By loading various vitamins to the bone-marrow tissue culture of normal rabbits the author observed systematically the influences of these vitamins on the cell growth and on the cell function of the leucocyte series, especially on the motility of pseudoeosinophils, and obtained the following results. 1. In vitamin B(1), cocarboxylase, vitamin B(2), and vitamin K there can be found no direct action as to increase the number of cells in the bone marrow leucocyte series. 2. Vitamin B(12) and folic acid have been found to possess a power markedly to increase the number of the leucocyte series in bone marrow. 3. Vitamin C has a moderate power, while FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide), vitamin B(6), nicotinic acid, and nicotinamide in an adequate concentration only have the power directly increasing the number of the leucocyte series. 4. Vitamins B(1), B(6), and C as well as folic acid have been found to act as to accelerate the wandering velocity of pseudoeosinophils.