New York Fire Service

Issue 23 and Volume 56.

New York Fire Service A syndicate, which now operates an importing business, stands ready to furnish otiehalf of the capital necessary to relieve some of the difficulties of moving picture men by providing a building in which the film manufacturers may be amply protected from fire risk, together with atr exhibition hall so arranged that a large number of films may be shown at once. The situation now faced by the film men is a difficult one, regarding them becoming more strict. No insurance company, it is said, will write out policies for films on account of their highly combustible nature. The safe deposit companies are also refusing to place the extensive films in their vaults for similar reasons. The result is that films costing many thousands of dollars must be cared for personally and, in many cases, to the danger of unsuspecting hotel guests. The Court of Appeals, the…

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