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List of References on Federal Control of Commerce and Corporations

By: Library of Congress; Griffin, Appleton Prentiss Clark, 1852-1926; Meyer, Herman Henry Bernard, 1864-1937;

... QUESTION GENERAL \ BOOKS Adams, Charles 'Francis. The interstate commerce law. ^ {In Compendium of transportation theories, Washington, 1S93. 8°. p. ... ...ross- cup's address, [by] H. K. Smith. Amendment of the Sherman anti-trust law, [by] T. Marburg. — pt. 2. Effects of anti-trust legis- lation on busin... ...i-trust legis- lation, [by] G. L. Duval. The drug trade and the anti-trust law, [by] W. J. Schieffelin. Attitude of labor towards government regulatio... ...ations upon other powers. Persons and things specially subject to domestic economy and municipal regulation. Persons under disability. State and inter... ...213 1909. Change in federal control of corporations. Journal of 'political economy. May, 1909, v. 16: 303-305. HBl.J7,v.l6 214 1909. Scott, Robert Bru... ...e, William Dudley. An interstate trade commis- sion. Journal of 'political economy, Apr. 1912, v. 20: 406-415. "A paper read before the Western econom... ...cation 523, 785 Wages 808 Reconsignment : See under Railroad regulation. Ru&sia: Railroad regulation 054 St. Cloud, Miiui., case 397 St. Ijouis busine...

Subject: Interstate commerce; Constitutional law -- United States; States' rights (American politics)

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Federal Anti-Trust Decisions. Cases Decided in the United States Courts Arising Under, Involving, Or Growing Out of the Enforcement of the Antitrust Act of July 2, 1890 (26 Stat., 209) Including a Few Somewhat Similar Decisions Not Based Upon That Act, 1890-1899, 1900-1906

By: Finch, James Arthur, 1866; United States. Department of Justice

...8. 131 F., 182 2—577. Evans v. Lowenstein, 69 F., 908. 1—598. Farmers' Loan&amp;Trust Co. r. Northern Pac. R. Co.,60F., 803 1—257. Field r. Barber Asphalt... .... c, 50 F., 469 1—30. Greer, Mills & Co. v. Stoller, 77 F.,1 1—620. Griffin&amp;Shelley Co., T. S. Consolidated S. R. Co. v., 126 F., 364.. 2—288. Gulf, C... .... A. F. Booth* Co. I. Davis, 127 F., 876 2—820. Ackerman r. Shelp, 8 N. J. Law 125 '2—641. Adams i'. Burke, 17 Wall., 453 2—863. Adams v. Palmer, 6 Gr... ..., 279. Allison I'. Corson, 88 F., 581 2—607. Alsbrook v. Hathaway, 3Sneed,4&amp;4 2—310. American Biscuit&amp; Mfg. Co. v. Klotz. See Manufacturing Co. v. Klo... ...,324 2—838. Bibb r. Allen, 149 U. S.. 481 1—849. Birch I'.Somerville, 2Ir. Law R.,N.!<.,243 2—973. Bishop r. Preservers' Co., 1.57 111., 284 1—797. Bi... ...75,205,786,1011. Hoe V. Knap, 17 P., 204 2—187. Hoffmann. Brooks, 11 Wkly. Law Bui., 2.'i8 1—796. Hogan V. State, 30 Wis., 428 2—898. Holder ii.Aultma... ...ith the Franklin, this com- bination being inade apparently for reasons of economy in conducting the business; that the amount of sugar refined in Phi... ...ith the Fr.ank- lin, this combination being made apparently for reasons of economy in conducting the business ; that the amount of sugar refined in Ph... ...n with the Franklin, this combination being made apparently for reasons of economy in conducting the business ; that the amount of sugar refined in Ph...

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Appendix E Sample Hazardous Assessment and Recognition Plan (Harp) Instrument California Department of Justice Division of Law Enforcement Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement

By: Department of Justice
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Pambansang Pangangalaga Laban Sa Diskriminasyon Ng Lupang Tinubuan

By: Department of Justice
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Expanding Research Capacity to Support the Implementation of Community Policing through the Development of a Multi-Agency Research Partnership Involving the Chandler, Glendale, And Scottsdale, Arizona Police Departments and Arizona State University West, Final Report

By: Charles M. Katz

... to the partner agencies while at the same time having value for the more general law enforcement and criminal justice research communities. Providin... ...t researchers and students with increased exposure to the research needs of local law enforcement 0 3 This document is a research report submitted... ...nt a “Compstat-like” process to help direct its community policing and traditional law enforcement efforts. The Scottsdale Compstat model involves th...

