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Appropriations for French Universities
The minister of public instruction has introduced in parliament a bill covering an appropriation of 12,126,000 francs for the benefit of the universities, to be used in the construction of new buildings, for repairs to old buildings, and for the installing of scientific equipment. This demand for an appropriation is in connection with work which has already been begun but which was interrupted by the war. The institutions mainly concerned are the Universities of Paris, Nancy, Grenoble, Lille and Poitiers. The sum designated for the University of Paris exceeds 10,000,000 francs. The minister of public instruction also demands 900,000 francs in order to complete the construction work at the Institute of Applied Chemistry; 5,243,000 francs for the extension of the work of the departments of chemistry; 800,000 francs for the enlargement of the Radium Institute, and 1,500,000 francs for the construction of a laboratory of physical
PARIS LETTER. JAMA. 1919;73(20):1539–1540. doi:10.1001/jama.1919.02610460057021
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