Substitute House Bill No. 6637

Public Act No. 99-194

An Act Updating the Liquor Control Act and Boxing Statutes, and Making Technical and Other Changes to Department of Consumer Protection Related Statutes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. Section 20-289 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

There shall be an Architectural Licensing Board in the Department of Consumer Protection. The board shall consist of five members. The Governor shall appoint two members of the board who shall be public members and three members of the board who shall be architects residing in this state. The Governor shall have the power to remove any member from office for misconduct, incapacity or neglect of duty. Members shall not be compensated for their services but shall be reimbursed for necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. The board shall keep a record of its proceedings and a roster of all licensed architects entitled to practice architecture and of all persons holding certificates of authority under sections 20-295 and 20-295a of the general statutes, revised to 1968, and corporations holding certificates of authorization for the practice of architecture under section 20-298b in this state. The board shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, concerning eligibility for architectural licensing examinations, appeals of examination grades, reciprocal licensing and such other matters as the board deems necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter. The board shall, annually, [during the month of September,] prepare a roster of all licensed architects and the last-known mailing address of such architects. A copy of such roster shall be placed on file with the Secretary of the State and with the town building department [and library] of each town. The Commissioner of Consumer Protection, with advice and assistance from the board, shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, (1) concerning professional ethics and conduct appropriate to establish and maintain a high standard of integrity and dignity in the practice of the profession, and (2) for the conduct of the board's affairs and for the examination of applicants for a license. The board shall, after public notice, hold at least one meeting per quarter, in each calendar year, for the purpose of considering applications for licenses and for the transaction of other business. Any person aggrieved by an order made under this chapter may appeal from such order as provided in section 4-183. Appeals under this section shall be privileged in respect to the order of trial and assignment.

Sec. 2. Section 20-654 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) No person shall receive a license under the provisions of sections 20-650 to 20-656, inclusive, until such person has passed an examination which shall be substantially similar to the examination of the National Court Reporters Association, or demonstrates to the satisfaction of the board that such person has actively engaged in the practice of shorthand reporting in this state before October 1, 1997, or has submitted evidence satisfactory to the board that such person is a Registered Professional Reporter of the National Court Reporters Association or its equivalent.

(b) If the applicant satisfies the requirements of this section, upon payment of the fee required by section 20-653, the board shall authorize the Department of Consumer Protection to issue a license to the applicant, showing that the person named in such license is entitled to engage in the practice of shorthand reporting in this state in accordance with the provisions of sections 20-650 to 20-656, inclusive. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (b) of section 21a-10, any such license shall be valid for a period of three years.

(c) Any license issued under the provisions of sections 20-650 to 20-656, inclusive, upon payment of the fee required by section 20-653, may be renewed for a period of three years. As a condition of any such renewal, the licensee shall furnish evidence satisfactory to the board that the licensee has completed not less than thirty continuing education credits since receipt of the initial license or the previous license renewal. The Commissioner of Consumer Protection shall, by regulation adopted in accordance with chapter 54 and upon the recommendation of the board, establish requirements for (1) the continuing education of licensed shorthand reporters; (2) the form and content of the examination shorthand reporters are required to pass to satisfy the licensure requirements set forth in subsection (a) of section 20-654; and (3) such other matters as the commissioner deems necessary to carry out the purposes of this chapter.

Sec. 3. Section 20-655 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

The provisions of sections 20-650 to 20-656, inclusive, do not apply to: (1) Any person who is employed by this state as a court reporter or shorthand reporter, whether compensated on a salary or a per diem basis, but only to the extent such person performs such court reporting or shorthand reporting in the course of such person's employment with the state; and (2) any person who is employed by the United States as a court reporter for the federal courts located in this state.

Sec. 4. Subsection (c) of section 21a-4 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(c) The Commissioner of Consumer Protection may impose a fine on any applicant who fails to renew [his] a license, permit, certificate or registration within thirty days of the expiration date of such license, permit, certificate or registration. [Such] The amount of the fine shall be [in an amount of either] equal to ten per cent of the renewal fee [or ten dollars, whichever is greater] but shall not be less than ten dollars or more than one hundred dollars.

