During the War the Fifth Edition was reprinted five times. Now that the War is over one is tempted to reconstruct, to enlarge the scope of this work. But many reasons have decided me to refrain. "Landmarks and Surface Markings" was first published in 1904. It has met the demand, criticisms have been most kindly, and the sales continue to increase. In view of these facts, and in further consideration of the great increase in cost of production, I decided to leave the work as it is, in the anticipation that it will continue to meet with the approval of all those who are interested in the surface markings of the human body.
L. Bathe Rawling.