Game Book.-The keeper's game-book should be kept correctly, regularly, and methodically. Details of the day's sport should be filled in every evening, and on no account left over till the following day. The facts entered should include the number of guns, the details of the bag, the number of hours the guns were shooting, the state of the weather, the part of the ground shot over, and any particular and interesting circumstances relating to the day's sport that may have appealed to the keeper. It is as well also that notes be kept referring to the points of interest connected with the breeding season. Careful memoranda as to the stock of birds left on the ground after the shooting season is over will no doubt be afterwards found of considerable value.