(A)   When the applicant hereunder has complied with all the provisions of the ordinances of the village, a permit shall then be issued by the Superintendent authorizing the connection to be made and all plumbing and plumbing work in any manner or way connected therewith to be done.  Nothing in the permit contained shall be construed to permit or authorize any such connection or use of water to be made, had or maintained contrary to the provisions of this chapter, nor shall it be understood to authorize anything not explicitly and truthfully stated in the application.
   (B)   A special permit must be obtained for each connection serving a single building, residence, premises or place.
   (C)   (1)   When branch connections are used to serve additional buildings, residences, premises or places, a permit must be obtained for each branch serving a single building, residence, premises or place. No branch shall, however, extend more than 30 feet on either side from the connection. No branches shall be used or installed unless it can be done without impairing the convenience and ability to extinguish fires, and for this purpose no permit for a branch shall be issued unless first approved by the Committee on Fire and Water.
      (2)   Whenever branches are used with any such connection, the applicant for the main connection or the person in his or her successor or suing the same shall be responsible for all the branches and the payments of the water rents or rates herein required and for the violation of any of the provisions of this chapter in the placing, using and maintenance of the branches.
(1983 Code, § 7-1-4)