2006 New York Code - Lights.
§ 27-4279 Lights. All lights used in theatres and other places of public amusement, factories, stores, hotels, lodging houses, and in show windows shall be properly protected by globes or glass coverings, or in such other manner as the commissioner shall prescribe. All lighted candles, oil or fluid lamps, or burning lights of any kind, which are taken into or used in any barn or stable, shall be enclosed and secured in a good glass, horn, or other lantern.
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