The Tenement House Problem (The Rise of Urban America)
The Tenement House Problem (The Rise of Urban America) by -

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Title: The Tenement House Problem (The Rise of Urban America)
ISBN: 0405024460
ISBN13: 978-0405024467
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Pages: 516 pages
Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (December 1, 1972)
Language: English
Size PDF version: 1769 kb
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Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ...Charter, stating that the cellar stairs should be located, when practicable, to the rear of the staircase leading from the first story to the upper stories. The other provisions, however, of the law of 1892, with the exception of forbidding the construction of a closet' under the stairs, were reenacted in the Code. (1871)--Chapter 625, Section 28. " In any building hereafter erected more than three stories in height, occupied by, or built to be occupied by three and not more than six families above the first story, in which the cellar is to be used for the purpose of storing coal, wood or other articles, the floor above the cellar, with the stairs leading thereto, if the stairs lead from the inside of the building, shall be constructed fireproof." (1874)--Chapter 547, Section 7.--Repealed. VOL. II--s (1892)--Chapter 275, Section 16. (Section 480, Consol. Act, amended as follows): "In every tenement-house, apartment-house and dwelling-house five stories in height, or having a basement and four stories in height above the cellar, hereafter erected or altered to be occupied by one or more families on any floor above the first, the stairs from the cellar or lowest story to the fireproof floor next above, when placed within any such building, shall be located to the rear of the staircase leading from the first story to the upper stories and be enclosed with brick walls. The opening through the brick wall of such enclosure into the lowest story shall have an iron door, or a tin covered wooden door (constructed as hereinafter described in Section 491 of this title) and shall be self-closing. When the stairs from the first story to the cellar or lowest story are located in an open side court the door opening leading thereto from the first story may be...

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