

King Edward I II, 371.

King Edward VI. Acts, 78.

King Henry III, 370.

King Henry IV, 377.

King, Hon. John P., 128, 139.

King John, 370.

King Richard II, 377.

King's Rule of Divine Right, 209.

Kneeland Blasphemy Trial, 44. 46.

Knox, Rev. Geo. Wm., 282, 285.

Koran, The, 295.

Krafft-Ebing, 268, 339.

Label is Everything, With the Crowd,
102.

Lady Purbeck's Case. 36.

La Fontaine's Tales, 111.

Landis, Judge, 72.

Lant, John A. (foot-note), 65.

Laufer, Prof. Berthold, 72.

Lavington, Bishop, 120.

Law (The) as a Science, 344.

Law (A) Describing the Offense is
Required, 390.

Lawless Government of Men, A. 365.

Lawless Judiciary, A, 341.

Law Necessary for Protection of the
Accused, 369, 383.

"Law" Not Conformable to Natural
Justice is not the Law, 349.

Lawyers Now not Scientists of the
Law, 344.

Law of the Land," "The, 357, 364,
369-70-71, 375, 383, 385-86, 389-90.

Laws Should Have No Double Mean-
ing, 396.

Law That is Not the Law is Itself
Crime, 350.

Lee, Charles, Vice Defined, 289.

Lee, Mrs. Abbie Dyke, 313.

Lee. Rev. Frederick George. 306-7.

Legislative Penalizing of Mere Con-
structive Injuries, 407.

Legislature (The). Not the Court, to
Define a Crime, 395.

L'Estrange, Sir Robert. 219.

Letourneau, Prof. Ch., 246, 294.

Lewis, Dr. Denslow, 52, 53.

Libel and Slander Versus Argument.
90.

Liberty by Permission not American,
13. 159, 161.



Liberty of Circulation as Essential as

Liberty of Publishing, 19.
Liberty of Thought the Condition

Precedent, 77.

"Liberty Under Law," 417, 421.
Licensing Acts, The, 147, 207, 214.

218, 233, 238.
Licensing the Book Instead of the

Printer, 218.
Life Sexual," "The, 57.
Ligouri, Requirements of Modesty.

265.
Limitations Upon Congressional

Power, 12, 18, 20.
Limited Marriages (Humboldt), 294;

Parsons. 297.
Linnaeus, 314.

Literary Fashion and Morals, 104.
Literary Vulgarity and Morals, 107.
Livingston, Edward, 327, 343, 381-82.
Livy. 368-69.

Logical Suicide of Regulation Ar-
gument, 135.

Lotteries and the Mail, 20-21.
Lottery Decisions no Bearing on Sex-
Censorship, 22.
Lottery Matter, Exparte Jackson.

17. 21, 22, 23.
Louisiana Courts, 179.
"Love and Its Affinities," 62.
Lowell, Judge, 57, 406.
Lucien. in His "Eunuchus," 304.
Macaulay, Thomas B., 299, 300.
i Mackaye, James, 287.
I Magna Charta. 369-70-71-72-73, 376.

385-86.

Makart. Hans, 49.

1 Mala in Se and Mala Prohibit a, 20-21.
| Malchow, Dr. C W., 58, 68.
| Majority and Minority, 368.
i Man Cannot Create Moral Laws. 291.
| Mangasarian, M. M., 284.
Alanlius, M., Anecdote of. 265.
Mansfield, Lord, 183, 205, 227-28, 419.
Mantegazza, Dr. Paolo, 248.
Manufacture of Precedents, 47.
Many Dogmas Wholly Suppressed,

82.
March's "Action for Slander and

Arbitrament," 34.
: Marshall, Chief Justice. 17, 134-35.

137, 141, 395.
; Maryland Courts, 179.
j Massachusetts Courts, 180.
Massinger, Philip, 41.
Material Injury Essential to Crime.

350, 355.

Mather, Cotton, on Ethics, 286.
Mathews. Justice, 397.
. May Comparisons be Made? 330.
! May Congress Use Postal Power to

Regulate Trade? 135.
Medical Council, The, 118.



