Men Must Appear in Uniform
The following order has been issued by the New York department:
Headquarters, Fire Department, City of New York.
New York, September 24, 1910.
Special Order, No. 172:
I. Members of the uniformed force when visiting headquarters shall appear in uniform.
II. Pursuant to tie provisions of Section 15.1, Rules and Regulations, 1912, Fireman (1st grade) Francis A. Ross, Engine Co. 205, is hereby fined one dollar for loss of book of Rules and Regulations.
III. Special leave of absence is hereby granted to Ununiformed Fireman James P. Hughes, of Engine Co. 239, for 16 days, from 9 a.m., September 9, 1919.
IV. Transfer, to take effect at 9 a.m., September 25, 1919: Firemen (1st grade) James O’Neill, Engine 87, to Engine 36; Charles Laxar. Engine 36, to Engine 87; Andrew B. George, Engine 91, to Engine 36. Fireman (3rd grade) Joseph Kinch, Engine 36, to Engine 91. Ununiformed Fireman James P. Hughes, Engine 239. to Engine 226.
By Order of the Fire Commissioner. JOHN KENLON, Chief of Department.