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   (a)   The Department shall cause to be inspected and tested once every year all elevator equipment or related devices governed by this Code. (Amended by Ord. No. 158,949, Eff. 6/21/84.)
   (b)   The Department shall have its representative present to witness all tests made on elevator safety devices, governors and other safety equipment. Every such device shall be stamped with the proper identification and date before the Department may approve such device for use. (Relettered (b) by Ord. No. 158,949, Eff. 6/21/84.)
   (c)   The Department shall charge and collect a fee for each periodic inspection made by the Department as follows: (Amended by Ord. No. 180,868, Eff. 10/22/09.)
      Private residence elevator.....$58.00
       (with automatic transfer).....$123.00
      Sidewalk elevator.....$162.00
      Hand elevator.....$58.00
      Escalator and Moving Walk.....$162.00
      Inclined Elevator.....$162.00
      Hydraulic Elevator - Direct Plunger and Cabled.....$162.00
      Cabled elevator:
       10 landings or under.....$214.00
       11 landings but under 20 landings.....$286.00
       21 landings and over.....$357.00
      Fire or Emergency Operation.....$84.00
      Seismic device operation.....$84.00
      Vertical Platform (wheelchair) Lift.....$71.00
      Inclined Platform (wheelchair) Lift.....$71.00
      Stairway Chair lift.....$71.00
      Material Lift with Automatic Transfer Device.....$214.00
      Vertical and Inclined Reciprocating Conveyor.....$214.00
      Rack and Pinion Elevator.....$214.00
      Special Purpose Personnel Elevator.....$214.00
      Automated Guided Vehicles on Guide Ways.....$143.00 per hour
      Conveyance used for Construction.....$143.00 per hour
   (d)   The periodic inspection fees for any conveyance not listed in Subsection (c), above, that is required to be inspected pursuant to this section, shall be based on similar devices as determined by LAMC Section 92.0202. (Amended by Ord. No. 185,587, Eff. 7/16/18.)