India. Cases are occasionally reported, chiefly from institutions with laboratory facilities. .One series of 13 cases was gathered by the late Lieut.-Colonel H. S. Raj an, i.m.s., at Lahore in 1930 (unpublished communication). The agglutination title against the J^rucella, vielitensis varied from 500 to 3,000. Treatment of these cases and other cases reported till then was essentially symptomatic and unsatisfactory. The position as regards treatment is unchanged to this day and is still unsatisfactory in that specific therapy is not available.