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337 페이지 - ... every public hall shall have at least one window opening directly upon the street, or upon a yard or court.
341 페이지 - Every dwelling and every part thereof shall be kept clean and shall also be kept free from any accumulation of dirt, filth, rubbish, garbage or other matter in or on the same, or in the yards, courts, passages, areas or alleys connected with or belonging to the same.
338 페이지 - Any part of a hall which is shut off from any other part of said hall by a door or doors shall be deemed a separate hall within the meaning of this section.
339 페이지 - Such room shall have a window or windows opening upon the street, or upon a yard or court. The total area of windows in such room shall be at least one-eighth of the superficial area of the room, and one-half of the sash shall be made to open the full width, and the top of each window shall be within six inches of the ceiling.
336 페이지 - ... in the height of the said building, such width shall be increased six inches throughout the entire height of said court, and the other horizontal dimension shall be increased one foot throughout the...
339 페이지 - Every such window shall be at least one foot by three feet between stop beads, and the entire window shall be made so as to readily open. When, however, such water-closet compartment is located on the top floor and is lighted and ventilated by a skylight over it, or is located at the bottom of a shaft or court of lawful size, and is lighted and ventilated by a skylight over it at the bottom of such shaft or court, no window shall be necessary, provided the roof of such skylight contains at least...
1305 페이지 - Every person or corporation employing females in any manufacturing, mechanical, or mercantile establishment in this commonwealth, shall provide suitable seats for the use of the females so employed, and shall permit the use of such seats by them when they are not necessarily engaged in the active duties for which they are employed.
349 페이지 - Every building now or hereafter used, in whole or in part, as a public building, public or private institution, schoolhouse, church, theatre, public hall, place of assemblage or place of public resort, and every building in which...
339 페이지 - In every tenement house hereafter erected there shall be in each apartment a proper sink with running water. Section 95. Water-closet accommodations. In every tenement house hereafter erected shall be a separate water-closet in a separate compartment within each apartment, provided that where there are apartments consisting of but one or two rooms, there shall be at least one water-closet for every three rooms.
343 페이지 - ... personal injuries sustained in consequence of such fire breaking out in said building, and shall also be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment for not less than six months nor more than twelve months in the county jail ; and such action for damages may be maintained by any person now authorized by law to sue as in other cases of similar injuries: Provided.