Labor, Views of.
Labor legislation (general).
Labor violence.
Land, Taxation of.
Lead workers.
Legal aid.
Legal procedure.
Legislature, pay of officials.
Legislative reference bureaus.
Life insurance.
Life saying.
Lights on horse-drawn vehicles.
Liquor, Adulteration of.
Liquor on railway trains.
Liquor question.
Loan companies.
Local elections.
Losses at sea, Liability for.
Lumber, Transportation of.
Marble, Artificial.
Maternity homes.
Maternity wards.
Mayors' conference.
Meat inspection.
Medical advertising.
Medical inspection of schools.
Mexican war.
Milk standards.
Minimum wage.
Monopolies, Restraint of.
Monroe doctrine.
Montessori system.
Mortality statistics.
Motor bus transportation.
Moving pictures.
Municipal accounting.
Municipal farm.
Municipal government.
Municipal lodging houses.
Modicipal ownership.
Municipal reference libraries.
Municipal research.
Municipal sanitation.
Murders, Printing details of.

National Guard.
Naval Militia, State.
Negotiable instruments.
Negro representation in national

conventions. Negroes. Negroes (segregation in Federal ser

New York City.
Noise prevention.
Normal schools.
Occupational diseases.
Ohio Constitution.
Ohio Industrial Commission.
Oil inspection.
Old-age pensions.
Open shop.
Pamunkey Indians.
Paper industry in Southern States.
Pardoning power.
Parole law.
Patent medicine.
Peace movement.
Pennsylvania Railroad.
Pensions to Confederate soldiers.
Pensions to mothers.
Pensions to teachers.
Physicians, Examination and regis-

Police power of U. S.
Police, State.
Politics and social reform.
Posture League.
Preferential voting.
Price agreements.
Presidential primaries.
Prison reform.
Prisoners' mail.
Prize fights.
Probation for delinquents.
Proportional representation,
Public baths.
Public defender.
Public health.
Public records.

Public schools.
Public service corporations.
Public utilities.
Railroad commissions.
Railroad employees, Working ours.
Railroad tracks, Fencing of.
Railroads in war.
Recall of Judges.
Red Cross.
Registration of births, deaths, mar-

Religious agencies.
Removal of officials.
Revenue Cutter Service.
Rural education.
Rural social conditions.
Safety appliances.
Safety at sea.
Satellite cities.
School books.
School camps.
School centers.
School gardens.
School lunches.
School rooms.
Senators, U. S.
Sewage disposal.
Sex hygiene.
Sheriffs, Payment of.
Short ballot.
Single tax.
Skyscrapers (employees of).
Social centers.
Social insurance.
Social litany.
Social organizations (National di-

Social work and workers.
Southern States, Sociology in.
Speed regulations.
Steam boiler inspection.
Steamship trusts.
Steel workers.
Steerage conditions.
Stenographers, Court.
Stock exchanges.
Street railways.

Strikes, Arbitration for.
Sunday legislation.
Surveys of social conditions.
Tag days.
Tax commissions.
Tax maps.
Taxation, Boards of equalization.
Taxation, Notes, bonds, etc.
Taxation of corporations.
Taxation of corporations in Virginia.
Taxation on business.
Taxes, Delinquent.
Teachers, Visiting.
Telephone operators.
Ten-hour day.
Text books.
Text books, Free.
Tin-plate industry.
Torrens system.
Towns, Incorporation of.
Trade unions.
Trading stamps.
Traffic laws.
Transvaal miners.
Twelve-hour day.
Typhoid fever.
Uniform accounting.
Unitarian Church.
U. S. Steel Corporation.
Venereal diseases.
Ventilation, Legislation.
Veterinary practice.
Vocational education.
Vocational guidance.
Voting, Absent.
Voting, Compulsory.
Voting machines.
War in Europe, Social measures

prompted by.
Wasserman test.
Water power.
Water supply.
Weapons, Sale of.
Weights and measures.
Welfare exhibits.
Welfare work.
Wisconsin Industrial Commission.

Wisconsin Constitutional Conven

Woman, Hours of labour for.
Woman suffrage.
Women's clubs.

Women, Organization of working.
Women police.
Women, Wages of.
Y. M. C. A.

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Principally to Virginia, from Virginia Newspapers. Administrative Board, Richmond. Long Roll,” by Mary Johnston. American flag.

Madison, Dolly. Athletics, baseball, football.

Maury, M. F. Auditing and bookkeeping, State. Mill tax. Automobile traffic regulation.

Monumental Church. Bible in the public schools.

Moving pictures. Boy scouts.

Negroes. Boys' clubs.

Norfolk, Va.- History. Boys, training in citizenship.

Oysters and fisheries. Cabinet.

Pay of teachers. Charity.

Penitentiary, Virginia. Christmas legends.

Playgrounds. Cigarette law.

Poe, Edgar Allan. Cold storage.

Primaries in Virginia. College for women, State.

Prohibition (liquor question). Commission government.

Public drinking cup. Compulsory education.

Pure food law in Virginia. Coafederate States history.

Railroads in Virginia. Consolidation of schools.

Richmond, women writers in. Ceorict labor.

Richmond-History. Criminal insane.

Richmond Blues. Daughters of 1812.

Richmond-Burning of theatre, Dazghters of the American Revolu

1811. tion in Virginia.

Richmond-Four-ward plan. Dirkens, Charles, visit to Richmond. School farms, model farms, agriculDrainage.

tural schools. Education in Virginia.

Segregation of the races in Virginia. Eugenic marriages.

Seven modern wonders of the world. Fee system.

Sheppard, William L. Fire-arms, carrying.

Short ballot. Francisco, Peter.

State banks. Free school books.

Taxation in Virginia. Gambling (race tracks).

Tredegar iron works. Game laws.

University of Virginia. Ghosts, Virginia.

Valentine Museum.
Grod roads in Virginia.

Great seal of the Confederacy. Virginia-History.
Heary, Patrick.

Virginia-State Capitol.
Historic homes in Virginia.

Virginia State Fair and its organHonor system.

izer, Gen. W. H. Richardson. intson, Stonewall.

Virginia place names. vaes, John Paul.

Virginia State Library. Cordon enabling act.

Virginia State seal. Journalism.

Waddell, James. hvenile Court and probation. Washington and Lee University. Labor laws for women.

Westham foundry. Landmarks, preserving.

Westmoreland Club, Richmond, Lee, Gen. R. E.

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