Connecticut Law
Title 29 Public Safety And State Police


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Connecticut Laws | Title 29 Public Safety And State Police

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CHAPTER 528* DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

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Sec. 29-1. Appointment of commissioner.

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Sec. 29-1a.

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Sec. 29-1b. (Formerly Sec. 28e-1). Department of Public Safety. Commissioner. Deputy commissioners. Division of State Police.

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Sec. 29-1c. (Formerly Sec. 28e-2). Uniform crime reporting system.

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Sec. 29-1d. Local crime stoppers program. Definition. Evidence of certain communications not admissible.

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Sec. 29-1e. Missing Children Information Clearinghouse. Definitions. Duties. Missing child reports.

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Sec. 29-1f. Clearinghouse to assist in location of missing persons other than children.

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Sec. 29-1g. Child support enforcement. Special policemen. Appointment. Powers.

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Sec. 29-1h. Child Protection Network program.

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Secs. 29-1i to 29-1n.

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Sec. 29-1o. Definitions.

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Sec. 29-1p. Determination of genuine terrorist threat.

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Sec. 29-1q. Communication with local officials.

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Secs. 29-1r to 29-1xx.

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Sec. 29-1yy. Report on recommendations of personnel resource management study.

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CHAPTER 529* DIVISION OF STATE POLICE

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Sec. 29-1zz. (Formerly Sec. 29-1a). Terms "State Police Commissioner" or "Commissioner of State Police" deemed to mean Commissioner of Public Safety; "State Police Department" deemed to mean Division of State Police.

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Sec. 29-2. Powers of commissioner.

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Sec. 29-2a. Legal review of police policies and practices of Division of State Police.

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Sec. 29-2b. Imposition of traffic ticket quotas prohibited.

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Sec. 29-3. "State policeman" defined.

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Sec. 29-3a. Educational qualifications.

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Sec. 29-3b. Report on personnel projections for state police force.

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Sec. 29-4. State police force. Criminal Intelligence Division and state-wide organized crime investigative task force. Motor patrol.

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Sec. 29-4a. Death or disability from hypertension or heart disease. Compensation.

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Sec. 29-5. Resident state policemen for towns without police force.

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Secs. 29-5a to 29-5e.

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Sec. 29-5f. Temporary promotions for commissioner's aide and Governor's chauffeur-bodyguard. Validation of previous promotions.

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Sec. 29-6. Uniforms and equipment.

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Sec. 29-6a. Use of official hat and insignia of state police.

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Sec. 29-6b. Fire suppression systems for patrol cars.

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Sec. 29-6c. Emergency response to repeated false alarms. Definitions. Fines. Appeal. Payment of fine.

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Sec. 29-7. Powers and duties of force. Barracks.

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Sec. 29-7a. Establishment of sex crimes analysis unit.

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Sec. 29-7b. Division of Scientific Services.

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Sec. 29-7c. Legalized gambling investigative unit.

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Secs. 29-7d to 29-7g.

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Sec. 29-7h. Firearms evidence databank.

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Secs. 29-7i to 29-7l.

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Sec. 29-7m. Record and classification of crimes motivated by bigotry or bias.

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Sec. 29-7n. Record and classification of gang-related crimes.

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Sec. 29-8. Riots. Immunities.

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Sec. 29-8a. Indemnification of state police, State Capitol police and certain special police in civil rights actions. Fees and costs.

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Sec. 29-9. Acceptance or offering of gifts or rewards by or to state or local police.

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Sec. 29-10. Commissioner may delegate authority.

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Sec. 29-10a. Use of state police rifle ranges by civilian rifle clubs.

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Sec. 29-10b. Fees for searches and copies.

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Sec. 29-10c. Accident records of state police.

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Sec. 29-11. State Police Bureau of Identification. Fees. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-11a. State police to report arrests to Bureau of Identification.

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Sec. 29-12. Fingerprints, photograph and physical description of arrested persons. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-12a. Maintenance of fingerprints in electronic format. Destruction of paper copy.

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Sec. 29-13. Notice of judgments.

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Sec. 29-14. Duties of bureau.

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Sec. 29-15. Return or destruction of fingerprints, photograph and physical description.

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Sec. 29-16. Use of information.

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Sec. 29-17. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-17a. Criminal history records checks. Procedure. Fees.

