§ 150.08  REQUIREMENTS EXCEEDING STANDARDS OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE.
   (A)   Except as to single-family, free-standing residences, it is the duty of the owner and builder, when performing new additions, alterations, or remodeling of existing buildings or construction of new buildings within the “fire limits” of the city as defined in § 150.17, to assure that all interior electrical wiring shall be installed inside metal conduit.
   (B)   It is the duty of the owner and builder, when performing new additions, alterations, or remodeling of existing commercial or industrial buildings, when performing new additions, alterations or remodeling of all places of assembly as defined in the National Electric Code, when performing new additions, alterations or remodeling of those areas of residential buildings used for industrial or commercial purposes, or when performing construction of new industrial or commercial buildings in all areas within the jurisdiction of the Zoning Ordinance, to assure that all interior electrical wiring shall be installed inside metal conduit.
   (C)   This section shall not apply to guest  houses as defined in § 154.406(D)(7).
('69 Code, § 5-6A)  (Ord. O-89-12, passed 6-26-89; Am. Ord. O-04-30, passed 12-13-04; Am. Ord. O-05-02, passed 2-28-05) Penalty, see § 150.99