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49


March, 1888


1856


Michigan


Seitse Postmus


Ladderman ......




Feb , 1900
April, 1900


1878
1872


Holland


Otis Armstrong


(Not confirmed)

Driver

(Not confirmed)




Michigan



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103



FIRE STATION NO. 5.

LOCATION, EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL.

Location— Corner Leonard and Canal streets.
Equipment— One Hose Wagon and one extra
first size Waterous Steam Fire Engine.

NO- 5 ENGINE COMPANY.



Name

Truman M. Smith
Wesley L. White .
Wm. H. Harris...
Jacob C. Weaver .

Oliver From

Chas. Shook

Clarence Harter .
John W. Qulgff . . .
Edward Freeman.



Rank



Captain

Lieutenant

Engineer

Ass*t Engineer .

Driver

Driver

Plpeman

Pipeman

Plpeman



Badge



50
51



54

63



Entered
Service


1


Nov.,


1878


1848


Oct.,


18QB


1872


June,


1888


1847


June,


18M


1806


April.


1871


1850


Dec.


1801


1857


June,


1805


1850


April,


1807


187b


July.


1800


1872



Nativity

Penn.

Michigan

New York

Michigan

Norway

Michigan

New Yorl-

Mldblgan

Michigan



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ANNUAL BBPORT OP THB BOARD OF



FIRE STATION NO. 6.
LOCATION, EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL.

Location — Grandville and Ellsworth avenues.
Equipment — One Hose Wagon and one extra
first size La France Steam Fire Engine.

NO. 6 ENGINE CCMaPANY-



Name

liQkeKerwln

Alex. MiUer ... .
Wm. Youngs... .
Chas. Wheeler...,
ThOB. Donabue . .
Peter Xagelklrk,
Edward Jenniags

JohnKerwln

Edgar DentOD....



Rank



Badge



Entered
Serrloe



Nativity



Captain

Lieutenant

Engineer

Ass't Engineer .

Plpeman

Pipeman

Plpenan

Driver

Driver



56

B7

8

68

60



Oct.. 1880

April, 1881

Oot., 1885

July, 1890

July. 1887

Oct.. 1886
Maroh,1897

Oct., 1884

Sept.. 18M



1850
1863
1850
1882
1854
1801
1871
1866
1887



New York

Michigan

N.J.

Michigan

New York

Michigan

Michigan

New York

Michigan



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FIRE STATION NO. 7.
LOCATION, EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL.

Location — Madison avenue, near Fifth avenue.
Equipment — One Hose Wagon and one second
size Ahrens Steam Fire Engine.

NO. 7 ENGINE COMPANY.



Name


Rank


Badge


Entered
Service


1


NaUvity


Richard Roberts


Captain




Jnne, 1880
May. 1800
Sept., 1878
April, 1800
April. 1804
March. 1800
Doc. 1801
Aug., 1800
cFeb.. 1000


18BS
1800
1847
1886

im

1807
18fl6
1878
1875


New York


Wm. Bpeacer


Lieutenant




New York


George L. Roberts...

Andrew Rose

John Fisher


Engineer




Mass.


As8*t Engineer . .

Pipeman

Plpeaan


00
08
OS

04


New York
Michigan


Oarret J. Sonke


Michigan


Wm. C. Bremer

Amos O. Poe


Driver

Driver


Michigan
Ohio


Nelson W. Hill


Pipeman


Michigan




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ANKUAIi BEPORT OP THB BOABD OF



FIRE STATION NO- 8.
LOCATION, EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL,

Location — Corner JeflFerson and Veto streets.
Equipment — One Hose Wag-on and one second
size La Prance Steam Fire Engine.

NO. 8 ENGINE COMPANY.



Name

O. E. Dunn

Job. Brown

John Sommer. ..
Elmer Johnson .

John Renlhan

Dennis Hayes

John Fltzpatrlck
John Rafferty . . .
Fred Calkins



Rank



Badge



Entered
Service


1


Aug.,


1888


1R61


Oct.,


1890


1869


June,


1888


1856


July.


1801


1871


May,


1884


1856


May.


1802


1866


Jan.,


1895


1871


Jan.,


1897


1872




1900


1872



Nativity



Captain

Lieutenant

Engineer

Ass't Engineer .

