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It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to manufacture, fabricate, assemble, install or repair any system, container, apparatus or appliance to be used for the transportation, storage, dispensing or utilization of liquefied petroleum gas, or to transport, handle or store the gas, unless the person has complied with and complies with all provisions of the law and ordinances relating thereto, and has any license or permit which may be required by state law. The standards for the storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gases adopted by the National Fire Protection Association and published in Pamphlet No. 58, including current and subsequent editions and any subsequent changes and/or additions to the pamphlet; the standards for the installation of gas appliances and gas piping adopted by the National Fire Protection Association and published in Pamphlet No. 54, including the current and any subsequent editions and any subsequent changes and/or additions to the pamphlet; and any additional rules or regulations promulgated by the State Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board pursuant to 52 O.S. §§ 420.1 et seq. shall have full force and effect within this city. Any violation of these rules and regulations shall be deemed a violation of the ordinances of the city and shall be punished accordingly.
(`90 Code, § 4-24)
Oil and gas wells, see §§ 4-265 et seq.