The provisions of the “Ohio Building Code” shall apply to the construction, alteration, movement, enlargement, replacement, repair, equipment, use and occupancy, location, maintenance, removal and demolition of every building or structure or any appurtenances connected or attached to such buildings or structures.  No building or its equipment or accessories, to which the rules of the Board shall be erected, constructed, or installed, except in conformity with the rules of the Board.
   (a)   Detached one-, and two-, and three-family dwellings and structures incidental to those dwellings which are not constructed as industrialized units shall comply with local residential codes, if any, adopted by the authority having jurisdiction.  This exception does not include the energy provisions required in “Chapter 13, Energy Efficiency” of the OBC (see Sections 3781.06, 3781.181, and 3781.182 of the Ohio Revised Code).
   (b)   Buildings owned by and used for a function of the United States government.
   (c)   Buildings or structures which are incident to the use for agricultural purposes of the land on which said buildings or structures are located, provided such buildings or structures are not used in the business of retail trade; for the purposes of this section, a building or structure is not considered used in the business of retail trade if fifty percent (50%) or more of the gross income received from sales of products in the building or structure by the owner or operator is from sales of products produced or raised in a normal crop year on farms owned or operated by the seller (see Sections 3781.06 and 3781.061 of the Ohio Revised Code).
   (d)   Agricultural labor camps.
   (e)   Type A or Type B family days-care homes.
   (f)   Buildings or structures which are designed, constructed, and maintained in accordance with federal standards and regulations and are used primarily for federal and state military purposes where the U.S. secretary of defense, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. Sections 18233(a)(1) and 18237, has acquired by purchase, lease, or transfer, and constructs, expands, rehabilitates, or corrects and equips, such buildings or structures as he determines to be necessary to carry out the purposes of Chapter 1803 of the U.S.C.
   (g)   Manufactured homes constructed under “24 CFR Part 3280,” “Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards.”
(Ord. 2003-058.  Passed 6-9-03.)