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The Isthmian Canal treaty was ratified by the Senate on December 16 by a vote of 72 to 6.

On December 17 Charles Emory Smith, of Pennsylvania, resigned as Postmaster || General, and Henry C. Payne, of Wisconsin, was appointed to succeed him.

In the Senate, on pages 301 and 302, Wellington, of Maryland, and McLaurin, of South Carolina, should be Independents and not Democrats. Wellington was elected as a Republican, but disagreed with the McKinley foreign policy, and in 1900 supported Bryan. He is not accepted in the caucuses of either party. McLaurin was elected as a Democrat, but broke with his party on the Philippine question, he supporting the administration policy. The summary at the head of the table would then be: Republicans, 64; Democrats, 31; Independents, 2; Silverite, 1; vacancies, 2; total, 90.

CONTENTS AND INDEX.

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Addenda ......

........408 Colleges and universities...........162-175
1 Agricultural statistics..................214 Comparison of prices (Dun's Index
Alabama: General information.....405–407 • Number) ....... ..........222, 223

Election tables..................314, 315 Congregational societies and officers. , .132
Military and naval forces............271 Congress: See “United States."
Party platforms.............

Representatives in................302-303
State officials..........

.........306

Constitution of the United States.....20–26
Vote on new constitution.............315 Consular service of U. S...........281-292
Alaska: General information.......405-407 Connecticut: General information...405-407

Military and naval forces...........271 Election tables..................318, 319
Party platforms ..................... 83

Military and naval forces............271
State officials........................306 Party platforms.......................85
Il Anti-Imperialists, American League of: State officials....................306, 307
National platform...............71, 72

...........71, 72

Copyright

Copyright laws, etc....................119
Anti-Woman's Suffrage................ 124

............................255, 256
Arizona: General information......405-407 | Cycles ......

....................... 4
Election tables.......................388 Deaths of 1901.. ...................186-190
Military and naval forces............271 Debt of United States..............200, 201
* Party platforms... .................. 83 Delaware: General information....405-407
State officials........

Election tables......................319
Arkansas: General information....405-407 Military and naval forces............271
Election tables.......................316 Party platforms.....

.............85, 86
Military and naval forces.............271

Stute officials........................307
Party platforms...................83, 84

Democratic National and other commit-
State officials........................306

tees .............................77-79
Army pay schedule.................... 267

Democratic national platform........64-67
Assassinations in the Nineteenth Cen-

Differences in time.i..................305
tury ...............................1

Disasters of the year..............184, 185
Astronomical tables....................3-7

District attorneys, U. S................278

Divorce laws......................111, 112
Banking statistics. ................217-219

Dun's Index number (comparison of
Bankruptcy law ..................112, 113

prices) ..
Baptist societies and officers.......131, 132

............ 222, 223

Eclipses ....
Beet sugar factories..

.............. 3
................206

Education:
Calendar for 1902. .........
...................8-19

Universities and colleges.........162-175
California: General information....405–407

Education in Great Britain and Ire-
Election tab.es.......................317

land ............................ 175
Military and naval forces............271

University extension..... ...........175
Party platforms........... ...... 84

College fraternities..... ....176, 177
State officials........................306

Peabody education fund..............177
Census statistics................... 151-162

Embassies and legatiors of U. S..279, 280
Census, 1900: Sex, nativity, race.......160

England's change of reign.............261
Il China ............................259, 260

Episcopal sees and bishops, Protestant.
Christian Endeavor Society............133

128, 129
Church days...

........ 5

Eras ...................
Civil Service laws...... .....113-116

Erzeroum earthquake..................184
Civil War statistics......

......197

Executive officers of U. S.-1789-1901
Coal: Production, etc......... ........213

292-296
Coins: Values of foreign ...........210-212 | Expositions:
Colorado: General information.....405-407 Charleston .......... ...........252

Election tables.......................318 Louisiana Purchase Centennial...251, 252
Military and naval forces............271 | Pan-American :......................252
Party platforms...................84, 85 Failures in United States..........221, 222
State officials.......

..........306 Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union:
College fraternities.... ............176, 177 | National platform...............72, 73

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Financial and commercial statistics. 200-223 Iowa: General information.........405-407

(See also "Gold," "Money” and Election tables..................328, 327
"Silver.")

Military and naval forces............271
Flag, American.....

............ 47 ) Party platforms...................... 89
Florida: General Information.......405-407

20 0 2 State officiale.......................308
Election tables..................319, 320

320 | Isthmian canal....................253, 2541
Military and naval forees.........

271 See also "Addenda," 408)
Party platforms....

. 86 Jacksonville fire. ..........

....................184
State officials.........

..307 | Judiciary and courts of v. 8......277, 278
Foreign legatione in United States.....2

Kansas: General information.......405 407
Foreign Nations Heads of ........

Election tables..................327, 328
Area, population, trade, etc......257. 258 Military and naval forces.........
China
...........259, 260 | Party platforms......