Plpeman

Pipeman

Plpeman

Driver

Driver



67

60

9

90

n



Michigan

Michigan

Bohemia

New York

New York

Ireland

Michigan

Michigan

Michigan



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FIRE STATION NO* 9*
LOCATION, EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL.

Location — Corner West Leonard and Quarry
streets.

Equipment — One Hose Wagon.

NO. 9 ENGINE COMPANY.



Name


Rank


Badge


Entered
Service


1


Nativity


Prank Van Steenberg

£<SgarS.Aldrioh

Richard Root


Captain




May, 1881
Oct., 1801
May, 1808
July. 1808
June, 1800


1880
1850
1864
18M
1872


New York


Lieutenant




New York


P1l>enian


10
71
70


Miohifcan

Nether-
lands
Michigan


Jerry Tolsma

FrankA. Beebe ... .


Pipeman

Driver







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ANNUAL BBPOBT OF THB BOABD OF



FIRE STATION NO. JO.

LOCATION, EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL.

Location — Corner Hall and Ionia streets.
Equipment — One Hose Wag-on.

NO- JO ENGINE COMPANY.



Name


Rank


Badge


Sntered
Service


1


Nativity


Geo. Cole

Wtti Blschofl .


Captain

Lileutenant . . .




April, 1891
Marcb, 1897
Mareh. 1897
Oct.. 1803
June, 1897
Sept, 1897


1888
1808
1887
1870
1880
1878


Mlchlfan
Michigan

Holland


James Mathie

Peter De Boer .


Driver

Plpeman


77
U
75
48


Wfn. Mprphy ,


Plpeman . . . . <


Michigan
Michigan


Edgar Grifleth


Plpeman





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POLICE AND FIRE COMMIB8IONBB8. 109



ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

SUPERINTENDENT OF FIRE ALARM.



Grand Rapids, Mich., May 1, 1900.
To the Honorable Board of Police and Fire Com-
missioners:

Gentlemen — I have the honor to present to
you the annual report of the Fire Alarm Telegraph
and Municipal Inspection for the year ending April
30th, 1900.

MUNICIPAL INSPECTION.

We commence the second year of Municipal In-
spection of wiring" with the feeling that its useful-
ness has been fully proven. Only a very small per-
centage of fires have had an electrical origin; and
while fires will always occur from this cause they
will, as old installations are made to conform to our
present stand^irds, become of extreme rarity.

We have, during the past year, issued 1135 per-
mits to do electrical construction; made 2335 in-
spections, including old and new installations
and alterations; issued 452 certificates, covering
4852 incandescent lights, 223 arc lights, 186 motors,
aggregating 613 h. p. and 7 generators, aggregating
166 k. w., for which $505.00 was collected.

Besides the wiring used in the interior of build-
ings, with which we are mostly concerned and which



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110 ANNUAIi BSPORT OF THB BOARD OF

takes the major part of our time, we have been able
to do much to improve the condition of the wiring-
on roofs in the business district. Fixtures have been
erected which raise the wires above the heads of fire-
men and others whose occupations take them to
these locations, in this way removing* to a great ex-
tent the danger of accidental contacts which often
prove fatal.

In reviewing the work of the past year, I wish
to call the attention of your Honorable Body to the
fact that with the rapid improvements which are
being made in both electrical construction and ap-
paratus, that certain modifications in our rules be-
come necessary from time to time to keep pace with
these improvements, and compel the use of those
appliances best suited to insure the safety of life
and property. To this end I submit to you for your
consideration the rules known as '*The National
Electrical Code of 1899" as being-, with a few modi-
fications to suit local conditions, best adapted to the
needs of this department.

UNDERGROUND WORK.

We have made the following changes with our
cables in Monroe street:

We laid a new pipe and placed in service 1200
feet of 20-wire cable to replace the 15- wire okonite
cable.

In Oakes street we drew out 600 feet of 6-wire
lead cable and replaced it with an 8-wire cable.

On East Bridge street we pulled in 270 feet of
15-wire cable to replace 270 feet of okonite cable.

On Ottawa street we drew in 750 feet^f 30-wire



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cable to replace the 25-wire cable between Lyon
street and Crescent avenue.

