Report of Committee on Fire Apparatus Houses

Issue 25 and Volume 68.

Report of Committee on Fire Apparatus Houses This Important Subject Treated Exhaustively by I. A. F. E. Committee—Conclusion of Report by Committee on Inspection by Members of Fire Departments (Note—Conclusion of Report on Building Inspection by Uniformed Members of Fire Departments, by Captain J. J. Conway, chairman. Continued from page 1207.) To receive full value from the inspection work it is necessary that thorough and complete notes be taken by the inspector during his visit. Various forms are in use throughout the country; probably the most convenient and universally adopted is that submitted in the report of the committee on Fire Prevention in 1915 and printed on page 196 of the Proceedings of this association for that year. In addition to filling out any specific blanks to record inspections, the fireman should carry a note book in which he should . set down various items of interest which may arise…

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