§ 4104.01 Boiler definitions
§ 4104.02 Board of building standards – powers and duties
§ 4104.03 Rights of municipal corporations
§ 4104.04 Exemptions – safety devices
§ 4104.05 Operation of boilers and stationery steam engines
§ 4104.06 Inspectors – rules – right of entry
§ 4104.07 Inspector of boilers and unfired pressure vessels – application for examination – certification
§ 4104.08 Director of commerce may appoint general and special inspectors
§ 4104.09 Revoking certificate of competency or commission
§ 4104.10 Inspection of unfired pressure vessels
§ 4104.101 Registration and permits from division of industrial compliance
§ 4104.11 Inspecting boilers
§ 4104.12 Inspecting boiler installation
§ 4104.13 Interval inspection of boilers
§ 4104.14 Preparing boiler for inspection
§ 4104.15 Certificates of inspection and operation
§ 4104.16 Notifying superintendent of the division of industrial compliance of safety defect or of relocation
§ 4104.17 Certificates of operation – issuance and renewal
§ 4104.18 Fees
§ 4104.19 Operator’s license
§ 4104.20 Boiler operation
§ 4104.21 Effect of child support default on license or certificate
§ 4104.31 Historical boiler definitions
§ 4104.32 Operating historical boiler in place open to public
§ 4104.33 Historical boilers licensing board
§ 4104.34 Historical boilers licensing board – powers and duties
§ 4104.35 License to operate historical boiler in place open to public
§ 4104.36 Certificate of operation and inspection of historical boiler
§ 4104.37 Exemption for small boilers
§ 4104.41 Power or process piping definitions
§ 4104.42 Owner to ensure compliance with pressure piping standards
§ 4104.43 Board of building standards to adopt requirements for building services piping
§ 4104.44 Welding and brazing to conform to industry standards
§ 4104.45 Inspectors or testing witnesses to be certified
§ 4104.46 Design, installation, and testing of nonflammable medical gas and vacuum piping systems
§ 4104.48 Prohibitions
§ 4104.99 Penalty

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