The underground system is now in first class
condition.

POLE WORK.

There was a larg-e amount of chang-ing wires,
and moving poles to conform to new grade lines and
give room for the Telephone Companies in various
parts of the city, and in connection with this work
we find that while the number of poles in the city
have more than doubled in the last two years, our
' *line troubles' ' have greatly lessened. The Postal
Telegraph Company rebuilt our lead on South
Ottawa and Hilton streets, from -Fulton street to
Third avenue, in first class condition, for the pri-
vilege of using the same for their lines coming into
the city from the south. There are several places
in the city that the Telephone Companies have made
changes in our construction to benefit their busi-
ness. There should be about fifty new poles set
this summer to replace old ones that are in bad con-
dition. Our pole lines would then be in good con-
dition.

The storage battery system, installed two years
ago, is in as good condition as when first installed,
the plates showing very little signs of depreciation.

I wish to recommend that if an engine house is
built the coming year in the east end of the city,
that the Fire Department call line be made a copper
metalic circuit. The present line is a grounded iron
line that has been extended from time to time from
the beginning of the Department, and it is very



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112 ANNUAL RBPORT OF THB BOARD OF

difEcult at times to locate defects on the line until
some portion of it is out of service.

Attached is an inventory of the property of this
Department.

In conclusion, I wish to again thank the Honor-
orable Board for the considerate manner I have been
treated during the year.

Respectfully submitted,

M. G. Canfield,
Supt.



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rOLIOB AMD FIBB OOM MISSION EBS. 113



STREETS OCCUPIED

BY

FIRE DEPARTMENT POLES, AND THE NUMBER
OF POLES IN EACH STREET.



Butterworth avenue 19

Straigfht street 14

Marion street 20

Veto street 8

Court street 4

Fulton street 9

Mt. Vernon street 6

Watson street 22

Jefferson street ' 32

Jackson street 23

West Bridge street 4

First street 1

Pine street 14

Alley from Pine street 2

Lane avenue 2

Fourth street 16

Stocking- street 4

Fifth street 1

Alpine avenue 38

Eleventh street 18

Tamarack street 7

Lincoln street 11

North street 16

Elizabeth street 9



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114 ANNUAL BBFORT OF THB BOARD OF

Broadway 11

Quarry street 21

Webster street 13

Crosby street 11

Front street ........ 6

West Leonard street 2

Calder street 10

•Alley from Cherry street to Wealthy avenue. . 9

Goodrich street 2

Ellsworth avenue 2

Wealthy avenue ..... 42

Oakes street 7

Buchanan street 6

Prescott street 4

Hilton street 16

Godfrey avenue 22

Martha street 6

Kent street 23

Oriel Cabinet Co 1

Trowbridg^e street 3

Walbridg-e street 3

Canal street 44

Chair Factory 2

Sweet street 7

Colleg-e avenue 1

Lafayette street 23

East Leonard street 11

North avenue 10

Madison street ... - 9

Coit avenue ' 16

Sophia avenue 6

Diamond street 36

Livingston street 13

Newberry street 8



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POLIOB AND FIBB OOMMI88IONBB8. 115

Bradford street 16

Fountain street 12

Crescent avenue 17

Turner street 40

Tenth street 3

Eighth street 19

Sixth street 28

Second street 16

Seward street 12

D street 1

Shawmut avenue 6

Winter street 4

Palmer avenue 11

Plainfield avenue 23

Coldbrook street 5

Sheldon street alley 23

Sheldon street 2

Island street 2

Chief Walker's house 6

Wenham avenue 11

Jefferson avenue 65

Cherry street 26

Union street 1

Prospect street 17

East Fulton street 3

Washington street 8

Terrace avenue 4

Third avenue 6

Maple street 3

Fifth avenue 42

Garden street 7

Grigrgs avenue .' 9

Dickinson avenue .... 10

Madison avenue 7



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Benson street 4

Cummings avenue 11

Bast street 41

Houseman street 9

Hastings street 33

Coit avenue alley 5

Barclay street 5

Sinclair street 6

Logan street 37

Henry street . .' 5

Thomas street 11

Hall street 16

Grandville avenue ... 11

Ionia street 11

Bartlett street 13

Division street 2

Second avenue 9



Total 1383

Fulton street bridge fixtures 5

Sixth street bridge fixtures 5

Leonard street bridge fixtures 7

FIRE DEPARTMENT ON CITIZENS' TELEPHONE
COMPANY'S POLES*

6 Poles on West Bridge street.

5 Poles on Valley avenue.
12 Poles on First street.

I Pole on No. 2 Engine House alley — private line.
11 Poles on Union street.



