ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NEW ENGLAND WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION
At the annual meeting of the New England Water Works Association, held at Boston, Mass., on Wednesday, January 12, the tellers appointed to canvass the ballot made their report. The officers elected for the current year are as follows: President, William F. Sullivan, Nashua, N. H.; vice-presidents, Caleb M. Savillc, Hartford, Conn.; Carleton E. Davis Philadelphia, Pa.; Samuel E. Killam, Boston, Mass.; D. A. Hefferman, Milton, Mass.; R. S. Lea, Montreal, Canada; W. W. Brush, New York, N. Y. Secretary, Willard Kent. Narragansett Pier. R. 1. Treasurer, Lewis M. Bancroft, Reading, Mass. Editor, Richard K. Hale, Boston. Mass. Advertising agent. George A. King, Taunton, Mass. Additional members of Executive Committee, R. C. P. Coggeshall, New Bedford, Mass.; Robert J. Thomas, Lowell, Mass; F. J. Gifford, Dedham, Mass. Finance Committee, George H. Finneran. Boston, Mass.; D. N. Tower, Cohasset, Mass.; John Mayo, Bridgewater, Mass. Other business at the meeting included reading of the reports by the secretary and treasurer, editor and auditing committee and the annual address of the president. Papers read were “Causes of Explosions of Domestic Boilers.” By William A. Bradford, President, South Shore Master Plumbers, Association, Quincy, Mass. Mr. Bradford illustrated his talk by samples of apparatus, etc. The discussion on this subject was opened by D. A. Hefferman, Superintendent of Water W orks, Milton, Mass., and George Casscl, Water Commissioner, Chelsea, Mass. “Municipal Water Works Financing in Massachusetts as Affected by Recent Legislation.” By Charles W. Sherman, William S. Johnson and Henry A. Symonds.