(a)    Service switches, conduit and conductors shall be installed in accordance with the current issue of the National Electric Code and this article.
   (b)    A permit must be secured for any sign using electricity for light or motors.
   (c)    All outlets in buildings having masonry, concrete, terrazzo or tile floors, shall be grounded.
   (d)    Every wiring job composed of more than two circuits shall be fed with a three wire service.
   (e)    Regardless of the size wiring job, one inch shall be the minimum size conduit, from meter to distribution panel.
   (f)    Where more than one meter is served from a single service, all meters and means of disconnect shall be centrally located and grouped together. When there is more than one meter, a separate disconnect shall be provided for each meter.
   (g)    All main switches and submain switches, when grounded in meter room or some other approved location, must be plainly marked so the division, subdivision or separate occupancies of the building which they control can quickly and positively be identified.
   (h)    Service entrance cable may be used only on the line side of meter residence classified as old building in which nonmetallic wiring is in use. In new construction, service entrance cable may be used only for range and appliance.
   (i)    In all installation of receptacles and switches in basement surface mounted must be in E.M. tubing or conduit with connector and bushing at top where conductors enter.
   (j)    No alterations, additions or extensions shall be made which would place an overload upon the service conductors or overload the protective devices through which current is supplied.
   (k)    Installation of circuit breaker panels or fuse panels shall have a clearance of six feet horizontally or vertically (where available) from gas meter equipment, or on special permission from the Electrical Inspector.
(1978 Code Sec. 8-8)