434



INDEX.



Menace of Such Power, 138.

Men Ought no Longer to be Led.
96.

Mere Conjecture of Court not Per-
missible, 392.

Mill, John Stuart, 287, 294.

Milton, John, 233, 300.

Minnesota Courts, 181.

Minnesota State Med. Society, 68.

Mississippi Courts, 182.

Missouri Courts, 182.

Modesty Among Some Worldlings,
268.

Modesty and Adultery in India, 261.

Modesty in Ancient Germany, 263.

Modesty in Ancient Greece, 258-59.

Modesty is Fear of the Judgment of
Others, 29.

Modesty of Adames Women, 261.

Modesty of a London Prostitute, 307.

Modesty of Another Extreme, 265.

Modesty of Native Mexicans, 259.

Mohammedan (The) and the Koran,
284.

Moliere 110.

Monks of Mount Athos, 268.

Monogamy and Variety, 297.

Montaigne, 321.

Montana Courts, 185.

Montesquieu, Baron, 224. 227-28-29.
348, 372-73, 379.

Moore, C. C, 45.

Moral Advance Through Criticism,
84.

"Moral" Emotions Intense as the
Nerves Are Diseased, 115.

Moral Evil of Comstockery, 101.

Morality as Object of Reverence, 283.

"Morality" not the Same to All, 292.

Moral Ought, The, 281.

Moravian Missionary on Polygamy,
291.

Mormon (The) and His "Prophet,
Seer, and Revelator," 284.

Mormon Polygamists, 113.

Morrow, Dr. Prince, 126.

Mortensen, Light of Religion, 282.

Mortimer, Geoffrey, 246, 297.

Mosheim. J. L. von, 264.

Most Frequently Used "Test," 338.

Mostly Still Crude Thinking as Re-
gards Essentials of Law, 367.

"Mrs. Warren's Profession," 56, 122.

Miiller, Prof. Max, 79.

Miinsterburg, Prof. Hugo, 32.

Museum of Anatomy, The, 56.

Must be Correspondence Between
Subjective and Objective, 348.

Must Include Empirical Generaliza-
tions in a Rational Generalization,
345.

Must the Language be "Obscene"?
335.

Mystifying Epithetic Tautology, 242.



Naga Women, The, 260.

National Liberal League, 326.

National Purity Federation, 119, 327.

Nation, Mrs. Carrie, 64, 308.

Natural Religion Demands Natural
Life, 299.

Nature of the Law, 346.

Nature of Our Social Organism. The,
353.

Nature's Moral Law is Unavoidable.
292.

Nature Ultimate Source of Authority
in Ethics, 287.

Nebraska Courts, 186.

Necessity of Intellectual Opportunity.
153, 238.

Nelson, "Rights of the Clergy," 303.

Nelson, U. S. Judge, 313.

New Hampshire Courts, 187.

New Jersey Courts, 188.

New York Courts, 189.

N. Y. Society for Suppression of
Vice, 45, 309.

New York World, 146.

No Certain Rule of Conduct Pro-
vided, 14.

No Conception of Freedom in Gen-
eral, 148.

Norris, Rev. John, 293.

Not "Unclean" in the Critics' Own
Cases, 7.

Nude Baptism of Women Among
Early Christians, 263.

Nudity and Modesty Among. Primi-
tive People of More Recent Times,
259.

Nudity Chaster in Its Effects Than
Partial Clothing, 306.

Objectivizing Our Emotional Ap-
praisements 27.

"Obscene and Indecent" Never Quali-
ties of Literature and Art, 250.

"Obscene Blasphemy," 46, 48.

"Obscene" Devoid of Every Objective
Element of Unification, 277.

"Obscene" Indefinable as a Matter of
Science, 361.

Obscenity and Indecency Not Sense-
Perceived Qualities, 13.

Obscenity Contribution of the Read-
ing Mind, 14, 338.

Obscenity Found Only in the Viewing
Mind. 277.

Obscenity Harmless to Normal Per-
sons. 103.

