The first-floor plan for a city-club building is shown in Fig. 104. There is but little plumbing work required on this floor; a main toilet room, the work necessary to fit up a bar in the barroom and, possibly, a drinking-fountain are all that will usually be required. In case there are bowling alleys in the basement shower baths might likewise be located adjoining a dressing room on this floor, although they may equally well be placed on the floor below, convenient to the alleys, so that members can have a shower after playing.

The second-floor plan of the building is shown in Fig. 105. A good provision in a building of this kind is to fit up a toilet room for women on this floor in addition to the one for men. This is not necessary if women are always to be excluded from the building, but there are but few clubs in which there are not occasional ladies' days, when the doors are thrown open to the wives, daughters and acquaintances of the members, and some provision should be made for such occasions.

First Floor of Club Building Fig. 104 California Club, John Parkinson, Architect

First Floor of Club Building Fig. 104 California Club, John Parkinson, Architect

SECOND Floor of Club Building Fig. 105 California Club, John Parkinson. Architect

SECOND Floor of Club Building Fig. 105 California Club, John Parkinson. Architect

If the dining-rooms are to be situated on this floor a kitchen sink with drip board will be found very convenient in the serving-room. Slop sinks will likewise be found serviceable on all floors of the building.

In Fig. 106 is shown the third floor of the building. On account of the kitchen being located on this floor the plumbing work here amounts to a considerable item. In addition to the plumbing work required in a fully equipped kitchen of this character there is a general toilet room on this floor and a servants' room for the use of the help.

The dormitory floors of the building are shown in Fig. 107, which illustrates the fourth and fifth-floor plans of the building. On these two floors are installed the greatest number of plumbing fixtures in the building.

Each sleeping room, as may be seen by the illustration, has a bath room adjoining. In addition to the usual hot and cold water, ice water may be served here through pipes, the same as in hotel buildings, and besides the regular plumbing installation fire lines will be found advisable in club buildings.

Third Floor op Club Building Fig. 106 California Club, John Parkinson, Architect

Third Floor op Club Building Fig. 106 California Club, John Parkinson, Architect