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THE
Commonwealth Review

of the
University of Oregon

Editor
F. G. YOUNG

Volumes I and II
January, 1916–October, 1917

Published by the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

UNIVERSITY PRESS

INDEX

VOLUMES I AND II

Acknowledgment of the response of repre-

sentative Oregonians to the Univer-

sity's commonwealth service efforts. 1.
Administration, plan of reorganizedfor

Oregon outlined, 66-71.
Administration, state, economics of. 135-

218.
Administration, state, efficient elements

of, 81-5; two general types of, 56-62;
problems of control over activities of,

58-62.
Administrative boards versus single heads,

63.
AMERICAN REPLY TO THE POPE'S PEACE

PROPOSAL, THE, 585-7: stable and en-
during peace desired, 585; the proposal
of the status quo ante bellum worse than
futile, 585-6; peace must be based upon
the rights and faith of the people,
686-7.

B
Ballot, short. principle of. 79-81.
BANKING, THE STATE, AND BANK SUPER-

VISION IN THE STATE OF OREGON, 267-83;
the right to examine banks and to
supervise banking business, 267: limits
of its efficacy, 268; scope of admin-
istrative supervision under the present
law, 268-74: procedure in conducting
the semi-annual examinations, 274-81 ;
examination by committee of stock-
holders, 281 ; five reports required each
year, 281-2; staff of banking depart-
ment, 282-3.
"Blue Sky Law," The, 300-1.

Inatishana ucedunder

ed, 105-8; American ventures in city
planning that afford good examples,
109-11; suggestions as to procedure

here in Oregon, 111.
COMMONWEALTH EFFORT. A SUGGESTION

FOR CONCERTED, IN OREGON, 479-83.
COMMONWEALTH SERVICE, PROPOSED SCHOOL

OF, 12-21 ; functions of, 16-21; all public
issues from local to world-encircling
should be canvassed in, 16; public wel-
fare relation of each profession should
be stressed in, 16-7; particular vocations
for which the school should train, 18-21 ;
unique educational procedure involved,

19; suggested curriculum for, 20-1.
COMMONWEALTH SERVICE PROCEDURE Ex-
EMPLIFIED, 363-5; conscious need of an
up-to-date highway code for Oregon,
383-4; securing concert of effort for

public undertakings, 364-5.
Cooperative agreements to facilitate right

development of water powers in Cali-

fornia and Oregon, 41-6.
CORPORATION DEPARTMENT, THE ADMINIS-

TRATION OF THE, 292-301 ; nature of a
private corporation, 292; advantages
of incorporation, 293-5; origin and
evolution of. 294-5; chartering of cor-
porations by special act and under
general statute, 295-6; creation of the
corporation department and its func-
tions. 296-7: classification of corpora-
tions, 297; procedure for effecting or-
ganization, 298; requirements made of
foreign corporations. 298-90; the "Blue

Sky Law," 300-1.
COUNTY ADMINISTRATION, REORGANIZATION

OF, FOR ECONOMY AND EFFICIENCY, 72-6;
advisory boards for each department
and institution, needed by county com-
missioners, 72-3; constant adaptation of
methods used, 73; administrative code
and budgetary procedure, 74-5; regular
meetings and systematic records. 75-6:

standardization of supplies, 75-6.
COUNTY UNIT PLAN OF SCHOOL ADMINIS-

TRATION, 518-38. See SCHOOL ADMINIS-

TRATION, THE COUNTY UNIT PLAN OF.
CREDIT, RURAL, ORGANIZATION FOR OREGON,

120-7: conditions of modern farming
make credit facilities for farmer essen-
tial, 120-1; duration of loan should be
determined by purposes for which it
is made, 121-2; obstacles in the way of
transplanting cooperative credit societies
of Germany, 122-3; better use should be
made by farmer of present national,
state and private banks, 123-4; rural
credit organization available for short
period loans, 124; advantages of mort-
gage credit associations of European
countries, 124-6; features of desirable
measure before Congress, 125-7.
CREDIT, SOME PRINCIPLES WHICH SHOULD

GOVERN ORGANIZATION TO SECURE NEW
CAPITAL FOR OREGON HIGHWAY, MUNI-
CIPAL, FARM AND INDUSTRIAL IMPROVE-
MENTS, 128-34; capital required to make

California cooperative agreement to facili-

tate right development of water power,

41-5.
Carey Act, the experience of Oregon

under, 34-6.
CHARTER NEEDS OF OREGON CITIES, 97-102 ;

genesis of the general plan of American
government. 97-8; the demand for re-
form. 98-9: the increase in cost the
change to a commission or managerial
form of government would involve. 99-
100; necessity of administration on &
cash basis, 100.
CITY CHARTER, SALIENT PRINCIPLES OF A

MODERN, 77-95; origins of the "commis-
gion" and of the “city manager" plans,
77-8; "home rule" a recent achievement
in municipal progress, 78-9; the short
ballot principle, 79-81; efficient ad-
ministration, elements of, 81-3; popular
control, 85-6; the franchise problem with
regard to public service utilities, 86-7;
election methods, 87-92; old civil service
requirements in contrast to undivided
responsibility of commission and man-
ager, 93; city planning, 93-6.
CITY PLANNNG COMMISSION, THE, 103-11;

the basis of the merit and service of city
planning. 108-5; American and Euro-
pean conditions with regard to contrast-

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