Obscenity Never Became a Common-
Law Crime in America, 39, 239.

Obscenity not Dissociated from Blas-
phemy, at First, 37.

Ohio Courts. 193.

Oklahoma Courts, 194, 204.

Old Arguments Supporting New
Tyrannies, 81.



435



INDEX.



Oldest Conviction for Obscenity,
Sedley's Case, 34.

Old Testament and the Law, 66.

Only Unifying Element (of "Ob-
scene") is Subjective, 277.

Open Letter to Jesus Christ," "An,
45.

Opening of Mail Matter by Officials,
19.

Opinions Are Non-Moral, 89.

Opposite of the Usual is Embarrass-
ing, 319.

Ordinary and Plain Meaning of
"Freedom," 150.

Ordronaux, 389.

Oregon Courts, 194.

Origen, Self-Mutilated, 262.

Origen's Views of Marriage, 48.

Origin of Prudery and Modesty, 245.

Otaheitan Marriage Ceremonies, 260.

Our Opinions Are Involuntary, 87.

Pacific Medical Journal., 60.

Paine, Thomas, 282.

Parke, Dr. J. Richardson, 71, 308.

Parliament of Paris, 305.

Parsons, Elsie Clews, 296.

Parvin, Theophilus, M.D., 61.

Passionate "Will to Believe," A, 25.

Pastor of the Labor Church, 298.

Paterson, James, 327.

Peculiarity of Australian Women,
260.

Peel, Sir Robert, 234.

Penalizing Abstractions and Emo-
tions, 409.

Penalties Cannot be Inflicted at the
Discretion of a Jury, 398.

Pennsylvania Courts, 194.

Persian (The) and the Laws of
Zoroaster, 284.

Personal Idiosyncrasy Versus Equal
Law, 133.

Pfleiderer, Rev. Otto, Solution Only
in God, 282-3.

Physical Examination in England,
303.

Physical Examination in Utah, 303-4.

Physical Foundation for Moral
Health, 75.

Platonic Love, Harmful as It is Im-
moral, 290.

Plea for Open-Mindedness, 249, 252.

Pleasure, Clergyman's Observations
Concerning, 293.

Poison, Actual and "Moral," no
Parallel, 301.

Political Myopia of Judges and
Legislators, 156.

Polyandry, in Thibet and Elsewhere,
291.

Pope, Alexander, 310.

Pope, Gregory the Great, 304.

Pope. Rev. L. A., 63.



Popular Ignorance, 119.

Populating by the Stork Method, 325.

Porto Rico, Suppression in, 97.

Postal Censorship in England, 234.

Postal Department, The, 17. 47, 67-8,
72, 118, 232, 312.

Postmaster General, The, 22, 308.

Post-Revolutionarv Discussion, 379.

Potter, Rev. John, 259.

Pratt, Prof. James B., 245.

Predestination and Immorality, 299.

Present Tests of Obscenity Grossly
Ridiculous, 127.

President Hall's Indefiniteness, 121.

Priestly, Dr. Joseph, 7.

Principles Which Were Before the
Constitutions, 384.

Printing License a Monopoly, 215.

Printing Merely an Extended Form
of Speech, 13.

Prior, Matthew, 41.

Progress by Knowledge of Natural
Law, 84.

Progress Conditioned Upon Experi-
mentation, 87.

Prohibiting Ideas One Thing; Pro-
hibiting Actions Quite Another, 21.

Prolegomena, 7.

Prosecution of Physicians, 54.

Protecting the Excessively Lewd, 67.

Protestant Electoral Union, 55.

Prudery in the Medical Profession,
51.

Prudish Popular Sex-Literature, 119.

Psychologic Argument Illustrated by
the Triangle. 272-73.

Psychologic Study of Modesty. A,
315.

Psychologic Tendency as Criterion
of Guilt, 236, 238.

Psychology of Modesty, 27.

Psychology of Montana Indians, 261.

"Public Indecency" Vague and In-
definite, 405.

Public Interest Requires Investiga-
tion, 96.

