Chapter 8.32STORING OF AUTOMOBILES IN PUBLIC OR PRIVATE GARAGES

Sections:

8.32.010
Construction.
8.32.020
Storage of gasoline.
8.32.030
Violation – Penalty.
8.32.010Construction.

It is unlawful for any person, firm, company or corporation to conduct or maintain in the city, a public or private garage in which more than one automobile or machine using gasoline, alcohol, or other explosive for fuel or power, are housed for the purpose of storing or repairing, unless the floor of the building on which the automobiles are housed, stored, or repaired is of concrete and the main division walls separating such room or rooms from adjoining room or stores, are for a distance of six feet up from the floor or floors made of brick and mortar or stone and mortar or concrete or lined or coated with concrete.

(Ord. 138 § 1 (part), 1912)

8.32.020Storage of gasoline.

All gasoline storage tanks shall be placed outside of the building as directed by the chief of the fire department, and the owner and occupants of such building shall comply with all ordinances regulating the storage, sale, and use of oils, gasoline, and explosives and as directed by the chief of the fire department.

(Ord. 138 § 1 (part), 1912)

8.32.030Violation – Penalty.

Any person, firm, company or corporation violating any of the provisions of this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in any sum not less than ten dollars and not more than one hundred dollars.