London County Council Asylum.—The report of this body rapidly increases in size, and we may say value. Everywhere is apparent a desire to carry out the great trust committed to the Council in a careful and whole-hearted manner. As time goes on, the immense bulk of statistical information now gathered together and co-ordinated cannot fail to have a weight which could never attach to the figures of any individual asylum, or group of asylums, drawing their population from heterogeneous resources. The administrator will find plentiful material to help him in building, equipping, and managing a new institution.
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