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S. Vineberg, A. B. McGill, 1908; A. M. Columbia, 1908. Provincial and Local Taxation in Canada. 1912.

M.C. Wright, A. B. Vassar, 1908; A. M. Columbia, 1910. History of the Province of Florida.

CORNELL Frederick Herbert Gilman, A. B. Wesleyan, 1909; A. M. Cornell, 1910. Federal Supervision of Banks.

John Allen Morgan, A. B. Trinity College (N. C.), 1906; A. M., 1908. State Aid to Transportation in North Carolina.

E. D. Ross, Ph. D. Syracuse, 1909; Ph. M., 1910. The Liberal Republican Movement.

George Cline Smith, A. B. Oklahoma, 1908. Legislative and Judicial History of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

Harry E. Smith, A. B., A. M., De Pauw, 1906. The United States Federal Internal Tax History from 1861-1871. Completed.

G. F. Zook, A. B. Kansas, 1906; A. M., 1907. The Royal African Company (16621715).

HARVARD Daniel Huger Bacot, Jr., A. B. Charleston, 1908, A. M., 1909; A. M. Harvard, 1910. The South Carolina Land System, in relation to Political and Social Institutions. 1914.

Arthur Edward Romilly Boak, A. B. Queen's, 1907; A. M. Harvard, 1911. The Magistri of the Roman Republic and Empire. 1913.

A. H. Buffington, A. B. Williams, 1907; A. M. Harvard, 1909. The Spirit of Expansion in the United States prior to 1860.

K. W. Colgrove, A. B. Iowa, 1909; A. M., 1910. The History of Legislative Instructions in the United States.

Edwin Angell Cottrell, A. B. Swarthmore, 1907. The Government of Newport, Rhode Island. 1913.

Charles Claflin Davis, S. B. Harvard, 1901; LL. B., ibid., 1910. Nature of Law. 1913.

Joseph Stancliffe Davis, A. B. Harvard, 1908. The Policy of New Jersey toward Business Corporations. 1913.

Ralph Kendall Forsyth, A. B. Indiana, 1908; A. M. Stanford, 1909. History of the Maritime Unions. 1914.

Clifton Rumery Hall, A. B. Amherst, 1906; A. M. Harvard, 1908. The Secretary of State as a Diplomat. 1913.

Ralph Emerson Heliman, Ph. B. Morningside College, 1906; A. M. Northwestern, 1907. Chicago Traction. 1913.

T. N. Hoover, A. B. Ohio, 1905; A. M., 1906; A. M. Harvard, 1907. The Monroe Doctrine.

Orren Chalmer Hormell, A. B. Indiana, 1904; A. M. Harvard, 1909. Reasons for Negro Suffrage. 1913.

Yamato Ichihashi, A. B. Stanford, 1907; A. M., ibid., 1908. Japanese Emigration and their Immigration into the State of California. 1913.

John Ise, A. B. Kansas, 1910; LL. B., ibid., 1911; A. M., ibid., 1912. The Government Land Policy since 1880. 1914.

T. H. Jack, A. B. Alabama, 1902; A. M., 1903. The Opposition to Secession in Alabama.

Burr Frank Jones, A. B. Colby, 1907. The History of the United States Post Office.

Philip Benjamin Kennedy, A. B. Beloit, 1905; A. M. Harvard, 1911. Railroad Valuation. 1914.

R. J. Kerner, A. B. Chicago, 1908; A. M., 1909. The Early History of Russian Policy toward the United States.

E. A. Kincaid, A. B. State Coll. of Washington, 1910; A. M. Harvard, 1911. The Locofoco Movement.

Harley Leist Lutz, A. B. Oberlin, 1907; A. M. Harvard, 1908. State Control over the Assessment of Property for Local Taxation. 1913.

Selden Osgood Martin, A. B. Bowdoin, 1903; A. M. Harvard, 1904. Recent WaterPower Development in the United States. 1912.

Joseph Roswell Hawley Moore, A. B. Boston, 1899; A. M., ibid., 1906. The English Colonial System under the Hanoverians. 1914.

William Thomas Morgan, Ph. B., Ohio, 1909; A. M. Harvard, 1910. The Personality of the Federal Judiciary. 1914.

Johann Gottfried Ohsol, Candidate of Commercia, Riga Polytechnic Institute (Russia), 1903. Political Activities of the American Labor Unions. 1913.

E. W. Pahlow, B. L. Wisconsin, 1899; A. M. Harvard, 1901. The Diplomatic Relations between England and Holland, 1668 to 1672.

