MacVicar, John. Financing municipal de-
velopments arrested by the war. (in Asso-
ciation of life insurance presidents, Pro-
ceedings, 1917, p. 72-82)         368.2As7
New Jersey-Commission for the survey of
municipal financing. Report. 1917.
Boston, Mass., League for preventive work.
Food supply in families of limited means.
Bost. 1917. 24p.                 338.52B65
Study of present facts of the food problem in
Boston families by six welfare agencies, members
of the league for preventive work.
Conant, E. R. Operation of high tempera-
ture incineration plant at Savannah, Ga.,
for three years and nine months. Munic-
ipal engineering, Feb. 1918.     484.lSa9o
Osborn, I. S. Capacity of Toronto refuse
destructor exceeds contract provision. (in
Engineering news-record, Feb. 7, 1918, p.
Health Surveys
Frankel, Lee K. Health census of Kansas
City, Missouri. N. Y. 1917. lip.
Cleveland, 0., hospital council. Cleveland
hospital council. Cleve.          362C591
Cleveland, 0., hospital council. Facts about
eighteen Cleveland hospitals represented
in the hospital council: what they do in a
single year and what it costs.      Cleve.
[1914.]                            362C59f
Cleveland, O., hospital council.     Report.
1916.                               362C59
Amherst H. Wilder charity. Housing con-
ditions in the city of Saint Paul. St. Paul
[1918]  120p.                  331.831Am4
Survey made under the direction  of Carol
National conference on housing. Housing
problems in America: proceedings. 1917.
Among topics discussed are: Housing as a war
problem; Housing famines; Housing by employers
in the United States; Which city department
shall enforce housing laws, the health depart-
ment or the building department? Organizing
the housing work of a health department, what
Detroit has done; An intensive study of certain
blocks in Chicago with relation to tuberculosis
found in those blocks.
Income Tax
Wisconsin-Tax      commission.    Wisconsin
income tax law with explanatory notes.
Madison, 1917. 65p.
Industrial Education
United States-Labor statistics, Bureau of.
Industrial experience of trade-school girls
in  Massachusetts.    Wash. 1917.    275p.
(Women in industry series, bul. No. 10)

Juvenile Delinquency
Ellis, Mabel Brown. Child labor and juve-
nile delinquency in Manhattan. Child la-
bor bul. Nov. 1917.                331.3EL5
The purpose of this investigation, specifically
stated, was to learn to what extent the children
adjudged juvenile delinquents in the Man'hattan
branch of the Children's court during 1916 had
been gainfully employed; which occupations they
had followed; what had been the home conditions,
so far as revealed by the records of the workers
and non-workers; the age, schooling, nativity,
color and other pertinent factors."
Employment managers' conference.           Pro-
ceedings.   1917.                   331.87X1
At the conference held in Philadelphia, April
2-3, 1917, employment problems were discussed
under the following subjects: Labor turnover in
industry; Figuring and analyzing of labor turn-
over: Selection of employees and termination of
employment; Following up after hiring.
Legal Aid
Goldman, Mayer C. Public defender: nec-
essary factor in the administration of jus-
tice. N. Y. 1917. 96p.              361.2G56
Mental Defectives
New York State committee on feeblemind-
edness, and N. Y. state charities aid asso-
ciation-Mental hygiene committee. De-
fective delinquents: facts about defective
delinquents, their nature, prevalence, in-
stitutional and legislative needs in the
state of N. Y. N. Y. 1917. 15p.
362.21 N48d
Memorandum submitted to the Hospital devel-
opment commission.
Hibbard, B. H., and Erdman, H. E. Mar-
keting Wisconsin milk.       Madison, 1917.
71p. (Wisconsin university-Agricultural
experiment station, bul. No. 285)
Milwaukee Departmental Reports
Milwaukee, Wis.-Tax commissioner. As-
sessed valuation, tax levy, tax limitations
and tax rates. 1917.
Moving Pictures
Maryland-Motion picture censors, Board
of. Report. 1916/17.               175.52M36
Municipal Ownership
Baker, H. L. Municipal enterprise. Cana-
dian municipal journal, Dec. 1917-Jan.
1918.                                 455B17
As a result of recent legislation the city of To-
ronto has been given the power to enter into cer-
tain municipal trading enterprises subject to the
approval of the public utilities commission. The
article discusses the principles of this phase of
municipal ownership.
Thompson, Carl       D.    Municipal electric
light and power plants in the United
States and    Canada.    Chic. 1917.    149p.
(Public ownership league of America bul.
No. 1)                                496T37
Contents: Extent and growth of municipal
ownership of electric light and power plants;
Electric light and power rates; Successful mu-
nicipal plants; Labor conditions; Advantages of
municipal ownership.