Sec. 5. Section 21a-6 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

The following boards shall be within the Department of Consumer Protection:

(1) The Architectural Licensing Board established under chapter 390;

(2) Repealed by P.A. 93-151, S. 3, 4;

(3) The examining boards for electrical work; plumbing and piping work; heating, piping and cooling work; elevator installation, repair and maintenance work; and fire protection sprinkler systems work established under chapter 393;

(4) The State Board of Television and Radio Service Examiners established under chapter 394;

(5) The Commission of Pharmacy established under chapter 400j;

(6) The State Board of Landscape Architects established under chapter 396;

[(7) The State Tree Protection Examining Board established under sections 23-61a to 23-65, inclusive;]

(7) Repealed by P.A. 98-229;

(8) The State Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors established under chapter 391;

(9) Repealed by P.A. 80-484, S. 175, 176;

(10) The Connecticut Real Estate Commission established under chapter 392;

(11) The Connecticut Real Estate Appraisal Commission established under chapter 400g; [and]

(12) The State Board of Examiners of Shorthand Reporters established under chapter 400l;

(13) The Liquor Control Commission established under chapter 545; and

(14) The Boxing Promotion Commission established under chapter 419e.

Sec. 6. Subsection (d) of section 21a-9 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(d) As used in chapters 390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 396, 400g, 400j, [451,] 482 and 400l:

(1) "Certificate" includes the whole or part of any Department of Consumer Protection permit which the department issues under authority of the general statutes and which (A) authorizes practice of the profession by certified persons but does not prohibit the practice of the profession by others, not certified, (B) prohibits a person from falsely representing that [he] such person is certified to practice the profession unless the person holds a certificate issued by the department, and (C) requires as a condition of certification that a person submit specified credentials to the department which attest to qualifications to practice the profession.

(2) "License" includes the whole or part of any Department of Consumer Protection permit, approval, or similar form of permission which the department issues under authority of the general statutes and which requires (A) practice of the profession by licensed persons only, (B) demonstration of competence to practice by examination or other means and meeting of certain minimum standards, and (C) enforcement of standards by the department or regulatory board or commission.

(3) "Registration" includes the whole or part of any permit which the department issues under authority of the general statutes and which (A) requires persons to place their names on a list maintained by the department before they can engage in the practice of a specified profession or occupation, (B) does not require a person to demonstrate competence by examination or other means, and (C) may be revoked or suspended by the commissioner for cause.

Sec. 7. Section 21a-10 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) The Commissioner of Consumer Protection may establish, combine or abolish divisions, sections or other units within the Department of Consumer Protection and allocate powers, duties and functions among such units, but no function vested by statute in any officer, division, board, agency or other unit within the department shall be removed from the jurisdiction of such officer, division, board, agency or other unit under the provisions of this section.

(b) The Commissioner of Consumer Protection shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, to designate a staggered schedule for the renewal of all licenses, certificates, registrations and permits issued by said department. If such designation of a staggered schedule results in the expiration of any license, certificate, registration or permit for a period of less than or more than one year, said commissioner may charge a prorated amount for such license, certificate, registration or permit. For any new license, certificate, registration or permit that is issued and for any guaranty fund fee that is imposed on or after [the expiration date that had been in effect prior to] January 1, 1995, the commissioner may charge a one-time prorated amount for such newly issued license, certificate, registration, [or] permit or guaranty fund fee.

Sec. 8. Section 21a-196 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) As used in this chapter, "commissioner" means the Commissioner of Consumer Protection.

