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10.16.04.00.htm 10.16.04.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 16 HOUSING Chapter 04 Transparent Glass Doors in Mercantile Establishments and in Public, Commercial, and Residential Buildings and Structures Authority: Health-General Article, §24-207, Annotated Code of Maryland
10.16.04.01.htm 10.16.04.01. 01 Definitions.. The following definitions shall apply in the interpretation and enforcement of these regulations:. A. "Commercial building or structure" means a building or structure whose occupants are engaged in, related with, deal with, or are occupied with commerce.B. "Commissioner" means the Commissioner of the Department of Health.. C. "Department" means the Maryland Department of Health.. D. "Glazing" means the act, art, or trade of setting glass in a sash or frame..
10.16.04.02.htm 10.16.04.02. 02 Scope.. A. This regulation applies throughout the State to all transparent glass doors and fixed adjacent transparent glass sidelights in mercantile establishments and in public, commercial, and residential buildings and structures. After the effective date of these regulations, it shall be unlawful to install in any building in the State any glazing materials not in conformity with the glazing standards of the Building Officials' Conference of America, Inc. (BOCA) Basic Buildin
10.16.04.03.htm 10.16.04.03. 03 Requirements for Marking.. A. General. All transparent glass doors and fixed adjacent transparent glass sidelights shall be marked as required in these regulations regardless of the type of glazing material used in their construction. Marking of all transparent glass doors and fixed adjacent transparent glass sidelights within 6 feet horizontally shall be of an opaque nature placed as described in §B, of this regulation, and shall be of a design which is readily discernibl
10.16.04.04.htm 10.16.04.04. 04 Responsibility.. The owner of any building used as a mercantile establishment or a public, commercial, or residential building or structure shall be responsible for compliance with the provisions of this regulation.
10.16.04.05.htm 10.16.04.05. 05 Penalty.. Any person, who upon conviction of violating any of the provisions of this regulation, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to a fine not to exceed $50 for each offense.
10.16.04.06.htm 10.16.04.06. 06 Severability.. If any provision of these regulations or the application of it to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity may not affect other provisions or applications of these regulations which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application and to this end the provisions of these regulations are declared to be severable.
10.16.04.9999.htm 10.16.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 10, 1970. Amended effective March 3, 1972.
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