§ 153.19  ELECTRICAL STANDARDS.
   (A)   Every dwelling shall be wired for electrical lights and convenience receptacles.
   (B)   No receptacles, ceiling fixtures, or other fixtures shall be hanging loose.
   (C)   All switches and receptacles shall be safely operable.
   (D)   Every habitable room shall contain not less than two (2) wall-type electrical convenience receptacles connected in such manner as required by the National Electrical Code.
   (E)   There shall be installed in every habitable room, bathroom, laundry room, hallway, stairway and furnace room at least one supplied ceiling or wall type electrical light fixture; provided, further, that the ceiling light fixture may be omitted in a living room and bedrooms, provided three (3) electrical convenience receptacles are installed, one (1) of which is controlled from a wall switch.
   (F)   There shall be no unsafe wiring.
   (G)   There shall be no drop or extension cords in excess of six (6) feet in length.
   (H)   No circuits shall be overloaded. Fuses shall be sized correctly and not bridged out.
   (I)   All fixtures, receptacles, equipment in every public hall and stairway in every multiple dwelling unit shall be adequately lighted by electrical lights at all times when natural light is not sufficient. All wiring to be installed and maintained shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
(Ord. passed 2-18-92; Am. Ord. O-1999-37, passed 6-15-99; Am. Ord. O-1999-61, passed 10-5-99) Penalty, see § 10.99