The fire-fighting and prevention forces of the City shall beresponsible for the use, care, and management of the City's fire-fighting apparatus and property and shall conduct such supervisory and educational programs within the City and with its inhabitants and industrial and business interests as will diminish the risk and potentiality of fires within the City. The Fire Chief, or any person lawfully acting in his stead, shall have concurrent powers with city police officers in the enforcement of violations of state fire laws, violations of city ordinances relative to fire protection, fire zones, and fire prevention. The Fire Chief, or any person lawfully acting in his stead, may command any person, present at a fire, to aid in the extinguishment thereof and to assist in the protection of property thereat. If any person shall willfully disobey any such lawful requirement or other lawful order of such officer, he shall be deemed guilty of a violation of this Charter, which Charter constitutes the governing law of the City of Mason, and shall be subject to punishment therefor as in this Charter provided. The Fire Chief, or any person lawfully acting in his stead, with the concurrence of any two Councilmen, may cause any building to be pulled down or destroyed when deemed necessary in order to arrest the progress of fire. Reimbursement by the City for the cost of any such building to persons having an interest therein shall be made in the manner provided by Section 11, Chapter 29 of Act 215 of the Public Acts of 1895 (MCL 129.11), which section, insofar as it establishes the procedure for such reimbursement, is hereby adopted and made a part of this Charter by reference.