(b) The commissioner shall have sole control of and jurisdiction over all boxing [exhibitions] matches and wrestling [bouts] exhibitions held, conducted or given within the state by any person or persons, club, corporation or association, except amateur boxing [exhibitions] matches or wrestling [bouts] exhibitions held under the supervision of any school, college or university having an academic course of study or of the recognized athletic association connected with such school, college or university or amateur boxing [exhibitions] matches and wrestling [bouts] exhibitions held under the auspices of any amateur athletic association that has been determined by the commissioner to be capable of ensuring the health and safety of the participants; provided the commissioner may at any time assume jurisdiction over any amateur boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [bout] exhibition if [he] the commissioner determines that the health and safety of the participants is not being sufficiently safeguarded. The commissioner may appoint inspectors who shall, on the order of the commissioner, represent [him] the commissioner at all boxing [exhibitions] matches and wrestling [bouts] exhibitions. The commissioner may appoint a secretary who shall prepare for service such notices and papers as may be required and perform such other duties as the commissioner directs.

(c) The commissioner or [his] the commissioner's authorized representative may: (1) Issue subpoenas to any person involved in any matter under investigation pursuant to this chapter; (2) subpoena documentary material relating to any such matter; (3) administer an oath or affirmation to any person; [,] or (4) conduct hearings in aid of any such investigation, provided none of the powers conferred by this chapter shall be used for the purpose of compelling any natural person to furnish testimony or evidence which might tend to incriminate [him] the person or subject [him] the person to a penalty or forfeiture. If any person fails or refuses to obey any such subpoena, the commissioner, after giving notice, may apply to the superior court for the judicial district of Hartford which court, after a hearing, may issue an order requiring such person to obey such subpoena or any part of such subpoena. Any disobedience of a final order of any court under this section shall be punished as contempt.

(d) The commissioner shall adopt such regulations in accordance with chapter 54 as the commissioner deems necessary and desirable for the conduct, supervision and safety of boxing [exhibitions] matches, including the licensing of the sponsors and the participants of such boxing [exhibitions] matches, and for the development and promotion of the sport of boxing in this state, including, but not limited to, regulations to improve the competitiveness of the sport of boxing in this state relative to other states. Such regulations shall require fees for the issuance of licenses to such sponsors and participants as follows: (1) For referees, a fee of not less than sixty-three dollars; (2) for matchmakers and assistant matchmakers, a fee of not less than sixty-three dollars; (3) for timekeepers, a fee of not less than thirteen dollars; (4) for professional boxers, a fee of not less than thirteen dollars; (5) for amateur boxers, a fee of not less than three dollars; (6) for managers, a fee of not less than sixty-three dollars; (7) for trainers, a fee of not less than thirteen dollars; (8) for seconds, a fee of not less than thirteen dollars; (9) for announcers, a fee of not less than thirteen dollars; and (10) for promoters, a fee of not less than two hundred fifty dollars.

(e) The state, acting by and in the discretion of the commissioner, may enter into a contract with any person for the services of such person acting as an inspector appointed in accordance with the provisions of this section.

(f) The commissioner may disallow the conduct of any professional wrestling [bout] exhibition if [he] the commissioner determines that the health and safety of the participants is not being sufficiently safeguarded.

Sec. 9. Section 21a-197 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

As used in this section and sections 21a-196, 53-200 and 53-201 ["amateur boxing exhibition"] "amateur boxing match" means a boxing [exhibition] match which is no longer than [three two-minute] five three-minute rounds in which no contestant has received or is to receive, directly or indirectly, any money, reward or compensation either from the expenses of any amateur boxing program or the expenses of training or for taking part [therein] in such program or training. No person shall appear as a contestant in an amateur boxing [exhibition] match unless [he] such person wears protective headgear and boxing gloves weighing not less than twelve ounces, and has not, within twenty-four hours of such [exhibition] match, appeared as a contestant in any other amateur boxing [exhibition] match. No person shall appear as a contestant in an amateur boxing [exhibition] match if such person has received any compensation or reward in any form for displaying, exercising, or rendering services of any kind to any athletic organization, or to any person or persons, as trainer, coach or instructor, or if such person may have been employed in any professional capacity by reason of [his] such person's athletic skill or knowledge. For the purpose of this section, a prize such as a medal, trophy, watch, ring or other jewelry, or articles of wearing apparel may be awarded to any contestant and shall not be considered money, reward or compensation. Any contestant may be reimbursed with money for such reasonable expenses as may be incurred by [him] such contestant in traveling to and from such amateur boxing [exhibition] match, subject to the approval of the commissioner. The commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, concerning the age of the participants in amateur boxing [exhibitions] matches.

