Read the General Instructions above.

You are only permitted to attempt seven questions.

*1. Cross section of a stone to be formed into a window sill.

Draw, to a scale of 1/4 the finished cross section, at the centre, showing it weathered, throated, and grooved for a metal tongue.

(11.) *2. Cross section of six courses of a 2 1/2 brick wall built in English bond. Draw, to a scale of an inch to a foot, making any alteration you may think necessary. (11.)

*3. A and B are sections through a wooden floor girder and a bridging joist. Draw, to a scale of 1/5, two cross sections of the girder, showing the joist notched to it in the one case, and cogged to it in the other.

The cogged joint to be marked C, and the notched joint N. (11.)

*4. A is the section of a stone string course. B is a part cross section of a coursed rubble wall built of a thin-bedded stone occurring in layers of from 4" to 8" thick.

Draw B to a scale of 1 1/4" to a foot, showing the stones, and inserting the string course at a. (11.)

5. Explain by sketches the following terms: - Return or staff bead. Rebated and beaded boards for partition.

Shouldered or tusked tenon. (H-)

*6. Elevation of a 9-inch arch ring, over an opening in a brick wall built in Flemish bond. Span of arch 6', and rise 12".

Draw, to a scale of 3/4" to a foot, showing four courses of the arch bricks at A, and four courses of the wall bricks at B. *7. Drawing of a stone template to carry the end of a cast-iron girder 10" deep, with flanges l 1/4" x 8" and 3/4" x 3".

Draw the girder, 1/3 full size, in cross section, showing the template in elevation. (12.)

8. Draw, to a scale of 1/48, line diagrams showing the difference between a wooden king-post and queen-post roof truss; one for a span of 36', and the other for a 24' span.

Write their names against the different members. (13.)

*9. Section through a portion of a slate roof divided by a party wall.

Draw to a scale of 1/12, showing the slates, with two different methods of using lead to form a water-tight joint between them and the wall.

The thickness of the slates should be exaggerated, and the section should pass through a lap. (13.)

*10. A is a plan of a roofing slate.

By what name is this sized slate known?

B is a plan of the ends of 6 common rafters at the eaves of a roof. Draw B, to a scale of 1/2" to a foot, adding 9" slate boarding, a tilting fillet, and slates, as A, laid to a 4" lap.

Put 5 slates in width in the doubling eaves course, and one less in each of the 4 following courses.

The nail holes where exposed to show centre nailing. (13.)

11. Draw, to a scale of 1/12, a vertical cross section through the joint between the king post and the tie beam, the latter being 11" x 6", in a timber roof truss.

Show the full details of the stirrup iron, etc., before tightening up. (14.)

*12. Plan of part of a stone stair.

Draw, to a scale of 3/4" to a foot, a section through A - A, showing square steps with rebated joints, a 6" rise and moulded nosings. Also a section through B - B. (15.)

*13. Plan of part of a first-floor room in a dwelling-house, the boards being carried on common joists 10"x2 1/2", trimming joists and trimmers 10" x 3".

Give, to a scale of 1/2" to a foot, a vertical section through A - A, showing a brick trimmer arch and a lath and plaster ceiling below.

(16.) 14. Give, to a scale of \, a horizontal section through one jamb of an entrance doorway to a dwelling-house, the outer walls being 18" brickwork with chamfered stone quoins to openings.

The following to be shown: - Inner face of wall plastered flush with door frame. Single architrave to door frame. Hanging style of door 6" x 2 1/2". Panel (part only) bead flush and moulded at back. (16.)