Two oils, reported to have been distilled from Pinus Laricio, Poir. (Ger. Schwarzkiefer), that had been sent to the firm of Schimmel & Co.1) possessed the following properties: a) d15o0,8646; aD +8°17'; E.V. 2,9 = 1,0 p.c. bornyl acetate; soluble in 8 to 9 vols, or more of 90 p.c. alcohol.

b) d15o.0,8701; aD +3°29'; E.V. 9,8 = 3,4 p.c. bornyl acetate; soluble in 8 vols, of 90 p.c. alcohol.

Both oils were colorless and possessed a pleasant balsamic odor.