The Lumberman's Hand Book

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Specialty publishing Company, 1886 - 155 Seiten

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Seite 121 - Every person who shall do any labor upon or furnish any materials, machinery or fixtures for any building, erection or other improvement upon land...
Seite 37 - Dimension Sizes— All square lumber shall show two-thirds heart on two sides, and not less than one-half heart on two other sides. Other sizes shall show two-thirds heart on...
Seite 124 - A person who performs labor, or furnishes machinery or material for constructing, altering or repairing a boat, vessel, or other water craft, or for erecting, altering, repairing or removing a house, mill, manufactory, or any furnace or furnace material therein, or other building, appurtenance, fixture, bridge or other structure, or for the digging...
Seite 125 - ... or for the improvement, in any manner, of real estate by contract with, or by the written consent of, the owner...
Seite 125 - A person who performs labor, or furnishes materials in the erection, altering, or repairing a house, building, or other structure, or for any fixture or machinery therein, or for the...
Seite 36 - INSPECTION. SCANTLING shall be free from injurious shakes, unsound knots, or knots to impair strength; sap, no objection. PLANK shall be free from unsound knots, wane through or round shakes; sap, no objection. DIMENSION SIZES. — Sap, no objection; no wane edges, no shakes to show on outside of stick. All stock to be well and truly manufactured, full to sizes, and saw-butted. MERCHANTABLE INSPECTION. SCANTLING shall show three corners heart free from injurious shakes or unsound knots.
Seite 97 - Let 17 times the length of the grate in inches be divided by the square root of the height of the chimney in feet, and the quotient is the area for the aperture at the top of the chimney in inches.
Seite 126 - ... or other manufactory for which they may have furnished materials of any description, and on the interest of the owner in the lot or land on which it stands, to the extent of the value of any labor done or materials furnished, or for both.
Seite 151 - AMOUNT OF PAINT REQUIRED FOR A GIVEN SURFACE. — It is impossible to give a rule that will apply in all cases, as the amount varies with the kind and thickness of the paint, the kind of wood or other material to which it is applied, the age of the surface, etc. The following is an approximate rule : Divide the number of square feet of surface by 200. The result will be the number of gallons of liquid paint required to give two coats ; or divide by 18, and the result will be the number of pounds...
Seite 121 - ... and containing a correct description of the property to be charged with the lien...

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