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November 14, 1896

Water and Water Supplies.

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By John C. Thresh. London: Rebman Publishing Co.; W. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, and W. T. Keener, Chicago, Agents. Price $2.25 net.

JAMA. 1896;XXVII(20):1073. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430980045019

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Abstract

In this day, when the question of water supplies is interesting health officers everywhere and the public generally, this book will be peculiarly timely and interesting. Its scope includes discussion of water, its composition, properties, rain and rain water, surface water, subsoil water, natural spring water, deep well water, river water, quality of drinking water, waters, impure water and its effect upon the health, the interpretation of water analyses, the pollution of drinking water, the self purification of rivers, purification of water on a large scale, domestic purification, the softening of hard water, quantity of water required for domestic and other purposes, selection of sources of water supply, wells and their construction, pumps and pumping machinery, the storage of water, the distribution of water, the law relating to water supplies, rural and village water supplies, with an appendix.

The book will be found interesting and it is adapted to both

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