Please supply more details about the book.
It is a convention in cert exam books that they assume fields and imports have been declared before the code blocks. In which case that code might compile after all.
No, that's not the issue. The only way that code could compile is if we assume an additional static initializer block. Otherwise the final field "type" is not initialized. That's the problem at line 2.
Also, the field "volume" has never been declared - that one could be solved by assuming an unseen field declaration for "volume". But frankly, that seems a stretch too. Exam code may omit imports, sure... but field declarations? That seems a bridge too far, I think.
To be fair, it's possible that different compilers report the location of the error differently. Because the problem is really a combination of line 2, declaring an unassigned final variable, and line 5 or 6, reaching the end of a constructor without anyone having set the value for that final variable. Plus the fact that line 5 mentions a different variable, undeclared.