Public Pretense and Private Life,
112.

Punishment Bad Form of Syllogism,
95.

Puritan Prudery, 382.

"Purity" Books Suppressed, 62.

Purity Workers Victims of Judge-
Made Law, 327.

Putnam, Dr. Helen C. 119.

8 uestion- Begging Epithets, 254.
uintilian. 305.
Rabelais, 50.

Rabelais and Boccaccio, 307-8.
Rainsford, Rev. W. S., 59.
Rapid Advance of Sexual Psychol-
ogy, 30.




INDEX.



Rational Source, Then Rational De-
fense, 87.

Real Purity the Child of Knowledge,
99.

Reasoner, The, 231. . .

Reinterpretation of Our Constitu-
tional Guarantee, 206.

Relation of Special Cases to General
Principles, 345.

Relation of "Speech," ''Press," and
"Freedom," 151.

Religion and Science Distinguished,
279-80-81.

Religion Without Morals, 284.

Religious Heresy Then ; Moral Her-
esy Now, 79.

Religious Origin of Judicial Notions
About Uniform Standard of De-
cency, 242.

Religious Versus Secular Ethics, 281.

Required Certainty, General State-
ment, 364.

Requirement of Natural Justice, 347.

Renooz, Madame Celine, 318.

Retrogression Since the Revolution,
41, 43.

Revelation (A) to the Author, 59.

Revelations of the Literature of
Sadism, 340.

Reversion to Bad Pre-Constitutional
Conditions, 162.

Ribot, Prof. Th., 247, 319.

Right and Wrong Methods, 94.

Rights of Minorities, 85, 91.

Right to Hear and Read, 90.

Right to Know. 98.

Robinson, Dr. Wm. J., 341.

Roosevelt, President, 69, 157.

Root, Elihu. 157.

Royal Academy of Art, The, 306.

Royal Society, The, 252.

Ruffner, Rev. Dr., 262.

Safeguards Against Arbitrary De-
termination of Guilt, 372.

Saliras, The, 246.

Salter, Rev. W., 283.

Samoyed Women After Marriage,
260.

Sanchez, Obscene Casuistry of, 314.

Sanger's "History of Prostitution,"
68.

Satyr or Nvmphomaniac, not Books,
Responsible, 103.

Science Rationalizes Sex- Passion. 114.

Scientific Aspect of Law, 343.

Scientific Ethics Versus Hysteria, 112.

Scientific Meaning of "Law," 211.

Scientists on Modesty as an Instinct.
245.

"Screw-loos-ibus," 412.

Second Advance, Limiting the Law-
Making Power. 366.

Second Conviction for Obscenity. 34.

Sedgwick. Professor, 281.



Sedley, Sir Charles, 34-7.

Sensible Modesty in Masai, 261.

Sentiment of Modesty Most Change-
able, 249.

Sergi, Professor, 247.

Seventh Amendment to the Constitu-
tion, 17.

Sex-Education All-Important, 75.

Sex-Ignorance and Insanity, 123.

Sex Over-Valued as Good or Bad.
114.

Sex the One Terra Incognito, 74.

Sex- Worship Among Ancient Greeks
and Romans, 269.

Sexual Element not Found in All
Modesty or Shame, 274.

Sexual Fetichism, 339.

"Sexual Hygiene," 48.

Sexual Perversion and Religion, 269.

Shakespere, 41, 106, 210.

Shall Logic and Law or Sentimental-
ism Prevail? 415.

Shame in Ratio of One's Own Sex-
Sensitiveness, 323.

Shame (Modesty) Pain at Disap-
proval of Others, 319.

Sheribat's Rule for Turkish Women.
248.

Shufeldt, Dr. R. W., 50, 340.

Sidney, Algernon. 368-69.

Sinful Bishop," "The, 56.

Smith, Arthur, 287.

Smollet, T. G., 41.

"Social Compact and the Body Pol-
itic," 243.

Social Ethics Alter and Advance, 86.

"Social Peril," The, 62.

"Society for the Suppression of Vice,"
45.

