Additional measurements have been made on the surface resistance of tin and indium near 24 000 Mc/sec. The results are in general agreement with those reported previously. The high-frequency resistance appears to be varying with frequency in the superconducting region as the three-halves power rather than the predicted second power. This appears to be the case for both tin and indium. The effect of evaporating a thin indium film over an electroplated film is discussed. Data for the normal state are in general agreement with the Reuter-Sondheimer theory of the anomalous skin effect.