1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. General Business
  4. Article 26: Miscellaneous


Section 399-D Children attending public bowling alleys under certain conditions

General Business (GBS)

Children attending public bowling alleys under certain conditions. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the owner, lessee, proprietor, operator, attendant or employee of any public bowling alley shall admit or allow to remain in any such public bowling alley, and to bowl therein, any child between the ages of twelve and eighteen at all times, and any child under twelve (a) when such child is accompanied or directly supervised at such bowling alley by a parent or by a responsible adult, or (b) when such child is a member of an organized group under the supervision of a responsible adult, or (c) when such child is participating in an organized bowling league under the supervision of a responsible adult, provided, that no alcoholic beverages of any kind are dispensed on such premises during the time that such child is on the premises as a member or participant of such organized group or league, as shall be permitted by a local law or ordinance heretofore or hereafter adopted by the common council or other legislative body of a city, town or village permitting any such child to be admitted, or allowed to remain or to bowl in any such public bowling alley as herein provided.