1907 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
DICL JOURTAL] 19d0. 3 BDICAL JOURNALl' E~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.. Parliament, spmcial guests,-and the donorn. The route was lined with spectators. The alumni wore their academic robes. Within a reserved space In front of the building, after a verse of the College song had been pung, Mrs. Davies formally presented Lord Rendel with the deed of glft, and the architect handed a key to Mr. Asquith. The handle was a representation of the College coat-of-arms surmounted by a Welsh harp, and the reverse
more » ... , and the reverse side bore an heraldic shlield. Mr. Asquith then unloeked the door of the main entrance and, accompanied by Lord Rendel and numerous guests, inspected the interior of the structure, and completed the ceremony with the formula, "II have the honour and pleasure of declaring the laboratory open." Luncheon was subsequently served In the New Market Hall. Lord Rendel gave the toast of "Mr. Asquish," whom he described as a statesman, scholar, and a tried friend of Wales.
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