Sec. 10. Section 21a-198 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) The commissioner may, in [his] the commissioner's discretion, issue a license to conduct, hold or give any boxing [exhibition] match to any person, persons, club, corporation or association. Before any such license is granted, the applicant shall execute and file with the commissioner a bond in such amount and form and with such surety as is determined by the commissioner, which bond shall be conditioned for the payment of the tax imposed by section 21a-199. Upon the filing and approval of such bond, the commissioner shall issue to such applicant a certificate of such filing and approval. No license shall be issued under this section until such bond is filed.

(b) The commissioner may, in [his] the commissioner's discretion, revoke any license to conduct, hold or give any boxing [exhibition] match issued under this section for cause as provided in this chapter or in any regulation adopted under this chapter in accordance with chapter 54.

Sec. 11. Section 21a-199 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

Any person or combination of persons who, and any club, corporation or association which, holds or promotes any boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [match] exhibition or exercises any of the privileges conferred by this chapter or the regulations adopted under this chapter shall, within twenty-four hours after the determination of each boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [match] exhibition: (1) Furnish to the commissioner a written report verified by such person or combination of persons or by the treasurer and secretary of such club, corporation or association, which report shall include a statement of the number of tickets sold for such match or exhibition, [or match,] the amount of gross receipts for such match or exhibition [or match] and such other information as the commissioner prescribes; and (2) pay to the commissioner a tax of five per cent of the total receipts after federal taxes have been deducted from the paid admissions to such boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [match] exhibition, which tax shall be paid into the State Treasury.

Sec. 12. Section 21a-201 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

Any person who, and the officers of any club, corporation or association which, sells or causes to be sold any ticket of admission for any boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [bout] exhibition in excess of the seating capacity of the room, hall, place, building or structure used for such boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [bout] exhibition, shall, for the first offense, be fined not more than two hundred dollars, which shall be paid to the state. For a subsequent offense, the club, corporation, association or person or persons shall forfeit its, his or their license issued under section 21a-198, shall be disqualified from receiving any new license issued under section 21a-198 and shall forfeit to the state the sum of five hundred dollars. The officers of any such club, corporation or association, for such subsequent offense, shall be fined not more than two hundred dollars.

Sec. 13. Section 21a-202 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

The price of admission and of the seats to any boxing [exhibition] match conducted under the provisions of this chapter shall be published in a newspaper published and circulated in the town, city or borough where such boxing [exhibition] match is to be conducted, if any newspaper is published in such town, city or borough, but, if no newspaper is published in such town, city or borough, such publication shall be made in a newspaper having a substantial circulation in such town, city or borough. Any such publication shall be made in at least three separate editions of such paper and in a space not less than two inches by three inches in size.

Sec. 14. Section 21a-203 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

No boxing [exhibition] match shall consist of more than [fifteen] twelve rounds and each round shall be no longer than three minutes nor less than two minutes in duration. In all [exhibitions] matches, if a contestant who has been knocked down arises before the count of ten seconds, the referee shall complete a count of eight seconds and assure himself that the contestant is fit to continue. The referee may, in [his] the referee's discretion, order a standing knockdown and a mandatory eight count if a contestant is taking a severe beating and is apparently defenseless but is not knocked down. The standing knockdown shall be treated in all respects, including scoring, as a knockdown. No boxing [exhibition] match shall be conducted unless a referee approved by the commissioner is in attendance and directs and controls the boxing [exhibition] match.

