The Law School registration figures have just been completed and show a great increase over those of last year. There are in all 644 students, and of these 273 entered this year. There are 82 colleges represented in the School and 32 of these have sent three or more graduates. The number of men from Yale is as usual large; this year there are 73, an increase of three over last year.
Two new extra courses have been organized. One is the Civil Law of Spain and the Spanish Colonies, which is to be given by Professor Strobel; and the other is Administrative Law, by Dr. Wyman. Owing to the retirement of Professor Langdell, who now becomes professor emeritus, Equlity II has been omitted.
This year the library, lecture rooms, and hall ways have been completely fitted out with electric lights, in place of gas, which was entirely last year.