36-16-30. Installation inspection fees--Number of inspections--Promulgation of rules.

The State Electrical Commission may promulgate rules, pursuant to chapter 1-26, to establish and collect installation inspection fees for: new residential installations, based on ampere capacity not to exceed three hundred dollars plus circuits; service connections on other installations, based on ampere capacity not to exceed three hundred seventy-five dollars plus circuits; circuit installations or alterations, based on ampere capacity not to exceed fifty dollars; remodeling work for each opening or connection not to exceed three dollars each and one dollar and fifty cents for each additional opening or connection, lighting fixture not to exceed three dollars for the first forty fixtures and not to exceed one dollar and fifty cents for each additional lighting fixture, motor or special equipment not to exceed eighteen dollars; apartment buildings per unit not to exceed fifty dollars; outdoor or area lighting per lighting standard not to exceed sixty dollars; field irrigation systems not to exceed one hundred dollars plus three dollars per motor; mobile home service and feeders not to exceed eighty dollars per unit; recreational vehicle service not to exceed twenty dollars per unit; swimming pools not to exceed two hundred dollars; each late correction order or wiring permit procedure not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars; carnivals and seasonal dwellings for each generator or transformer and reinspection of each unit not to exceed thirty dollars; wiring permits not to exceed fifteen dollars; modular homes and structures manufactured out-of-state not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars per day plus travel and living expenses.

The commission may also promulgate rules, pursuant to chapter 1-26, to set an allotted number of inspections for each installation under this section.

Source: SL 1963, ch 216, § 5 (2); SL 1967, ch 128, § 2; SL 1986, ch 302, § 25; SL 1994, ch 303; SL 1995, ch 221, § 3; SL 2009, ch 184, § 3; SL 2011, ch 179, § 5; SL 2020, ch 160, § 2.