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B^LCTERIOLOGIC EXAMINATION OF WATER. 173 the filter, the benefit is not permanent. The filters must frequently be renewed. Porcelain filters seem to be the only positive safeguard, and even these, the best of which seems to be the Pasteur-Chamberland, allow the bacteria to pass through if used too long without renewal or with- out firing.