Annual Report of the Chief Fire Warden of Minnesota, Volume 1

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Relevance to Atkinson Township Project (Scale 1-5):
2
Reference Pages to Atkinson:
26, 83, 88
Reference Type:
Fire Report, Land
 

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Page 13 - All fines recovered under the provisions of this act shall be paid into the county treasury of the county in which the suit is tried, by the person collecting the same in the manner now provided by law to be used for county purposes.
Page 13 - December make a written report to the governor of his doings in respect to the duties herein assigned him, together with an itemized account of the expenses incurred in carrying out the provisions of this act, which report shall include such statistics and facts as he has obtained from the chief fire warden and from the several fire wardens of the State and from other sources, together with his suggestions relative to the preservation of the forests of the State and to the prevention and extinguishment...
Page 12 - ... pass. In seasons of drouth railroad companies shall give particular instructions to their employes for the prevention and prompt extinguishment of fires and they shall cause warning placards furnished by the Forest Commissioner to be posted at their stations in the vicinity of forest and...
Page 12 - But this section shall not be construed to prohibit or prevent any railroad company from piling or keeping upon the right of way cross ties or other material necessary in the operation or maintenance of such railroad.
Page 56 - State, as hereinafter provided, but no payment shall be made to any claimant under this act until he shall have presented an itemized account and made oath or affirmation that said account is just and correct, which account shall be approved by the township board.
Page 56 - SEC. 8. Each fire warden shall receive for his actual services rendered under this act two dollars per day .two-thirds of which shall be paid by the municipality, where such service is performed, and one-third by the State; and any employe...
Page 9 - ... military force of the United States Government which may be detailed to guard the national domain from fire; he shall investigate the extent of the forests in the state, together with the amounts and varieties of the wood and timber growing therein, the damages done to them from time to time by forest fires and the causes of such fires, the method used, if any, to promote the regrowth of timber, and any other important facts relating to forest interests, which may be required by the Forest Commissioner.
Page 13 - All persons violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine not less than five ($5) dollars nor more than fifty ($50) dollars. SEC. 14. Nothing in this act shall be construed as affecting any right of action for damages.
Page 12 - The master of a vessel who shall refuse or neglect to comply with the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and be punished by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars.
Page 10 - ... fires, and when his district is suffering or threatened with fire, to go to the place of danger to control such fires, and each forest fire warden shall have authority to call to his assistance in emergencies any able-bodied male person over eighteen years of age, and if such person refuses, without' reasonable justification or excuse, to assist, or if any fire warden refuses or neglects to perform the duties assigned him in this act, such officer or person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,...

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