Sec. 15. Section 21a-204 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

No boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [bout] exhibition shall be held on Christmas Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day or Veterans' Day. [, nor shall any such exhibition or bout be held or continued between the hours of eleven-thirty p.m. and eight a.m.]

Sec. 16. Section 21a-205 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) No person shall engage in any boxing [exhibition] match as a boxer until [he] such person has been examined and found to be physically fit by a competent physician approved by the commissioner, licensed to practice under the laws of this state and in practice in this state for at least two years. Such physician shall be appointed by the commissioner and shall be in attendance throughout the boxing [exhibition] match for which such examination was made. Such physician shall certify, in writing, that the contestant is physically fit to engage in such boxing [exhibition] match. Any fee for such physician, as determined by the commissioner, shall be paid by the person or club, corporation or association conducting such boxing [exhibition] match.

(b) The cost of any physical examination required by this chapter or regulations adopted under this chapter, other than an examination required by subsection (a), may be assessed by the commissioner on any boxer examined by a physician appointed by the commissioner or on the person, club, corporation or association conducting the next boxing [exhibition] match in which the contestant is scheduled to compete.

Sec. 17. Section 21a-206 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

Any person acting as principal, manager, second, promoter or matchmaker receiving or accepting, directly or indirectly, any money or other valuable thing from any boxer for any special privilege or for discriminating in any manner relating to any boxing [exhibition] match shall be subject to the penalty prescribed in section 21a-211.

Sec. 18. Section 21a-207 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

No person under eighteen years of age shall engage in any professional boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [bout] exhibition and no person under sixteen years of age shall engage in any amateur boxing [exhibition] match or amateur wrestling [bout] exhibition except [a bout or] a match or exhibition held under the supervision of a school, college or university having an academic course of study or the athletic association connected [therewith] with such school, college or university or held under the auspices of any amateur athletic association that has been determined by the commissioner, under section 21a-196, to be capable of ensuring the health and safety of the participants.

Sec. 19. Section 21a-208 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

No person shall bet or wager upon the result of any boxing [exhibition] match or wrestling [bout] exhibition.

Sec. 20. Section 21a-210 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

No license shall be issued under section 21a-198 to conduct, hold or give any boxing [exhibition] match in any town, city or borough which has adopted any ordinance prohibiting boxing [exhibitions] matches within its limits.

Sec. 21. Section 30-3 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

The [commission] department may appoint a secretary and may employ such clerks, inspectors, agents and other assistants as it requires.

Sec. 22. Subsection (b) of section 30-6 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(b) The department shall submit to the Governor, as provided in section 4-60, an annual report of its official acts. The department shall keep a record of proceedings and orders pertaining to the matters under its jurisdiction and of all permits granted, refused, suspended or revoked and of all reports sent to its office. It shall furnish, without charge, for official use only, certified copies of permits and documents relating thereto, to officials of the state or of any municipality [therein] in the state, to officials of any other state or to any court in this state. Any certified copy of any document or record of the department, attested as a true copy by the department, shall be competent evidence in any court of the state of facts therein contained. All records of the department pertaining to applicants and to permits [of the current year or of the previous three years] shall be maintained pursuant to the provisions of title 11 and shall be open to public inspection at any reasonable time during office hours. All other records may be regarded as confidential by the department, except to the Governor and in response to judicial process.

Sec. 23. Subsection (a) of section 30-14 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) A permit shall be a purely personal privilege, [good for one year after issuance] that expires annually, except a permit issued under sections 30-25, 30-35, 30-37b, 30-37d, 30-37g and 30-37h, and revocable in the discretion of the Department of Consumer Protection subject to appeal as provided in section 30-55. A permit shall not constitute property, nor shall it be subject to attachment and execution, nor shall it be alienable, except that it shall descend to the estate of a deceased permittee by the laws of testate or intestate succession. A railroad permit or an airline permit shall be granted to the railroad corporation or airline corporation and not to any person, and the corporation shall be the permittee.