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Sec. 29-17b. Criminal history records checks of coaches in police-sponsored athletic activities.

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Sec. 29-17c. Collection of fingerprints by municipal police department or Division of State Police. Fees.

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Sec. 29-18. Special policemen for state property.

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Sec. 29-18a. Special policemen for investigating public assistance fraud. Appointment, powers and duties.

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Sec. 29-18b. Special policemen for Department of Revenue Services.

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Sec. 29-18c. Special policemen for Division of Special Revenue.

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Sec. 29-19. Special policemen for utility and transportation companies.

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Sec. 29-20. Special policemen for armored cars.

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Sec. 29-21. Special policemen for war industry premises.

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Sec. 29-22. Volunteer auxiliary force.

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Sec. 29-23. Emergency service and equipment.

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Sec. 29-23a. Establishment of rotational system for summoning wreckers. Exemptions. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-24. Disposition of money recovered in case of theft from the person or robbery.

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Sec. 29-25. Laundry and dry cleaning identification marks.

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Sec. 29-26. Training of municipal police at State Police Training School.

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Sec. 29-27. "Pistol" and "revolver" defined.

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Sec. 29-28. Permit for sale at retail of pistol or revolver. Permit to carry pistol or revolver. Confidentiality of name and address of permit holder. Permits for out-of-state residents.

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Sec. 29-28a. Application for permit. Notice of decision to applicant.

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Sec. 29-29. Information concerning criminal records of applicants for permits.

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Sec. 29-30. Fees for pistol and revolver permits. Expiration and renewal of permits.

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Sec. 29-31. Display of permit to sell. Record of sales.

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Sec. 29-32. Revocation of permit. Notification. Confiscation. Penalty for failure to surrender permit.

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Sec. 29-32a. Appeal from refusal or revocation of permit.

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Sec. 29-32b. Board of Firearms Permit Examiners. Appeals to board. Hearings.

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Sec. 29-33. Sale, delivery or transfer of pistols and revolvers. Procedure. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-34. False statement or information in connection with sale or transfer of pistol or revolver prohibited. Sale or transfer to person under twenty-one years of age prohibited. Temporary transfers. Penalties.

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Sec. 29-35. Carrying of pistol or revolver without permit prohibited. Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-36. Alteration of firearm identification mark, number or name.

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Secs. 29-36a to 29-36e.

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Sec. 29-36f. Eligibility certificate for pistol or revolver.

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Sec. 29-36g. Application for eligibility certificate. Criminal history records check. Deadline for approval or denial of application. Form of certificate. Change of address. Confidentiality of name and address of certificate holder. Scope of certificate.

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Sec. 29-36h. Fee for eligibility certificate. Expiration and renewal of eligibility certificate.

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Sec. 29-36i. Revocation of eligibility certificate.

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Sec. 29-36j. Purchase or receipt of pistol or revolver without permit or eligibility certificate prohibited. Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-36k. Transfer or surrender of firearms by persons ineligible to possess same. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-36l. Verification of eligibility of persons to receive or possess firearms. State database. Instant criminal background check. Immunity of seller or transferor. Authorization number required.

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Sec. 29-36m. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-36n. Protocol concerning transfer or surrender of pistols and revolvers.

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Sec. 29-37. Penalties.

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Sec. 29-37a. Sale or delivery at retail of firearm other than pistol or revolver. Procedure.

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Sec. 29-37b. Retail dealer to equip pistols and revolvers with gun locking device and provide written warning at time of sale. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-37c.

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Sec. 29-37d. Firearms dealer to install burglar alarm system on premises of its establishment. Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-37e. False statement or information in connection with sale or transfer of firearm other than pistol or revolver prohibited.

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Sec. 29-37f. Qualifications of retail store employees who sell firearms.

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Sec. 29-37g. Gun show requirements.

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Sec. 29-37h.

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Sec. 29-37i. (Formerly Sec. 29-37c). Responsibilities re storage of loaded firearms with respect to minors.

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Sec. 29-37j. Purchase of firearm with intent to transfer it to person prohibited from purchasing or possessing.

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Sec. 29-38. Weapons in vehicles. Penalty. Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-38a. Out-of-state purchase or acquisition of rifles or shotguns.

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Sec. 29-38b. Determination of commitment status of person who applies for or seeks renewal of firearm permit or certificate. Report on status of application.

