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TEMPERANCE EDUCATION MAP OF THE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES.

[Furnished to the Bureau by the Department of Scientific Temperance Instruction of the W.C.T. U.,

Mrs. Mary H. Hunt, superintendent. Utah was under the national temperance law until it became a State; since then no advice has been received regarding the enactment of a temperance education law.]

States in white have a temperance education law. Those in black have none.

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EXPLANATION OF MARKS. x The cross signifies that scientific temperance is a mandatory study in public schools. * The star signifies that this is a mandatory study, and that a penalty is attached to the enforcing clause of this statute in the State or Territory to which it is affixed.

† The dagger signifies that the study is not only mandatory, but is required of all pupils in all schools.

The double dagger signifies that the stndy is required of all pupils in all schools, and is to be pursued with text-books in the hands of pupils able to read.

|| The parallel indicates that the study is to be taught in the same manner and as thoroughly as other required branches.

$ The section mark indicates that text-books on this topic used in primary and intermediate schools must give one-fourth or one-fifth their space to temperance matter, and those used in high schools not less than twenty pages.

1 The paragraph indicates that no teacher who has not passed a satisfactory examination in this subject is granted a certificate or authorized to teach.

- Three lines indicate that text-books on this topic shall give full and adequate space to the temperance matter.

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PART III.

STATISTICAL TABLES.

1835

1.-CITY SCHOOL SYSTEMS.

Table 1.-Statistics of population and school enrollment and attendance in cities of over

8,000 inhabitants.

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24 Colorado Springs...

16, 000

6-21 Denver: 25 District No.1..

(6-21 26 District No.2. 135, 000

6-21 27 District No. 17.

16-21 28 Lead ville....

12, 000

6-21 Pueblo : 29 District No.1...

(6-21 30 District No. 20..

30,000

16-21 31 Trinidad

8,000 6-21 CONNECTICUT. 32 Ansonia

4-16 33 Bridgeport

56, 073 416 34 Bristol

9, 000 4-16 35 Danbury

20, 000

4-16 36 Hartford.

62, 000

4-16 37 Manchester

8,000 4-16 38 Meriden

26, 000 4-16 39 Middletown

10,000 4-16 40 New Britain.

23, 000 4-16 41 Now Haven.

90,000 8-14 42 New London.

15, 000 5-16 43 Norwalk..

20,000 4-16 Norwich

4-16 45 Rockville.

10,000

4-16 Statistics of 1893-94.

1, 732 346, 400 7, 008 1, 299, 984 1,300 253, 500 2, 272 443, 157 6,554 1, 284, 545 1, 461 271, 744 3, 088 599, 072 964

178, 340 2, 401 451, 338 12,700 2,540, 080 1,524 294, 132 2, 126 425, 100 866

173, 200

a Estimated.

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