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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. All material, devices or appliances necessary or convenient in the conduction, safe-guarding or use of electrical energy at a potential of 15 volts or more.
ELECTRICAL WIRING. The necessary materials and devices for use in the conduction of electrical energy at a potential of 15 volts or more from a source of supply to a point of utilization.
ELECTRICAL WORK. Any act necessary or convenient in connection with the installation, altering, repairing or maintaining of an electrical system, or intended for carrying electrical energy at a potential of 15 volts or more.
INSPECTOR. Any individual duly appointed by competent authority for enforcing the provisions of this chapter.
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN. A person who has served at least five years as an apprentice electrician.
MASTER ELECTRICIAN. Any person having a regular place of business in his name, who by the employment of electricians performs the work of installing wires, conduits, apparatus, fixtures or other appliances for carrying or using electricity for light, heat or power, at a potential of 15 volts or more.
(1967 Code, § 6-1) (Ord. passed 11-14-1966)
Authority of city to regulate the construction of buildings, see Conn. Gen. Stat. § 7-148