Items of Interest

Judge Cox of the United States Supreme Court has handed down a decision to the effect that an American citizen does not forfeit his citizenship by residing abroad. This overrules the decision of the Secretary of the Treasury that after an American citizen had lived abroad five years his abode could no longer be termed a temporary residence.

Plans for the new union depot at Washington have been received at the Capitol. The station is to be one of the finest in the world. It will be built of white marble, will have a frontage of over seven hundred feet, and will cost $5,000,000. Part of the cost of construction is to be borne by the United States.

The assistant treasurer of the United States at San Francisco has about 32,000,000 standard silver dollars in the vaults of the sub-treasury. He is no longer able to exchange silver certificates for silver dollars because he has no room to store the coin.

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A Medical Consultation
March 27, 1902

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