January Fire Losses Are Lower

Issue 3 and Volume 87.

January Fire Losses Are Lower Fire losses in the United States for January were 21.22 per cent lower than the figures for the month of January, 1933, according to totals reported by the National Board of Fire Underwriters. The January, 1934, losses are $28,002,583 or a decrease of $7,544,982 over the figures given for the previous January. A 600-gallon pumper has been placed in service at Madison, Wis. It replaces one that has been in use since 1915.

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