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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Dcdly Newspaper.
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Editor and Publisher.
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VOL. 3, NO. 143 Chicago, Tuesday, March 17, 1914 ONE CENT
ALD. MERRIAM WANTS VICE REPORT
RECOMMENDATIONS ACTED DPON
Has Council Pass Resolution Calling for Report From
Special Vice Committee Some Things the Famous
Vice Commission Recommended in Its Re- y
port on Social Evil in Chicago.
Aid. Charles E. Merriani wants to
know what happened to the recom
mendations of the famous vice com
mission of Mayor Busse,'s time.
He.caused a resolution,'to be passed
by the council last night calling for
a report .from the special vice com
mittee of the city council, theJpolice
department and health depaVtment.
He would like to knew just how far
the recommendations have been
The vice commission found many
things during its investigations One
of their discoveries was that low
wages have a direct connection with
And they published this discovery
'in their .report. Even though two of
the men that signed it Julius Rosen
wald and Prof. Graham Taylor
scoffed at the low wages idea when,
testifying before the O'Hara white
Their report carried the following
"An extensive study should be
made of the -working conditions and