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Sec. 29-38c. Seizure of firearms of person posing risk of imminent personal injury to self or others.

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Sec. 29-38d. Interstate transportation of firearms through state.

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Sec. 29-38e. State-wide firearms trafficking task force. Composition. Duties.

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Sec. 29-38f. State-Wide Firearms Trafficking Task Force Policy Board. Composition. Duties.

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CHAPTER 530 FIRE MARSHALS AND FIRE HAZARDS

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Sec. 29-39.

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Sec. 29-39a. Fire Safety Code Standards Committee.

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Secs. 29-40 to 29-44.

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Secs. 29-44a to 29-44c.

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Secs. 29-45 to 29-53.

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Sec. 29-54. Abatement of fire hazards requiring reconstruction.

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Secs. 29-54a and 29-55 to 29-57.

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Sec. 29-58.

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Secs. 29-59 to 29-91.

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Sec. 29-92. Manufacture of explosive compounds without license.

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Secs. 29-93 to 29-106.

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Secs. 29-106a to 29-106p. Amateur rocketry.

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Secs. 29-106q to 29-106t.

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Sec. 29-107. Licensing of persons to engage in electrical work.

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Sec. 29-108.

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CHAPTER 530a CONNECTICUT HUMANE SOCIETY

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Sec. 29-108a. (Formerly Sec. 17-22). Definitions.

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Sec. 29-108b. (Formerly Sec. 17-23). Appointment of agents as special police officers.

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Sec. 29-108c. (Formerly Sec. 17-24). Prevention of cruelty to animals.

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Sec. 29-108d. (Formerly Sec. 17-25). Disposition of animal or vehicle of person arrested.

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Sec. 29-108e. (Formerly Sec. 17-27). Detention and disposition of neglected or cruelly treated animals.

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Sec. 29-108f. (Formerly Sec. 17-28). Cost of care of neglected or cruelly treated animal. Disposition of animal if expense not paid.

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Sec. 29-108g. (Formerly Sec. 17-29). Destruction of animal in the charge of the society.

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Sec. 29-108h. (Formerly Sec. 17-29a). Use of high altitude euthanasia devices prohibited.

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Sec. 29-108i. (Formerly Sec. 17-30). Officers and agents to have certificates or badges.

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CHAPTER 531 MOVING PICTURES

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Sec. 29-109. Certificates of approval. Regulations. Variations or exemptions.

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Sec. 29-110. When films may be shown without fire-proof booths.

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Sec. 29-111. Revocation or suspension of licenses or permits.

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Sec. 29-112. Fees.

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Sec. 29-113. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-114. Exhibition of moving pictures at religious services held on Sunday.

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Sec. 29-115. Authority to operate.

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Sec. 29-116. Inspection by state police.

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Sec. 29-117. Moving picture licenses. Fees. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-117a.

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Secs. 29-118 and 29-119. License to operate; fee. Penalties.

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Sec. 29-120. Exceptions.

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Secs. 29-121 to 29-126. Storing of moving picture films; definitions. License to manufacture or store films. Restriction on issuance of licenses. Special room for handling films; fire extinguishers; smoking forbidden. Quantity of films under examination or repair restricted. Room to be ventilated.

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Sec. 29-127. Inspections.

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Sec. 29-128. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-128a. (Formerly Sec. 29-117a). Exhibition of previews of "X" rated films.

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Sec. 29-128b. Display of film rating required.

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Secs. 29-128c to 29-128e.

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Sec. 29-128f. Unlawful use of recording device in motion picture theater.

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CHAPTER 532 AMUSEMENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

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Sec. 29-129. Commissioner to license amusement parks.

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Sec. 29-130. Amusement park licenses: Issuance, suspension or revocation; fee.

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Sec. 29-131. Provisions not to apply to restaurants or eating places.

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Sec. 29-132. Inspection and certification of amusement rides and devices.

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Sec. 29-133. Licensing of amusements; definitions.

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Sec. 29-134. License required. Annual fee.

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Sec. 29-135. Application for license.

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Sec. 29-136. Investigation and inspection. Reporting of serious injury or death. Signs required. Alternate compliance. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-136a. Patron safety regulations. Detainment of patrons. Owner responsibility.

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Sec. 29-137. When license issued.

