1124.02 ACCESSORY USES IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS. 
   Accessory uses customarily incidental to a use permitted in a residential district or an apartment district shall be subject to the limitations stated herein:
   (a)    The office of a physician, dentist, surgeon, clergyman, architect, engineer, attorney or other professional person may be located in the dwelling or apartment used by such physician, dentist, surgeon, clergyman, architect, engineer, attorney or other professional person, as his private residence. Customary home occupations, including only uses conducted in dwellings, provided that no trading in merchandise is carried on, no personal physical service is performed (the work of a barber or cosmetologist shall be considered a trade), involving only the services of persons using the premises as their private residence and entailing no internal changes in the structural form of the buildings, such as the removal of partitions or floors or parts thereof, shall be permitted. No more than twenty-five percent of the area of one floor shall be used for such permitted use. Such permitted cases shall be restricted to those which are not offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise or vibration, to those which are not accompanied by an unreasonable number of calls or stops by either pedestrians or vehicles and to those uses of the premises that are not unsightly or otherwise objectionable, such as by reason of accumulation of materials or debris.
   (b)    No structure shall be erected which shall be designed or constructed with any special structural appearance for use as a business, trade or industry or other use conducted for gain. Such accessory buildings shall not occupy more than forty percent of the area of the required rear yard and in the case of a corner lot shall be located back of any required setback of a specific building line.
   (c)    No use shall be conducted in a residential district or in an apartment district employing the services of persons not residing on the premises, which is of a commercial nature involving sales or any operation or transaction of the manufacture, distribution, sale, collection, accounting or clerical record, except as herein permitted as an accessory use.
   (d)    A restaurant, public dining room, newsstand or other customary service may be located in an apartment house as an accessory use, provided that the public entrance to such dining room or restaurant is within the building and that no window or other display sign is used to advertise such use. Such facilities as are required for the operation of an apartment house or for the use of or entertainment of guests or tenants of the apartment house are permitted, when conducted or entered only from the interior of the building, provided no window or other display sign is used to advertise such use.
   (e)   A private garage shall be permitted as an accessory use and as regulated by Section 1126.14.
   (f)   Signs shall be permitted as an accessory use, only as regulated by Chapter 1127.
(Ord. 68-70. Passed 6-2-70; Ord. 34-95. Passed 6-6-95.)
   (g)   A home day care may be considered a home occupation as defined in Section 1121.05, provided that the operation meets all applicable state regulations and that the operation provides 100 square feet of fenced outdoor activity area per child in accordance with Section 1124.11(a)(4).
(Ord. 31-06. Passed 5-2-06.)