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Illegible Inked Prints

Double Loop

Photographs

Powdering And Lifting Latent Impressions

Water-soaked Fingers

The Use Of The Fingerprint Camera

The Plain Whorl

The Loop

Record Of Additional Arrest

X-ray Photography


Fingerprinting Equipment





For the purpose of taking fingerprints there should be a stand with a
clamp for holding the fingerprint cards steady. This latter item is
necessary to prevent smudging the prints. A tube of printer's ink is
used. The ink is applied by a roller to a glass plate upon which the
fingers are inked before being rolled on the cards. The complete
equipment for the above process may be secured from a number of
commercial sources or it can be made. Figure 408 depicts an inking
stand.





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