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Structure, Standardization of. (Note.)

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Probation and Suspended Sentence. Edith Abbott. (Art.).

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Commission for the Year 1917, Eleventh Report of the New York
State. (Rev.)

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in Milwaukee, Judge Backus on. (Note.)..

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Officer in the New Social Alignment After the War, The. A. J.
Todd. (Art.)

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Officers in New York State, Manual for: Second Edition. (Rev.) 1-155
- Work, Standards for Effective. (Note).

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Procedure of Courts-Martial, Notes on. Lewis K. Underhill. (Art.).. 1- 42
Psychiatric Examinations in "Courts and Prisons. (Note.).

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Research in Delinquency, Some New Problems for. Thomas W.
Salmon. (Art.)

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Psychiatry and Sociology in San Quentin, California, To Create a De-
partment of. (Note.)

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— Military Value of. (Note.)

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Psychoanalysis of the Radical Type. (Note.)

1—124
The Technique of. (Rev.)

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Psychopathic Delinquents, Some Institutional Problems in Dealing with.
Katharine Bement Davis. (Art.)....

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Punishment of Crime, The. W. H. Townsend. (Art.)..

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Sentence, Probation and Suspended. Edith Abbott. (Art.).

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Social Process. (Rev.)

4627
Work at Pittsburgh, 1917. Proceedings of National Conference
of. (Rev.)

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"Spike" O'Donnell, The Case of. (Note.)

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Statistics in Illinois, For the Collection of. (Note.).

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Institutions for Mental Diseases, Uniform. (Note.)

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Police. (Note.)

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The First Step in Developing a System of Criminal. (Ed.). 4485
Subnormal, Psychology of the Normal and. (Rev.)..

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Testimony, Expert E. Ray Stevens. (Art.).

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Some Remarks About. (Note.)...

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Wage Payment of Prisoners, A Study of. L. D. Weyand. (Art.). 4558
Women in Iowa. Legal and Political Status of. (Rev.)...

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SOCIAL CONTROL

VOLUME XII PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL

SOCIETY

MAIN TOPICS
Ideals as a Factor in the Future Control of International Society.
General Topic: Agencies and Fields of Social Control.

Social Control of Child Welfare. Sophonisba P. Breckenridge.

The War as a Crisis in Social Control. Carl Kelsey.
General Topic: Primitive Social Control.

Primitive Individual Ascendancy. Hutton Webster.
Primitive Social Ascendancy Viewed as an Agent of Selection in

Society. F. Stuart Chapin.
Survival of Primitive Controls in Frontier or Retarded Communi-

ties. James Elbert Cutler.
The Social Structure of the Northern Algonkian. Frank G. Speck.
General Topic: Social Control of Wealth.
The Social Control of the Acquisition of Wealth. Edward Cary

Hayes. Motives in Economic Life. Carleton H. Parker. General Topic: Social Control of Immigration. Immigration as a Problem in Social Control. Henry Pratt Fair

child.
The Immigrant as a Problem in Community Planning. Grace

Abbott.
Control of Immigration Based Upon the True Demand for Labor.

Arthur J. Todd.
General Topic: Social Control of Political Relations.

Social Control of Democracy. Franklin H. Giddings.
Social Control and International Relations. Charles Horton

Cooley.

1918. The University of Chicago Press, 5874 Ellis Avenue,

Chicago, Ill. GENTLEMEN:

Please send me by return mail a copy of SOCIAL CONTROL, for which I inclose $..... (price $1.50, postage extra, weight 1 lb. 6 oz.).

Name

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ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Herman Adler, Illinois State Criminologist, Adolf Meyer, Professor of Psychiatry,

Chicago.

John Hopkins University.

Frederic B. Crossley, Librarian of the Nathan William MacCheaney, of the Chi.

Elbert H. Gary Collection of Criminal

cago

Bar ; former President of the

Law and Criminology, Northwestern Uni.

American Institute of Criminal Law and

versity.

Criminology; Lt. Col., Judge Advocate,

Katherino Bement Davis, Chairman, Parole

Central Division, Chicago.

Board, New York City.

Robert W. Millar, Professor of Law,

Georro F. Delser, Member of the Phila-

Northwestern University.

delphia Bar.

Hugo Pam, Justice of the Superior Court

Charles A. De Courcy, Justice of Supreme

of Cook County; President of the In-

Judicial Court of Massachusetts.

stitute, Chicago.

Robert Ferrari, Member of the New York

Edwin W. Sims, Member of the Chicago

City Bar.

Raymond B. Fosdick, Bureau of Social

Bar; President of the Chicago Crime

Commission.

Hygiene, New York City.

James W. Garner, Professor of Political

Arthur J. Todd, Professor of Sociology.

Science, University of Illinois.

University of Minnesota.

