A.   Fire Limits And Outer Fire Limits:
      1.   All that portion of the city as described in ordinance 71 of said city shall constitute the fire limits of the city.
      2.   All that portion of the city, excepting that portion specified in ordinance 71 as appearing within the city fire limits of the city, shall be known as the outer fire limits of the city.
   B.   Constructing Or Moving Buildings; Permit Required:
      1.   No person shall, within said outer fire limits, erect or construct any building, or remove any building from one place to another without first obtaining a permit from the city council to do so.
      2.   Said permit may be granted by the city council by an application in writing containing the specification of the dimensions, number of stores, location, number, size and capacity of chimneys, a description of the supports and material to be used in the construction thereof.
      3.   The foregoing provisions of this subsection shall not apply to small outbuildings not closer than twenty feet (20') to any other buildings and in which at no time fire is kept. (Ord. 15.08)
      4.   Any person, whether owner, lessee, contractor or laborer who shall hereafter violate any of the provisions of this subsection shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction thereof, shall be subject to penalty as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code. (Ord. 15.08; amd. 2006 Code)
   C.   Chimneys And Stove Pipes:
      1.   Every building erected within the limits of said city wherein fires shall be intended to be used shall be furnished with at least one substantial brick chimney, or one of stone or other material equally as safe, and fire proof, securely plastered throughout and on the inside and also on the outside where passing through inaccessible places near wood work; and no person shall be allowed in any building hereafter erected within the city limits to run a stove pipe through the roof or side of the same nor in any place where said arrangements now exist within said limits, nor shall the same be allowed to continue after due notice to remove the same. Any violation of any of the provisions of this section shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject to penalty as provided in section 1-4-1 of this code, and every day of continued violation after due notice shall be deemed a separate offense punishable with a like fine.
      2.   In all buildings erected, repaired or altered within the city limits, when it shall be desired that a stove pipe shall pass through any partitioned wall of wood, or partly of wood, the same shall be secured by an iron or tin thimble with at least a two inch (2") air chamber; and where any pipe shall enter a chimney the same shall be provided with zinc, iron, tin or other similar material, an iron thimble securely fitted. Every stove, before use, shall be provided with equivalent to protect the wood underneath and around the said stove from taking fire therefrom. (Ord. 15.08)