Achievements of State Fire Marshals

Achievements of State Fire Marshals

Those states which are not fortunate enough to have a state fire marshal among their officials—of which number New York is, sad to say, an example —may well profit by reading the splendid series of reports which are published in this issue from these officials in various states. Their fine co-operation with chiefs of fire departments, their prosecution of the firebug, their work in the standardization of hose couplings, their help in the reduction of fire hazards in the cities, all illustrate the necessity for the creation of this office in states which do not possess it.

The chiefs’ and firemen’s associations, heads of the fire departments and all organizations and clubs interested in Fire Prevention should keep everlastingly at it until their legislators move to create this office.

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