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Charter and Ordinances of the City of Waterbury, Connecticut: With ... - Page 139
by Waterbury (Conn.) - 1902 - 366 pages
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Public health reports (1881). v. 28 pt. 2 ..., Volume 28, Part 2, Issues 27-52

1914
...building shall be its length, and the next greatest horizontal linear dimension its width. The height of buildings shall be measured from the curb level at the center of thi' main front of the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams in case of flat roofs,...
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Laws of the State of New York

New York (State) - Session laws - 1887
...height of each Heightaof and every wall shall be measured from the curb level at the centre of ^"^ how the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams, and in nred. case the wall is carried on iron girders or iron girders and columns, or piers of masonry,...
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Proposed Building Law for Medium Sized Cities: As Drafted by a Commission ...

New York (State). - Building laws - 1893 - 64 pages
...six feet in width. 21. The height of all walls shall be measured from the curb level at the centre of the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams in the case of flat roofs, and for high-pitched roofs the average of the height of the gable shall be...
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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
...L. 1892, ch. 275, 17.) Height and width of walls, how measured. 482. The height of all walls shall be measured from the curb level at the center of the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams in the case of flat roofs, and for high-pitched...
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The Building Code of the City of New York

New York (N.Y.). - Building laws - 1901 - 171 pages
...for Buildings and Walls. The height of buildings shall be measured from the curb level at the centre of the front of the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams in the case of flat roofs, and for high-pitched roofs the average of the height of the gable shall be...
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National Building Code

Building laws - 1905
...level roof beams. For walls on girders. For walls of buildings which do not adjoin street. The height of buildings shall be measured — From the curb level...the top of the highest point of the roof beams in the case of flat roofs, And for high-pitched roofs the average of the height of the gable shall be...
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Chicago Building Code and Index

Chicago (Ill.) - Building laws - 1905
...of a fireproof building shall be measured from the average inside grade line of the street frontage of the building to the top of the highest point of the external bearing walls. Roof houses for elevators, or tanks, or skylights, or stairs, or scuttles may...
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The Revised Municipal Code of Chicago of 1905: Passed March 20, 1905 ...

Chicago (Ill.) - 1905 - 979 pages
...of a fireproof building shall be measured from the average inside grade line of the street frontage of the building to the top of the highest point of the external bearing walls. Roof houses for elevators, or tanks, or skylights, or stairs, or scuttles may...
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The Building Law of the City and County of San Francisco for 1906

San Francisco (Calif.) - Building laws - 1906 - 112 pages
...dimension of any building shall be its length, and the next greatest linear dimension its width. The height of buildings shall be measured from the curb level at the center of the main front of the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams .in case of flat roofs,...
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Code of Ordinances of the City of New York

Ordinances, Municipal - 1907
...Buildings and Walls. — The height of buildings shall be measured from the curb level at the centre of the front of the building to the top of the highest point of the roof beams in the case of flat roofs, and for high-pitched roofs the average of the height of the gable shall be...
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