§ 29-129 Licensing of public amusement parks
§ 29-130 Amusement park licenses: Issuance, suspension or revocation; fee
§ 29-131 Provisions not to apply to restaurants or eating places
§ 29-132 Inspection and certification of amusement rides and devices
§ 29-133 Licensing of amusements; definitions
§ 29-134 License required. Annual fee
§ 29-135 Application for license
§ 29-136 Investigation and inspection. Reporting of serious injury or death. Signs required. Alternate compliance. Regulations
§ 29-136a Patron safety regulations. Detainment of patrons. Owner responsibility
§ 29-137 When license issued
§ 29-138 Secretary of the State to be attorney of nonresident owners of amusements
§ 29-139 Financial responsibility
§ 29-140 Regulations
§ 29-141 Appeal
§ 29-142 Penalty
§ 29-143a Fire protection at places of public amusement or exhibition
§ 29-143b Aquatic rides and devices. Hiring of lifeguards under eighteen

Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes > Chapter 532 - Amusements and Exhibitions

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