A case of chronic haemolytic icterus has been reported. This is, as far as we can ascertain, the first case to be reported in an African native. Full haematological data has been presented and an attempt has also been made to demonstrate auto and hetero-agglutinins and lysins.
Thirty cases of fracture of the frontal air sinuses are descriptionbed, of whom 28 were compound so far as the scalp was concerned. Dural laceration was observed in ten cases, and in five instances cerebral laceration had occurred.
Careful study of efforts in various countries to eliminate schistosomiasis leads to the conclusion that the best results are obtained by skilful use of the potassium and lithium salts of antimony for the eradication of the adult parasites in man, complete cure of all carriers of infection, avoidance of the pollution of river banks with human excreta containing ova, and, where necessary, the addition of lime to these banks.