The act of December 6, 1965 (P.L. 1028), entitled “An act requiring that transparent
glass doors in commercial and public places in buildings open to the public be provided
with safety glazing materials or be posted, painted or otherwise marked for the protection
of the public; requiring safety glass in certain cases; imposing powers and duties
on the Department of Labor and Industry to promulgate standards, rules and regulations;
and providing penalties,” 1 is repealed, absolutely.
35 P.S. §§ 5801 to 5803 (repealed); see 35 P.S. § 5811 et seq.
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