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1-A-Acids, Carbonic.
Fee for a permit to transfer Carbonic Acid to a container of
lower pressure, for distribution to the trade..

$5 00 1-B-Acids, Carbonic. Fee for a permit to transfer Carbonic Acid to a container of

lower pressure, for use only by the operator at his own retail
soda water stand..

1 00 2. Ammunition for small-arms: to load by hand.

5 00 to store and sell: in quantities specified in 8 81.

50 00 in quantities not exceeding 25 per cent. of quantities specified in § 81.

10 00 to use blank cartridge on the stage.

2 00 3. Barbers' supplies, manufacturers of, when applications do

not exceed 2 bbls. Columbian spirits, 100 lbs. essential
oils, 1 bbl. grain alcohol..

2 00 4. Black powder, blasting powder or smokeless powder: to store 14 to 250 pounds.

10 00 under 14 pounds.

5 00 5. Calcium carbide: to store, less than 600 pounds.

10 00 more than 600 pounds..

25 00 6. Collodion, in factories where used as an ingredient of a manufactured product.

10 00 7. Combustible mixtures: to manufacture.

25 00 to store and sell.

2 00 8. Confectionery supplies, manufacturers of, when applica

tions do not exceed 7 bbls. alcohol, 1,500 lbs. glycerine,
750 lbs. essential oils, 500 lbs. flavoring, 250 lbs. shellac,
3 tons cotton seed oil, 5 bales excelsior, 2 gals. benzine,
10 lbs. amyl acetate, 50 gals. cologne spirits, 25 lbs. sul-
phuric acid, 7 lbs. ether..

10 00 9. Drug store, or drug or chemical supply-house: to maintain and operate, wholesale.

10 00 to maintain and operate, retail..

2 00 10. Electric light and power station, when applications do

not exceed 20 gals. gasoline, 5 gals. benzine, 5 gals.
muriatic acid, 5 gals. nitric acid, gal. ether, 100 gals.
paints, 5 gals. alcohol, 2 bbls. varnish ..

5 00 11. Electric and other blasting caps, to store and sell.

25 00 12. Explosives:

to bring into the city and sell:
to transport and deliver.

250 00 for each vessel carrying locally.

50 00 for each vehicle delivering locally.

50 00

25 00 each magazine, first class.

25 00 second class.

20 00 third class.

15 00 fourth class.

10 00 fifth class.

5 00 13. Essential oils, storage and sale: 500 pounds and over.

10 00 100-500 lbs...

5 00 not exceeding 100 lbs..

2 00

to use.....

14. Firecrackers, to store in warehouse.

$25 00 15. Fireworks: to manufacture and store.

100 00 to store and sell, at any one time: wholesale market value of $1,500.

25 00 of wholesale market value of $500.

10 00 16. Fuel oil, storage and use of 5 bbls. to 50 bbls.

5 00 over 50 bbls. to 100 bbls..

10 00 over 100 bbls...

25 00 17. Garage, to maintain and operate:

storage-one gasoline storage tank, where the garage con-
tains not more than two motor vehicles..

5 00 one gasoline storage tank, where the garage contains

more than two but not more than four motor vehicles... 10 00 one gasoline storage tank, where the garage contains

more than four but not more than six motor vehicles.... 15 00 one gasoline storage tank, where the garage contains more than six motor vehicles ..

25 00 each additional gasoline storage tank.

10 00 non-storage--where the garage contains not more than four motor vehicles ..

5 00 each additional motor vehicle.

2 00 But in no case shall the maximum fee for a permit to maintain and operate a non-storage garage exceed $25.

Subject, however, to the provisions of subdivision 2, of section 150 of this chapter.

The unit capacity of storage tanks for purposes of fee shall be 275 gallons, or major portion thereof. (Amend. Aug. 8, 1916.)

The fee for a permit for a one-story garage, divided into individual stalls or compartments, storing one or more motor vehicles, or for a number of individual garages erected on the same plot of ground, 'in cases where a person continuously in charge of the premises has and can give access to all compartments, shall be based on the total number of motor vehicles, or buried tanks, as provided for in non-storage or storage garages in this section.

Adopted May 8, 1917. Became effective May 22, 1917.
18. Gas fixtures, manufacturers of, when applications do not

exceed 3 carboys nitric acid, 3 carboys muriatic acid,
3 carboys oil of vitriol, 6 bags of sawdust, 6 bales excelsior,
5 gals. alcohol, 5 gals. benzine, 10 gals. lacquer, 10 gals.
turpentine.