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Sec. 29-138. Secretary of the State to be attorney of nonresident owners of amusements.

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Sec. 29-139. Financial responsibility.

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Sec. 29-140. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-141. Appeal.

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Sec. 29-142. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-143.

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Sec. 29-143a. Fire protection at places of public amusement or exhibition.

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Sec. 29-143b. Aquatic rides and devices. Hiring of lifeguards under eighteen.

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Secs. 29-143c to 29-143h.

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CHAPTER 532a BOXING AND WRESTLING

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Sec. 29-143i. (Formerly Sec. 21a-195a). Connecticut Boxing Commission.

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Sec. 29-143j. (Formerly Sec. 21a-196). Jurisdiction of Commissioner of Public Safety. Investigation and inspection. Licensing fees. Registration. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-143k. (Formerly Sec. 21a-197). Amateur boxing matches regulated.

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Sec. 29-143l. (Formerly Sec. 21a-198). Issuance of license. Bond. Revocation of license.

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Sec. 29-143m. (Formerly Sec. 21a-199). Reports of exhibitions and matches. Tax.

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Sec. 29-143n. (Formerly Sec. 21a-200). Examination as to receipts and expenditures.

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Sec. 29-143o. (Formerly Sec. 21a-201). Penalty for sale of more than seating capacity.

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Sec. 29-143p. (Formerly Sec. 21a-202). Price of admission to be published.

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Sec. 29-143q. (Formerly Sec. 21a-203). Duration of boxing matches. Approved referee required.

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Sec. 29-143r. (Formerly Sec. 21a-203a). Selection and licensing of referees.

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Sec. 29-143s. (Formerly Sec. 21a-204). Boxing and wrestling prohibited on certain days and hours.

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Sec. 29-143t. (Formerly Sec. 21a-205). Boxers to be examined by physician. Costs.

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Sec. 29-143u. (Formerly Sec. 21a-206). Special privileges or discrimination.

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Sec. 29-143v. (Formerly Sec. 21a-207). Age limitation for boxing and wrestling.

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Sec. 29-143w. (Formerly Sec. 21a-208). Betting prohibited.

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Sec. 29-143x. (Formerly Sec. 21a-209). Admission of persons under eighteen to boxing exhibition restricted.

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Sec. 29-143y. (Formerly Sec. 21a-210). No license to be issued where local ordinances prohibit boxing.

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Sec. 29-143z. (Formerly Sec. 21a-211). Penalty.

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CHAPTER 533 PROFESSIONAL BONDSMEN

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Sec. 29-144. Definition.

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Sec. 29-145. Bondsmen to be licensed.

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Sec. 29-146. Investigation of applicant for license. Fee. Term of license.

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Sec. 29-147. Renewal, revocation or suspension of license.

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Sec. 29-147a. Suspension of license for failure to pay forfeited bond.

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Sec. 29-148. Statement of assets and liabilities.

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Sec. 29-149. Notice to courts and municipal departments of names of bondsmen.

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Sec. 29-150. Oath of bondsmen. Form.

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Sec. 29-151. Maximum commission or fee. Reports to Commissioner of Public Safety.

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Sec. 29-152. Penalty.

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Secs. 29-152a to 29-152d.

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CHAPTER 533a BAIL ENFORCEMENT AGENTS

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Sec. 29-152e. License required.

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Sec. 29-152f. Application for license.

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Sec. 29-152g. Investigation of applicant. Issuance of license. Fee. Term.

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Sec. 29-152h. Renewal of license.

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CHAPTER 534 PRIVATE DETECTIVES AND SECURITY SERVICES

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PART I PRIVATE DETECTIVES AND PRIVATE DETECTIVE AGENCIES

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Sec. 29-153. Private detective license required.

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Sec. 29-154a. Qualifications for private detective or private detective agency license. Appeal.

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Sec. 29-155b. Issuance of license.

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Sec. 29-155d. Display of license.

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Sec. 29-156. Licensee's identification card.

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Sec. 29-156a. Employment of private investigators. Registration. Fee. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-156e. Branch or suboffices.

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Sec. 29-156f. Permit to carry firearms.

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Sec. 29-159. Annual list of private detectives and detective agencies.

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Sec. 29-160. Exemption of credit rating agencies.

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Sec. 29-161. Penalties. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-161k. Form of application for license. Criminal history records checks. Fingerprints. Photographs. Trade name.

