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January 5, 1884

FROM WASHINGTON.

JAMA. 1884;II(1):23. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390260039011

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Abstract

The following bills of interest to medical men had been introduced in Congress previous to its recess for the holidays:

Senate Bill 403. Provides for the erection of a brick and metal fire-proof building to be used for the safe keeping of the records, library and museum of the Surgeon-General's office of the United States Army, to be constructed upon the government reservation in the City of Washington, in the vicinity of the National Museum and the Smithsonian Institution, on a site to be selected by a commission composed of the architect of the Capitol, the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, and the officer in charge of the State, War and Navy Department building, and in accordance with plans and specifications submitted by the Surgeon-General of the Army and approved by said commission, the cost of the building, when completed, not to exceed the sum of $200,000, the building to

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