Issue 9 and Volume 59.

METERAGE During 1915, the Belvidere, Ill., department installed 424 meters, making 1,777 now in service in the city. It is estimated that 3,000 new water meters will be needed by the Flint, Mich., department during the year. The Board of Water Commissioners of Dover, N. J., at a recent meeting, decided to purchase 50 new water meters. W. S. Frederick of the Board of Trade, Middlesex Borough, N. J., is in favor of pushing the installation of meters. The Council of Columbus, Ind., is considering an ordinance providing that the city own and install all the water meters in the city and fix the rates. A local paper of Jamestown, N. Y., says the Water Commissioners have decided to complete setting meters on all taps in this city and the adjoining villages of Falconer and Celoron. A report from Steubenville, O., states that the Pittsburgh Meter Company has been awarded…

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