.. 89
England's change of reign...........201

201 State officials........................308
Queen Wilhemina's marriage.... ...20 Kentucky: General information.....403 407

South African war...............260, 261 Election tables...................328-330
Game laws........................224. 226 Military and naval forces...... ....271
Georgia: General information......405-207 Party platfornis...

89,90
Election tables..................

..... 308
Military and naval forees............271 Labor laws.....................
Party platforms...

Loans: Foreign placed in U. S.........207
State offieials....

307 Lockouts and strikes.................106
Gold:

Louisiana: General information....405-407
Coinage of nations..................

Election tables..................330, 331
Coinage of United States mints.....

219 Military and naval forces............271
Denominations, weights, ete........

70 Party platforms..................90, 31
Highest and lowest prices......

State officials.............

.398
World's production..... ..........

Lutheran Church Council.... ....... 132
Guam ............................195. 196 Maine: General information....... 405-407

Election tables...............
Hawaii ...........................194, 195

.331

Military and naval forees............271
Hawaii: General information....... 405-407

Party platforms.....

91
Military and naval forees............271

State officials. ...................308, 309
Party platforms...................... 87

Marine corps.....................270, 271
State officials.......................307

Marriage laws.....................110, 111
Holidays, legal....................183, 1841

Maryland: General information.... 405-407
Idaho: General information........ 405-407

Eleetion tables..................331, 332
Election tables...............

.............322

Military and naval forces............271
Military and naval forces............271

Party platforms................... 91
Party platforms...................... 87

State officials.........................309
State officials........................307 | Massachusetts: General information. 405-407
Minois: General information.......403-107

Election tables...i..............332, 333
Election tables...................322-324

Military and naval forees............271
Military and naval forces............271 Party platforms.....

............. 92
Party platforms..................87, 88 State oificials ........ ..........309

State officials...................307, 308 MeKinley: Assassination of ...........183
Immigration statistics..................159 Merchant vessels: Largest ....

178
Indiana: General informatian......405-407 | Methodist Episcopal bishops, societies.
Election tables...................324-326 ete.

ete................ ........ .129.
Military and naval forces. ...........271 Metric weights and measures..........223
Party platforms...........

89 i Michigan: General information..... 405-477
State officials................ ... ...308 Election tables..................333. 334
Indian service.............

Military and naval forees...........2
Industries and products of U. 9...212, 213 Party platforms, ....... ...Cococ... 92
Interest laws and statutes of limita-

State offieials.. ..........ceecas...309
tions ........

............127 | Military Academy, West Point.........286
Internal revenue statistics.........201-203 | Mineral products of United States.214-216

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Minnesota; General information... 405-407 | New-Hampshire: General information..
Dlection tables................. 334, 335

. 405-407 1
Military and naval forces............271 Election tables.......... ...........3401
Party platforms...
..............92, 93

Military and naval forces............271
State officials......

..309

Party platforms.................95, 96
Mississippi; General intormation ... 405–407

State officials. .......................310
Election tables..................335, 3361

| New Jersey: General information. .405 407
Military and naval forces..... ......271

Election tables,............ ...840-342
Party platforms........

.... 93

Military and naval forees............271 |
State officials.........................309

Party platforms.................... 56
Missouri: General information.....405-407

State officials........................310 |
Election tables.....................336-338
Military and naval forces...........271

New-Mexico: General information... 405-407
Party platforms....................93. 941 Election tables........
State officials. ...................309, 310 Military and naval forces............271

Party platforms...............
Money: Coinage of U. S. mints.........219

.... 96, 97
Coinage of nations...................

State officiais......

...........311 !
Coins, values of foreign.........210-212 1 New-York City:
Kinds in use.........................2

.221
Aldermen ...........

...................398, 399
Loans, foreign placed in U. S.......207

Brooklyn borough, vote in 1901....
Panic, May 9, 1901 ..................207

399, 400
Paper money outstanding........ 2201 Borough presidents, vote in 1901. ....399 ||

Savings bank deposits........ 218 Congress districts of..............56, 57 |
Montana: General information.....405 -407 Kings County officials...... ......397
Election tables......

.3381 Kings County vote in 1901. ..........399
Military and naval forces............271 Library ........

....,180
Party platforms......

Mayors of.................
State officials........................3

New-York County officials. ..........396
Moon: Time of crossing the meridian. .5. 61 New-York County vote in 1901... ...399
Mountains: Heights of.................254 oMcials and borough presidents......397
National League of Republican Clubs: 1 Revised charter....................27-32
Platform .......................63,

Richmond County vote in 1901.......399
National party conventions..........59–74 |

Vote in 1901. ....................397, 398
National Republican League: Commit- New-York: General information.... 405-407
1 tees ............................81.

Appropriations ...................... 5
National Sound Money League: Or- 1 Assemblymen: Vote for.........365-388
ficers, etc., ..... .................

Assembly, members of ...........389-392
Naturalization laws...................

