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L'Intérieur du comité révolutionnaire. Scène derniere

L'Intérieur du comité révolutionnaire. Scène derniere

Intérieur d'un comité révolutionnaire sous le régime de la terreur / Fragonard fils inv. ; Malapeau aqua forti ; Berthault sculp.

Curfew must not ring tonight, or the untold grievance of an untolled church bell

The day we do not celebrate

Curfew must not ring tonight, or the untold grievance of an untolled church bell

Duty, dedicated to the London police

[An important arrest]

An important arrest

Illinois - the recent troubles in Chicago - the police capturing leading anarchists at one of their dens, No. 616 Centre Avenue / from a sketch by C. Bunnell.

James Scott, near Westerville, Nebraska.

Maryland--The oyster war--A state police steamer overhauling a pirate boat on Chesapeake Bay, off Swan's Point / from a sketch by Frank Adams.

The sheriff, two deputies, and Miller

Theodore Roosevelt when he was a New York police commissioner

Merry Katie Emmett in Chat, an American boy

Rube Whipple in Way down East

U.S. Reports: United States v. Matthews, 173 U.S. 381 (1899)

The successful, romantic drama, A grip of steel

The great ruby Arthur Collins' production ; written by Cecil Raleigh & Henry Hamilton.

Cumberland '61 by Franklin Fyles.

The big scenic production, Man's enemy by Chas. A. Longdon & Eric Hudson : now in it's 4th year in England.

The singing comedian, Andrew Mack in his new play, The rebel a drama of the Irish rebellion : by James B. Fagen.

Siberia written by Bartley Campbell.

Their best friend / Keppler.

The law can not be "removed" by Christian Science / Keppler.

Justice aroused / Kep.

A Sunday morning dream - time to wake up / Ehrhart.

Above the law / Art Young.

Training a policewoman--Inspector Cross and Miss Clark, veteran policewoman, are shown demonstrating the correct way to handcuff a prisoner

A lesson in perspective / Ehrhart.

How woman policeman would look making an arrest

[Two policemen arresting a striker in Express strike, New York City]

Out into the storm / L.M. Glackens.

The goat-keeper / K.

His wounded mate

Mrs. Partington outdone / L.M. Glackens.

I'm bound to say, sir, that the appearances are in favor of you--

U.S. Reports: Dalton Machine Co. v. Virginia, 236 U.S. 699 (1915)

Goldstein (Sol) arrest

Bringing Silvia into Union Station

Bringing Silvia into Union Station

Col. Sherrell, Supt. of Public Buildings and Grounds, has issued an order that bathing suits at the Wash[ington] bathing beach must not be over six inches above the knee ...

After a thrilling chase through the busiest streets of Washington, ... a couple of bootleggers and their car come to grief at the hands of the Capitol police

Coolidge & Women's Nat. Committee for Law Enforcement, 4924

Coolidge & Women's Nat. Com. for Law Enforcement, 4924

Coolidge & Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement, 4924

Senators go in for heavy reading. Members of the Senate are doing some serious and extensive reading these days, in studying the report of President Hoover's Commission on Law Enforcement, better known as the Wickersham Report. The photograph shows Sen. George W. Norris of Nebraska, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee which will consider the report, trying to find out what it is all about, 1/23/31

Bishop Cannon and Women Drys. Bishop James Cannon, Jr., Generalissimo of the organized dry forces, snapped at the Capitol today as thousands of members of the Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement gathered to demand continuance of prohibition. 41832

Bishop Cannon and Women Drys. Bishop James Cannon, Jr., Generalissimo of the organized dry forces, snapped at the Capitol today as thousands of members of the Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement gathered to demand continuance of prohibition. 4/18/32

Don't jay walk Watch your step.

History of civic services in the city of New York Police No. 1 : The rattle watch.

At Civil Liberties hearing. Washington, D.C. Jan. 14. Borden Burr, Counsel for the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad, testifying before the Senate Civil Liberties hearing into labor disputes and flogging cases in Alabama, charged that failure of law enforcement in their district made it imperative for his company to bring in special deputies to protect life and property. Karl L. Landgrebe, Vice President of the Toi, is shown seated

New Coast Guard boat capable of 35 miles an hour. Washington, D.C., May 17. One of the fastest things afloat, the new U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat #441 was put thru its paces on the Potomac River today for the benefit of treasure officials. The cruiser, which is one of eight to placed in law enforcement and life-saving service of the Coast Guard, is powered with four 1600 horsepower motors and is capable of doing 35 miles an hour, 5/17/1937

National Parole Conference brings law and penal experts to Capital. Washington, D.C., April 17. The first general session of the National Parole Conference, called by the President for the purpose of trying to coordinate federal, state, and local agencies with all phases of law enforcement. Left to right. Sam Lewisohn, member of the N.Y. State Commission of Correction and temporary chairman of the conference, Gov. Herbert Lehman of New York, Attorney General Frank Murphy, and James B. Bennet, Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons

Code of Federal Regulations: Law Enforcement, 22 C.F.R. (1949)

Men caught in raids by federal agents leave prisoners' van at U.S. Court House in Foley Square today / Photo by Palumbo.

