(A)   (1)   It shall be unlawful for all owners, contractors or workers not qualified for doing all electrical wiring to, in any manner, interfere with any electrical wiring in or on any building whatsoever.  If, in any case, the wiring is in a position to interfere with the completion of the building as called for by the plans, the wiring contractor must be notified to have it changed.  No wood or metal work is to be placed within one inch of any electrical conductor.
      (2)   On inspecting the electrical wiring of any building, the Inspector shall leave a notice in the form of a tag or label attached to the service.  This notice shall clearly state whether the wiring is approved or is to be kept open for corrections, and no work people shall lathe, seal or in any manner conceal any electrical wiring until he knows positively that it has been approved.
   (B)   The Inspector must in all cases inspect any electrical wiring within the corporate limits of the city within 48 hours of the receipt of the notice from the electric wiring contractor that the work is completed, holiday, Saturday and Sunday not included in this time.  All steam fitting, furnace work, gas fittings and telephone wiring shall be completed, and no wiring shall be considered as complete until the above work referred to is in.
(`90 Code, § 4-33)