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Sinclair answered by reciting a
case glen In n well-known work on
liuenntl), which was slmllnr In moat
or the prominent features.
MiiKoon uskeil on wliat lie liaseil
Ills conclusion that Atcherlcy was In
sane ami should be committed.
"I bolloe," answered Blnclalr" so
because lie In Ills cxamtnatlon Kfto
scented by Dr. Wnswi, would It
then have been an clement of In
sanity?" asked Mngoun.
"It mlglit be, or It might not," said
Magoon asked If It ucic not an ev
idence of liostllllj when the lUurd
of Health, ot which Wujxoii was the
only medical member, hnd required
thnt Atcherlcy make known his rem-
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"Watcli for particulars
a hlston of having been persecuted cdy before ho was allowed to trc.it
hi l)r Wason. that this persecution. tho Kalllil station patients,
hud extended for many ears. Fur
thermore, there was a distinct wnn
diring of the ethical sense, which Is
a valuable sjmptum I asked why J asked Magoon.
I do not," itnswcrtd Sinclair.
Then JOU think I)r Atchcrle)
should hnvo given nwa his secret'"
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he had done this act, and he said
that I)r Wn)son had stolen his rem
edy for lepras) I also think that
the fact that he thinks he has dlscov
cicil a remedy for leprosy Is a snip
tint of paranoia, in line with that ot
other cases, who !mo Imagined that
they had discovered perpetual motion
nnd the like. I asked him why ho
had done It, ccn it Dr. Vnson had
stolen hU remedy, and ho answered
that a remed) for leprosy was not dls
cm ered cery dnj, showing again
that ho placed an undtio weight on
his discover), more than a sanu man
l)r Sinclair went on to say
that I)r Atcherley was In thu
bnblt of taking cocaine, and other
drugs, and this was one of the things
which led to paranoia, rurthcrmoro
Atchcrlcy's hallucinations about
oIicb from the sewer, etc., were nil
In line with the conclusion the wit
ness reached .Atcherlcy had been
.cr rcstltss during the examination
hut had spoken intelligently and log-
ktill. Bhowing thnt his act was not
one of Biiddcn Impulse.
' Tor how long a time hnR Dr.
Atcherlej, In your opinion, been suf'
fcrlng from paranoia?" asked Ma
I believe about a month, since ho
heard theso olces. llojomt that I
make no stntement."
Mngoon asked Sinclair what wero
the facts which 11 rut led him to he-
lleo that Dr. Atcherley was IiiBnne.
The Idea he had of persecution,
the Idea ho possessed that Will son
had stolen his remedy, on grounds
ntlrelj Inadequate, for such conclu
sion; on his abnormal ethical sense;
on his general manner, nnd the fact
that he was addicted to cocaine and
iiiorphtuo or opium," answered Sin
clair. .Magoon Hnd ou formed this
conclusion before ou knew theso
Sinclair I was strongly Inclined
to believe he was Insane.
Mngoon Do )ou know how much
cocaine Dr. Atcherley took?
Sinclair Dr. I'merson told mo two
or three grains. Ho was not cer
tain. Magoon And how much mor
phlno? Sinclair Dr. Emerson said seven
to ten grains. He did not know pos
itively. Magoon I understand that from"
theso imlellnlto statements of Dr. Kill
er son jou formed )om belief that
Dr. Atcherley was a paranoiac?
Sinclair It confirmed my belief.
Mngoon If jou found out that
l)r Umcrson's statement thnt Dr.
Atcherlcy took two to tlirco grains
of cocaine was incorrect, nnd that ho
tcok only one-half grain, would 5 oil
still consider Dr. Atcherley a para
noiac? Sinclair You may put It down
that I would.
Magoon And ou would still cou
rtlier him a danger to the commu
nity? Sinclair I would.
Magoon asked Sinclair If ho know
f nu cases slmllai to that of Dr
tclici ley In which the subject had
Sinclair referred to cases cited by
Jroj's woik on Insanity, and produc
ed the book, quoting several cases
which, however, did not satisfy Ma'
tfijem uh being In point Sinclair said
'hat othci books gavo such caBus, and
Mngoon Insisted on their production,
'athenrt objected, and the. Court or
dered thu examination to go on.
Magoon I understand that one ot
our icusoiib wns that Di. Atcherlcy
thought Dr. Wajson was persecuting
Mngoon wanted to know what ho
would think In case Atcherley hud
good leason foi this belief.
Sinclair answered that Atcherlcy
had been unable to give any grounds
Ho mcioly said ho know It further-
uorc, his method of retaliation was
' If thu facts exlBtcd, which thcro
was no dispute, of, which led Dr.
Ucheile.v to bellevo that ho was pci-
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According to the ethics of
medical profession he should "
"Kcn it such a rctnedv wan worth
a great deal of mono) ?
"Most certain!) That Is one ot the
misfortunes ot the inedlc.il profession."
"Do jou know If Dr Vnson has
disclosed his reined) '
I don't enro about Dr Wajson."
Well, jou know be declares he
has discovered a leper cine?"
"I don't know that I dou t think
that ho claims that
"Hut If Dr. WajFon lias n cure,
nnd does not give It out then ho vio
lates the ethic of the profession?"
