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THE TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
The Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association was held at St. Louis, Mo., on December 27-30, 1910. The American Statistical Association, the American Sociological Society, the American Association for Labor Legislation, and the American Home Economics Association met at the same time and place.
The following program was carried out:
TUESDAY, December 27.
8 p. m. Joint session of the American Economic Association and the American Political Science Association.-Large Dining Room of Southern Hotel.
1. Dr. Edmund J. James, President of the American Economic Association. The Economic Significance of a Comprehensive System of National Education.
2. Dr. Woodrow Wilson, Governor Elect of New Jersey, President of the American Political Science Association. The Law and the Facts.
General Reception to the members of the visiting associations by the Local Committee following the presidential addresses.
WEDNESDAY, December 28.
9.30 a. m. Business meeting.
10 a. m. Subject: MONEY AND PRICES.
1. The Causes of the Changes in Prices since 1896. Prof. J. Laurence Laughlin, University of Chicago.
2. Recent Changes in the Price Level and their Causes. Prof. Irving Fisher, Yale University.
Chancellor D. F. Houston, Washington University.
2 p. m. Subject: ECONOMIC THEORY, THE RICARDO CENTENARY.
1. The Work and Influence of Ricardo. Prof. Jacob H. Hol-
2. Where Ricardo Succeeded and Where he Failed. Dr. James Bonar, Deputy Master of the Canadian Mint.
Prof. Alvin S. Johnson, University of Chicago.
Prof. Lewis H. Haney, University of Texas.
8 p. m. Subject: AccoUNTANCY.
1. The Economic Aspect of Cost Accounts and its Application to the Accounting of Industrial Companies. Mr. A. Lowes Dickinson, C. P. A., New York City.
2. Accounting Methods for Determining Costs and Prices. Prof. William M. Cole, Harvard University.
Mr. William Arthur Chase, C. P. A., Secretary of the Board of
Mr. Edward L. Suffern, President of the American Association
Prof. J. C. Duncan, University of Illinois.
THURSDAY, December 29.
10 a. m. Subject: CANALS AND RAILWAYS.
1. Some Desirable Governmental Policies for River Improvement. Major William H. Hart, U. S. Corps of Engineers.
2. Inland Waterway Policy. Prof. Emory R. Johnson, University of Pennsylvania
3. The Attitude of the State Toward Railways. A Discussion of the Question of Nationalization. Prof. E. R. Dewsnup, University of Illinois.
4. The Place of the Canal in a National System of Transportation. Prof. W. F. Gephart, Ohio State University.
Hon. W. M. Acworth, Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society,
Prof. John H. Gray, University of Minnesota.
Prof. H. G. Moulton, University of Chicago.
2 p. m. Subject: POPULATION AND IMMIGRATION.
1. The Occupational Distribution of the Labor Supply. Prof. T. N. Carver, Harvard University.