2 00 19. Gases:

to generate and compress acetylene and other combus

tible gases, including storage of necessary carbide... 50 00 same, pressure not to exceed 15 lbs. to sq. in..

5 00 to generate and compress non-combustible...

25 00 to store, and sell gases compressed to a pressure ex

ceeding 15 lbs. to the square inch in quantities greater
than those specified in $ 211, subdivision 1.....

10 00
to store and use in quantities greater than those specified
in 8 211, subdivision 1.

5 00 to store tanks or cylinders of acetylene, not exceeding 2,500 cu. ft......

5 00 to use oxygen in blow-pipe with combustible gas.

5 00

20. Hydro-carbon and other coal-tar products: to distill, handle and transport..

$100 00 21. Inflammable mixtures: to manufacture...

50 00 except where no volatile inflammable oil or inflammable coal-tar product is stored on the premises..

10 00 to store, sell or use in excess of 250 gals.

10 00 from 50 to 250 gals..

5 00 for quantities not exceeding 50 gals.

2 00 22. Inflammable motion-picture films, to store: 5 reels, 5,000 feet, to 10 reels, 10,000 feet..

10 00 10 reels, 10,000 feet, to 30 reels, 30,000 feet.

25 00 30 reels, 30,000 feet to 100 reels, 100,000 feet.

50 00 100 reels, 100,000 feet, to 150 reels, 150,000 feet.

75 00 150 reels, 150,000 feet, and over.

100 00 to conduct motion-picture studio separate from a manufacturing and developing plant..

25 00 to print and develop.

100 00 23. Kerosene and other illuminating oils, to store and sell in quantities not exceeding 275 gals..

10 00 24. Liquors, spirits or alcohols, to manufacture, distill, rectify or store.

10 00 25. Machine oils, lubricating and other heavy oils, to store and sell, over 5 bbls..

10 00 26. Matches: to manufacture.

25 00 to store and sell, less than 500 matchman's gross.

5 00 less than 5,000 matchman's gross.

10 00 more than 5,000 matchman's gross

50 00 27. Motor-vehicle repair-shop, to maintain and operate.

10 00 for storing volatile inflammable oils for each tank of 275 gals. or less an additional fee of .....

15 00 28. Nickel plating establishment, when applications do not

exceed 5 carboys of nitric acid, 5 carboys of oil of vitriol,

5 carboys of ammonia, 5 carboys of muriatic acid...... 2 00 29. Nitro-cellulose products: to store and use in manufacture, 100 lbs. or more..

50 00 less than 100 lbs.....

10 00 to collect, transport or store scraps of .

5 00 30. Oils and fats, to store. .

10 00 31. Paints, varnishes or lacquers: to manufacture, mix or compound, generally.

50 00 paints only.

25 00 to store and sell, 500 gals. or more.

25 00 100 to 500 gals..

10 00 less than 100 gals..

2 00 to store and use, 500 gals. or more.

10 00 100 to 500 gals.

5 00 20 to 100 gals..

2 00 32. Petroleum, to refine and distill..

300 00 33. Petroleum, shale oil and the liquid products thereof and

of coal tar:
to storage in a storage plant:
volatile inflammable oils in quantities not exceeding

1,650 gallons, or other oils not exceeding 3,300
gallons.

25 00
other oils, 3,300 gallons to 10,000 gallons, an additional
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volatile inflammable oils or other oils in excess of
above amounts.

.$100 00
to store and sell:
not over 550 gallons.

20 00 at retail, not over 100 gals.

10 00 to use for construction work on streets or buildings under construction.

2 00 34. Photo-engravers, when applications do not exceed 15

carboys of nitric acid, 5 carboys acetic acid, 2 bbls.
wood alcohol, 10 gals. of turpentine, 15 gals, ether,
5 gals. benzole, 5 gals. benzine, 15 gals. collodion, 15
carboys muriatic acid, 10 gals. high proof spirits, 2 gals.
rubber cement, 2 pounds soluble cotton.

5 00 35. Refrigerating plants: capacity of 10 tons or less.

5 00 capacity of 10 tons to 50 tons.

10 00 capacity of over 50 tons.

20 00 Except as above provided, fees for permits shall be

fixed by the fire commissioner. 36. Rubber cement (12 gal. benzine to be permitted to be stored as a solvent) not to exceed 5 gals..

1 00 37. Technical establishment, to operate and maintain.

25 00 38. Volatile inflammable oils:

to store and sell to motor boats, not over 10,000 gals..... 25 00
in approved buried system, used to fill fuel tanks of

motor vehicles owned by the owner of such system
which are stored on other premises.