Sec. 24. Subsection (e) of section 30-39 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(e) The department may renew a permit that has expired if the applicant pays to the department a nonrefundable late fee [of one hundred dollars] pursuant to subsection (c) of section 21a-4, as amended by section 4 of this act, which fee shall be in addition to the fees prescribed in this chapter for the permit applied for. The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to one-day permits, to any permit which is the subject of administrative or court proceedings, or where otherwise provided by law.

Sec. 25. Section 30-57 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

When any permittee or backer has been convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter or of any of the laws of the United States or of the laws of any other state pertaining to the manufacture, sale, transportation or taxation of distilled spirits, beer and wine, or of any felony, as defined in section 53a-25, or has forfeited [his] such permittee's or backer's bond to appear in court to answer for any such violation, the Department of Consumer Protection may, in its discretion, revoke or suspend [his] the permit and order the forfeiture of all moneys that have been paid [therefor] for the permit, and such revocation or suspension and forfeiture shall be in addition to the penalties for such offense. In all cases in which a conviction is had, the clerk of the court shall forthwith mail a copy of the judgment to the department.

Sec. 26. Subsection (a) of section 30-100 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(a) A person, partnership, organization, association, society or corporation, not licensed under the provisions of this chapter, shall not, except during the hours when the sale of alcoholic liquor is [unlawful] lawful under the provisions of subsection (a) of section 30-91, own, maintain, lease or otherwise furnish to its members, their guests or other persons any premises, building, apartment or place wherein such members, guests or other persons may engage in the drinking of alcoholic liquor for a fee or other consideration. A fee or other consideration includes the sale of food, mixers, ice or other fluids used with alcoholic drinks, or the storage of alcoholic liquor.

Sec. 27. Subsection (b) of section 51-164n of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof:

