Municipal Government and Administration - Vol. 2

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MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION

BY
WILLIAM BENNETT MUNRO, PH.D., LL.B.
PROFESSOR OF MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT IN
HARVARD UNIVERSITY

VOLUME II
ADMINISTRATION

New York
THE MACMILLAN COMPANY
1923
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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Volume II Administration 1
  • Chapter XXIII - The Organization of City Departments 3
  • References 26
  • Chapter XXIV - The City's Working Force 27
  • References 51
  • Chapter XXV - Administrative Principles and Methods 53
  • References 69
  • Chapter XXVI - The Planning and Replanning of Cities 70
  • References 97
  • Chapter XXVII - Streets 99
  • References 119
  • Chapter XXVIII - Parks and Public Recreation 121
  • References 137
  • Chapter XXIX - Water Supply 139
  • References 162
  • Chapter XXX - Public Sanitation 163
  • References 183
  • Chapter XXXI - Police Administration 184
  • References 205
  • Chapter XXXII - Municipal Police Courts 206
  • References 220
  • Chapter XXXIII - Crime and Correction in Cities 221
  • References 238
  • Chapter XXXIV - Fire Prevention and Fire Protection 239
  • References 256
  • Chapter XXXV - Public Health and Hygiene 258
  • References 280
  • Chapter XXXVI - Housing and Housing Reform 282
  • References 303
  • Chapter XXXVII - Poor Relief and Social Amelioration 306
  • References 326
  • Chapter XXXVIII - The City Schools 328
  • References 352
  • Chapter XXXIX - Public Lighting 354
  • References 369
  • Chapter XL - Municipal Transportation 371
  • References 395
  • Chapter XLI - The Regulation of Municipal Utilities 397
  • References 415
  • Chapter XLII - Municipal Ownership 417
  • References 441
  • Chapter XLIII - Municipal Revenues 444
  • References 468
  • Chapter XLIV - Municipal Expenditures and Indebtedness 471
  • References 491
  • Index 493
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