Dexter Perkins, A. B. Harvard, 1909. The Early Effects of the Monroe Doctrine in Europe. 1913.

R. J. Ray, A. B. Kansas, 1908; A. M., 1909. The Financial and Banking History of the United States, 1838–1846.

William Chauncey Rice, A. B. Wesleyan, 1901; A. M. Yale, 1902. The Decline of the Federalist Party in New England.

C. O. Ruggles, A. B. Iowa State Normal, 1906; A. M. Iowa, 1907. The Greenback Movement, with Special Reference to Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois.

Emil Sauer, Litt. B., Texas, 1903; A. M. Harvard, 1908. The Reciprocity Treaty of 1875 and the Relations between the United States and Hawaii, 1875–1908. 1912.

Walter James Shepard, A. B. Harvard, 1902. The American Indian Policy.

H. N. Sherwood, A. B. Indiana, 1909; A. M. Harvard, 1910. The Relations of the United States with Spain, 1780–1795.

G. M. Stephenson, S. B. Chicago, 1906; A. B. Augustana, 1910, A. M. Harvard, 1911. The History of Politics and the Public Land from 1841 to 1862.

Russell McCulloch Story, A. B. Monmouth College, 1904; A. M. Harvard, 1908. The Office of Mayor in the United States.

Charles Manfred Thompson, A. B. Illinois, 1909; A. M., ibid., 1910. Illinois Sectionalism; 1830–50. 1913.

Raynor Greenleaf Wellington, A. B. Harvard, 1902; A. M., ibid., 1903. Political Influence of Public Lands, 1825–42. 1913.

Francis Harding White, A. B. Princeton, 1887; A. M. Harvard, 1898. The American National Government since 1789. 1912.

Ralph Cahoon Whitnack, A. B. Brown, 1906; A. M. Harvard, 1911. Land Valuation in England. 1914.

Carter Godwin Woodson, A. B. Chicago, 1907; A. M. Ibid., 1908. The Disruption of Virginia. 1912.


D. 0. Clark, A. B. Drury, 1890; A. M. Illinois, 1909. Ministerial Responsibility in Prussia since 1786.

Harry E. Heeren, A. B. Judicial Control over Legislation in Foreign Countries.

S. M. Reed, A. B. Mount Holycke, 1907; A. M. Illinois, 1908. A Study of the Relations between Church and State in Massachusetts, 1691-1780.

P.S. Reifi, Ph. D. Tübingen, 1901. Friedrich Gentz: An Opponent of the French Revolution and of Napoleon.

J. P. Senning, A. B. Iowa, 1908. Political Sectionalism in Illinois.


J. L. Donaldson, S. B. Maryland Agriculture College, 1910. State Administration in Maryland. 1913.

C. G. Fenwick, A. B. Loyola College, 1908; A. M., 1909. The Neutrality Laws of the United States. Completed.

P. S. Flippin, A. B. Richmond (Va.), 1906. Royal Government in Virginia, 16241776.

W. B. Hunting, A. B. Johns Hopkins, 1909. The Impairment of the Obligation of Contract. 1913.

0. L. Owens, A. B. Richmond College, 1898. The Protection of American Foreign Missionaries by the United States Government. 1913.

J. L. Russell, A. B. Emory & Henry College, 1907. The Equal Protection of the Laws. 1913.

H. Wirt Steele. Labor legislation in Maryland. 1912.
Tomikichi Yokoyama, Ph B. Kansas City, 1909. The Japanese Judiciary. 1913.


W. E. Cox, B. A., Texas, 1909. The History of Commercial Relations between the United States and Japan. 1913.

Mary Williams, A. B. Leland Stanford, 1907, A. M., 1908. The Relations of England and America in Central America since 1815.

MICHIGAN L. G. Cooper, A. B. Michigan, 1904. The Political Campaigns of the Civil War in Michigan.


William Bethke, A. B. Minnesota, 1910; M. A., ibid., 1911. The Grand Jury System.

Arnold J. Lein, A. B. Minnesota, 1908; M. A., ibid., 1909. Highway Legislation in Minnesota.

M. N. Olson, A. B. Minnesota, 1908; M. A., ibid., 1909; L. S. B., 1912. The Public Lands in Minnesota.

NEW YORK A. 0. Miller, Jr., A. B. Columbia, 1893; LL. B., 1895; LL. M., 1896; J. D. New York, 1908. Local Government in New York during the Revolution.

