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Contact not necessarily social, 945;
imitation not a fundamental prin-
ciple, 916

RELATION OF ECONOMICS TO SOCIOL-
OGY, 577-83: Economics distin-
guished from political economy,
577; Place of the social sciences,
578; No social relations before co-
operation, 578: Origin of the social
feelings, 580; Effect upon the pro-
cess of evolution, 582

SOCIAL VS. SOCIETARY, 948-53; Con-
fused use of social, 948; Contact
may be term societary, 919; Ger-
man terminology, 951; Simmel's
views 952

SOCIOLOGY AND THE ABSTRACT SCI-
ENCES, 746-53; Concrete character
of sociology, 747; Relation of con-
crete and abstract sciences, 748;
Nature of "association" and its
early origin, 750

TERMINOLOGY AND THE SOCIOLOGI-

CAL CONFERENCE, 705-17; Varying
definitions, of sociology 705;
Relation to special sciences,
708; Origin of confusion, 710:
Necessity for inclusive term, 713;
Some of special sciences still
undeveloped, 715; Real agreement
among workers, 716

THE UNITS OF INVESTIGATION IN THE
SOCIAL SCIENCES, 915-41; Individu-
al and society, 915; Elements de-
rived from other sciences, 916;
Psychical basis, 918; Environment,
919; Subject and object 920; Indi-
vidual motives, 923; Wants of
mankind, 925; Habits, 926; Cus-
toms, 928; Formations, 931; Gene-
tic relations, 934; Static condi-
tions, 938

Utility and sociology, 257
UTILITY, ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY,

398-404; Sociology anterior to eco-
nomics, 398; Meaning of economics
with Dr. Patten, 399; Is utility
conscious, 400; Conscious utility
possible only in society, 401; Imi-
tation among animals, 401; Utility
part of several sciences, not ante-
cedent to them, 403

South. "The Ills of the South," by C.
H. Otken reviewed, 970-72

See Local Government
Spoils System. See administration
Standard Oil Company, Origin of, 909
State supervision for cities, 865-81
States, Uniform Legislation for, 829-63
Street Railways, "American Street Rail-
way Investments," reviewed, 421-23
Massachusetts street railways, 995.

Tariff. First Stages in Tariff Policy of
the United States, by W. Hill, reviewed,
424-27

Taxation, and utility theories, 527

"History of Taxation in Vermont,"
by F. A. Wood, reviewed, 608-9
"Inheritance Tax," by M. West, note,

620

Teaching, See Education

"Theory of Foreign Exchanges," by G.
Goschen, 16th edition, note, 144
Tenement Houses in New York, 817
Texas, See History.

Trade-Unions and Trades Schools, 209-41
See Labor.

Tramp, 19 et seq.

"Triumphant Democracy," by A. Car-
negie, note, 142

TRUSTS, ABUSES AND REMEDIES, 573-77.
Legal restraint proposed, 573; Origin
of trusts, 574; Evils of trusts, 575; Anti-
trust sentiment, 576

ECONOMIC AND UNECONOMIC ANTI-
TRUST LEGISLATION, 569-73; Growth
of anti-trust laws, 570; Advantages
of trusts overlooked, 570; Regula
tion of trust or monopoly prices,
571; Constitutionality of the rem-
edy, 571

UNIFORM STATE LEGISLATION, 829-63; Con-
fusion of our law, 829; English law
adopted in different degrees, 830; Co-
lonial statute law, 833; State laws fol-
low certain modes, 835; Causes of di-
versity, 837; Movement for unification,
839; Meetings of commissioners, 843;
Acknowledgement of instruments, 845:
Use of seals, 848; Wills, 851; Legal
weights of units of measure, 851; Bills
and notes, 852; Real estate law, 84;
Corporations, 857; Criminal law, 858;
Marriage and divorce, 859
Unemployed, Boston relief committee
for, 1004; Commission on, în Massa-
chusetts, 644; Report of same, 1004;
Commission on, various places, 823
RELIEF WORK AT WELLS MEMORIAL
INSTITUTE (Boston), 377-97; Work
done by persons relieved, 377; Cost
of providing the same, 379; Char-
acter of applicants, 380; Previous
earnings, 383; Home conditions,
385; Provision for relieved persons
on discharge, 389: Reluctance to
enter domestic service, 390; Gen-
eral conclusions, 392

"The Unemployed," by G. Drage,
reviewed, 968-70

See Charities.

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882-96. Proposed standard of deferred
payment, 882; Commodity standard,
883; Per capita, population standard,
885; Labor standard, 886; Marginal
utility, 887; No measure of utility,
890

ULTIMATE STANDARD OF VALUE, 149–
208; Recurrence of discussion, 149;
Classical and modern theories of
value in relation to cost, 150; Syn-
chronous cost, 158; Historical or
theoretical cost, 160; Value and
and cost in its various senses, 163;
Cost as disutility of labor, 165; Dis-
utility influences act in special
cases only, 172; Ambiguity of cost
in Smith, 178; Cost depends on
value of labor, 181; What determ-
ines value, 182; Value of labor de-
pendent upon utility of product,
189; Leading influence of costs,
195; Utility not disutility measure
of costs, 199; Function of cost sub-
ordinate, 206

WIESER'S NATURAL VALUE, 512-30;

Value and final utility 512; Subjec
tive character of value, 515; Rela-
tion of value to cost, 518; Weakness
of Wieser's views, 521; Cause of
interest 525; Subjective value in
relation to taxation, 527
Vermont. See Taxation.

Wages, Recent Investigations of Bren-
tano, 141

"Waterworks, Manual of American," by
M. N. Baker, reviewed. 421-23
"Wealth and Moral Law," by E. B.
Andrews, note, 614

Woman. ECONOMIC FUNCTION OF WOMAN,
261-76; Economics and social reform,
361; Production and consumption the
fields of economic activity, 365, Field
of woman in consumption, 368; Meth-
ods of increasing prosperity, 369;
Proper consumption, 370; Woman's
work in directing consumption, 374

Yale University, Growth of economic
studies, 646

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