Society for the Promotion of Social
Purity, 70.

Some East African Tribes, 260.

Special Creation and Organic Evolu-
tion, 244.

Spencer, Herbert, 94, 156, 247, 288.
290-91, 295.

Spinoza. Benedict. 222-23.

Spurgeon, Rev. Dr. C. H.. 120.

Spurious Modesty of Uncoerced
Sympathetic Imitation, 316.

Standard of Certainty, The, 414.

Star Chamber, The, 34, 209. 214, 217.
218, 227. 229. 418.

State Courts (The) Decisions of,

389-92, 397.

State Medical Society of Illinois. 327.
Statistics of Venereal Infection, 125-6.
Statute not Self-Explanatory is not

"the Law of the Land," 364.
Statutes (The) Do not Describe the

Criteria of Guilt, 342.
Status at Separation of American
Colonies. 38, 423.



437



INDEX.



Statutory Words Must Symbolize
Definite and Uniform Concepts,
410.

Stephens, Sir James Fitzjames. 227,
300, 381.

Sterne, Lawrence, 41.

Stoddard, Rev. Dr., 315.

Stoics, The, 111.

Story, Justice, 192.

Strattpn's "The Sexual Life," 57.

"Studies in the Psychology of Sex,"
70, 278.

"Studies of the Human Form," 50.

Stump Speeches by Judges, 321.

Sturgis, Prof. Frederic W., 118.

Subjective Feeling not Objective
Criterion, 32.

Suffering of the Vicious to Safeguard
Virtue, 124.

Suggestion for the Timid, 99.

Suggestions of the Depew Board of
Health, 72.

Suidas, 305.

Sullivan, Hon. Timothy, 157.

Suppressed Because not "Obscene,"

^66.

Suppressing Truth for Expediency,
79.

Suppression of Bible-Reading, 78.

Suppression, Then and Now. in Eng-
land and Here, 9.

Swedenborg, Emanuel, 61.

Swift, Jonathan, 41, 310.

Syllabus of Argument Against Mail-
Censorship, 129, 142.

Syllabus of Psychologic Study of
Modesty and Obscenity, 271.

Syllabus of the Argument Against
Constitutionality, 11, 12, 13.

Synthesis (The) and the Application,
402.

Tacitus, His Testimony, 263.

Talmey. Dr. B. S., 324.

Taxes on Knowledge, 230, 238.

Taylor and Lawton Cases, The, 311.

Ten Commandments in Pictures, 106.

Tertullian, 262.

Test, "Into Whose Hands," etc., 55.

Test of Obscenity not Matter of
Common Knowledge. 240-41, 389.

"Tests" Are not Standards of Judg-
ment, 278.

Tests of Guilt of Judicial Creation,
403.

Texas Courts, 195.

Text-Book Writers on Certainty in
Penal Statutes, 388.

Theodoret, 263.

Theological Morals, 281.

Third Advance, to Liberty Under
The Law, 366.

Third Conviction for Obscenity, 35.



Thomas, Prof. William I.. 106. 247-8,
319-20.

'Three Weeks," 50.

Timidity of Moral Dissentients, 257.

''Tokology," 59.

Tolstoy, Count, 263.

Tolstoy's "Kreutzer Sonata," 50.

Tournefort, Doctor, 261.

Tragedy of Youth, The, 299.

Train, George Francis, 65, 309-10.

Transition Toward Secular Morality.
282.

Treby, Justice, 144.

Trevor, John, 298.

True Modesty Eludes Exact Defini-
tion, 316.

Trumbull, Gen. M. M., 156.

"Triumph of Charles V," 49.

Turkish Prudery, 261.

Tyndale, William, 78.

Tyrants' "Love" of Liberty, 144, 145.

Unabridgable Right to Utter, 203.

Unabridged Free Speech Unknown to
Blackstone, 226.

"Unbecoming" Literature, 334.

Uncertain and Ambiguous Statutes
Distinguished, 358.

Uncertain and Personal Standards
of Law, 28.

Uncertain Statutes, 404.

