Fire Protection: A Complete Manual of the Organization, Machinery, Discipline, and General Working, of the Fire Brigade of London

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C. & E. Layton, 1876 - Fire extinction - 332 pages
 

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Page 296 - Any damage occasioned by the fire brigade in the due execution of their duties shall be deemed to be damage by fire within the meaning of any policy of insurance against fire.
Page 295 - ... generally he may take any measures that appear expedient for the protection of life and property, with • power by himself or his men to break into or through, or take possession of, or pull down any premises for the purpose of putting an end to a fire, doing as little damage as possible ; he may also on any such occasion cause the water to be shut off from the mains and pipes of any district, in order to give a greater supply and pressure of water in the district in which the fire has occurred...
Page 295 - ... remove, any persons who interfere by their presence with the operations of the fire brigade, and generally he may take any measures that appear expedient for the protection of life and property, with power by himself or his men to break into or through, or take possession of, or pull down any premises for the purpose of putting an end to a fire...
Page 295 - On the occasion of a fire the chief or other officer in charge of the fire brigade may, in his discretion, take the command of any volunteer fire brigade, or other persons who voluntarily place their services at his disposal, and may remove, or order any fireman to remove, any persons who interfere by their presence with the operations of the fire brigade, and generally he may take any measures that appear expedient for the protection of life and property, with power...
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Page 295 - ... place their services at his disposal, and may remove, or order any fireman to remove, any persons who interfere by their presence with the operations of the fire brigade, and generally he may take any measures that appear expedient for the protection of life and property, with power by himself...
Page 295 - Act to be entrusted to the Metropolitan Board of Works ; and with a view to the performance of that duty it shall be lawful for them to provide and maintain an efficient force of firemen, and to furnish them with all such fire engines, horses, accoutrements, tools, and implements as may be necessary for the complete equipment of the force, or conducive to the efficient performance of their duties.

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