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Waste of water in New York and its reduction by meters and inspection
Commerce and Industry Association of New York. Committee on water-supply.
|Statement||a report by James H. Fuertes, C. E., to the Committee on water-supply of the Merchants" Association of New York; also a Digest of laws governing the use of water-meters in New York, by Alfred L. Marilley, and a Summary of present conditions relating to the water-supply of New York, by J. Hampden Dougherty ...|
|Contributions||Fuertes, James H. 1863-1932., Marilley, Alfred I., Dougherty, J. Hampden 1849-1918.|
|LC Classifications||TD225.N5 C64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 3-272 p.|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||06028441|
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Waste of water in New York and its reduction by meters and inspection; by Commerce and Industry Association of New York. Committee on Water-Supply; Fuertes, James H.
(James Hillhouse), ; Marilley, Alfred I; Dougherty, J. Hampden (John Hampden), Commerce and Industry Association of New York. Committee on water-supply. Title: Waste of water in New York and its reduction by meters and inspection; a report by James.
Fuertes, C. E., to the Committee on water-supply of the Merchants' association of New York; Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library Availability.
Waste of water in New York and its reduction by meters and inspection; By Commerce and Industry Association of New York.
Committee on water-supply., Waste of water in New York and its reduction by meters and inspection: a report. [James H Fuertes; Alfred I Marilley; J Hampden Dougherty; Commerce and Industry Association of New York.
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