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" All excavations for buildings shall be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent the same from becoming dangerous to life or limb... "
"Bricklaying," - Page 80
by Owen Bernard Maginnis - 1900 - 85 pages
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Police Powers Arising Under the Law of Overruling Necessity

William Packer Prentice - Police power - 1894 - 516 pages
...action lay for the injury to the house. Iti New York, Brooklyn and other cities, excavations are to " be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent the same from becoming dangerous to life or limb.1 They shall be sheet piled, where necessary to prevent the adjoining earth from caving in, by...
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The Greater New York Charter as Enacted in 1897: With Notes Indicating the ...

New York (N.Y.), Mark Ash - New York (N.Y.) - 1897 - 1251 pages
...provided. (As amended by L. 1892, ch. 275, 8.) Excavations; party walls. 473. All excavations shall be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent...from becoming dangerous to life or limb and shall be sheet-piled where necessary to prevent the adjoining earth from caving in, by the person or persons...
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The Miscellaneous Reports: Cases Decided in the Inferior Courts ..., Volume 31

Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...The statute required the defendant to properly guard and protect the excavation : " All excavations shall be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent the same from becoming dangerous to life or limb * * * by the person or persons causing the excavations to be made." Laws of 1892, chap. 275, 473....
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The New York Supplement

Law reports, digests, etc - 1900
...right." The statute required the defendant to properly guard and protect the excavation. "All excavations shall be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent the same from becoming dangerous to life and limb, * * * by the person or persons causing the excavations to be made." Laws 1892. c. 275, ...
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The Building Code of the City of New York

New York (N.Y.). - Building laws - 1901 - 171 pages
...strength shall be not less than 16,000 pounds per square inch when tested in small specimens. PART V. EXCAVATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS. Sec. 22. — Excavations....from becoming dangerous to life or limb and shall be sheath-piled where necessary to prevent the adjoining earth from caving in, by the person or persons...
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Inspection of the Materials and Workmanship Employed in Construction: A ...

Austin Thomas Byrne - Building - 1902 - 539 pages
...45 " " Drag-scrapers 3" 7 " " Wheel-scrapers 10" 17 " " Excavations. New York Building Code, 1899. SEC. 22. EXCAVATIONS.— All excavations for buildings...from becoming dangerous to life or limb, and shall be sheath-piled where necessary to prevent the adjoining earth from caving in, by the person or persons...
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Charter and Ordinances of the City of Waterbury, Connecticut: With ...

1902 - 366 pages
...sixteen thousand pounds per square inch. PART V, EXCAVATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS. EXCAVATION. SEC. 22. All excavations for buildings shall be properly guarded...the same from becoming dangerous to life or limb, or adjoining property. When an excavation for building or for other purposes shall be carried to a...
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Building-law of the Town of Brookline, Adopted March 31, 1903, Approved by ...

Brookline (Mass.). - 1903 - 121 pages
...the base, the wind pressure may be disregarded. ARTICLE V. EXCAVATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS. SECTION 1. Excavations. — All excavations for buildings shall...from becoming dangerous to life or limb, and shall be sheath-piled where necessary to prevent the adjoining earth from caving in, by the person or persons...
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Ordinances No. 46388: The Building Code of the City of Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland, O. - 1904 - 266 pages
...making or causing them to be made that adjoining soil shall not cave in by reason of its own weight, and shall be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent the same from becoming dangerous to life and limb. Permanent excavations are to be protected by retaining walls, with guard rails or fences....
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Manual of Examinations for Engineering Positions in the Service ..., Parts 1-9

Myron H. Lewis - Engineering - 1906
...rapid work as he can. 2. What precautions must be taken regarding excavations? All excavations must be properly guarded and protected so as to prevent the same from becoming dangerous to life. They shall also be sheeted where necessary to prevent adjoining earth from caving in. Where excavations...
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