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Sec. 29-161u. Investigation of offenses on property guarded by security services.

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Sec. 29-161w. Annual list of security services and security officers.

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Sec. 29-161z. (Formerly Sec. 29-161b). Permit to carry firearms required. Firearm safety course. Regulations. Instructor approval. Penalty. License, permit or approval suspension or revocation. Appeal.

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CHAPTER 535* NEW ENGLAND STATE POLICE COMPACT

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Sec. 29-163. Commissioner of Public Safety may designate alternate.

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Sec. 29-164. Retirement for employees of administrators conference.

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CHAPTER 535a NATIONAL CRIME PREVENTION AND PRIVACY COMPACT

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Sec. 29-164f. National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact.

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CHAPTER 536 ORGANIZED CRIME INVESTIGATIVE TASK FORCE. REGIONAL NARCOTICS SQUADS AND COORDINATING COMMITTEE

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Sec. 29-167. Investigations by task force.

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Sec. 29-168. Reservation of powers.

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Sec. 29-169. Cooperation with task force by governmental units. Agreements with other states. Cooperation with federal authorities. Referral of evidence of crime or misconduct.

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Sec. 29-170. Disclosure of records of task force.

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Sec. 29-171. Illegal disclosure of information; class A misdemeanor.

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Sec. 29-172. Impounding exhibits. Court order directing disposal of.

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Secs. 29-173 to 29-175. Regional crime squads; formation; existing agreements; mandatory provisions in agreements. Coordinating and supervisory body of chiefs of police, duties and powers; police officers, assignment, powers, duties and immunities. State-Wide Enforcement Coordinating Committee; membership; powers and duties; financing; report to Drug Advisory Council; existing coordinating committee.

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Sec. 29-176. State-wide narcotics task force; formation; authority; state, federal and local assistance.

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Sec. 29-178. Police officers. Powers, duties and immunities.

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Sec. 29-179. State-Wide Narcotics Task Force Policy Board.

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CHAPTER 537 CONNECTICUT JUSTICE COMMISSION

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Secs. 29-180 to 29-186. Connecticut Justice Commission: Definitions; establishment, powers and duties; composition of commission and chairperson; members not compensated; meetings; executive committee, committees, subcommittees, advisory panels and task forces; executive director, deputy director.

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CHAPTER 538 ELEVATORS, ESCALATORS AND LIFTS

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Sec. 29-193. (Formerly Sec. 19-412). Approval of plans; fee.

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Sec. 29-194. (Formerly Sec. 19-413). Registration of elevators and escalators.

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Sec. 29-195. (Formerly Sec. 19-414). Inspection by the department.

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Sec. 29-196. (Formerly Sec. 19-415). Issuance of certificate of operation; fees; renewal.

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Sec. 29-197. (Formerly Sec. 19-416). Discontinuance of operation.

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Sec. 29-199. Reporting of elevator or escalator accidents. Investigation and inspection.

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Sec. 29-200. Standards concerning certain lifts and elevators. Variations or exemptions. Installation of lifts and elevators. Application. Appeal.

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CHAPTER 539 OPERATORS OF CRANES OR HOISTING EQUIPMENT

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Sec. 29-222. Crane Operators Examining Board.

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Sec. 29-223. Board powers and duties. Regulations. Examinations.

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Sec. 29-223a. License required for hoisting equipment operator. Certificate of registration required for hoisting equipment operator apprentice. Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-225. Suspension or revocation of license, apprentice certificate or owner's registration; grounds. Penalty.

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CHAPTER 540 BOILERS AND WATER HEATERS

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Sec. 29-237. (Formerly Sec. 19-434). Inspection.

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Sec. 29-239. (Formerly Sec. 19-436). Certificate required. Conformity to standards.

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Sec. 29-241. (Formerly Sec. 19-439). Registration of boilers.

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CHAPTER 541* BUILDING, FIRE AND DEMOLITION CODES. FIRE MARSHALS AND FIRE HAZARDS. SAFETY OF PUBLIC AND OTHER STRUCTURES

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Sec. 29-275a. Prohibition concerning obstructions which prevent entry or exit by handicapped persons.

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Sec. 29-276a. Moratorium on "lift-slab" construction. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-293. (Formerly Sec. 29-41). Codes to specify minimum fire safety requirements. Establishment of fire zones.