(b) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes to the contrary, any person who is alleged to have committed (1) a violation under the provisions of section 1-9, 1-10, 1-11, 4b-13, 7-13, 7-14, 7-18, 7-35, 7-41, 7-83, 7-104, 7-283, 7-325, 7-393, 8-25, 8-27, 9-63, 9-296, 9-305, 9-322, 9-350, 10-193, 10-197, 10-198, 10-230, 10-251, 10-254, 12-52, 12-170aa, 12-292, 12-326g, subsection (4) of section 12-408, subsection (3), (5) or (6) of section 12-411, section 12-435c, 12-476a, 12-476b, 12-487, 13a-71, 13a-107, 13a-113, 13a-114, 13a-115, 13a-117b, 13a-123, 13a-124, 13a-139, 13a-140, 13a-143b, 13a-247, 13a-253, subsection (f) of section 13b-42, section 13b-90, 13b-221, 13b-224, 13b-292, 13b-336, 13b-337, 13b-338, 13b-410a, 13b-410b, 13b-410c, subsection (a), (b) or (c) of section 13b-412, section 13b-414, subsection (d) of section 14-12, section 14-20a, 14-27a, subsection (e) of section 14-34a, subsection (d) of section 14-35, section 14-43, 14-49, 14-50a, 14-58, subsection (b) of section 14-66, section 14-66a, 14-66b, 14-67a, subsection (f) of section 14-80h, section 14-97a, subsection (c) of section 14-100a, section 14-100b, 14-103a, 14-106a, 14-106c, 14-146, 14-152, 14-153, 14-163b, section 14-219 specified in subsection (e) of said section, section 14-240, 14-249, 14-250, subsection (a), (b) or (c) of section 14-261a, section 14-267a, 14-269, 14-270, 14-275a, 14-278, 14-279, subsection (e) of section 14-283, section 14-291, 14-293b, 14-319, 14-320, 14-321, 14-325a, 14-326, 14-330, 14-332a, subdivision (1), (2) or (3) of section 14-386a, section 15-33, subsection (a) of section 15-115, section 16-256, 16-256e, 16a-15, 16a-22, subsection (a) or (b) of section 16a-22h, section 17a-24, 17a-145, 17a-149, 17a-152, 17a-465, 17a-642, 17b-124, 17b-131, 17b-137, 17b-407, 17b-451, 17b-734, subsection (b) of section 17b-736, 19a-30, 19a-33, 19a-39, 19a-87, subsection (b) of section 19a-87a, section 19a-91, 19a-105, 19a-107, 19a-108, 19a-215, 19a-219, 19a-222, 19a-224, 19a-286, 19a-287, 19a-297, 19a-301, 19a-309, 19a-335, 19a-336, 19a-338, 19a-339, 19a-340, 19a-425, 19a-502, 20-7a, 20-14, 20-158, 20-231, 20-257, 20-265, 20-324e, subsection (a) of section 20-341, section 20-341l, 20-597, 20-608, 20-610, 21-30, 21-38, 21-39, 21-43, 21-47, 21-48, 21-63, 21-76a, 21a-21, 21a-25, 21a-26, 21a-30, 21a-31, subsection (a) of section 21a-37, section 21a-46, [21a-60,] 21a-61, 21a-63, 21a-77, 21a-78, subsection (b) of section 21a-79, section 21a-85, 21a-154, 21a-159, 21a-201, 21a-211, 22-13, 22-14, 22-15, 22-16, 22-29, 22-34, 22-35, 22-36, 22-37, 22-38, 22-39, 22-39a, 22-39b, 22-39c, 22-39d, 22-39e, 22-49, 22-54, 22-61, 22-89, 22-90, 22-98, 22-99, 22-100, 22-111o, 22-123, 22-279, 22-280a, 22-318a, 22-320h, 22-324a, 22-326, 22-342, subsection (b) or (e) of section 22-344, section 22-359, 22-366, 22-379, 22-380, 22-391, 22-413, 22-414, 22-415, 22a-66a, 22a-246, subsection (a) of section 22a-250, subsection (e) of section 22a-256h, section 22a-449, 22a-461, 23-37, 23-38, 23-46, 23-61b, subsection (a) or (b) of section 23-65, section 25-37, 25-40, 26-19, 26-21, 26-31, 26-40, 26-40a, 26-49, 26-54, 26-59, 26-61, 26-64, 26-79, 26-89, 26-97, 26-107, 26-117, 26-128, 26-131, 26-132, 26-138, 26-141, 26-207, 26-215, 26-221, 26-222, 26-224a, 26-227, 26-230, 26-234, 26-267, 26-269, 26-294, 28-13, 29-6a, 29-109, 29-118, 29-161a, 29-161b, 29-198, 29-210, 29-243, 29-277, 29-316, 29-318, 29-341, 29-381, 30-48a, 30-86a, 31-3, 31-10, 31-11, 31-12, 31-13, 31-14, 31-15, 31-16, 31-18, 31-23, 31-24, 31-25, 31-28, 31-32, 31-36, 31-38, 31-38a, 31-40, 31-44, 31-47, 31-48, 31-51, 31-51k, 31-52, 31-52a, 31-54, subsection (a) or (c) of section 31-69, section 31-70, 31-74, 31-75, 31-76, 31-76a, 31-89b, 31-134, subsection (g) of section 31-273, section 31-288, 36a-787, 42-230, 44-3, 45a-450, 45a-634, 45a-658, subdivision (13) or (14) of section 46a-54, section 46a-59, 46b-22, 46b-24, 46b-34, 47-34a, 47-47, 49-8a, 49-16, 53-133, subsection (a) or (b) of section 53-211, section 53-212a, 53-249a, 53-252, 53-264, 53-301, 53-302a, 53-303e, 53-311a, 53-321, 53-322, 53-323, 53-331, 53-344 or 53-450, or (2) a violation under the provisions of chapter 268, or (3) a violation of any regulation adopted in accordance with the provisions of section 12-484, 12-487 or 13b-410, shall follow the procedures set forth in this section.

Sec. 28. Section 21a-60 of the general statutes is repealed.

Approved June 23, 1999

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