A. G. Warren, A. B. Rochester, 1883; A. M. New York, 1909. Chief Justice Marshall: His Influence upon the Constitutional Opinions of his Colleagues in the Supreme Court.

PENNSYLVANIA Ernest Smith Bradford, B. L. Wisconsin, 1899; Ph. D. Pennsylvania, 1911. Commission Government in the United States. (MacMillan Company, New York, 1911. 359 pp.)

C. 0. Gardner, A. B. Illinois, 1909; Ph. D. Pennsylvania. The Referendum in Illinois. Completed.

Clyde Lyndon King, A. B. Michigan, 1907; A. M., 1908; Ph. D. Pennsylvania, 1911. A History of the Government of Denver with Special Relation to its Public Service Corporations. (Fisher Book Company, Denver, 1911. 322 pp.)

J. C .McGregor, B. S. Washington and Jefferson, 1905; A. M., 1908. The Separation of Virginia and West Virginia.

J. Musser, A. B. Pennsylvania, 1909; A. M., 1910. French Intervention in Mexico.

Alice Paul, Ph. D. Pennsylvania. The Legal Position of Women in Pennsylvania. Completed.

C. Linn Seiler, B. S. Haversord, 1902; A. M., 1903; Ph. D. Pennsylvania. City Values. Completed.

Louise Snowden, B. S. Pennsylvania, 1898. Diplomatic Relations between Henry IV. and Queen Elizabeth.

W. S. Stevens, Ph. D. Pennsylvania. The Powder Trust, 1872–1912. (Quarterly Journal of Economics, May, 1912.)

M. B. Wise, A. B. Pennsylvania, 1899; A. M., 1900. Northern Secret Political Societies during the Civil War.

WISCONSIN J. M. Atwood, A. B. Wisconsin, 1910. International Relations of the Central American States. 1914.

Charles Burgess Austin, A. B. Indiana, 1907; A. M., 1908. Comparative Administration of Labor Legislation.

L. E. Aylsworth, Nebraska, 1902. Development of Administrative Commissions.

W. L. Bailey, A. B. Queen's College (Toronto) 1904. A Comparative Study of County Government. 1912.

Stanley Boyd, A. B., Wisconsin, 1911. International Financial Administration.

R. E. Curtis, A. B. Nebraska. Duty of a State to Receive Back its Citizens Excluded Elsewhere. 1912.

J.S. Custer, A. B. William Jewell, 1907; B. A. Oxford, 1910. The Canadian Constitutional Act of 1791.

U. G. Dubach, Harvard, 1910. State Health Administration. 1914.

H. C. Hockett, A. B. Wisconsin, 1903. Political Parties in the United States from 1815 to 1825.

Willsord I. King, B. A. Nebraska, 1905; M. A., Wisconsin, 1910. Methods of Land Valuation for Purposes of Taxation. 1912.

Don Divance Lescohier, A. B. Albion College, 1905; A. M., 1907. Labor Conditions in the Public Utilities of Wisconsin.

Milton Loomis, Chicago, 1910. The Delegation of Power by the Legislature. 1914.

S. G. Lowrie, A. B. Knox, 1907; M. A. Illinois, 1908. Classification of Industries under the 14th Amendment. 1912.

Reuben McKitrick, A. B. Oklahoma, 1907. The Legislative Disposition of Public Land in Texas. 1912.

E. E. Robinson, B. A. Wisconsin, 1908; M. A., 1910. Political Grouping, 1832– 1840: The Rise of the Whig Party.

R. F. Scholz, A. B. Wisconsin, 1902; M. A., 1903. Municipal Institutions of the Roman Empire.

C. T. Tsai, A. B. Wisconsin, 1910. Extraterritoriality in China. 1913.

J. A. Wilgus, Michigan, 1896. Relations between the United States and the Oriental Nations, 1890–1910.

E. E. Wilte, A. B. Wisconsin, 1909. The Development of the Law of Labor Combination in the United States.


Ralph V. Harlow, B. A. Yale, 1909; M. A., 1911. History of Legislative Committees, 1750–1800. 1913.

R. B. Munson, Ph. B. Yale, 1909; M. A., 1911. The Growth of Assembly Control in New York, 1700-1760.

N. E. Peieff, B. A. Yale, 1907. History of Corporations in Connecticut.

William A. Robinson, B. A. Bowdoin, 1907; M. A. Wisconsin, 1910. Rise of the Republican Party in New England, 1793–1815. 1913.

Mary G. Young, B. A. Cornell, 1898, M. A., 1908. The Organization of the Whig Party under Sir Robert Walpole.

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