A simple technic is outlined by which about 150 dried blood stains were correctly grouped, including 28 unknown stains, identified only by number, sent the authors by Dr. Wiener. It is thought that this method, in the hands of experienced and competent operators, will give 100 per cent correct results. The limitations and sources of error are discussed.
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