Code of Federal Regulations: Law Enforcement, 22 C.F.R. (1957)

D/A Henry Wade (l) conducts press conf. in line-up room / New York Herald Tribune photo by Bill Sauro.

[Two Hunter College students covering their faces with books, at police headquarters after they were picked up on narcotics] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Herman Hiller.

Methods of enforcement under world government and their effect on the individual : alliance, confederation, federation

U.S. Reports: Simmons v. United States, 390 U.S. 377 (1968)

U.S. Reports: NLRB v. Robbins Tire & Rubber Co., 437 U.S. 214 (1978)

U.S. Reports: Briscoe v. LaHue, 460 U.S. 325 (1983)

U.S. Reports: Guardians Assn. v. Civil Service Comm'n, N.Y.C., 463 U.S. 582 (1983)

United States Code: Security and Law Enforcement on Property Under the Jurisdiction of the Department, 38 U.S.C. §§ 901-905 (Suppl. 5 1988)

United States Code: Security and Law Enforcement on Property Under the Jurisdiction of the Department, 38 U.S.C. §§ 901-905 (Suppl. 4 1988)

U.S. Reports: Board of Education of Independent School District No. 92 of Pottawatomie County et al. v. Earls et al., 536 U.S. 822 (2002)

San Pedro St. at 7th St., LA, 2006

441 Towne Ave., Skid Row, Los Angeles, 2007

Towne Ave. corner of S. 6th St., Skid Row, LA, 2007

Crocker St., bet[ween] 7th and Agatha, LA, 2007

Buku saku paralegal penegakan hukum pemilu

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter EVERGREEN, New London, New London County, CT

Old Polk County Jail, Walker Street, Columbus, Polk County, NC

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter BASSWOOD, Marianas Section, Victor Wharf, Agana Heights, Guam, GU

At Civil Liberties hearing. Washington, D.C. Jan. 14. Borden Burr, Counsel for the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad, testifying before the Senate Civil Liberties hearing into labor disputes and flogging cases in Alabama, charged that failure of law enforcement in their district made it imperative for his company to bring in special deputies to protect life and property. Karl L. Landgrebe, Vice President of the Toi, is shown seated

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter CITRUS, Coos Bay, Coos County, OR

Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA

Coolidge & Women's National Committee for Law Enforcement, 4/9/24

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter MESQUITE, Charlevoix, Charlevoix County, MI

Coolidge & Women's Nat. Com. for Law Enforcement, 4/9/24

Custums rifle team receives secretary of treasury cup for marksmanship. Washington, D.C., Aug. 5. Acting Secretary of the Treasury, Roswell Magill today presented to the Bureau of Customs revolver team the silver cup offered by Secretary Morgenthau for proficiency in small-arms marksmanship by Treasury Agents engaged in law enforcement and protective duties. In the photograph, left to right: A.W. Quick, Norfolk, VA. Bureau of Customs; Acting Secretary Magill; M.R. Rogers, Seattle Bureau of Customs; W.J. Osmer, New York Bureau of Customs; P.M. Chapman, Takoma, Wash. Bureau of Customs; and E.L. Ballinger, El Paso, Tex. Bureau of Customs, 8/5/38

National Parole Conference brings law and penal experts to Capital. Washington, D.C., April 17. The first general session of the National Parole Conference, called by the President for the purpose of trying to coordinate federal, state, and local agencies with all phases of law enforcement. Left to right. Sam Lewisohn, member of the N.Y. State Commission of Correction and temporary chairman of the conference, Gov. Herbert Lehman of New York, Attorney General Frank Murphy, and James B. Bennet, Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons

Coolidge & Women's Nat. Committee for Law Enforcement, 4/9/24

Richmond Prison, Keeper's House, Richmond, St. Croix, VI

Washington, D.C.--The attack on the President's life--Scene in the ladies' room of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot--The arrest of the assassin / from sketches by our special artist's [sic] A. Berghaus and C. Upham.

Cumberland '61 by Franklin Fyles

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Cumberland '61 by Franklin Fyles

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Cumberland '61 by Franklin Fyles

Skagway City Hall, 350 Fifth Avenue, Skagway, Skagway, AK

Cumberland '61 by Franklin Fyles

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD

Caroline County Jail, Sheriff's House, 101 Gay Street, Denton, Caroline County, MD