Where motion pictures are exhibited daily for not more than one month, or not more
often than three times a week, in educational or religious institutions or bona fide
social, scientific, political or athletic clubs, a portable booth may be substituted
for the booth required in sections 19.01 and 19.03 of this article. Such booth shall have a height of not less than six feet and an area of not less
than twenty square feet and shall be constructed of asbestos board, sheet steel of
no less gauge than twenty-four; or some other approved fireproof material. Such portable booth shall conform to the specifications of section 19.03 of this article with reference to windows and door, but not with reference to vent
flues. The floor of such booth shall be elevated above the permanent support on which it
is placed by a space of at least one-half inch, sufficient to allow the passage of
air between the floor of the booth and the platform on which the booth rests, and
the booth shall be insulated so that it will not conduct electricity to any other
portion of the building.
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