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Sec. 29-294. (Formerly Sec. 29-42). Publication of code.

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Sec. 29-295. (Formerly Sec. 29-43). Penalty for violation of code.

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Sec. 29-296. (Formerly Sec. 29-44). Variations or exemptions from code.

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Sec. 29-296a. State Fire Safety Code: Variations, exemptions, equivalent or alternate compliance.

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Sec. 29-297. (Formerly Sec. 29-45). Appointment of local fire marshals, deputies and provisional fire marshals.

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Sec. 29-298. (Formerly Sec. 29-45a). Certification of local fire marshals, deputies, inspectors and investigators. Continuing education programs. Certificate of emeritus. Immunity from personal liability. Authority of deputy or acting fire marshals and inspectors.

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Sec. 29-298a. Fire Marshal Training Council established. Duties. Members.

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Sec. 29-298b. Complaints re negligence of local fire marshals, deputies or inspectors. Hearing prior to revocation of certificate. Appeal.

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Sec. 29-299. (Formerly Sec. 29-46). Dismissal of local fire marshal.

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Sec. 29-300. (Formerly Sec. 29-47). Hearing prior to dismissal. Appeal.

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Sec. 29-301. (Formerly Sec. 29-48). One fire marshal for several municipalities.

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Sec. 29-302. (Formerly Sec. 29-49). Investigations.

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Sec. 29-303. (Formerly Sec. 29-50). Reporting of fire emergencies.

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Sec. 29-304. (Formerly Sec. 29-51). Fee for investigations.

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Sec. 29-305. (Formerly Sec. 29-52). Inspections by local fire marshals. Reports. Schedule of inspections.

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Sec. 29-306. (Formerly Sec. 29-53). Abatement of fire hazards: Order to remove or remedy; penalties; notification of officials; order to vacate; review by State Fire Marshal.

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Sec. 29-307. (Formerly Sec. 29-54a). Fire hazards in manufacturing establishments.

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Sec. 29-307a. Hazardous materials in manufacturing establishments. Notice to local fire marshal. Penalty. Distribution of information.

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Sec. 29-307b. Notice to water companies of the presence or elimination of hazardous material.

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Sec. 29-308. (Formerly Sec. 29-55). State Fire Marshal may take original jurisdiction to abate fire hazards.

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Sec. 29-308a. State Fire Marshal to set priorities for state residential facility improvement projects.

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Sec. 29-309. (Formerly Sec. 29-56). Procedure for appeal.

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Sec. 29-310. (Formerly Sec. 29-57). Investigation by State Fire Marshal of origin of fires or explosions. Order to remove combustible material or remedy flammable condition or fire hazard. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-311. Fire investigations. Warrant requirements. Reports to Insurance Commissioner.

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Sec. 29-312. (Formerly Sec. 29-58). Power of Deputy State Fire Marshal. Rank.

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Sec. 29-313. (Formerly Sec. 29-44a). Fire extinguishers. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-314. (Formerly Sec. 29-44b). Sale of fire extinguishers and flame-proofing compounds and coatings.

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Sec. 29-315. (Formerly Sec. 29-44c). Fire extinguishing system required for certain buildings.

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Sec. 29-315a. Submission of plan for fire safety training and education for employees of nursing homes and rest homes.

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Sec. 29-316. (Formerly Sec. 29-59). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Regulation of fuel oil burners.

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Sec. 29-317. (Formerly Sec. 29-60). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Regulation of installation of oil burners. Variations or exemptions.

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Sec. 29-318. (Formerly Sec. 29-60a). Space heaters prohibited.

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Sec. 29-318a. Sale of unvented fuel-burning room heaters.

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Sec. 29-318b. Use of unvented fuel-burning room heaters in multiple-family dwellings. Notice.

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Sec. 29-318c. Warning label. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-319. (Formerly Sec. 29-61). Fuel emergency.

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Sec. 29-320. (Formerly Sec. 29-62). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Regulations concerning flammable or combustible liquids.

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Sec. 29-321. (Formerly Sec. 29-63). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Variations or exemptions.

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Sec. 29-322. (Formerly Sec. 29-64). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Inspections by local fire marshal of cargo tank motor vehicle used to transport flammable or combustible liquids.