Uncertain Statutes and Judicial Legis-
lation, 352, 390-91, 412.

Uncertain Statutes Classified, 356.

Uncertainty as to Medical Books, 337.

Uncertainty Concerning the "Ob-
scene," 360.

Uncertainty in Case of "Intent" and
"Obscene" Contrasted, 361-62.

Uncertainty in Heresy Trials, 381.

Uncertainty Negatives "Due Process
of "Law?' 279, 355.

Uncertainty of Evidence and of Law
Distinguished, 359.

Uncertainty of Statutory Criteria of
Mailability, 233.

Uncertainty of Tests in England, 236,
380.

"Uncle Tom's Cabin." 103, 339, 341.

Unclothed Nilotic Tribes, The, 322.

Unfamiliar (The) Most Often "Ob-
scene," 276.

U. S. Attorney-General, 311-12.

U. S. Supreme Court, 9, 23, 73, 138,
161, 162, 199, 201, 205, 207, 218, 241,
243, 341, 347, 357, 395-96. 399.

Union of Church and State, 209, 210.
214.

United States Courts, 65, 104, 392-95,
407.

Unreasoned Mioral Sentimentalism,
not Ethics, Favors Suppression,
116, 240.



438



mshifting Line of Partition Non-
Existent, 250.
"Up-to-Date Fables," 58.
Urgency for the Education Denied

by Law, 127.
Utah Pope, The, 284.
Vanni, 45.

Various Methods of Abridgment, 206.
Vast Number of Vague "Moral" Laws

and Regulations, 357.
Verdict (The) in the Appellate

Tribunal, 29.

"Vice; Its Friends and Its Foes," 58.
Victims of Diseased Emotions, 77.
Vital Importance of Separation of

Powers. 379.
Voltaire, 311.
Wace, Prebendary, 281.
Wake, C. Stanisland, 295.
Walker, Dr. Mary, 60.
Wallace, Alfred Russell, 246.
Wanamaker, Postmaster-General, 50.
"War Chronicles," 231.
"War Fly Streets," 231.
Warren, Mortimer A., 63, 64.
Washington Courts, 196.
Wasman, Father Erich, 244.
"Water" Illustrates "Obscene" by

Contrast, 360-61.
Waugh, Prof. Wm. F.. 117.
Webster, Ass't Atty. Gen., R. M., 68.
Webster, Daniel, 140.
Webster, John, 257.
Well-bred African Negroes, The, 260.
Wesley, John, 254.
Westermarck, Prof. Eduard. 31, 246,

297.

Westminster Revieiv. 91.
Western Society for the S. of Vice.

70.



i West Virginia Courts. 196.

' What is of Infinite Importance, 8.

Wherein Must the Obscenity be? 335.

"Where the Law is Uncertain There
is no Law," 15. 346, 352. 355, 361,
363, 378. 385, 387-88. 401, 404. 410-
11, 414.

White, Prof. Andrew D., 314.

Whose Conception of the Good and
Useful? 288.

Whose Opinion, the Juror's, the Pub-
lic's, or the Purist's? 332.

Why Discuss the Subject at All? 75.

Why Few Accusations Fail, 29.

Wickedness of Supporting Sex Super-
stitions by Law, 82.

Wilder, Prof. G. Burt. 121.

Wilkes, John, 37-8.

Williams, "Evolutional Ethics," 288,
319.

Will Truth. Crushed. Rise Again?
82.

Wisconsin Courts, 198.

Wise, John B., 65, 310.

Witchcraft and Obscenity. 28. 253,
256.

Witches Subjective, 254.

Word Extra, The, 313.

Words not an Overt Act. 373.

Works First Attacked, 50.

Wollstonecraft, Mary, 318.

W. C. T. U., 70, 119.

Women's Customs of Dress in 17th
Century. 265-66.

Women in Lapland. 259.

Worse Than Mere Neglect of Scien-
tific Method, 165.

Yoke." "The, 50.

Y. M. C. A., 70.

! Zola's Novels in England. Prosecu-
tion of. 41.



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