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Woman's Christian Temperance Union
IN THREE PARTS.
Part 1. History of the First Decade.
Part III. Work in Other Lands.
MARY H. HUNT, SUPERINTENDENT FOR THE UNITED
STATES AND THE WORLD'S W. C. T. U.
Hon. W. T. HARRIS, LL.D., U. S. Com-
missioner of Education.
WILLIAM A. MOWRY, Ph.D.
383 WASHINGTON STREET.
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
TRANSFERRED FROM THE
List of the United States With and Without Temperance Education Laws.
[The full text of these laws will be found in Part II., heading the report of each. state The text of the national law is on page 91, heading the report of the District of Columbia, etc.] States having Scientific Temperance States where Scientific Temperance EduEducation Laws:
cation Laws are yet to be secured: NEW ENGLAND STATES.
NEW ENGLAND STATES.
1883, New Hampshire XT
New Jersey. 1885, Pennsylvania * + 111
1887, Delaware + I SOUTHERN STATES.
SOUTHERN STATES. Enacted 1885, Alabama X I 0
Virgmia. 1886, Maryland ll
South Carolina. 1887, West Virginia * ¢ ||
Georgi.. 1888, Louisiana * || ST
Texas. 1889, Florida I
Arkansas. 1891, No. Carolina * I l S T
1885, Wisconsin + I
1890, Washington X Under National Idaho * Law until adoption
of State code. Wyoming I 111 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA NAVAL AND MILITARY ACADEMIES All brought under District of Columbia * I ||
S. T. E. law by National Naval Academy at Annapolis * $ ||
Arizona * I ll I
Utah * $ 11
N. B.-EXPLANATION OF MARKS.
* The star signifies a penalty attached to the enforcing clause of this statute in the state or territory to which it is affixed.
† The dagger siguifies that the study is not only mandatory, but is required of all pupils in all schools.
# The double dagger signifies that the study is required of all pupils in all schools and is to be pursued with text-books in the hands of pupils able to read.
1 The parallel indicates that the study is to be taught in the same manner and as thoroughly as other required branches.
$ The section mark indicates that text-books on this topic used in primary and intermediate schools must give one-fourth their space to temperance matter, and those used in high schools not less than 20 pages.
! The paragraph indicates that no teacher who has not passed a satisfactory examins tion in this subject is granted a certificate or authorized to teach.