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" When an excavation is made on any lot, the person or persons causing such excavation to be made shall build at his or their own cost and expense, a retaining wall to support the adjoining earth, and such retaining wall shall be carried to the height of... "
"Bricklaying," - Page 81
by Owen Bernard Maginnis - 1900 - 85 pages
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Proposed Building Law for Medium Sized Cities: As Drafted by a Commission ...

New York (State). - Building laws - 1893 - 64 pages
...to be made shall build at his or their own cost and expense, a retaining wall of sufficient strength to support the adjoining earth; and such retaining...of the adjoining earth, and be properly protected or capped on top. 13. Every building, except buildings erected upon wharves or piers 5 on a water-front,...
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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
...be made shall build at his or their own cost and expense, a retaining- wall of sufficient strength to support the adjoining earth; and such retaining...shall be carried to the height of the adjoining earth. (As amended by L. lb'J2, ch. 275, 9.) Foundations; piles. 474. Every building except buildings...
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The Building Code of the City of New York

New York (N.Y.). - Building laws - 1901 - 171 pages
...their own cost and expense, a retainingwall to support the adjoining earth; and such retainingwall shall be carried to the height of the adjoining earth,...be properly protected by coping. The thickness of a retaining-wall at its base shall be in no case less than one-fourth of its height. It Sec. 23.— Bearing...
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Inspection of the Materials and Workmanship Employed in Construction: A ...

Austin Thomas Byrne - Building - 1902 - 539 pages
...to recover the value of the work done and materials furnished in and about the said premises in the same manner as if he had been employed to do the said...retaining wall at its base shall be in no case less than one fourth of its height. Rock Excavation. Excavation in hard rock is usually performed by means of...
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Building-law of the Town of Brookline, Adopted March 31, 1903, Approved by ...

Brookline (Mass.). - 1903 - 121 pages
...department shall be accompanied by a statement of the character of the soil at the level of the footings. When an excavation is made on any lot, the person...be in no case less than one-fourth of its height. SECTION 2. Whenever an excavation of either earth o1.' rock for building or other purposes shall be...
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Municipal Ordinances of the City of Troy: Rules and Regulations of the ...

Law - 1905 - 444 pages
...to be made shall build, at his own expense, a retaining wall to support the adjoining earth, which wall shall be carried to the height of the adjoining...be properly protected by coping. The thickness of such retaining wall at its base shall be in no case less than one-fourth of its height. 15. Bearing...
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National Building Code

Building laws - 1905
...said work by the said person or persons. Retaining Walls. 27 said adjoining lot, and not otherwise, and such retaining wall shall be carried to the height of the adjoining Duty of earth, and be properly protected by coping. If the necowner.'"8 essary license is not accorded...
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Building Ordinance, Adopted March 20, 1905: Amended March 1, 1906 - June 18 ...

Troy (N.Y.). - 1906 - 57 pages
...to be made shall build, at his own expense, a retaining wall to support the adjoining earth, which wall shall be carried to the height of the adjoining...be properly protected by coping. The thickness of such retaining wall at its base shall be in no case less than one-fourth of its height. Sec. 15. Bearing...
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Code of Ordinances of the City of New York

Ordinances, Municipal - 1907
...recover the value of the work done and materials furnished, in and about the said premises, in the same manner as if he had been employed to do the said...be in no case less than one-fourth of its height. (Id., sec. 22, rev. from L. 1882, eh. 410, 473, as amend.) . ' Where a party is excavating next...
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Code of Ordinances of the City of New York: Approved November 8, 1906 ...

New York (N.Y.). - 1908 - 426 pages
...recover the value of the work done and materials furnished, in and about the said premises, in the same manner as if he had been employed to do the said...be in no case less than one-fourth of its height. (Id., sec. 22, rev. from L. 1882, ch. 410, 473, as emend.) ^ Where a. party is excavating next to...
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