Congress districts.......... ......56-58
Naval Academy, Annapolis.......272.

Congressmen: Vote for............361-363
Navy ................. ..........268-276

Constitutional amendment............369
- Marine corps....................270, 2711 County Clerks and Sheriffs..........396

Naval Academy.................272, 2731 Election tables...................342-370
Naval forces of States, etc...........271 Governors since 1777,...........393, 394
Pay table........................271, 2724 Judiciary .......................394, 395
Officers .........................268-2701 Justices Supreme Court, vote in 1901.
Test of the Fulton....................2761

368, 369
Vessels of.......................273-2761 Lawg. summary of new ............49-55
Navy pay table...................271, 272 1 Mayors of cities, vote on.............342
Nebraska: General information....405-407 1 Mitary and naval forces...........271
Election tables..................339

National Guard ......................400
Military and naval forces...........2 Party platforms.............97-100
Party platforms...........

..... 94
Senate members of ..

.......389
State officials.....

...................310 Senators: Vote for..... .........363-365
Nevada: General information....... 405-407 State officials.............311, 392, 893
Election tables................. ......3

Taxes ............ ............... 58
Military and naval forces.......... .271 Vote on State tisket in 1900....369, 870
Party platforms.... .... .........

Vote since 1892.............. ......370
State officials....................... 1 Nicknames of cities... .. . ...... ...150

273

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North Carolina: General information... National parties: Organizations. ...75-82

405-407 National Republican League.......81, 82
Election tables..

.370-372 National Sound Money League....... 82
Military and naval forces... .....271 People's Party (Fusion) committees. 79, 80
Party platforms.....

.....100 People's Party (Fusion) national plat-
State officials.........

.....311 form .............................. 69
North Dakota: General information. 405-407 Platforms of States...............83–105

Election tables.......................372 Populist (Middle of the Road) com-
Military and naval forces........ .....271 mittées .......... ............80, 81
Party platforms.................100, 101 Populist (Middle of the Road) plat-
State officials.........

.311 form .............................. 68
Ohio: General information.........405-407 Prohibition national platform......69-71

Dlection tables.............. .372-374 Prohibition committees............... 81
Military and naval forces............271 Republican committees...........75, 76
Party platforms.....................101 Republican national platform......59-62

State officials........................311 Silver Republican national platform..
Oklahoma Indian reservations opening.

62, 63
126, 127 Silver Republican committees.....76, 77
Oklahoma: General information.... 405-407 Social Democratic platform.......67, 68

Election tables.......................388 Socialist Labor committees........... 81
Military and naval forces............271 Socialist Labor national platform.... 71
Party platforms........... .....101 Socialist party committees...........
State officials.....

.....311 Third Party national platform....73, 74
Oregon: General information.......405-407 Union Reform national platform..... 74

Election tables..................374, 375 United Christian national platform... 74
Military and naval forces............271

United Christian committees......... 81
Party platforms................. 101, 102 Vote at Presidential elections........401

State officials..................311, 312 Vote for President: Popular.....402, 403
ranic' May 9, 1901......... .........207 Vote for President: Electoral........403
Passport regulations...............116, 117 Population of cities................151–159
Patent office statistics...........120, 121 Population of States, etc., 1790–1900..
Peabody Education Fund..............177

161, 162
Pennsylvania: General information. 405-407 Populist (Middle of the Road) National

Election tables..................375, 376 and other committees..........80, 81
Military and naval forces............271 | Populist (Middle of the Road) platform. 68
Party platforms......................102 | Porto Rico.......

| Porto Rico.......................192, 193
State officials. .......................312 Postal information................121, 123
Persion laws and statistics.......118, 119 Precious stones, Production in U. S...207
People's party (Fusion) :

Presbyterian societies and officers. . 130, 131
National committees..............79, 80 President: . .

National platform.................... 69 Law as to succession................. 26
Philippines .......................191, 192 Vote for each President' since 1789. .401

i..................3, 6, 7! Vote for President, popular.....402, 403
Conjunctions ......................., ? Vote for President, electoral.........403
Signs of....i

i............ 7 Prohibition, National Committee....... 81
Times visible........

National party platform...........69-71
Times of passing meridian.....

6 Queen Wilhelmina's marriage..........261
Polaris or North Star, Azimuth table of. 4 Railroad accidents in United States....180
Politics:

Railroad trains, speed of..........179, 180
Anti-Imperialists, American League Rainfall and temperature in U. S..125, 126

of: National platform...........71, 72 Religion.........................128
Congressmen: Vote for...... .....404 Baptist societies and officers....131, 132
Democratic committees............77-79 Christian Endeavor Society..........133
Democratic national platform...... 64-67 Church days........................
Farmers' Alliance and Industrial · Congregational societies and officers.,132

Union: National platform........72, 73 Episcopal sees and bishops, Protestant
National League of Republican Clubs:

128, 129
Platform .......................63, 641 Lutheran Church Council............132

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