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1. New York

1. 5,620,048 35. 2. Chicago

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2,701,705 3. Philadelphia 3. 1,823,779 37. 4. Detroit

Worcester, Mass. 33. 179,754 Birmingham, Ala. 36. 178,806 Syracuse, N. Y.

34. 171,717 Richmond, Va. 39. 171,667 New Haven, Conn. 35. 162,537 Memphis, Tenn. 37. 162,351 San Antonio, Texas 54. 161,379 Dallas, Texas

58. 158,976 Dayton, Ohio

43. 152,559 Bridgeport, Conn. 49. 143,555 Houston, Texas 68. | 138,276 Hartford, Conn. 51. 138,036 Scranton, Pa. 38. 137,783 Grand Rapids : 44. 137,634 Paterson, N. J. 40. | 135,875 Youngstown, Ohio

67. | 132,358 Springfield, Mass. 60. 129,614 Des Moines, Ia. 62. 126,468 New Bedford, Mass. 53. | 121,217 Fall River, Mass. 42. | 120,485 Trenton, N. J. 52. | 119,289 Nashville, Tenn. 45. | 118,342 Salt Lake City 57. | 118,110 Camden, N. J. 56. | 116,309 Norfolk, Va. 82. 115,777 Albany, N. Y.

50. 113,344 Lowell, Mass. 46. | 112,759 Wilmington, Del.

61. | 110,168 Cambridge, Mass. 47. 109,694 Reading, Pa. 55. 107,784 Fort Worth, Texas 75. 106,482 Spokane, Wash. . 48. | 104,437 Kansas City, Kan. 65. | 101,177 Yonkers, N. Y. 66. 100,176

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9. 993,678 38. 5. Cleveland

6. 796,841 39. 6. St. Louis

4. 772,897 40. 7. Boston

5. 748,060 41. 8. Baltimore

7. 733,826 42. 9. Pittsburg

8. 588,343 43. 10. Los Angeles

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576,673 44. 11. Buffalo

10. 506,775 45. 12. San Francisco. 11. 506,676 || 46. 13. Milwaukee 12. 457,147 47. 14. Washington 16. 437,571 || 48. 15. Newark

14. 414,524 49. 16. Cincinnati 13. 401,247 17. New Orleans 15. 387,219 51. 18.' | Minneapolis 18. 380,582 52.

Kansas City, Mo. 20. 324,410 53. 20. Seattle

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315,312 | 54. 21. Indianapolis

314,194 22. Jersey City. 19. 298,103 56. 23. Rochester

25. 295,750 57. 24. Portland, Ore.

258,288 25. Denver

27. 256,491 59. 26. Toledo

30. 243,164 60. 27. Providence 23. 237,595 61. 28. Columbus

29. 237,031 62. 29. Louisville

24. 234,891 63. 30. St. Paul

26. 234,698 31. Oakland

32. 216,261 65. 32. Akron

81. 208,435 66. Atlanta

31. 200,616 67. 34. Omaha

41. 191,601 68.

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58.

64.

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One fourth of our population dwell in cities of 100,000 and over. Another fourth dwell in cities of from 2500 to 100,000 population. Hence, slightly more than one half (51.4%) of our population dwell in cities.

INDEX

INDEX

References are to pages

Adjutant-General, office of, 151. 451; Sixteenth, 79, 451; Seven
Administrative departments. teenth, 61, 363 (2), 451; equal suf-

See Departments, administrative. frage advocated by, 355; prohibi.
Admiralty jurisdiction, 441, 441 tion advocated by, 422.
note.

Amendments, of state constitutions,
Admission of new States, 241, 242, 242–245, 250 (8), 380.
443.

Animal Industry, Bureau of, 171,
Advertisements, regulation of polit- 172.
ical, 238.

Annapolis, convention of, 34; naval
Agricultural colleges, 400.

academy at, 157.
Agricultural demonstration, 409, Anti-federalists, party, 36, 37.
410.

Anti-trust Law, 74, 75.
Agriculture, aids to, 12, 14, 15; de- Appeals, Circuit Courts of, 193, 196,

partment of, 12, 14, 167, 171-173; 202.
secretary of, 171.

Appeals, Court of Customs, 193, 200,
Alabama, constitutional amendment 202.

process, 244 note; legislature, 254; Appeals to Supreme Court, 196
governor, 267; court of county com- note, 200, 223, 441.
missioners, 305; county officers, 311; Appeals in State courts, 279, 280;
village government, 327; grand in civil cases, 291; in criminal cases,
jury, 284 note; suffrage restrictions, 298.
354 note, 360 note; direct primary, Appointments, to office, federal, 62,

368 note; educational rank, 411. 111-114, 201 note, 439; state, 271;
Alaska, territorial government of, city, 333, 336, 338, 340.

