Journal of the New England Water Works Association, Volume 29

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New England Water Works Association., 1915 - Water-supply
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Page 120 - Auld Nature swears, the lovely dears Her noblest work she classes, O : Her 'prentice han' she try'd on man, An
Page 29 - The basis of calculation is the "fair value of the property " used for the convenience of the public.
Page 124 - Steinwedell the Secretary was instructed to cast the ballot of the Association in favor of electing to membership the gentlemen recommended by the committee.
Page 74 - Section 3. Meters shall receive the necessary care and maintenance to secure proper efficiency and shall be tested or replaced by the city, town, district or water company whenever there is reason to believe that the records furnished by them are inaccurate, or whenever the service furnished is in other respects inefficient. Cities, towns, districts and corporations may make...
Page 74 - Section three of chapter five hundred and twenty-four of the acts of the year nineteen hundred and seven is hereby amended by striking out the last sentence and inserting in place thereof the following: — It shall be the duty of the metropolitan water and sewerage board to supervise and promote the enforcement of the provisions of this act, and if any city, town, district or corporation violates or neglects in any respect to comply with the provisions hereof, said...
Page 570 - That said plans are just and equitable to the other municipalities and civil divisions of the State affected thereby and to the inhabitants thereof, particular consideration being given to their present and future necessities for sources of water supply.
Page 74 - Suffolk in the name of the commonwealth, or may be recovered by an information in equity in the name of the attorney-general, at the relation of the tax commissioner, brought in the supreme judicial court in the county of Suffolk.
Page 73 - ... meters five per cent of the water services which were unmetered on December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and seven ; and shall also thereafter charge each consumer in proportion to the amount of water used: provided, that no city, town or district shall, in any one year, contract for more than the number of meters to be installed by it during that year under the provisions of this act; and provided, also, that a minimum rate may be fixed for which the consumer shall be entitled to a stated...
Page 139 - On motion the Secretary was directed to cast the ballot of the Association electing these gentlemen as members of the Association.
Page 73 - Meters shall receive the necessary care and maintenance to secure proper efficiency and shall be tested or replaced by the city, town, district or water company whenever there is reason to believe that the records furnished by them are inaccurate, or whenever the service furnished is in other respects inefficient. Cities, towns, districts and corporations may make rules and regulations relative to the care, maintenance and protection of meters, and for properly ascertaining and recording the amount...

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