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Effectiveness of Denial of Handgun Purchase by Violent Misdemeanants, Final Report

By: Garen J. Wintemute

...persons whose purchase applications were made in 1989-1990, before the new law took effect, and were approved (“purchasers”). and do not necessaril... ...bbery. Compatible results have been seen in evaluations of a Massachusetts law imposing per se enforcement and mandatory sentencing for the illegal c... ...tion that is armed while in public. These laws create a mandate for local law enforcement agencies to issue concealed carry permits to persons who r... ...e confirmed as alive and in the state for part of the follow-up period (me&amp;an 1.7 years for both groups). No follow-up information was available for...

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Barrett Juvenile Correctional Center : Is It Effective a Comparison of Youth Released from a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Center to Youth at a Traditional Juvenile Correctional Center, Final Report

By: Jill A. Gordon

...ment is most effective if I provided at appropriate intensity and for a s&amp;cient duration (Van Voorhis, Braswell, and Lester 1997). And, at this poi... ...age than the normative data in the categories of assessment, treatment, st&amp;g, and other. And Barrett scores higher than the normative data in all of...

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Evaluation of the Disproportionate Minority Confinement (Dmc) Initiative

By: Department of Justice

...ment of minority youth by juvenile justice intake personnel and members of law enforcement. Hillsborough County was selected as the Phase II pilot si... ... system, by race and county Ibid. p. iii. 2 I-4 • Examine the decision by law enforcement officers to arrest or release youth with whom they come int... ...rmation contained in formal police reports and other field reports used by law enforcement agencies in their decision-making. Researchers found that ...

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Evaluation of the Disproportionate Minority Confinement (Dmc) Initiative

By: Department of Justice

... ............. III-10 TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued) PAGE ii 3.2 Modifying Law, Policies, and Procedures ................ III-11 3.3 Developing State-... ...PROJECTS ................................ IV-14 3.1 American Indian Family Law Education: Positive Contact Program ............................ IV-1... ...unity and business leaders, juvenile court judges, legislators, educators, law enforcement officials, and state government employees. Efforts are als...

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Evaluation of the Disproportionate Minority Confinement (Dmc) Initiative

By: Department of Justice

...pe of incidents to be affected by the program component. For example, the Law Enforcement Initiative collects number of local criminal events, number... ...inal events, number of police calls, number of arrests, and other standard law enforcement measures. • Project operations - quantitative —quantitative... ...ORT ACTION STEPS TYPE OF EVALUATION EVALUATION TEAM Community Focus Change law enforcement Tallies of incidents; local Technical Assist Jane Boyd to L... ... Education Center project. Woodbury County (Sioux City). Changes in the economy of Sioux City have caused changes in the neighborhoods. Economic u...

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Performance Measures of Effectiveness : Implementation and Findings

By: Barry R. Mccaffrey

... iii P E R F O R M A N C E M E A S U R E S O F E F F E C T I V E N E S S By law, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) is r e q u i red ... ... control agencies that deliver prevention, treatment, interdiction, domestic law enforcement, and international pr o g r a m m i n g in support of the... ...eve measurable improvements in the drug problem. The Strategy is mandated by law to include long-term measurable goals and objectives. This year’s PME...

...Excerpt: Message from the Director. By law, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) is required to submit to Congress each year a report on the Performance Measures of Effectiveness (PME) System, which assesses the efficacy of the National Drug Control ...

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National Evaluation of the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment for State Prisoners Program from Onset to Midpoint Final Report

By: Douglas S. Lipton

...dential facilities operated by State and local correctional agencies. The law specifies that th=se programs will: (1) last between 6 and 12 months; ... ...tic community treatment programming in corrections. P sjchology, Crinie & Law, 4(3). 213-263, and Pearson, F. S., Lipton, D. S., Cleland, C. M. and Y... ...ended a program adapted from the Ross et al. Reasoning & Rehabilitation (R&amp;R) program.'* Drug offenders were randomly assigned either to regular prob... ...n- FTE Opera- Name Modality beds youth tractor Staff tional Red Wing TC+C&amp;12 Redwing Minnesota Corm. 30 Male Youth None 3 Yes RSAT step Faality-Red... ...dos TC + CB Medical Lake Pine Lodae 72 Famale Adult None 6.25 Yes Pre-Rele&amp;e RSAT for Women Pre-Relk Washington has one operational program, the P... ...tive Rehabilitation Programmes for Young Offenders. Psychology, Crime and Law, 1, 193-199. Hollin, C. R. (1995) The Meaning and Implications of 'Pro... ......... Cognitive-Behavioral 12-Step (AA. NA, CA model) Boot Camp Token Economy , ................................................................... ...................................................................... Token economy. This is a reinforcement system in which offendershnmates who perf...

