John Decker turned over to the new commissioners the following
property:

Thirty four steam fire engines 
Two hundred eighteen broken chairs. 
Thirty six engine tenders 
Two hundred and eighty six lanterns 
Twenty five hand engines 
Three hundred pails 
Forty nine hose carriages 
Two hundred twenty six brooms 
Thirty nine jumpers 
One hundred and forty five scrub brushes 
Twenty one crabs 
Ninety three Chamois 
Eighteen hook and ladder trucks 
One hundred thirty six axes 
One thousand one hundred and ninetyseven lengths of leather
hose. (59, 850 feet) 
Two hundred six hooks in good order 
One hundred and fiftytwo and a half lengths of rubber hose.
(7,625 feet) 
Forty broken hooks 
Four hundred and twenty eight feet Croton hose 
Forty two picks 
Eighty five and a half lengths of suction 
One hundred and twelve ladders 
Ninety nine brass pipes 
One hundred fourteen sponges 
Two copper pipes 
Two hundred thirty eight mops 
One hundred and fifty six leather pipes 
Three hundred cans 
Two thousand two hundred and forty six chairs in good order. 
One hundred twenty eight hoisting apparatus 
Ten striking apparatus 
Seventy nine tables 
Five wash basins 
Five hundred fourteen wrenches 
One iron safe 
Fifty six screw wrenches 
Ten field glasses 
Eighty seven loads of wood 
Eleven spy glasses 
Twenty eight and a half tons of coal 
Twelve pounds of cotton waste 
Two hundred sixty chandeliers 
One hammer 
Eight hundred and six brackets 
Seven spittoons 
One hundred thirty six burners 