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Official papers, court decisions, briefs, tables, communications, prepared
statements, etc.—Continued.

Page
Bills, brief of Mr. Adolph Kanneberg on..

123
Buck, Hon. Frank H., letter.

294
Camp Fire Club of America, letter..

303
Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce, committee on stream pollution.. 192
Cincinnati Enquirer's platform for Cincinnati---

205

Cincinnati pool, summary of Ohio River sewage pollution, with refer-

ence to..

Cincinnati, summary of Ohio River sewage pollution with reference to

the pool at --

40

Coal mines, sealing of...

154

Colorado division of health..

171

Compact, suggested form of, for Ohio Valley States-

235

Congress, power of to enact pollution legislation.

88, 93, 127

Connecticut State Water Commission letter..

301

Conover, Mr. Julian D., statement.-

295

Constitutionality of pollution legislation.-

88, 93, 127, 129,

Court decisions..

198, 199, 263

Court decisions in regard to power of Congress to enact pollution

legislation.-

88, 93, 127, 128

Dayton (Ky.) Business and Civic Association, letter-

119
Dallas (Tex.) superintendent of water works, letter-

186
Delaware State board of health, letter...

172
District of Columbia Health Department, letter.

173
Differences between fishery protection and health protection, excerpt
from a monograph on stream pollution by Dr. Ellis.-

265

Ellis, Dr., University of Missouri, excerpts from a monograph by- 265

El Paso-Hudspeth County Health United, Texas, letter-

186

Emery, Mr. James A., letter.

296

Engineering News-Record, editorial.

204

England, summary of the report of the Water Pollution Research
Board for 1936.

294

Evansville, Ind., Chamber of Commerce, letter.

120

Ewing, Judge Ben F., letter, Louisville, Ky-

177

Feber, Alfred L., letter and brief..

209

Federal and State participation in water-pollution control.

49

Federal relationship to water-pollution control.-

46

Fisheries Bureau, memorandum.

269

Fisheries of the United States, catch of 1934.

272

Fishery protection and health protection..

265

Fitzpatrick, Andrew, letter..

303

Florida State board of health, letter and resolution..

173

Fort Worth, Tex., water and sewage-purification bureau, letter--

187

General Health Council of Allegheny County, Pa., communications,

letter.

114

Great Lakes Board of Engineers, resolutions-

203

Great Miami Valley Taxpayers' Association..

115

Greenup (Ky.) Chamber of Commerce, letter.

302

Hartung, Dr. Walter H., letter.

225

Health Conservation Association of Kansas City, letter..

115

Health officers, resolution of the State and territorial conference of 288

Hibbs, A. S., superintendent, Cincinnati water works, statement. 247

Higgins, Elmer, Bureau of Fisheries, memorandum filed by -

269

Humble Oil & Refining Co., letter.

304

Hutchins, Harry Walter, telegram.

207

Idaho department of public welfare, letter.

174

Illinois ry water board, letter..

174

Independent Petroleum Association of America, statement for.

260

Indiana State board of health, letter--

175

Iowa State department of health, letter..

175

Industry, cooperation of ---

232

Izaak Walton League of America, statement for..

301

Jefferson County, Ky., court, letter---

177

Official papers, court decisions, brief, tables, communications, prepared
statements, etc.- Continued.

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Kanneberg, Adolph, brief.

123
Kentucky State Medical Association, letter..

115
Klassen, C. W., letter----

202
Ladner, Grover C., memorandum by, of authorities relating to power
of Congress to enact pollution legislation.-

88, 93
Laws and regulations by States affecting pollution of waters.

315
Laws, power of Congress to enact pollution legislation --

88, 93
Lonergan bill, comments on by committee on national water policy of
the American Water Works Association....

197
Lonergan, Hon. Augustine, speech of on stream-pollution control in
the United States...

80

Louisiana department of health, letter.

177

Louisville, Ky., executive department, letter.

177

Ludlow (Ky.) Business Men's Association, letter

115

McFarland, Mr. S., letter.

301

Manufacturing Chemists' Association of the United States, statement

for..

297

Maryland Department of Health, letter.

