Issue 9 and Volume 65.

METERAGE Neenah, Wis., plans to install a meter at the city water works, in order to keep an accurate register of the daily pumpage. Dover, N. J., has decided to install meters to the number of 50 and has ordered them from the Hersey Manufacturing Company. The water department of Sturgis, Mich., of which J. S. Flanders is superintendent, plans to install about fifty meters this year. The water department of Topeka, Kan., of which Jesse Shaw is superintendent, will install a number of meters this year for which the contract has already been given. City Manager Hall, of Jackson, Mich., has recommended that 1,200 meters now in service should be replaced by new ones, as they are so worn that they fail to register accurately. The council of Woodbury, Pa., has again taken up the project of installing water meters, as it is found to be necessary, either to…

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