10 00 to store and use, not more than 10 gals..

2 00 more than 10 gals. and less than 55 gals...

5 00 to store and use in dry-cleaning or dry-dyeing plant: 275 gals. or over.

50 00 70 to 275 gals...

20 00 not exceeding 70 gals . .

10 00 to store and sell at an oil selling station up to 550 gals., 20 00

each additional unit of 275 gals. or portion thereof.. 10 00 (As amend. May 25, 1915 and Aug. 8, 1916.)

Board has power to require as a license fee a sum reasonable in amount to defray expense of issuing and recording license. Mayor v. Miller, 12 Daly, 496.

§ 44. Fees for special permits.-For a special permit the applicant shall pay the fee fixed by the fire commissioner at the time of authorizing the permit.

$ 45. 1. No charitable institution in the City of New York which serves the public free of charge shall be required to pay any fees for the maintenance and operation of a storage or non-storage garage which is exclusively used for the housing of a motor vehicle, or motor vehicles, owned by and employed in connection with such institutions. Adopted December 12, 1916. Became effective December 26, 1916.

2. No charitable institution in the City of New York which serves the public free of charge shall be required to pay any fees for any permit required under the provisions of this chapter of the Code of Ordinances, provided the article, thing, substance or compound for which the permit is issued is owned and used by such institution for charitable purposes. Adopted May 8, 1917. Became effective May 22, 1917.

ARTICLE 4

MANUFACTURE, STORAGE, SALE, TRANSPORTATION AND USE OF EXPLOSIVES Sec. 60. Manufacture prohibited. $61. Storage, sale, transportation, use or possession of explosives,

generally. $ 62. Packing and marking. § 63. Magazines. § 64. Delivery by vehicle. 8 65. Vessels carrying explosives. § 66. Report of deliveries. Š 67. Blasting caps.

68. Black powder, blasting powder, or smokeless powder.

69. Use; blasting. Storage of large quantities of explosives is a nuisance. Ricker v. McDonald, 89 App. Div. 300.

Sec. 60. Manufacture prohibited.—No person shall manufacture electric fuses, safety fuses, blasting caps, or explosives in the city.

$ 61. Storage, sale, transportation, use or possession of explosives, generally. 1. Permit.-No person shall transport, store, sell, deliver, use or have in his posession any explosive without a permit. But no permit shall be granted to any person other than a citizen of the United States.

2. Gun-cotton and soluble cotton. No person shall transport, store or sell any gun-cotton or soluble cotton, except in water-tight metal vessels containing no more than 10 pounds dry weight, and at least 20 per cent. of water. (Amend. May 25, 1915.)

3. Nitro-glycerine. 1. No person shall transport, store, keep, sell, deliver, use or have in his possession any liquid nitro-glycerine, nor shall any person store, transport or use between November 1st and March 15th any explosive which will freeze or deteriorate at a temperature higher than 10 degrees above zero F.; provided, that permits may be issued for the transportation and sale of nitro-glycerine in the form of tablets, pills or granules, in quantities not exceeding 10,000 pieces, containing no more than one-fiftieth of a grain each. No explosives containing nitro-glycerine, and not intended for use within the city, shall be stored or kept therein or landed at or upon any dock, pier or bulkhead thereof, except as prescribed by the fire commissioner. (Amend. May 25, 1915.)

4. Transportation or delivery. No person shall transport or deliver any explosive between sunset and sunrise, nor in a completed tunnel or subway under land or waters, or in or upon any public conveyance, nor shall any explosive be transported through, in or upon any street, except in the manner provided in § 64 of this chapter.

5. Supervision. No person shall bring into the city, nor transport, store, deliver or use any explosive therein unless same shall be continually under the care and supervision of one or more persons, each holding a certificate of fitness.

6. Unapproved kinds, types or brands. No permit shall be issued for the bringing into the city or for the transportation, storage, sale or use therein, of any explosive which is not of a type, kind or brand that has been examined, tested and approved by the fire commissioner.

862. Packing and marking. No person shall sell or deliver for use any explosive except in original and unbroken packages, and when packed as follows:

1. Dynamite and other blasting compounds containing a liquid which may exude-in strong wooden cases, lined with a liquid-proof paper lining sufficient to prevent the exudation of the liquid. Such cases shall be of two sizes only—to contain 50 pounds and 25 pounds of explosives, respectively.

2. Other blasting compounds (except black and smokeless powder)

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