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   (a)   These new peepholes, or door interviewers, must bear a label showing the approval of the Department of Buildings or the previous approval of the Board of Standards and Appeals.
   (b)   The peepholes must be so located as to enable a person in such housing unit to view from the inside of the entrance door any person immediately outside.
   (c)   The distance above the inside finished floor to the center of the peephole shall be approximately 5 feet.
   (d)   The cutout shall not affect the adequacy of any stiffening member of the door.
   (e)   Peepholes installed prior to the enactment of the legislation will be acceptable unless the cutout for the peephole has affected the adequacy of any stiffening member of the door.
   (a)   All electrical work shall be done in accordance with the requirements and approval of the Department of Buildings.
   (b)   The installation shall be a separate circuit or connected to the house line servicing the public halls.
   (c)   The lights shall be encased in a metal guard or shatterproof globe.
   (d)   The lights of at least 50 watts of incandescent or equivalent illumination shall be placed on each side of the front entrance-way at a height of between 7 to 11 feet above floor level adjacent to such entrance-way and adequate to light same.
   (a)   Mirrors shall be made of polished metal.
   (b)   Mirrors shall be of such size and so located on the car wall opposite the car entrance so that a person entering the elevator may have a complete view of the interior of the car. It shall not be necessary to provide a view of the floor and ceiling.
   (c)   The mirror shall be so located as not to interfere with or endanger passengers in the elevator.
   (d)   Mirrors shall be mounted and secured so that they cannot be readily removed by the public.
   (a)   All electrical work shall be done in accordance with requirements and approval of the Department of Buildings.
   (b)   The installation shall be a separate circuit or connected to the house line servicing the public halls.
   (c)   The light or lights, shall be of at least 40 watts of incandescent or equivalent illumination.
   (d)   The lights shall be so located as to adequately light all portions of the rear yards, side yards, front yards and courts.
   (e)   Lights are not required in an inner court that is accessible only from the interior of the building and to which access is restricted for clean-out purposes.
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