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Status Report to the Attorney General on Body Armor Safety Initiative Testing and Activities

By: Sarah V. Hart

...ive T esting and Activities MARCH 11, 2004 NCJ 204534 Cover photograph of law enforcement officer by Larry Levine, courtesy of the Washington Metropo... .......................................... 1 B. Body Armor Currently Used by Law Enforcement .........................................................2 ... ...ing Program Lightweight body armor has been widely available for use by law enforcement personnel for close to 30 years. The lives of more than 2,... ...this incident, the pistol used was an autoloading pistol chambered in .40 S&amp;W-caliber. The cartridges in the recovered pistol were .40 S&amp;W-caliber of...

...kground of Testing Program ........................................................................................ 1 B. Body Armor Currently Used by Law Enforcement ......................................................... 2 III. Attorney General?s Body Armor Safety Initiative ................................................ 3 IV. Study of the Forest Hills Incident .........

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The Growth of Youth Gang Problems in the United States : 197098

By: Walter B. Miller
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Intermediate Sanctions in Sentencing Guidelines

By: Jeremy Travis

...to others. Many offend ers have great difficulty achieving conventional, law abid ing patterns of living, and many stumble along the way. It might ... ...) and hope that through them, with help, the offender will learn to become law abiding. From this perspective, low intensity programs may be favored b... ...ermediate Punishment: Redistributing or Extending Social Control?” Crime, Law, and Social Change 19:187–201. Marc Renzema, “Home Confine ment Progr... ...intermediate sanctions. In terms both of humane treatment of offenders and economy in public ex penditure, law reform bodies (including the American ...

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Bureau of Justice Assistance Problem-Oriented Drug Enforcement a Community-Based Approach for Effective Policing

By: Department of Justice

... and use of illicit narcotics. n To return control of the community to its law- abiding citizens. Analysis. The first phase of the project involved co... ...em areas and tenants and trying to forge positive relation- ships with the law-abiding residents. In December 1988, after several months in the comple... ...ontinue to monitor liquor sales, and if the owner continued to violate the law, his license would be revoked. Positive change came relatively quickly ... ...9, Officer B. reported the problem to the city’s licenses and inspection (L&amp;I) department, which inspects buildings and enforces building code violati... ...inspects buildings and enforces building code violations in Philadelphia. L&amp;I concluded that ordinary measures such as sealing the building with tin o... ...ks could not make it secure and that demolition was the only safe course. L&amp;I first attempted to notify the building’s owner because owners were gener...

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Petition for a Writ of Error Coram Nobis to Remedy Fraud Upon This Court

By: Wilson M. Brown
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Evaluation of the Florida Department of Corrections Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (Rsat) for State Prisoners Program, Final Technical Report

By: C. Aaron Mcneece

...criminal offenders. m Bulletin of the American Academy of Psychiatry and Law, 18 (3), 271-281. Cuffel, B. J. (1 996). Comorbidity substance use dis... ...: An integrative review of existing programs. Behavioral Sciences and the Law. 15 (4), 439-457. Florida Department of Corrections (1 997-98). Annual... ............................. 133 Region V Substance Abuse Ccawltm: (9 i/22/9&amp;j .......................... 136 79 position or policies of the U.S. Dep...

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Process Analysis of Gdc Rsat Program, Draft Final Report

By: Audry Moffett

...e (CSS): a 41-item questionnaire providing measures of opinions about the law, courts and the police and assessing tolerance of law violators. The CS... ...nt or condition is specified. Any other uselre-disclosure is forbidden by law. DatelEventlCondition ResidenVDetainee Signature Date Witness Date ... ...ent or condition is specified. Any other usehe-disclosure is forbidden by law. Date/Event/Condition Inmate Signature Date Witness Signature Date ...

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Screening and Assessing Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders Among Youth in the Juvenile Justice System : A Resource Guide for Practitioners

By: Thomas Grisso

...involve representatives from a range of community-based agencies including law enforcement, juvenile justice and human service agencies, and often the... ...munity is establishing a center where all youth recently arrested by local law enforcement officers can be assessed to provide relatively rapid evalua... ...University of Massachusetts Medical School, where he is Coordinator of the Law and Psychiatry Program. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology at the Un...

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