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Sec. 29-323. (Formerly Sec. 29-65). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Appeal.

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Sec. 29-324. (Formerly Sec. 29-66). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Penalty.

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Sec. 29-325. (Formerly Sec. 29-67). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Fire hazards in dry cleaning; regulations.

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Sec. 29-326. (Formerly Sec. 29-68). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Local fire marshals to enforce regulations.

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Sec. 29-327. (Formerly Sec. 29-69). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Appeal.

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Sec. 29-328. (Formerly Sec. 29-70). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Penalty.

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Sec. 29-329. (Formerly Sec. 29-70a). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Regulations concerning installation and operation of gas equipment and piping. Variations or exemptions.

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Sec. 29-330. (Formerly Sec. 29-71). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Definitions.

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Sec. 29-331. (Formerly Sec. 29-72). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Regulations concerning liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas.

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Sec. 29-332. (Formerly Sec. 29-73). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Inspections by local fire marshal of cargo tank motor vehicle used to transport gas.

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Sec. 29-333. (Formerly Sec. 29-74). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Variations or exemptions.

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Sec. 29-334. (Formerly Sec. 29-75). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Appeal.

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Sec. 29-335. (Formerly Sec. 29-76). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Penalty.

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Sec. 29-335a. Transportation and handling of propane gas. Definitions. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-336. (Formerly Sec. 29-77). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Hazardous chemicals. Definitions.

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Sec. 29-337. (Formerly Sec. 29-78). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Regulations concerning hazardous chemicals.

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Sec. 29-338. (Formerly Sec. 29-79). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Variations or exemptions.

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Sec. 29-339. (Formerly Sec. 29-80). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Inspection of cargo tank motor vehicle used for transportation of hazardous chemicals.

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Sec. 29-340. (Formerly Sec. 29-81). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Appeals.

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Sec. 29-341. (Formerly Sec. 29-82). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Penalty.

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Sec. 29-342. (Formerly Sec. 29-82a). Transportation plan.

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Sec. 29-343. (Formerly Sec. 29-83). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Explosives. Definition.

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Sec. 29-344. (Formerly Sec. 29-84). Reports to Commissioner of Public Safety.

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Sec. 29-345. (Formerly Sec. 29-85). License and permit verification. Records of disposition of explosives.

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Sec. 29-346. (Formerly Sec. 29-86). Custodian to report.

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Sec. 29-347. (Formerly Sec. 29-87). Penalty.

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Sec. 29-348. (Formerly Sec. 29-88). Illegal possession.

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Sec. 29-349. (Formerly Sec. 29-89). Storage, transportation and use of explosives and blasting agents. Licenses, permits: Fees, suspension or revocation. Penalty. Jurisdiction of Labor Commissioner. Variations, exemptions or equivalent compliance with regulatory requirements.

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Sec. 29-350. (Formerly Sec. 29-89a). Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-351. (Formerly Sec. 29-90). Transportation of explosives by common carrier.

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Sec. 29-352. (Formerly Sec. 29-91). Manufacture or storage of explosive material near property of another.

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Sec. 29-353. (Formerly Sec. 29-93). Explosive compounds to be marked.

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Sec. 29-354. (Formerly Sec. 29-94). Gunpowder may be ordered removed.

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Sec. 29-355. (Formerly Sec. 29-95). Appeal from orders relating to explosives, blasting agents and gunpowder.

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Sec. 29-355a. Purchase by and sale to minors of black powder or other explosives, prohibited.

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Sec. 29-356. (Formerly Sec. 29-96). Definitions.

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Sec. 29-357. (Formerly Sec. 29-97). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Sale, use and possession of fireworks prohibited. Sale, use and possession of certain sparklers or fountains permitted. Permits for display. Variations or exemptions. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-358. (Formerly Sec. 29-98). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Bond.

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Sec. 29-359. (Formerly Sec. 29-99). Financial responsibility, liability insurance policy.

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Sec. 29-360. (Formerly Sec. 29-100). Permit for nonresident.

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Sec. 29-361. (Formerly Sec. 29-101). Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-362. (Formerly Sec. 29-102). Seizure and destruction of fireworks.

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Sec. 29-363. (Formerly Sec. 29-103). Expense of transportation and storage of seized fireworks.

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Sec. 29-364. (Formerly Sec. 29-104). Licenses. Denial, suspension or revocation.

