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CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
Relative importance of city school systems (Table 1)..
Comparison of city and country schools (Tables 2 and 3)
Comparative statistics for four years of all cities reported (Table 4).
Comparative statistics of attendance, teachers, accommodations (Table 5).
Comparative statistics of school property and expenditures (Table 6)......
Number and population, by States, of cities of over 4,000 inhabitants (Table 7).
Explanation of the foregoing table...
Summary by States of school enrollment and attendance in cities and villages of over 4,000 in-
Summary of superintendents, teachers, property, and expenditures (Table 9).
Summary of public high schools (Table 10)..
CHAPTER II.-SALARIES OF TEACHERS IN CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Annual salaries of teachers in 69 of the principal cities of the United States......
Detailed statement of salaries paid in Baltimore, St. Louis, Boston, New Orleans, and Cincinnati
each year since the establishment of public schools in those cities......
CHAPTER III.-SCIENTIFIC TEMPERANCE INSTRUCTION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Historical sketch, text-books, course of study, topical outline of study, standard of enforcement,
duties of school boards, etc.......
Effects of alcohol on the system, and the method of teaching them, by Prof. A. C. Boyden....
Reports of school officials on the enforcement of the law
Report of State Agent George H. Martin upon results in Massachusetss
Objections to scientific temperance instruction stated
Questions on physiology and hygiene, alcoholic drinks, and narcotics.
General statement, new institutions