218, 219, 230, 232 note; government Apportionment, for Congress, 56,
railroad in, 26 (2), 126 (13), 219; 430, 450 ; for state legislatures, 252,
woman suffrage, 355.

253.
Aliens, admitted to suffrage, 354. Appropriations, national“budget,"
Ambassadors, appointment, 129, 97–99; power of President over, 118,

439; duties, 130; immunities, 131 ; 230; power of governor over, 272;
cases affecting, 194, 441; foreign, federal limitations on, 435, 436.
114.

Arizona, constitutional amendment
Amendments, of federal constitu- process, 244 note; legislature, 254;
tion, 48, 49, 443; first ten, 209, 445–

governor, 267; board of supervisors,
447; First, 210, 215 (7); Fifth, 207, 305; county officers, 311; suffrage
208; Tenth, 255; Eleventh to Thir-

restrictions, 354 note; woman suf-
teenth, 447–449; Fourteenth, 43 note, frage, 355 ; direct primary, 368 note;
207, 210, 343, 352 note, 363 (2 and initiative, referendum, and recall,
4), 449, 450; Fifteenth, 361, 363 (2), 380; educational rank, 411.

References are to pages
Arkansas, constitutional amend- | Baltimore, sewage disposal system,

ment process, 244 note; legislature, 344.
254; governor, 267; levying court Bankruptcy, 80; meaning of, 434
and county judge, 303, 305; county note; power of Congress over, 434.
officers, 311; townships, 319 note; Banks, postal savings, 16; national,
suffrage restrictions, 354 note; regis- 82, 183, 184; federal reserve, 184,
tration, 365; direct primary, 368 186; farm loan, 186–187; federal
note; initiative and referendum, ownership advocated, 231.
380; educational rank, 411.

Bill of attainder, 206, 436, 437.
Arms, right to keep and bear, 445, Bill of rights, English, 25, 209 note;
445 note.

federal, 37, 209; State, 210, 242, 255
Army, United States, power of Con- note.

gress over, 42; appropriation for, Bills, in Congress, 94, 95, 433; Under-
141, 156, 435; commander-in-chief wood-Simmons, traced, 95-97; in
of, 151, 189; organization and func- State legislatures, 254, 258, 259. See

tion, 153–155; employment for, 230. Appropriations.
Army Medical Corps, 5 note. Board, Federal Reserve, 141, 185;
Army War College, 151-154.

Federal Farm Loan, 141, 186; Na-
Arrest, warrant for, 294; exemption tional Advisory, 165 (7); United
from, 432.

States Shipping, 188; of General
Arson, 293.

Appraisers, 200 note; of supervisors,
Articles of Confederation, 31, 34, 303; of county commissioners, 306;
37; distinctive features of, 32.

of selectmen, 316, 318, 320.
Ashtabula ballot, 378.

Boards, county, 303; table of, 304, 305.
Assembly, name of lower house in Borough, 28 note, 327.
State legislatures, 252.

Boys' Corn Clubs, 409.
Assessments, state and local, 387; Breach of the peace, 432.
special, 387–389.

Bribery, 440.
Assessor, county, 313.

“Budget," national, 97-99, 229, 230.
Associate Justices of Supreme Bureaus of executive departe

Court, picture of, frontispiece; ments, navy, 156; interior, 167–171;
duties of, 197.

agriculture, 171-173; commerce,
At large, meaning of, 58 note.

173; labor, 174-176.
Attainder, bill of, 206, 436, 437, Bureaus, State legislative reference,
442.

258, 259.
Attorney, federal prosecuting, 159; Burglary, 293.

federal district, 201; state prosecut- Business taxes, 388.
ing, 295, 308, 310, 311.

By-laws, 247.
Attorney-General, federal, 188;
State, 268, 274.

Cabinet, appointment of, 120, 121;
Auditor, State, 268, 274; county, 310- meetings, 121, 122; terms of officers,
312.

113; State, absence of, 268, 269.
Australian ballot, 371-374.

California, constitutional amend.

ment process, 244 note; legislature,
Bail, 210, 212, 295 note, 447.

254; governor, 267; board of super-
Ballot, presidential, 108, 448; New visors, 305; county officers, 311;

Jersey primary, 370; New Jersey county charters, 326 (7); townships,
official, 373; Australian, 371–379; 319 note; suffrage restrictions, 254
city, 376–378; Short Ballot Reform, note, 360 note; direct primary, 368
374-379,

note; woman suffrage, 355; initia-

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