§ 150.049  NUMBER OF OUTLETS ALLOWED.
   (A)   No wire smaller than number 12 shall be used on any branch circuit.
   (B)   Drop cords must not be installed in closets or in places where wearing apparel is likely to be hung.
   (C)   No meter service shall be smaller than 100 amperes capacity.
   (D)   All lights in bathrooms, toilets, kitchens, laundry rooms or basements shall be controlled by wall switches and must be grounded; also all outside outlets must be grounded. All receptacles must be grounded.
   (E)   On all three wire installations the load must be balanced as nearly as possible with respect to each side of the system.
   (F)   Not more than ten lighting or receptacle outlets shall be installed on any one circuit in a residence.
   (G)   Whenever a fuse is required by the provisions of this subchapter, the requirement may be met by the use of an approved circuit breaker for such purpose. Whenever a switch and a switch breaker and fuses are required, an approved manually operated circuit breaker may be used. If a circuit breaker is used, there shall be an overcurrent unit in each ungrounded conductor of the circuit.
   (H)   No aluminum wire smaller than #6 A.W.G. shall be used.
(`93 Code, § 5-305)  (Ord. 1059, passed 4-10-84; Am. Ord. 1155, passed 12-11-90; Am. Ord. 1363, passed 3-12-02)