The commissioner shall keep in the commissioner's office a record of all fires occurring
in this state and of all the facts concerning the fires occurring in the state, including
statistics as to the extent of the fires and the damage caused by the fires, and whether
such losses were covered by insurance, and, if so, in what amount. Such records shall be made daily from the reports made to the commissioner by the
commissioner's assistants under this chapter. All such records shall be public, except any information secured in an investigation
under this chapter, which the commissioner, in the commissioner's discretion, may
withhold from the public.
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