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CODE OF ORDINANCES

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THE CITY OF NEW YORK

INCLUDING

THE SANITARY CODE, THE BUILDING

CODE AND PARK REGULATIONS

ADOPTED JUNE 20, 1916

WITH ALL AMENDMENTS TO JANUARY 1, 1922

COMPILED AND ANNOTATED

BY

ARTHUR F. COSBY

PORMERLY ABSISTANT CORPORATION COUNSBL

THE BANKS LAW PUBLISHING COMPANY
23 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK

JS 1224

A3
1922

COPYRIGHT, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914,
1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1922.

BY
THE BANKS LAW PUBLISHING COMPANY.

97.

CODE OF ORDINANCES

OF THE

CITY OF NEW YORK

AN ORDINANCE constituting the Code of Ordinances of the City of

New York

BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Aldermen of the City of New York as follows:

Sec. 1. The following shall constitute

THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

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Article 1. City debt and sinking funds.

2. Contracts..
3. Real estate.
4. The mayor.
5. The president of the board of aldermen.
6. The comptroller.
7. The borough presidents.
8. Corporation counsel.
9. City marshals.
10. City surveyors.
11. Public administrator.
12. Public employment bureau.
13. Taxes and assessments.
14. Miscellaneous regulations.

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.14-17 17-22 .22–24

24 24

25 . 25-26

26 .26-27 .27-28

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29 29-30

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Article 1. General provisions.

49-55 55-58 58-63 64-66 66–73

73 .73–75 76-82 .82–84 .84-87 .87-88

.89–94

2. Materials...
3. Working stresses and loads.
4. Classification of buildings.
5. Restricted areas.
6. Height, size and arrangement.
7. Light and ventilation.
8. Exit facilities..
9. Projections beyond building line.
10. Safeguards during construction.
11. Partition fences and walls..
12. Excavations and foundations.
13. Masonry construction.
14. Wood construction..
15. Iron and steel construction.
16. Reinforced concrete construction.
17. Fireproof construction.
18. Safeguards against the spread of fire.
19. Chimneys and heating apparatus. .
20. Roofing and roof structures.
21. Miscellaneous requirements.
22. Frame buildings.
23. Buildings of a public character.
24. Motion-picture theatres..
25. Theatres and other places of amusement..
26.
27. Elevators.
28. Fire extinguishing appliances.
29. Plumbing and other systems of piping:
30. Altering, changing or demolishing buildings.
31. Unsafe buildings and collapsed structures.
32. Enforcement of chapter....

94-100
100-102
. 102-106
. 106-109
110-116
116-122
122-129
129-132
132–133
133-136
136-137
137-141
. 141-150

150–153 153–154 154-156

156 156–161 . 161-167

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DOCKS, FERRIES AND HARBOR CONTROL
Article 1. General provisions.

2. Apportionment of wharf property.
3. Buildings and structures on wharf property
4. Maintenance of wharf property..
5. Discharge and storage of cargoes..
6. Wharfage rates.
7. Ferries..
8. Protection of navigation.

173 173–176 176-178 . 178-181

181-182 182-185

185 . 185-186

CHAPTER 9

ELECTRICAL CONTROL

Article 1. General provisions..

187-191 2. Generators, motors, switchboards.

191-197 3. Outside work.

197–200 4. Inside work...

.200–229 5. Fittings, materials and details of construction... 229–258 6. Miscellaneous.

.258-262 7. Violations.

262

CHAPTER 10

EXPLOSIVES AND HAZARDOUS TRADES

Regulations of the Municipal Explosives Commission Article 1. General provisions.

263-268 2. Certificates and permits.

268-270 3. Bonds and fees..

.270-275 4. Manufacture, storage, sale, transportation and use of explosives.

.275-284 5. Ammunition.

.285-286 6. Fireworks.

.286-290 7. Matches.

.290-291

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