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The Liquor Problem.

THE LIQUOR PROBLEM IN ITS LEGISLATIVE AS

PECTS. By FREDERIC H. WINES and John KOREN.
An Investigation made under the Direction of CHARLES
W. ELIOT, Seth Low, and JAMES C. CARTER, Sub-
Committee of the Committee of Fifty to Investigate the
Liquor Problem. With Maps. 12mo, $1.25.

ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE LIQUOR PROBLEM.

By John KOREN. An Investigation made under the Direction of Professors W. O. Atwater, Henry W. Farnam, J. F. Jones, Doctors Z. R. Brockway, John Graham Brooks, E. R. L. Gould, and Hon. Carroll D. Wright, a Sub-Committee of the Committee of Fifty. With an Introduction by Prof. HENRY W. FARNAM. 12mo, $1.50.

SUBSTITUTES FOR THE SALOON. By RAYMOND

CALKINS. An Investigation made for the Committee
of Fifty under the direction of Elgin R. S. Gould,
Francis G. Peabody, and William M. Sloane, Sub-
Committee. 12mo, $1.30, net. (Postage 13 cents.)

THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF THE LIQUOR

PROBLEM. Edited by John S. BILLINGS, M. D. An
Investigation made for the Committee of Fifty under
the direction of John S. Billings, W. O. Atwater, H.P.
Bowditch, R. H. Chittenden, and W. H. Welch, Sub-

Committee. 2 vols. 8vo, $4.50, net. (Postage 36 cents.)
THE LIQUOR PROBLEM. A summary of investiga-

tions conducted by the Committee of Fifty, 1893-1903.
By John S. Billings, Charles W. Eliot, Henry W. Far-
num, Jacob L. Greene, Raymond Calkins, and Francis
G. Peabody, Sub-committee. ramo, $1.00, net. (Post-
age 9 cents.)
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PRESENT ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMITTEE

OF FIFTY.

May, 1903.

President. Hon. SETH Low, LL D., New York, N. Y.

Secretary.
Prof. FRANCIS G. PEABODY, D. D., Cambridge, Mass.

Treasurer.
WILLIAM E. DODGE, Esq., 99 John Street, New York, N. Y.

Executive Board. THE ABOVE-NAMED OFFICERS AND Dr. J. S. BILLINGS, Astor Library, Lafayette Place, New York, N.Y. President CHARLES W. ELIOT, LL. D., Harvard University, Cam

bridge, Mass. Col. JACOB L. GREENE, Hartford, Conn. Hon. CARROLL D. WRIGHT, A. M., LL.D., Commissioner of Labor, Washington, D. C.

Members. Prof. FELIX ADLER, 123 East 60th St., New York, N. Y. Bishop Edw. G. ANDREWS, D. D., Methodist Building, 150 Fifth Ave.,

New York, N. Y. Prof. W. O. ATWATER, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn. Dr. J. S. BILLINGS, Astor Library, Lafayette Place, New York, N. Y. CHARLES J. BONAPARTE, Esq., 216 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. Prof. H. P. BOWDITCH, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. Rev. Prof. CHARLES A. BRIGGS, D.D., 700 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. Z. R. BROCKWAY, Esq., Superintendent State Reformatory, Elmira,

N. Y. JOHN GRAHAM BROOKS, Esq., Francis Ave., Cambridge, Mass. Hon. JAMES C. CARTER, 54 Wall St., New York, N. Y. Prof. R. H. CHITTENDEN, Sheffield Scientific School, New Haven, Conn. Rev. Father Thos. CONATY, D.D., Catholic University, Washington,

D. C. JOHN H. CONVERSE, Esq., Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pa. WM. BAYARD, CUTTING, Esq., 34 Nassau St., New York, N. Y. Rev. S. W. DIKE, LL. D., Auburndale, Mass. WILLIAM E. DODGE, Esq., 99 John St., New York, N. Y.

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