This theme includes works on constitutions and the law, the Chinese civil service, policing, efforts at governmental, legal and social reform, the revolution of 1911-12 and the development of the Republic of China.

The abolition of slavery in the Chinese empire Williams, E.T. October 1910
The American almanac and repository of useful knowledge for the year 1841 1840 Boston
Body politic and civil service in China Gu, Hongming 1903 Shanghai
A chapter of the Chinese penal code Lind, Abram Jr 1887 Leiden
China June 1914
China 1911-1912: government changes and national movements: with translations of state documents relating thereto Ridge, William Sheldon, 1875- [1912] Shanghai
China under the republic Latourette, Kenneth Scott September 1921
The Chinese constitution Quigley, Harold Scott, Dr 1925 Peking
Chinese officials
Chinese pigtails, and what hangs thereby Brandt, Max von, 1835-1920 [1900] New York
Chinese police
The Chinese question Hallett, Holt S.
Chinese topography: being an alphabetical list of the provinces, departments and districts in the Chinese empire, with their latitudes and longitudes Williams, Samuel Wells, 1812-1884 1844 [Canton?]
Confucius and new China: Confucius' idea of the state and its relation to the constitutional government Wang, Ching-t'ao 1912 Shanghai
Constitution building in China Bevan, L. R. O 1910 Shanghai
The cyclopedic review of current history March 1901 Boston, Mass.
Dedicated to the president, officials and all interested in the Republic of China Lowe, J. 1912 Shanghai
Essays on reform in China 1900
Extracts from the Peking gazettes David, John Francis 1828 London
Fair play for the Republic of China Seaman, Major Louis Livingston 18 November 1912 New York
The family law of the Chinese Möllendorff, Paul Georg von, 1848-1901 1896 Shanghai
The historical register, containing an impartial relation of all transactions, foreign and domestick 1725-1731 London
"Huafeng Lao Jen" letters on the Chinese constitution Piggott, Francis Taylor, Sir, 1852-1925 1913 Shanghai
Law reform in China Wang Chung-Hui 1919 London
Learn Chang Chih Tung Shanghai
Li Hung Chang, a character sketch of the premier of China Young, John Russell October 1894
The marriage of the emperor of China L.M.F. 1872 Shanghai
Methods of reform in China and their net results Reid, Gilbert, 1857-1927 1903 Shanghai
The new regime in China Asakawa, K. [1910?]
Notices of China Serra, Padre 1831 London
The office of district magistrate in China Brenan, Byron, 1847-1927 1899 [Shanghai]
The office of District Magistrate in China Brenan, Byron 1899 Shanghai
A plea for fair play and the recognition of the Chinese Republic Seaman, Louis Livingston, Major 1913
The principles of Chinese law and equity Parker, Edward Harper, 1849-1926 [1909] [Shanghai]
Provincial taxation 1902 Shanghai
Quarterly register of current history 1891
Recollections of a Chinese official: with some sidelights on recent history 1903 Shanghai
Remarkable progress of the anti-footbinding movement Little, A.
Responsibility among the Chinese Cady, C.M. January 1896
The salt administration of Ssuch'uan Rosthorn, Arthur von, 1862-1945 [1895]
Some aspects of China's constitutional problem Quigley, Harold Scott 1924 New York
Suggested reforms for China Taw Sein Ko, 1864-1930 1898 Woking
Traces of international law in ancient China: condensed outline of a paper read before the Congress of Orientalists in Berlin, 13 September 1881 Martin, William Alexander Parsons, 1827-1916 [1882] [Berlin]
The West Coast Magazine West, Ozmun; Foo Pan Key August 1911 Los Angeles
Why there are two governments in China [1921?] New York