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Hygres, Galton at, IIIA 249

Hyperscope, invention of, II 20; use of, by Galton, IIIB 618


`Ibis,' Galton's boat up the Nile, 1200

Ibrahim Pacha, obeys order not to drink wine by drinking brandy, MB 572

Iceland Spar Compounder, Galton's, II. 287

Ideals, and economics, 11254, 255

Ideas, association of, II 233-236, 256; limitation of, II 236; subconscious, and will, II 247; and consciousness, II 256; abstract, and nurture, II 255; selective action of brain in storing, II 256

Identification, personal, MA 138-216; history and controversy regarding finger-prints, IIIA 138-154; popularisation of finger-prints as method of, IIIA 154-160; scientific papers and books on, IIIA 161-216; by profiles, II 304, 306, 326; Bertillon's system -of, II 304-306, 380, 383, etc.; anthropometrie register and, 11 398; American system of, IIIA 188. See also

Finger-Prints

Identification Offices , uses of, MA 157, 158, 160

Idiocy, in children of drunkards, II 148; and cousin marriage, IIIB 470

Idiosyncrasy, in Col. M., regarding mention of injuries, 11 279

Idiots, in general population, 1190; mental capacity of, 11 272

Illegitimacy, among the feeble-minded, IIIA 366 Illnesses, grave, Galton's list of, 11 366

Illustraria (Selenia moth), experiments with, Ills 47,

49,111-484

Illustrious men, definition of, 1189

Images, optical combination of, 11 285

Imagination, in science, 11 98; in literary men, 11 256;

analytical power and, 11 98; measurement of, 11 307;

aid of, in deafness, 11 308; power of, IIIB 492, 493 Imaginative Power, and lunacy, IIIA 115 Impregnation, under effect of alcoholism, 11 129 Impressions, and blended memories, II 296; general,

frequent-incorrectness of, 11296, 297, IIIA 274,.364,

405; moral, in childhood, 11 127

Imprisonment, statistics regarding terms of, 11 406 Inaudi, mental sums of, 11275, 276; cited by Galton as

a `sport,' IIIA 85

Inbreeding, following selection, IIIA 94; Galton on, in

man, IIIA 270; intensive, and evolution, IIIA 431 Incommensurable Motives, Galton on, 11246, 247 Independence of Character, in cattle, 11 73, 74

Index, of finger-prints, IIIA 140, 149-153, 159, 160, 164,

165, 167, 170-174, 186, 187, 197-214; of pedigrees,

IIIA 103, 104; of mistakability, 11 329-333, depends

on vision of operator, II 330, 331. See also Finger

Prints

Indexing, of profiles, II 304, 323, 324, IIIA 325, 326; and numeralisation of portraits, 11323-328; diagrams, 11325, 327; and the Bertillon system, 11383, 398

India, queries regarding our treatment of, 11 417; use of finger-prints in, IIIA 146, 147, 151, 153-155, 157159, 176, 187, 195, IIIB 591; need for identification office in, IIIA 157; finger-prints of criminals in, IIIA 254

India Office, and marks for physical qualification for

admission to Indian Civil Service, II 388, 394 Indian Civil Service, appointment in, as test of ability,

IIIA 247, 327

Indians, some characteristics of, IIIA 157 Indifferentism, effect of, 11 154

Individual, anthropometric description of the, II 380;

and type, measure of difference between, II 311;

life, control of, 11113, 114

Individual Difference Problem, Galton's paper on, 11411414

Individuality, measurement of, 11303-306; of profiles, 11 323; extreme and modal examples of, II 412; limitations of, II 413; of very gifted men, IIIA 32; permanence of, IIIA 279

Industrial Anhhropometry, foreshadowing of, II 358; value of, 11 382

Inebriates, report regarding, IIIA 301

Infants, measurements on, IIIB 496; finger-prints of, IIIB 496-499

Infectious Illness, at the Birmingham Free School, 181, 84,85

Influences, effect of small but persistent, IIIA 403, 404

Inge, Dean, and Eugenics Education Soc., IIIA 339; preaches on Eugenics, IIIB 612

Inheritance. See under Heredity

Innate Taste, for science, fostering of, 11 153 Inquisition, and free-thinkers, 11111, 112

Insane, General Register of the, proposals regarding,

IIIA 365, 366

Insanity, and alcoholism, 1 1148; Galton's experiments

as to, II 247, 248; in descendants of the very able,

IIIA 32; heredityand,IIIA 277, 298,322; convolutions

of the brain in, IIIA 298

`Insectivorous Plants,' Darwin's, 11181 Insects, hearing of, 11 217

Inspiration, from an unseen world, 11260, 261 Instincts, Galton on vicious, II 230; observations re

garding, IIIA 135; of higher animals, MA 130 Institute of Actuaries, Galton's appeal to, III, 3a 536-539

`Instrumental Instructions for Mr Consul Petheriek,'

1127

In8trumentarium, of Galton, 11 3

Instruments, or apparatus designed by Galton-anthropometric or psychometric, 11212, 213, 215-228, 370, 373; meteorological, 11 44-49 (drill pantagraph), 59; a lock, I 148; a lamp, I 148, 149; a balance, I 149; a printing telegraph, 1212, 213; for compounding six objects, 11 285; hyperscope, II 20, IIIB 618; wave engine, II 51; heliostat, II 19; 'Tactor' machine, II 50; for optical combination of images, II 285; Iceland spar com ounder, II 287; measurement of resemblance machine, II 332-333; instantaneous attitude snapper, IIIB 629 (Addenda); spectacles for divers, II 34; whistles for high notes, II 212, 216; pocket registrator, 11 341; for testing the perception of tint differences, II 219; for measuring rate of movement of a limb, 1 1220

Instruments, standardisation of, for Kew, Il 59, 60, 223-226

Insurance Offices, eugenic data from, IIIB 537-539, 542. See also Institute of Actuaries

Intellectual Ability, and the normal curve, 1190,91; and eminence, 1 191; and sensitivity, II 222

Intelligence, inheritance of, 11 75-77, 104-106; and physical characters, II 77, 94, 388; and fertility, 11 77-80, 94; and size of head, 11 94, 343, 387, 388; of different races, II 106-109, 351, 352; normal curve and, II 104; dominance of, II 108; sign of high, 11236

Intermarriage, within the class, II 121, IIIA 231

International Eugenics, IIIA 219, 220

International Health Exhibition, Anthropometric Lab

oratory at, 11357, 362, 370-386

Interpolation, George Darwin's paper on, IIIB 467

Intra-uterine Influence, IIIA 59

Introspection, in women, II 242; free-will and, 11245247

IIris, markings on, 11 306

Iron Industry, and the Farmer family, 139

Irresolution, and free-will, 11246

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