Bornard Glueck, Director Psychopathic

Cheater G. Vernier, Professor of Law,

Laboratory, State Prison, Ossining, N. Y.

Stanford University, Cal.

William G. Hale, Professor of Law, Uni. August Vollmer, Chief of Police, Berkeley,

versity of Illinois.

California.

William Healy, Director of the Judge Guy Montrose Whipple, Professor of AP

Baker Foundation, Boston.

plied Psychology and Director of the

Joel D. Hunter, General Superintendent, Bureau of Educational Research, Car-

United Charities, Chicago.

negie Institute of Technology. Pitts-

Edwin R. Keedy, Professor of Law, Uni-

burgh, Pa.

versity of Pennsylvania.

John H. Wigmore, Dean of the Northwest

Edward Lindsey, Member of the Warren

ern University Law School; Lt. Col.,

(Pa.) Bar.

Judge Advocate, Washington, D. C.

F._Emory Lyon, Superintendent Central Elmer A. Wilcox, Professor of Law, Uni.

Howard Association, Chicago.

versity of Iowa.

2. Notes on the Procedure of Courts-Martial.....

. Lewin K. Underhill 42

3. Criminal Statutes on Birth Control. .....J. C. Ruppenthal 48

4. Drug Addictions ..

L. L. Stanley 62

5. Free Speech and the Espionage Act........G. P. Garrett 71

6. What Value Has the Inspection of Institutions ?...

.....E. R. Carr 76

7. Study of the Physical Condition of One Thousand Delin-

quents Seen in Court....

..V. V. Anderson and Christine M. Leonard 82

8. The Human Element in Justice......... George Everson 90

9. Citizen Co-operation with the Police Department....

... Cornelius Cahalane 100

10. The Probation Officer in the New Social Alignment After

the War

..A. J. Todd 108

JUDICIAL DECISIONS ON CRIMINAL LAW AND PRO-

CEDURE

116

NOTES AND ABSTRACTS:

Psychoanalysis of the Radical Type (124)——The Feeble-Minded

in a Rural County of Ohio (125)—To Provide a Department

of State Police in Illinois (126)-Ideal Anti-Loan Shark

Statute (128)-To Create a Department of Psychiatry and So-

ciology at the State Prison in San Quentin, Cal. (143)-For

Criminal Records in Illinois (144)—State Conference of Magis-

trates (147)—Standardization of Prison Structure (148)—Uni-

form Statistics in Institutions for Mental Diseases (148)-The

Case of "Spike" O'Donnell (149).

REVIEWS AND CRITICISMS:

The Unsound Mind and the Law, by Jacoby (151)-Personal

Identification, by Wilder and Wentworth (153)-Eleventh An-

nual Report of the New York State Probation Commission for the

Year 1917 (154)—Manual for Probation Officers in New York

State, Second Edition (155)—Report of the Magistrates' Court,

City of New York (155)–Cook County and the Mentally Handi-

capped: A Study of the Provisions for Dealing with the Mentally

Handicapped in Cook County, Illinois, by Adler (157).

American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology President: The Hon. Hugo Pam, Judge of the Superior Court of Cook

County, Chicago, Ill.
Vice-Presidents:

The Hon. William Renwick Riddell, Toronto, Canada.
Thomas C. O'Brien, Boston, Mass.

August Vollmer, Berkeley, Cal.
General Secretary: Edwin M. Abbott, Land Title Bldg., Philadelphia.
Executive Board: Chairman, John H. Wigmore, 31 W. Lake St.,

Chicago.

American Society of Military Law President: Col. Burnett M. Chiperfield, M. C.-at-Large from Illinois,

Illinois National Guard. Secretary: Professor Henry W. Ballantine, University of Illinois,

Urbana, Ill. Executive Committee: Chairman, Lt. Col. Nathan William MacChes

ney, Judge Advocate, Central Division, Chicago.

American Prison Association President: Arch-deacon B. M. Spurr, Moundsville, W. Va. First Vice-President: Gen. Demetrio Castillo, Warden, Cuban Peni

tentiary, Havana. Executive Committee: The President, General Secretary, Financial

Secretary and Treasurer, ex-officio, and the following:
Dr. J. T. Gilmour, Parole Commissioner, Toronto, Ont.
Orlando F. Lewis, General Secretary, New York Prison Associa:

tion, 135 E. 15th St., New York.
Frank Moore, Supt., State Reformatory, Rahway, N. J.
C. S. Reed, Warden State Prison, Stillwater, Minn.
George L. Sehon, Supt. Children's Home Society, Louisville, Ky.
Arch-deacon B. M. Spurr, Moundsville, W. Va.
W. H. Whittaker, Supt. District of Columbia Reformatory and

Workhouse, Occoquan, Va.
General Secretary: Joseph P. Byers, Empire Bldg., Philadelphia.

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