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American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology
OBJECT. The object of the American Institate of Criminal Law and Criminology “hall be to further the scientific study of crime, criminal law and procedare, to formulate and promote measure for solving the problems connected therewith and co-ordinate the effort of individuals and of organizations Interested in the administration of certain speedy justica."
ORGANIZATION. Membership. The institute in both a national and a local organisation, national organization being the American Institute and the local organization being known me" State Branch of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminologs," with such local branche of citia, counties or other districts for local work, meetings and investigation n the stata branch ma deatre, sach local branches to do their deen and elect their offlcen subject to the approval of the stato branch. Applications for membership in the American Institute itwell should be addressed to the secretary, and are passed upon by the Executive Board Applications for membership in the state branch where the applicant resides should be sent to the secretary of such stata branch or to the voeretary of the American Institute, who will forward it to the secretary of the state branch
INFORMATION. All communications with referenca to the work of the Institute and members abip therein should be addressed to:
Secretary, American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, 819 Land Title Building. Philadele pbia
DUES. The annual duen of the American Instituto ar $2.00. The annual subscription to the JOURNAL I $8.00, thus giving all the advantages of the Institute and the JOURNAL for $6.00 pe pour. The annual dues of the state branches are aueh us each state branch may ix. Where state branela do organized residents of that state must join through it, and meambership will include membership in the American Institute
OFFICERS: The general officers of the Institute and Executive Board are:
Hugo Pam, Judge of the Superior Court, Chicago, m.
William Renwick Riddell, Justice of the Supreme Courty, Toronto, Can.
Thomas C. O'Brien, Prison Commissioner, Boston, Mass.
Bronson Winthrop, 32 Liberty Street, New York City. SECRETARY: Edwin M. Abbott, former member of the Legislature and Chairman of State Commission on Amend
ment and Revision of Penal Laws, Land Title Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
Louis N. Robinson, Professor of Statistics, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pa
Bernard J. Glueck, Director Psychopathic Laboratory, State Penitentiary, Ossining, N. Y. For the term expiring 1920:
Franklin Chase Hoyt, Chief Justice of the Children's Court, New York City.
Institute, Chicago. For the term aspiring 1921: James Bronson Reynolds, Chairman of the Executive Board of the Voluntary Defender's Condo
mittee, New York. James J. Barbour, State Senator, Chicago, m. James H. Tafts, University of Chicago, Chicago, III.
F. Emory Lyon, Superintendent Central Howard Association, Chicago, Ill. Ex-Officio:
John E. Wigmore, Professor of Law in Northwestern University, 31 W. Lake Street, Chicago, . Nathan William MacChesney, of the Chicago Bar; Commissioner on Uniform State Laws, 80
No. La Salle St., Chicago, III. John B. Winslow, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. Orrin N. Carter, Justice of the Supreme Court of Illinois, Chicago, Ill. Quincey A. Myers, Justice of the Supreme Court of Indiana Indianapolis. Ind. In E Robinson, former President Judge Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia
Grafton, W. Va. John P. Briscoe, Judge of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, Prince Frederick, Md. George W. Kirchwey, former Dean of the School of Law, Columbia University, New York City. Frederic B. Crossley, Managing Director of the Institute, Librarian of the Elbert E. Gary Col
lection of Criminal Law and Criminology, Northwestern University Law School, 31 W. Lake
St., Chicago, II. Robert H. Gault, Managing Editor of the Journal of the Institute, Professor of Psychology in North
western University, Evanston, m.
GENERAL INDEX TO VOLUME X, 1919-1920
No. Page Abbott, Edith—Probation and Suspended Sentence...,
3-341 Anderson, V. V.—Study of Physical Condition of One Thousand Delinquents Seen in Court....
1- 82 Arnold, Victor P.-Insanity and Criminal Responsibility (Report of Committee A of the Institute)......
2–184 Cahalane, Cornelius-Citizen Co-operation with the Police Department.. 1-100 Cass, E. R.–What Value Has the Inspection of Institutions ?.. 1- 76 Creecy, Donald B.-Courts-Martial.......
2-202 Crowder, Enoch H.-Court-Martial Sentence During the War.. 14- 16 Davis, Katharine Bement-Some Institutional Problems in Dealing with Psychopathic Delinquents
.... 3–385 De Courcy, Charles A.-Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of
the Institute and Subsequent Meetings of the Executive Board-
3—423 Everson, George–The Human Element in Justice..
1- 90 Garrett, G. P.-Free Speech and the Espionage Act..
1- 71 Hodson, William-What Minneapolis Has Done and Should Do for the Feeble-Minded
24208 Hoffman, Charles W.--Social Aspects of the Family Court.
3-409 Kane, Frances Fisher-Drugs and Crime (Report of Committee G of the Institute)
3–356 La Chard, F. W.-Finger Print Characteristics.
2–195 Leonard, Christine M.–Study of the Physical Condition of One Thousand Delinquents
1- 82 Lindsey, Edward-Indeterminate Sentence, Release on Parole and
Pardon (Report of Committee F of the Institute)..... 2-223 Malzberg, Benjamin-On the Relation of Mental Defect to Delinquency;
A Study of Cases Before the Voluntary Defender's Committee
2—218 MacChesney, Nathan William-Report on Courts-Martial in Europe in the 33rd Division, A. E. F......
44549 Pam, Hugo, Annual Address of the President of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology.....
34327 Purcell-Guild, June-Study of One Hundred and Thirty-one Delinquent
Girls Held in the Juvenile Detention Home in Chicago, 1917... 3—441 Ray, P. (.-Metropolitan and State Police (Report of Committee I of the Institute)
3–351 Riddell, William Renwick-An International Murder Trial.
24-176 Criminal Law in Upper Canada a Century Ago..
4549 Ruppenthal, J. C.-Criminal Statutes on Birth Control..
1- 48 Salmon, Thomas W.-Some New Problems for Psychiatric Research in Delinquency
the Voluntary Defenders' Committee of New York City. Ben-
Study of One Hundred and Thirty-one. June Purcell-Guild.
Thousand. V. V. Anderson and Christine M. Leonard. (Art.) 1- 82
of the Eleventh Annual Meeting of the Institute-Address of
before the Voluntary Defenders' Committee of N. Y. City.
sions Dealing with the Mentally Handicapped in Cook County,
and Board of Trustees of the National Committee on. (Note.) 2—293