(a)   Six black line or blue prints or photostatic copies of the final or record plat of the subdivision, or of any part of a larger subdivision, shall be submitted to the Commission for approval.  The final plat shall be drawn on muslin-backed white paper, twenty-two inches wide by thirty inches long.  When more than one sheet is used for any plat, each  sheet shall be numbered consecutively and shall contain a notation giving the total number of sheets.  There shall be a binding margin of one and one-half inches on the left side of the thirty-inch length and a one- inch margin on all other sides.  The plat shall be drawn on a scale of one hundred feet or less to the inch.  Such scale shall be indicated on the plat graphically.
   (b)   When a street is on a circular curve, the main chord of the centerline shall be drawn as a dotted line in its proper place; and either on it, or in an adjoining table, shall be noted its bearing and length, the radius of the circle of which the curve is a part, the central angle subtended, the bearing of the radius at the point of curve, the angle between the main chord and the tangent to the curve and the chord length and deflection angles used in staking out the survey.  The lot lines on the street sides may be shown in the same manner or by bearings and distances.  When a curve of two hundred feet radius or less is used, it is sufficient to show the length and bearing of the main chord, the radius at one end of the curve and the central angle subtended.
   (c)   In addition, the plat shall clearly show the following features and information:
      (1)   Boundary lines.  All plat boundary lines with lengths of courses to hundredths of a foot and bearings to half minutes.  These boundaries shall be determined by an accurate survey in the field, which shall be balanced and closed with an error of closure of not to exceed one to three thousand.
      (2)   Recorded streets.  The exact location and the width along the property line of all existing recorded streets intersecting or paralleling the boundaries of the tract.
      (3)   Bearings and distances.  True bearings and distances to nearest established street bounds, patent or other established survey lines or other official monuments, which monuments shall be located or accurately described on the plat.  Any patent or other established survey or corporation lines shall be accurately monument-marked and located on the plat, and their names shall be lettered on them.
      (4)   Monuments.  The accurate location and material of all permanent reference monuments.
      (5)   Layout.  The exact layout, including:
         A.   Streets and alley lines, their names, bearings, angles of intersection and widths, including widths along the line of any obliquely intersecting street.
         B.   The length of all arcs, radii, points of curvature and tangent bearings.
         C.   All easements and rights-of-way, when provided for or owned by public services, with the limitation of the easement rights definitely stated on the plat.
         D.   All lot lines with dimensions in feet and hundredths, and with bearings and angles to minutes if other than right angles to the street and alley lines.
      (6)   Lots and block numbers.  Lots numbered in numerical order.  In tracts containing more than a block, the blocks shall be lettered in alphabetical order.  In the case of resubdivision of lots in any block, such resubdivided lots shall be designated by their original number prefixed with the term most accurately describing such division, such as “w ½ of 3", “N 40" of 5, “etc., or they shall be designated numerically, beginning with the number following the highest lot number in the block.
      (7)   Property offered for dedication.  The accurate outline of all property which is offered for dedication for public use, and of all property that may be reserved by covenant in the deeds for the common use of the property owners in the subdivisions, with the purpose indicated thereon.  All lands dedicated to public use other than streets or roads shall be marked “Dedicated to the Public.”  Streets and roads not dedicated shall be marked “Private Street.”
      (8)   Watercourses.  In case the subdivision is traversed by a watercourse, channel, stream or creek, the prior or present location of such watercourse, channel, stream or creek.
      (9)   Setback lines.  Setback building lines as fixed by the Zoning Ordinance or the official street map and any other setback lines or street lines established by public authority, and those stipulated in the deed restrictions, but in no case shall the setback line be less than twenty-five feet.
      (10)   Deed restrictions.  Private restrictions, if any, including boundaries of each type of use restrictions; and other private restrictions for each definitely restricted section of the subdivision.
      (11)   Name of subdivision.  Name of subdivision and name or number of the larger subdivision or tract of which the tract now subdivided forms a part.
      (12)   Adjoining subdivisions; lakes, etc.  Names and locations of adjoining subdivisions and location and ownership of adjoining unsubdivided property.  Where provisions are made for access to an adjoining lake or stream, a sketch illustrating such access shall be submitted.
      (13)   Names of owner, etc.  Names and addresses of the owner of record, the subdivider and the engineer or surveyor.
      (14)   North point, etc.  North point, scale, date and title. 
      (15)   Statement concerning lot area.  A statement that any lot transferred will have a minimum width and area substantially the same as those shown on the plat, and that only one principal building will be permitted on any such lot.  The area of each lot containing an area of one acre or more shall be shown on the plat.
      (16)   Affidavits and certificates.  Affidavits and certificates by a registered professional engineer or surveyor to the effect that he has fully complied with the requirements of this chapter and the subdivision laws of the State in surveying, dividing and mapping the land; that the plat is a correct representation of all the exterior boundaries of the land surveyed and the subdivision of it; that the plat represents a survey made by him; and that all monuments indicated thereon actually exist and their location, size and material are correctly shown.
      (17)   Owner’s certificate.  A certificate by the owner of the land in substantially the following form: “As owner I hereby certify that I caused the land described on this plat to be surveyed, divided, mapped and dedicated as represented on the plat.”  This certificate shall be executed as a conveyance, if executed.
      (18)   Certificate of taxes paid.  A certificate issued by the authorized city and county officials to the effect that there are no unpaid taxes or unpaid special assessments on any of the lands included in the plat.
         (11-4-85, §6.)