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Sec. 29-365. (Formerly Sec. 29-105). License fees.

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Sec. 29-366. (Formerly Sec. 29-106). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Penalty.

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Sec. 29-367. (Formerly Sec. 29-106q). *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Regulation of model rocketry.

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Sec. 29-368. (Formerly Sec. 29-106r). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Variations and exemptions.

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Sec. 29-369. (Formerly Sec. 29-106s). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Appeal.

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Sec. 29-370. (Formerly Sec. 29-106t). (Note: This section is repealed, effective January 1, 2013.) Penalty.

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Secs. 29-371 to 29-380.

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Sec. 29-381. (Formerly Sec. 19-376). Public safety in assembly halls, theaters and buildings used for public gatherings. Public announcement re emergency exits. Penalty.

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Sec. 29-381a. Sufficiency of main entrances in places of public assembly. Variations or exemptions. Appeal.

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Secs. 29-382 to 29-388. (Formerly Secs. 19-377, 19-379, 19-381 to 19-383, 19-384a and 19-385a). Local authorities to require safe exits. Examination by local authorities. Order; appeal. Fastening of doors in school houses. Fire alarms in school houses. Penalties. Stairways and fire escapes for school houses. Condemnation of nonconforming building.

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Sec. 29-389. (Formerly Sec. 19-386). Stairways and fire escapes on certain buildings.

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Sec. 29-390. (Formerly Sec. 19-387a). Egress from workshops and manufactories.

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Sec. 29-391. (Formerly Sec. 19-389). Liability of owner of building.

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Sec. 29-392. (Formerly Sec. 19-390). Fire Safety Code. New construction to conform.

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Sec. 29-393. (Formerly Sec. 19-391). Building inspectors; duties, right of entry.

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Sec. 29-394. (Formerly Sec. 19-392). Penalty.

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Sec. 29-395. (Formerly Sec. 19-394f). Penalty.

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Sec. 29-396. Required inspection of electric conductors and equipment prior to resumption of electric service in unoccupied buildings.

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Sec. 29-402. (Formerly Sec. 19-403c). License for demolition business: Application; fees; refusal or revocation. Exemptions.

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Sec. 29-403. (Formerly Sec. 19-403d). Appeal from decision of department.

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Sec. 29-404. (Formerly Sec. 19-403e). Local building official to administer State Demolition Code.

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Sec. 29-405. (Formerly Sec. 19-403f). Appeal from decision of local building official.

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Sec. 29-406. (Formerly Sec. 19-403g). Permit for demolition of particular structure. Exemption. Waiting period.

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Sec. 29-407. (Formerly Sec. 19-403h). Notice to adjoining property owners.

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Sec. 29-408. (Formerly Sec. 19-403i). Safety measures to be provided. Fence.

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Sec. 29-409. (Formerly Sec. 19-403j). Sidewalk shed requirements.

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Sec. 29-410. (Formerly Sec. 19-403k). Excavation of sidewalk area.

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Sec. 29-411. (Formerly Sec. 19-403l). Restrictions on demolition procedures.

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Sec. 29-412. (Formerly Sec. 19-403m). Accumulated materials.

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Sec. 29-413. (Formerly Sec. 19-403n). Basements and cellars.

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Sec. 29-414. (Formerly Sec. 19-403o). Penalty.

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Sec. 29-415. (Formerly Sec. 19-403p). Public service company exceptions.

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Sec. 29-416. Definitions.

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Sec. 29-417. Sale of cigarettes; requirements. Revocation or suspension of license. Exceptions.

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Sec. 29-418. Testing of cigarettes. Requirements. Alternative test methods. Retention of copies. Civil penalty. Report.

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Sec. 29-419. Certification. Fee. Retesting required for modified cigarettes.

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Sec. 29-420. Connecticut Fire-Safe Cigarette Directory. Appeal. Civil action.

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Sec. 29-421. Fire standards compliant marking required for sale of cigarettes.

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Sec. 29-422. Implementation in accordance with New York law. Regulations.

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Sec. 29-423. Fire safety standard and firefighter protection act enforcement account.

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Secs. 29-424 to 29-449.

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CHAPTER 541a PUBLIC SAFETY: GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 29-451. Use of paintball gun by minor: Eye protective device required.

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