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POIiIOE AND FIBB OOMMI8SIONBB8. 117

FIRE DEPARTMENT ON BELL TELEPHONE
CX)MPANY^ POLES.

2 Poles on West Leonard street.

4 Poles on Front street.
70 Poles on Hall street.

5 Poles on Wealthy avenue, east of Division St.

5 Poles on Wealthy avenue, east of Madison Ave.

6 Poles on College avenue, north of Cherry St.
1 Pole on Cherry and Prospect streets.

6 Poles on Collegfe avenue, south of Lyon street.

99

FIRE DEPARTMENT ON G. R. & I. R, R. POLES.
1 Pole, the loop to box 361.

QTIZENS' TELEPHONE CO. ON FIRE DEPARTMENT POLES.

1 Pole on Court street.

1 Pole on Butterworth avenue.

4 Poles on Straight street.
1 Pole on Watson street.

8 Poles on Alpine avenue.
10 Poles on Eleventh street.

1 Pole on Elizabeth street.
1 Pole on Tenth street.

5 Pojes on Front street.

4 Poles on Crescent avenue.

6 Poles on Kent street.
14 Poles on Coit avenue.

1 Pole on Trowbridg-e street.
4 Poles on East Leonard street.

9 Poles on North avenue. .
9 Poles on Madison street.



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118 ANKUAIi BBPOBT OF THS BOARD OF

2 Poles on Oakes street.

1 Pole on Ellsworth avenue.

3 Poles on Ellsworth avenue alley.

6 Poles on Buchanan street, south of Wealthy

avenue.
1 Pole on Fifth avenue and Hilton street.
1 Pole on Fifth and Grandville avenues.

1 Pole on Godfrey avenue.

4 Poles on Oakes street, from alley to Division

street.
23 Poles on alley from Island street to Wenham

avenue.
11 Poles on Wenham avenue.

2 Poles on Jefferson avenue.

2 Poles on Maple street.

3 Poles on Fifth avenue.

9 Poles on Dickinson avenue.
37 Poles on Logan street.

3 Poles on Thomas street.
1 Pole on Cherry street.

8 Poles on Washington street.

4 Poles on Terrace avenue.
16 Poles on Diamond street.
25 Poles on Wealthy avenue.

1 Pole on Prospect and Fountain streets.

4 Poles on Hastings street.
6 Poles on Sinclair street.

1 Pole on College avenue, north of Bridge street.
1 Pole on College avenue and Lyon streets.

5 Poles on Fountain street.

1 Pole on Diamond and Cherry streets.

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POLIOB AND FIBB OOMMISSIONUta. 119

BELL TELEPHONE CO. ON FIRE DEPARTMENT POLES.

1 Pole on Calder street.
10 Poles on Dickinson avenue.

1 Pple on Ellsworth avenue alley.
17 Poles on Fifth avenue.

7 Poles on Garden street.

6 Poles on Godfrey avenue.
5 Poles on Island street.
54 Poles on JeflFerson avenue.

2 Poles on Oakland avenue.
4 Poles on Oakes street.

3 Poles on Prescott street.
17 Poles on Prospect street.
24 Poles on Sheldon alley.
14 Poles on Wealthy avenue.

8 Poles on Washington street.
23 Poles on Cherry street.

9 Poles on Griggs avenue.

3 Poles on Pulten street, west of Prospect street.
12 Poles on Hastings street.

3 Poles on No. 2 Alley, north of Bridge street.

4 Poles on College avenue, north of Bridge street.
3 Poles on College avenue, south of Crescent

avenue.

