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On the nationwide convention of felony legislation and Criminology, held in Chicago, at Northwestern college, in June, 1909, the yank Institute of legal legislation and Criminology was once prepared; and, as part of its paintings, the next answer used to be handed: “Whereas, it really is awfully fascinating that very important treatises on criminology in overseas languages be made with no trouble available within the English language, Resolved, that the president rent a committee of 5 with strength to choose such treatises as of their judgment could be translated, and to rearrange for his or her publication.”

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