Here we see an all-too-common violation of the requirements set forth in 590.3(B). This section of the Code says, "Temporary electric power and lighting installations shall be permitted for a period not to exceed 90 days for holiday decorative lighting and similar purposes." Given the fact that this picture is of a house in the northeastern United States — and the trees are in full bloom — it’s safe to assume that the 90-day limit imposed by this Code rule has been exceeded. As such, the "icicle" lighting string should have been removed at some point prior to the time when this picture was taken.