S-3 - Public Buildings Safety Act

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30. (Repealed).
R. S. 1964, c. 149, s. 30; 1995, c. 59, s. 3.
30. Insofar as, in the opinion of the inspector, shall be possible, the regulations governing theatres may be applied wholly or in part to public amusement halls or other buildings mentioned in section 2.
The certificate prescribed by paragraph 4 of section 6 shall mention the number of persons that each theatre, lecture hall or amusement hall may hold.
Such number shall be in proportion to the number and dimensions of the exits and the width of the passages, corridors and aisles, and no greater number of spectators shall be allowed to enter than the number mentioned in the certificate.
Such certificate shall be posted in the place prescribed by the inspector, and its place shall not be changed without his permission. It shall be posted in several places, as may be deemed necessary by the inspector.
Above each door or exit leading to the outside, there shall be placed a sign bearing in large characters the word “exit” or “sortie” and in such light as to be easily read.
R. S. 1964, c. 149, s. 30.