for the establishment of a laboratory has just passed, and an expenditure of £60,000 on building and site and £9,000 a year has been authorized.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ON THE REICHSANSTALT.
|Site-the Gift of Dr. Siemens||£25,000|
|Cost of Buildings||34,275|
|Fittings and Furniture||2,700|
|Machinery and Instruments||4,100|
|Fittings and Furniture||5,400|
|Machinery and Instruments||23,550|
|Salaries and Wages||£10,300|
|Maintenance of Buildings, Apparatus, etc.||6,350|
Science is not yet regarded as a commercial factor in England. Is there no one who, realizing the importance of the alliance, will come forward with more ample funds to start us on our course with a fair prospect of success? One real friend has recently told us in print that the new institution is on such a microscopic scale that its utility in the present struggle is more than doubtful. Is there no statesman who can grasp the position and see that, with say double the income.