Magoon went Into various of the
Atcherlcy Kicks at great length. Ho
wanted to know It the Iloird hnd ev
er placed such restrict ions on any
other phjslclans as thct had on Dr
Atcherley, Sinclair said he thought
it did In the enso of Dr Hlce at Hllo
Magoon asked If Dr WajKon'a cure
for leprosy was not similar to that
of Atcherlej'. Sinclair did not think
bo. Mngoon then asked if it wero
not wrong for Wajson to disclose
tho fact that he had treated Atcher
lcy for morphinism. Sinclair said
that that was n matter of common
Mngoon In whnt way do jou
think that Dr. Atcherlej is a menace)
to tho community nnd should be
Sinclair Ilecnueo he has an ab
normal ethical sense I believe thnt
any man who will attempt to shoot
and kill another without more proof
than I could ascertain was possessed
by Atcherlcy in "this case ngntnst
Wnysnn, Is a menace to the commu
At this tlmo Atohrley took charge
of tho cross-examination. He asked
If it wero not possinio mat lie Had a
reason for taking drugs, as, far In
stance, that he might Iiavo an ail
"That makes no difference," nn-
swered Sinclair. "Tho mero fact that
the drugs wero taken was suulcient "
Atcherley went into a medical ex
amination of Sinclair with special
rcfererico to tho sjuijitoms which had
Sinclair mentioned self-exaltation
ns ono of Atcherloy's sjmptoins.
"You claim that jou havo dlscov
eied a cure for leprosj."
"Who told jou?" ;
Atcherlcy went deeply into the
subject of leprosy during which lie
pioduccd his own great lepiosy chart
"I don't care to arguo with Dr
Atcherlej'," said Sinclair, Ilnnllj. "1
believe ho is a paranoiac and Is,
therofoio, not amenable to reason."
Tho Court voiced n disinclination
to pass on tho question of leprosy
cures. Atcherlcy claimed that Sin
clair had claimed thnt his belief was
ono sjmptom of paranoia, and he
thoroforo wanted Slncluli to show
whcio his thcoiles wero lticoriect. "1
will not permit a discussion ot this,"
tald tho Court, Dually. "I don't know
where we would land, llettor sub
mit tho question to a medical con
giess. Sinclair quoted as another sjmp
torn tho fact that Atcherley claimed
WnjMin had stolen his lemcdy and
vviim now using it.
"Then jo i coimcer that not truo?"
"I think jou ttilfcr from u delu
Other sjiiiptomi, tilth if the phan
tom footsteps, sower voices, etc , wero
taken up and discussed.
"I believe that it jou had been
charged criminally for this act," said
Sinclair, finally, "jou would set up a
plea of Insanity. Iho fact that you
now Insist that yci aro sano is one
U tho fncU which contribute to my
Ldlcf that jou uin insane"
"Whnt do you mean bj n morbid
ethical soiiko?" aikid Atcherlej'.
Sinclair exphilucd that It was an
Important tuniptom ot paranoia, In
nnbwcr to fuithcr questions, Sinclair
said that a paianolac might take
some small gilovame, not based on a
hallucination, and enlarge It until ho
believed lie was persecuted, nnd tako
action on such un exaggerated he
ller. "Huvo jou no dislro to provo me
Irsnno?" asked At liorloj.
"Nu, teitulnlj ni " iiiiBweicd Sin
(.lull. "1 think It would dp jou good
to bo confined whno jou could get
medical attention and piopei caiu'
On le-dliect Citluait asked Di
Sinclair what he thought of tho ract
that Atcherlcy had shot, not nt Wnj
win, but ut tho house In which weie
other people, whom he might bu n
likely to Injure,
It was the act of an uiihnlniiccd
mind answered Sim lair.
U.ijsuti asked If It were not po
rllite that Atcherlej ' act might ho
nterlbed to the taking of nil over
dose of cocaine.
Sinclair answered thnt It would
(suite such muscular weakness that
he would hnvo been Ulinblo to vvnlk
oh the street. Ho would get hnllucl
tuitions, which might enuse him to do
an unnatural net, if lie were able to
perform It He did not, think, how
ever, that the hallucination oi co
caine were homicidal.
Magoon wnntcd to know what
would have been the result If Dr
Atcherlej hnd BUddeuly left off tak
ing cocaine. Sinclair answered that
It wouhl produce tncntnl depression,
but not violence, except In nn effoit
to procure the drug, but not as the.
icKiilt of n fancied wrong.
'Dr Atcherlej ' present condition
Is due to whnt?" asked Judge An-
'I believe it Is duo to tho contin
ued use of cocaine," said Slncluli.
This closed the case of the pioso-
(iitlon nnd the defense began, Ma
goon calling Sister Alhcrtlun us the
She had known Dr Atcherley
since he camp to Hawaii about six
teen or seventeen je.us ago, and had
met li t 111 often whin he xlajcd ill
Honolulu She had called ut his
home often during the past jcui and
had observed thnt he treated his fain
llj well, ns well ns strangers. Tho
witness had never seen him exhibit
anger, ill-will, or rudeness. Ho wus
"There are several degrees of the
term gentleman, nre there nut?" ask
I have u very high standard," an
swered Sister Alhcrtlun, slinpl) ' He
comes up to It."
The witness went on to say that
Dr. Atcherley had alwnjs talked rn-
tlonallj, had never been the subject
of any hallucinations, ns far as she
was aware, liven In his talks relat
ing to his treatment of leprosj ho
had been rational. Ho had said that
leprosy was. curable under proper
tieatment, nnd had described hli
On cross-examination Sister Albcr-
tlu.i said that Dr. Atcherlej had he
gun to talk about tho leprosy cure
when Wallach came Atcherlej
claimed his was a certain cure He
hud said that Dr Wajson was trjing
to get his cure. The cure vvhldi
Wajson claimed to have, he said, was
very much like Ills own This wus
at the last visit the witness hndjmld
at the Atcherley hoiiBC
At this point a lei ess was taken
until 1. 15 p. in.
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