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SECTION 473
Certificate of compliance with requirements of law
Labor (LAB) CHAPTER 31, ARTICLE 17
§ 473. Certificate of compliance with requirements of law. 1. The
enforcing authority shall ascertain by inspection whether places of
public assembly conform to the requirements of this article and the
rules adopted thereunder. If such places are found to so conform, he or
it shall issue a certificate of compliance to that effect. Such
certificate shall be conspicuously posted on the premises. Before any
certificate of compliance shall be issued to a place of public assembly
erected after the first day of October, nineteen hundred and twenty-two,
plans for such building shall be filed with the industrial commissioner
or with the local enforcing authority for approval, and such plans shall
not be approved unless they conform to the provisions of this article
and the rules adopted thereunder. The industrial commissioner shall not
require the filing of plans before the issuance of a certificate of
compliance for a place of public assembly erected before July first,
nineteen hundred sixty-three over which enforcement jurisdiction was
delegated to the industrial commissioner on such date, nor for a place
of public assembly which may be transferred to his jurisdiction pursuant
to paragraph (b) of section four hundred seventy-two of this article.

2. A fee not to exceed one hundred dollars shall be charged to and
collected from the owner, lessee or person conducting the place of
assembly for each inspection, but not more than two hundred dollars in
any one year shall be so charged or collected, in respect of the same
premises, except that no fee shall be charged for inspection of
buildings operated as a public place of assembly by any political
subdivision or by an agricultural society or association receiving state
aid; provided, however, that no fee shall be charged to or collected
from a volunteer fire company or an organization of veterans for the
inspection of any place of public assembly operated by such a volunteer
fire company or organization of veterans.