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(A) Permitted uses. Permitted uses in the "D" Neighborhood Shop District include:
(1) Residential uses including boarding and lodging houses but not on the first floor.
(2) Barber shop or beauty parlor.
(3) Florist shop.
(4) Institutions of an educational, religious, or philanthropic nature.
(5) Lodge hall.
(6) Messenger or telegraph service station.
(8) Painting and decorating shop.
(9) Parking lots.
(10) Photographer's or artist's studio.
(12) Sales or show room.
(13) Store or shop for the conduct of a retail business.
(14) Shoe repair shop.
(15) Tailor shop.
(B) Permitted uses in the “E” Central Business District include the above uses and:
(3) Bakery, whose entire products are sold at retail on the premises.
(4) Business or commercial school, dancing or music academy.
(5) Catering establishments.
(6) Dyeing and cleaning works employing not more than five persons on the premises and which use a cleaning fluid whose base is a material other than petroleum.
(7) Electric repair shop.
(8) Hospitals and clinics for animals.
(9) Laundry employing not more than five persons on the premises.
(10) Plumbing shop.
(11) Printing shop.
(12) Public garage and automobile sales room.
(14) Tinsmithing shop.
(15) Tire repair shop.
(C) Conditional uses in the “D” Neighborhood Shop District include:
(1) Any public building erected and used by the department of the village, township, county, state, or federal government.
(2) Clubs, incorporated and not operated for profit.
(3) Filling stations.
(4) Retail rental self-service laundry shop.
(D) Conditional uses in the “E” Central Business District include the above uses and:
(1) Used car sales or storage lots.
(2) Undertaking establishments.
(E) Accessory uses. Permitted and conditional uses in the Commercial Districts may have not more than 40% of the floor area devoted to industry or storage purposes incidental to the primary use; provided that not more than five employees shall be employed at any time on the premises in any such incidental use.