Municipal Ordinances of the City of Troy: Rules and Regulations of the Health Department, Rules and Regulations with Reference to the Water Works

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Troy Times Press, 1905 - Law - 444 pages

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Page 161 - All stage scenery, curtains and decorations made of combustible material, and all woodwork on or about the stage, shall be painted or saturated with some non-combustible material, or otherwise rendered safe against fire...
Page 119 - All headers shall be at least twelve inches in width and eight inches in thickness, and consist of good flat stones. No stone shall be laid in such walls in any other position than on its natural bed. No stone shall be used that does not bond or extend into the wall at least six inches. Stones shall be firmly bedded in cement mortar and all spaces and joints thoroughly filled.
Page 168 - A diagram or plan of each tier, gallery or floor, showing distinctly the exits therefrom, each occupying a space not less than fifteen square inches, shall be printed in black lines in a legible manner on the programme of the performance. Every exit shall have over the same on the inside the word " Exit " painted in legible letters not less than eight inches high.
Page 84 - ... shall have landings or balconies not less than six feet in length and three feet in width, guarded by iron railings...
Page 402 - Every tenement or lodging house, and every part thereof, shall be kept clean and free from any accumulation of dirt, filth, garbage, or other matter in or on the same, or in the yard, court, passage, area, or alley connected with or belonging to the same.
Page 26 - ... is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished for the first offense by a fine of not less than...
Page 97 - A cellar shall be taken to mean and include every basement or lower story of any building or house of which one-half or more of the height from the floor to the ceiling is below the level of the street adjoining.
Page 166 - ... each side of the proscenium opening and on the ceiling or roof over the stage at such intervals as will protect every square foot of stage surface when said sprinklers are in operation. Automatic sprinklers shall also be placed, wherever practicable, in the dressing rooms under the stage and in the carpenter shop, paint rooms, store rooms and property room.
Page 133 - In any building in which there shall be any hoistway or freight elevator or well-hole not inclosed in walls constructed of brick or other fire-proof material, and provided with fire-proof doors, the openings thereof through and upon each floor of said building, shall be provided with and protected by a substantial guard or gate...
Page 118 - All stone walls twenty-four inches or less in thickness shall have at least one header extending through the wall in every three feet in height from the bottom of the wall, and in every three feet in length and if over twenty-four inches in thickness, shall have one header for every six...

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