Savottakämpän säännöt vuodelta 1924 / Old finnish woodcutting worksite hut rules from the 1924
These are useful on this day too:
- You shall not touch another’s belongings even if they’re not behind the locks
- If you own a tool that the other doesn’t have you have to loan it. Doesn’t apply to knives.
- In the hut everyone must sit on their own berth
- If (someone) has whacked a nail to the wall for his clothes, you shall not put there your own clothes
- If you drop tools from the nail, you have to put them back
- He who is feeling cold will light the fire to the fireplace
- He who needs water shall get it if the bucket is empty
- He who needs water first shall open the hole in the ice
- You shall not put your own meats and fats on the ones near the hut or on the roof of the hut.
- You shall not shit to that side of the hut where door is
- Everyone has to use their own shithole
- You shall not pee to the front side of the hut
- Everyone shall cut a lot of firewood on their turn, so there can be fire when coming back from the woods
- Female cook shall not be touched and you cannot sneak to her bed in the middle of the night. She is protected even if she was lustful herself.
- Don’t be loud after 9pm
- Nobody shall say dirty or bad things about their women
- Your own jacket/outside suit has to be keeped in the stables
- Nobody can pee inside at night
- Farting is allowed.
(Really unsure about these translations)
“She is protected even if she was lustful herself.”
Definitely still relevant today.