178
Mason County, Ky., Health Department, letter-

177
Massachusetts Commonwealth Department of Public Health, letter.. 178
Miller, Mayor Neville, Louisville, Ky., letter-

177
Mills, Dr. Clarence A., excerpts from paper by-

205
Mines in West Virginia, letter.

166
Minnesota Department of Health, letters.-

178, 179
Mississippi Valley Association, proposed amendment

281
Missouri State Board of Health, letter--

181
National Association of Manufacturers, statement for.

296
National Resources Committee, second report on water pollution.. 305
National water policy committee of the American Water Works Asso-
ciation, comments on legislation.-

197

New Mexico Department of Public Welfare, letter.

167

Newport, Ky., Chamber of Commerce.

120

New York-New Jersey Interstate Sanitary Commission, letter.

304

New York State Department of Health, letter.-

182

Norfolk chapter, Izaak Walton League of America, letter-

254

Norfolk Association of Commerce, resolution and letter.

254, 302

O'Flaharty, Dr. Fred, statement..

240

Ohio Chamber of Commerce, communications from.

113, 114

Ohio River:

Effect of increased low-water flow on pollution in the Cincinnati-

Louisville section of

52

General conclusions as to the effect of increased low-water flows
resulting from flood control..

51

Its future as water-supply source-

34

Pollution of..

104

Pollution with reference to the Cincinnati pool..

40

Résumé of water pollution as it affects public water supplies on

the.

44

Summary of sewage pollution with reference to the Cincinnati

pool.

40

Water at Ashland, Ky., B. coli index of_

210
Waterworks intakes, percentage contribution of the up-stream
population groups.

38

Ohio River Valley, communities on, where additional sewage plants are

needed..

104

Ohio State Medical Association.

119

Ohio Valley Improvement Association.

116

Ohio Valley treaty conference..

234

Ohio Valley water-sanitation compact, suggested form of

235

Oklahoma department of public health, letter..

183

Pennsylvania Commonwealth department of state, letter -

184

Pfeifer bill, excerpts from..-

284

47

Official papers, court decisions, briefs, tables, communications, prepared

statements, etc.—Continued.

Pollution:

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As it affects public-water supplies on the Ohio River---

44

Conditions:

Cincinnati metropolitan area.

37

Ohio River drainage area..

33

United States ---

30

What can be done about stream pollution? -

32

Control:

Federal and State participation in water--

49

Federal relationship to---

46

Sewage-treatment, methods for.

42

Effect of increased low-water flow on, in the Cincinnati-Louisville
section of the Ohio River...

52

General conclusions as to the effect of increased low-water flows

resulting from flood control on existing pollution in the Ohio

River.

51

Investigations regarding, conducted by the Public Health Service- 47

Ohio River Valley communities where additional sewage plants

are needed.---

104

Power of Congress to pass laws relating to.

88, 93
Questions and answers relating to---

213
Safeguarding against-
Summary of Ohio River sewage pollution with reference to the
Cincinnati pool.

40

Surveys.

39

Potomac River Basin, experimental unit for pollution abatement,

summary of costs..

314

Public Health Federation, Cincinnati, letter-

117.

Public Health Service, investigations conducted by -

Pugh, Jordan A., III, letter---

116

Purification, pressure for, editorial..

205

Recreational value of pollution control..

155

Rhode Island State and Providence Plantations Department of

Health, letter.

184

Riggin, Dr. I. C., prepared statement.

148

Robertson, Hon. A. Willis, letter-

293

San Antonio, Tex., executive department, letter-

187

Scott, J. B., letter..

300

Sewage-treatment methods for stream-pollution control..

42

Sewage-treatment construction, Federal financial assistance to.

314

Sewage treatment in cities of 100,000 population and over.

188

Sewerage treatment in the United States, progress in..

313

Sewage-treatment plants, progress of construction of in Ohio---

226

Sewerage in the United States, progress in, statistics -

313

Sheehan, F. E., letter.

208

South Dakota State Board of Health, letter.

184

Southwestern Ohio Sportsman Club, letter-

262

State and Provincial Health Authorities of North America, conference

of...

179

State and Territorial Health Officers, resolution of the conference of.. 288

State laws and regulations affecting pollution of waters, summary of.. 315

Statutes and regulations by States affecting pollution of waters.-

315

Stevens & Thompson Paper Co., letter..

116

Stream-pollution conditions:

In the United States..

30

In the Ohio River drainage basin..

33

In the Cincinnati metropolitan area.

37
Streeter, H. W.:

Excerpt from article by, on Tendencies in Standards of River
and Lake Cleanliness-

31
Excerpt from a paper by, entitled The Ohio River—Its Future
as a Water Supply Source..

34

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