New Building for Yale
The work on the new Yale Medical School building is progressing rapidly and it is expected that the building will be completed before commencement. It is a plain three-story brick structure, forty by seventy feet in dimension. The building will be devoted to the department of chemistry and physiology and will nearly double the capacity of the school. On the first floor are two working laboratories in chemistry, one being devoted to general chemistry and the other to medical chemistry. The first floor also contains students' working laboratories and stock-rooms. The second floor is given up to lecture rooms in chemistry, with a laboratory of sanitary chemistry, and a private laboratory for the use of the professor. The third floor contains a lecture room in physiology, a general working laboratory, a library room, and several private room for the professors. Each of the lecture rooms has two smaller rooms attached for apparatus and preparation for lectures. The building will be ready for the use of classes next fall.