Put arched wooden lintels, 5 inches high at the centre, over all openings in brick walls; to be cambered 1 inches at the ends and to rest not more than 1 inch on the brick work.

The opening for bay window in front wall to be spanned by two 10-inch 25 pound steel beams, bolted together with three cast separators and -inch bolts, so that the lintel will be 11 inches wide out to out of flanges. The beams to have a bearing of 6 inches at the ends and to rest on 8x12x1 -inch cast iron plates, and to have an anchor 16 inches long at each end. Bolt a 2x8-inch plank on each side of the lintel.

[If any other special lintels are required, they should be specified here.]

Make and set all forms for brick or stone arches as required by the brick or stone masons, and any templates required.

Furnish and have the masons build into the walls wooden bricks (2 inches) thick, wherever necessary for the proper execution of the work. Furnish a piece of 2x4-inch spruce, and have the masons build into the wall back of all window sills.

The carpenter is to spike 3x4-inch joists to the ends of the rafters of flat roof, flush with inside of fire wall to hold the flashing.

300. - Lookouts And Bond Timbers For Cornice

Furnish and set 2-inch plank lookouts for the front cornice, notched for the plate, and 3x4-inch bond timber for the moulding under frieze, and 2x4-inch vertical pieces every 26 inches for securing the frieze; to be built in by the brick mason.

301. - Framing For Bay Window

Frame for the bay window in second story with 2x6-inch studding, 2x6-inch sole piece, spiked to top of joists, 4x6-inch plate breaking joint, and 2x6-inch rafters. Sheath the outside and roof and under the floor joists with 7/8-inch native pine (hemlock) sheathing, surfaced one side to a uniform thickness. The sides of bay and the roof to be secured to the front wall by (six) {-inch bolts, 14 inches long, with 4x4x -inch washers built into the wall.

Protecting Stonework. - The carpenter is to protect all stone sills, steps, coping, jambs, carved capitals and other parts of the stonework likely to be injured, by covering with boards properly secured and maintained until all exterior work is completed, including the painting.