2006 New York Code - Requirement Of License.
§ 26-159 Requirement of license. a. It shall be unlawful, on and after December sixth, nineteen hundred sixty-eight to operate any high-pressure steam boiler for any purpose whatsoever in the city or in connection with any vessel on the waters in and around the city not subject to the jurisdiction of the United States government, unless such boiler is operated by or under the supervision and in the presence of a person having the requisite high-pressure boiler operating engineer license under the provisions of this article, or a person licensed as a high-pressure boiler operating engineer prior to December sixth, nineteen hundred sixty-eight, as provided in section 26-131 of this subchapter. b. Notwithstanding subdivision a of this section, it shall be unlawful, on and after December third, nineteen hundred seventy to operate a portable high-pressure steam boiler for any purpose whatsoever in the city, unless such boiler is operated by or under the supervision and in the presence of a person licensed as a portable high-pressure boiler operating engineer.
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