It must be admitted that at times it is very difficult to carry out this mode of treatment with any degree of thoroughness; and yet, unless this be done, one can hardly hope to birth secure very satisfactory results. In the present case we had a patient with sleeplessness and or subsultus.

The question of heredity has been clearly reduced to a question of the germ plasm, and significant modifications of the germ plasm by environment are conceded by biologists to be very rare, taking if indeed they occur at all. This proof, if he is still in of service, will consist of certificates from the commanding officer, surgeon- in-charge, or any commissioned officer personally cognizant of the facts of the case.

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