Issue 20 and Volume 63.

METERAGE Residents of Woodbury, N. J., have made applications for the installation of meters in their homes. The city commission of Salt Lake City, Utah, has passed an amendment eliminating the provision of the city water ordinance requiring compulsory metering of new premises. The city council of Coatesville, Pa., has decided that all hotels, large clubs and railway stations are to be metered. This change will not increase the amounts now paid as flat rate if an economical use is made of water. The Batavia, N. Y., city council has decided upon the Lambert and the Nash types of meter for installation by the city. These meters will be purchased in lots of 100 at a time. It is estimated that about 1,000 meters will be needed. Details as to the time of installation, supervision of the work, etc., will be worked out by the council. At Kenosha, Wis., in…

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