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36-1641 - Safety construction in public buildings; violations; classification
36-1641. Safety construction in public buildings; violations; classification
A. The doors of all school houses, churches, theaters, public auditoriums and other public buildings shall be constructed so they may open outward. All screens, bars or other coverings of windows of such buildings, other than a place of legal imprisonment or confinement, shall be so constructed that they may be easily and quickly opened from the inside.
B. It is unlawful for any such building to be constructed, used or occupied unless the doors and windows are constructed in compliance with subsection A.
C. A person owning, using or permitting the use of a building contrary to the provisions of this section is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.