1. The results of analyses of lime-sulphur dipwashes, the lime and water used in their preparation, received from various parts of the Union, have been summarized and discussed. The samples referred to were all obtained from actual dippings undertaken by officials in the combation of sheep scab. 2. The preparation of lime-sulphur solutions and factors influencing its composition are detailed. 3. The effects of the processes involved in the actual dipping on the dipwash itself have been studied. 4. Additional evidence that considerable changes occur in the tankwash as a result of clipping have been obtained. 5. Factors producing these changes have been touched upon.
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