For the first time in seven years, New York City's health authorities,
intent on stamping out house flies, last week took a census of all the
horses within their province. The total counted was 22,156, as compared
with 50,053 in 1924. In the total, however, were included 1,729
saddle-horses, an increase of 25% in the past two years.
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