9 Poles on Fountain street.

2 Poles on Kent street, north of Sixth street.
26 Poles on Canal street.
16 Poles on Plainfield avenue.

2 Poles on Trowbridge street.

2 Poles on Livingston street.

2 Poles on Madison street.

2 Poles on Straight street, north of Butterworth
avenue.



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120 ANIfUAli REFOBT OF THB BOARD OF

8 Poles on JeflFerson street, north of Veto street.

4 Poles on Winter street.

5 Poles on Jackson street.

9 Poles on Marion street.
22 Poles on Sixth street.
12 Poles on North street.

8 Poles on Elizabeth street.

2 Poles on Eig^hth street.

3 Poles on Crosby street.

364

EDISON UGHT CO. ON CITY POLES-

'3 Poles back of No. 1 Engine House in alley.
1 Pole on Washington street.
7 Poles on Plainfield avenue, private line.
1 Pole on Jefferson street, private line.



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POUOB AND FIBB OOMMIB8IONBB8. 121



INVENTORY

OF

MATERIAL CONSTITUTING THE FIRE
ALARM SYSTEM



1 Ten-circuit repeater and testing

board S 950 00

11 Line galvanometers, S4.00. .- 44 00

4 Single-point relays, $3.00 12 00

120 Fire alarm boxes 9.500 00

13 15-inch station gongs, $75.00 975 00

1 4,000-ft). bell and striker 400 00

1 1,300-ft). bell and striker 250 00

22 4-inch relay bells, S4.00 88 00

8 Tower bells, 125 to 160 lbs., $22. 176 00

11,619 Feet iron pipe for conduits, 14c. . 1,626 66
Underground cables, manholes and

terminal boxes 2,693 20

1 Ten-circuit switch board and stor-
age battery 1,250 00

56 Cells salamoniac battery, 40c .... 22 40

22 Telephones with call keys, $4.75. 104 50
120 Miles No. 9 E. B. B. galvanized

iron wire, $20.00 per M 2,400 00

7,025 Feet No. 14 okonite wire at boxes,

4 cents 281 00

3,300 Feet ^-inch iron pipe at boxes, 2hc 82 50

104 30-ft. poles, S1.50 156 00

531 35-ft. poles, $1.80 955 80



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122 ANNUAL KBPORT OF TBB BOARD OF

207 40-ft. poles, $3.50 $ 724 50

204 45-f t. poles. $5.00 1,020 00

274 50-ft. poles, $6.00 1,644 00

18 55-ft. poles, $8.00 144 00

46 60-ft. poles, $9.00 414 00

17 Bridge fixtures, $5.00 85 00



$25,997 56

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL.

2 OflSce desks $2800

3 OflGce chairs 12 50

1 Oeace clock 8 00

1 Bridge and galvanometer 100 00

250 GUss insulators, S^c 8 75

250 Wood pins, $13.00 M 3 25

175 Iron pins, 4^c 7 88

4 Miles No. 9 E. B. B. galvanized iron

wire, $16.00 64 00

6 Paint brushes 3 00

200 Key signs, $40.00 M 800

10 Lbs. salamoniac, 10c 1 00

6 Old gongs, $5.00 30 00

250 6x8 glass jars, 8c 20 00

Miscellaneous bolts : 4 00

18 40-ft. poles, $3.50 63 00

2 55-ft. poles, $9.00 18 00

$359 38
CONSTRUCTION TOOLS.

1 Take-up reel $ 14 00

1 Pay-out reel 5 00

14 Pike poles, 40c 5 60

1 Pole gin 2 00



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1 35- ft. extension ladder 1 25

1 6- ft. step ladder 50

2 Log chains, $1.00 2 00

1 Tree trimmer 1 00

300 Feet hand cord rope 1 50

2 Pairs light wire stretchers, $1.50 3 00

1 Pair heavy wire stretchers 3 50

1 Pair small pulley blocks 75

1 Pair heavy pulley blocks 3 00

2 Tamp bars, 50c !^ I 00

2 Hand axes, 75c 1 50

1 Pipe cutter 1 25

2 Pair connectors, $1.50 3 00

3 Pairs pliers 3 00

2 Monkey wrenches, 50c 1 00

1 Brace 1 50

1 Tape line 3 50

2 Saws 1 50

1 li-inch wood chisel 50

Plumbers' outfit 2 50

1 Large gasoline pot 3 00

1 Small gasoline pot 2 00

3 Cant hooks, 75c 2 25

6 Draw shaves, $1.00 6 00

1 Hoe . 25

1 Paving tamp 50

1 Small sieve 40

7 Shovels, 75c 8 25

6 Crow bars, $2.00 12 00

1 Hack saw frame 1 00

1 Expansion bitt 1 75

1 Set bitts, i to 1-inch 3 50

1 Magneto bell 5 00

7 Screw drivers, 50c 3 50



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Twist drills S 3 50

3 Punches 90

1 Heavy solder, copper 60

2 Pairs climbing- spurs, S3.00 6 00

1 Telegjraph wag-on ... 75 00

1 Old wagon 15 00

1 Pair wheels for poles 15 00

1 Harness 20 00

2 Horse blankets 3 OO

$248 75
RECAPITULATION.

Fire Alarm Telegraph System $25,997 56

Miscellaneous Material 359 38

Construction Tools 248 75

526,605 69

INVENTORY OF REALTY, APPARATUS, STOCK AND
SUPPLIES:

No. 1 Engine House and

lot $ 5,000 00

No. 1 Apparatus, stock

and supplies.... 7,656 98

$ 12,656 98
No. 2 Engine House and

lot 9,252 08

No. 2 Apparatus, stock

and supplies.... 6,435 95

15,688 03
No. 3 Engine House and

lot 13,000 00

No. 3 Apparatus, stock

and supplies 13,834.00

26,834 00



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No. 4 Engine House and

lot $17,500 00

No. 4 Apparatus, stock

and supplies 12,500 00



No. 5 Engine House and

lot 10,385 15

No. 5 Apparatus, stock

and supplies 7,385 82

No. 6 Engine House and

lot 7,781 05

No. 6 Apparatus, stock

and supplies.... 8,854 51

No. 7 Engine House and

lot 8,775 00

No. 7 Apparatus, stock

and supplies 7,500 00

No. 8 Engine House and

lot 8,176 00

No. 8 Apparatus, stock

and supplies.... 9,460 72

No. 9 Engine House and

lot 8,750 00

No. 9 Apparatus, stock

and supplies .... 2,352 03



$30,000 00



17,770 97



16,635 56



16,275 00



17,636 72



11,102 03



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126 ANNUAL BBPOBT OF THB BOABD OF

No. 10 Eng-ine House and

lot $ 8,800 00

No. 10 Apparatus, stock

and supplies.... 6,400 00

l^o. 11 Lot 1.500 00

Reserve apparatus. 1,500 00

Fire Alarm Tele-
graph System .. . 25,997 56

Miscellaneous Ma-
terial and Con-
struction tools.. 608 13



$15,200 00
3,000 00



26,605 69
$209,404 98



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POLIOS AND FIBK 0OMMI88IOHBB8.



127



COMPARATIVE STATEMEITr OF LOSSES BY FIRE
SINCE 1871.



From Sept. 15, 1871. to Sept.


15, 1872,


$187,235 00


1872, '




*• 1873,


421,145 00


" *' 1873, '




•' 1874,


120,950 00


' 1874, '




•* 1875,


353,400 00


'• " 1875, '




" 1876,


80,000 00


1876, '




" 1877,


17.710 00


1877, '




•' 1878,


31.852 79


" •' 1878, •




" 1879,


35,573 32


1879, *




'• 1880,


16,254 00


1880,- '




" 1881,


25,714 00


• 1881, '




" 1882,


169,739 00


" •' 1882, '




" 1883,


77,581 40


1883, '




" 1884,


101,327 50


'• •' 1884, '




" 1885,


19,798 10


" May 1st, 1885, '


' May 1st, 1886,


75,747 38


1886, '




'• 1887,


58,148 75


1887, '




'* 1888,


238,470 89


1888, '




'* 1889,


41,042 00


1889, *




" 1890,


78,914 52


1890, •




" 1891,


198,631 55


1891, '




" 1892,


148,655 71


1892, '




'* 1893,


163,501 50


" " 1893, '




" 1894,


79,305 77


" " 1894, '




" 1895,


49,318 22


1895, '




" 1896,


104,692 63


" " 1896, '




" 1897,


43,264 89


1897, *




" 1898.


100,983 47


1898, '




" 1899,


123,162.60


*' *' 1899, •




'* 1900,


116,480 70



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